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Xbox 360 Beats PlayStation to Japan Stores (AP)
This image from the video game 'Condemned: Criminal Origins' was provided by its publisher, Sega of America. This unique, thrilling action game gets the nod for best-looking game so far on the Xbox 360. As FBI investigator Agent Thomas, the player spends time cautiously wandering through abandoned subway terminals and other unsavory buildings filled with urban decay and murderous sociopaths who constantly lunge at you from dark corners. (AP Photo/Sega of America, Inc.)AP - Microsoft Corp. will get the jump on Sony this Saturday by introducing the next-generation Xbox 360 in its rival's backyard, but winning over Japan's notoriously finicky video game fans will be an uphill battle for the American interloper.


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Microsoft Gives Local Search a New View (PC World)
PC World - Virtual Earth becomes part of Windows Live Local service.

DOJ assails Korean judgment against Microsoft (MacCentral)
MacCentral - The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said Wednesday that South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) went too far in an antitrust judgment against Microsoft.

Microsoft's CEO will have to shop for his Xbox (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s Chief Executive Steve Ballmer will have to shop around for an Xbox 360 game console this holiday season just like the rest of us -- it doesn't come with his job.

US critiques South Korea decision in Microsoft case (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. officials on Wednesday criticized a decision by South Korean regulators forcing software giant Microsoft Corp. to separate its instant messaging service from the Windows operating system.

Microsoft Releases Dynamics CRM 3.0 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released a customer-relationship management (CRM) software package, called Dynamics CRM 3.0, that brings new marketing-management and service-scheduling features to the mix. The software also offers new configuration and integration capabilities designed to make it easier to customize the software.

Microsoft Ships Windows Server 2003 R2 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released Windows Server 2003 R2, an upgrade to its primary server operating system designed to deliver new capabilities for branch-office management, identity and access management, virtualization, and Web technologies.

Microsoft To Appeal Korean Antitrust Ruling (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft said Wednesday that it plans to appeal a decision against it by the Korean Fair Trade Commission, which complains about the software vendor's practice of "tying" Microsoft products to one another.

US calls South Korean action against Microsoft excessive (AFP)
People walking past a giant Microsoft logo.  The US government accused South Korean anti-trust regulators of being excessive in ordering Microsoft to strip out popular software tools from its Windows operating system.(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - The US government accused South Korean anti-trust regulators of being excessive in ordering Microsoft to strip out popular software tools from its Windows operating system.


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Microsoft To Lift Lid On Windows Live Local (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new online offering, which attempts to go Google one better, combines local search with Microsoft's Virtual Earth aerial-imaging service.

Xbox 360 Beats PlayStation to Japan Stores (AP)
This image from the video game 'Condemned: Criminal Origins' was provided by its publisher, Sega of America. This unique, thrilling action game gets the nod for best-looking game so far on the Xbox 360. As FBI investigator Agent Thomas, the player spends time cautiously wandering through abandoned subway terminals and other unsavory buildings filled with urban decay and murderous sociopaths who constantly lunge at you from dark corners. (AP Photo/Sega of America, Inc.)AP - Microsoft Corp. will get the jump on Sony this Saturday by introducing the next-generation Xbox 360 in its rival's backyard, but winning over Japan's notoriously finicky video game fans will be an uphill battle for the American interloper.


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MPAA Pushes for Tougher Bootlegging Laws (AP)
AP - Every evening rush hour, hustlers lugging bags full of bootlegged movies walk the subway train aisles, calling "two for five dollars!" as brazenly as if they were selling hot dogs at Yankee Stadium. At those prices, the DVDs, often of current Hollywood blockbusters, sell well, despite laughable sound and picture quality. Few customers seem to care the copies were made illegally.

FBI: Internet-Based Attacks Unlikely (AP)
The J. Edgar Hoover FBI building in an undated photo. The FBI on Monday said e-mails made to look like they come from the agency are warning computer users that the FBI is monitoring their Internet use. (File/Reuters)AP - Al-Qaida and other terror groups are more sophisticated in their use of computers but still are unable to mount crippling Internet-based attacks against U.S. power grids, airports and other targets, the FBI's top cyber crime official said Wednesday.


