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Microsoft offering frequent previews of new Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is releasing preview versions of its new Windows Vista operating system about once a month in an effort to get more customer feedback than usual ahead of next year's launch, the company said on Tuesday.

Venture capitalist to startups: Don't pursue acquisition by Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Software startups at an industry event Tuesday received a clear message from the venture capital community and Microsoft: Do not automatically look to Microsoft as a rainmaker.

Massachusetts Reconsiders Microsoft Office (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has noted that the state is optimistic Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) will be able to meet its standard for an open format by the Commonwealth's January 2007 deadline.

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.

Microsoft Hires Cray Supercomputer Scientist (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has hired Cray supercomputer developer Burton Smith to work in its growing high performance computing (HPC) effort.

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 Enhances Hosted Messaging and Collaboration Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. today announced its Hosted Messaging and Collaboration (HMC) version 3.5, a hosted service that enables service providers to deliver enterprise-class email services, mobile device data access, team Web sites, and online presence information to small and midsize businesses (SMBs).

Mass. Flips, Sides With Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - In a reversal, the state government of Massachusetts has thrown its support to Microsoft in an ongoing battle over office software formats.

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

Microsoft Upgrades SMB Mobile Communications Product (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Adds e-mail support for mobile devices to its package for service providers.

Big Easy Launches Free Wireless System (AP)
Mayor Ray Nagin, center, administers the oath of office to Warren J. Riley, right, as the new Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department as Riley's daughter Morgan, left, looks on during a ceremony in New Orleans, La., Monday Nov. 28, 2005. Riley replaces Eddie Compass who resigned Sept. 27, 2005, four weeks after Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)AP - To help boost its stalled economy, hurricane-ravaged New Orleans is offering the nation's first free wireless Internet network owned and run by a major city.


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Internet Phone Providers Fall Short on 911 (AP)
AP - Vonage Holdings Corp., the nation's largest provider of Internet phone service, and several smaller companies could be barred from signing up new customers in many markets because they failed to meet a deadline to provide reliable emergency 911 service to all subscribers.

VeriSign, ICANN Face Antitrust Lawsuits (AP)
AP - Companies that sell and broker Internet domain names have filed two lawsuits against VeriSign Inc. and its oversight agency, accusing them of price-fixing and other anti-competitive practices.

SEC to Weigh Internet Material Proposal (AP)
AP - Shareholders would be able to get material from companies through the Internet on issues being put to a vote at annual meetings under a proposal made Tuesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

IBM Plays With Podcasts (PC World)
PC World - Experiments trim meetings, boost communications--inside and outside the company.

EBay traffic leads online shopping sites (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auction site eBay Inc. had double the traffic of Amazon.com Inc., its closest competitor among U.S. Web retail sites, at the start of the holiday online shopping season, according to data released on Tuesday.

Hollywood faces uncertain economic outlook: study (Reuters)
The main gate of Warner Bros. studios is seen in Burbank, California in this March 2000 file photograph. Hollywood faces uncertain prospects for jobs and growth in 2006 due to slowing DVD sales, the loss of local film and television production and looming labor talks, according to a report issued on Tuesday. (Rose Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood faces uncertain prospects for jobs and growth in 2006 due to slowing DVD sales, the loss of local film and television production and looming labor talks, according to a report issued on Tuesday.


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Hurricane-ravaged New Orleans gets Wi-Fi (Reuters)
Reuters - Hurricane-stricken New Orleans is largely destroyed and abandoned, but city officials said on Tuesday it will soon have universal wireless Internet service.

Eclipse developers to get AJAX access (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Developers accustomed to the Eclipse open source tools platform will have access to AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript plus XML) functionality from Genuitec.

Microsoft offering frequent previews of new Windows (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is releasing preview versions of its new Windows Vista operating system about once a month in an effort to get more customer feedback than usual ahead of next year's launch, the company said on Tuesday.

Big Easy Launches Free Wireless System (AP)
Mayor Ray Nagin, center, administers the oath of office to Warren J. Riley, right, as the new Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department as Riley's daughter Morgan, left, looks on during a ceremony in New Orleans, La., Monday Nov. 28, 2005. Riley replaces Eddie Compass who resigned Sept. 27, 2005, four weeks after Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton)AP - To help boost its stalled economy, hurricane-ravaged New Orleans is offering the nation's first free wireless Internet network owned and run by a major city.


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EBay traffic leads online shopping sites (Reuters)
Reuters - Online auction site eBay Inc. had double the traffic of Amazon.com Inc., its closest competitor among U.S. Web retail sites, at the start of the holiday online shopping season, according to data released on Tuesday.

Internet Phone Providers Fall Short on 911 (AP)
AP - Vonage Holdings Corp., the nation's largest provider of Internet phone service, and several smaller companies could be barred from signing up new customers in many markets because they failed to meet a deadline to provide reliable emergency 911 service to all subscribers.

VeriSign, ICANN Face Antitrust Lawsuits (AP)
AP - Companies that sell and broker Internet domain names have filed two lawsuits against VeriSign Inc. and its oversight agency, accusing them of price-fixing and other anti-competitive practices.

Voices of poets saved in online archive (Reuters)
Reuters - Historic recordings of Robert Browning and Alfred Tennyson reading their own poems feature in an online archive launched on Wednesday that aims to preserve the voices of contemporary English-language poets.

Hurricane-ravaged New Orleans gets Wi-Fi (Reuters)
Reuters - Hurricane-stricken New Orleans is largely destroyed and abandoned, but city officials said on Tuesday it will soon have universal wireless Internet service.

New Orleans logs on to bounce back (AFP)
It might be in ruins, starved of electricity and residents and remain defenseless against floods -- but New Orleans claimed the title of America's first wireless Internet city.  City Mayor Ray Nagin, pictured September 2005, launched a humming new wireless network which will initially serve the storied French Quarter and central business zone, two of the few areas left laregly untouched when Hurricane Katrina hit on August 29.(AFP/File/Robyn Beck)AFP - It might be in ruins, starved of electricity and residents and remain defenseless against floods -- but New Orleans claimed the title of America's first wireless Internet city.


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Google shares drop, biggest fall in year (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Shares in Web-search leader Google Inc. slid 4.7 percent on Tuesday, their biggest decline in a year, on concern that the outlook for holiday sales may not be as strong as investors had hoped. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Shares in Web-search leader Google Inc. slid 4.7 percent on Tuesday, their biggest decline in a year, on concern that the outlook for holiday sales may not be as strong as investors had hoped.


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Sony Adds RSS, Windows Media Audio to PSP (PC World)
PC World - PlayStation Portable firmware upgrade now available.

Report: Internet Turns Nation into Sellers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Internet is turning Americans into a nation of salespeople, with growing numbers of Internet users going online to make money from unwanted items.

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