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Gates Warns of 'Sea Change' in Memo (AP)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks during a demonstration of the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 at the Digital Entertainment Anywhere launch event held in Los Angeles, October 12, 2004. Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of a new 'critical'-rated flaw in recent versions of Windows that could allow attackers to take control of a system by embedding malicious software code into digital images. Users of Windows XP, Windows Server and an updated version of Windows 2000 were vulnerable to an attack unless they installed a software patch. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - The technology industry shift's to Internet-based software and services represents a massive and disruptive "sea change," Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates wrote to top-level executives in a memo aimed at rallying his troops against the new competitive threats the company faces.


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Microsoft sees up to 3 mln early Xbox 360 sales (Reuters)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing for Xbox at Microsoft Corp., presents during the X05 press conference. (PRNewsFoto) [Photo via NewsCom] (Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday said it expects to sell as many as 3 million Xbox 360s in the first three months after its launch -- a strong start in its battle to dominate the market for next-generation gaming consoles.


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Microsoft warns of flaw in newer Windows versions (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks during a demonstration of the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 at the Digital Entertainment Anywhere launch event held in Los Angeles, October 12, 2004. Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of a new 'critical'-rated flaw in recent versions of Windows that could allow attackers to take control of a system by embedding malicious software code into digital images. Users of Windows XP, Windows Server and an updated version of Windows 2000 were vulnerable to an attack unless they installed a software patch. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of a new "critical"-rated flaw in recent versions of Windows that could allow attackers to take control of a system by embedding malicious software code into digital images.


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Review: Microsoft Point of Sale (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is bringing its Office suite to the cashier with the new Point of Sale software designed for small-business owners in the retail industry. Point of Sale is an all-in-one application that requires high-end systems to run, but for those companies that have kept their machines up to date, this software represents one of the best options on the market.

Microsoft Fixes Critical Windows Graphics Problem (PC World)
PC World - Vulnerability involves processing of Windows Metafile images.

Microsoft Squashes Three New Windows Bugs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft releases a single security bulletin that fixed three flaws in Windows, two of which the Redmond, Wash.-based developer dubbed critical.

Microsoft Expects to Sell 3M Xboxes (AP)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing for Xbox at Microsoft Corp., presents during the X05 press conference. (PRNewsFoto) [Photo via NewsCom] (Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. expects to sell up to 3 million of its new Xbox videogame consoles within 90 days of the console's launch, an executive said Tuesday.


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Critical Windows Patch Fights Takeover Attacks (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's security bulletin issues patches for three flaws that put Windows users at risk of attacks triggered merely by viewing images.

Microsoft Commits to Two Visual Studio Service Packs (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - On the heels of reports by some developers of problems with the Visual Studio 2005 code, Microsoft has gone public with its plans for new patches and fixes for its latest tool suite and for its predecessor.

Microsoft Names Antispyware App (PC World)
PC World - Windows Defender, out in beta, will ship next year with Vista.

Gates Warns of 'Sea Change' in Memo (AP)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks during a demonstration of the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 at the Digital Entertainment Anywhere launch event held in Los Angeles, October 12, 2004. Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of a new 'critical'-rated flaw in recent versions of Windows that could allow attackers to take control of a system by embedding malicious software code into digital images. Users of Windows XP, Windows Server and an updated version of Windows 2000 were vulnerable to an attack unless they installed a software patch. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - The technology industry shift's to Internet-based software and services represents a massive and disruptive "sea change," Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates wrote to top-level executives in a memo aimed at rallying his troops against the new competitive threats the company faces.


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Verizon Reduces Prices for Phone Service (AP)
Verizon Communications Inc. headquarters is seen in New York, February 14, 2005. The Federal Communications Commission on Friday again delayed the start of its meeting until 5 p.m. EDT to decide whether to approve Verizon Communications Inc.'s acquisition of MCI Inc. and SBC Communications Inc.'s purchase of AT and T Corp. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. sharply cut its prices for unlimited telephone service across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, including markets where Cablevision Inc. has just boosted broadband Internet speeds.


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CBS, NBC Offer On-Demand Replays of Shows (AP)
In a file photo Jacqueline Huynh holds a new Apple iPod with a video playing of the television show, 'Desperate Housewives' with actress Eva Longoria, at an Apple store in Palo Alto, Calif., Friday, Oct. 21, 2005. The Walt Disney Co.'s ABC network offers downloads of several programs, including 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Lost,' for $1.99 each via iTunes software from Apple Computer Inc.   (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Will people pay to watch their favorite TV shows when they want to? NBC and CBS are betting on it.


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Digital Tracking to Protect On-Demand TV (AP)
AP - Invisible marks that can be used to trace illegal copies of television shows and movies will be embedded in programs available on demand across the country using technology from Widevine Technologies.

Dotcom boom and bust tops list of Internet watersheds (AFP)
The breaking of the Monica Lewinsky scandal and this year's Live 8 concerts were voted among the most influential Internet moments of the past 10 years by organisers of the annual Webby Awards(Webby Awards)AFP - The breaking of the Monica Lewinsky scandal and this year's Live 8 concerts were voted among the most influential Internet moments of the past 10 years by organisers of the annual Webby Awards.


