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Microsoft Profit Up on New Product Launch (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates holds a Treo 700W Jan. 4, 2006, at the International Consumer Electronics Show in a Las Vegas file photo. Microsoft Corp. is expected to release second-quarter earnings after the bell. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - The successful launch of a new server product and robust demand for personal computers powered by its Windows operating system helped Microsoft Corp. post a 5 percent increase in fiscal second quarter profits.


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Gates: beating Asia piracy to take 10 yrs (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a meeting in Bangalore, India December 9, 2005. Gates said on Friday beating software piracy in China and India and getting compliance up to U.S. and European levels would take 10 years. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates said on Friday that beating software piracy in China and India and getting compliance up to U.S. and European levels would take 10 years.


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Microsoft reports record second-quarter revenue (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. The US software colossus had record revenue of 11.84 billion dollars (US) for the financial quarter that ended December 31, 2005, the company reported(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US software colossus Microsoft had record revenue of 11.84 billion dollars (US) for the financial quarter that ended December 31, 2005, the company reported.


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Microsoft quarterly profit edges higher (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. posted higher quarterly profit on Thursday, boosted in part by the launch of the Xbox 360 game console and SQL Server 2005 corporate database software program. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. posted a 5 percent rise in quarterly profit on Thursday, boosted by strong personal computer sales and demand for its corporate database software.


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Microsoft says Xbox 360 sales started slow (Reuters)
Japanese customers carry their newly purchased Microsoft Corp's Xbox 360 video game console after an early morning launch in Tokyo December 10, 2005. Microsoft Corp. has lowered its 90-day Xbox 360 sales forecast due to production-related shortages but is holding fast to its target to sell between 4.5 million and 5.5 million video game consoles by the end of June, the company said on Thursday. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has lowered its 90-day Xbox 360 sales forecast due to production-related shortages but is holding fast to its target to sell between 4.5 million and 5.5 million video game consoles by the end of June, the company said on Thursday.


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Microsoft Considering Digital Player To Rival iPod (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Just when you thought Microsoft and Apple had called a truce, Microsoft says it is considering plans to build its own portable music player to rival Apple's iPod.

Microsoft Sales Miss As New Xbox Supply Lags Strong Demand (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft reported disappointing sales for the December quarter Thursday, blaming a failure to make enough Xbox 360 video game consoles to meet demand. But unearned revenue from customers signing long-term software contracts beat expectations, which cheered investors.

Microsoft Profits Up 5% On Xbox, Database Sales (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The company set a quarterly revenue record, but fell short of its forecast, and operating income fell reflecting higher expenses associated with new product launches.

Stocks jump on Caterpillar; Microsoft up late (Reuters)
Trading specialists work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January 23, 2006. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. stocks rallied on Thursday, buoyed by stronger-than-expected earnings from heavy equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. and a government report on durable goods orders that suggested the world's biggest economy is still on a stable growth path.


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Microsoft Adds More New Features to Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Improvements in Web portal include images in Live.com RSS feeds.

Survey: More Parents Playing Video Games (AP)
** FILE ** Kim Patton looks through her son Nicholas' Game Cube video games as Nicholas, 9, plays with a toy gun at their home in Belmont, Calif., March 1, 2005. Video games are becoming more popular as family entertainment, a national survey released, Jan. 26, 2006, says about one in three parents play too. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - In a sign that video games are becoming more popular as family entertainment, a national survey released Thursday indicates joysticks aren't just for kids.


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Philip Morris to Stop Supplying Dealers (AP)
AP - Philip Morris USA will stop supplying cigarettes to illegal Internet and mail order dealers as part of an agreement with attorneys general for 37 states and territories, New York officials said Thursday.

AOL Wins $5M Judgment Against Spammer (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** In a booking photo provided by the Dakota County Sheriff, Christopher William Smith, 25, the spammer known as Rizler, is shown April 5, 2005 in Hastings, Minn.  (AP Photo/Dakota County Sheriff via Star Tribune)AP - A man who sent billions of junk e-mails hawking online college degrees, sexually explicit Web sites and "generic Viagra" must pay more than $5 million in penalties to America Online Inc., a federal judge ruled.


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Activists Aid Woman in Music Piracy Case (AP)
Patricia Santangelo holds court papers at her home office desk in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., in this Dec. 21, 2005 file photo. With the help of internet activists, Santangelo has hired a lawyer to defend her in a court battle against the recording industry over the industry's lawsuit accusing her of downloading music. (AP Photo/Kathy Mclaughlin, File)AP - Patricia Santangelo just wanted to save money, but the mother of five quickly realized that acting as her own lawyer against the music companies accusing her of illegal downloading was a big-time money-burner.


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Washington State Files Spyware Suit (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In Washington's first lawsuit under a new antispyware law, the state's attorney general is alleging that a New York company's software claims to remove spyware but, in fact, actually renders users more susceptible to malicious software.

