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Microsoft unleashes new Xbox in Japan to lukewarm reaction (AFP)
Customers queue for Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video game console in Tokyo. US software giant Microsoft has gone on the offensive on the home turf of its Japanese rivals, launching its new Xbox 360 console ahead of the holiday season(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - US software giant Microsoft went on the offensive on the home turf of its Japanese rivals Saturday, launching its sleek new Xbox 360 console ahead of the holiday season in a tough battle for business.


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Microsoft Launches Xbox 360 in Japan (AP)
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.

Microsoft launches Xbox 360 console in Japan (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing Peter Moore (L) hands the company's new Xbox 360 video game console to a Japanese customer over the counter after an early morning launch in Tokyo December 10, 2005. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is counting on the online gaming capability and high-definition graphics of its Xbox 360 console to win a new following in Japan, a key market in its quest to unseat Sony Corp. as the dominant game console maker, a senior executive said on Friday.


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Microsoft Puts Clamps on Software Pirate (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - An investigation by Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) into an online sales organization that sold some $5.25 million worth of counterfeit software to UK customers has resulted in the shutdown of that purveyor of pirated goods.

Forecast 2006: Hackers May Hit Mobile Devices, Cisco Routers, Microsoft Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Malware has thrived on PCs and servers, but Symantec expects hackers to go after new types of devices, such as routers, switches, and back-up systems, in the coming year.

Bill Gates launches hunt for top Indian technology students (AFP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates launched a talent hunt for India's top technology students and urged software developers to cash in on the digital age.(AFP/Manan Vatsyayana)AFP - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates launched a talent hunt for India's top technology students and urged software developers to cash in on the digital age.


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Microsoft To Fix Two Flaws Next Week (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft will release two security fixes for Windows next Tuesday, at least one of which will be tagged "critical" by the Redmond, Wash.-based developer.

Microsoft Offers Free Software For Small Retailers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. is giving small retailers in the United States free add-in software to integrate Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting 2006 with either Microsoft Point of Sale or Microsoft Retail Management System.

Microsoft Xbox 360 takes aim at Sony in Japan (Reuters)
XBox 360 video game consoles are seen at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. 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. (Chris Goodenow/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.


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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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Gradeschoolers Learning on Handhelds (AP)
AP - Aesop's fables came beaming across the classroom and landed in Eva Hernandez's Palm handheld. On the bottom floor of Ridgeview Elementary School, she sat scrolling, using her stylus to navigate through through "The Flies and the Honeypot."

'Integrity' Tops Web Dictionary's Lookups (AP)
AP - In a year filled with political wrangling, natural disasters and pop culture curiosities, Americans turned to Merriam-Webster to help define it all.

Yahoo Acquires Social Network Del.icio.us (AP)
AP - In its latest acquisition of a social networking service, Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. on Friday devoured del.icio.us Inc., a startup that enables people to more easily compile and share their favorite content on the Web.

Court Rules Against Mom in Download Suit (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court late Friday upheld the music industry's $22,500 judgment against a Chicago mother caught illegally distributing songs over the Internet.

BlackBerry Settlement Talks Continue (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.

Microsoft launches Xbox 360 console in Japan (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing Peter Moore (L) hands the company's new Xbox 360 video game console to a Japanese customer over the counter after an early morning launch in Tokyo December 10, 2005. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is counting on the online gaming capability and high-definition graphics of its Xbox 360 console to win a new following in Japan, a key market in its quest to unseat Sony Corp. as the dominant game console maker, a senior executive said on Friday.


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Microsoft unleashes new Xbox in Japan to lukewarm reaction (AFP)
Customers queue for Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video game console in Tokyo. US software giant Microsoft has gone on the offensive on the home turf of its Japanese rivals, launching its new Xbox 360 console ahead of the holiday season(AFP/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - US software giant Microsoft went on the offensive on the home turf of its Japanese rivals Saturday, launching its sleek new Xbox 360 console ahead of the holiday season in a tough battle for business.


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Alltel to Expand Core Business With Deal (AP)
Alltel Corp. CEO Scott Ford speaks to company employees outside the company's Little Rock, Ark., headquarters in a file photo from April 22, 2005. Alltel Corp., one of the nation's largest telecom service providers to rural areas, said it plans to become a pure wireless company by spinning off its wireline business and merging those operations with Valor Communications Group Inc. in a deal worth about $4.9 billion plus debt.  (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)AP - Alltel Corp. said Friday a $4.9 billion deal to spin off its telephone division to shareholders will enable it to expand its core wireless business.


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SugarCRM to release version 4.0 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Calling it a release that favorably compares with CRM solutions from Salesforce.com or Siebel, open source ISV SugarCRM unveiled SugarSuite 4.0 this week.

QuickLogic Shares Climb on Upbeat Rating (AP)
AP - QuickLogic Corp. shares rose sharply Friday after a Wall Street firm highlighted the prospect that the company's logic chips could be used with low-power software in consumer goods.

Yahoo Acquires Social Network Del.icio.us (AP)
AP - In its latest acquisition of a social networking service, Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. on Friday devoured del.icio.us Inc., a startup that enables people to more easily compile and share their favorite content on the Web.

Microsoft launches Xbox 360 console in Japan (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp's Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Publishing Peter Moore (L) hands the company's new Xbox 360 video game console to a Japanese customer over the counter after an early morning launch in Tokyo December 10, 2005. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is counting on the online gaming capability and high-definition graphics of its Xbox 360 console to win a new following in Japan, a key market in its quest to unseat Sony Corp. as the dominant game console maker, a senior executive said on Friday.


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Court Rules Against Mom in Download Suit (AP)
AP - A federal appeals court late Friday upheld the music industry's $22,500 judgment against a Chicago mother caught illegally distributing songs over the Internet.

CNN pours into broadband Pipeline (Reuters)
Reuters - CNN has finally joined the broadband big leagues, lifting the veil on an extreme makeover of its Web site that has been in the works for more than a year.

'NY Times' Hires OPA's Michael Zimbalist for New R&D Position (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The New York Times Company's announcement that it is hiring Online Publishers Association (OPA) President Michael Zimbalist to head up its newly created research and development operation seems to signal a new forward-thinking era for the news industry.

Yahoo acquires shared bookmark site Del.icio.us (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc., the world's largest Internet media site, had agreed to acquire Del.icio.us, a popular Web site that helps users share links to their favorite Web sites, the site's founder said on Friday.

Microsoft Puts Clamps on Software Pirate (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - An investigation by Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) into an online sales organization that sold some $5.25 million worth of counterfeit software to UK customers has resulted in the shutdown of that purveyor of pirated goods.

Yahoo teams up with Australia's Seven media (AFP)
US Internet search Goliath Yahoo joined forces with Seven Network of Australia to compete in the online market down under, the companies announced(YAHOO)AFP - US Internet search Goliath Yahoo joined forces with Seven Network of Australia to compete in the online market down under, the companies announced.


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Yahoo Buys Social Bookmarking Firm Del.icio.us (PC World)
PC World - Look for collaborations with Yahoo's My Web, Flickr services.

Click Defense Bows From Lead In Google Suit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Click Defense Inc., which has sued Google Inc. for allegedly failing to do enough to prevent click fraud related to online advertising, says it plans to withdraw as the lead plaintiff.

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