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Microsoft to Market New Software in Japan (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses businessmen at the Royal Thai Navy Auditorium in Bangkok June 30, 2005. Microsoft on Wednesday said it was unveiling a test version of its next-generation Office suite, which the software giant is expected to launch in the second half of next year. (Chaiwat Subprasom/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it will start marketing Japanese versions of two new server software products in February, as the U.S. software giant moves to bolster its enterprise business in Japan.


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Microsoft tests next Office (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses businessmen at the Royal Thai Navy Auditorium in Bangkok June 30, 2005. Microsoft on Wednesday said it was unveiling a test version of its next-generation Office suite, which the software giant is expected to launch in the second half of next year. (Chaiwat Subprasom/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday said it was unveiling a test version of its next-generation Office suite, which the software giant is expected to launch in the second half of next year.


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Microsoft, Cable Industry Agree On Cable-Ready PCs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and a cable industry consortium have reached an agreement that's expected to lead to Windows Media Center-based PCs that are digital-cable ready.

Microsoft Strikes Deal for Cable-Ready Media Center PCs (PC World)
PC World - New CableCard function in equipped PCs will allow you to dump your cable box next year.

Rootkits DOA In 64-bit Software, Says Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's move to 64-bit operating systems for its servers should put a stop to rootkits, company executives claim.

Microsoft, cable companies team up on high-def TV (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it is teaming up with cable companies to make it easy for consumers to watch high-definition cable television programs through their PCs, Xbox 360 video-game consoles and other computer devices.

Microsoft reaffirms support for Toshiba's HD DVD format (AFP)
A combination image showing next generation DVD players by Japan's electronics giants Toshiba (R) and Sony in Makuhari, Japan, in October 2005. Microsoft still favours Toshiba in a battle over formats of next generation DVDs, despite growing Hollywood support for Sony's rival technology.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Microsoft still favours Toshiba in a battle over formats of next generation DVDs, despite growing Hollywood support for Sony's rival technology, according to the US software giant's chief executive.


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Microsoft, Cable Companies Team for High-Def TV (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft said it is teaming up with cable companies to make it easy for consumers to watch high-definition cable television programs through their PCs, Xbox 360 video-game consoles and other computer devices.

Microsoft expects solid Xbox 360 debut (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's next-generation Xbox 360 video game console is displayed at the Tokyo Game Show, September 16, 2005. Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on November 16 he expects successful launches of the Xbox 360 game console in the United States, Europe and even in Japan -- the stronghold of its archrival Sony Corp.'s blockbuster machine PlayStation. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Wednesday he expects successful launches of the Xbox 360 game console in the United States, Europe and even in Japan -- the stronghold of its archrival Sony Corp.'s (6758.T) blockbuster machine PlayStation.


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Microsoft aims to enter supercomputer market (Reuters)
File photo shows Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates at Columbia University in New York October 13, 2005. Microsoft Corp. is moving into the high-end supercomputing market as hardware becomes more affordable, Gates said on November 15 during Supercomputing 2005 in Seattle. (Keith Bedford/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.


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U.N. Group Moves to Narrow Digital Divide (AP)
President of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Paul Twomey of Australia, left, and Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Lauren-Jan Brinkhorst, prior to a round table about talks on tentative reforms during the World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, Tunisia, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005.(AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - A U.N. technology summit was focused Thursday on bringing more communications, including Internet access, to developing countries where the cost has been too high and the technology too low-tech.


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Kazaa File-Sharing Boss to Face Court (AP)
AP - An Australian federal judge on Thursday ordered the chief executive of the company that owns file-swapping giant Kazaa to face cross-examination from recording industry lawyers about her assets pending a damages hearing in the landmark music piracy case.

Study: Tunisia Centralizes Web Filtering (AP)
President of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, speaks during the opening session of the  World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, 10 kms (6 mls) north of Tunis, Tunisia, Wednesday Nov. 16, 2005. Negotiators from more than 100 countries agreed late Tuesday to leave the United States in charge of the Internet's addressing system, averting a U.S.-EU showdown at this week's U.N. technology summit.(AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - Tunisia is able to censor Internet traffic because most Tunisians log on through a cybercafe or an Internet service provider affiliated with the government, according to a study released in conjunction with a U.N. technology summit there.


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Internet Access on Display at APEC Summit (AP)
South Korean workers fix a welcome billboard outside BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center) where leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum hold two days of summit in Busan, South Korea, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005. Breaking a deadlock in the WTO over subsidies in the heavily-protected farming sectors of Europe and some other developed countries has become a key focus of the APEC summit later this week. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP - Wireless technology capable of letting Internet users surf the Web at speeds almost as fast as wired connections, even while moving about, was among innovations exhibited this week at an Asia-Pacific summit.


