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Gates: Xbox 360 Key to Microsoft Strategy (AP)
Thousands of hard-core gamers converge Sunday, Nov. 20, 2005, on the Mojave Desert in Palmdale, Calif. Gamers lined up for hours outside an aircraft hangar 40 miles north of Los Angeles, to be among the first to purchase Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video-game console, for the so-called 'Zero Hour' desert launch party that Microsoft is hosting starting at sunset on Sunday and ending at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday the official North American launch date. Microsoft has said it plans to sell 3 million of the new $399.99 consoles worldwide within 90 days of its launch. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Anyone who snagged one of Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360s at its Tuesday debut will likely see the new video game console as just that — a medium for spending hours playing the likes of "Halo 2" and "Project Gotham Racing 3."


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Microsoft to Open Office Document Format (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft will offer its Word, Excel, and PowerPoint document formats as open standards.

Microsoft Warns of New Security Threat (NewsFactor)
An employee stacks Microsoft Xbox 360 game cartridges in preparation for the first sale of the new game,  Monday night, Nov. 21, 2005, in a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Wash. While many of the eager buyers were focusing on the system's high-definition graphics and gaming aptitude, executives at Microsoft see video games as just the beginning. The new consoles, which also can play music, display photos and show DVDs, are at the center of a strategy that will eventually tie in elements of Microsoft's new online initiative, called Windows Live. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is warning consumers using Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) and Windows 2000 SP4 that code has been published that could be used to launch denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.


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Is Microsoft Up to Some New Tricks? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Unusual strategies can be played out in online forums.

Zero-Day Exploit Targets IE (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft acknowledges a potential code execution vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser after the public release of a proof-of-concept exploit.

Microsoft shows prominently at Supercomputing '05 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's presence at Supercomputing '05 in Seattle last week was unmistakable.

Microsoft fires first salvo of new console wars (AFP)
An Xbox 360, Microsoft's new game console. US software titan Microsoft takes the computer game wars to the Japanese enemy with the North American launch 22 November, 2005 of its next-generation Xbox 360 console. Unlike with its first foray into the competitive world of games hardware, Microsoft is stealing a march on arch-foes Sony and Nintendo by releasing the most powerful console yet well in time for the Christmas rush.(AFP/File/Odd Andersen)AFP - US software titan Microsoft takes the computer game wars to the Japanese enemy with the North American launch of its next-generation Xbox 360 console.


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Microsoft fires first salvo of new game console wars (AFP)
US software titan Microsoft takes the computer game wars to the Japanese enemy with the North American launch Tuesday of its next-generation Xbox 360 console, seen here(AFP/File/Odd Andersen)AFP - US software titan Microsoft takes the computer game wars to the Japanese enemy with the North American launch Tuesday of its next-generation Xbox 360 console.


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Q&A: Microsoft Touts New Ajax Tools (TechWeb)
TechWeb - <i>InformationWeek</i> talks to Microsoft Product Manager Brian Goldfarb about the trendy new Web technology called Ajax, and Microsoft's plans for tools to make Ajax development easier.

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.

Gates: Xbox 360 Key to Microsoft Strategy (AP)
Thousands of hard-core gamers converge Sunday, Nov. 20, 2005, on the Mojave Desert in Palmdale, Calif. Gamers lined up for hours outside an aircraft hangar 40 miles north of Los Angeles, to be among the first to purchase Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video-game console, for the so-called 'Zero Hour' desert launch party that Microsoft is hosting starting at sunset on Sunday and ending at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday the official North American launch date. Microsoft has said it plans to sell 3 million of the new $399.99 consoles worldwide within 90 days of its launch. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Anyone who snagged one of Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360s at its Tuesday debut will likely see the new video game console as just that — a medium for spending hours playing the likes of "Halo 2" and "Project Gotham Racing 3."


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Google Unveils Tool to Map Shopping Trips (AP)
AP - Joining the herd of Web sites jostling to cash in on the holiday shopping season, online search engine leader Google Inc. is adding a tool designed to make it easier for consumers to map out their local trips to the mall.

Google Donates $3M to Help Scan Documents (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is giving $3 million to the U.S. Library of Congress to help set up a system for creating digital copies of rare documents from around the world — the latest step in Google's crusade to expand the amount of information that can be indexed by its Internet-leading search engine.

Online Video Service Pairs Up With AOL (AP)
AP - The migration of television to the Internet is getting another boost with a deal that gives Web video startup Brightcove Networks Inc. a foothold on AOL's Web portal.

Sony BMG Sued Under Anti-Spyware Laws (AP)
AP - Sony BMG Music Entertainment's troubles over anti-piracy technology on music CDs deepened Monday as Texas' attorney general and a California-based digital rights group said they were suing the music company under new state anti-spyware laws.

