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Time Warner Enters Into Talks With Google (AP)
The Google headquarters in Mountain View, California is shown in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc. is in exclusive talks to pay $1 billion for a 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s online unit AOL, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)AP - Time Warner Inc. ended talks with Microsoft Corp. Friday and entered into exclusive negotiations with Google Inc. over a $1 billion investment and a broader advertising partnership with America Online, executives close to the talks said.


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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. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)AP - 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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Google Negotiating For 5% AOL Stake; Microsoft Left Out (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Google has outplayed Microsoft again, offering $1 billion for 5% of Time Warner's America Online unit, sources told Reuters and others.

Microsoft, IBM, SAP discontinue UDDI registry effort (InfoWorld)
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Microsoft Takes On Software Pirates with New Wave of Lawsuits (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has filed 10 lawsuits against both individuals and companies, alleging that they are pirating software and are selling not-for-resale applications to unsuspecting purchasers.

Tech Rivals Team on Research Lab (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft, Google, and Sun lead industry funding of academic lab on Internet services.

'Dasher' Squirms Through Patched Win2K Worm Hole (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - More than two months after Microsoft released a high-priority patch for a Windows 2000 flaw, malicious hackers launch a successful attack on still-unpatched machines.

Court rejects 'mere think tanks' in Microsoft case (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, September 30, 2004. Several allies of Microsoft have lost a bid to intervene in the software giant's antitrust case before a European Union court, which dismissed them as 'mere think tanks', court documents showed on Friday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)Reuters - Several allies of Microsoft have lost a bid to intervene in the software giant's antitrust case before a European Union court, which dismissed them as "mere think tanks," court documents showed on Friday.


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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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Web Cams Bring Soldiers Together With Kin (AP)
AP - It was minutes before tip-off of the big cross-state rivalry game, but the thundering applause in the packed university arena Saturday wasn't about basketball.

Time Warner Enters Into Talks With Google (AP)
The Google headquarters in Mountain View, California is shown in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc. is in exclusive talks to pay $1 billion for a 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s online unit AOL, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)AP - Time Warner Inc. ended talks with Microsoft Corp. Friday and entered into exclusive negotiations with Google Inc. over a $1 billion investment and a broader advertising partnership with America Online, executives close to the talks said.


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Judge Orders Briefs in 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 - A federal judge ordered both sides in the bitter BlackBerry battle to file court briefs by Feb. 1, setting the stage for a possible injunction if the case can't be settled.


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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. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)AP - 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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Univ. of Illinois Launches Farming Blog (AP)
AP - The Internet provides farmers a wealth of information on crop marketing, financial management and dealing with crop diseases. But on a busy farm, it can be hard to find time to search the Web for useful information.

Internet shopping nips at but doesn't bite malls (Reuters)
Christmas shoppers bustle along Oxford Street in central London November 27, 2005. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - When it comes to shopping, Kate Robertson is an online dream and brick-and-mortar nightmare.


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Sony on track to double videogame player sales (Reuters)
Members of the media conduct interviews below a Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) sign at the opening of the E3 Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center, May 18, 2005. Sony Corp. is on track to double the number of PlayStation Portable video game players sold in North America to around 6 million at the end of its first holiday season this year. (Sam Mircovich/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) is on track to double the number of PlayStation Portable video game players sold in North America to around 6 million at the end of its first holiday season this year.


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TV Tidbits: Notes of Interest (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - Cingular Wireless will team up with HBO to produce exclusive mobile content on HBO Mobile and HBO Family Mobile, which will be available on Cingular Video, an on-demand streaming video service. Select episodes, clips of various scenes, and bonus material from HBO shows, cartoons and sports will be available on Cingular Video.

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 Takes On Software Pirates with New Wave of Lawsuits (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has filed 10 lawsuits against both individuals and companies, alleging that they are pirating software and are selling not-for-resale applications to unsuspecting purchasers.

Time Warner Enters Into Talks With Google (AP)
The Google headquarters in Mountain View, California is shown in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc. is in exclusive talks to pay $1 billion for a 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s online unit AOL, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)AP - Time Warner Inc. ended talks with Microsoft Corp. Friday and entered into exclusive negotiations with Google Inc. over a $1 billion investment and a broader advertising partnership with America Online, executives close to the talks said.


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Internet shopping nips at but doesn't bite malls (Reuters)
Christmas shoppers bustle along Oxford Street in central London November 27, 2005. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - When it comes to shopping, Kate Robertson is an online dream and brick-and-mortar nightmare.


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Music industry slump accelerated in 2005 (Reuters)
Reuters - It all seemed so promising for the music business heading into 2005. CD sales were up, albeit ever so slightly, for the first time in four years. Legitimate purchases of downloads and ringtones for the first time totaled in hundreds of millions of dollars. And file traders and peer-to-peer network operators were on the run from industry lawsuits. The seeds of recorded-music's recovery from Napster, it appeared, had been sown at long last.

Google in talks to buy 5 pct of AOL: source (Reuters)
People walk in front of the Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York. (Nicholas Roberts/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is in exclusive talks to buy a 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit for $1 billion, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday.


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Google Now Offering Music Search (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google announced this week that it intends to make searches for online music a bit easier for its users.

Wikipedia as Accurate as Britannica (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Wikipedia, the embattled online encyclopedia, is almost as accurate as the venerable Encyclopedia Britannica, according to researchers at the journal Nature. The findings, based on a comparison of scientific entries, were published in the journal's online edition Wednesday.

Web store shipments may hold clue to holiday sales (Reuters)
An Apple store employee demonstrates new iMac G5 at the Apple Retail Store in Palo Alto, California November 28, 2005. Winners in the holiday online shopping race appear to be Wal-Mart, Amazon and Apple Computer, which are doing the best job of turning browsers into buyers, according to an analysis of Web traffic patterns. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Winners in the holiday online shopping race appear to be Wal-Mart, Amazon and Apple Computer, which are doing the best job of turning browsers into buyers, according to an analysis of Web traffic patterns.


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Hackers, Extortion Threats Shut Down Game Site (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A popular RPG Web site is forced offline after hackers exploit a software flaw to steal user names, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords.

Tech Rivals Team on Research Lab (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft, Google, and Sun lead industry funding of academic lab on Internet services.

Google Improves Music Search (PC World)
PC World - Extra links, related images appear with any music-related inquiry, potentially highlighting pirate sites.

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