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Microsoft Reports Isolated Xbox Glitches (AP)
A man plays with a floor sample of the Xbox 360 at a Toys R Us, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005 in New York. Xbox went on sale Tuedsay morning. Xbox 360 is at the center of a strategy that will also eventually tie in elements of Microsoft's new online initiative, called Windows Live, says company Chairman Bill Gates. (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it had received isolated reports of technical problems with its popular new Xbox 360 videogame system.


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Microsoft Seeks to Standardize Office Format (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) talks to Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson (R) in front of working displays of the new XBox 360 video game consoles at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. (Chris Goodenow/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is seeking to standardize the document format used for its popular Office products, partly in response to concerns that documents stored using its proprietary technology may be difficult to access in years to come.


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Microsoft Seeks Open Standard for Office File Formats (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Faced with increasing pressure from the public and private sector regarding long-term access to information, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is opening its Office file formats, seeking to make the technology an international standard.

Report: Windows Is Pacing The Server Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The worldwide server market grew at an 8.1 percent year-over-year rate in the third quarter paced by Microsoft Windows and Linux servers who continue to battle each other for customers, IDC says.

LG Ships DVR With Microsoft Program Guide To Retailers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - LG Electronics says major consumer electronic retailers have started selling an LG digital video recorder with Microsoft Corp.'s cable program guide.

Microsoft Makes RSS a Two-Way Street (PC World)
PC World - Proposed 'extensions' to specification allow multidirectional synchronization.

S.Korea delays Microsoft ruling (Reuters)
Software developers attend the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles, September 13, 2005. South Korea's anti-trust agency said on Wednesday it was delaying a long-awaited ruling on Microsoft Corp.'s business practices to next week, after the review committee failed to reach an agreement. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - South Korea's anti-trust agency said on Wednesday it was delaying a long-awaited ruling on Microsoft Corp.'s business practices to next week, after the review committee failed to reach an agreement.


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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 Promises To Patch IE Zero-Day Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has responded to reports of a critical zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer with a security advisory that promised a fix but not a timeline.

Microsoft Reports Isolated Xbox Glitches (AP)
A man plays with a floor sample of the Xbox 360 at a Toys R Us, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005 in New York. Xbox went on sale Tuedsay morning. Xbox 360 is at the center of a strategy that will also eventually tie in elements of Microsoft's new online initiative, called Windows Live, says company Chairman Bill Gates. (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it had received isolated reports of technical problems with its popular new Xbox 360 videogame system.


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Microsoft Seeks to Standardize Office Format (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) talks to Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson (R) in front of working displays of the new XBox 360 video game consoles at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. (Chris Goodenow/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is seeking to standardize the document format used for its popular Office products, partly in response to concerns that documents stored using its proprietary technology may be difficult to access in years to come.


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Bogus E-Mails Contain New 'Sober' Worm (AP)
AP - Austria's equivalent of the FBI said Tuesday that it is investigating a flurry of bogus e-mails sent in its name to people in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

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 Hopes to Reduce Movie Downloads (AP)
AP - Hollywood hopes that an agreement with the creator of BitTorrent software, popular for downloading pirated movies over the Internet, will reduce illegal traffic in online films.

Panel wants to log all EU phone calls, Internet use (Reuters)
Reuters - European Union lawmakers have voted to keep details of all EU-wide telephone calls and Internet use for six months to a year to help combat terrorism and serious crime.

Hollywood scribe writes "Gun" game (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood screenwriter Randall Jahnson hinted at his historian alter ego with his work on "The Doors" and "The Mask of Zorro." He therefore made the most of his first foray into the Wild West of video games with Activision's Western adventure, "Gun."

Nokia wins $141 mln network deal in India (Reuters)
Reuters - Finnish mobile equipment maker Nokia (NOK1V.HE) has won a $141 million mobile network expansion deal in North India with state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, it said in a statement on Thursday.

Browser Makers Band Together Against Phishers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Representatives from the most prominent browser makers -- including Microsoft and Mozilla -- recently gathered to discuss ways to make it clearer to users which Web sites are safe and which are fake.

Nintendo Reports Profit Drop (AP)
AP - Profit at Nintendo Co., which makes Super Mario video games and GameBoy Advance handheld machines, slipped 21 percent for the fiscal first half fell on year because of slumping sales of consoles and game software.

Panel wants to log all EU phone calls, Internet use (Reuters)
Reuters - European Union lawmakers have voted to keep details of all EU-wide telephone calls and Internet use for six months to a year to help combat terrorism and serious crime.

New Web Mail: More Polished, Powerful (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft, Yahoo, and Zimbra betas Preview Web mail's new desktop-like interface.

Internet gains more ground in holiday shopping (AFP)
A woman uses an e-ticket machine at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. More American consumers are leaving their cars at home and shopping online for the holidays in the face of high fuel costs, giving an extra boost to Internet shopping, analysts say(AFP/Getty Images/Mark Wilson)AFP - More American consumers are leaving their cars at home and shopping online for the holidays in the face of high fuel costs, giving an extra boost to Internet shopping, analysts say.


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Hollywood Hopes to Reduce Movie Downloads (AP)
AP - Hollywood hopes that an agreement with the creator of BitTorrent software, popular for downloading pirated movies over the Internet, will reduce illegal traffic in online films.

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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Craigslist Founder Slams U.S. Press, Hints at New Online News Project (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Saying U.S. newspapers "are afraid to talk truth to power," Craigslist founder Craig Newmark hinted that he's about to launch a major online journalism project within the next few months that will copy the successful "wisdom of the masses" approach to classified advertising and apply it to journalism.

Xbox 360 shortages prompt eBay bidding war (Reuters)
An aircraft hanger in the Mojave Desert is transformed for the 'XBox 360: Zero Hour' event in Palmdale, California November 20, 2005. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s scarce new Xbox 360 has sold out at most stores with many new owners flipping the video game consoles by the thousands on Web auction site eBay Inc. for almost twice the retail price.


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Hollywood Hopes BitTorrent Deal Will Reduce Illegal Movie Downloads (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Bram Cohen, designer of the popular peer-to-peer file-sharing technology, agreed to remove links to pirated versions of movies from his Web site, bittorrent.com, frustrating people who search for illegal copies of films.

Nurse reality show bids to reverse Calif. shortfall (Reuters)
Reuters - An Internet-based reality show about nurses made its debut on Wednesday in a bid to improve the image of the profession and attract more nurses to California.

Hollywood, BitTorrent Reach Agreement (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Hollywood's efforts to combat the illegal online distribution of protected video content got a shot in the arm with this week's decision by file-sharing software provider BitTorrent to cooperate on antipiracy efforts.

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