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EU Threatens Microsoft With Penalties (AP)
The European Commission said on Thursday it may fine Microsoft up to 2 million euros ($2.37 million) a day unless it complies with an order to provide interface documentation to allow rivals' group servers to work with the company's ubiquitous Windows operating system. (Handout/Reuters)AP - The European Union took new legal steps against Microsoft Corp. on Thursday to ensure better compliance with its 2004 landmark antitrust ruling, and threatened penalties if the software giant did not meet its demands.


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EU threatens Microsoft with daily fines (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates speaks during a business meeting in New Delhi, December 7, 2005. The European Commission threatened software giant Microsoft with daily fines on Thursday for failing to comply with antitrust sanctions a year after a top European Union court rejected its appeal. (B Mathur/Reuters)Reuters - The European Commission threatened U.S. software giant Microsoft with daily fines on Thursday for failing to comply with antitrust sanctions a year after a top European Union court rejected its appeal.


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Google outflanks Microsoft with AOL deal (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.  Online search titan Google is investing one billion dollars to take a five-percent stake in Time Warner's America Online unit as part of a major strategic alliance, the companies announced.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - One of the hottest races in the Internet world has climaxed with Google investing in AOL, knocking back Microsoft's hopes of grabbing a bigger slice of the lucrative online advertising market.


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Microsoft Beefs Up Security in Forthcoming Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - This week, Microsoft released the third community preview of Windows Vista, the software giant's long-awaited new operating system. The sneak peek includes enhanced security options, performance boosters, and a revamped user interface.

Microsoft Auctions Beta Test Gig (PC World)
PC World - Want to test Windows Live Messenger? Put in a bid on eBay.

Could Google-AOL Deal Benefit Microsoft? (PC World)
PC World - Software giant lost the bidding for a piece of AOL, but analysts say company could still win in the market.

Microsoft Odd Man Out in AOL-Google Deal (AP)
Chairman and founder of Microsoft Corp. Bill Gates speaks at the inauguration ceremony of a new Microsoft India facility in Bangalore, India, Friday, Dec. 9, 2005. Gates is on a four-day visit to India, where Microsoft runs a large software development operation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation runs a US$200-million (euro171-million) program to combat AIDS. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)AP - America Online sealed a deal late Tuesday with Google Inc. to deepen their relationship, while leaving Microsoft Corp. as the spurned suitor.


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America Online, Google Seal $1B Deal (AP)
File photo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. Google Inc. and Time Warner Inc. unit America Online Inc. confirmed on Tuesday that they have expanded their search and advertising partnership, shutting out Microsoft Corp., which had been a contender for AOL's search business. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)AP - America Online on Tuesday agreed to sell a 5 percent stake to Google Inc. in a $1 billion deal that deepens the ties binding two of the Web's most popular sites while thwarting Microsoft Corp.'s efforts to grab a larger piece of the booming Internet advertising market.


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Google takes 5 pct stake in AOL in new ad deal (Reuters)
File photo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. Google Inc. and Time Warner Inc. unit America Online Inc. confirmed on Tuesday that they have expanded their search and advertising partnership, shutting out Microsoft Corp., which had been a contender for AOL's search business. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. and America Online Inc. on Tuesday expanded their Web search and advertising alliance to offer the sharing of video and instant messaging, shutting out Microsoft Corp., which had fought hard for a deal with Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit.


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Microsoft Drops Mac Browser (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - After years of being stuck in the mud technologically, Motley Fool Inside Value Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) finally announced that it will kill the Mac version of its Internet Explorer browser in early 2006.

NYC Transit Strike Boosts Online Shopping (AP)
An employee helps a lonely customer at the Evolution store in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005 in New York. Evolution is usually packed this time of year with customers lining outside for a chance to shop. As the transit strike enters its second day, businesses are feeling the impact of fewer shoppers in the city. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - There's one silver lining to the New York City transit strike that has shut down buses and subways, while crippling many businesses. Online retailing — which has enjoyed robust sales this holiday season — is getting a further boost in the season's final days, as New York area shoppers turn to the Internet for last-minute buying.


