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Microsoft hopes to have virus patch next week (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp said it hopes to have a patch ready next week to fix the most recent flaw found in its Windows program -- a flaw that could leave computers vulnerable to a virus.

Yahoo options in demand amid Microsoft speculation (Reuters)
Reuters - Many option investors are betting on more gains in the shares of Web media company Yahoo Inc. amid speculation of a tie-up with Microsoft Corp. and high hopes for continued growth in Web advertising.

Microsoft scrambles to patch security hole in Windows operating system (AFP)
Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced(Microsoft)AFP - Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced.


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Starz Launches Internet Movie Download Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Backed by partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, cable network company Starz Entertainment Group unveiled an Internet movie download service.

Microsoft Prepares Patch for Windows Flaw (AP)
Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced(Microsoft)AP - Microsoft Corp. says it will be at least a week before it issues a fix to a recently discovered vulnerability that could let an attacker take control of an Internet-connected computer.


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Microsoft Urges Users to Wait for Official Patch (PC World)
PC World - Software giant says fix for WMF flaw is coming, advises against installing unofficial fixes.

Microsoft: Beware of Third-Party WMF Patch (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Redmond slaps a "buyer beware" tag on an unofficial hotfix for the zero-day WMF bug and promises its own properly tested update will be ready in time for January's Patch Day.

Experts: Windows Flaw Can't Wait for Microsoft Fix (PC World)
PC World - Users should consider applying an unofficial security patch, researchers say.

Starz to launch movie downloads service (Reuters)
Cable network Starz Entertainment Group LLC said it plans to launch an Internet movie download service called Vongo on Tuesday, backed by partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, amid a race to offer more videos over high-speed Internet connections. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Cable network Starz Entertainment Group LLC said it plans to launch an Internet movie download service on Tuesday, backed by partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, amid a race to offer more videos over high-speed Internet connections.


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The Return of the C:\ Prompt? (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft plans new text-based controls for Windows Vista.

Trade Show Promises More Hybrid Gadgets (AP)
Rachel Woodland demonstrates a video boxing simulator by Xavix at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 3, 2006.  The show opens January 8 and is expected to draw 2,500 exhibitors and 130,000 attendees from more than 110 countries. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - Flat-panel televisions with built-in digital video recorders. Pocketable satellite radio receivers that can bookmark songs for online purchase. High-definition TVs engineered to play video or display photos from any computer on your home network.


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Google Kicks Off New Year on High Note (AP)
Google Inc., the online media giant, will be able to sell its pending 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit as early as July 2008 according to Google's recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. RUETERS/File (Reuters)AP - Google Inc.'s new year is picking up right where 2005 left off — with ever-loftier expectations for the company's soaring stock and a feverish guessing game about the online search engine leader's next big move.


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Nintendo Sells 10M Handheld Game Systems (AP)
AP - Nintendo Co. said Tuesday that it has sold about 10 million of its Nintendo DS handheld game systems worldwide, including about 4 million in North America and more than 5 million in Japan.

Motorola Unveils New Music Radio Service (AP)
Chief Executive Officer of Motorola Inc. Ed Zander in the southern Indian city of Bangalore August 23, 2005. Motorola Inc., the world's No. 2 cell-phone maker, on Tuesday revealed details of its plans for iRadio, a subscription music service that will go on sale this year. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)AP - Motorola Inc., after nearly a year of vague pronouncements, unveiled Tuesday an ambitious music radio service for cell phones that also plays over car and home stereos.


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Starz Launches Internet Movie Download Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Backed by partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, cable network company Starz Entertainment Group unveiled an Internet movie download service.

Internet poses political challenge to Asian governments (AFP)
A man surfs through the internet for information in Singapore. Asian governments attempting to control the free flow of information face a struggle as their citizens increasingly turn to the Internet for alternative views.(AFP/Roslan Rahman)AFP - Asian governments attempting to control the free flow of information face a struggle as their citizens increasingly turn to the Internet for alternative views.


