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Microsoft 1Q Earnings Rise 24 Percent (AP)
Computers running the Microsoft Corp. Windows XP operating system are shown for sale Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005 at a CompUSA store in Bellevue, Wash. Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft is scheduled to report fiscal first quarter earnings after the market closes Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Microsoft Corp. said earnings for its fiscal first quarter rose 24 percent, thanks in part to healthy server sales. But its sales outlook in the current quarter concerned some analysts and shares fell slightly Thursday.


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Microsoft profits up on Windows sales (Reuters)
Visitors walk past the Microsoft booth at the China International Software Expo 2005 in Beijing, June 15, 2005. Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, on Thursday posted an increase in quarterly profit on robust sales of its Windows software for personal computers. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp on Thursday said quarterly profit rose 24 percent on robust sales of Windows but tempered expectations of a sales spike when its Xbox 360 video game console launches in a month.


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Microsoft Tops Views In First Fiscal Quarter, But Outlook Is Weaker (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft beat earnings expectations when it posted last quarter's results Thursday. But it issued disappointing guidance for the current quarter.

Microsoft earnings up by quarter at 3.14 billion dollars (AFP)
People walking past a giant Microsoft logo.  Software titan Microsoft Corp. posted a 24 percent surge in quarterly net income to 3.14 billion dollars on the back of robust demand for its software and server products.(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Software titan Microsoft Corp. posted a 24 percent surge in quarterly net income to 3.14 billion dollars on the back of robust demand for its software and server products.


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Microsoft Eyes Hosted Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Within the next year, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is likely to offer hosted implementations of its customer-relationship management (CRM) and enterprise-resource planning (ERP) applications, as well its SharePoint products.

Microsoft Stalks Super Spammers (PC World)
PC World - Takes legal action after test PC is bombarded by 18 million spam messages in three weeks.

Judge Dismisses Lawyers' Microsoft Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge said Thursday he had "better things to do" than to decide whether a group of lawyers should receive more than $24 million in legal fees for their work against Microsoft Corp. in antitrust cases.

Three-Year-Old Version of Word Resurfaces in Microsoft Works 2006 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft has refreshed and upgraded a number of elements in its latest consumer desktop office bundle. But a 2002 version of Word also is part of the package.

Microsoft RTMs Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft releases key technologies to manufacturing ahead of the formal launch; BizTalk will get a new CTP.

Antitrust Judge Checks Microsoft's Compliance (PC World)
PC World - Proposed licensing policies, delays of technical documentation are questioned.

Internet Use Up, but So Is User Concern (AP)
Denise Mainville, a Virginia Tech professor from Blacksburg, Va., uses her computer to check E-mail at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005.  When delays caused by Hurricane Wilma forced Mainville to have a six-hour layover in Atlanta, she didn't fret over the long wait for her flight to Peru. She pulled out her laptop and started whittling away the hours with the airport's new wireless service. (AP Photo/Gene Blythe)AP - Computer and Internet use is up, but so are concerns about identity theft and other online dangers. Fifty-five percent of American households had access to the Internet at home in 2003, more than triple the percentage in 1997, according to a report released Thursday by the Census Bureau.


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Review: Music Still Rules on Video IPod (AP)
Jacqueline Huynh holds a new Apple iPod with a video playing of the television show, 'Desperate Housewives' with actress Eva Longoria, at an Apple store in Palo Alto, Calif., Friday, Oct. 21, 2005.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Watching a TV show requires far more attention than listening to a song, so it would be no surprise if Apple Computer Inc.'s new video-capable iPod music player provided a less-than-satisfying viewing experience.


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Anti-Spyware Group Publishes Guidelines (AP)
AP - A coalition of anti-spyware vendors and consumer groups published guidelines Thursday to help consumers assess products designed to combat unwanted programs that sneak onto computers.

Review: Software Converts ITunes Songs (AP)
A frame shot shows screens from the HotRecorder software from United Virtualities Group.  HotRecorder for Media converts your iTunes songs into standard MP3 files that can play on any MP3 device. It also makes MP3s out of songs bought through Yahoo Inc.'s music service, in case you want to play them on an iPod, Jukebox or another device that doesn't support the copy-protection mechanism Yahoo uses. (AP Photo/HO/UNITED VIRTUALITIES GROUP)AP - Sometimes, I feel as if I'm the only person out there without an iPod. Rather, I'm the proud owner of an Archos Jukebox 6000. I bought it more than four years ago, shortly before Apple Computer Inc. released its first iPod.


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Internet to ask, 'How may I serve you?' (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - What's put the whoopee back in the Internet industry? The "interactions Web" - an Internet that works on your behalf. This new Web is more fluid, helpful and interactive. The result is that the industry seems vital again after five years of atoning for the dot-com bust.

Jackson Sunbathing Video Hits Internet (AP)
Janet Jackson arrives at 'A Night with Janet Damita Jo Jackson'  in the West Hollywood section of Los Angeles in this March 20, 2004, file photo. In a terse statement released Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005,the 39-year-old singer denied a former brother-in-law's claim that she has a 'secret' 18-year-old daughter(AP Photo/Chris Weeks, file)AP - Janet Jackson has been exposed — and this time, Justin Timberlake is nowhere to be seen.


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House Panel Sets Late-2008 Digital TV Transition Date (PC World)
PC World - Date slightly out of sync with Senate committee decision.

