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Microsoft and BSkyB Bring On-Demand Video to Brits (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and British Sky Broadcasting Group, most commonly known as BSkyB, have hooked up to bring on-demand video to the PCs of eight million broadband subscribers in the UK. According to Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, the venture, along with others the software giant is pursuing, represents the clarion call for the end of television as consumers have known it.

Google not in competition with Microsoft: Schmidt (AFP)
The expansion of Internet search engine Google is not about direct competition with IT giant Microsoft, said the company's chief executive Eric Schmidt, pictured here in 2005(AFP/File/Toru Yamanaka)AFP - The expansion of Internet search engine Google is not about direct competition with IT giant Microsoft, the company's chief executive said.


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CES 2006 Announcements Fuel Digital Media Revolution (PC World)
Actor Tom Hanks, starring in the upcoming 'The Da Vinci Code' movie, gestures for the crowd to get together so he can shoot a picture with his Sony digital camera at the Sony keynote address at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Dan Brown's publisher will bring out the first U.S. paperback edition of his blockbuster 'The Da Vinci Code' on March 28, ahead of the May release of the film adaptation starring Tom Hanks, the company said on Monday. The movie is a Sony Pictures production. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)PC World - Windows Live services for Media Center PCs; a deal with MTV among Microsoft's moves.


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Microsoft Shuts Down Chinese Blog (AP)
Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates speaks during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday made available a patch earlier than anticipated to fix a flaw in its Windows operating system that could allow attackers to take control of a computer. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - Microsoft Corp. has shut down the Internet journal of a Chinese blogger that discussed politically sensitive issues, including a recent strike at a Beijing newspaper.


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Microsoft issues Windows fix early to foil hackers (AFP)

              
AFP - Microsoft released a security fix for a recently discovered flaw in its Windows operating system several days early, in a bid to foil hackers trying to exploit the vulnerability.


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Microsoft Releases Metafile Patch Ahead of Schedule (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Responding to demands for a fix to address a critical flaw in the Windows graphics-rendering engine, Microsoft issued a patch on Thursday, well in advance of the company's regularly scheduled monthly security update, which is set for next Tuesday.

Microsoft Tunes Into Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Software giant reveals plans to link the portal to Media Center PCs to give users more access to digital content.

Microsoft has no plan to buy Opera browser: paper (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates stands in front of the logo for the new Microsoft operating system Vista during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Software giant Microsoft has no plan to buy its small Norwegian Internet browser rival Opera Software, Microsoft's chief executive told Norwegian daily Aftenposten in an interview.


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Tech industry works to move Web content off PCs (USATODAY.com)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel introduces a new service called Yahoo! Go during the Yahoo keynote address at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. REUTERS/Rick WilkingUSATODAY.com - Companies such as Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Samsung all agree that the World Wide Web ought not be confined. They're packing the huge Consumer Electronics Show floor in Las Vegas with new products that promise to get the Internet off the desktop and into the real world.


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Bill Gates stake in Berkshire nears $400 million (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates speaks at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Gates paid $6.2 million for an additional 70 shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.  (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates paid $6.2 million for an additional 70 shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRKa.N) (BRKb.N), increasing his stake in the company to nearly $400 million.


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All Eyes on Jobs As Macworld Begins (AP)
Shoppers pass by the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile November 25, 2005. For the Mac faithful this time of year is a special one: The always lively annual Macworld conference that Apple Computer Inc. and co-founder Steve Jobs host in San Francisco. REUTERS/John GressAP - Apple Computer Inc. had no booth of its own at last week's massive annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It didn't need one. Apple's iPods were everywhere, the name of the company on myriad lips.


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Verizon's Music Service Hampers MP3 Ability (AP)
AP - The first edition of a new music service from Verizon Wireless hampers a cell phone's ability to play MP3 songs acquired elsewhere, a handicap the company says is purely temporary and unrelated to larger battles over digital copyright restrictions.

Automakers Introduce Several New Hybrids (AP)
The Mitsubishi CT concept is unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Monday, Jan. 9, 2006. The vehicle is hybrid-powered and designed at the Mitsubishi Motors Design Center in Cypress, Calif., The concept uses the Mitsubishi In-wheel Electric Vehicle (MIEV) hybrid powertrain, which employs an electric motor in each of the vehicles four wheels. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)AP - Automakers introduced several new hybrids at the North American International Auto Show, but several remain skeptical that the vehicles will make a profit anytime soon because of the high cost of development.


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Customer Choice the Theme of the Auto Show (AP)
General Motors' Camaro concept vehicle is unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Monday, Jan. 9, 2006.  (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)AP - Lexus and Chrysler are debuting luxurious sedans at this year's North American International Auto Show. Ford is offering a chiseled new crossover. Honda is hyping a subcompact. As the age of the SUV comes to an end in the United States, the world's automakers are engaged in a race to figure out the next hot trends.


