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Microsoft to Launch Internet Research Lab (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates points to a display during a demonstration of how people might interact in the future during his keynote address at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. (Lee Celano/Microsoft Corp./Handout/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is creating a research lab devoted solely to developing Internet technology, as part of efforts to move products to market faster and better compete with rivals such as Google Inc.


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Microsoft Readies Two-Way Firewall for Vista (PC World)
PC World - Administrator-run firewall expected to be 'highly configurable.'

Microsoft Offers Up Source Code (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to comply with antitrust mandates in the European Union, Microsoft will offer licenses for some of its source code.

Was Bill Gates' Death-of-Spam Prediction Premature? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In January 2004, Bill Gates, the chairman of Microsoft, famously predicted the end of spam in a speech at the World Economic Forum. "Two years from now, spam will be solved," Gates said in his speech. But, as any e-mail user knows, spam is still flying over the Internet into everybody's inboxes.

Microsoft to Offer Access to Source Code (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft's top lawyer said on Wednesday that the company would take new compliance steps to meet requirements set by the European Commission. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Under threat of daily fines by European Union antitrust regulators, Microsoft Corp. agreed Wednesday to let competitors examine some of the blueprints to its flagship Windows operating system.


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Washington AG, Microsoft file spyware scam suit (Reuters)
Reuters - Washington state and Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday they filed civil suits against a New York-based company for violating the state's anti-spyware law and called for cooperation between technology companies and government to crack down on Internet fraud.

Microsoft to license Windows code in EU case (FT.com)
FT.com - Microsoft on Wednesday moved to resolve its long-running confrontation with European antitrust regulators by offering to give rival software companies access to parts of its Windows source code.Its offer - which it hopes will remove the threat of fresh financial penalties - came in response to the European Commission's warning last month that it would impose fines of up to EU2m ($2.46m) a day unless the US software group quickly complied with Brussels' 2004 antitrust ruling. The fines would come on top of the record EU497m payment the Commission ordered two years ago. ...

Microsoft offers to reveal computer code in EU anti-trust showdown (AFP)
The vice chairman of US software giant Microsoft, Brad Smith, gives a press conference in Brussels. Microsoft said it would comply with a key condition of the European Commission to resolve an anti-trust row by licensing the source code of its Windows operating system.(AFP/John Thys)AFP - US software giant Microsoft offered to make top-secret computer code available to competitors in order to meet the demands of EU regulators in a long-standing anti-trust dispute.


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Microsoft offers blueprint license to avert fines (Reuters)
Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith at a news conference in Brussels, January 25, 2006. (Yves Herman/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will license some of its secret software blueprints in an effort to avert fines of up to 2 million euros ($2.5 million) a day for failing to comply with European antitrust penalties, the U.S. company said on Wednesday.


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Microsoft Defends Decision to Give Up Search Data (PC World)
PC World - Company says that it did not divulge any personal information to the government.

Microsoft to Launch Internet Research Lab (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates points to a display during a demonstration of how people might interact in the future during his keynote address at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. (Lee Celano/Microsoft Corp./Handout/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is creating a research lab devoted solely to developing Internet technology, as part of efforts to move products to market faster and better compete with rivals such as Google Inc.


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Google Launches Censored China Site (AP)
About 20 people from the Students for a Free Tibet, including Rebecca Nelson, 9, right, of San Jose, gather in front of Google Inc., Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif., to protest the company's argeement to censor Internet search results in China. Google Inc. planned to launch a new site bearing China's Web suffix '.cn' on Wednesday, originally hosting it in the U.S. but eventually moving it to servers within China. (AP Photo/Dino Vournas)AP - Google Inc. launched a search engine in China on Wednesday that censors material about human rights, Tibet and other topics sensitive to Beijing — defending the move as a trade-off granting Chinese greater access to other information.


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Wal-Mart Launches Online Music Service (AP)
A Wal-Mart store in Loveland, Colorado is seen February 25, 2005. Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, has opened the door to a congressional hearing on industrial banks, saying in a recent letter it would be willing to testify to a subcommittee. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. launched an online music video and audio service with exclusive studio performances Wednesday, part of a broader strategy to make itself trendier and draw consumers already in the store for cheap staples into other departments.


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Ameriprise Notifies Clients of Data Theft (AP)
AP - Ameriprise Financial Inc. said Wednesday it has notified about 226,000 people that their names and other personal data were stored on a laptop computer that was stolen from an employee's vehicle.

Online Tax Filing No Longer Free for All (PC World)
PC World - IRS, tax software companies agree to restrict free online returns.