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Technology Helps People Weather NYC Strike (AP)
New York City subway maps and a transit strike information flyer are taped to the padlocked gates of the Canal St. subway station, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005 in New York. The city stepped up its pressure on striking transit workers Wednesday in hopes of forcing them back to work as millions of New Yorkers trudged to work in another bone-chilling commute without subways and buses.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - The last time the city had a transit strike, in 1980, a fax machine was considered cutting-edge. Fast forward 25 years, and it is a world of wireless laptops, Internet-enabled cell phones and telecommuting from your living room.


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Web Boosts Bethlehem's Woodcarving Trade (AP)
Anton Shomali, a 63-year-old Palestinian woodcarver, works on a biblical  wooden figurine  at his workshop in Beit Sahour, a neighborhood of Bethlehem Saturday Dec. 17, 2005.   For most of the past five years, Shomali has had little reason to rejoice. Israeli-Palestinian fighting decimated Bethlehem's all-important tourism industry, leaving woodcarvers like Shomali without buyers. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)AP - Anton Shomali can carve a wooden figurine of the biblical Joseph in three hours, and he doesn't need a model.


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Creator of World Wide Web Starts Blog (AP)
Tim Berners-Lee, Director of World Wide Web Consortium, speaks during a Technology Review magazine's Emerging Technologies Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a Cambridge, Mass. file photo from  Sept. 29, 2004. World Wide Web creator Berners-Lee has started a blog just in time for the 15th anniversary of his invention.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki, File)AP - World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee has started a blog just in time for the 15th anniversary of his invention.


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The New Partnership Of AOL And Google Intensifies Competition For Internet Ads (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - America Online's tighter alliance with Google shifts the online ad landscape.

Future is bright for Internet ads: surveys (Reuters)
Young Lebanese surf the net at an Internet cafe in Beirut in this picture taken September 7, 2005. JMP Securities on Tuesday raised its global advertising forecast for not only this year but for next year and beyond. The firm now expects the global online ad market to grow at a 25% clip annually for the next five years, up from a previous forecast in the low 20% range. (Jamal Saidi/Reuters)Reuters - 'Tis the season for adjusting online expectations and reviewing what has been hot on the Internet.


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Security "checkpoint of the future" tested at San Francisco airport (AFP)
A General Electric representative passes through a prototype scanner as members of the news media look on at the San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California. GE unveiled a prototype of the 'Checkpoint of the Future' designed to make the traveler's experience through airport security more efficient(AFP/Getty Images/Justin Sullivan)AFP - An airport security "checkpoint of the future" that lets travellers leave shoes on feet, keys in pockets and laptop computers in carry-on bags was shown off in San Francisco.


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RIM 3Q Earnings Up on Subscriber Growth (AP)
The BlackBerry 7100t is displayed during the 3GSM World Congress 2005 in a Cannes, France file photo from Feb. 15, 2005. Blackberry maker Research in Motion Ltd. will release third-quarter earnings on Wednesday amid uncertainties about a legal dispute that threatens to shutdown the popular wireless e-mail service in the United States.  (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)AP - Research in Motion Ltd., the maker of the BlackBerry wireless messaging device, released better than expected third quarter results on Wednesday — quelling some fears that an ongoing patent dispute that threatens to shut down the popular service in the United States is significantly hurting the business.


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Red Hat Shatters Earnings Expectations In Latest Quarter (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Red Hat gave investors an early present Wednesday, handily topping last quarter's earnings views on torrid sales of its Linux software.

EU Threatens Microsoft With Penalties (AP)
The European Commission said on Thursday it may fine Microsoft up to 2 million euros ($2.37 million) a day unless it complies with an order to provide interface documentation to allow rivals' group servers to work with the company's ubiquitous Windows operating system. (Handout/Reuters)AP - The European Union took new legal steps against Microsoft Corp. on Thursday to ensure better compliance with its 2004 landmark antitrust ruling, and threatened penalties if the software giant did not meet its demands.


