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Security Threats Shift to Applications (AP)
AP - As people heed warnings to install the latest security updates for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems and Internet Explorer browsers, researchers say hackers have been shifting their focus to applications that are harder to protect.

Microsoft launches new battle in console wars (AFP)
Customers trying the new Xbox260 in Tokyo in September 2005. The US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new  computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)AFP - US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new Xbox 360 computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions.


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Microsoft's Xbox 360 Arrives (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Gamers got their fix today with the official launch of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Xbox 360, made available at some 4,500 retailers throughout the U.S. just after midnight. Long lines were the norm as the first major new game console to emerge in years made its debut.

Novell Balks at Microsoft's Linux Claims (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) has criticized a Microsoft-sponsored report that stated the SuSE Enterprise version of Linux is relatively unreliable and difficult to maintain in comparison with the Windows Server operating system.

Firefox Still Hounds Microsoft (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Remember this time last year? The browser wars had heated up again with the debut of a new contender called Firefox. The upstart browser succeeded in chipping its own niche out of Microsoft's monolithic hold on the Web browser market, but its fiery initial days seem to have cooled down. The preview release of the new Firefox 1.5 is a much more sedate affair.

Senior Security Exec Quits Microsoft (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Gordon Mangione, a 14-year Redmond veteran who last served as corporate vice president in the Security Technology Unit, is leaving to pursue other interests.

From the Outside Looking In: Analysts, Developers on Microsoft, Open Standards (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - News Analysis: Analysts and developers speak out about Microsoft's recent Office open standard announcement.

Microsoft Beefs Up Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Beta-test version adds hosted e-mail, messaging services.

Fans Line Up to Buy New Xbox 360 (AP)
Shortly before midnight Monday, Nov. 21, 2005, Kevin Warfield, 25, of New York, left, stands in line with others as they wait for a Best Buy store in New York to open for the sale of Microsoft's Xbox 360 at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.  Warfield who had been on line since 8 a.m. said of Xbox 360 'It's a powerful system.' (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - Gaming fanatics turned out overnight across the country to buy up Microsoft's Xbox 360 as it went on sale today. GameStop, EB Games and Best Buy opened hundreds of stores across the country for midnight launch events. Buyers also lined up at 24-hour Wal-Mart stores.


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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.

Xbox 360 Buyers Resell Product on EBay (AP)
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)AP - Forget day trading — the best way to make a buck this holiday season may be to flip your Xbox 360.


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Hollywood, BitTorrent Reach Agreement (AP)
AP - In a deal aimed at reducing illegal Internet traffic in pirated films, Hollywood reached an agreement Tuesday with the creator of the popular file-sharing software BitTorrent.

Security Threats Shift to Applications (AP)
AP - As people heed warnings to install the latest security updates for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems and Internet Explorer browsers, researchers say hackers have been shifting their focus to applications that are harder to protect.

VIDEO GAMES: Holiday Treats for the Gamer (AP)
In this undated handout image from Activision Publishing Inc., a scene from the game Call of Duty is shown.  This scene depicts American soldiers in one of the many battles from the new first-person shooter set during World War II. Video game fans are always seeking new and improved ways to beat their opponents, making them an easy target for gift givers. (AP Photo/Activision Publishing Inc.)AP - Video game fans are always seeking new and improved ways to beat their opponents, making them an easy target for gift givers. In the spirit of the holidays, we looked at some of this season's must-have games and gadgets. But first, the basics.


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Microsoft Beefs Up Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Beta-test version adds hosted e-mail, messaging services.

Library of Congress seeks digital library to build bridges between cultures (AFP)
The US Library of Congress launched an ambitious campaign to create an online database of rare books, manuscripts, posters, stamps and other artificacts, available to users around the world via the Internet.(LOC)AFP - The US Library of Congress launched an ambitious campaign to create an online database of rare books, manuscripts, posters, stamps and other artifacts, available to users around the world via the Internet.


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Video Game Master Wins $150,000 (AP)
AP - A video game master from Kansas City, Mo., won a $150,000 prize on Tuesday by besting a rival in the Cyberathlete Professional League World Tour Grand Finals.

Taking On Latin America's Dynamic Duo (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Telecom Italia's success in Brazil's wireless phone market might foil plans by America Movil and Telefonica Moviles to carve up Latin America between them.

Novell Balks at Microsoft's Linux Claims (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) has criticized a Microsoft-sponsored report that stated the SuSE Enterprise version of Linux is relatively unreliable and difficult to maintain in comparison with the Windows Server operating system.

Microsoft launches new battle in console wars (AFP)
Customers trying the new Xbox260 in Tokyo in September 2005. The US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new  computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)AFP - US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new Xbox 360 computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions.


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Xbox 360 Buyers Resell Product on EBay (AP)
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)AP - Forget day trading — the best way to make a buck this holiday season may be to flip your Xbox 360.


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Security Threats Shift to Applications (AP)
AP - As people heed warnings to install the latest security updates for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems and Internet Explorer browsers, researchers say hackers have been shifting their focus to applications that are harder to protect.

Hollywood, BitTorrent Reach Agreement (AP)
AP - In a deal aimed at reducing illegal Internet traffic in pirated films, Hollywood reached an agreement Tuesday with the creator of the popular file-sharing software BitTorrent.

Library of Congress seeks digital library to build bridges between cultures (AFP)
The US Library of Congress launched an ambitious campaign to create an online database of rare books, manuscripts, posters, stamps and other artificacts, available to users around the world via the Internet.(LOC)AFP - The US Library of Congress launched an ambitious campaign to create an online database of rare books, manuscripts, posters, stamps and other artifacts, available to users around the world via the Internet.


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Microsoft launches new battle in console wars (AFP)
Customers trying the new Xbox260 in Tokyo in September 2005. The US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new  computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)AFP - US software giant Microsoft was elated after seeing its new Xbox 360 computer games console fly off store shelves across North America and fetch jaw-dropping sums in online auctions.


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Media Web Site Reverts Back to Old Name (AP)
AP - Less than a week after launching, a media Web site that combines new and traditional journalism is changing its name to avoid a trademark battle with an existing public radio show.

Owner of Web Site to Cede Name to Merkel (AP)
Newly elected German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands in front of EU and German flags after she took over the chancellery from former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in Berlin on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005. (AP Photo/Herbert Knosowski)AP - The election of a woman as Germany's chancellor presented government techies with an immediate challenge.


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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.

Search Gaining Ground, Study Finds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Search engines are becoming a more important part of online activity for Internet users in the U.S., according to recent findings from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.

CBS says in talks with Google for video search (Reuters)
Viacom Inc. co-President and CBS chairman Leslie Moonves speaks in Los Angeles, California July 18, 2004. U.S. television network CBS is in discussions with Internet media company Google Inc. for video search and on-demand video, Moonves said on Tuesday. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. television network CBS is in discussions with Internet media company Google Inc. for video search and on-demand video, CBS chairman Leslie Moonves said on Tuesday.


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