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Backer of Microsoft Challenge Steps Down (AP)
AP - Massachusetts' tech adviser is resigning after leading the state to embrace an open, nonproprietary electronic data format that challenges Microsoft Corp.'s dominant Office suite of business software.

The 10 Biggest Microsoft Surprises of 2005 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - What were the most surprising Microsoft moments in 2005? Here's our list. What juicy items did we miss?

Microsoft Office "12" Preview (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - I've been playing with the new Microsoft Office beta recently, and find a lot to like as well as some frustrations.

NBC Acquires Majority Stake in MSNBC (AP)
An NBC Universal billboard is seen at the NBC studios in Brubank, California, May 19, 2004. NBC Universal said on Friday it has bought control of cable channel MSNBC, unraveling a joint venture with Microsoft Corp. as the software giant continues to shift away from content production. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - NBC is acquiring a majority stake in MSNBC from Microsoft Corp., giving NBC greater control over the struggling all-news cable channel and further scaling back the software giant's media ambitions.


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Gartner Warns About Vista Metadata Problem (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Windows Vista, the next version of Microsoft's Windows client operating system, will give users the ability to search for files by looking for information in the file's metadata tags. However, a report by I.T. research firm Gartner warned that allowing users to search for metadata tags in this manner could result in private information being inadvertently disclosed.

NBC to take control of MSNBC network from Microsoft (AFP)
Media group NBC Universal said it was to take control of 24-hour US cable channel MSNBC under an overhaul of its 10-year-old alliance with software giant Microsoft(MSNBC)AFP - Media group NBC Universal said it was to take control of 24-hour US cable channel MSNBC under an overhaul of its 10-year-old alliance with software giant Microsoft.


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Microsoft, Google settle legal wrangle in China (AFP)
A Chinese woman checks Google-Earth online. Google and Microsoft have ended a bitter legal wrangle over the Internet search king's July hiring of a former Microsoft vice president to head its China operations(AFP/File/Laurent Fievet)AFP - Google and Microsoft have ended a bitter legal wrangle over the Internet search king's July hiring of a former Microsoft vice president to head its China operations.


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Microsoft Seeks Online Partner (PC World)
PC World - After Google buys into AOL, software giant is apparently seeking a rival deal.

Windows Vista: Beware of Metadata Slips (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The keyword tagging system featured in Microsoft's upcoming Vista operating system could prove embarrassing if metadata comments are read by the wrong eyes, analysts warn.

European Union, Microsoft clash over settlement (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - The European Union has threatened to fine Microsoft up to 2 million euros ($2.37 million) a day, saying Thursday that the software company is not fully complying with the EU's 2004 antitrust ruling.

Samsung to market new phones with Vodafone, Qualcomm (Reuters)
A woman walks past a branch office of Samsung Electronics in Seoul, January 11, 2005. Samsung, the world's third-largest maker of handsets, will supply Vodafone Group Plc with new mobile phones that use Qualcomm Inc.'s modem chips, Samsung said on Wednesday. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the world's third-largest maker of handsets, will supply Vodafone Group Plc with new mobile phones that use Qualcomm Inc.'s modem chips, Samsung said on Wednesday.


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Move to new airwaves to cost $936 mln (Reuters)
A U.S. Army soldier looks up at a broadcast radio station tower erected by American forces in the Iraqi town of Ramadi, July 22, 2003. Moving U.S. Defense Department and 11 other government agencies' wireless communications to new airwaves will cost almost $936 million, according to a new government estimate released on Wednesday. (Faleh Kheiber/Reuters)Reuters - Moving the U.S. Defense Department and 11 other government agencies' wireless communications to new airwaves will cost almost $936 million, according to a government estimate released on Wednesday.


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China to get tough on cellphone fraud, spam (Reuters)
A college student makes a phone call at a job fair in Nanjing, December 25, 2005. (China Newsphoto/Reuters)Reuters - China will require all mobile phone subscribers to register using their real names next year, in a bid to curb rampant spam and growing fraud conducted over mobile services, the official Xinhua news agency said.


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AOL Unveils 2005's Top Spam Subject Lines (AP)
AP - Remember this scam? In the 1990s, e-mail hoaxers commonly claimed to be passing along a method for getting easy money from Bill Gates. While that particular fraud has faded, the spam-fighting team at America Online says celebrity-based variations continue, even as spammers get more sophisticated.

NBA to Digitize Decades of Game Footage (AP)
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) drives to the basket as Indiana Pacers forward Scot Pollard (62) defends during the second quarter of their NBA basketball game in San Antonio, Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2005. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)AP - The National Basketball Association has embarked on a digital archival project that will eventually make nearly 60 years of game footage available for fans to watch or mix into their own highlights packages.


