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Microsoft to Add 3,000 Jobs in India (AP)
Chairman and founder of Microsoft Corp., Bill Gates, left, shakes his hand with Indian Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dayanidhi Maran, in New Delhi, India, Tuesday Dec. 6, 2005. Gates and Maran discussed various issues aimed at creating a more enabling environment for adoption of information technology across India. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said Wednesday that his company plans to add 3,000 jobs in India over the next three to four years, nearly doubling its workforce here.


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South Korea Watchdog Fines Microsoft $32M (AP)
AP - South Korean antitrust regulators on Wednesday ruled that Microsoft Corp. abused its market dominance, fined it $32 million, and ordered the software giant to offer alternative versions of Windows. Microsoft said it will fight the decision in court.

South Korean regulators fine Microsoft 32 million dollars (AFP)
Microsoft's Xbox 360 games consol as seen in Seoul. South Korean regulators have ruled that US software giant Microsoft has abused its market dominance and violated fair trade rules, fining the firm 32 million US dollars(AFP/File/Jung Yeon-Je)AFP - South Korean regulators have ruled US software giant Microsoft did abuse its market dominance and violated fair trade rules, fining the firm 33 billion won (32 million dollars).


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Microsoft plans to invest $1 bln in India (Reuters)
Microsoft chief Bill Gates (L) shakes hands with India's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Dayanidhi Maran in New Delhi December 6, 2005. (Kamal Kishore/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's largest software maker, plans to invest more than $1 billion in India, a source close to the firm told Reuters on Wednesday, joining other multinationals expanding operations in the fast-growing economy.


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Time Warner CEO Says AOL Is Not for Sale (AP)
AP - Time Warner Inc. is in discussions about finding a partner to boost advertising revenue at its America Online unit — but AOL is not for sale, Chief Executive Dick Parsons said Tuesday.

Microsoft touts Web apps boost through new OS (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's Web Platform for developing and deploying Web applications is being bolstered by the imminent shipment of Windows Server 2003 R2, a company official said on Tuesday.

AOL Could Be Poised To Assist Microsoft In Online Ad Service (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Rumors have swirled for months about Microsoft or Google making a deal with Time Warner's America Online. But the nature of the deal has kept everyone guessing.

Microsoft Office 12: Big Changes, Big Learning Curve (PC World)
PC World - Our hands-on look at latest beta of the most significant revision in a decade for venerable office suite.

Microsoft to Release Xbox 360 in Asia (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 videogame console will come out in several Asian countries early next year, months after it is released in Japan, the software maker said Monday.

Virtual Earth Becomes Windows Live Local (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft mapping service to provide higher quality images than Virtual Earth's.

Sony BMG Urges Security Fix for CDs (AP)
AP - Sony BMG Music Entertainment said Tuesday some 5.7 million of its CDs were shipped with anti-piracy technology that requires a new software patch to plug a potential security breach in computers used to play the CDs.

South Korea Watchdog Fines Microsoft $32M (AP)
AP - South Korean antitrust regulators on Wednesday ruled that Microsoft Corp. abused its market dominance, fined it $32 million, and ordered the software giant to offer alternative versions of Windows. Microsoft said it will fight the decision in court.

Microsoft to Add 3,000 Jobs in India (AP)
Chairman and founder of Microsoft Corp., Bill Gates, left, shakes his hand with Indian Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dayanidhi Maran, in New Delhi, India, Tuesday Dec. 6, 2005. Gates and Maran discussed various issues aimed at creating a more enabling environment for adoption of information technology across India. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said Wednesday that his company plans to add 3,000 jobs in India over the next three to four years, nearly doubling its workforce here.


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Time Warner CEO Says AOL Is Not for Sale (AP)
AP - Time Warner Inc. is in discussions about finding a partner to boost advertising revenue at its America Online unit — but AOL is not for sale, Chief Executive Dick Parsons said Tuesday.

Phony E-Mail Tricks eBay (PC World)
PC World - Phishing scam at first fools auction site, but not a customer.

GOP Lawmaker Favored in Calif. House Race (AP)
AP - A GOP state lawmaker was leading in the race fill the nation's only vacant congressional seat late Tuesday, and voters threw the Spokane, Wash., mayor out of office amid allegations he used a city computer to woo gay men over the Internet.

Microsoft to Release Xbox 360 in Asia (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 videogame console will come out in several Asian countries early next year, months after it is released in Japan, the software maker said Monday.

