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Microsoft Sued Over Patent Infringements (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen at the 2005 Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Electronics conference, in Las Vegas, May 10, 2005. Wireless e-mail firm Visto Corp. said on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. for infringing Visto patents for technology that support e-mail on mobile devices. REUTERS/Jeff ChristensenAP - Visto Corp., a maker of mobile e-mail technology, has sued Microsoft Corp. for allegedly infringing on three of its patents related to how information is handled between servers and handheld devices such as cellular phones.


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Microsoft Files Breach-Of-Contract Suits (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it had filed its first-ever breach-of-contract lawsuits against several members of a software subscription service.

Visto sues Microsoft for patent infringement (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen at the 2005 Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Electronics conference, in Las Vegas, May 10, 2005. Wireless e-mail firm Visto Corp. said on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. for infringing Visto patents for technology that support e-mail on mobile devices. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Wireless e-mail firm Visto Corp. said on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. , accusing the huge software maker of infringing on patents tied to e-mail access on mobile devices.


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Google, Microsoft, and Sun Fund Internet Research Lab (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Technology titans Google, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems will provide $7.5 million, collectively, to fund research at a University of California, Berkeley, laboratory that will use the money to focus on next-generation Internet technology.

Microsoft Debuts Exchange 12 Beta with Slew of New Features (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has released the first beta version of Exchange 12, a major upgrade to the company's flagship enterprise messaging software that will run on next-generation 64-bit hardware.

Microsoft Increases Quarterly Dividend (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen at the 2005 Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Electronics conference, in Las Vegas, May 10, 2005. Wireless e-mail firm Visto Corp. said on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. for infringing Visto patents for technology that support e-mail on mobile devices. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp., has raised its quarterly dividend by a penny to 9 cents, citing confidence in its product lineup and growth prospects.


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Visto Sues Microsoft Over Patents (PC World)
PC World - Update: Dispute centers on patents for wireless e-mail, challenges Windows Mobile.

Microsoft's Bug Fix Hits Snag (PC World)
PC World - Patch glitch may cause confusing messages in network-wide configurations.

Microsoft Adopts Mozilla's RSS Icon (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Internet Explorer and Firefox will have at least one thing in common, going forward. The two browsers will sport the same orange icon for real simple syndication.

Microsoft files 10 lawsuits over software pirating (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a meeting on India's largest developer forum in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, December 9, 2005. Software giant Microsoft Corp. on Thursday said it filed 10 lawsuits against companies and people, charging that they sold not-for-resale software to unsuspecting customers. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Software giant Microsoft Corp. on Thursday said it filed 10 lawsuits against companies and people, charging that they sold not-for-resale software to unsuspecting customers.


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Microsoft Sued Over Patent Infringements (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen at the 2005 Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon Electronics conference, in Las Vegas, May 10, 2005. Wireless e-mail firm Visto Corp. said on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. for infringing Visto patents for technology that support e-mail on mobile devices. REUTERS/Jeff ChristensenAP - Visto Corp., a maker of mobile e-mail technology, has sued Microsoft Corp. for allegedly infringing on three of its patents related to how information is handled between servers and handheld devices such as cellular phones.


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RIM Pressured to Settle BlackBerry Case (AP)
Anderson & Strudwick's research director Bradley Brown displays his Blackberry in his office in Richmond, Va., Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005. Blackberry customers say they've been left in the dark about a possible shutdown of the popular wireless e-mail service. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)AP - The stakes in a bitter legal feud over the BlackBerry wireless e-mail service just got a bit higher.


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Microsoft Files Breach-Of-Contract Suits (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Thursday it had filed its first-ever breach-of-contract lawsuits against several members of a software subscription service.

Google to Open Research Facility in Pa. (AP)
AP - Google Inc., the leading online search engine company, will open a new engineering and research office in Pittsburgh next year to be headed by a Carnegie Mellon University professor, the company said Thursday.

Video-Game Sales Slump Ahead of Holidays (AP)
Break a sweat, have a laugh with the Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3 video game that scores you on your dance moves. (CP/ho)AP - The video-game industry saw software sales decline from 2004 levels for a third straight month in November as the launch of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 console helped erode demand for existing titles.


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Yahoo filling Stern gap with Howard Nation (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. is filling the void between Howard Stern's departure from terrestrial radio Friday and his arrival at his new Sirius Satellite Radio home January 9 by offering Howard Nation, a full package of exclusive webcast video, blogs, photos and more.