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Vietnam opens satellite broadband gateway (Reuters)
Vietnamese students surf the Internet at a cafe in Hanoi in this March 18, 2004 file photo. The country opened its first satellite-linked ground station on November 9, 2005 to help bring telephone and Internet services to each village by the end of this year, officials said.. (Kham/Reuters)Reuters - Vietnam opened its first satellite-linked ground station on Wednesday to help bring telephone and Internet services to each village by the end of this year, officials said.


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Microsoft sees up to 3 mln early Xbox 360 sales (Reuters)
Peter Moore, corporate vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing for Xbox at Microsoft Corp., presents during the X05 press conference. (PRNewsFoto) [Photo via NewsCom] (Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday said it expects to sell as many as 3 million Xbox 360s in the first three months after its launch -- a strong start in its battle to dominate the market for next-generation gaming consoles.


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D.Telekom profit, sales meet expectations (Reuters)
Workers adjust a TV screen at the booth of German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom AG at the Cebit fairground in Hanover in this March 10, 2003 file photo. (Christian Charisius/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Germany's Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) pushed up core earnings by 3.7 percent in the third quarter -- in line with expectations -- driven by profits at its key mobile phone business, it said on Wednesday.


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Worm Targets Linux Systems (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A new worm that attacks Linux systems and exploits several vulnerabilities in the operating system has been reported, and security firms are urging caution among users.

IBM releases software to promote Cell (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM on Tuesday launched a set of software tools it hopes will spur wider interest in its upcoming Cell microprocessor that is key to the computing giant's return to profitable chipmaking.

Vietnam opens satellite broadband gateway (Reuters)
Vietnamese students surf the Internet at a cafe in Hanoi in this March 18, 2004 file photo. The country opened its first satellite-linked ground station on November 9, 2005 to help bring telephone and Internet services to each village by the end of this year, officials said.. (Kham/Reuters)Reuters - Vietnam opened its first satellite-linked ground station on Wednesday to help bring telephone and Internet services to each village by the end of this year, officials said.


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Gates Warns of 'Sea Change' in Memo (AP)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks during a demonstration of the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 at the Digital Entertainment Anywhere launch event held in Los Angeles, October 12, 2004. Microsoft Corp. warned users on Tuesday of a new 'critical'-rated flaw in recent versions of Windows that could allow attackers to take control of a system by embedding malicious software code into digital images. Users of Windows XP, Windows Server and an updated version of Windows 2000 were vulnerable to an attack unless they installed a software patch. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - The technology industry shift's to Internet-based software and services represents a massive and disruptive "sea change," Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates wrote to top-level executives in a memo aimed at rallying his troops against the new competitive threats the company faces.


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Banks and Businesses Getting Tools To Beef Up Online Authentication (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Liberty Alliance is developing standards for online authentication, vendor Entrust upgraded its software, and industry associations downplay the risks while saying they must be taken seriously.

Google Offers Free Search Appliance To Woo Competitor's Customers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google hopes to use the $2,995 giveaway to capitalize on uncertainly in the enterprise search market created by Autonomy Corporation's recent acquisition of Verity.

U.S. wireless carriers take aim at adult content (Reuters)
Reuters - With Internet and video more readily available on wireless phones, the major U.S. carriers on Tuesday unveiled guidelines aimed at limiting children's access to adult content and services.

Verizon Reduces Prices for Phone Service (AP)
Verizon Communications Inc. headquarters is seen in New York, February 14, 2005. The Federal Communications Commission on Friday again delayed the start of its meeting until 5 p.m. EDT to decide whether to approve Verizon Communications Inc.'s acquisition of MCI Inc. and SBC Communications Inc.'s purchase of AT and T Corp. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. sharply cut its prices for unlimited telephone service across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, including markets where Cablevision Inc. has just boosted broadband Internet speeds.


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Hotlines: Lugs Sends Cease-and-Desist Letter to Apple Over Spot (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - NEW YORK Lugz footwear said last Friday that it sent a cease-and-desist letter to Apple and its agency, Omnicom's TBWA\Chiat\Day, over similarities between a 2002 commercial, "Arrow," that the company aired and a commercial launched earlier this month from Apple for the iPod and iTunes, called "Detroit," which starred Eminem.

Anti-Spyware Takes A Bite Out Of Cookie Accuracy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Nervous consumers using anti-spyware to avoid having their Web surfing tracked by marketers are lessening the accuracy of customer data gathered by online retailers.

TeaLeaf Shows Why Shoppers Don't Complete Online Sales (TechWeb)
TechWeb - TeaLeaf Technology helps businesses ensure that online consumers complete their transactions.

The Stage Is Set: Who Will Control the Internet? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - When the United Nations-sponsored World Summit on the Information Society convenes in Tunisia later this month, participants will take up the banner of extending "the benefits of the new telecommunication technologies to all the world's inhabitants."

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