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Microsoft Launches Search for Businesses (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released a business version of software that aims to help people more quickly find documents, e-mail and other data stored on Windows-based computers.

Microsoft Creating Supercomputer Software (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is developing software for high-performance computers often used in engineering and science research, in a move that puts the company in another head-to-head battle with open-source developers.

Microsoft upbeat on Asian (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp, the world's largest software maker, does not expect high oil prices and an anticipated economic slowdown to hurt it in the Asian region, where its business is growing fastest, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.

Microsoft to Offer 18 Games on New Xbox (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 - Microsoft Corp. said Monday it will offer 18 Xbox 360 games when the new version of its video game console hits store shelves in North America next week.


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Microsoft Has Big Plans For New Software (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - As more businesses move their software operations onto the Web, Microsoft looks to show the way.

Microsoft Classifies Sony DRM as Malware (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has concluded that the rootkit Sony (NYSE: SNE) secretly included on some music CDs is malware and will be treated the same as any other malicious software. The company will update Windows AntiSpyware to detect and remove the Sony software.

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.

Microsoft Launches Search for Businesses (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday released a business version of software that aims to help people more quickly find documents, e-mail and other data stored on Windows-based computers.

Microsoft Creating Supercomputer Software (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is developing software for high-performance computers often used in engineering and science research, in a move that puts the company in another head-to-head battle with open-source developers.

AOL, Warner to Bring Old TV Shows Online (AP)
This file photo originally from ABC shows members of the cast of television sitcom 'Welcome Back, Kotter'  in a scene in 1978 . They are, left to right; Stephen Shortridge as Beau De Labarre, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as Freddy Washington, Ron Palillo as Arnold Horshack, Robert Hegyes as Juan Epstein, foreground, John Travolta,rear, as Vinnie Barbarino and Gabe Kaplan as Gabe Kotter. Dozens of old television shows including 'Welcome Back, Kotter' will be available online and free-of-charge under a deal between America Online Inc. and Warner Bros., the companies said Monday, Nov. 14, 2005. (AP Photo/files,ABC)AP - Dozens of old television shows including "Welcome Back Kotter" will be available online and free-of-charge under a deal between America Online Inc. and Warner Bros.


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Microsoft to Offer 18 Games on New Xbox (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 - Microsoft Corp. said Monday it will offer 18 Xbox 360 games when the new version of its video game console hits store shelves in North America next week.


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Free those digital documents (The Christian Science Monitor)
The Christian Science Monitor - Deciding what kind of software Massachusetts wants to load on some 50,000 state computers may sound like something of interest only to über-geeks. But that decision could spark a revolution in how software is developed and sold.

Study finds TiVo losing ground among DVR users (Reuters)
Reuters - TiVo Inc. has created a digital video recorder with a name that has worked its way into the American lexicon, but its reputation among users and would-be users is beginning to erode amid generic competitors, according to a new study that relies on Internet buzz to study consumers' opinion.

Intel Brings Virtualization to Desktop PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) is shipping the industry's first desktop processors that boast virtualization technology, which allows a computer to run different operating systems simultaneously.

O2 chief reassures on Telefónica aims (FT.com)
FT.com - Peter Erskine, chief executive of O2, the UK mobile phone company, insisted on Monday that Telefónica would not repeat the mistakes made by France Telecom (NYSE:FTE)when it acquired Orange, if the Spanish telecoms group's £17.7bn ($30.8bn) bid for his company goes through.

Velocity Java engine picks up speed (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Providing an alternative to JavaServer Pages (JSP) Web development and the PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) scripting language, Apache's Jakarta Velocity tools team is touting open source tools to function with the Velocity Java template engine.

Microsoft upbeat on Asian (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp, the world's largest software maker, does not expect high oil prices and an anticipated economic slowdown to hurt it in the Asian region, where its business is growing fastest, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.

Study finds TiVo losing ground among DVR users (Reuters)
Reuters - TiVo Inc. has created a digital video recorder with a name that has worked its way into the American lexicon, but its reputation among users and would-be users is beginning to erode amid generic competitors, according to a new study that relies on Internet buzz to study consumers' opinion.

AOL, Warner to Bring Old TV Shows Online (AP)
This file photo originally from ABC shows members of the cast of television sitcom 'Welcome Back, Kotter'  in a scene in 1978 . They are, left to right; Stephen Shortridge as Beau De Labarre, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as Freddy Washington, Ron Palillo as Arnold Horshack, Robert Hegyes as Juan Epstein, foreground, John Travolta,rear, as Vinnie Barbarino and Gabe Kaplan as Gabe Kotter. Dozens of old television shows including 'Welcome Back, Kotter' will be available online and free-of-charge under a deal between America Online Inc. and Warner Bros., the companies said Monday, Nov. 14, 2005. (AP Photo/files,ABC)AP - Dozens of old television shows including "Welcome Back Kotter" will be available online and free-of-charge under a deal between America Online Inc. and Warner Bros.


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US Internet powerhouse Google offers free online marketing data (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.   Powerhouse Internet portal Google began offering free data about effective way to market things online.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Powerhouse Internet portal Google began offering free data about effective way to market things online.


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Ahead of Internet Summit, Tunisia Blasted for Censorship (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As the U.N. summit on the Internet is set to begin in Tunisia on November 16, the country is being sharply criticized for its record of online censorship.

Warner Bros to offer classic repeats for free over broadband (AFP)
This general view shows the Time Warner headquarters in New York City in 2000. Hollywood studio Warner Brothers said it plans to put thousands of episodes of old television favourites including 'Wonder Woman' online for free under a groundbreaking deal with America Online(AFP/File/Henny Ray Abrams)AFP - Hollywood studio Warner Brothers said it plans to put thousands of episodes of old television favourites including "Wonder Woman" online for free under a groundbreaking deal with America Online.


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Government showdown could break up Internet, experts warn (AFP)
The venue for the UN's World Summit on the Information Society which will take place in Tunisia from November 16-18. A tense dispute over US control of the Internet in the run-up to the World Summit on the Information Society could eventually lead to the break-up of the global network and hamper seamless browsing.(AFP/File/Fethi Belaid)AFP - A tense dispute over US control of the Internet in the run-up to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) could eventually lead to the break-up of the global network and hamper seamless browsing, officials warned.


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Groups Decry Tunisia Hosting U.N. Summit (AP)
AP - As the Internet's influence grows, so too does resistance from nations wary of giving their citizens the tools to voice their opinions and mine the online mother lode of knowledge.

Travelocity CEO sees war for customers on many fronts (Reuters)
Reuters - The competitive landscape for online travel agencies has shifted from a simple price war to a battle for customers by building brand loyalty, the chief executive of Travelocity said on Monday.

Mercora offers radio service on Google Talk (Reuters)
Reuters - Mercora Inc., an aggregator of over 500,000 individual Webcasters, on Monday began offering a version of its service to users of Google Inc.'s Google Talk instant messaging service.

Google gives away analytic tools (Reuters)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London in this August 13, 2004 file photo. The search engine giant plans to give away a set of analystical tools. (Stephen Hird/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. plans to give away a set of analytic tools allowing Web developers, administrators and advertisers to fine-tune their sites including advertising, the Web search leader said on Sunday.


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