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Opera Software chooses Google as search partner (Reuters)
Reuters - Norwegian Opera Software has agreed that Google Inc. will be the default partner for its mobile Internet browsers, Opera said on Thursday.

PlayStation Graffiti Ads Spark Controversy (AP)
Eddie Torres, of Philadelphia, walks by Sony Corp. ads for thier playstation portable games Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005, in a gritty north Philadelphia neighborhood. A city official says the ads violate a city zoning process. (AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy)AP - Sony Corp. scouted out an unusual place to advertise its PlayStation Portable before the holidays: the side of an abandoned building in a gritty North Philadelphia neighborhood.


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Linux Firms Say The Software Is Ready For Real-Time Applications (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - With a fast-growing presence in everything from servers to cell phones, the Linux operating system appears ready for prime time. But is it ready for real time?

A Watershed for Open Source (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - Open-source software isn't a new phenomenon. It has been winding its way through the tech world for decades, starting with Richard Stallman's Free Software movement in 1980s. But only in recent years have businesses warmed to the promise of low-cost, openly available software. In fact, open-source programs have become so popular, they now pose a legitimate threat to the established software giants.

Backer of Microsoft Challenge Steps Down (AP)
AP - Massachusetts' tech adviser is resigning after leading the state to embrace an open, nonproprietary electronic data format that challenges Microsoft Corp.'s dominant Office suite of business software.

Opera Software chooses Google as search partner (Reuters)
Reuters - Norwegian Opera Software has agreed that Google Inc. will be the default partner for its mobile Internet browsers, Opera said on Thursday.

NSA Web Site Plants 'Cookies' on Computers (AP)
Secretary of State Colin Powell, left, listens to President Bush speak to reporters, in this Jan. 10, 2005 file photo, in the Oval Office.  Powell  said on Sunday Dec. 25, 2005 supported government eavesdropping to prevent terrorism but said a major controversy over presidential powers could have been avoided by obtaining court warrants. Powell said that when he was in the Cabinet, he was not told that President Bush authorized a warrantless National Security Agency surveillance operation after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh/File)AP - The National Security Agency's Internet site has been placing files on visitors' computers that can track their Web surfing activity despite strict federal rules banning most of them.


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Men want facts, women seek relations on Web (Reuters)
The opening day of the Paris Apple Expo 2005, September 20, 2005. Internet users share many common interests, but men are heavier consumers of news, stocks, sports and pornography while more women look for health and religious guidance, a broad survey of U.S. Web usage has found. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Internet users share many common interests, but men are heavier consumers of news, stocks, sports and pornography while more women look for health and religious guidance, a broad survey of U.S. Web usage has found.


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AOL Unveils 2005's Top Spam Subject Lines (AP)
AP - Remember this scam? In the 1990s, e-mail hoaxers commonly claimed to be passing along a method for getting easy money from Bill Gates. While that particular fraud has faded, the spam-fighting team at America Online says celebrity-based variations continue, even as spammers get more sophisticated.

Study Shows Differences in Internet Use (AP)
AP - Women are now as likely to use the Internet as men — about two-thirds of both genders — yet a new study shows that gaps remain in what each sex does online.

Man pleads guilty to eBay Internet attack (Reuters)
An Oregon man has pleaded guilty to using a computer worm to launch attacks against Internet auction site eBay, the U.S. attorney's office handling the case said on Wednesday. (File/Reuters)Reuters - An Oregon man has pleaded guilty to using a computer worm to launch attacks against Internet auction site eBay Inc., the U.S. attorney's office handling the case said on Wednesday.


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Man Pleads Guilty to Computer Attacks (AP)
AP - A man pleaded guilty to infecting about 20,000 computers with a worm and using them to launch denial of service attacks against eBay Inc. and other online businesses in 2003.

Virus Poses as MSN Messenger Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A new virus purporting to be a leaked pre-release version of MSN Messenger has popped up on the Web. Although the virus has not become widespread, the sophistication of the ploy has raised concerns among security researchers.

CBS Streams TV Shows on Yahoo (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - CBS has hooked up with Internet portal Yahoo to deliver two of the network's prime-time sitcoms in a joint promotion dubbed "Comedy Bowl" that will run for one week.

Stallone Magazine Allowed to Stay on Sale (AP)
Actor Sylvester Stallone, right, and television producer Mark Burnett take questions from the media about their reality television show 'The Contender' in this Feb. 24, 2004, file photo in Los Angeles. Stallone can keep his magazine 'Sly' on newsstands despite the complaints of an Internet magazine with the same name that a judge suggested was more of a shoe 'fetish' publication. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Sylvester Stallone can keep his magazine, Sly, on newsstands despite the complaints of an Internet magazine with the same name that a judge suggested was more of a shoe "fetish" publication.


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