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Microsoft Ships First Vista Security Patches (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Beta testers running the Windows Vista December CTP and Windows Vista Beta 1 are urged to apply the patches, which provide protection from the WMF/Graphics Rendering Engine vulnerability.

California Court Upholds Microsoft Settlement (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft's mammoth $1.1 billion California class-action settlement remains unchanged as the court rebuffs a remaining appeal over the terms of the payout.

Microsoft to Stop Developing Media Software (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will stop developing a version of its Windows Media Player for Apple Computer Inc.'s Macs, and will instead offer free technology that lets people play Windows Media files using Apple's own software.

600,000 Xbox 360 game units sold in US: group (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Xbox 360 video game console and controller are pictured in Los Angeles November 18, 2005. Microsoft has sold 600,000 of its new Xbox 360 video game consoles in the United States since its November launch, an analyst for market researcher NPD Group said on Friday. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Microsoft Corp. has sold 600,000 of its new Xbox 360 video game consoles in the United States since its November launch, an analyst for market researcher NPD Group said on Friday.


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Microsoft Unveils Ad-Technology Lab (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. has unveiled an advertising lab that will develop technologies for its upcoming AdCenter.

Microsoft Readies Mouse, Keyboard For The Mac (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The summer release will be the first time the software giant has shipped a product specifically for an Apple computer.

Windows On Macs: Money In Microsoft's Pocket (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Apple has opened the door to the possibility of users dual-booting both Apple's own Mac OS, and its rival on the Intel PC platform, Microsoft Windows.

Five Things You Didn't Know About Windows Vista (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some of the more offbeat angles surrounding Microsoft's upcoming operating system involve guessing its launch date, finding where to go to get a Vista-related job, and seeing who's got the name registered as a trademark.

Will Your Intel-Based Mac Run Windows? (PC World)
PC World - New hardware offers more options, but running Microsoft's OS may not be easy.

Microsoft, Apple Reaffirm Office's Future (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft will continue to develop its Office for Mac software for at least another five years, the company's Macintosh Business Unit has announced.

Russian Tycoon Is Spammers' New Target (AP)
Former Russian oil giant Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky is seen in a defendant's glass cage in a court room in Moscow, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005. Thanks to the politically charged jailing ofl Khodorkovsky, Russia these days has more in common with Nigeria than just oil. A wave of familiar-sounding scam e-mails in the style of Nigeria's notorious spammers have popped up in inboxes from Moscow to Kentucky. But instead of impassioned pleas by dead African dictators' aides to move millions of dollars overseas, the appeals appear to come from the inner retinue of Russia's once-richest man. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze, File)AP - Russia has more in common with Nigeria these days than just oil. Following up on the politically charged jailing of oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a wave of scam e-mails in the style of Nigeria's notorious spammers have been popping up in inboxes from Moscow to Kentucky.


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Some Students Prefer Taking Classes Online (AP)
Andy Steele, a senior at Black Hills State University takes an online course in the library of the campus Tuesday morning, Jan. 10, 2006, in in Spearfish S.D. Steele prefers to take his college courses online rather than in the classroom, which has become a growing trend. He gets better grades and learns more, he says, and insists he isn't missing out on the college experience. (AP Photos/Johnny Sundby)AP - Andy Steele lives just a few blocks from the campus of Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., so commuting to class isn't the problem. But he doesn't like lectures much, isn't a morning person, and wants time during the day to restore motorcycles.


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Microsoft to Stop Developing Media Software (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. will stop developing a version of its Windows Media Player for Apple Computer Inc.'s Macs, and will instead offer free technology that lets people play Windows Media files using Apple's own software.

Portables Drive Record Video Game Sales (AP)
AP - U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories hit a record $10.5 billion in 2005 as strong demand from portable gaming gadgets offset weakness in console players, the NPD Group research firm reported Friday.

Microsoft Plans Launch of Search Ad System (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 - Microsoft Corp. plans to launch its system for selling advertising alongside regular search results by June in the United States, giving the company its next piece of ammunition in the battle with rivals including Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Million dollar idea -- British students turn pixels into profit (AFP)
The Million Dollar Homepage is seen on a computer screen in London. Alex Tew, a 21-year-old Briton, will soon be banking the final cents of revenue totalling more than one million dollars (830,000 euros), earned since he created the website last summer.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - While most business students struggle to manage their debts, Alex Tew has a different problem: deciding how to spend the cash from an Internet brainwave that made him instantly rich and a fledgling entrepreneur.


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Video game sales up in 2005 (Reuters)
Gamers line up to play Nintendo DS at the block party for the grand opening of the new Nintendo World store in New York's Rockefeller Center on May 14, 2005. U.S. retail sales of video game consoles, hand-held devices, games and accessories were up 6 percent to $10.5 billion in 2005, market researchers NPD Group said on Friday. REUTERS/Jeff ChristensenReuters - U.S. retail sales of video game consoles, hand-held devices, games and accessories were up 6 percent to $10.5 billion in 2005, market researchers NPD Group said on Friday.


