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Microsoft aims to enter supercomputer market (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , which built its business by aiming to put a "computer on every desk" is moving into the high-end supercomputing market as hardware becomes more affordable, Chairman Bill Gates said on Tuesday.

Microsoft Launches Enterprise Desktop Search Tool (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced a version of its desktop-search software geared toward enterprise users. The offering is specifically tailored to users who need to search through data that resides on multiple computers across a company's network.

Microsoft throws weight behind supercomputer software (AFP)
US software titan Microsoft released super-computing server software, with the company's founder Bill Gates, seen here on November 2, declaring such analytical power vital to innovation and invention.(AFP/File/Stan Honda)AFP - US software titan Microsoft released super-computing server software, with the company's founder declaring such analytical power vital to innovation and invention.


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Microsoft Updates Supercomputer OS (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to gain a stronger foothold in the high-performance computing (HPC) realm, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released the Beta 2 version of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.

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 Updates Plans for 64-Bit Computing (PC World)
PC World - Announces updates to Windows Server 2003 and Virtual Server 2005.

Microsoft Targets Sony 'Spyware' (PC World)
PC World - Windows Antispyware will detect, remove Sony's controversial copy protection technology.

Microsoft to remove Sony BMG malware (Reuters)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. Microsoft said it would remove controversial copy-protection software that CDs from music publisher Sony BMG install on personal computers, deeming it a security risk to PCs running on Windows. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft said it would remove controversial copy-protection software that CDs from music publisher Sony BMG install on personal computers, deeming it a security risk to PCs running on Windows.


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Microsoft Recruits Allies in Antitrust Case (PC World)
PC World - Software giant wants U.S. government to intervene in European Commission investigation.

Microsoft upbeat on Asia (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.

Plan Certifies Consumer-Friendly Downloads (AP)
This illustration shows a Yahoo website on a personal computer in Beijing. Yahoo supplied information to the Chinese government that led to the jailing of journalist Shi Tao. Media freedom groups said Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AP - An anti-spyware initiative backed by Internet portals Yahoo and AOL would certify downloadable software as consumer-friendly and non-invasive.


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Court Refuses to Delay VoIP E911 Deadline (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court on Tuesday refused to delay new Federal Communications Commission guidelines requiring Internet telephone companies to provide reliable 911 emergency call service.

Experts: Sony Plan Widens Security Hole (AP)
AP - The fallout from a hidden copy-protection program that Sony BMG Music Entertainment put on some CDs is only getting worse. Sony's suggested method for removing the program actually widens the security hole the original software created, researchers say.

Web Site to Blend Journalism With Blogs (AP)
AP - A media Web site scheduled to debut Wednesday will seek to blend traditional journalism with the freeform commentary developed through the emerging Web format known as blogs.

Vendors Warn of New Sober Variants (PC World)
PC World - This mass-mailing worm is circling the Internet again.

I2hub latest P2P service to shut down (Reuters)
Reuters - I2hub, the superfast Internet service popular with college students, shut down Tuesday.

Sony Copy Protection Problems at a Glance (AP)
AP - Security experts have found that a hidden antipiracy technology on some Sony BMG music CDs causes dangerous computer vulnerabilities — as does the company's method for removing the original program. Among questions users might have:

Motorola plans new shapes, launch strategy in 2006 (Reuters)
Reuters - Motorola Inc. , riding high on the success of its eye-catching Razr phone, is determined to stay on top in the design battle with rival cell phone makers next year, the head of its mobile devices division said on Tuesday.

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.

Oracle gets regulator OK on Siebel deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Database software giant Oracle Corp. said on Tuesday that U.S. antitrust regulators had cleared its $5.9 billion purchase of formerly fierce rival Siebel Systems Inc .

I2hub latest P2P service to shut down (Reuters)
Reuters - I2hub, the superfast Internet service popular with college students, shut down Tuesday.

Web Site to Blend Journalism With Blogs (AP)
AP - A media Web site scheduled to debut Wednesday will seek to blend traditional journalism with the freeform commentary developed through the emerging Web format known as blogs.

Court Refuses to Delay VoIP E911 Deadline (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court on Tuesday refused to delay new Federal Communications Commission guidelines requiring Internet telephone companies to provide reliable 911 emergency call service.

Plan Certifies Consumer-Friendly Downloads (AP)
This illustration shows a Yahoo website on a personal computer in Beijing. Yahoo supplied information to the Chinese government that led to the jailing of journalist Shi Tao. Media freedom groups said Western companies are selling press muzzling equipment to China, censoring their search engines or blog tools and even passing on information that may help reveal the identity of journalists critical of Beijing.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AP - An anti-spyware initiative backed by Internet portals Yahoo and AOL would certify downloadable software as consumer-friendly and non-invasive.


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US wants wiretap ability on Internet calls expanded (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. law enforcement authorities want expanded ability to tap any phone call between an Internet phone and a traditional phone if needed for an investigation, according to documents filed this week.

Text on Internet Governance Watered Down (AP)
AP - Negotiators seeking to avert a U.S.-EU showdown at this week's U.N. summit on the information society watered down language on the Internet's governance in talks Tuesday.

Deal avoids global split over Internet control (AFP)
The Kram Palexpo in Tunis, on the eve of the opening of a three-day UN World Summit on the Information Society.  Negotiators avoided a potentially damaging split between the United States and the rest of the world over control of the Internet, saying they had agreed to work towards enhanced international cooperation.(AFP/Eric Feferberg)AFP - Negotiators avoided a potentially damaging split between the United States and the rest of the world over control of the Internet, saying they had agreed to work towards enhanced international cooperation.


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Vendors Warn of New Sober Variants (PC World)
PC World - This mass-mailing worm is circling the Internet again.

Google Drops Fee for Analytics Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) is now offering its Web analytics service at no charge, hoping to draw more advertisers, Web publishers, and site owners to the company's set of tools for monitoring online marketing efforts.

More Americans get their newspaper at the click of a mouse: report (AFP)
A row of computers in a cybercafe. Readers might be deserting America's traditional newspapers in droves, but they seem to be turning as quickly to the papers' online editions, which have just posted an 11 percent rise in readership, according to new figures.(AFP/File/Marie Hippenmeyer)AFP - Readers might be deserting America's traditional newspapers in droves, but they seem to be turning as quickly to the papers' online editions, which have just posted an 11 percent rise in readership, according to new figures.


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