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2006 PC World Innovations Awards (PC World)
PC World - Innovation is everywhere: In sleek industrial design (Apple's iPod Nano), in unique technologies that enable new capabilities (Kodak's dual-lens EasyShare V570), and in products that bring the cost of high-end technologies down from the stratosphere (Sony's Handycam HDR-HC1 high-definition camcorder). Innovative products and services do it first, do it well, or re-imagine what's been done before. They're the kind of products that make you wonder: Why didn't I think of that?

Motorola Launches iRadio Music Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Motorola today introduced iRadio, a new service that lets you not only stream music to your mobile phone but also download songs or play them in the car or in your home. With the new service, Motorola is taking a different approach to mobile music than it did with the Rokr, an iTunes-enabled handheld that received only lukewarm reception.

The Print Shop: Linux Drivers Made Easy (PC World)
PC World - Getting your printer to play nicely with Linux is easier than ever.

Microsoft scrambles to patch security hole in Windows operating system (AFP)
Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced(Microsoft)AFP - Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced.


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Internet poses political challenge to Asian governments (AFP)
A man surfs through the internet for information in Singapore. Asian governments attempting to control the free flow of information face a struggle as their citizens increasingly turn to the Internet for alternative views.(AFP/Roslan Rahman)AFP - Asian governments attempting to control the free flow of information face a struggle as their citizens increasingly turn to the Internet for alternative views.


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Abramoff Pleads Guilty, Will Cooperate (AP)
Jack Abramoff leaves Federal Court in Washington Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006. The once-powerful lobbyist pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges of conspiracy, tax evasion and mail fraud, agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors investigating influence peddling that has threatened powerful members of the U.S. Congress. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)AP - In a deal that clears the way for the next phase of a widespread Capitol Hill corruption probe, lobbyist Jack Abramoff is telling prosecutors and the FBI about alleged bribes to lawmakers and their aides on issues ranging from Internet gambling to wireless phone service in the House.


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Box: Lobbyist Talking to Prosecutors (AP)
AP - LOBBYIST TALKS: Jack Abramoff is telling prosecutors and the FBI about alleged bribes to lawmakers and their aides on issues ranging from Internet gambling to wireless phone services in the House.

Trade Show Promises More Hybrid Gadgets (AP)
Rachel Woodland demonstrates a video boxing simulator by Xavix at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 3, 2006.  The show opens January 8 and is expected to draw 2,500 exhibitors and 130,000 attendees from more than 110 countries. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - Flat-panel televisions with built-in digital video recorders. Pocketable satellite radio receivers that can bookmark songs for online purchase. High-definition TVs engineered to play video or display photos from any computer on your home network.


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The New Digital World Blog (PC World)
PC World - Consumer electronics coverage in a fresh new wrapper.

Google Kicks Off New Year on High Note (AP)
Google Inc., the online media giant, will be able to sell its pending 5 percent stake in Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet unit as early as July 2008 according to Google's recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. RUETERS/File (Reuters)AP - Google Inc.'s new year is picking up right where 2005 left off — with ever-loftier expectations for the company's soaring stock and a feverish guessing game about the online search engine leader's next big move.


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Motorola Launches iRadio Music Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Motorola today introduced iRadio, a new service that lets you not only stream music to your mobile phone but also download songs or play them in the car or in your home. With the new service, Motorola is taking a different approach to mobile music than it did with the Rokr, an iTunes-enabled handheld that received only lukewarm reception.

Starz Launches Internet Movie Download Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Backed by partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, cable network company Starz Entertainment Group unveiled an Internet movie download service.

Microsoft Prepares Patch for Windows Flaw (AP)
Microsoft was hustling to fix a flaw that left its Windows operating platform vulnerable to attacks from hackers, the company announced(Microsoft)AP - Microsoft Corp. says it will be at least a week before it issues a fix to a recently discovered vulnerability that could let an attacker take control of an Internet-connected computer.


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Disney adds more shows for Apple's iTunes (Reuters)
Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, speaks in London during the launch of the European iTunes online music store June 15, 2004. The Walt Disney Co. is adding content from its ESPN channel and ABC sports to the shows it already sells on Apple Computer Inc.'s market-leading iTunes online music and video store. (Matt Dunham/Reuters)Reuters - The Walt Disney Co. is adding content from its ESPN channel and ABC sports to the shows it already sells on Apple Computer Inc.'s market-leading iTunes online music and video store.


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