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Microsoft settles anti-trust suit for 30 million dollars (AFP)
Daum's corporate Seoul office. US software giant Microsoft has sealed a 30 million dollar deal with South Korean Internet portal Daum Communications to settle an anti-trust suit and put the two firms in a new partnership(AFP/File/Jung Yeon-Je)AFP - US software giant Microsoft has sealed a 30 million dollar deal with South Korean Internet portal Daum Communications to settle an anti-trust suit and put the two firms in a new partnership.


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Microsoft Settles Trade Lawsuit for $30M (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, left, and CEO Steve Ballmer listen to CFO Chris Liddell speak during the annual Microsoft shareholder meeting in Bellevue Wash. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)AP - Microsoft Corp. has reached a $30 million settlement with a South Korean Internet portal that accused it of unfair trade practices, the companies said Friday.


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Microsoft settles suit with S.Korea's Daum (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to pay South Korea's Daum Communications Corp. (035720.KQ) $10 million in cash to settle an antitrust suit against the world's largest software maker, the two sides said on Friday.

Gates Sails the Seas of Change (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - You've got to love leaked memos for juicy bits of corporate gossip. Over the last several days, we've gotten a peek into how Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) Bill Gates really feels about the current tech climate -- and the sea change he sees coming.

Microsoft Trains Spotlight on Macromedia Flash Patch (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft issues an unprecedented security advisory for a third party, giving advice on how to protect against code execution attacks.

In Brief: Ex-AMD Japan chairman joins Microsoft's Japanese unit (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The former chairman of Advanced Micro Devices' Japanese subsidiary joined Microsoft's Japanese unit on Thursday to work on consumer-related Windows systems.

Trojan Attacks Microsoft Image Rendering Flaw (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - An anti-virus vendor spots the first signs of a Trojan attack against a critical flaw just patched by Microsoft. It causes a disruptive denial-of-service attack against unpatched Windows systems.

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.

Viruses Exploit Sony CD Copy-Protection (AP)
Sony BMG CEO Andrew Lack is shown in this July 20, 2001 file photo. The chief executives of Bertelsmann and Sony Corp. are in discussions over Lack's fate at the top of the world's second-largest record company. (Adrees Latif/Reuters)AP - A controversial copy-protection program that automatically installs when some Sony BMG audio CDs are played on personal computers is now being exploited by malicious software that takes advantage of the antipiracy technology's ability to hide files.


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Yahoo Pulls Out of America Online Talks (AP)
In a photo provided by Alibaba.com, fans and press ask CEO of Alibaba.com Jack Ma for his autograph and questions at a launch ceremony in Beijing Nov. 9, 2005. Ma, who runs Yahoo Inc.'s Web portal for China, said he plans a new strategy to promote the site as a search engine, saying he's ready to spend heavily in a battle with Chinese-language search leader Baidu.com. (AP Photo/HO/Natalie Behring)AP - Yahoo Inc. has pulled out of discussions over buying a stake in America Online Inc., leaving Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. as the leading potential suitors.


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European Group Battles Copy-Protected CDs (AP)
AP - The music industry should stop criminalizing customers and limiting their freedom in the battle against piracy, a European consumers' group said Thursday.

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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Google Earth Gets Down to Business (PC World)
PC World - Enterprise unit takes over Google Earth, mapping products to integrate with search tools.

What's it worth? eBay lets users search prices (Reuters)
File photo shows Meg Whitman, president and CEO of eBay, during a speech in Las Vegas. (Mike Blake/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. on Thursday introduced a new service that allows buyers and sellers to search the price history of any product on its electronic marketplace worldwide for up to 90 days.


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Kodak Retains Lead in U.S. Digital Cameras (AP)
AP - For the fourth straight quarter, Eastman Kodak Co. retained its lead over Japanese rivals Canon Inc. and Sony Corp. in the U.S. digital-camera market.

Google offers Silicon Valley home free wireless Internet (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall. Internet giant Google is offering to cloak its home city in Silicon Valley with free wireless 'Wi-Fi' computer service, the company confirmed.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Internet giant Google is offering to cloak its home city in Silicon Valley with free wireless "Wi-Fi" computer service, the company confirmed.


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Vendors Pledge to Share Linux Patents (PC World)
PC World - IBM, Red Hat join Open Invention Network in promoting open source software.

Microsoft settles suit with S.Korea's Daum (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to pay South Korea's Daum Communications Corp. (035720.KQ) $10 million in cash to settle an antitrust suit against the world's largest software maker, the two sides said on Friday.

Yahoo Pulls Out of America Online Talks (AP)
In a photo provided by Alibaba.com, fans and press ask CEO of Alibaba.com Jack Ma for his autograph and questions at a launch ceremony in Beijing Nov. 9, 2005. Ma, who runs Yahoo Inc.'s Web portal for China, said he plans a new strategy to promote the site as a search engine, saying he's ready to spend heavily in a battle with Chinese-language search leader Baidu.com. (AP Photo/HO/Natalie Behring)AP - Yahoo Inc. has pulled out of discussions over buying a stake in America Online Inc., leaving Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. as the leading potential suitors.


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European Group Battles Copy-Protected CDs (AP)
AP - The music industry should stop criminalizing customers and limiting their freedom in the battle against piracy, a European consumers' group said Thursday.

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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What's it worth? eBay lets users search prices (Reuters)
File photo shows Meg Whitman, president and CEO of eBay, during a speech in Las Vegas. (Mike Blake/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Online auctioneer eBay Inc. on Thursday introduced a new service that allows buyers and sellers to search the price history of any product on its electronic marketplace worldwide for up to 90 days.


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Google offers Silicon Valley home free wireless Internet (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall. Internet giant Google is offering to cloak its home city in Silicon Valley with free wireless 'Wi-Fi' computer service, the company confirmed.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Internet giant Google is offering to cloak its home city in Silicon Valley with free wireless "Wi-Fi" computer service, the company confirmed.


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Paris Hilton "only victim" of crash - spokesman (Reuters)
File photo of Paris Hilton as she arrives at Usher's 'Truth Tour' DVD launch party at the Roosevelt hotel in Hollywood on October 17, 2005. The heiress, whose Bentley was damaged in a videotaped crash that spawned an Internet sensation and a police investigation, was the 'only victim' of the incident, her spokesman said on Thursday. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Celebrity heiress Paris Hilton, whose Bentley was damaged in a videotaped crash that spawned an Internet sensation and a police investigation, was the "only victim" of the incident, her spokesman said on Thursday.


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Survey: Consumers Increasingly Reluctant To Bank Online (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Fears of identity theft have left increasing numbers of consumers wary of banking online, according to a survey released by Entrust, an Internet security firm.

Local New York Law Targets Open Wi-Fi Networks (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Responding to concerns about vulnerabilities associated with wireless Internet connections, lawmakers in New York's Westchester County have introduced legislation requiring those offering open Wi-Fi hotspots to secure their networks.

Living on the Edge of E-Commerce Tech (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - During the heady days of the Internet in the 90s, e-commerce platforms featuring shopping carts were all the rage. But when the dot-com bubble burst, sales of e-commerce technology flagged. The market no longer could support the plethora of vendors that were out there, and even the survivors did little to enhance their platforms for several years thereafter.

3 companies shut down on spyware charges (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. court shut down three Internet companies for secretly bundling malicious "spyware" with ring tones, music programs and other free high-tech goodies, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Thursday.

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