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Microsoft to invest 100 million dollars annually in China (AFP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, in response to mounting pressure from rivals Google and Yahoo!, state media said(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, the world's second largest Internet market with 111 million users, state press reported.


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Microsoft to Buy Safeco Office Campus (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. has agreed to pay $209.5 million for the Redmond office campus of Safeco Corp., the insurance company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday.

Microsoft Refutes 'Back Door' Claim (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has denied a security researcher's claims that the recent Windows Meta File (WMF) flaw was not a vulnerability, but instead a back door created by the company's developers to give them remote access to PCs.

Microsoft Issues First Vista OS Patch (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has issued a security patch for it's as-yet-unreleased operating system, Windows Vista. The patch, issued over the weekend, repairs the same graphics-rendering flaw discovered in Windows XP late last month.

Microsoft Updates Lotus Notes Migration Tools (PC World)
PC World - The company hopes to lure Notes users to Microsoft collaboration software.

Microsoft to offer production-ready Vista technologies (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Setting the stage for its planned Windows Vista desktop OS, Microsoft on Wednesday will release production-ready versions of Web services and workflow technologies slated for inclusion in Vista.

Microsoft Delivers Updated Test Build of Core Programming Components (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The January Community Technology Preview test build of WinFX is now available to any and all interested testers for download.

Cingular to sell phone with Microsoft software (Reuters)
Cingular Wireless sales consultant Marcell Lane shows how a phone works to a customer at a Cingular Wireless store in Atlanta, February 17, 2004. Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. cellphone service provider, said on Wednesday it would begin selling a mobile phone running the latest Microsoft Corp. software for mobile phones. REUTERS/ Tami ChappellReuters - Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. cellphone service provider, said on Wednesday it would begin selling a mobile phone running the latest Microsoft Corp. software for mobile phones.


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Microsoft Targets Lotus Notes Users with Free Migration Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has launched a suite of free software tools intended to encourage Lotus Notes or Domino users to migrate to Redmond's Exchange collaboration system.

Microsoft Refutes Windows "Back Door" Claim (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is rejecting allegations that the Windows Metafile (WMF) bug is actually a "back door" planted by the company's developers so they could secretly access users' PCs.

Disney looks beyond iTunes for on-demand ventures (Reuters)
Apple Computer Inc Chief Executive Steve Jobs displays the new iPod during a news conference in San Jose, California, October 12, 2005. The Walt Disney Co. has sold 1.5 million digital downloads of such TV titles as 'Lost,' 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Kim Possible' through Apple's iTunes store, and is seeking iTunes competitors to further such distribution, an executive said Wednesday. REUTERS/Monica DaveyReuters - The Walt Disney Co. has sold 1.5 million digital downloads of such TV titles as "Lost," "Desperate Housewives" and "Kim Possible" through Apple's iTunes store, and is seeking iTunes competitors to further such distribution, an executive said Wednesday.


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Konica Minolta to quit camera, photo business (Reuters)
Reuters - Japan's Konica Minolta Holdings Inc. said on Thursday it would withdraw from the camera and photo business and transfer a portion of its digital single lens reflex camera assets to Sony Corp.

Advanced 3G mobile phones gain momentum in Asia (Reuters)
NTT DoCoMo's new F702iD 3G FOMA handset (R) and N702iD are displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo January 17, 2006. REUTERS/Yuriko NakaoReuters - When Hong Kong lawyer Maureen Chow was expecting her first baby she bought her 84-year-old grandmother, who was in confinement, a high-speed advanced mobile phone so she could see her great-granddaughter via video phone.


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Fourth-quarter PC shipments up 17 pct: IDC (Reuters)
Worldwide personal computer shipments rose 17.1 percent to 61.1 million units in the fourth quarter of 2005, with North America slightly behind forecasts and international markets ahead, researcher IDC said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski.Reuters - Worldwide personal computer shipments rose 17.1 percent to 61.1 million units in the fourth quarter of 2005, with North America slightly behind forecasts and international markets ahead, researcher IDC said on Wednesday.


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Maine Touts Recycling Computer Monitors (AP)
Portland (Maine) Mayor Jim Cohen speaks at a news conference, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006, in Portland. Cohen touted Maine's first-in-the-nation environmental law that requires manufacturers of televisions and computer monitors to pay the recycling costs of their products  once they are discarded.   (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)AP - A first-in-the-nation law went into effect Wednesday in Maine, requiring makers of televisions and computer monitors to pick up the tab to recycle and safely dispose of their products once they are discarded.


