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Ex-Microsoft Worker Sentenced for Theft (AP)
AP - A federal judge sentenced a former Microsoft Corp. employee on Friday to four years in prison for illegally selling millions of dollars of company software.

Microsoft Vs. Sony Enters New Stage In Video Game Consoles (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft's grand plan to take the lead in the video game console business from rival Sony gets under way Tuesday when the software king releases its next-generation game machine -- the Xbox 360.

Microsoft to Beef Up Legal Training (PC World)
PC World - Plans outlined in court document.

Microsoft to Broaden Internal Reviews (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. Microsoft hopes to gain an advantage over rivals Sony Corp. and Nintendo Co. Ltd. by being first to launch a next-generation video game console when its Xbox 360 debuts November 22, 2005 in the United States. REUTERS/Fred ProuserAP - Microsoft Corp. pledged Friday to expand legal training for employees and broaden its internal reviews of industry agreements to be sure the company doesn't violate its antitrust settlement with the government.


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Microsoft aims to trump Sony with Xbox 360 debut (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. hopes to gain an advantage over rivals Sony Corp. (6758.T) and Nintendo Co. Ltd. (7974.OS) by being first to launch a next-generation video game console when its Xbox 360 debuts November 22.


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Can Open Source Defeat Microsoft? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - While Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has had some 20 years to make Office what it is today, most industry analysts say that new open-source contenders, such as OpenOffice, measure up reasonably well against Redmond's suite. But they also say that while these suites do have most of the features of Microsoft Office, they lack certain advanced capabilities that make all the difference.

Windows Vista -- a progressive view (Reuters)
Software developers attend the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Retailers are expecting this year's holiday shopping season to be one of the best in recent years for PC sales, but consumers may want to think ahead as Microsoft Corp. prepares to launch a new version of Windows in 2006.


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Microsoft Picks Partners to Fight Phishing (PC World)
PC World - Security firms boost malware protections in IE, MSN, and Vista.

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.

House Passes TV Digital Speed-Up Plan (AP)
AP - The House on Friday backed a plan to require television broadcasters to switch to all-digital transmissions by December 2008, three months earlier than they would have to under provisions of a Senate bill.

Copy Protection Still a Work in Progress (AP)
AP - It's been the better part of a decade since Napster and other free song-sharing services began scaring the daylights of the music industry. And still recording companies can't find an effective anti-piracy technology to save their hides.

Ex-Microsoft Worker Sentenced for Theft (AP)
AP - A federal judge sentenced a former Microsoft Corp. employee on Friday to four years in prison for illegally selling millions of dollars of company software.

Technology Summit Wraps Up in Tunisia (AP)
U.S. Science Adviser to the President and Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, John Marburger, speaks to the assembly of the World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, 10 kms(6 mls)north of Tunis, Tunisia, Friday Nov. 18, 2005.The final day of a U.N. technology summit explored how people, governments and companies can work to speed up technology and content for users in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - A crucial summit on expanding Internet access around the world ended Friday with a firm promise to narrow the digital divide — but little in government funding to make it happen.


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Battle for Web Control May Not Be Over (AP)
AP - The United States claimed victory this week in the contest to keep control of the computers crucial for directing Internet traffic. But approval Friday of a plan to leave Washington squarely in charge hasn't fully ended the debate: The European Union and a host of other countries are suggesting that a new multinational forum, which delegates to a U.N. technology summit also agreed to set up, simply delays the battle for another day.

Google lets Web sites sign up advertisers directly (Reuters)
A screen grab shows of the Googl e search system. Web search leader Google Inc. is offering a new private-label feature that allows advertisers to sign up directly on Web sites where they wish to advertise, the company said on Friday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Advertisers wishing to place ads on Google-supported Web sites can sign up directly on those sites, the Web search leader said on Friday, in a move analysts said addresses concerns about its growing advertising clout.


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Sony BMG offers MP3 files and disks for unsafe CDs (Reuters)
Reuters - In an attempt to make up with consumers whose PCs have been exposed to unsecure copy-protection software which acts like malware, music publisher Sony BMG said on Friday it would swap unsecure CDs for new unprotected disks as well as unprotected MP3 files.

