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Gates memo pushes new Web strategy at Microsoft (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses the Microsoft annual shareholder meeting in Bellevue, Washington, November 9, 2005. QUALITY REPEAT (Robert Sorbo/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. must change its business to better deliver software and services over the Internet to compete against new technology upstarts, Chairman Bill Gates said in a recent memo to executives.


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Bill Gates Memo Aims To Rally Microsoft Around Web Services (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft must reshape its businesses to respond to the growing threat from Internet-based software and services, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates warned senior executives in a recent memo.

Some November Microsoft Security Updates Didn't Reach Users (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft's Software Update Services users left in the lurch on recent patch.

Firefox Turns 1, Ratchets Up Marketing (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla Corp. says demand for the alternative to Microsoft's Internet Explorer had "completely outstripped our expectations."

Microsoft Joins Push for Federal Privacy Legislation (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) went calling on Capitol Hill last week to lobby for federal legislation establishing a national standard to protect consumer information, joining companies such as Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Intel (Nasdaq: INTC).

Gates Memo Hints at Major Changes (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) chairman Bill Gates has sent a memo to top executives at the company, detailing his thoughts on the challenges Microsoft faces, and hinting at changes to come.

AP, Microsoft Develop Internet Video Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Associated Press and Microsoft are jointly developing a video network that would deliver daily news and advertising to AP members' Web sites.

Microsoft's Press Pass (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News). The Associated Press. Two very well-known names in two industries whose fortunes have definitely intersected and have always had a complementary feel -- the Internet and the news. Microsoft and the AP now plan to get together and create an ad-supported, online news network.

Microsoft Execs Tout Product Roadmap to Approving Shareholders (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft focused on core business issues in its presentations, which included unusually detailed demonstrations of Windows Vista, Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft Search, MSN and Xbox 360.

Ballmer: Products Define Microsoft Success (AP)
CEO Steve Ballmer addresses the annual Microsoft shareholder meeting in Bellevue Wash. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer told shareholders Wednesday that the software behemoth measures its success by its products, not its share price.


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Senior Citizen Bloggers Defy Stereotypes (AP)
Former newspaperman Jim Bowman stands along Oak Park Avenue, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005, in Oak Park, Ill. Bowman, 73, writes four regular blogs: one on happenings in his city, one a catchall for his opinions, one on religion and one offering feedback on Chicago newspapers. Senior citizens in growing numbers are discovering the joys of blogging. Blogs are personal web journals where people post dated entries on topics that interest them. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP - Forget shuffleboard, needlepoint and bingo. Web logs, more often the domain of alienated adolescents and home to screeds by middle-aged pundits, are gaining a foothold as a new leisure-time option for senior citizens.


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Slingbox Lets Viewer Watch TV on the Go (AP)
In this undated photo provided by Sling Media Inc, the Slingbox is shown. The $249 gadget can take just about any programming viewable on a television and stream it to any Windows computer on anywhere on the Internet.   (AP Photo/Sling Media Inc)AP - Catching a favorite TV show used to require being at the right place at the right time: plopped in front of a set whenever a network decided to broadcast something of interest.


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NYT Signs Up 135,000 Online Subcriptions (AP)
AP - The New York Times Co. said Wednesday it had signed up about 135,000 paying subscribers to its new online service that offers access to Op-Ed columns and other premium content.

Judge Issues Injunction on Mich. Game Law (AP)
AP - A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday stopping a Michigan law that bars retailers from selling or renting violent video games to minors from going into effect until a lawsuit filed by the gaming industry is resolved.

Cell Phones Adopt Ratings for Content (AP)
AP - The cell phone industry is adopting a rating system for its multimedia services to designate which music, video and gaming products are intended for adults and provide tools for parents to block access to that content.

Mondays key for Web retailers in holidays: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Mondays are the busiest days for online holiday shopping during the season that runs from the Thanksgiving holiday to the end of the year, and advertisers should plan their spending accordingly, a study released on Thursday said.

