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Microsoft Under Pressure for Timely Vista Release (PC World)
PC World - Customers pay for software updates, but some feel they don't receive regular releases, analysts say.

Microsoft Set To Debut Free Classifieds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Looking to cash in on the lucrative online-trading market, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is testing a classified advertising service that will let MSN users buy and sell merchandise on the Internet.

New Microsoft Tool Helps Manage Your E-Mail (PC World)
PC World - Free SNARF tool sorts messages in order of 'social' importance.

Microsoft Touts Vista's Restart Manager Feature (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's Jim Allchin says the feature is expected to allow users to update the operating system or applications without having to reboot.

Microsoft Move Eases Some Criticism (AP)
AP - Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears to be having second thoughts about abandoning Microsoft software on state computers in favor of a rival open-source format.

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)
Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman and co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation speaks November 2005. The Foundation said it will spend 84.3 million dollars to prevent childhood infectious diseases and newborn illnesses in 18 developing countries(AFP/File/Stan Honda)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.

RIM Makes Progress in BlackBerry Battle (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 - Research In Motion Ltd. appears to have drawn a small boost in the BlackBerry patent battle after several setbacks as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued another preliminary rejection against one of the patents RIM was found to have violated.


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Verizon to Offer Service for Cell Phones (AP)
AP - Verizon Wireless has signed on as the first cellular carrier that will offer a broadcast TV network for mobile phones that Qualcomm Inc. plans to launch in late 2006.

EU Expects Rush for '.eu' Domain Name (AP)
AP - The European Union expects a surge of applications next week when its ".eu" regional domain name opens for registration.

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.

Phishers Pose as IRS Agents (PC World)
PC World - Security glitch enables hackers to usurp government sites and mislead users into revealing personal data.

Yahoo using online behavior to target ads (Reuters)
Yahoo! co-founders Jerry Yang (C) and David Filo (R) pose with chief executive Terry Semel in front of the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square in New York March 2, 2005. Yahoo aims to boost the effectiveness of its advertising -- and rates -- by targeting ads to users based on their surfing behavior on its site, the company's advertising sales chief said on Thursday. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. aims to boost the effectiveness of its advertising -- and rates -- by targeting ads to users based on their surfing behavior on its site, the company's advertising sales chief said on Thursday.


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Long wait as Xbox 360 goes on sale in Britain (AFP)
Customer tries an Xbox 360 demo version at a store in San Francisco, California. More than 200 gaming fans braved a wet night on London's streets as US computer giant Microsoft launched its Xbox 360 games console in Britain(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - More than 200 gaming fans braved a wet night on London's streets as US computer giant Microsoft launched its Xbox 360 games console in Britain.


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With New Network, Verizon And Qualcomm Look To Bring Live TV To Phones (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Verizon Wireless says it will offer live broadcast TV and other video services via a new wireless network that Qualcomm plans to build.

Free Software Foundation Begins Overhaul of GPL (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Free Software Foundation (FSF) plans to revise the license that regulates the use of open-source software. A draft version of the GNU General Public License will be released in January.

Sun Giving Away Enterprise Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) has announced it will provide software for free in an effort to create more interest in the company's services.

Yahoo using online behavior to target ads (Reuters)
Yahoo! co-founders Jerry Yang (C) and David Filo (R) pose with chief executive Terry Semel in front of the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square in New York March 2, 2005. Yahoo aims to boost the effectiveness of its advertising -- and rates -- by targeting ads to users based on their surfing behavior on its site, the company's advertising sales chief said on Thursday. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. aims to boost the effectiveness of its advertising -- and rates -- by targeting ads to users based on their surfing behavior on its site, the company's advertising sales chief said on Thursday.


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Microsoft Set To Debut Free Classifieds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Looking to cash in on the lucrative online-trading market, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is testing a classified advertising service that will let MSN users buy and sell merchandise on the Internet.

Industry Groups Sue VeriSign, ICANN (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Two domain name industry groups are challenging the recent deal between VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN) and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) that gives VeriSign control over the .com and .net registries for several more years.

No decision yet on Internet domain for sex sites (Reuters)
Reuters - The fate of the proposed .xxx Internet domain for sex sites, which has drawn fire from U.S. conservative groups, remains in limbo, according to the head of the group that oversees the Web domain system.

Fox open to iTunes deal - co-chairman (Reuters)
Apple computers are seen on the opening day of Paris Apple Expo, September 20, 2005. Fox Filmed Entertainment is open to a deal with Apple Computer's iTunes music and video service, its co-chairman said on Thursday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Fox Filmed Entertainment is open to a deal with Apple Computer's iTunes music and video service, its co-chairman said on Thursday.


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Warner Music 4th-quarter loss narrows (Reuters)
A man browses a music store. Warner Music Group Corp. on Thursday posted a smaller quarterly loss, as the iPod craze and an increase in Internet downloads helped boost revenue 13 percent, beating analysts' forecasts. (File/Reuters)Reuters - Warner Music Group Corp. on Thursday posted a smaller quarterly loss, as the iPod craze and an increase in Internet downloads helped boost revenue 13 percent, beating analysts' forecasts.


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IMG looking at acquisitions (Reuters)
Reuters - Sports management and production company IMG is considering starting a fashion Web portal and buying more sports events worldwide as it uses newfound financial strength after its acquisition by a private equity firm, Vice Chairman Robert Kain said on Thursday.

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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Va. Pilot Unit Starts Video Web Site (AP)
AP - Virginian-Pilot Interactive Media, a division of The Virginian-Pilot newspaper, began a video-only Web site Thursday.

Attackers Target Unpatched IE Bug (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft warns of browser flaw that surfaces with Web sites that use JavaScript.

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