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Linux Vulnerability Report Draws Criticism (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A U.S. government study that reports there were three times more software vulnerabilities in the Linux/Unix platform than in the Windows platform during 2005 not only is drawing criticism from the open-source community but also has prompted questions from security authorities.

Fiber-Optics Cut Affects Sprint Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp.'s wireless, long-distance and Internet customers along the West Coast were without service for several hours Monday after a fiber-optic cable was cut west of Phoenix.

Rivals Seek Entry in HD DVD Player Market (AP)
Actor Tom Hanks, starring in the upcoming 'The Da Vinci Code' movie, gestures for the crowd to get together so he can shoot a picture with his Sony digital camera at the Sony keynote address at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Dan Brown's publisher will bring out the first U.S. paperback edition of his blockbuster 'The Da Vinci Code' on March 28, ahead of the May release of the film adaptation starring Tom Hanks, the company said on Monday. The movie is a Sony Pictures production. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - It was supposed to be the grand unveiling of a new generation in home entertainment when Kevin Collins of Microsoft Corp. popped an HD DVD disc into a Toshiba production model and hit "play." Nothing happened.


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Nokia says resolves patent dispute with Kyocera (Reuters)
Reuters - Top global mobile phone maker Nokia (NOK1V.HE) has resolved its patent dispute with Japan's Kyocera, which will pay royalties to Nokia for all its CDMA mobile phone and module products, Nokia said, giving no financial details.

Eclipse rises victorious (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Although it began as an IBM endeavor in 2001, the Eclipse open source tools platform has come into its own, emerging as both an alternative to Microsoft in the application development space and the de facto standard for developing in Java.

Oracle Announces Expansion Plans in India (AP)
AP - U.S. business software maker Oracle Corp. plans to hire 1,400 people in India as part of its plans to expand its operations to nine more cites in the South Asian nation, a company executive said Tuesday.

Fiber-Optics Cut Affects Sprint Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp.'s wireless, long-distance and Internet customers along the West Coast were without service for several hours Monday after a fiber-optic cable was cut west of Phoenix.

Disney online sales show 30 percent holiday growth (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co on Monday said online and retail sales during the 2005 holiday season rose by double digits year over year.

Google Introduces Software Starter Kit (AP)
Larry Page, co-founder of Google Inc., delivers a keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2006. Page revealed a new service that will give consumers access to many features in one software download called Google Pack. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. is distributing a free software startup kit designed to make computing safer and easier — a generous gesture driven by the company's desire to steer technology offline as well as online.


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Google Plans to Expand Video Offerings (AP)
Actor Tom Hanks, starring in the upcoming 'The Da Vinci Code' movie, gestures for the crowd to get together so he can shoot a picture with his Sony digital camera at the Sony keynote address at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Dan Brown's publisher will bring out the first U.S. paperback edition of his blockbuster 'The Da Vinci Code' on March 28, ahead of the May release of the film adaptation starring Tom Hanks, the company said on Monday. The movie is a Sony Pictures production. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Google Inc. is upping the ante in the online video gold rush, allowing content owners to set their own prices in a bid to create a more flexible alternative to Apple Computer Inc.'s pioneering iTunes store.


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TiVo Uncharacteristically Quiet at CES (AP)
Lemi Lenoir, of Milpitas, Calif., reads the brochure of TiVo's Series 3 HD digital media recorder at the Consumer Electronic Show on Friday, Jan. 6, 2006, in Las Vegas.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - TiVo Inc., the digital video recorder pioneer, made headlines a year ago in vowing to take TV to the next level with support for high-definition video, software that can sling shows outside the box and a plan to pipe movies over the Internet.


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Microsoft and BSkyB Bring On-Demand Video to Brits (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and British Sky Broadcasting Group, most commonly known as BSkyB, have hooked up to bring on-demand video to the PCs of eight million broadband subscribers in the UK. According to Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, the venture, along with others the software giant is pursuing, represents the clarion call for the end of television as consumers have known it.

Customers Say Company Never Sent Items (AP)
AP - More than a thousand customers didn't receive items they ordered from a company that does business through Amazon.com Inc., forcing the massive online retailer to offer refunds.

Online SaaS directory launched (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Climbing on the SaaS bandwagon, ThinkStrategies, a consulting company focused on helping the enterprise transition to SaaS, today launched the first online directory of SaaS providers.

News Corp. to reveal wireless plans in two months (Reuters)
News Corp. Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch speaks at a media conference in Adelaide, Australia November 16, 2005. Murdoch on Monday said the company will disclose in the next two months how to enter the wireless high- speed Internet market. (Tony Lewis/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp. Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch on Monday said the company will disclose in the next two months how to enter the wireless high- speed Internet market.


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Macworld Begins: Apple Buzz Intensifies (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Apple Computer's Macworld conference begins, speculation about what the company will release is fast and furious on Apple fan sites and technology blogs.

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