BellSouth's revenue to grow on wireless (Reuters)
Biloxi residents use a phone setup by BellSouth to place calls as phone service, power and other essentials are being re-installed on September 11, 2005 in Biloxi, Mississippi. BellSouth Corp. expects 2006 revenue growth in line with Wall Street estimates as an expanding wireless business offsets ongoing weakness in traditional phone services, a top executive said on Tuesday. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - BellSouth Corp. expects 2006 revenue growth in line with Wall Street estimates as an expanding wireless business offsets ongoing weakness in traditional phone services, a top executive said on Tuesday.


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XenSource Updates Virtualization Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Open-source technology provider XenSource has introduced virtualization software designed to help enterprises manage the growing number of virtual server deployments in their data centers.

South Korean regulators fine Microsoft 32 million dollars (AFP)
Microsoft's Xbox 360 games consol as seen in Seoul. South Korean regulators have ruled that US software giant Microsoft has abused its market dominance and violated fair trade rules, fining the firm 32 million US dollars(AFP/File/Jung Yeon-Je)AFP - South Korean regulators have ruled US software giant Microsoft did abuse its market dominance and violated fair trade rules, fining the firm 33 billion won (32 million dollars).


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GOP Lawmaker Favored in Calif. House Race (AP)
AP - A GOP state lawmaker was leading in the race fill the nation's only vacant congressional seat late Tuesday, and voters threw the Spokane, Wash., mayor out of office amid allegations he used a city computer to woo gay men over the Internet.

The Madness of CBS: free online college hoops games (Reuters)
CBS Sports will offer out-of-market basketball games for free online during NCAA March Madness on CSTV.com (Reuters)Reuters - CBS Sports will offer out-of-market basketball games for free online during NCAA March Madness.


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Time Warner CEO Says AOL Is Not for Sale (AP)
AP - Time Warner Inc. is in discussions about finding a partner to boost advertising revenue at its America Online unit — but AOL is not for sale, Chief Executive Dick Parsons said Tuesday.

NBC, Apple Ink iTunes Deal on TV Shows (AP)
Apple CEO Steve Jobs in London during the launch of the European iTunes online music store June 15, 2004. General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal and Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday said they would make several NBC-owned television shows, such as 'The Office' and 'Law & Order,' available on the iTunes music store. REUTERS/Matt DunhamAP - NBC Universal has inked a deal with Apple Computer Inc. to become the second network to sell television shows a la carte on Apple's online iTunes store, the companies announced Tuesday.


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ICANN Gives Tentative OK on '.asia' Domain (AP)
AP - The quasi-governmental organization that oversees the Internet has tentatively approved a ".asia" Web domain to unify the Asia-Pacific community, but the group has delayed a decision on whether to move forward with a ".xxx" zone for pornography sites.

RealNetworks to Offer Rhapsody Service (AP)
AP - RealNetworks Inc. to launch a Web-based version of its Rhapsody subscription music service, becoming the latest company hoping to capitalize on growing consumer interest in software and services that can be accessed anywhere via the Internet.

Radio Industry to Roll Out Digital Radio (AP)
AP - The radio industry, in a move to take on growing competition from satellite radio, iPods and the Internet, has formed an alliance to step up the rollout of digital radio.

Group: Online Content Cannot Remain Free (AP)
AP - European publishers warned Tuesday that they cannot keep allowing Internet search engines such as Google Inc. to make money from their content.

News Corp. Expands Its Online Strategy (AP)
AP - Ross Levinsohn, the Internet chief at News Corp., told investors Tuesday the company was considering teaming up with a partner in sponsored search as it expands its online strategy.

Wikipedia Tightens Submission Rules (AP)
John Seigenthaler, a one-time administrative assistant to Robert Kennedy, works in his office on Monday, Dec. 5, 2005 in Nashville, Tenn.  Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that allows anyone to contribute articles, is tightening its rules for submitting entries following the disclosure that it ran a piece falsely implicating Seigenthaler in the Kennedy assassinations. Siegenthaler, USA Today's first editorial director, chairman emeritus and retired publisher and editor at the Tennessean in Nashville and a former president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, said that Wikipedia's biography of him has been changed to remove the false accusations. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia to which anyone can contribute, is tightening submission rules after a prominent journalist complained that an article falsely implicated him in the Kennedy assassinations.


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