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Microsoft Expands Presence in India (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's Research India division is doubling the size of its research staff over the next 18 months. The increase will facilitate research on existing projects, but also will enable the lab to create a new research group focused on cryptography and security.

Microsoft Data Collection Troubles Some Users (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft monitors the security health of PCs running its OneCare Live security service by collecting data from users' computers, but some users think it's too much.

New Kama Sutra Worms Corrupts Microsoft Documents (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A new worm that already accounts for 1 in every 15 pieces of malicious code carries a "nuclear option" payload that corrupts data.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 Leaks To Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Screenshots and code for the most recent build of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 browser have leaked to the Internet, several Windows-related sites say.

Microsoft Ready to Pull Office Live Beta Trigger (PC World)
PC World - Hosted service will include an e-mail app that allows users to read and receive e-mail using any Internet-connected computer.

Microsoft says China R and D investment steady (AFP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp said annual spending in China on reseach and development remained at 100 million dollars and no additional investment would be made as state press indicated earlier(AFP/File)AFP - Microsoft Corp said annual spending in China on research and development remained at 100 million dollars and no additional investment would be made as state press indicated earlier.


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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)
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 WilkingNewsFactor - 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.


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Microsoft Issues First Vista OS Patch (NewsFactor)
In an undated handout image from Google.com, a still from the Google Earth 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/Google.com)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.


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

Gas Leaks Prompt High-Tech Detection Tools (AP)
AP - A single-engine plane eases into the sky above the corn and onion fields west of Rochester, and its underside opens like the bay of a World War II bomber.

Google's Stock Sinks on Worries About 4Q (AP)
Google CEO Larry Page introduces Google Talk Beta, a free global online instant messaging and talk software application  Jan. 6, 2006, at the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, in a Las Vegas file photo. Google Inc. rebuffs the Bush administration's request, in a porn probe, for a broad range of information from the search engine leader's massive databases. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - Google Inc.'s stock price plunged below $400 Friday for the first time in two months as a brewing battle with the Bush administration compounded investor worries about the online search engine leader's upcoming fourth quarter earnings report.


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Super Bowl Advertisers Make Online Tie-Ins (AP)
In this handout image from Emerald Nuts, a group of people pose for a camera. Super Bowl ads are on the way. This year, even more than in recent years, advertisers are doing more to leverage the impact of a splashy ad on the Super Bowl by fashioning online campaigns and promotions in hopes of keeping up interest in the ads. (AP Photo/Emerald Nuts)AP - If Miss Piggy is dressing up like Jessica Simpson, monkeys are rampaging around office cubicles and networking druids are yammering into cell phones, it can only mean one thing: Super Bowl ads are on the way.


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Format War Looms for New Wireless Standard (AP)
AP - A technology that promises to replace the cables behind TV sets and entertainment centers with wireless connections appears to be headed for a format war, after two industry organizations formally broke off their collaboration.

Google Rebuffs Feds on Search Requests (AP)
Google CEO Larry Page introduces Google Talk Beta, a free global online instant messaging and talk software application  Jan. 6, 2006, at the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, in a Las Vegas file photo. Google Inc. rebuffs the Bush administration's request, in a porn probe, for a broad range of information from the search engine leader's massive databases. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - Google Inc. is rebuffing the Bush administration's demand for a peek at what millions of people have been looking up on the Internet's leading search engine — a request that underscores the potential for online databases to become tools for government surveillance.


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How Japan's Internet king lost his crown (AFP)
Japanese prosecutors will question the whiz-kid founder of major Internet firm Livedoor, Takafumi Horie, seen here on 17 January, in the coming week in connection with a fraud scandal that has sparked market chaos, a news report said(AFP/JIJI PRESS/File)AFP - It began with a tip-off to the media that the offices of one of Japan's top Internet entrepreneurs was going to be raided. Soon dozens of reporters were camped outside, a whiff of scandal in the air.


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Cingular Denies Treo Is a Smartphone (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Is Palm's Treo device a smartphone? Not according to U.S. wireless carrier Cingular, which says the wireless device is a PDA. But do consumers really care?

India's mobile giants battle it out in the villages (Reuters)
Reuters - Mobile phone companies are taking cheap handsets and life-time prepaid services to India's hundreds of millions of low-income earners in a bid to expand market share and maintain their break-neck rates of growth.

Security Patch Watch: Skype, Cisco, FreeBSD (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - eBay-owned Skype corrects a bug that caused the application to be misread as a potential security threat; Cisco and FreeBSD also ships security-centric upgrades.

IBM Upgrades Data Protection for Outlook, Lotus (TechWeb)
TechWeb - IBM has announced an upgrade to its Continuous Data Protection for Files software with more subfile backup for Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook and additional administrative tools.

How Japan's Internet king lost his crown (AFP)
Japanese prosecutors will question the whiz-kid founder of major Internet firm Livedoor, Takafumi Horie, seen here on 17 January, in the coming week in connection with a fraud scandal that has sparked market chaos, a news report said(AFP/JIJI PRESS/File)AFP - It began with a tip-off to the media that the offices of one of Japan's top Internet entrepreneurs was going to be raided. Soon dozens of reporters were camped outside, a whiff of scandal in the air.


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Google case boosts furor over US privacy threats (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall. A legal standoff between the US Justice Department and internet search giant Google has added fuel to an already heated debate over the government's right of access to potentially personal data.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - A legal standoff between the US Justice Department and internet search giant Google has added fuel to an already heated debate over the government's right of access to potentially personal data.


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Q&A From a White House Pastry Chef (AP)
AP - Roland Mesnier offered a peek behind the pots when he worked as White House pastry chef. Excerpts from an online chat before his departure in 2004:

Sundance Film Festival Puts More Content, Emphasis Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Sundance Film Festival has long played host to innovators by tapping into the imagination. Now coordinators are tapping into the Internet to showcase video blogging, podcasts and short films.

Analysis: Google Case Raises New Questions (AP)
AP - Already on the defensive over its domestic spying program, the Bush administration has alarmed privacy and free-speech advocates by demanding search information about millions of users of Google and other Internet companies.

Search Engines' Trustworthiness Shaken By Government Data Gathering (TechWeb)
TechWeb - When major search engines hand over anonymous search results to government officials, it makes one wonder: Can Internet businesses be trusted with people's private information.

Google Resists the Feds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google is refusing to comply with a U.S. Department of Justice subpoena to provide the records of the searches that Web users ask it to carry out.

Digital Music Sales Triple in 2005 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Music fans buying their tunes online and via mobile phones helped drive digital-music sales to $1.1 billion in 2005, marking a three-fold increase over the $380 million record labels earned the previous year, according to figures released by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).

Online Banking: How Safe Is Your Money? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Online banking is suffering through a withdrawal phase. A study last fall by I.T. security firm Entrust found that 18 percent of Americans who bank online plan to do so less often because of security concerns. A third of the respondents said they were worried about their bank's Web site being spoofed by a fraudulent facsimile that would trick them into divulging their logon information.

Google Rebuffs Feds on Search Requests (AP)
Google CEO Larry Page introduces Google Talk Beta, a free global online instant messaging and talk software application  Jan. 6, 2006, at the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, in a Las Vegas file photo. Google Inc. rebuffs the Bush administration's request, in a porn probe, for a broad range of information from the search engine leader's massive databases. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - Google Inc. is rebuffing the Bush administration's demand for a peek at what millions of people have been looking up on the Internet's leading search engine — a request that underscores the potential for online databases to become tools for government surveillance.


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