Hong Kong Internet providers vow privacy protection but respect local law (AFP)
Hong Kong's High Court. Hong Kong Internet service providers say they will respect their users' privacy but were bound by local laws, a week after a group of record companies asked them to hand over information about clients accused of illegal music downloads(AFP/File/Samantha Sin)AFP - Hong Kong Internet service providers say they will respect their users' privacy but were bound by local laws, a week after a group of record companies asked them to hand over information about clients accused of illegal music downloads.


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Gamers wait in rain for Xbox 360 (Reuters)
A man sleeps in a tent at the front of a line for the new Xbox 360 video game console on a rainy night in New York November 21, 2005. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - More than 200 hard-core video game fans braved rain and chilly temperatures in Manhattan to be among the first to get their hands on Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360 video game console, which went on sale in North America on Tuesday.


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AT&T Plans to Resurrect Wireless Brand (AP)
An AT&T employee holds a banner showing the new AT&T Corp. logo during a ceremony where the new logo was  unveiled at the headquarters in San Antonio, Monday, Nov. 21, 2005.  The new AT&T logo will represent the merger of  AT&T and SBC Communications Inc. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)AP - AT&T Inc., the company created by SBC Communications Inc.'s just-completed purchase of its former corporate parent, plans to resurrect the AT&T Wireless brand for cell phone service provided by its Cingular Wireless partnership with BellSouth Corp.


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Sun Brings Open-Source Database Postgres into Solaris (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW), in an effort to broaden the scope of its flagship enterprise operating system, is offering support for the open-source Postgres database.

Online crooks shift to players, software: study (Reuters)
A man is seen working at a computer in this undated file photo. Online criminals shifted their attacks in 2005 from computer operating systems such as Windows and others to media players and software programs, according to a study released on Tuesday. (Sherwin Crasto/Reuters)Reuters - Online criminals shifted their attacks in 2005 from computer operating systems such as Windows and others to media players and software programs, according to a study released on Tuesday.


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Hong Kong Internet providers vow privacy protection but respect local law (AFP)
Hong Kong's High Court. Hong Kong Internet service providers say they will respect their users' privacy but were bound by local laws, a week after a group of record companies asked them to hand over information about clients accused of illegal music downloads(AFP/File/Samantha Sin)AFP - Hong Kong Internet service providers say they will respect their users' privacy but were bound by local laws, a week after a group of record companies asked them to hand over information about clients accused of illegal music downloads.


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First Look at the Xbox 360 (PC World)
PC World - The online aspects rock, but you'll want to upgrade to take full advantage of Microsoft's console.

Online crooks shift to players, software: study (Reuters)
A man is seen working at a computer in this undated file photo. Online criminals shifted their attacks in 2005 from computer operating systems such as Windows and others to media players and software programs, according to a study released on Tuesday. (Sherwin Crasto/Reuters)Reuters - Online criminals shifted their attacks in 2005 from computer operating systems such as Windows and others to media players and software programs, according to a study released on Tuesday.


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Google Unveils Tool to Map Shopping Trips (AP)
AP - Joining the herd of Web sites jostling to cash in on the holiday shopping season, online search engine leader Google Inc. is adding a tool designed to make it easier for consumers to map out their local trips to the mall.

Google Donates $3M to Scan Rare Documents (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is giving $3 million to the U.S. Library of Congress to help set up a system for creating digital copies of rare documents from around the world — the latest step in Google's crusade to expand the amount of information that can be indexed by its Internet-leading search engine.

Idaho town votes to rename itself Secretsanta.com (Reuters)
Reuters - Officials in the northern Idaho town of Santa, Idaho, on Monday voted to rename the 115-person hamlet Secretsanta.com to hype an online gift exchange management service.

Net TV startup lands $16.2 mln from AOL, IAC (Reuters)
Reuters - Brightcove, an Internet television startup that helps programmers syndicate shows across the Web and collect money from it, plans to announce on Tuesday it has attracted new high profile investors including AOL and IAC/InterActiveCorp, and a distribution pact with AOL.

Online Video Service Pairs Up With AOL (AP)
AP - The migration of television to the Internet is getting another boost with a deal that gives Web video startup Brightcove Networks Inc. a foothold on AOL's Web portal.

Huge increase in search engine use in the US (AFP)
More and more Americans are googling and yahooing their way through life, according to a new survey which shows a massive increase in the use of Internet search engines over two years(AFP/Illustration)AFP - More and more Americans are googling and yahooing their way through life, according to a new survey which shows a massive increase in the use of Internet search engines over two years.


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FBI Warns of E-Mail About Surveillance (AP)
AP - The Federal Bureau of Investigation issued an alert Monday about a scam involving unsolicited e-mails, purportedly sent by the FBI, that tell computer users that their Internet surfing is being monitored by the agency.

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