SBA Towers Keep Rising (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - Two years ago, when William Harnisch, CEO of hedge fund Peconic Partners, saw the explosion in the use of cellular telephones, he started buying shares -- not of phone providers but of SBA Communications . The company owns the towers where cell-phone carriers put up their antennas. Harnisch figures the tower companies will grow much faster than the wireless carriers. Since Harnisch bought SBA's shares, they have leaped from 4 to 16. ...

Can Open Source Defeat Microsoft? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - While Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has had some 20 years to make Office what it is today, most industry analysts say that new open-source contenders, such as OpenOffice, measure up reasonably well against Redmond's suite. But they also say that while these suites do have most of the features of Microsoft Office, they lack certain advanced capabilities that make all the difference.

Integral Systems CEO Charged With Assault (AP)
AP - The CEO of satellite software company Integral Systems Inc. has been charged with misdemeanor sex offense and assault of a 14-year-old girl, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission regulatory filing Friday.

Technology Summit Wraps Up in Tunisia (AP)
U.S. Science Adviser to the President and Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, John Marburger, speaks to the assembly of the World Summit on the Information Society at the convention center in Kram, 10 kms(6 mls)north of Tunis, Tunisia, Friday Nov. 18, 2005.The final day of a U.N. technology summit explored how people, governments and companies can work to speed up technology and content for users in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - A crucial summit on expanding Internet access around the world ended Friday with a firm promise to narrow the digital divide — but little in government funding to make it happen.


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Copy Protection Still a Work in Progress (AP)
AP - It's been the better part of a decade since Napster and other free song-sharing services began scaring the daylights of the music industry. And still recording companies can't find an effective anti-piracy technology to save their hides.

Google lets Web sites sign up advertisers directly (Reuters)
A screen grab shows of the Googl e search system. Web search leader Google Inc. is offering a new private-label feature that allows advertisers to sign up directly on Web sites where they wish to advertise, the company said on Friday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Advertisers wishing to place ads on Google-supported Web sites can sign up directly on those sites, the Web search leader said on Friday, in a move analysts said addresses concerns about its growing advertising clout.


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Online Shopping Comparison Sites on Rise (AP)
Laura Hanson, uses a Yahoo Shopping comparison site to buy a digital camera Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005 at her home in San Francisco. Hanson relies on the Internet to make her a smarter shopper even when she isn't planning to buy online. Before traveling to a conventional store, the San Francisco resident regularly visits an online comparison shopping site to explore prices and review extensive product research to answer all the nettlesome questions that she's too embarrassed to bring up in a store. (AP Photo/ Tony Avelar)AP - Laura Hanson relies on the Internet to make her a smarter shopper even when she isn't planning to buy online.


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Battle for Web Control May Not Be Over (AP)
AP - The United States claimed victory this week in the contest to keep control of the computers crucial for directing Internet traffic. But approval Friday of a plan to leave Washington squarely in charge hasn't fully ended the debate: The European Union and a host of other countries are suggesting that a new multinational forum, which delegates to a U.N. technology summit also agreed to set up, simply delays the battle for another day.

UN summit turns spotlight on Web censorship (AFP)
The Chinese vice premier Huang Ju addresses delegates at the World Summit on the Internet Society in Tunis. Huang told the World Summit on the Information Society that some Internet restrictions were warranted to protect the state, although China wanted to 'guarantee freedom of speech.'(AFP/File/Abdelhak Senna)AFP - A United Nations communications and technology summit, which ended with a pledge to expand the availability of the Internet, has turned the spotlight onto a dispute about censorship.


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Online daters sue matchmaking sites (Reuters)
A couple are seen against the setting sun. Match.com, a unit of IAC/Interactive Corp., is accused in a federal lawsuit of goading members into renewing their subscriptions through bogus romantic e-mails sent out by company employees. (File/Reuters)Reuters - It's not easy finding love in cyberspace, and now some frustrated online daters say they were victims of fraud by two top Internet matchmaking services and have taken their complaints to court.


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Congress: U.S. Internet Control Inviolable (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With an eye on the United Nations-sponsored technology summit taking place this week, Congress passed a resolution Wednesday stating that U.S. control of the Internet is inviolable.

Amazon.com Offers Refund for 'Rootkit' DRM-Carrying Sony CDs (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The online retailer pulls the affected CDs from its stock on request from Sony, and offers an unprecedented refund.

Google Downplays Gmail Security Fix (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Web search giant acknowledges a patched security flaw in its popular Gmail service, but insists that the threat is minimal.

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