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Xbox Is Nexus of Entertainment Strategy (AP)
Scott Henson, who manages an advanced technology group at Microsoft, talks about the company's newest videogame console, the Xbox 360, at a preview event Nov. 2, 2005, at the company's campus in Redmond, Wash. When the Xbox 360 debuts in North America on Nov. 22, it will still mainly be focused on pleasing the so-called hardcore gamer--primarily young men who spend hours each week tethered to a videogame console. Analysts say that's smart since the console doesn't offer enough other capabilities for people who aren't addicted to gaming. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - REDMOND, Wash. — When Microsoft Corp. debuted its first Xbox in the fall of 2001, the videogame console was like a teenager — decked out in black, eager to fit in with the hip crowd and embarrassed to be seen with its parent company.


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Microsoft Updates MSN Shopping (TechWeb)
TechWeb - With holiday shopping season fast approaching, Microsoft adds comparison-shopping tools to its MSN portal.

Microsoft offers workflow software for Visual Studio 2005 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft this week made available an updated beta release of its Windows Workflow Foundation technology. The beta version is built to work with the general release of the Visual Studio 2005 toolset, which was unveiled Monday.

Microsoft Readies Office 12 Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will put the first beta of Office 12 in testers hands within two to three weeks, according to e-mails received by prospective users.

The Browser Wars: Part 2 (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Ten years ago, Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) Bill Gates penned his famous memo, "The Internet Tidal Wave." No doubt, it effectively galvanized the troops. The first war was to take the browser. And, in lighting speed, Microsoft crushed Netscape.

Microsoft settles anti-trust suit for 30 million dollars (AFP)
People walking past a giant Microsoft logo. US software giant Microsoft said it 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/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - US software giant Microsoft said it 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, Cisco Team on VoIP (PC World)
PC World - Pair will support a protocol that eases links between networks to boost Web telephony in business.

Microsoft's Web. 2.0 Draws Skepticism (PC World)
PC World - Analysis: Marketing ramps up, but does Microsoft yet 'get' the Web?

Trend Micro Backtracks on MS Trojan Description (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The anti-virus vendor modifies its original warning that a Trojan was exploiting Windows vulnerabilities patched by Microsoft earlier this week.

Microsoft Reaches $30 Million Antitrust Settlement With South Korean Company (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In addition, the two are creating a joint online partnership, but South Korea's antitrust regulators are not finished investigating all the charges against Microsoft.

Tweeting Pillows Ease Soldiers to Sleep (AP)
AP - Getting a good night's sleep in the Balkans can be rough for peacekeepers bunking in a military camp far from home and family for months at a time.

African-Led Fund Aimed at Digital Divide (AP)
AP - An African-led initiative that will use high-speed Internet connections to treat AIDS patients in Burundi and Burkina Faso offers inspiration for those working to bridge the world's digital divide.

Blogger Takes on NYT Chief Food Critic (AP)
Julia Langbein updates her blog 'The Bruni Digest' from her home in Brooklyn, New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005. Langbein's 10-month-old blog has made her a quasi-cult figure among those who read Frank Bruni's restaurant stories in the 'New York Times'.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - Meet Julia Langbein, chief mocker of Frank Bruni — the chief restaurant critic of The New York Times.


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Xbox Is Nexus of Entertainment Strategy (AP)
Scott Henson, who manages an advanced technology group at Microsoft, talks about the company's newest videogame console, the Xbox 360, at a preview event Nov. 2, 2005, at the company's campus in Redmond, Wash. When the Xbox 360 debuts in North America on Nov. 22, it will still mainly be focused on pleasing the so-called hardcore gamer--primarily young men who spend hours each week tethered to a videogame console. Analysts say that's smart since the console doesn't offer enough other capabilities for people who aren't addicted to gaming. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - REDMOND, Wash. — When Microsoft Corp. debuted its first Xbox in the fall of 2001, the videogame console was like a teenager — decked out in black, eager to fit in with the hip crowd and embarrassed to be seen with its parent company.


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Sony to Suspend Making Antipiracy CDs (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 - Stung by continuing criticism, the world's second-largest music label, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, promised Friday to temporarily suspend making music CDs with antipiracy technology that can leave computers vulnerable to hackers.


