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Skype 2.0 Offers Free Video Calling (AP)
AP - Skype is upgrading its popular Internet telephone service to add video calling and a toolbar for Microsoft Outlook to find and dial contacts with a click.

Microsoft Readies Online Classifieds Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. is testing internally an online classifieds service that would enable people to sell personal items over the company's instant messaging, social networking or local search services.

Microsoft Develops Classified Service (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is developing an online classified service to compete with the likes of Craigslist and becoming the latest company to capitalize on growing consumer interest in buying and selling everything from cars to baby-sitting services on the Web.

Microsoft Launches Security Service Test (AP)
Software developers attend the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. 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. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is offering the public a free test version of its new service for protecting consumers from viruses and other Internet threats.


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Microsoft to Test Classified Ad Service (PC World)
PC World - Software giant to test a Craigslist.org-type service by year's end.

Microsoft Goes Live with OneCare Security Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has opened the beta of OneCare to the general public, inviting Windows users everywhere to test the new all-in-one security suite that provides integrated antivirus, antispyware, and firewall capabilities. Redmond had originally restricted the trial to a select number of testers.

Microsoft Updates Collaboration Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is now offering small and midsize businesses (SMBs) services that the company had previously reserved only for larger companies. The software giant unveiled a new version of its Hosted Messaging and Collaboration platform that is designed to provide SMBs with e-mail management, mobile data access, and functionality similar to that deployed by enterprises with deep pockets.

Microsoft lets consumers try new security service (Reuters)
Microsoft founder and Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a conference in Tel Aviv October 26, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday started giving computer users the chance to test its new security service as the world's largest software maker took its biggest step yet into the lucrative consumer security market. (Ariel Schalit/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday started giving computer users the chance to test its new security service as the world's largest software maker took its biggest step yet into the lucrative consumer security market.


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Microsoft To Update 'Windows Live' Web Mail Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft plans to release this week a new version of its Windows Live web mail that's currently in beta, the company said Wednesday.

Microsoft Opens OneCare Test (PC World)
PC World - Prerelease versions of security program are available for free download.

Judge May Halt BlackBerry Service in U.S. (AP)
The BlackBerry 7100t is displayed during the 3GSM World Congress 2005 in a Cannes, France file photo from Feb. 15, 2005. A federal judge ruled invalid Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005, a $450 million settlement between a small patent holding firm and the maker of BlackBerry e-mail devices, Research in Motion Ltd. U.S. District Judge James R. Spencer's decision is a victory for NTP Inc., an Arlington, Va.  company that maintains the technology behind the popular BlackBerry infringes on its patents. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)AP - A federal judge has rejected Research In Motion Ltd.'s effort to settle a patent case and moved a step closer to reissuing an injunction that threatens BlackBerry e-mail service in the United States.


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Skype 2.0 Offers Free Video Calling (AP)
AP - Skype is upgrading its popular Internet telephone service to add video calling and a toolbar for Microsoft Outlook to find and dial contacts with a click.

Samsung Pleads Guilty in Price-Fixing Case (AP)
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Chief Financial Officer Dahm Huh tries to block his face as he leaves a San Francisco Federal Building, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005 after Samsung, the world's largest maker of memory chips, pleaded guilty to a charge it participated in a price-fixing conspiracy that damaged competitors and increased computer prices. Samsung agreed to pay a $300 million fine, the second-largest criminal antitrust fine ever. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Samsung, the world's largest maker of computer memory chips, has pleaded guilty to a charge it conspired with other companies to fix the price of chips used in personal computers and other electronic devices, boosting the cost to consumers.


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Grateful Dead to Allow Free Web Downloads (AP)
Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead smiles as he plays in Highgate, Vt., in this July 1994 file photo. A nonprofit group hopes to raise more than $100,000 when it auctions a subzero degree freezer, stereo cabinets and other home appliances that once belonged to Jerry Garcia, lead guitarist of the rock band The Grateful Dead.  The items, which also include toilets, cupboards and a dishwasher, will be available for bidding on the online auction site eBay from Dec. 18 through Dec. 24, 2005. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)AP - What a short, strange trip it was. After the Grateful Dead angered some of its biggest fans by asking a nonprofit Web site to halt the free downloading of its concert recordings, the psychedelic jam band changed its mind Wednesday.


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Firefox Faces Uphill Battle, Analysts Predict (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - News Analysis: Despite handing out positive reviews over the latest version of the open-source Firefox Web browser, market watchers are saying that the Mozilla Foundation will need to publicize the product heavily in order to lure new users.