Web won't tear us apart : new survey (AFP)
Passengers surf the Web at Beijing airport. A new survey has found that far from driving people apart, new tools for email, online phone calls, webcams and instant messaging are bringing them closer(AFP/File/Goh Chain Hin)AFP - Not long ago, the Internet was decried by dissidents of the online revolution as a threat to society, sure to split families, fracture friendships and turn users into computer crazed geeks.


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Co. to Develop 'Star Trek' Video Games (AP)
AP - The "Star Trek" series, now relegated to video rentals and television reruns, plans to beam up some new video games later this year.

Qualcomm profit up but outlook disappoints (Reuters)
Reuters - Wireless technology company Qualcomm Inc. posted a higher fiscal first-quarter profit on Wednesday on strong cellphone demand, but its shares fell slightly as some investors were disappointed by its financial outlook.

Hewlett-Packard Looks To Expand On Its Success With Linux (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - For Hewlett-Packard, the Linux business ain't what it used to be -- it's much bigger.

Siebel fourth quarter earnings rise (Reuters)
Reuters - Business software maker Siebel Systems Inc. , which is slated to be bought by Oracle Corp. , on Wednesday said fourth-quarter net income rose alongside higher operating margins.

Web won't tear us apart : new survey (AFP)
Passengers surf the Web at Beijing airport. A new survey has found that far from driving people apart, new tools for email, online phone calls, webcams and instant messaging are bringing them closer(AFP/File/Goh Chain Hin)AFP - Not long ago, the Internet was decried by dissidents of the online revolution as a threat to society, sure to split families, fracture friendships and turn users into computer crazed geeks.


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Internet giant Google eyes profits as it bows to China (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.   Internet giant Google drew fire from activists after agreeing to censor websites and content in China while at the same time challenging the US government's request for Web search data.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Kowtowing to Chinese censors while defying US lawyers is part of a money-making strategy by Internet search powerhouse Google, analysts said.


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Microsoft to Launch Internet Research Lab (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates points to a display during a demonstration of how people might interact in the future during his keynote address at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. (Lee Celano/Microsoft Corp./Handout/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is creating a research lab devoted solely to developing Internet technology, as part of efforts to move products to market faster and better compete with rivals such as Google Inc.


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Livedoor scandal pours cold water on Internet hubble-bubble (AFP)
The arrest of young Internet entrepreneur Takafumi Horie, seen here, has poured cold water on Japan's online business boom and sounded a warning against blind investment in start-up firms, analysts say(AFP/File/Toshifumi Kitamura)AFP - The arrest of young Internet entrepreneur Takafumi Horie has poured cold water on Japan's online business boom and sounded a warning against blind investment in start-up firms, analysts say.


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Google Launches Censored China Site (AP)
About 20 people from the Students for a Free Tibet, including Rebecca Nelson, 9, right, of San Jose, gather in front of Google Inc., Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, in Mountain View, Calif., to protest the company's argeement to censor Internet search results in China. Google Inc. planned to launch a new site bearing China's Web suffix '.cn' on Wednesday, originally hosting it in the U.S. but eventually moving it to servers within China. (AP Photo/Dino Vournas)AP - Google Inc. launched a search engine in China on Wednesday that censors material about human rights, Tibet and other topics sensitive to Beijing — defending the move as a trade-off granting Chinese greater access to other information.


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Napster Cuts Roughly 10 Management Jobs (AP)
AP - Online music retailer Napster Inc. on Wednesday said it had cut roughly 10 middle management-level jobs, but dismissed reports suggesting it is on the auction block and that a wider round of layoffs was pending.

Wal-Mart Launches Online Music Service (AP)
A Wal-Mart store in Loveland, Colorado is seen February 25, 2005. Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, has opened the door to a congressional hearing on industrial banks, saying in a recent letter it would be willing to testify to a subcommittee. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Wal-Mart Stores Inc. launched an online music video and audio service with exclusive studio performances Wednesday, part of a broader strategy to make itself trendier and draw consumers already in the store for cheap staples into other departments.


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Scientists follow the money to predict epidemics (Reuters)
Reuters - A popular U.S. Web site that tracks the geographical circulation of money could offer new insights into predicting the spread of infectious diseases like bird flu.

Study: Internet Expands Social Contacts (AP)
AP - Alone on the Internet? Hardly. The cyberworld expands people's social networks and even encourages people to talk by phone or meet others in person, a new study finds.

Spill a cup of coffee over that annoying Web site (Reuters)
Reuters - Here's a way of venting your anger at a Web site that really annoys you - spill a cup of coffee over it, well, at least virtually.

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