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Microsoft changes anti-spyware name in Vista OS preview (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's December Community Technology Preview (CTP) for the Windows Vista client OS features a renamed version of the company's anti-spyware software. Announced on Monday, the December CTP, known as build 5270, will reach about 500,000 people through avenues such as the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and TechNet, according to the company.

Microsoft Kills Mac Internet Explorer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft will stop supporting the Mac version of Internet Explorer at the end of 2005. The move follows a decision in June 2003 to end code development for the browser. At that time, Microsoft had predicted it would end support within a few years of letting the product sit idle.

Dasher Worm Infecting Windows PCs (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A new computer worm that exploits a critical Windows 2000 flaw first revealed by Microsoft in October has been circulating since late last week, and now has morphed into three variants.

Microsoft Releases Longhorn Server Code with Vista Beta (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed that participants in the Windows Server "Longhorn" private beta program had received an updated build of Longhorn Server code as part of the Windows Vista CTP.

Microsoft Picks Firefox RSS icon for IE7 (PC World)
PC World - Revamped browser will identify, support feeds in standard way after all.

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)
Leroy Jones, 11, and Brieheim Rogers, background, both of Camden, N.J., try out Microsoft's new XBox 360 at a Target store in Cherry Hill, N.J. on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Tim Larsen)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.

High-Tech Visa Plan Dropped From Bill (AP)
The dome of the US Capitol in Washington, DC. The US Congress ends the year divided as never before, over issues ranging from the Iraq war, to immigration reform and a  series of ethics scandals(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AP - A Senate-passed measure to add more visas for foreign workers in high-tech and specialty fields was dropped from a budget bill that passed the House early Monday, disappointing high-tech and manufacturing firms in search of skilled workers.


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House Moves for All-Digital TV by 2009 (AP)
A man looks into a screen of a digital television set in an undated photo. The House of Representatives on Monday approved legislation to complete the country's transition to new, higher-quality digital television by February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Toshiyuki AizawaAP - House lawmakers approved legislation early Monday that would complete the transition to all-digital television broadcasts by Feb. 17, 2009.


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Web Sites Let Users Send E-Mail to Future (AP)
Co-founder of futureme.org, Matt Sly is seen Friday, Dec. 16, 2005 in New Haven, Conn. The site acts as an on-line time capsule allowing people to e-mail themselves in the future. (AP Photo/ Michelle McLoughlin)AP - In the year 2009, on the 25th of April, a man named Greg is supposed to get an e-mail. The e-mail will remind Greg that he is his best friend and worst enemy, that he once dated a woman named Michelle, and that he planned to major in computer science.


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TXU to Provide Internet Over Power Lines (AP)
AP - The utility TXU Corp. said Monday it will offer high-speed Internet service over power lines to several million Texans as part of a $150 million project aimed at improving its ability to monitor the power grid.

Japan Seeks Guidance on Search Engine (AP)
AP - Japan's government is enlisting top technology companies and universities to determine whether the country should launch its own Internet search engine, an official said Monday, as powerhouses such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. dominate the market.

Icahn seeks to derail Google as partner of AOL (Reuters)
Carl Icahn, whose group has a 3.1 percent stake in Time Warner, is seen in New York, February 18, 2004. Icahn said on Monday that he told Time Warner Inc.'s board it could be on the verge of a 'disastrous decision' following reports it is in talks to sell a 5 percent stake of its AOL Internet unit to Google Inc. (Henny Ray/Reuters)Reuters - Dissident shareholder Carl Icahn on Monday labeled as "disastrous" a new deal set to be unveiled this week between Time Warner Inc.'s America Online unit and Web search leader Google Inc., as the billionaire investor argued that AOL could do better.


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Google Brings Gmail to Mobile Phones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google has launched a wireless version of its Gmail e-mail service. Called Gmail Mobile, the service lets you send and receive e-mail messages through a mobile phone. It competes with a rival wireless-e-mail offering from Yahoo.

RIM Chairman Hails Patent Office Decision (AP)
AP - Research In Motion's chairman says he's heartened that the U.S. patent office is moving faster in re-examining patents at the crux of the bitter legal battle over his company's pioneering BlackBerry wireless e-mail service.

Eclipse touts Web, J2EE development in tools release (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Bolstering development of Web and enterprise J2EE applications in the open source arena, the Eclipse Foundation on Monday is set to release Version 1.0 of its Eclipse Web Tools Platform.

Oracle changes prices to reflect multicore chips (Reuters)
Reuters - Oracle Corp. on Monday effectively reduced its prices for database software licenses tied to multicore microprocessors to reflect the growing use of the powerful chips among its customers.

Icahn seeks to derail Google as partner of AOL (Reuters)
Carl Icahn, whose group has a 3.1 percent stake in Time Warner, is seen in New York, February 18, 2004. Icahn said on Monday that he told Time Warner Inc.'s board it could be on the verge of a 'disastrous decision' following reports it is in talks to sell a 5 percent stake of its AOL Internet unit to Google Inc. (Henny Ray/Reuters)Reuters - Dissident shareholder Carl Icahn on Monday labeled as "disastrous" a new deal set to be unveiled this week between Time Warner Inc.'s America Online unit and Web search leader Google Inc., as the billionaire investor argued that AOL could do better.


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Web Sites Let Users Send E-Mail to Future (AP)
Co-founder of futureme.org, Matt Sly is seen Friday, Dec. 16, 2005 in New Haven, Conn. The site acts as an on-line time capsule allowing people to e-mail themselves in the future. (AP Photo/ Michelle McLoughlin)AP - In the year 2009, on the 25th of April, a man named Greg is supposed to get an e-mail. The e-mail will remind Greg that he is his best friend and worst enemy, that he once dated a woman named Michelle, and that he planned to major in computer science.


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TXU to Provide Internet Over Power Lines (AP)
AP - The utility TXU Corp. said Monday it will offer high-speed Internet service over power lines to several million Texans as part of a $150 million project aimed at improving its ability to monitor the power grid.

Microsoft Kills Mac Internet Explorer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft will stop supporting the Mac version of Internet Explorer at the end of 2005. The move follows a decision in June 2003 to end code development for the browser. At that time, Microsoft had predicted it would end support within a few years of letting the product sit idle.

Sending an E-Mail to the Future You (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - FutureMe.org, a not-for-profit Web site, is offering you the chance to send yourself an e-mail that you'll receive in the future. The service has been running for a while but recently made the headlines as a result of an Associated Press story.

Japan Seeks Guidance on Search Engine (AP)
AP - Japan's government is enlisting top technology companies and universities to determine whether the country should launch its own Internet search engine, an official said Monday, as powerhouses such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. dominate the market.

Microsoft Picks Firefox RSS icon for IE7 (PC World)
PC World - Revamped browser will identify, support feeds in standard way after all.

Web store shipments may hold clue to holiday sales (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.

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 a brick-and-mortar nightmare.


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Softbank, Yahoo Japan start Internet TV service (Reuters)
A view of Yahoo Japan's web site. Softbank Corp. and Yahoo Japan Corp. said on Monday they had formed a company to broadcast television programs via the Internet, taking advantage of the growing number of Japanese users on advanced, high-speed Internet connections. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Softbank Corp. and Yahoo Japan Corp. said on Monday they had formed a company to broadcast television programmes via the Internet, taking advantage of the growing number of Japanese users on advanced, high-speed Internet connections.


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