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Microsoft shifts to ad-backed Web software services (Reuters)
In this file picture, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen speaking on a giant screen during Microsoft Digital Lifestyle convention in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, on November 1 said it is embarking on a major new way of doing business in which it offers its software as free online services, funded by advertising. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said it will make a strategic shift by offering software with online services, a move analysts said was prompted by competition from Google and other rivals.


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Microsoft to Enter Online Services Market (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates speaks at a Microsoft announcement in San Francisco, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced online enhancements to its Windows operating system and other popular software programs, hoping to defuse a growing threat from Google Inc. and other fast-moving challengers. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new strategy Tuesday to move software and services online, seeking to fend off a growing threat from Google Inc. and other nimble upstarts born on the Internet.


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New Microsoft app platform chief takes reins (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Steve Guggenheimer is the new general manager of Microsoft's Application Platform Development & Marketing group, which focuses on application platform strategy and markets the company's development tools, the SQL Server database and BizTalk Server business process integration software.

Microsoft unveils bigger push into Web-based software (AFP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, seen here on October 26. Microsoft unveiled Web services based on its flagship Windows and Office products as part of its strategy to deliver software over the Internet and cash in on a fast-growing market that has been staked out by smaller rivals.(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, unveiled Web services based on its flagship Windows and Office products as part of its strategy to deliver software over the Internet and cash in on a fast-growing market that has been staked out by smaller rivals.


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A Look at New Microsoft Online Offerings (AP)
AP - A look at some of Microsoft Corp.'s planned online services:

Microsoft 'Live Era' Meets Dead Air (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Reporter's Notebook: Microsoft's new set of online platforms can be described as a yawn. What the company showed was that it is embracing a new services model, though not totally.

Supreme Court rejects Microsoft appeal in Eolas case (MacCentral)
MacCentral - The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a Microsoft Corp. appeal in the software company’s ongoing Web browsing patent dispute with the University of California and Eolas Technologies Inc.

The Startup Bug Strikes Earlier (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - There was a time, not so long ago, when a person choosing the entrepreneurial career path wasn't exactly greeted with rampant enthusiasm. Among the notable exceptions: Michael Dell famously started his eponymous computer company out of his University of Texas, Austin, dorm room. And what would eventually become software behemoth Microsoft began life when Bill Gates was still a Harvard undergrad.

Is Windows Vista Out of Sync? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Market watchers are projecting that PC sales are going to start slowing next year, right at the time that Microsoft is set to launch its next-generation Windows release. Microsoft officials say they aren't fazed, but analysts see some potential adoption hurdles on Redmond's horizon.

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 to Enter Online Services Market (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates speaks at a Microsoft announcement in San Francisco, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced online enhancements to its Windows operating system and other popular software programs, hoping to defuse a growing threat from Google Inc. and other fast-moving challengers. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new strategy Tuesday to move software and services online, seeking to fend off a growing threat from Google Inc. and other nimble upstarts born on the Internet.


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Man Is Sentenced in Phishing Fraud (AP)
AP - A British man was sentenced to four years in jail Tuesday for masterminding a "phishing" fraud that stole identities and bank details from users of the eBay auction site.

Ga. Tech Conference Focuses on Farming (AP)
AP - Speakers at the University of Georgia's Unwired 2005 Conference predicted Tuesday that U.S. agriculture is on the verge of a technological revolution that will allow farmers to complete many of their chores from laptop computers in their homes or tractors.

Review: New BlackBerry Screen Dazzles (AP)
The new BlackBerry 8700, left, and an older BlackBerry 7200, right, are shown Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005 in New York. The new BlackBerry, which is thinner, narrower and lighter, includes the addition of dedicated 'send' and 'end' buttons for phone calls, a speakerphone button, two customizable program keys, a doubling of internal memory to 64 megabytes and a brilliant color screen. The device, which does e-mail and telephony, will please BlackBerry devotees on many fronts. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - There are, by now, a slew of BlackBerry-like cell phones with typewriter keyboards for mobile e-mail. But none, including Palm Inc.'s popular Treo, has yet mustered a following that resembles the malady affectionately known as "CrackBerry" addiction.