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Camera Can Wirelessly Relay Video, Audio (AP)
In this undated handout photo provided by Asher and Remington, the eyeball camera is seen. Police officers stepping into hostage standoffs and other dicey situations now have something new to throw into the mix, a baseball-sized camera that can be hurled from afar, survive the landing and wirelessly relay video and audio back to base for two hours. (AP Photo/Asher and Remington)AP - Police officers stepping into hostage standoffs and other dicey situations now have something new to throw into the mix — a baseball-sized camera that can be hurled from afar, survive the landing and wirelessly relay video and audio back to base for two hours.


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Iraq insurgents escalate war of words on cyber-battlefield (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Insurgents in Iraq have launched a publicity blitz. They increased the number of Web postings to 825 last month from 145 in January, according to the U.S. military. Most postings detail insurgent bombings or attacks on Iraqi and U.S. forces.

TiVo Execs Bet Google Ad Model Will Work On TV (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The theme of the year for media companies has been "on demand." From the video iPod to selling episodes of hit TV programs through video-on-demand services to the explosion of broadband programming, video is increasingly available when consumers want it. Now, advertisers are mulling whether their TV marketing messages can follow suit, and what it will take to get consumers to choose to watch them.

Intel Working on Rootkit Detection Techniques (PC World)
PC World - One possibility is to include a small chip on a PC's motherboard to monitor programs.

Verizon Wireless to deliver CBS clips to phones (Reuters)
Reuters - Verizon Wireless plans to start sending clips of popular CBS shows "CSI," "Survivor" and "Late Show with David Letterman" to mobile phones, marking CBS's first foray into wireless video, the companies said on Wednesday.

In Brief: Intalio acquires FiveSight (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Intalio announced it has acquired privately owned FiveSight Technologies, the company that brought to market the first open source implementation of OASIS' BPEL 2.0 specification.

Rampant software piracy stifles growth: survey (Reuters)
Reuters - Software piracy is rampant and hampering economic growth, and it is increasingly in the hands of organized groups which are regarded as legitimate businesses in some countries, a survey said on Thursday.

TiVo Execs Bet Google Ad Model Will Work On TV (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The theme of the year for media companies has been "on demand." From the video iPod to selling episodes of hit TV programs through video-on-demand services to the explosion of broadband programming, video is increasingly available when consumers want it. Now, advertisers are mulling whether their TV marketing messages can follow suit, and what it will take to get consumers to choose to watch them.

Yahoo undercuts Skype, telcos on voice call rates (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 on March 2, 2005. Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday the company plans to allow computer users to make and receive calls from phones at rates that undercut eBay-owned rival Skype and are significantly below traditional phone companies. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. said on Wednesday the company plans to allow computer users to make and receive calls from phones at rates that undercut eBay-owned rival Skype and are significantly below traditional phone companies.


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Sony Internet arm sets $286.4 million IPO (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Communication Network Corp. (SCN), an Internet subsidiary of Sony Corp., set its initial public offering price at the top of expectations on Thursday, valuing the flotation at $286.4 million.

New web site targets Hollywood peccadilloes (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online is putting a klieg light on Hollywood with Thursday's official launch of the Web site http://www.TMZ.com, which plans to break celebrity and entertainment news around the clock.

FBI: Internet-Based Attacks Unlikely (AP)
The J. Edgar Hoover FBI building in an undated photo. The FBI on Monday said e-mails made to look like they come from the agency are warning computer users that the FBI is monitoring their Internet use. (File/Reuters)AP - Al-Qaida and other terror groups are more sophisticated in their use of computers but still are unable to mount crippling Internet-based attacks against U.S. power grids, airports and other targets, the FBI's top cyber crime official said Wednesday.


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European Web Addresses Open for Business (AP)
AP - The European Union planted its flag in cyberspace Wednesday when the ".eu" Internet domain name opened for business.

Report: Bad Web Registrations Abound (AP)
AP - More than 5 percent of Internet address names issued in the United States are registered using "patently false" contact information, making it difficult or impossible to contact the sites' owners, according to report submitted to Congress.

Online comparison shopping nabs Web market share (Reuters)
Reuters - Comparison shopping Web sites have seen a surge in holiday visits this year, as more consumers look to the Internet to compare prices, a research company said on Wednesday.

Study: Internet Use on Rise in India (AP)
AP - The number of Internet users in India remains relatively low, but it has soared 54 percent over the past year to 38.5 million, and will jump to 100 million in two years, an industry study said.

Peppercoin, MasterCard Join Forces (AP)
AP - A new partnership with MasterCard Inc. marks the evolution of Peppercoin Inc., a company that once sought to spread a "micropayment" system for low-priced content on the Internet.

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