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Supreme Court Rejects Microsoft Appeal (AP)
AP - The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from Microsoft Corp., which sought to protect itself from a big-dollar patent ruling.

Microsoft May Expand Web-Based Offerings (AP)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft Corp. in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is widely expected to announce on Tuesday further forays into software and services that can be accessed over the Internet — a growing competitive arena that some say could eventually threaten Microsoft's biggest cash cows.


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Supreme Court Rejects Microsoft Appeal in Eolas Case (PC World)
PC World - Software giant had asked for different accounting of how damages would be determined.

Supreme Court Spurns Microsoft Patent Appeal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Supreme Court Monday refused to hear an appeal by Microsoft in a long-running patent infringement case where a jury has awarded a California company and university more than half a billion dollars in damages.

Researcher Details More Microsoft Patch Missteps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's patching problems resurfaced again when a researcher published a paper detailing how the Redmond, Wash.-based developer failed to really fix a vulnerability disclosed in April 2005.

Microsoft Hosted Services Expected (PC World)
PC World - Gates, Ozzie may announce Web-based software, built on Groove or featuring Office.

Court won't review Microsoft patent case (Reuters)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft Corp. in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft Corp. in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser.


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Microsoft Needs to Say No to Web 2.0 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond is looking to extend its applications with Web-based services. But that's as much Web 2.0-ness as Microsoft needs.

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.

Ford to Debut Pickup With Mobile Office (AP)
A printer that is part of a Stargate Mobile computer, that will be offered as a dealer installed option in Ford F-Series vehicles, is shown at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)AP - Ford Motor Co. says it will soon offer wireless mobile offices in its F-series pickups, an option aimed at building contractors and others who do business on the road.


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Microsoft May Expand Web-Based Offerings (AP)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft Corp. in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is widely expected to announce on Tuesday further forays into software and services that can be accessed over the Internet — a growing competitive arena that some say could eventually threaten Microsoft's biggest cash cows.


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Sprint Nextel Launches Music Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp. on Monday launched a downloadable music service, the first to deliver songs over a U.S. cellular network, as it tries to keep pace in a wireless arms race increasingly dominated by mobile Internet services.

Stem Cell Center's Web Site Overloaded (AP)
A South Korean man applies to take part in the stem cell research at the world stem cell hub in Seoul November 1, 2005. Patients desperately seeking cures for deadly and debilitating diseases crashed the Web site of South Korea's new stem cell bank even before it began taking applications to take part in research, officials said on Tuesday.   REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - The Web site of a stem cell research center in Seoul was overloaded Tuesday when it began formally accepting applications from patients seeking to benefit from cloning technology, an official said.


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New Worm Targets AOL Instant Messenger (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A dangerous new worm is spreading through the AOL (NYSE: AOL) Instant Messenger (AIM) network. Identified by security experts, it provides hackers with an opening for installing all kinds of malware on compromised PCs.

SBC revises high-speed Internet prices (Reuters)
Reuters - SBC Communications Inc. said on Monday it was revamping prices for its high-speed Internet services, cutting most regular monthly rates to lure more customers onto higher-speed lines.

Hackers use bird flu emails to hijack computers (Reuters)
Canada geese take off from a farmer's field near Oak Hammock, Manitoba, October 8, 2004. Thirty-three Canadian birds found to be carrying a kind of bird flu are unlikely to be suffering from the H5N1 killer strain which has spread from Southeast Asia to Europe, a top Canadian health official said on October 31. (Shaun Best/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Computer hackers are exploiting fears over bird flu by releasing a computer virus attached to an email passing itself off as containing avian flu information, warned Spainish computer firm Panda Software.


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Top US cable co's land Sprint Nextel deal-source (Reuters)
Reuters - Three top U.S. cable operators on Monday reached a deal to resell wireless phone services with Sprint Nextel to compete against telephone operators entering the video market, sources familiar with the situation said.

ActiveShopper.com Releases FireFox Plug-in (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ActiveShopper.com releases a Firefox plug-in that lets users search the Web site for bargains directly from the open-source browser.

Take-Two warns on profits, shares fall (Reuters)
Reuters - Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. on Monday cut its forecasts for fiscal 2005 and 2006, citing the delay of a popular title for a hand held video game player and uncertainty surrounding the launch of new game consoles. Its shares fell more than 9 percent.

Stem Cell Center's Web Site Overloaded (AP)
A South Korean man applies to take part in the stem cell research at the world stem cell hub in Seoul November 1, 2005. Patients desperately seeking cures for deadly and debilitating diseases crashed the Web site of South Korea's new stem cell bank even before it began taking applications to take part in research, officials said on Tuesday.   REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAP - The Web site of a stem cell research center in Seoul was overloaded Tuesday when it began formally accepting applications from patients seeking to benefit from cloning technology, an official said.


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SBC revises high-speed Internet prices (Reuters)
Reuters - SBC Communications Inc. said on Monday it was revamping prices for its high-speed Internet services, cutting most regular monthly rates to lure more customers onto higher-speed lines.

Microsoft May Expand Web-Based Offerings (AP)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. The Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft Corp. in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is widely expected to announce on Tuesday further forays into software and services that can be accessed over the Internet — a growing competitive arena that some say could eventually threaten Microsoft's biggest cash cows.


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Samsung to Enter Online Music Business (AP)
AP - Samsung Electronics Co. is planning to enter the online music business with a service similar to Apple Computer Inc.'s popular iTunes.

Review: Blogging Tools Need Integration (AP)
The web page from VideoEgg Inc. is shown on a computer screen Monday, Oct. 31, 2005 in New York. With the soon-to-be-released VideoEgg service, two-minute segments of video can be uploaded to a personal web journal. The webcam, right, is sold separately. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - First came words, then came photos. Now, many Web journals are incorporating moving images — and one blogging service aims to make producing and displaying such video easier.


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Sprint Nextel Launches Music Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp. on Monday launched a downloadable music service, the first to deliver songs over a U.S. cellular network, as it tries to keep pace in a wireless arms race increasingly dominated by mobile Internet services.

Wikipedia may go to print, says founder (Reuters)
Reuters - Entries from Wikipedia, the popular free online encyclopedia written and edited by Internet users, may soon be available in print for readers in the developing world, founder Jimmy Wales said on Monday.

Holiday Online Spending Outlook Positive, Study Says (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Consumers will spend 25 percent more online this holiday season with sales reaching $18 billion, as more get comfortable with logging on to the Web.

Online Kids Take More Risks At Home (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Children are more likely to download illegal software, chat with strangers and engage in other risky Internet activities at home than in school, a study says.

Candidates Reach Voters With Blogs, RSS, Text Messages (TechWeb)
TechWeb - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's high-tech campaign is the latest example of a new wave of how candidates are reaching voters via new media and changing the meaning of grassroots politics.

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