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Microsoft Xbox 360 takes aim at Sony in Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. begins selling its new Xbox 360 video game console in Japan on Saturday, launching its attack on the industry's third-biggest market and the home turf of market leader Sony Corp.

Round 2: Microsoft ready for Xbox rematch against Japanese foes (AFP)
Microsoft's new Xbox 360. On Saturday Microsoft will launch in Japan the next-generation Xbox 360 some months ahead of the PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Revolution, and in time for the Christmas rush(AFP/File/Odd Andersen)AFP - When Microsoft brought the first Xbox game console to the home turf of its Japanese arch-rivals in 2002 it was nearly two years behind Sony's PlayStation 2 and it has trailed behind ever since.


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Microsoft Delays Next Internet Explorer Release (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The next pre-release of Internet Explorer 7 won't arrive until sometime after the first of the year, conflicting with earlier statements. One likely explanation is that the software giant is working to integrate it with Windows Vista.

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.

RIM and NTP Resume Settlement Talks (AP)
AP - BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. has resumed settlement talks with NTP Inc. through a mediator, bolstering hopes for a truce in a patent battle that has threatened the popular BlackBerry e-mail service.

XBOX 360 GAMES: the Good, Bad and the Ugly (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 - If you've scored an Xbox 360, some actual games are going to be the next logical purchase — unless you auctioned it off for thousands of dollars on eBay.


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Businesses Rush for '.eu' Domain Name (AP)
A cyclist rides along a huge banner promoting the '.eu' domain name at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Friday, Dec. 2, 2005. The European Union expects a surge of applications next week when its EU-wide domain name .eu opens for registration. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe)AP - European businesses rushed to sign up for the new ".eu" Internet domain name, putting in 100,000 Web site applications by the end of its first day available, the group in charge of registering the requests said Thursday.


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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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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.

Google ad fraud plaintiff seeks to cut role in case (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Click Defense Inc., which had filed a lawsuit against Google Inc. claiming the Web search leader's advertising sales practices were fraudulent, said on Thursday it was seeking to withdraw as lead plaintiff in the suit in order to focus on its own business. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Click Defense Inc., which had filed a lawsuit against Google Inc. claiming the Web search leader's advertising sales practices were fraudulent, said on Thursday it was seeking to withdraw as lead plaintiff in the suit in order to focus on its own business.


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Microsoft Xbox 360 takes aim at Sony in Japan (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. begins selling its new Xbox 360 video game console in Japan on Saturday, launching its attack on the industry's third-biggest market and the home turf of market leader Sony Corp.

Matsushita to restructure mobile business (Reuters)
Reuters - Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (6752.T) said on Friday it will stop producing current-generation mobile phones for overseas markets and cut more than 1,000 related jobs, making it the latest Japanese handset manufacturer to scale back operations abroad.

Red Hat gains full control of Indian unit (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. computer software and services firm Red Hat Inc. said on Wednesday it had gained full control of its Indian venture after buying out the remaining 40 percent from its local partner for an undisclosed sum.

DivX offers Mac video encoding software (MacCentral)
MacCentral - DivX 6 for Mac is now available — a new version of the digital video compression technology that’s become increasingly widespread on PCs and on consumer DVD players. It’s available for download — a component that allows DivX movies to be encoded on the Mac is free, although the encoding software cost US$19.99 to register.

XBOX 360 GAMES: the Good, Bad and the Ugly (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 - If you've scored an Xbox 360, some actual games are going to be the next logical purchase — unless you auctioned it off for thousands of dollars on eBay.


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Google ad fraud plaintiff seeks to cut role in case (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Click Defense Inc., which had filed a lawsuit against Google Inc. claiming the Web search leader's advertising sales practices were fraudulent, said on Thursday it was seeking to withdraw as lead plaintiff in the suit in order to focus on its own business. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Click Defense Inc., which had filed a lawsuit against Google Inc. claiming the Web search leader's advertising sales practices were fraudulent, said on Thursday it was seeking to withdraw as lead plaintiff in the suit in order to focus on its own business.


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Yahoo to offer cheap PC-to-phone calls (Reuters)
A man speaks on his mobile phone while standing on a boat on the River Thames. Yahoo 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. (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. said 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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Gmail Gains 'Web Clips' Feature (PC World)
PC World - Update also offers HTML view, RSS support, shipment tracking.

IE 7 Release Apparently Slips (PC World)
PC World - Developers' blog says another test version will be posted for public trial in 2006.

E-Shoppers Crowd the Digital Malls (PC World)
PC World - Online shopping opens the holiday season up 24 percent.

Businesses Rush for '.eu' Domain Name (AP)
A cyclist rides along a huge banner promoting the '.eu' domain name at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Friday, Dec. 2, 2005. The European Union expects a surge of applications next week when its EU-wide domain name .eu opens for registration. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe)AP - European businesses rushed to sign up for the new ".eu" Internet domain name, putting in 100,000 Web site applications by the end of its first day available, the group in charge of registering the requests said Thursday.


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Microsoft Delays Next Internet Explorer Release (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The next pre-release of Internet Explorer 7 won't arrive until sometime after the first of the year, conflicting with earlier statements. One likely explanation is that the software giant is working to integrate it with Windows Vista.

Are you a sitting duck for bird flu? (USATODAY.com)
A boy feeds pigeons at a park in Bangkok. A five-year-old boy has died of bird flu in Thailand, marking the country's 14th death from the H5N1 virus, authorities said, as they launched an investigation into how he contracted the disease(AFP/Pornchai Kittiwongsakul)USATODAY.com - A cadre of prepared Americans believe it's important to be ready for a flu pandemic at least as deadly as the 1918 pandemic that killed roughly 50 million people worldwide, including 500,000 in the USA. These people are talking to neighbors and relatives, making contingency plans and discussing their concerns online.


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Once-brotherly image turns Big Brotherly (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Opponents long ago painted Wal-Mart, Microsoft and a handful of other behemoths into a rogue's gallery of too-powerful corporations needing government restraint. Now, a brash upstart with a "don't be evil" mantra may soon join them: online search giant Google.

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