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Microsoft's Ballmer Socks It To Rivals As Key Year Begins (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - At last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer took part in a virtual boxing match to demonstrate the company's new Xbox 360 video game console.

Microsoft's Office 12 Brings Home Bacon; Vista Hogs Spotlight (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft's Windows Vista will be grabbing the headlines this year. But the star performers for the company likely will be its upcoming Office 12 productivity software and its fast-growing server products.

Robert Fripp Records New Windows Sounds (AP)
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. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned users of its Windows operating system of two 'critical' security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp visited Microsoft Corp.'s campus recently to record sounds that could be used in the forthcoming version of the company's flagship Windows operating system.


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Microsoft Patches Two Critical Flaws (PC World)
PC World - Software giant issues fixes for Windows, Outlook, and Exchange.

Microsoft Readies 'NXT' to Take On 'Nix (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - UPDATED: Microsoft is set to launch a new software-marketing campaign aimed at convincing Linux and Unix users to migrate to Windows.

New Security Vulnerabilities Found in Windows (NewsFactor)
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. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned users of its Windows operating system of two 'critical' security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)NewsFactor - Just days after Microsoft issued a patch for a critical flaw related to Windows image rendering, security experts are claiming to have discovered at least two more vulnerabilities related to the same problem.


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IBM, HP, Sun Show Unity In One Way: Belief In Unix (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Sales for servers running the decades-old Unix operating system aren't growing as quickly as those that run on Microsoft's Windows and the open-source Linux. But recent maneuvers by large server vendors show that Unix is still a big business -- and showing new signs of life.

Microsoft File Name Patents Upheld (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that its patents on technology for saving computer files with familiar names had been upheld after a lengthy challenge.

Microsoft, Apple Sign 5-Year Software Pact (AP)
AP - Apple Computer Inc. won't thwart users from loading Microsoft's Windows operating system onto its new Intel-based Macintosh computers — but don't expect Apple to start offering a Mac running Windows.

Microsoft warns of critical Windows security flaws (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. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned users of its Windows operating system of two 'critical' security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned users of its Windows operating system of two "critical" security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer.


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Apple Shares Hit Record High on Intel News (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs gestures during his keynote address at the MacWorld conference in San Francisco, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006. Apple Computer Inc.'s historic shift to Intel Corp. microprocessors came months earlier than expected Tuesday as Jobs unveiled desktop and notebook computers based on new two-brained chips from the world's largest semiconductor company.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Apple Computer Inc. shares leapt to an all-time high on Wednesday, boosted by its decision to use Intel Corp. microprocessors to help it grab a bigger share of the desktop PC market.


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Dr. Phil to Offer Dating Advice on Web (AP)
AP - "Dr. Phil" McGraw is taking his relationship advice to the Internet. The author and syndicated talk show host will start offering his psychological pearls of wisdom Thursday morning in a deal with the online dating service Match.com.

TV Coming to In-Flight Internet Service (AP)
AP - Airline passengers will soon be able to watch live television on their laptops through Connexion by Boeing's in-flight Internet service.

Robert Fripp Records New Windows Sounds (AP)
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. Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday warned users of its Windows operating system of two 'critical' security flaws in its software that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp visited Microsoft Corp.'s campus recently to record sounds that could be used in the forthcoming version of the company's flagship Windows operating system.


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Levi Unveils iPod-Ready Jeans (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Levi Strauss has announced a new range of jeans specifically geared toward iPod users. They come complete with built-in headphones, joystick, and even a docking cradle.

Online shoppers turn to Google for search: report (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California on August 18, 2004. Online shoppers picked Google as their search engine of choice this December while making their holiday Web purchases, according to a report issued on Wednesday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Online shoppers picked Google Inc. as their search engine of choice this December while making their holiday Web purchases, according to a report issued on Wednesday.


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Burning Questions: Report From the Consumer Electronics Show (PC World)
PC World - Blue-laser discs are on the way, but current DVD products were still very much in evidence at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Review: Linksys Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with Wi-Fi Finder (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past few years, you know that wireless Internet is everywhere -- in hotels, coffee shops, airport lounges, and even at the park.

USPTO Revamps Open-Source Patent Process (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has partnered with IBM, Novell, and others in the open-source community to revamp the way the agency grants software-related patents. The announcement on Tuesday follows years of criticism from industry leaders and smaller firms that the agency fails to do due diligence in its patent-application investigations.

Microsoft Patches Two Critical Flaws (PC World)
PC World - Software giant issues fixes for Windows, Outlook, and Exchange.

Online shoppers turn to Google for search: report (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California on August 18, 2004. Online shoppers picked Google as their search engine of choice this December while making their holiday Web purchases, according to a report issued on Wednesday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Online shoppers picked Google Inc. as their search engine of choice this December while making their holiday Web purchases, according to a report issued on Wednesday.


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Review: Linksys Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with Wi-Fi Finder (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past few years, you know that wireless Internet is everywhere -- in hotels, coffee shops, airport lounges, and even at the park.

TV Coming to In-Flight Internet Service (AP)
AP - Airline passengers will soon be able to watch live television on their laptops through Connexion by Boeing's in-flight Internet service.

Colin Farrell's sex tape pops up on Internet despite ban (AFP)
Hell-raising movie star Colin Farrell, pictured in 2005, has forced the shutdown of a website after it offered viewers a peek at his home-made sex video in violation of a court order banning its release.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Brian Bahr)AFP - Hell-raising movie star Colin Farrell has forced the shutdown of a website after it offered viewers a peek at his home-made sex video in violation of a court order banning its release.


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Democracy Isn't Always Free Online (AP)
AP - You can watch meetings of the state utilities commission online — but you'll have to pay as if it were WrestleMania or Tyson vs. Holyfield.

Correction: Jan. 5 Video Online Story (AP)
AP - In a Jan. 5 story reviewing online news video offerings, The Associated Press reported erroneously, based on incorrect information provided by a company representative, that CNN International isn't available on U.S. cable systems. It reaches 4 million households in the United States.

European Tech Giants Craft Search Engine (AP)
AP - Quaero is billed as Europe's answer to Google, but it has a lot to live up to.

FTC launches site to fight cybercrime (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Responding to the rising cybercrime threat, the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday unveiled an online tool designed to help consumers avoid becoming victims of Internet scams.

In Brief: GeoTrust buys German smart card company (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Internet certificate authority GeoTrust has acquired TC TrustCenter a smart card vendor based in Hamburg, Germany. The acquisition is aimed at strengthening GeoTrust's portfolio of enterprise identity verification and authentication products.

Boeing Starts New Pricing for Internet (AP)
AP - Connexion by Boeing, a division of the aerospace company that offers in-flight Internet and entertainment services on several foreign airlines, says it will start charging people slightly less for online access — or slightly more, depending on how long they stay connected.

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