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Agencies probing sales of cellphone data (Reuters)
A U.S. Congressman said on Friday that federal agencies were looking into whether telephone companies were sufficiently protecting consumers' records amid concerns that Internet sites were selling cellphone call information. REUTERS/Jonathan EvansReuters - A U.S. Congressman said on Friday that federal agencies were looking into whether telephone companies were sufficiently protecting consumers' records amid concerns that Internet sites were selling cellphone call information.


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Mozilla Releases Thunderbird 1.5 E-Mail Client (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Mozilla Corp. has formally released a new version of its Thunderbird e-mail client, which promises improved security features and tools designed to make the open-source product more user-friendly.

Apple's iTunes Under Fire for Privacy Issues (NewsFactor)
Apple Computer Inc.'s new Intel-powered desktop computer, the iMac, is seen with an iPod (L) in this January 10, 2006 handout. REUTERS/Apple/HandoutNewsFactor - Apple Computer has come under fire because the new version of its iTunes music software is able to monitor listening habits. The iTunes software update, which was issued on January 10, incorporates a feature that recommends songs according to the tracks you play.


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Million dollar idea -- British students turn pixels into profit (AFP)
The Million Dollar Homepage is seen on a computer screen in London. Alex Tew, a 21-year-old Briton, will soon be banking the final cents of revenue totalling more than one million dollars (830,000 euros), earned since he created the website last summer.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - While most business students struggle to manage their debts, Alex Tew has a different problem: deciding how to spend the cash from an Internet brainwave that made him instantly rich and a fledgling entrepreneur.


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Poll shows embattled DeLay trailing in Texas race (Reuters)
Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX) speaks during a public gathering at the Heritage Foundation near Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. DeLay trails a Democratic challenger for his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and is viewed favorably by only 28 percent of people questioned in a poll of his Houston area district, the Houston Chronicle said in its online edition on Saturday. The survey of 560 registered voters conducted Tuesday through Thursday found 30 percent favored former U.S. Rep. Nick Lampson, a Democrat, compared with 22 percent for DeLay, who has represented the district for 22 years.Reuters - Embattled Republican Tom DeLay trails a Democratic challenger for his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and is viewed favorably by only 28 percent of people questioned in a poll of his Houston area district, the Houston Chronicle said in its online edition on Saturday.


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Eminem and Ex-Wife Remarry in Michigan (AP)
Guests arrive for the wedding of Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, and his ex-wife Kimberly Mathers at Oakland University's Meadowbrook Hall Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006, in Rochester Hills, Mich. The pair were first married in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1999. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)AP - Eminem remarried his high school sweetheart Saturday, a month after the superstar rapper announced they were getting back together, his publicist said.


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Some Students Prefer Taking Classes Online (AP)
Andy Steele, a senior at Black Hills State University takes an online course in the library of the campus Tuesday morning, Jan. 10, 2006, in in Spearfish S.D. Steele prefers to take his college courses online rather than in the classroom, which has become a growing trend. He gets better grades and learns more, he says, and insists he isn't missing out on the college experience. (AP Photos/Johnny Sundby)AP - Andy Steele lives just a few blocks from the campus of Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., so commuting to class isn't the problem. But he doesn't like lectures much, isn't a morning person, and wants time during the day to restore motorcycles.


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Agencies probing sales of cellphone data (Reuters)
A U.S. Congressman said on Friday that federal agencies were looking into whether telephone companies were sufficiently protecting consumers' records amid concerns that Internet sites were selling cellphone call information. REUTERS/Jonathan EvansReuters - A U.S. Congressman said on Friday that federal agencies were looking into whether telephone companies were sufficiently protecting consumers' records amid concerns that Internet sites were selling cellphone call information.


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Google Launches Personalized Homepage For Mobile Devices (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mobile users can set it up to automatically display information including stock quotes, news headlines, GMail, local weather, and selected RSS feeds.

NSA's Web Site Rendered Inaccessible (AP)
AP - The Web site for the National Security Agency, which has been under scrutiny over domestic wiretaps it conducted without warrants, was inaccessible for more than seven hours Friday.

Apple's iTunes Under Fire for Privacy Issues (NewsFactor)
Apple Computer Inc.'s new Intel-powered desktop computer, the iMac, is seen with an iPod (L) in this January 10, 2006 handout. REUTERS/Apple/HandoutNewsFactor - Apple Computer has come under fire because the new version of its iTunes music software is able to monitor listening habits. The iTunes software update, which was issued on January 10, incorporates a feature that recommends songs according to the tracks you play.


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FBI Warns of Mining Tragedy E-Mail Fraud (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The FBI has put out an alert to warn Internet users about a hoax e-mail that is soliciting money for a survivor of last week's mine disaster in West Virginia.

Yahoo Loses Lawsuit Over Nazi Memorabilia Sale (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A divided U.S. court decided Yahoo is liable for a fine levied in France for Yahoo's failure to keep Nazi memorabilia off its Web pages. Despite the ruling against it, Yahoo hailed the decision as a victory for free speech.

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