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Refco should ease online currency woes (Reuters)
A Refco broker works on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange October 18, 2005. Forex Capital Markets LLC's deal to take over the foreign exchange business of futures brokerage giant Refco Inc. should help shore up the flagging reputation of the online retail currency industry, FXCM's chief executive officer Drew Niv told Reuters in an interview. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Forex Capital Markets LLC's deal to take over the foreign exchange business of futures brokerage giant Refco Inc. should help shore up the flagging reputation of the online retail currency industry, FXCM's chief executive officer Drew Niv told Reuters in an interview.


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Stolen Computer Has Credit Data for 3,600 (AP)
AP - A desktop computer stolen last month from one of the nation's three major credit bureaus contained Social Security numbers and other credit information for as many as 3,600 people, the company confirmed Friday.

Intel Goes Global with WiMax (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - WiMax wireless broadband technology is gaining momentum worldwide with the announcement by Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) that carriers across the globe are deploying, or will soon be rolling out, fixed WiMax networks using the company's technology.

Open Invention Network Heralds a New, Patent-Friendly Frontier (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Open Invention Network (OIN), a fledgling patent-holding company, made its debut Thursday with a mission to offer royalty-free patents to the open-source community.

Intuit offers QuickBooks for Mac 2006 (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Intuit Inc. has introduced QuickBooks for Mac 2006, a new version of their small business accounting and financial management software application for Mac OS X. QuickBooks 2006 costs US$199.95.

African-Led Fund Aimed at Digital Divide (AP)
AP - An African-led initiative that will use high-speed Internet connections to treat AIDS patients in Burundi and Burkina Faso offers inspiration for those working to bridge the world's digital divide.

Refco should ease online currency woes (Reuters)
A Refco broker works on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange October 18, 2005. Forex Capital Markets LLC's deal to take over the foreign exchange business of futures brokerage giant Refco Inc. should help shore up the flagging reputation of the online retail currency industry, FXCM's chief executive officer Drew Niv told Reuters in an interview. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Forex Capital Markets LLC's deal to take over the foreign exchange business of futures brokerage giant Refco Inc. should help shore up the flagging reputation of the online retail currency industry, FXCM's chief executive officer Drew Niv told Reuters in an interview.


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Blogger Takes on NYT Chief Food Critic (AP)
Julia Langbein updates her blog 'The Bruni Digest' from her home in Brooklyn, New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005. Langbein's 10-month-old blog has made her a quasi-cult figure among those who read Frank Bruni's restaurant stories in the 'New York Times'.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - Meet Julia Langbein, chief mocker of Frank Bruni — the chief restaurant critic of The New York Times.


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Expedia hotel pricing error irks some travelers (Reuters)
Reuters - Online travel agency Expedia.com said a glitch last week allowed some travelers to book hotel stays in Japan at stunningly low prices and that only some of these reservations would be honored.

Microsoft Updates MSN Shopping (TechWeb)
TechWeb - With holiday shopping season fast approaching, Microsoft adds comparison-shopping tools to its MSN portal.

Murder Suspect's Google Searches Spotlighted In Trial (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Prosecutors claim a Mac specialist on trial in connection with the killing of his wife did a Google search for the words: "neck snap break" and "hold" before she was killed.

Net2Phone says board to consider IDT offer (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephone services company Net2Phone Inc. on Friday said an independent committee of its board of directors would consider IDT Corp.'s $2 per share offer for the 60 percent of the company's shares it does not already own.

Intel Goes Global with WiMax (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - WiMax wireless broadband technology is gaining momentum worldwide with the announcement by Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) that carriers across the globe are deploying, or will soon be rolling out, fixed WiMax networks using the company's technology.

Stores on eBay Gain RSS Feed Capability (PC World)
PC World - Buyers may now receive info feeds from specific stores.

Showdown looms over control of Web (Reuters)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London in this August 13, 2004 file photo. (Stephen Hird/Files/Reuters)Reuters - The United States is headed for a showdown with much of the rest of the world over control of the Internet.


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