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Dell Cuts Profit Outlook for 3rd Quarter (AP)
In a file photo Dell employee Barrie Kutlik works in the computer assembly area at the Dell plant in Winston-Salem, N.C., Friday, Sept. 23, 2005.  Long a leader in a business reliant on sales of cheap personal computers, the company lowered its earnings estimate for the upcoming third quarter, citing costly failed computer parts and sluggish growth in its U.S. and U.K. business.  (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)AP - So Dell Inc. isn't immune to the vagaries of the personal computer business either.


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Western companies under fire over media controls in China (AFP)
A security guard tries to stop photographers taking pictures outside the Yahoo! office in Hong Kong. In their quest for profits, Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing, media freedom groups say(AFP/File/Samantha Sin)AFP - In their quest for profits, Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing, media freedom groups say.


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Sex and drugs and SMS (Reuters)
Reuters - China has declared war on scams using mobile phone short messages that promise everything from fake cash prizes to sexual services to contract killings.

Sprint launches music service, fast network (Reuters)
Reuters - The No. 3 U.S. mobile service, Sprint Nextel Corp. , has introduced a wireless music download service using phones from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS) and Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. (6764.T).

Red Hat Outlines Future Plans for Linux (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In outlining its plans for the near term, open-source specialist Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHAT) said it will focus on integrating virtualization technology and support for "stateless" Linux in forthcoming versions of its enterprise product.

Sun's First-Quarter Loss Narrows Slightly (AP)
AP - Server and software maker Sun Microsystems Inc. returned to a loss in the first quarter of its fiscal year despite a boost in sales from two recently closed acquisitions.

Western companies under fire over media controls in China (AFP)
A security guard tries to stop photographers taking pictures outside the Yahoo! office in Hong Kong. In their quest for profits, Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing, media freedom groups say(AFP/File/Samantha Sin)AFP - In their quest for profits, Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing, media freedom groups say.


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Microsoft shifts to ad-backed Web software services (Reuters)
In this file picture, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen speaking on a giant screen during Microsoft Digital Lifestyle convention in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, on November 1 said it is embarking on a major new way of doing business in which it offers its software as free online services, funded by advertising. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said it will make a strategic shift by offering software with online services, a move analysts said was prompted by competition from Google and other rivals.


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Microsoft to Enter Online Services Market (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates speaks at a Microsoft announcement in San Francisco, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced online enhancements to its Windows operating system and other popular software programs, hoping to defuse a growing threat from Google Inc. and other fast-moving challengers. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new strategy Tuesday to move software and services online, seeking to fend off a growing threat from Google Inc. and other nimble upstarts born on the Internet.


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Man Is Sentenced in Phishing Fraud (AP)
AP - A British man was sentenced to four years in jail Tuesday for masterminding a "phishing" fraud that stole identities and bank details from users of the eBay auction site.

Microsoft unveils bigger push into Web-based software (AFP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, seen here on October 26. Microsoft unveiled Web services based on its flagship Windows and Office products as part of its strategy to deliver software over the Internet and cash in on a fast-growing market that has been staked out by smaller rivals.(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, unveiled Web services based on its flagship Windows and Office products as part of its strategy to deliver software over the Internet and cash in on a fast-growing market that has been staked out by smaller rivals.


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Attention Internet Shoppers: The Web's Best Product-Comparison Sites (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The speed and formidable search tools of the Internet have turned the World Wide Web into a bonanza for shoppers. No longer do bargain hunters have to visit individual merchants' Web sites to find the best prices and place orders.

A Look at New Microsoft Online Offerings (AP)
AP - A look at some of Microsoft Corp.'s planned online services:

British man jailed for eBay phishing fraud (Reuters)
Reuters - A British man was jailed for four years on Tuesday for masterminding an eBay internet auction swindle which stole computer account details from users and assumed their identities.

Microsoft 'Live Era' Meets Dead Air (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Reporter's Notebook: Microsoft's new set of online platforms can be described as a yawn. What the company showed was that it is embracing a new services model, though not totally.

Apple sells a million videos in new service (Reuters)
Apple CEO Steve Jobs speaks in London during the launch of the European iTunes online music store June 15, 2004. Apple Computer on Monday said its iTunes online service has sold a million videos in under 20 days, sending shares up almost 5 percent. (Matt Dunham/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer on Monday said its iTunes online service has sold a million videos in under 20 days, sending shares up almost 5 percent.


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