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Microsoft beefs up push to small businesses (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. unveiled a new rebate and free service offer for its small business accounting software on Monday, aimed at luring customers away from rival Intuit Inc. in the months leading up to tax season. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new rebate and free service offer for its small business accounting software on Monday, aimed at luring customers away from rival Intuit Inc. in the months leading up to tax season.


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Microsoft Launches Advertising-Technology Research Center (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has brought together researchers from MSN and Microsoft Research, and tasked them with creating technology to refine the world of online advertising.

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.

New Technology Boosts Hard Drive Capacity (AP)
Seagate Technology's Momentus 5400.3 notebook hard drive is seen in an undated file photo. Seagate Technology on Wednesday said it would buy rival computer disk-drive maker Maxtor Corp. for $1.9 billion in stock, aiming to cut combined costs and drive development of new products. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Seagate Technology LLC has started shipping a notebook PC hard drive that overcomes an obstacle many feared would be a major roadblock to the further expansion of disk capacity — and the overall growth of the storage industry.


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Search Engines Going Far Beyond Maps (AP)
In an undated handout image from Amazon.com,  a mapping website is shown. Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. have begun offering photographic search results so detailed a user can make out whether their neighbor's hedge was trimmed perfectly at the time the image was taken, or what car was parked in front of a favorite local restaurant. (AP Photo/Amazon.com)AP - The images are so detailed you can tell whether a neighbor's hedge was recently trimmed or whether the car parked in front of a favorite local eatery might belong to a friend.


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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.


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Prosecutors Raid Livedoor Offices in Tokyo (AP)
Prosecutors arrive at the Roppongi Hills complex before raiding Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co., whose headquarters is housed in the skyscraper in Tokyo Monday, Jan. 16, 2006. Livedoor's outspoken chief executive Takafumi Horie had grown into a star for trying to buy media conglomerates and running in nationwide elections. The investigation was reported on suspicion that Livedoor had violated securities laws. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Prosecutors on Monday raided Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co., whose outspoken chief executive had grown into a star here for trying to buy media conglomerates and running in nationwide elections.


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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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Japan's IT whiz-kid under new scanner (AFP)
Flamboyant Japanese Internet entrepreneur Takafumi Horie, seen here, has vowed to keep expanding his business, despite prosecutors raiding his group for suspected illegal securities trading(AFP/Jiji Press/File)AFP - In under a decade flamboyant, Ferrari-driving tycoon Takafumi Horie built one of Japan's top Internet empires with an aggressive expansion drive that made him few friends in the establishment.


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'Rings' world expands with 'Battle II' game (Reuters)
Reuters - Electronic Arts is expanding its "Lord of the Rings" video game franchise beyond the scope of Peter Jackson's Oscar-winning trilogy.

US cable operator makes three offers for Virgin Mobile (AFP)
A man talks on his mobile phone outside the Virgin Megastore on Oxford Street in London.   The US cable operator NTL said it had made three new offers for the British telecommunications group Virgin Mobile, one of which was in cash and valued the company at around 940 million pounds (1.37 billion euros, 1.66 billion dollars).(AFP/File/Leon Neal)AFP - The US cable operator NTL said it had made three new offers for the British telecommunications group Virgin Mobile, one of which was in cash and valued the company at around 940 million pounds (1.37 billion euros, 1.66 billion dollars).


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GPL 3.0 Draft Tackles Patents, Compatibility (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The newly released draft of the GNU General Public License addresses issues of patent retaliation and clarifies the idea of "copyleft," among other changes.

Microsoft beefs up push to small businesses (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. unveiled a new rebate and free service offer for its small business accounting software on Monday, aimed at luring customers away from rival Intuit Inc. in the months leading up to tax season. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new rebate and free service offer for its small business accounting software on Monday, aimed at luring customers away from rival Intuit Inc. in the months leading up to tax season.


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Japan's IT whiz-kid under new scanner (AFP)
Flamboyant Japanese Internet entrepreneur Takafumi Horie, seen here, has vowed to keep expanding his business, despite prosecutors raiding his group for suspected illegal securities trading(AFP/Jiji Press/File)AFP - In under a decade flamboyant, Ferrari-driving tycoon Takafumi Horie built one of Japan's top Internet empires with an aggressive expansion drive that made him few friends in the establishment.


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Chirac Backs Euro Challenge to Google (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - French President Jacques Chirac has lent his support to Quaero, an ambitious Franco-German plan to challenge U.S. supremacy in the world of search engines.

Research: Internet Users Judge Sites in 50 Milliseconds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Those who surf the Internet typically make snap decisions about the quality of a Web site, according to a new research study.

Microsoft Launches Advertising-Technology Research Center (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has brought together researchers from MSN and Microsoft Research, and tasked them with creating technology to refine the world of online advertising.

A close-up view of the Netherlands online (Reuters)
Reuters - A Web site launched by Dutch real estate agents will allow house-hunters and the merely curious to view every inch of the Netherlands from next week.

UK to hold global talks on online gaming (Reuters)
Competitors practice before a gaming tournament in Singapore, November 17, 2005. Britain plans to hold global online gaming talks this year to seek support for its move to regulate the fast growing industry and help protect children from gaining access to the businesses' Web sites. REUTERS/Vivek PrakashReuters - Britain plans to hold global online gaming talks this year to seek support for its move to regulate the fast growing industry and help protect children from gaining access to the businesses' Web sites.


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Investor interest in Indian travel sites takes off (Reuters)
A group of tourists enter a monastery in the Indian state of Jammu, September 7, 2005. An Indian online travel firm founded by the creators of Ebookers will launch this year, tapping investor interest in a sector that stands to benefit both from India's economic growth and rising stature as a tourist destination. REUTERS/Fayaz KabliReuters - An Indian online travel firm founded by the creators of Ebookers will launch this year, tapping investor interest in a sector that stands to benefit both from India's economic growth and rising stature as a tourist destination.


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Prosecutors Raid Livedoor Offices in Tokyo (AP)
Prosecutors arrive at the Roppongi Hills complex before raiding Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co., whose headquarters is housed in the skyscraper in Tokyo Monday, Jan. 16, 2006. Livedoor's outspoken chief executive Takafumi Horie had grown into a star for trying to buy media conglomerates and running in nationwide elections. The investigation was reported on suspicion that Livedoor had violated securities laws. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)AP - Prosecutors on Monday raided Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co., whose outspoken chief executive had grown into a star here for trying to buy media conglomerates and running in nationwide elections.


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Search Engines Going Far Beyond Maps (AP)
In an undated handout image from Amazon.com,  a mapping website is shown. Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. have begun offering photographic search results so detailed a user can make out whether their neighbor's hedge was trimmed perfectly at the time the image was taken, or what car was parked in front of a favorite local restaurant. (AP Photo/Amazon.com)AP - The images are so detailed you can tell whether a neighbor's hedge was recently trimmed or whether the car parked in front of a favorite local eatery might belong to a friend.


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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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