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Doing the tango keeps the brain in step, too (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - The hot moves of the Argentine Tango not only keep the aging body in shape, they also may help sharpen the aging brain, according to a study out Tuesday.

Cingular revamps wireless Internet services (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless said on Thursday it redesigned its wireless Web offerings with a ticker service and options that make it easier to get news and weather on phones.

GrameenPhone adds one million subscribers in 40 days (AFP)
A Bangladeshi farmer talks on his mobile phone as he works in a paddy field. Bangladesh's leading mobile phone company said it signed up one million new subscribers in a record 40 days as the market continues to boom amid fierce competition.(AFP/File/Farjana K. Godhuly)AFP - Bangladesh's leading mobile phone company said it signed up one million new subscribers in a record 40 days as the market continues to boom amid fierce competition.


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Mobile industry tests the wi-fi airwaves (Reuters)
A woman is seen using a mobile phone in this undated file photo. The mobile industry is ramping up for a new generation of cellphones and services combining the long-distance strengths of traditional cellular service with the short-distance, low-cost advantages of wi-fi. (Jonathan Evans/Reuters)Reuters - The mobile industry is ramping up for a new generation of cellphones and services combining the long-distance strengths of traditional cellular service with the short-distance, low-cost advantages of wi-fi.


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Open Source Business Intelligence Vendor Pentaho Adds Mondrian OLAP Server to BI Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mondrian On-Line Analytical Processing project is joining forces with Pentaho to become a permanent feature of the Pentaho BI project.

Microsoft to Market New Software in Japan (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses businessmen at the Royal Thai Navy Auditorium in Bangkok June 30, 2005. Microsoft on Wednesday said it was unveiling a test version of its next-generation Office suite, which the software giant is expected to launch in the second half of next year. (Chaiwat Subprasom/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it will start marketing Japanese versions of two new server software products in February, as the U.S. software giant moves to bolster its enterprise business in Japan.


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U.N. Group Moves to Narrow Digital Divide (AP)
President of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Paul Twomey of Australia, left, and Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Lauren-Jan Brinkhorst, prior to a round table about talks on tentative reforms during the World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, Tunisia, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005.(AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - A U.N. technology summit was focused Thursday on bringing more communications, including Internet access, to developing countries where the cost has been too high and the technology too low-tech.


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Cingular revamps wireless Internet services (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless said on Thursday it redesigned its wireless Web offerings with a ticker service and options that make it easier to get news and weather on phones.

Chinese Internet star Alibaba.com vows to beat Google (AFP)
Jack Ma, Chief Executive of alibaba.com. Chinese Internet firm Alibaba.com has vowed to defeat US giant Google in the battle to become the dominant search engine for the potentially lucrative Chinese market(AFP/File/Peter Parks)AFP - Chinese Internet firm Alibaba.com has vowed to defeat US giant Google in the battle to become the dominant search engine for the potentially lucrative Chinese market.


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Bloggers Break Sony (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sony made an unpopular product decision and got its reputation incinerated by waves of flaming bloggers. That's a lesson for other companies.

Yahoo Survey Has Good News For Small Online Retailers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Holiday shoppers will look toward small online retailers for unique gifts this holiday season.

Internet Access on Display at APEC Summit (AP)
South Korean workers fix a welcome billboard outside BEXCO (Busan Exhibition and Convention Center) where leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum hold two days of summit in Busan, South Korea, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005. Breaking a deadlock in the WTO over subsidies in the heavily-protected farming sectors of Europe and some other developed countries has become a key focus of the APEC summit later this week. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP - Wireless technology capable of letting Internet users surf the Web at speeds almost as fast as wired connections, even while moving about, was among innovations exhibited this week at an Asia-Pacific summit.


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Study: Tunisia Centralizes Web Filtering (AP)
President of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, speaks during the opening session of the  World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, 10 kms (6 mls) north of Tunis, Tunisia, Wednesday Nov. 16, 2005. Negotiators from more than 100 countries agreed late Tuesday to leave the United States in charge of the Internet's addressing system, averting a U.S.-EU showdown at this week's U.N. technology summit.(AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - Tunisia is able to censor Internet traffic because most Tunisians log on through a cybercafe or an Internet service provider affiliated with the government, according to a study released in conjunction with a U.N. technology summit there.


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Sony Unveils Internet-Based Phone Service (AP)
AP - Sony Corp. on Wednesday announced a free Internet-based phone service similar to the popular computer-to-computer calling provided by Skype, but with an emphasis on video conferencing.

Internet still young, faster access to spur growth (Reuters)
Reuters - The Internet has given rise to profitable companies such as Yahoo Inc., Google Inc., eBay Inc. and others, but the industry is still in the early days and will be further fueled as even faster Internet access proliferates through the United States and other countries, executives said on Wednesday.

Yahoo Adds More Non-Traditional Media (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo has added content from Gawker Media to its news site, an expansion of the portal's use of non-traditional media.

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