Apple Sets Pace in Consumer Electronics (AP)
AP - Five years ago, Apple Computer Inc. was barely an afterthought in the halls of electronics companies. Not anymore.

ESPN signs exclusive ad deals for Mobile ESPN (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co's ESPN said on Thursday that it has reached advertising agreements with six major corporations for its soon-to-be launched Mobile ESPN wireless phone service for sports fans.

Microsoft Adopts Mozilla's RSS Icon (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Internet Explorer and Firefox will have at least one thing in common, going forward. The two browsers will sport the same orange icon for real simple syndication.

Oracle 2Q Earnings Drop, Meets Estimates (AP)
Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison gestures during a keynote address during Oracle Open World Conference in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005. Oracle Corp., one of the world's largest software makers, is expected to report fiscal second quarter financial results after bell. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)AP - Oracle Corp.'s quarterly earnings dipped slightly but still met analyst expectations, a performance unlikely to satisfy investors who have been expecting bigger things since the business software maker launched a nearly $20 billion shopping spree a year ago.


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Yahoo filling Stern gap with Howard Nation (Reuters)
Reuters - Yahoo Inc. is filling the void between Howard Stern's departure from terrestrial radio Friday and his arrival at his new Sirius Satellite Radio home January 9 by offering Howard Nation, a full package of exclusive webcast video, blogs, photos and more.

Britney Spears tops Yahoo list of popular online searches in 2005 (AFP)
Singer Britney Spears topped a star-studded list of the top-10 name searches on popular Internet portal Yahoo in 2005, the Silicon Valley company revealed(AFP/File/Miguel Riopa)AFP - Singer Britney Spears topped a star-studded list of the top-10 name searches on popular Internet portal Yahoo in 2005, the Silicon Valley company revealed.


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LA County allows anonymous Internet notification of sex diseases (AFP)
Empty condom package. Los Angeles County health officials have opened an internet website on which users can anonymously notify their sex partner of having been infected with a sexually transmitted disease(AFP/File/Robyn Beck)AFP - Los Angeles County health officials have opened an internet website on which users can anonymously notify their sex partner of having been infected with a sexually transmitted disease.


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Google to Open Research Facility in Pa. (AP)
AP - Google Inc., the leading online search engine company, will open a new engineering and research office in Pittsburgh next year to be headed by a Carnegie Mellon University professor, the company said Thursday.

Google to Launch Music Content Feature (AP)
Senior Staff Research Scientist Craig Nevill-Manning speaks during a news conference Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005, on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Google Inc. announced Thursday that Andrew Moore, a Carnegie Mellon professor of computer science and robotics, was selected to head a new engineering office that will open in Pittsburgh next year, the company announced Thursday. (AP Photo/John Heller)AP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. will begin giving some musical artists the star treatment by spotlighting links to their songs, lyrics and other related material at the top of the results page.


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Spears Most-Searched for Item on the Web (AP)
Singer Britney Spears topped a star-studded list of the top-10 name searches on popular Internet portal Yahoo in 2005, the Silicon Valley company revealed(AFP/File/Miguel Riopa)AP - Britney Spears didn't release an album of new material this year, but the new mom is still No. 1 on Yahoo's annual list of the most-searched for terms on the Internet.


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Google adds music to search functions (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.  Google said it was moving into music with a new Internet search function for users seeking lyrics and information about their favorite performers.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Google said it was moving into music with a new Internet search function for users seeking lyrics and information about their favorite performers.


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Britney Spears tops Yahoo's annual Buzz Index (Reuters)
U.S. singer Britney Spears smiles for photographers during a photo session in Tokyo in this December 12, 2003 file photo. (Yuriko Nakao/File/Reuters)Reuters - For the third time in four years, singer Britney Spears is No. 1 -- as far as Internet users are concerned.


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Online Music Wars Take New Turn (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The fight over online music piracy has become a war of words following the Music Publisher Association's (MPA) announcement that it will begin playing legal hard ball with Web sites that provide access to unlicensed lyrics and sheet music.

Google, Microsoft, and Sun Fund Internet Research Lab (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Technology titans Google, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems will provide $7.5 million, collectively, to fund research at a University of California, Berkeley, laboratory that will use the money to focus on next-generation Internet technology.

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