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Microsoft: Windows May Be Pulled in Korea (AP)
Microsoft's XP software is displayed in a shop in Seoul, South Korea, in this November 8, 2004 file photo. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday said that an investigation by Korea's antitrust watchdog could lead to the withdrawal of Windows from the country, or to delays in introducing new versions of the operating system there.


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Stocks fly on economic growth (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. stocks rallied on Friday, giving the Dow average its biggest one-day point rise since April, as a government report showed third-quarter economic growth that exceeded expectations and Microsoft Corp.'s earnings lifted the technology sector.

Microsoft Shares Rise After 1Q Profit (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. shares rose nearly 3 percent Friday, a day after the world's largest software maker reported a 24 percent increase in its first-quarter profit.


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Judge Defers in Google-Microsoft Tussle (AP)
Microsoft Corp.s new Xbox 360 is seen in Tokyo, September 14, 2005. The video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low may help it win against rival Sony Corp., analysts said on Friday. (Issei Kato/Reuters)AP - A federal judge has rebuffed Google Inc.'s attempt to remove court-ordered restrictions limiting its employment of prized computer scientist Kai-Fu Lee, whose recent defection from Microsoft Corp. exposed the escalating tensions between two of the world's best-known companies.


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New Xbox set for slow start (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp.s new Xbox 360 is seen in Tokyo, September 14, 2005. The video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low may help it win against rival Sony Corp., analysts said on Friday. (Issei Kato/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360 video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low may help it win against rival Sony Corp. (6758.T), analysts said on Friday.


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Microsoft Takes On the Spam Kings (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Faced with a growing number of more sophisticated Internet spammers, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is fighting back. The company is taking on those creating and exploiting "zombie" computers to deliver mass e-mail and launch phishing expeditions against unsuspecting computer users.

Microsoft Writes a New Chapter with Online Book Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Not to be outdone by its competitors, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced plans this week to launch its own book search engine. The company's MSN Search, like Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) before it, has joined the Open Content Alliance to make publicly available print materials accessible on the Web.

Microsoft Adds XPS In Office 12 To Fight Adobe (TechWeb)
TechWeb - XML Paper Specification, codenamed "Metro," is Microsoft's answer to Adobe's PDF: an electronic document format that can be printed without needing the actual application that created it.

Microsoft Is Boring. So What? (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - It's a pity that the only excitement at Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) comes outside its earnings news. If you want action, you have to read the dirt: If it's not public comments about the battle for hearts, minds, and eyeballs with new archrival Google (Nasdaq: GOOG - News), it's yet another legal settlement or government showdown.

Microsoft Inches Forward: Fool by Numbers (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - On Oct. 27, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) released Q1 2006 earnings for the period ending Sept. 30, 2005.

U.S. Investigates Sale of MREs on eBay (AP)
Hurricane Katrina refugees yell for water and Meals-Ready-to-Eat as members of Bravo Company 2-4 Aviation, 4th Infantry Division out of Fort Hood, Texas, make drops from the rear ramp of a Chinook helicopter, in this Sept. 2, 2005 file photo, in New Orleans. Uncle Sam has tried to feed millions of hurricane victims this year with Meals-Ready-to-Eat, or MREs, only to fear that some of them have become Meals-Ready-for-eBay. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, file)AP - Uncle Sam has tried to feed millions of hurricane victims this year with Meals-Ready-to-Eat, or MREs, only to fear that some of them have become Meals-Ready-for-eBay.


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Church's eBay Sale Benefits Storm Victims (AP)
AP - A central Indiana congregation that sold a vacant church on eBay for $40,000 is donating the proceeds to victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Web Banking Undergoing a Security Upgrade (AP)
Jim Maloney, chief security executive of Corillian Corp., poses in front of the Federal Reserve Bank building in New York Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005.   'We're trying to come up with something here that's very user-friendly,' said  Maloney, chief security executive of Corillian Corp., a Web-banking services company that offers login-analysis software.   (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - If you do banking over the Internet, generally the drill is pretty simple: You enter your user name and password, and away you go. But behind the scenes, the bank can do a lot to check you out: Are you at your home computer, or at one with an Internet address that, strangely, is registered overseas? Are you logging on at an unusual time of day, or from a super-fast connection when normally you have dial-up?


