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Microsoft, MCI to join computer-to-phone calling market (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s MSN and MCI Inc. said on Monday they are teaming up to extend the reach of MSN's instant-messaging service into the crowded global computer-to-phone call market.

Microsoft, MCI Plan PC-To-Phone Service (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and MCI Inc. said Monday they'll soon offer a service that lets customers place calls from their personal computers to regular phones.

Microsoft Xbox 360 sales start slow in Japan: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. sold less than half of the estimated 159,000 Xbox 360 consoles that were available in stores in Japan in its first weekend of sales, a survey result showed on Tuesday.

Microsoft Tightens IE 7's Security (PC World)
PC World - Browser's default security settings will change to match common home, business setups.

First Windows Live Messenger Beta Expected This Week (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Testers are receiving their invites for the next version of Microsoft's consumer instant-messaging service. It's still unclear whether this version supplants Windows Messenger, but it is certain that it will provide additional VOIP support.

Microsoft May Share Search Revenue (PC World)
PC World - Search engine users could get a cut of the online action, Gates suggests.

Microsoft ships Windows Server 2003 R2 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A long-awaited interim update to the current version of Microsoft's Windows Server OS, called Windows Server 2003 R2, is finally ready.

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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HP Unveils Virtual Conference Rooms (AP)
People at Hewlett-Packard and Porter Novelli in New York are seen on monitors during a virtual conference with Hewlett-Packard employees in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, Dec. 12, 2005. Hewlett-Packard Co. and DreamWorks Animation SKG LLC to launched a business that constructs virtual conference rooms for companies, promising a realistic and flashy way for people to collaborate without actually meeting in person. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)AP - Hewlett-Packard Co. on Monday jumped into the business of providing the technology — and building the rooms — for large companies to hold virtual face-to-face meetings regardless of the distance between participants.


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High-Tech for Seniors Moves Beyond Clapper (AP)
Margaret Morris, senior researcher for Intel, demonstrates a phone with a visual caller ID system, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2005, during the White House Conference on Aging in Washington. The phone will give seniors with cognitive difficulties an instant visual reminder of who is calling.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)AP - One day, people with Alzheimer's disease could have telephones that show them a picture of the caller and remind them who it is and when they last talked.


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Microsoft, MCI Plan PC-To-Phone Service (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and MCI Inc. said Monday they'll soon offer a service that lets customers place calls from their personal computers to regular phones.

Man Apologizes After Fake Wikipedia Post (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 - A man who posted false information on an online encyclopedia linking a prominent journalist to the Kennedy assassinations says he was playing a trick on a co-worker.


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Tech guru dials into gaming's social side (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Trip Hawkins, CEO of Digital Chocolate, came up with the name of his company because he wants to create the same desire for his cellphone games that people have for chocolate. His epiphany: If you're going to make games, make them social and mobile.

House Eyes Net Sale of Controlled Drugs (AP)
AP - Most Web sites selling controlled drugs to Americans are powered by computers in the U.S. and have been in operation for more than a year, according to a report prepared for House lawmakers.

Microsoft Xbox 360 sales start slow in Japan: study (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. sold less than half of the estimated 159,000 Xbox 360 consoles that were available in stores in Japan in its first weekend of sales, a survey result showed on Tuesday.

Self-Destructing Message Service Comes to Mobile Phones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - With technology seemingly straight out of spy movies, a British company has launched a text-messaging service that will automatically delete instant messages after recipients read them. The StealthText technology from Staellium UK is being touted as a way to increase corporate security because executives will no longer need to worry about the security of highly sensitive text messages.

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.

Software-quality tools focus on concurrency, ease of use (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Coverity and Worksoft on Tuesday will reveal wares intended to improve software quality, focusing respectively on concurrency and ease of use.

Microsoft, MCI Plan PC-To-Phone Service (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and MCI Inc. said Monday they'll soon offer a service that lets customers place calls from their personal computers to regular phones.

House Eyes Net Sale of Controlled Drugs (AP)
AP - Most Web sites selling controlled drugs to Americans are powered by computers in the U.S. and have been in operation for more than a year, according to a report prepared for House lawmakers.

Man Apologizes After Fake Wikipedia Post (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 - A man who posted false information on an online encyclopedia linking a prominent journalist to the Kennedy assassinations says he was playing a trick on a co-worker.


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USA Today combining online, newspaper newsrooms (Reuters)
Reuters - USA Today executives said on Monday the newspaper would combine its Web site newsroom and print newsroom into a single operation as it targets growing demand for news on the Internet.

Sirius Site: Viral Ad, Bikinis For Stern Fans (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - For Howard Stern fans who can't wait for his Sirius satellite radio debut on Jan. 9, a Web site launched last week that allows them to tour the 20,000-square-foot studio complex the company is building for him in New York.

HarperCollins to create digital warehouse of books (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. publisher HarperCollins said on Monday it plans to convert some 20,000 books in its catalog into digital form in a bid to rein in potential copyright violations on the Internet.

Patients trust docs, but often use the Internet (Reuters)
Patients in the United States are likely to first turn to the World Wide Web when seeking health information, even though they trust their physicians more to provide them with accurate medical information, results of a nationally representative survey suggest. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Patients in the United States are likely to first turn to the World Wide Web when seeking health information, even though they trust their physicians more to provide them with accurate medical information, results of a nationally representative survey suggest.


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Sober Worm Attack Set for January 6 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Computer users and system administrators, take note. According to iDefense, a division of VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN), on January 6, 2006, the world will see the release of a new version of the Sober worm. Security analysts hope that, at least in this instance, being forewarned can lead to being forearmed, and that computer users will take the time before the attack to update their security software.

Excel Security Flaw Yanked from eBay (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Auction site eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) has stopped an auction of a seller trying to hawk information about an alleged software exploit in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Excel program.

Joss Stone Named Best Celebrity Dog Owner (AP)
Singer Joss Stone is photographed at Sony Studios in New York, May 16, 2005. Stone was chosen as the world's best dog owner according to an online poll of readers of two dog magazines. Stone, who has a poodle named Dusty Springfield, volunteered for the North Shore Animal League after seeing images of pets stranded in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Wilma, said The New York Dog and The Hollywood Dog magazines, which conducted the poll.(AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - When it comes to celebrity dog-parenting skills, Joss Stone is tops and Paris Hilton is the worst, according to an online vote by readers of two dog magazines.


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