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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.

Amateur Video Sharing Grows Online (AP)
Janelle Gunther poses for a portrait Friday Jan. 20, 2006 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Over the past year, Gunther occasionally captured video with her Canon PowerShot digital camera: An elephant parading through city streets to the Ringling Bros. circus, her friends on stage during an improv dance show. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - Over the past year, Janelle Gunther occasionally captured video with her Canon PowerShot digital camera: An elephant parading through city streets to the Ringling Bros. circus, her friends on stage during an improv dance show.


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Eavesdropping Leaps Into 21st Century (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Beth Givens, the director of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, sits at her desk surrounded by files she refers to as 'her projects' Dec. 8, 2003 in San Diego. 'I consider the issue of public records on the Internet to be one of the most challenging public policy issues of our time,' said Givens. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)AP - In the past, intercepting communications meant just that — copying a telegram mid-route, steaming open an envelope or attaching alligator clips to the copper wires that connected every telephone in the world.


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AtomFilms to Launch Studio for Online (AP)
AP - As the Internet has become the people's stage and online video surges in popularity, AtomFilms is launching what could be among the first of many new studios dedicated to the production of video for online audiences.

Yahoo to Open Spain, Chile Research Labs (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. is opening its first research labs in Europe and South America, continuing a quest to close the gap separating it from online search engine leader Google Inc.

CBS, Fox Show Different Approaches to Tech (AP)
A view of Yahoo TV's web site. CBS is teaming with Yahoo Inc. for 'Comedy Bowl,' a week of free streaming of the network's Monday comedies 'Two and a Half Men' and 'How I Met Your Mother' on Yahoo TV. REUTERS/HandoutAP - In the fast-moving world of technology, Fox is the tortoise and CBS is the hare.


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EMI's Nicoli sees Internet reviving music industry (Reuters)
Reuters - Nobody said it was easy for EMI, the world's third-largest record company and the home of British band Coldplay, as the music industry has weathered six straight years of falling sales.

Bruised video game firm Majesco restarts its game (Reuters)
Reuters - Video game publisher Majesco invested heavily in a handful of current-generation games, including the Hollywood-licensed "Aeon Flux," only to have those games crash and burn at retail.

Western world eyes up digital music markets full of Asian promise (AFP)
Bangladeshi customer looks at CDs in a shop in Dhaka. As digital music explodes around the world, the Western music and mobile phone industries are turning their eyes towards the massive Asian markets full of Eastern promise(AFP/File/Farjana K. Godhuly)AFP - As digital music explodes around the world, the Western music and mobile phone industries are turning their eyes towards the massive Asian markets full of Eastern promise.


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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.

EMI's Nicoli sees Internet reviving music industry (Reuters)
Reuters - Nobody said it was easy for EMI, the world's third-largest record company and the home of British band Coldplay, as the music industry has weathered six straight years of falling sales.

AtomFilms to Launch Studio for Online (AP)
AP - As the Internet has become the people's stage and online video surges in popularity, AtomFilms is launching what could be among the first of many new studios dedicated to the production of video for online audiences.

Yahoo to Open Spain, Chile Research Labs (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. is opening its first research labs in Europe and South America, continuing a quest to close the gap separating it from online search engine leader Google Inc.

Yahoo expands Web-search research to Spain, Chile (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet media company Yahoo said on Sunday it was opening research centers in Spain and Chile, expanding its engineering efforts beyond the United States for the first time.

Amateur Video Sharing Grows Online (AP)
Janelle Gunther poses for a portrait Friday Jan. 20, 2006 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Over the past year, Gunther occasionally captured video with her Canon PowerShot digital camera: An elephant parading through city streets to the Ringling Bros. circus, her friends on stage during an improv dance show. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - Over the past year, Janelle Gunther occasionally captured video with her Canon PowerShot digital camera: An elephant parading through city streets to the Ringling Bros. circus, her friends on stage during an improv dance show.


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Music Sales Resumed Decline in 2005 (AP)
People gather at the entrance of the MIDEM, the world's most influential music trade fair, in the southeastern French city of Cannes, on the opening day of the event, with much of the focus expected to be on the challenges posed by online music sales.(AFP/Pascal Guyot)AP - Recorded music sales resumed their decline in 2005, the industry's leading global body said Sunday, despite high-profile victories against piracy and a surge in online and mobile music store revenues.


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Google pips Apple in 2005 brand poll (Reuters)
Internet search engine Google has retaken first place in the 2005 global poll of the world's most influential brands, while the eBay-owned web phone service Skype makes its debut at No. 3. REUTERS/Stephen Hird/fileReuters - Internet search engine Google has retaken first place in the 2005 global poll of the world's most influential brands, while the eBay-owned web phone service Skype makes its debut at No. 3.


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Record industry says court cases against internet piracy work (AFP)
People gather at the entrance of the MIDEM, the world's most influential music trade fair, in the southeastern French city of Cannes, on the opening day of the event, with much of the focus expected to be on the challenges posed by online music sales.(AFP/Pascal Guyot)AFP - Last year saw big advances and key legal victories in the record industry's fight against massive illegal Internet peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing, the head of the world recording industry association, the IFPI, said.


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Japan government rapped for supporting scandal-hit Internet whizz-kid (AFP)
Takafumi Horie, the Internet whizz-kid now embroiled in scandal. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's government has come under fire from within the ruling party for supporting Horie in last year's election.(AFP/File)AFP - Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's government has come under fire from within the ruling party for supporting in last year's election an Internet whizz-kid now embroiled in scandal.


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Japan prosecutors to grill Livedoor president over alleged fraud (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 - Japanese prosecutors will question the whiz-kid founder of major Internet firm Livedoor in the coming week in connection with a fraud scandal that has sparked market chaos, a news report said.


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