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Military Testing Infrared Gunfire Detector (AP)
Radiance Technologies engineers Frederick Gant, left, and Tim Patterson operate the WeaponWatch system mounted on the front and rear of a Humvee, from a tablet PC, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005, in Huntsville, Ala. Perhaps the most lethal combat method Iraqi insurgents have against American troops is the sneak attack by a sniper. So Radiance Technologies, an Alabama company, set out to invent a device that neutralizes that advantage. (AP Photo/Patricia Miklik Doyle)AP - A sniper fires on American troops in Iraq. In the milliseconds before the bullet hits — in fact, before the shot is even heard — a computer screen reveals the gun's model and exact location. That's the kind of intelligence that can save soldiers' lives. The Army is currently testing the technology in combat.


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Sprint Nextel to Launch High-Speed Network (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp. is poised for a full-scale launch of its high-speed wireless network, a service that will include the first over-the-air music download store in the United States.

IBM to use Google desktop search deep inside firms (Reuters)
A ceremony with Google and Nasdaq executives is shown on a large screen at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, August 19, 2004. IBM and Google are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - IBM and Google Inc. are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday.


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Top tech companies complain to EU about Qualcomm (Reuters)
A Qualcomm Inc. executive demonstrates phone features at a trade show in Atlanta in this March 24, 2004 file photo. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Six companies including Ericsson, Nokia (NOK1V.HE) and Texas Instruments on Friday accused Qualcomm Inc. of stifling competition in the mobile phone chip market in a complaint filed with European regulators.


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Q&A: Richard Branson (Reuters)
Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson attends the opening of the Virgin megastore in Hollywood on October 17, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - With his Virgin Group's international business interests in air travel, mobile communications, finance, retail, beverages and hotels, among other things, Virgin Records founder Richard Branson controls many things. But as he found out October 17, weather is not one of them.


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Coming Soon to a Kernel Near You: GPL 3 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - After 15 years, the Free Software Foundation is just weeks away from announcing the roadmap for a rewritten GNU General Public License. Software developers and vendors are eager to know how this significant update to the license will impact the open-source industry.

Microsoft: Windows May Be Pulled in Korea (AP)
Microsoft's XP software is displayed in a shop in Seoul, South Korea, in this November 8, 2004 file photo. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday said that an investigation by Korea's antitrust watchdog could lead to the withdrawal of Windows from the country, or to delays in introducing new versions of the operating system there.


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IBM to use Google desktop search deep inside firms (Reuters)
A ceremony with Google and Nasdaq executives is shown on a large screen at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, August 19, 2004. IBM and Google are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - IBM and Google Inc. are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday.


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Man Accused of Stealing Porn Site Arrested (AP)
AP - A man accused of stealing a pornographic Web site and making millions of dollars from it was arrested by Mexican authorities.

Internet Use Up, but So Is User Concern (AP)
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.

Music video audience migrates to Web (Reuters)
Reuters - On November 1, Internet media giant Yahoo will launch two music video services, and both efforts illustrate the Internet's growing dominance among music video media.

Web Traffic To Red Cross, FEMA Skyrockets In September (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Americans apparently went online in record numbers to give to charities in September.

Google Hooks IBM In Corporate Software Push (TechWeb)
TechWeb - IBM has agreed to support within its OmniFind corporate search engine Google Inc.'s desktop-search software.

Dell to preload Trend Micro software on PCs (Reuters)
Dell Inc. chief executive officer Kevin Rollins attends a news conference in Shanghai July 28, 2004. Japanese security software maker Trend Micro Inc. has teamed with PC maker Dell Inc. to sell Internet security software to consumers, a Trend Micro executive said on Friday. (China Photos/Reuters)Reuters - Japanese security software maker Trend Micro Inc. has teamed with PC maker Dell Inc. to sell Internet security software to consumers, a Trend Micro executive said on Friday.


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Online Shoppers Gearing Up For Holiday Season (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Shopping-comparison sites experienced robust traffic in September, a good sign for the upcoming holiday season.

Microsoft Takes On the Spam Kings (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Faced with a growing number of more sophisticated Internet spammers, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is fighting back. The company is taking on those creating and exploiting "zombie" computers to deliver mass e-mail and launch phishing expeditions against unsuspecting computer users.

Coalition Outlines Strategies To Fight Spyware (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Anti-Spyware Coalition (ASC), an alliance of I.T. firms and public-interest groups, has finalized its definition of spyware, which will serve as the foundation for the group's ongoing efforts to combat the growing Internet threat.

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