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Microsoft to invest 100 million dollars annually in China (AFP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, in response to mounting pressure from rivals Google and Yahoo!, state media said(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, the world's second largest Internet market with 111 million users, state press reported.


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Clear Channel launches first multicast stations (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Communications Inc on Thursday will launch its first digital multicast channels in New York and San Francisco in an effort to modernize terrestrial radio amid rising competition with satellite radio.

Spanish telecom watchdog sees virtual mobile in '06 (Reuters)
Reuters - Spain could have its first virtual mobile network operators (MVNOs) launching cut-price mobile services this year, the head of Spain's telecoms watchdog said on Wednesday.

Collaborative development package adds wikis (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - VA Software has added wiki support to its SourceForge Enterprise Edition development environment for distributed developer teams.

High-Tech Prison to Open in Netherlands (AP)
Interior view of a cell at an experimental prison with minimum security in Lelystad, the Netherlands on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006. Inmates wear electronic wristbands that register every movement and allows them to pass from room to room when authorized. Detainees are kept in six-man dormitory cells, where they do their own cooking, washing, and organize their own daytime schedules via a touch-screen monitor at the foot of their beds. The prison was expected to open this week. (AP Photo/ Cor de Kock)AP - A high-tech prison opening this week where inmates wear electronic wristbands that track their every movement and guards monitor cells using emotion-recognition software.


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Disney looks beyond iTunes for on-demand ventures (Reuters)
Apple Computer Inc Chief Executive Steve Jobs displays the new iPod during a news conference in San Jose, California, October 12, 2005. The Walt Disney Co. has sold 1.5 million digital downloads of such TV titles as 'Lost,' 'Desperate Housewives' and 'Kim Possible' through Apple's iTunes store, and is seeking iTunes competitors to further such distribution, an executive said Wednesday. REUTERS/Monica DaveyReuters - The Walt Disney Co. has sold 1.5 million digital downloads of such TV titles as "Lost," "Desperate Housewives" and "Kim Possible" through Apple's iTunes store, and is seeking iTunes competitors to further such distribution, an executive said Wednesday.


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Microsoft to invest 100 million dollars annually in China (AFP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, in response to mounting pressure from rivals Google and Yahoo!, state media said(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft Corp will invest about 100 million dollars annually over the next three to five years in China, the world's second largest Internet market with 111 million users, state press reported.


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EBay plans instant-buying service (Reuters)
eBay's CEO Meg Whitman speaks after a speech to more than 400 attendees from the Hong Kong business community on the subject 'E-Commerce in Asia Helps Reinvent Global Trade' in Hong Kong April 13, 2004. EBay Inc. on Wednesday said it had unveiled a new instant-purchase service to supplement its bid-and-wait online auctions, pitting the company directly against conventional e-commerce retailers. REUTERS/Kin CheungReuters - EBay Inc. on Wednesday said it planned to offer an instant-purchase service to supplement its bid-and-wait online auctions, pitting the company directly against conventional e-commerce retailers.


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Magazine Shuns Ads for In-Game Trades (AP)
AP - PC Gamer, the country's largest magazine of its kind, will stop taking ads from companies involved in the trade of virtual objects and characters from online role-playing games.

Students Want Operator to Settle Claims (AP)
AP - Students sued by the recording industry for using the now-defunct i2hub online file-sharing network are demanding that its operator pay to settle music copyright-infringement claims.

Consumer Groups Push for Network Neutrality Rules (PC World)
PC World - Survey says U.S. broadband users want protection against providers' blocking or slowing content access.

Report: China Net Population Hits 111M (AP)
AP - China's Internet population, already the world's second largest after the United States, has risen to 111 million, state media reported.

Hackers Attack U.K. Student's Web Site (AP)
A handout image shows the Million Dollar Homepage website of Alex Tew December 29, 2005. Tew had the brainstorm for his million dollar home page called, logically enough, www.milliondollarhomepage.com. The idea: turn his home page into a billboard made up of a million dots, and sell them for a dollar a dot to anyone who wants to put up their logo. REUTERS/HandoutAP - A Web site that earned an enterprising British student $1 million suffered a crippling attack by ransom-seeking hackers.


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Salesforce.com Formally Launches AppExchange (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - After months of discussion, features announcements, and live previews, Salesforce.com has officially launched AppExchange, an online marketplace for hosted business applications.

Rare tracks excavated for digital downloading (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 100,000 out-of-print European tracks recorded by such artists as Marianne Faithfull, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Nirvana and Chris de Burgh, will be made available exclusively via Internet digital download, Universal Music Group International said Wednesday.

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