Casio in mobile talks, near Best Buy deal (Reuters)
Mobile phones made by Casio Computer with integrated digital cameras are shown in Tokyo. Japan's Casio Computer is making an overseas push with plans to supply 3G phones to U.S. mobile carriers and a deal to win shelf space for its digital cameras at U.S. electronics retailer Best Buy. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - Japan's Casio Computer Co. Ltd. (6952.T) is making an overseas push with plans to supply 3G phones to U.S. mobile carriers and for a deal to win shelf space for its digital cameras at U.S. electronics retailer Best Buy , Casio President Kazuo Kashio said on Wednesday.


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Upgrade Boosts Comtech Group Shares (AP)
AP - The stock of Chinese cell-phone designer Comtech Group Inc. jumped Wednesday on an analyst's upgrade.

Linux backers to buy software patents:WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Five big backers of Linux are funding an effort to buy up related software patents, part of a plan to reduce legal risks that could impede the broader use of the open source operating system, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

Suit targets Sony BMG anti-piracy technology (Reuters)
Reuters - Record company Sony BMG Music Entertainment has been targeted in a class-action lawsuit in California by consumers claiming their computers have been harmed by anti-piracy software on some Sony BMG CDs.

Mondays key for Web retailers in holidays: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Mondays are the busiest days for online holiday shopping during the season that runs from the Thanksgiving holiday to the end of the year, and advertisers should plan their spending accordingly, a study released on Thursday said.

Senior Citizen Bloggers Defy Stereotypes (AP)
Former newspaperman Jim Bowman stands along Oak Park Avenue, Monday, Oct. 31, 2005, in Oak Park, Ill. Bowman, 73, writes four regular blogs: one on happenings in his city, one a catchall for his opinions, one on religion and one offering feedback on Chicago newspapers. Senior citizens in growing numbers are discovering the joys of blogging. Blogs are personal web journals where people post dated entries on topics that interest them. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP - Forget shuffleboard, needlepoint and bingo. Web logs, more often the domain of alienated adolescents and home to screeds by middle-aged pundits, are gaining a foothold as a new leisure-time option for senior citizens.


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NYT Signs Up 135,000 Online Subcriptions (AP)
AP - The New York Times Co. said Wednesday it had signed up about 135,000 paying subscribers to its new online service that offers access to Op-Ed columns and other premium content.

Lennon's solo catalog to be offered for download (Reuters)
Reuters - John Lennon's entire solo catalog will be made available for Internet download next month, making him the first of the Beatles whose complete body of work outside the Fab Four can be delivered online, his label said on Wednesday.

Man Spends $100,000 On Virtual Space Station In Online Game (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new owner plans to turn the game real estate into a nightclub where players can kill dinosaur-like monsters

AOL Privacy Policy Now Permits Targeting (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. is updating its privacy policy to outlaw a marketing tactic it has already stopped employing and to permit the targeting of ads and content based on what users do online.

Man Buys Virtual Space Station for $100G (AP)
AP - In one of the largest sales yet of property in an online game, a Miami resident has bought a virtual space station for $100,000 and wants to turn it into a cross between Jurassic Park and a disco.

Co. Settles Drug News Web Site Dispute (AP)
AP - An Internet newsletter devoted to the anti-obesity drug Acomplia can keep its Web site address now that it has settled with the drug's maker, Sanofi-Aventis SA.

Gates memo pushes new Web strategy at Microsoft (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses the Microsoft annual shareholder meeting in Bellevue, Washington, November 9, 2005. QUALITY REPEAT (Robert Sorbo/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. must change its business to better deliver software and services over the Internet to compete against new technology upstarts, Chairman Bill Gates said in a recent memo to executives.


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IBM Software Helps Companies Monitor Reputations Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - One possible use, for example: analyzing the success of a marketing campaign by tracking online conversations about relevant products.

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