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Future is bright for Internet ads: surveys (Reuters)
Young Lebanese surf the net at an Internet cafe in Beirut in this picture taken September 7, 2005. JMP Securities on Tuesday raised its global advertising forecast for not only this year but for next year and beyond. The firm now expects the global online ad market to grow at a 25% clip annually for the next five years, up from a previous forecast in the low 20% range. (Jamal Saidi/Reuters)Reuters - 'Tis the season for adjusting online expectations and reviewing what has been hot on the Internet.


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Britain launches cosmetic surgery advice Web site (Reuters)
Reuters - The British government launched a Web site on Thursday to provide cosmetic surgery advice, in the latest attempt to help those seeking beauty avoid suffering at the hands of rogue practitioners.

NYC Transit Strike Boosts Online Shopping (AP)
An employee helps a lonely customer at the Evolution store in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005 in New York. Evolution is usually packed this time of year with customers lining outside for a chance to shop. As the transit strike enters its second day, businesses are feeling the impact of fewer shoppers in the city. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - There's one silver lining to the New York City transit strike that has shut down buses and subways, while crippling many businesses. Online retailing — which has enjoyed robust sales this holiday season — is getting a further boost in the season's final days, as New York area shoppers turn to the Internet for last-minute buying.


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Technology Helps People Weather NYC Strike (AP)
New York City subway maps and a transit strike information flyer are taped to the padlocked gates of the Canal St. subway station, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2005 in New York. The city stepped up its pressure on striking transit workers Wednesday in hopes of forcing them back to work as millions of New Yorkers trudged to work in another bone-chilling commute without subways and buses.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - The last time the city had a transit strike, in 1980, a fax machine was considered cutting-edge. Fast forward 25 years, and it is a world of wireless laptops, Internet-enabled cell phones and telecommuting from your living room.


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Creator of World Wide Web Starts Blog (AP)
Tim Berners-Lee, Director of World Wide Web Consortium, speaks during a Technology Review magazine's Emerging Technologies Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a Cambridge, Mass. file photo from  Sept. 29, 2004. World Wide Web creator Berners-Lee has started a blog just in time for the 15th anniversary of his invention.  (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki, File)AP - World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee has started a blog just in time for the 15th anniversary of his invention.


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Study: Apple Site Fastest-Growing in Nov. (AP)
AP - Driven largely by the popularity of the iTunes music service and software, Apple Computer Inc.'s Web site was the fastest-growing last month among the major brands, according to a study by Nielsen/NetRatings.

Disney launches Web personalization with Zazzle (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co.'s online shopping site on Wednesday launched its first "You design it" feature in a move aimed at riding the fast- growing trend toward giving choosy Internet shoppers exactly what they want.

Google outflanks Microsoft with AOL deal (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.  Online search titan Google is investing one billion dollars to take a five-percent stake in Time Warner's America Online unit as part of a major strategic alliance, the companies announced.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - One of the hottest races in the Internet world has climaxed with Google investing in AOL, knocking back Microsoft's hopes of grabbing a bigger slice of the lucrative online advertising market.


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Calling-card shorts now mostly a long shot (Reuters)
A handout still from 'Star Wars: Revelations,' a 47-minute short film from West Virginia-based filmmaker Shane Felux. Despite the attention, Felux has been disappointed to discover that 'Revelations' hasn't provided him the entrance to Hollywood that other film shorts inspired by Lucas' franchise have brought in the past. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - George Lucas might not want to make any more "Star Wars" movies now that "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" is secure in its crown as the top-grossing domestic movie of the year.


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Hitler paintings sold on Austrian eBay (AFP)
Screen shot of an Austrian page of eBay auctioning an original watercolor painting by Adolf Hitler(AFP/OFF)AFP - Original watercolor paintings by Adolf Hitler are going for a few thousand euros (dollars) on the Austrian page of the auction website eBay, press reports said.


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