Make Free PC Video Calls With Skype's New Software (PC World)
PC World - The Internet telephone innovator announces Skype 2 software with video calling and other improvements.

Japan Abandons 'IPod Tax' Idea (AP)
AP - Japan is forgoing a copyright law revision to charge royalties on digital music players — a proposal dubbed the "iPod tax" — after discussions in a government panel produced no consensus on ways to police violations.

France's top mobile operators slapped for market collusion (AFP)
People walk past a mobile phone shop in Paris. France's three mobile telecommunications operators faced a heavy bill after competition authorities slapped them with a record fine for five years of market collusion. The Competition Council ordered Orange, SFR and Bouygues Telecom to pay a cumulative 534 million euros (630 million dollars) for what the council called 'particularly serious' practices that had caused 'great damage to the economy'(AFP/File/Damien Meyer)AFP - France's three mobile telecommunications operators faced a heavy bill after competition authorities slapped them with a record fine for five years of market collusion.


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Sun broadens its open source shift (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Bowing to the open source mantra, Sun Microsystems officials on Wednesday said the company is packaging multiple software products from its catalog as the Solaris Enterprise System, anchored by the Solaris OS, and offering it all for free.

Sun to bundle software, offer as free downloads (Reuters)
Reuters - Sun Microsystems Inc. said on Wednesday it will bundle much of its software and provide it free to customers, the latest tweak by the computer maker to its business model in an effort to return to growth.

Grateful Dead to Allow Free Web Downloads (AP)
Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead smiles as he plays in Highgate, Vt., in this July 1994 file photo. A nonprofit group hopes to raise more than $100,000 when it auctions a subzero degree freezer, stereo cabinets and other home appliances that once belonged to Jerry Garcia, lead guitarist of the rock band The Grateful Dead.  The items, which also include toilets, cupboards and a dishwasher, will be available for bidding on the online auction site eBay from Dec. 18 through Dec. 24, 2005. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)AP - What a short, strange trip it was. After the Grateful Dead angered some of its biggest fans by asking a nonprofit Web site to halt the free downloading of its concert recordings, the psychedelic jam band changed its mind Wednesday.


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Make Free PC Video Calls With Skype's New Software (PC World)
PC World - The Internet telephone innovator announces Skype 2 software with video calling and other improvements.

Skype 2.0 Offers Free Video Calling (AP)
AP - Skype is upgrading its popular Internet telephone service to add video calling and a toolbar for Microsoft Outlook to find and dial contacts with a click.

Skype offers Web video phone-calling feature (Reuters)
Reuters - Skype, the international Web calling phenomenon acquired by eBay Inc., said on Thursday it is adding high-resolution video picture phone features to its free telephone replacement service.

AT&T, BellSouth debut Yellowpages.com venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Telephone operators BellSouth Corp. and AT&T Inc. unveiled their improved online directory, Yellowpages.com LLC, on Thursday, going head-to-head against Internet heavyweights Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.

Microsoft Readies Online Classifieds Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. is testing internally an online classifieds service that would enable people to sell personal items over the company's instant messaging, social networking or local search services.

Centro Zeroes In On Local Online Media (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - A new buying service aims to make it easier for media agencies to target ads to local markets without the headache of dealing with thousands of small Web sites individually.

Web Archive Open for Hurricane Sites (AP)
A sign displayed on highway 23, near New Orleans, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005 in Homeplace, La. expresses feelings about Hurricane Katrina.  Clean up continues from the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. Wednesday is the last day of Hurricane Season.(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)AP - The Internet Archive is preserving more than 25 million Web pages relating to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita from some 1,500 news, online journals and other sites.


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Icahn warns Time Warner over loss in AOL deal (Reuters)
Carl Icahn speaks at the Reuters Corporate Reform Summit in Times Square New York February 18, 2004. Icahn on Wednesday told New York analysts he would hold the Time Warner Inc. board members 'personally responsible' if they forge a deal for America Online that values the Internet provider too cheaply. (Henny Ray Abrams/Reuters)Reuters - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn on Wednesday told New York analysts he would hold the Time Warner Inc. board members "personally responsible" if they forge a deal for America Online that values the Internet provider too cheaply.


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Microsoft Develops Classified Service (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is developing an online classified service to compete with the likes of Craigslist and becoming the latest company to capitalize on growing consumer interest in buying and selling everything from cars to baby-sitting services on the Web.

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