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Microsoft, users hail product launches (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- While Microsoft executives and customers lauded the company's new products at a launch event on Monday, Microsoft officials acknowledged no software release is perfect and that some developers still yearn for changes.

Microsoft Starts Product Frenzy, As Rumors Swirl Over AOL Deal (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft on Monday kicked off what looks to be a busy year.

Microsoft Plans an Early Release of CRM 3.0 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is poised to deliver its latest customer-relationship management software, CRM 3.0, a few months ahead of schedule.

Microsoft AntiSpyware Renamed Windows Defender (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In anticipation of the new security features that will ship with the Windows Vista operating system, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has updated and renamed a key component of its security arsenal. Windows AntiSpyware, in beta for roughly a year, will be called Windows Defender.

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Debuts (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After numerous delays, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is now shipping SQL Server 2005, formerly code-named Yukon.

Microsoft Releases SQL Server 2005, Other Packages (PC World)
PC World - Software products target enterprise database market.

No Job Too Big For Windows Anymore, Ballmer Says (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The release of Microsoft's latest database and development tools came with data from partners to back up its claim

Microsoft Rebrands AntiSpyware As "Defender" (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has renamed its still-in-beta Windows AntiSpyware as "Microsoft Defender."

Microsoft launches database, business programs (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, launched on Sunday its corporate database software program aimed at taking market share from Oracle Corp. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, launched on Sunday its corporate database software program aimed at taking market share from Oracle Corp. .


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Corrected-Microsoft launches database, business programs (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, launched on Sunday its corporate database software program aimed at taking market share from Oracle Corp. .

Yahoo, TiVo Join to Blend TV, Web Services (AP)
TiVo Inc. and Yahoo Inc. said on Monday launched a collaborative service that allows TiVo users to program their digital video recorders remotely using Yahoo's television information Web sites. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)AP - Yahoo Inc. and TiVo Inc. are teaming up to blend some of their services, a move that further fades the lines between offices and living rooms, TVs and PCs.


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Grokster to Shut Down Downloading Service (AP)
AP - Grokster Ltd., which came out on the losing end of a Supreme Court decision, has agreed to shut down its file-swapping service and pay $50 million to settle music and movie piracy claims.

Qualcomm Files Lawsuit Against Nokia (AP)
AP - Qualcomm Inc. is suing Nokia Corp. for alleged patent infringement, firing back quickly in a widening dispute over next-generation wireless technologies one week after Nokia and five other companies filed an antitrust complaint against Qualcomm in Europe.

Tech Cos. Asked to Commit to Free Speech (AP)
AP - An alliance of investors and researchers is pledging to monitor technology companies that do business in countries with shaky human rights reputations, and is asking the companies to proclaim their commitment to freedom of expression.

Rival tech towns may outrun India's Bangalore (Reuters)
Graduates stand outside a software company during walk-in interviews in Bangalore July 24, 2005. 'Bangalored,' a word invented in the United States to describe those whose jobs were lost because their work was outsourced to low-cost India, could well apply to the city, whose rivals are wooing investors as it chokes on its own growth. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - There's a punchline going around in India's high-tech capital: Bangalore may be Bangalored.


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Social funds warn Web firms on human rights (Reuters)
Reuters - A group of social investment funds from Western countries called on Monday for Internet companies to refrain from supporting repressive human rights practices in China and other nations.

Lawsuit in United States over flimsy iPod screens goes international (AFP)
South Korean models hold up the iPod nano. Apple Computer customers in Mexico and the United Kingdom have joined the legal crusade to make the Silicon Valley company pay for allegedly defective screens on new iPod nano music players, lawyers said(AFP/File/Won Dai-Yeon)AFP - Apple Computer customers in Mexico and the United Kingdom have joined the legal crusade to make the Silicon Valley company pay for allegedly defective screens on new iPod nano music players, lawyers said.


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Singapore Telecom mobile users in Asia top 74 million (AFP)
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel), Southeast Asia's largest telco, says its aggregate mobile subsriber base in Asia exceeded 74 million users as of end September, up 31 percent from more than 56 million last year.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman )AFP - Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel) says its aggregate mobile subsriber base in Asia exceeded 74 million users as of end September, up 31 percent from more than 56 million last year.


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Computer Associates to divest most of Ingres unit (Reuters)
Reuters - Business software developer Computer Associates International Inc. on Monday said it would divest a majority stake in its Ingres open-source database unit to focus on growth areas, including security and storage.

Grokster to stop distributing file-sharing service (Reuters)
Supporters of online file-sharing demonstrate outside the Supreme Court, March 29, 2005. Grokster will stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs without permission as part of a settlement with the recording industry, an industry group said on Monday. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - File-sharing service Grokster Ltd. has agreed to stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs over the Internet after losing its case before the U.S. Supreme Court, a recording industry trade group said on Monday.


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Social funds warn Web firms on human rights (Reuters)
Reuters - A group of social investment funds from Western countries called on Monday for Internet companies to refrain from supporting repressive human rights practices in China and other nations.

Record growth for German high-speed DSL firm (Reuters)
Reuters - T-Online International said on Tuesday it was likely to exceed its income targets for the full year after it posted record growth in subscribers to its high-speed DSL Internet service in Germany.

Scooter Libby novel becomes hot online item (Reuters)
Vice President Cheney's former top aide, Lewis 'Scooter' Libby (C), departs the federal court in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. A steamy novel by Libby has become a hot item now that Cheney's chief of staff is under indictment. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)Reuters - A steamy novel by Lewis "Scooter" Libby has become a hot item now that Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff is under indictment.


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Grokster to stop distributing file-sharing service (Reuters)
Supporters of online file-sharing demonstrate outside the Supreme Court, March 29, 2005. Grokster will stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs without permission as part of a settlement with the recording industry, an industry group said on Monday. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - File-sharing service Grokster Ltd. has agreed to stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs over the Internet after losing its case before the U.S. Supreme Court, a recording industry trade group said on Monday.


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US FCC says no cutoff for Internet phone customers (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephone providers do not have to cut off U.S. subscribers even if they are not provided enhanced 911 emergency service which gives dispatchers their location and phone number, U.S. communications regulators said on Monday.

Music-swapping site Grokster to shut down under settlement (AFP)
Grokster, the free music-swapping website that prompted a legal battle ending in the US Supreme Court, agreed to shut down its service under a settlement with the US music industry, industry officials said.(Grokster)AFP - Grokster, the music-swapping website that became a flashpoint in the legal battle over copyright protection on the Internet, will shut down its service under a settlement with the US music industry, it was announced.


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Grokster Downloading Service to Shut Down (AP)
AP - Grokster Ltd., which lost a Supreme Court fight over file-sharing software popular for stealing songs and movies online, agreed Monday to shut down and pay $50 million to settle piracy complaints by Hollywood and the music industry.

Consumers Warm To Internet TV On Mobile Phones (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Consumers appear to show early demand for watching TV programming over the Internet on desktop computers, portable players and mobile phones.

Digital recording pioneer TiVo partners with Internet search giant Yahoo (AFP)
A man looks at a TiVo display at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show, January 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Digital video recording pioneer TiVo has teamed up with Yahoo to enable customers to record television shows via the US Internet search giant's website, company officials announced.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Digital video recording pioneer TiVo has teamed up with Yahoo to enable customers to record television shows via the US Internet search giant's website, company officials announced.


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Startup Brightcove Taps Web Video Pro (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Former MediaVest new media executive Adam Gerber has joined Internet video startup Brightcove to lead development of the next generation of video advertising.

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