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Digital River Down on Microsoft Plan (AP)
AP - Digital River Inc. stock fell Monday after Microsoft Corp. announced it will begin providing companies with free software deployment tools, which could limit the growth of a deployment deal between the two companies.

Services Microsoft Should, Could (and Just Might) Develop (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Reading between the lines of Ray Ozzie's services memo, here are the dozen-plus Microsoft deliverables we think will surface first.

Microsoft Updates Hosted Apps Suite (PC World)
PC World - Collaboration services for small and midsize businesses enhanced.

Windows Live takes a breath (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Windows Live is now showing vital signs. Microsoft last week introduced a test version of a hosted e-mail and IM service as part of the beta release of Windows Live. The new services may placate doubters who criticized Microsoft earlier this month, when Windows Live launched with little more to offer than services similar to those currently available through MSN.

Microsoft plans 300,000 Xbox 360s at Europe launch (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. Microsoft will have around 300,000 of its new Xbox 360 games console available for its European launch on December 2, a Microsoft executive said in an interview published on Sunday. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft will have around 300,000 of its new Xbox 360 games console available for its European launch on December 2, a Microsoft executive said in an interview published on Sunday.


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Microsoft loses money on each Xbox (Reuters)
Dan Friedman (L), 26, of Bellevue, Washington buys the first Xbox 360 video game console as he talks to Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (R) at a Best Buy store in Bellevue November 22, 2005. (Chris Goodenow/Reuters)Reuters - The cost of building a Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console is nearly 40 percent higher than the retail price, technology and microchip research company iSuppli said on Wednesday.


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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 Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. Microsoft will have around 300,000 of its new Xbox 360 games console available for its European launch on December 2, a Microsoft executive said in an interview published on Sunday. (Fred Prouser/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 - Microsoft Windows servers recorded revenue of $4.6 billion, representing the largest single segment of the server market, a new IDC study says.

Deadline Passes for Internet Phone Service (AP)
AP - Companies that provide Internet-based phone service may find themselves disconnected from new customers after missing a government deadline to provide reliable emergency 911 service.

N.C. Judge Declines Protection for Diebold (AP)
AP - One of the nation's leading suppliers of electronic voting machines may decide against selling new equipment in North Carolina after a judge declined Monday to protect it from criminal prosecution should it fail to disclose software code as required by state law.

Agency Weighs Single-Letter Web Addresses (AP)
AP - Although Internet domain names may be getting longer or more complex as Web sites creatively squeeze into the crowded ".com" address space, most single-letter names like "a.com" and "b.com" remain unused. That may soon change as the Internet's key oversight agency considers lifting restrictions on the simplest of names.

Texas Instruments Testing New Phone Chips (AP)
AP - Texas Instruments Inc. says it is testing two new semiconductor chipsets that could mark the next step in making so-called third-generation mobile phones more affordable and widely available.

REVIEW: Video Projectors Break New Ground (AP)
A Mitsubishi Corp. PocketProjector, foreground, and Hasbro Inc.'s Zoombox, are shown in this photograph in New York, Friday Nov. 18, 2005. For most people, video projectors have so far been something they want to steal from the conference room and take home, rather than buy. For home use, they're just too expensive for what they do. Two projectors that will come out in December change that equation, and point to fun places video projection technology can go. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - For most people, video projectors are something to covet rather than to buy: They're good for office conference rooms, but too pricey for what they do to justify buying for the home.


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Bargain-hungry shoppers to boost Web holiday sales (Reuters)
Reuters - Online holiday shopping is poised for another record year, analysts say, though much of the double-digit percentage gain is expected to come from the same deep discounts and promotions driving traditional retail sales this season.

TiVo will let subscribers choose ads (Reuters)
The TiVo user interface is seen in a promotional image. TiVo on Monday said it is working on technology that lets viewers search for specific advertisements. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - TiVo will soon offer subscribers a way to customize some of the ads they receive -- and offer advertisers a way to make sure they're targeting consumers who want what they're pitching.


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Cable Firms Hope To Mesh Voice, Wi-Fi (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - An emerging technology called mesh networking could help cities and cable companies, separately, knit together wireless networks.

Who's Afraid of Open-Source Office? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - For the past 20 years Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has been pushing its Office productivity suite, which is a major reason why it has become so entrenched in the business environment. Each time an alternative has shown up, the software giant typically has adapted to these competitive threats by shifting its focus with ease.

Sony To Put Parental Controls in PlayStation 3 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sony (NYSE: SNE) will be placing parental controls in the forthcoming PlayStation 3, falling in line with other video-game console makers that have promised parents the feature, according to the Entertainment Software Association.

Deadline Passes for Internet Phone Service (AP)
AP - Companies that provide Internet-based phone service may find themselves disconnected from new customers after missing a government deadline to provide reliable emergency 911 service.

Agency Weighs Single-Letter Web Addresses (AP)
AP - Although Internet domain names may be getting longer or more complex as Web sites creatively squeeze into the crowded ".com" address space, most single-letter names like "a.com" and "b.com" remain unused. That may soon change as the Internet's key oversight agency considers lifting restrictions on the simplest of names.

Bargain-hungry shoppers to boost Web holiday sales (Reuters)
Reuters - Online holiday shopping is poised for another record year, analysts say, though much of the double-digit percentage gain is expected to come from the same deep discounts and promotions driving traditional retail sales this season.

MLB Web Site to Manage WCSN Web Site (AP)
AP - Major League Baseball's Web site is investing in the World Championship Sports Network and taking over management of its Internet operation.

Major League Baseball expands Net coverage (Reuters)
Reuters - Major League Baseball's internet unit plans to announce on Tuesday it has invested in a company that will expand its coverage to 40 international sports, company executives said.

Hotlines: AOL, 'Gastineau Girls' Pair Up for Product Integration, Podcasts (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - In a deal that includes advertising, product integration and exclusive online programming, America Online will tie-in with E! Networks' The Gastineau Girls' second season.

eBay exec to head Skype in N. America (Reuters)
Reuters - Skype, the popular international Web-based calling service which eBay Inc. recently acquired, on Monday named eBay executive Henry Gomez to run its newly formed North American business.

Google Tests Pay-Per-Call Ads (PC World)
PC World - Search giant joins AOL, Verizon, and Yahoo in interest in new ad model.

Supreme court will hear eBay appeal (Reuters)
Meg Whitman, president and CEO of EBAY in Las Vegas November 14, 2001. The Supreme Court said on Monday that it would consider an appeal by online auctioneer eBay Inc. in its patent battle with MercExchange, a developer of e-commerce technology. (Mike Blake/Files/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. Supreme Court said on Monday that it would consider an appeal by online auctioneer eBay Inc. in a case that could determine when it is appropriate to grant an injunction against a patent infringer.


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'Spam' e-mail filters getting better - FTC (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. Microsoft will have around 300,000 of its new Xbox 360 games console available for its European launch on December 2, a Microsoft executive said in an interview published on Sunday. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - E-mail "spammers" are aggressive as ever but Internet providers are getting better at blocking junk messages before they reach users' inboxes, according to a U.S. Federal Trade Commission study released on Monday.


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