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Burgum to Leave Microsoft Leadership Post (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is looking for a new leader for a unit that sells specialized software for small- and mid-sized businesses, after the unit's current top executive announced plans to step aside.

Microsoft Goes Outside For Phishing Help (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will pull data on phishing sites from three new partners in an attempt to boost the effectiveness of its anti-fraud technology.

Microsoft Warns Of New Windows Exploit, No Patch Available (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft warns Windows users that proof-of-concept code was in circulation that could be remotely and anonymously exploited on Windows 2000 machines.

The End (of Software) Is Nigh (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Recently, Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) Bill Gates and his recent hire, legendary programmer Ray Ozzie, issued memos to their troops, declaring that Microsoft needs an extreme makeover. The world of software is undergoing disruptive change, and so far, Microsoft seems to be lagging behind. The memos mention a leader in the brave new on-demand software world: Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM - News).

Microsoft Readies Office 12 Beta (PC World)
PC World - Technical prerelease version of office software suite becomes available to testers.

Microsoft Confirms Windows Flaw, Exploit (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The software maker confirms a denial-of-service flaw in its implementation of the Remote Procedure Call protocol. Hackers already have access to exploit.

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.

Survey Studies Internet Use in China (AP)
People play online games during a gaming expo in Beijing. The Internet in China is heavily driven by entertainment but has the potential of becoming a powerful political weapon, according to a poll(AFP/File/frederic J. Brown)AP - A typical Chinese Internet user is a young male who prefers instant messaging to e-mail, rarely makes online purchases and favors news, music and games sites, according to a new study.


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GPS Technology Raises Concern on the Job (AP)
A WABC-TV news truck leaves the company building on West 67th St. in New York Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005. News trucks at the station were recently equipped with global positioning systems, raising concerns among the station's union workers about privacy issues. It's a small but growing workplace topic as companies slowly embrace the GPS technology already in use to track everything from wayward teens to sex offenders. (AP Photo/Adam Rountree)AP - While they're out chasing the news, employees at a local television station are wondering if anybody is tailing them.


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Cheap Laptops Are Planned for Kids (AP)
Americans Nicholas Negroponte, right, and Mary Lou Jepsen present thel US$100 Laptop Prototype at the World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, 10 kms (6 miles) north of Tunis, Tunisia, Wednesday Nov. 16, 2005. According to the MIT Media Lab, it has launched a new research initiative to develop a US$100 laptopa technology that it hopes could revolutionize how the world's children are educated. To achieve this goal, a new, non-profit association, One Laptop per Child (OLPC), has been created. The initiative was first announced by Nicholas Negroponte, Lab chairman and co-founder, at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland in January 2005. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - A cheap laptop boasting wireless network access and a hand-crank to provide electricity are expected to start shipping in February or March to help extend technology to school-aged children worldwide.


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Google Shares Breach $400 Mark (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s share price crossed the $400 threshold to a new all-time high Thursday, marking a gain of nearly $100 a share in the four weeks since the Web-search giant reported impressive quarterly financial results.

New Gear Improves Cellular Connections (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - As people rely on cell phones for more tasks, such as e-mail, Web connections and office work, many are getting less tolerant about losing a signal.

The Playlist: Great Online Sources for Finding New Music (PC World)
PC World - Some of the best Web sites, Internet radio channels, blogs, and podcasts to broaden your musical horizons.

Unused Digital TV Channels Could Increase U.S. Wireless Access (PC World)
PC World - Federal action could allow unused channels at lower frequencies to be used for unlicensed wireless networks.

Alltel to buy Midwest Wireless: WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Alltel Corp. , the leading rural U.S. telephone company, is expected to announce that it agreed to buy privately held rural cellular operator Midwest Wireless for $1.08 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Sun Jumps On Open-Source Database Bandwagon To Boost Solaris (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sun says there are now 3.3 million registered users of its open-source Solaris 10

Firm Strikes Deal With NBC Universal (AP)
AP - The company behind the commercial online file-sharing software Peer Impact said Thursday it struck a licensing deal with NBC Universal to sell feature films and television programming over its service.

The Playlist: Great Online Sources for Finding New Music (PC World)
PC World - Some of the best Web sites, Internet radio channels, blogs, and podcasts to broaden your musical horizons.

Seven-Eleven in tie-up talks with Yahoo Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - Seven-Eleven Japan, the convenience store unit of Seven & I Holdings Co. Ltd., said on Friday it was in talks with Yahoo Japan Corp., the country's top Internet portal, on a comprehensive operational tie-up.

Google Shares Breach $400 Mark (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s share price crossed the $400 threshold to a new all-time high Thursday, marking a gain of nearly $100 a share in the four weeks since the Web-search giant reported impressive quarterly financial results.

Fun-driven Internet in China may become powerful political tool: poll (AFP)
People play online games during a gaming expo in Beijing. The Internet in China is heavily driven by entertainment but has the potential of becoming a powerful political weapon, according to a poll(AFP/File/frederic J. Brown)AFP - The Internet in China is heavily driven by entertainment but has the potential of becoming a powerful political weapon, according to a poll.


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6 Plead Guilty for Role in Identity Theft (AP)
AP - Six more people pleaded guilty Thursday to operating a Web site that investigators claimed was one of the largest online centers for trafficking in stolen identity information and credit cards.

Survey Studies Internet Use in China (AP)
People play online games during a gaming expo in Beijing. The Internet in China is heavily driven by entertainment but has the potential of becoming a powerful political weapon, according to a poll(AFP/File/frederic J. Brown)AP - A typical Chinese Internet user is a young male who prefers instant messaging to e-mail, rarely makes online purchases and favors news, music and games sites, according to a new study.


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Buddies That Promote AOL Draw Complaints (AP)
AP - Two new buddies greeted chatters on America Online Inc.'s instant-messaging service this week, but not everyone wanted to be their friend.

PRODUCT REVIEW: Podcasts Converted to Text (AP)
Suranga Chandratillake of Blinkx is photographed at his office in San Francisco, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Suddenly the universe of downloadable audio files known as podcasts seems as enormous as the Internet. Name a topic — from the weather in Asuncion to the ZigBee wireless technology — and there is a podcast about it.


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The Cure to hit studio in January (Reuters)
Robert Smith (L), leader of the British group 'The Cure', and Simon Gallup perform on the main stage at the XI Benicassim Internacional Festival in eastern Spain early August 6, 2005. The Cure plans to hit the studio in January to record its next album, according to a post from frontman Robert Smith on the group's Web site (http://www.thecure.com). (Heino Kalis/Reuters)Reuters - The Cure plans to hit the studio in January to record its next album, according to a post from frontman Robert Smith on the group's Web site (http://www.thecure.com).


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Chinese Web Users Slow To Buy, Quick To Have Fun (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The typical Chinese Internet user is under 30 years old and single, and prefers to use the Web for instant messaging and entertainment, a study says.

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