Megadeth turns to online artists to revamp mascot (Reuters)
Dave Mustaine, frontman of the thrash metal group Megadeth, performs during their concert in Sofia June 20, 2005. Heavy metal veterans Megadeth have turned to an online community of artists to redesign their longtime mascot, Vic Rattlehead. (Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)Reuters - Heavy metal veterans Megadeth have turned to an online community of artists to redesign their longtime mascot, Vic Rattlehead.


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Microsoft says Xbox 360 sales started slow (Reuters)
Japanese customers carry their newly purchased Microsoft Corp's Xbox 360 video game console after an early morning launch in Tokyo December 10, 2005. Microsoft Corp. has lowered its 90-day Xbox 360 sales forecast due to production-related shortages but is holding fast to its target to sell between 4.5 million and 5.5 million video game consoles by the end of June, the company said on Thursday. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has lowered its 90-day Xbox 360 sales forecast due to production-related shortages but is holding fast to its target to sell between 4.5 million and 5.5 million video game consoles by the end of June, the company said on Thursday.


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Silicon Valley plans region-wide wireless network (Reuters)
A man uses his Wi-Fi enabled laptop to surf the Internet in a publicity photo taken near San Francisco, January 19, 2005. A group of Silicon Valley civic and business leaders don't think the high-tech centre is connected enough. Now they are looking to catch up to cities around the world that are building region-wide wireless networks. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - A group of Silicon Valley civic and business leaders don't think the high-tech center is connected enough. Now they are looking to catch up to cities around the world that are building region-wide wireless networks.


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Torvalds Says No to Digital Rights Management License (PC World)
PC World - Says in Web posting he doesn't expect Linux kernel to adopt GPL v3.

Gates: beating Asia piracy to take 10 yrs (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a meeting in Bangalore, India December 9, 2005. Gates said on Friday beating software piracy in China and India and getting compliance up to U.S. and European levels would take 10 years. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates said on Friday that beating software piracy in China and India and getting compliance up to U.S. and European levels would take 10 years.


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Megadeth turns to online artists to revamp mascot (Reuters)
Dave Mustaine, frontman of the thrash metal group Megadeth, performs during their concert in Sofia June 20, 2005. Heavy metal veterans Megadeth have turned to an online community of artists to redesign their longtime mascot, Vic Rattlehead. (Stoyan Nenov/Reuters)Reuters - Heavy metal veterans Megadeth have turned to an online community of artists to redesign their longtime mascot, Vic Rattlehead.


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US tech firms that abet China censors face scrutiny (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing January 25, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc's decision to block politically sensitive terms on its new Chinese search site has drawn the scrutiny of U.S. lawmakers, who next month will probe American technology companies that help Beijing's censors.


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Philip Morris to Stop Supplying Dealers (AP)
AP - Philip Morris USA will stop supplying cigarettes to illegal Internet and mail order dealers as part of an agreement with attorneys general for 37 states and territories, New York officials said Thursday.

AOL Wins $5M Judgment Against Spammer (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** In a booking photo provided by the Dakota County Sheriff, Christopher William Smith, 25, the spammer known as Rizler, is shown April 5, 2005 in Hastings, Minn.  (AP Photo/Dakota County Sheriff via Star Tribune)AP - A man who sent billions of junk e-mails hawking online college degrees, sexually explicit Web sites and "generic Viagra" must pay more than $5 million in penalties to America Online Inc., a federal judge ruled.


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60 Million Americans Seek Help Online (TechWeb)
TechWeb - About 60 million Americans say the Internet played an important or crucial role in making a major decision in two years before being polled.

Security Volunteers Reach Out To Kama Sutra-Infected PCs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Security experts from a volunteer task force have working overtime with the Internet Storm Center and others to contact ISPs and companies whose computers have been infected with the Kama Sutra worm.

Activists Aid Woman in Music Piracy Case (AP)
Patricia Santangelo holds court papers at her home office desk in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., in this Dec. 21, 2005 file photo. With the help of internet activists, Santangelo has hired a lawyer to defend her in a court battle against the recording industry over the industry's lawsuit accusing her of downloading music. (AP Photo/Kathy Mclaughlin, File)AP - Patricia Santangelo just wanted to save money, but the mother of five quickly realized that acting as her own lawyer against the music companies accusing her of illegal downloading was a big-time money-burner. Fortunately, for her, it didn't take long for the Internet crowd to help her out.


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The Internet's New Social Order (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Topics of casual conversation rarely stray from the familiar -- love affairs, literary efforts, what's on TV -- but the ways in which people communicate certainly have changed over the decades. From letter writing to e-mails to instant messaging, people are connecting with more speed and less effort than ever before. But, as a carnival barker might say, you ain't seen nothing yet.

Review: Sony LocationFree Player Pak (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Where do you watch television the most? Is it on the couch, on a favorite recliner, or just in bed? With Sony's LocationFree Player Pak, you can watch your favorite shows from anywhere you can access a broadband connection.

Google Confirms Testing Redesigned Results Page (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google confirms that it is testing a redesigned page for presenting search results.

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