Verizon Profit Climbs on Wireless Growth (AP)
In a file photo the American and POW flags are seen reflected in the windows of the Verizon building on 42nd St. in New York, Tuesday, May 3, 2005.  Verizon Communications Inc.'s profit edged higher in the third quarter as record growth in wireless and broadband subscribers offset the ongoing declines in traditional phone lines at the big telecommunications company that is buying MCI Inc.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Verizon Communications Inc.'s profit edged higher in the third quarter as record growth in wireless and broadband subscribers offset the ongoing declines in traditional phone lines at the big telecommunications company that is buying MCI Inc.


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Centeris Preps Linux Server Management Under Windows (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Washington-based startup is putting the final touches on software meant to simplify management of Linux servers in a Windows Server environment.

Microsoft profits up on Window sales (Reuters)
Visitors walk past the Microsoft booth at the China International Software Expo 2005 in Beijing, June 15, 2005. Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, on Thursday posted an increase in quarterly profit on robust sales of its Windows software for personal computers. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday posted a 24 percent rise in quarterly profit on robust sales of its Windows software, but tempered expectations about a spike in sales of its upcoming video game console and set a current-quarter revenue target below Wall Street expectations.


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Jackson Sunbathing Video Hits Internet (AP)
Janet Jackson arrives at 'A Night with Janet Damita Jo Jackson'  in the West Hollywood section of Los Angeles in this March 20, 2004, file photo. In a terse statement released Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005,the 39-year-old singer denied a former brother-in-law's claim that she has a 'secret' 18-year-old daughter(AP Photo/Chris Weeks, file)AP - Janet Jackson has been exposed — and this time, Justin Timberlake is nowhere to be seen.


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Purported Janet Jackson nude video hits Internet (Reuters)
Pop star Michael Jackson arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, in this March 17, 2005, file photo in Santa Maria, Calif. A former associate who is suing Michael Jackson for more than $3 million has been accused by the entertainer of concealing and misappropriating funds. Jackson filed the cross-complaint against Marc Schaffel in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Oct. 18, his lawyer Brent Ayscough said Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant, file)Reuters - No one can blame this on a wardrobe malfunction.


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Review: Software Converts ITunes Songs (AP)
A frame shot shows screens from the HotRecorder software from United Virtualities Group.  HotRecorder for Media converts your iTunes songs into standard MP3 files that can play on any MP3 device. It also makes MP3s out of songs bought through Yahoo Inc.'s music service, in case you want to play them on an iPod, Jukebox or another device that doesn't support the copy-protection mechanism Yahoo uses. (AP Photo/HO/UNITED VIRTUALITIES GROUP)AP - Sometimes, I feel as if I'm the only person out there without an iPod. Rather, I'm the proud owner of an Archos Jukebox 6000. I bought it more than four years ago, shortly before Apple Computer Inc. released its first iPod.


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Internet Use Up, but So Is User Concern (AP)
Denise Mainville, a Virginia Tech professor from Blacksburg, Va., uses her computer to check E-mail at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005.  When delays caused by Hurricane Wilma forced Mainville to have a six-hour layover in Atlanta, she didn't fret over the long wait for her flight to Peru. She pulled out her laptop and started whittling away the hours with the airport's new wireless service. (AP Photo/Gene Blythe)AP - Computer and Internet use is up, but so are concerns about identity theft and other online dangers. Fifty-five percent of American households had access to the Internet at home in 2003, more than triple the percentage in 1997, according to a report released Thursday by the Census Bureau.


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Network advance based on silicon (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Engineers at Stanford University have taken a step closer to fashioning silicon chips that could manipulate data at the speed of light, a development that could one day create lightning-fast networks to carry the ever-growing traffic on the Internet.

Internet Use by State (AP)
AP - Internet Use by State

Sorrell sees media industry 'panic' over Internet (Reuters)
WPP chief executive Martin Sorrell gestures during a speech in Beijing in this May 18 photo. REUTERS/Alfred ChengReuters - WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell warned on Thursday that leading media companies like News Corp. are on the verge of panic amid seismic shifts brought on by the Internet.


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Blogs on the job: US workers waste millions of hours online (AFP)
A man works on his computer at his office. Trade paper AdAge.com reported this week that US workers would waste the equivalent of 551,000 years during 2005 reading blogs, online web diaries and gossip sheets, which have exploded in numbers in recent years.(AFP/File/Kim Jae-Hwan)AFP - That co-worker staring, eyes scrunched up, at his computer monitor may look like he's sweating through another hard day's work.


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Google tests potential online ad listings (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google confirmed on Tuesday the creation of Google Base, a service that potentially expands the company's reach into online classifieds -- and into the territory of Internet auctioneer eBay and craigslist.

Cyber-jihadists weave a dangerous web (AFP)
A statement issued in the name of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's Al-Qaeda front group on the Al-Hikma internet site. A proposed anti-terror law in France, presented to the cabinet, aims to clamp down on terrorist activity carried out via the Internet as the Al-Qaeda network develops increasingly dangerous online activities.(AFP/File)AFP - A proposed anti-terror law in France, presented to the cabinet, aims to clamp down on terrorist activity carried out via the Internet as the Al-Qaeda network develops increasingly dangerous online activities.


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