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Microsoft, British Libary strike content deal (AFP)
US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a 'strategic partnership' to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a "strategic partnership" to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported.


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Microsoft Pushes for Privacy Legislation (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Efforts to establish national standards for protecting computer data received a boost Thursday when Microsoft Corp. announced support for the idea.


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Microsoft calls for broad privacy law (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud.


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Microsoft Acquires 2 Technology Companies (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it has acquired FolderShare, a service that helps computer users share and synchronize large files without needing to use e-mail, burn CDs or upload information to the Internet.

Microsoft Cautions Against Unofficial Windows XP Service Pack 3 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) employee is warning Windows XP users not to download an unofficial version of Service Pack 3 (SP3) posted on TheHotfix.net. Mike Brannigan, a senior enterprise strategy consultant at Microsoft, posted the admonition on a Microsoft user newsgroup.

Microsoft Updates Scorecarding Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is counting on its new Office Business Scorecard Manager 2005 as a way to bring better business intelligence to the desktops of enterprise-level employees.

Microsoft hails security focus in Web services package (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Monday is releasing an upgrade to its free WSE (Web Services Enhancements) package for Windows developers, focusing on security.

Microsoft acquires online file management provider (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect, speaks at the Time Global Health Summit, in New York, November 2, 2005. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday it acquired a provider of an online service that allows users to share documents, pictures and other digital files over the Web across multiple devices.


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Microsoft Patch Day: 1 'Critical' Bulletin on Tap (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft plans to release patches for one "critical" vulnerability in the Windows operating system.

Microsoft Readies VoIP for Office (PC World)
PC World - Acquisition of Swiss company provides technology for more Live Office enhancements.

Consumer Reports: Shopping Online Smarter (AP)
AP - In today's world of mass retailers, it's easy to assume that a big-box store like Best Buy or Wal-Mart would be the best place to buy consumer electronics. Guess again.

MIT Wireless Network Tracks Info on Users (AP)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student Jose Expinosa, of Mexico City, Mexico, right, works on his computer while connected to the schools wireless Internet, in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005. The school's newly upgraded wireless network covers the entire 9.4 million square foot campus. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)AP - In another time and place, college students wondering whether the campus cafe has any free seats, or their favorite corner of the library is occupied, would have to risk hoofing it over there. But for today's student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, that kind of information is all just a click away.


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Amazon.com to Sell Individual Book Pages (AP)
AP - With its new Amazon Pages service, Amazon.com Inc. plans to let customers to buy portions of a book — even just one page — for online viewing. A second program, Amazon Upgrade, will offer full online access when a traditional text is purchased.

REVIEW: Flock Browser Promotes Creation (AP)
This is a screen shot of the Flock browser showing features used to create web journal entries.  Flock is a souped-up version of the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser, with features added to help users create Web journal entries and share favorite Web sites.  (AP Photos/HO)AP - Web browsing used to be mostly about just that: Surfing site after site for information and goods. But lately, more people are using the Internet as much to produce and share things as to consume them. A new browser called Flock seeks to address the new reality of enhanced online creativity and community.


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Microsoft Pushes for Privacy Legislation (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Efforts to establish national standards for protecting computer data received a boost Thursday when Microsoft Corp. announced support for the idea.


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MySpace Launches Record Label (AP)
AP - The social networking Web site MySpace.com has launched its own record label in a joint venture with Interscope Records hoping to capitalize on its broad reach among music-savvy consumers.

AOL buys Circuit City's music subscription service (Reuters)
Reuters - AOL said on Thursday it bought Circuit City Stores Inc.'s digital music subscription service MusicNow LLC, a move that thrusts Time Warner Inc.'s Internet unit into competition with RealNetworks, Yahoo, Napster and other subscription services.

Chinese Portal Sina.com Says Profits Down (AP)
AP - Chinese Web portal Sina Corp said Friday its profits in the three months ending Sept. 30 fell by a bigger-than-expected 37 percent due to advertising costs to attract subscribers to a mobile phone-based service.

Sun looks to boost Java-.Net interoperability (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Sun Microsystems, in a move to improve interoperability between Java and Microsoft's .Net platform, plans to develop and distribute open source versions of several industry-wide Web services specifications. The company is planning implementations of WS-* specifications in messaging, metadata, security, and quality of service.

Microsoft, British Libary strike content deal (AFP)
US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a 'strategic partnership' to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a "strategic partnership" to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported.


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MySpace Launches Record Label (AP)
AP - The social networking Web site MySpace.com has launched its own record label in a joint venture with Interscope Records hoping to capitalize on its broad reach among music-savvy consumers.

REVIEW: Flock Browser Promotes Creation (AP)
This is a screen shot of the Flock browser showing features used to create web journal entries.  Flock is a souped-up version of the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser, with features added to help users create Web journal entries and share favorite Web sites.  (AP Photos/HO)AP - Web browsing used to be mostly about just that: Surfing site after site for information and goods. But lately, more people are using the Internet as much to produce and share things as to consume them. A new browser called Flock seeks to address the new reality of enhanced online creativity and community.


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Consumer Reports: Shopping Online Smarter (AP)
AP - In today's world of mass retailers, it's easy to assume that a big-box store like Best Buy or Wal-Mart would be the best place to buy consumer electronics. Guess again.

Amazon.com to Sell Individual Book Pages (AP)
AP - With its new Amazon Pages service, Amazon.com Inc. plans to let customers to buy portions of a book — even just one page — for online viewing. A second program, Amazon Upgrade, will offer full online access when a traditional text is purchased.

AOL buys Circuit City's music subscription service (Reuters)
Reuters - AOL said on Thursday it bought Circuit City Stores Inc.'s digital music subscription service MusicNow LLC, a move that thrusts Time Warner Inc.'s Internet unit into competition with RealNetworks, Yahoo, Napster and other subscription services.

Google Desktop 2 Emerges From Beta (PC World)
PC World - Revamped indexing and search tool offers features (and versions) for work and home.

US charges 'Botmaster' in unique computer crime (Reuters)
Reuters - A 20-year-old man accused of using thousands of hijacked computers, or "bot nets," to damage systems and send massive amounts of spam across the Internet was arrested on Thursday in what authorities called the first such prosecution of its kind.

Microsoft calls for broad privacy law (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud.


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Microsoft Acquires 2 Technology Companies (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it has acquired FolderShare, a service that helps computer users share and synchronize large files without needing to use e-mail, burn CDs or upload information to the Internet.

VoIP Providers Form Advocacy Group (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A group of U.S. Internet voice providers have banded together for an initiative designed to raise awareness of VoIP and tout the technology's benefits.

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