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Man Sentenced for Stealing Microsoft Code (AP)
AP - A Connecticut man known on the Internet as "illwill" was sentenced to two years in prison Friday for stealing the source code to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating software, among the company's most prized products.

Microsoft Plans Staggered Release Of Windows Vista Beta 2 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Businesses will get it first, consumers get it next. Microsoft executive Jim Allchin says the two-phase release doesn't mean features are missing or that the ship date could be delayed until 2007.

2Q Results Blessing, Curse for Microsoft (AP)
The Microsoft Xbox 360 is on display at the the annual Microsoft shareholder meeting in a Bellevue Wash. file photo from Nov. 9, 2005.  The coming months will see Microsoft Corp. continuing to invest in industries where it remains the underdog, such as Internet technology and videogame consoles, while still making the bulk of its money from less flashy standbys, such as Windows, Office and server software.    (AP Photo/John Froschauer, File)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s well-received second-quarter earnings report illustrates a blessing and a curse for the technology company. While it may get attention for things like its Xbox 360 videogame console and MSN Internet search engine, when it comes to making money, Microsoft still depends on less flashy standbys such as Windows, Office and server software.


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Microsoft Shares Advance on 2Q Results (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 - Microsoft Corp. shares rose nearly 5 percent Friday in the wake of its report of a 5 percent increase in its fiscal second-quarter profit.


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Microsoft Office's Flat Profits Show Tough Sales Job (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Analysts pondering Microsoft's latest quarterly corporate earnings report say flat profits for Microsoft Office reflect Microsoft's problem in growing the sales of its market-dominate productivity suite.

Allchin Discusses Possible Changes at Microsoft (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Redmond co-president of Platforms, Products and Services says the company is "in the middle of a transition."

Stocks close higher on earnings, rate outlook (Reuters)
Trading specialists work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January 23, 2006. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. stocks rose sharply on Friday, buoyed by higher profits from blue chips Microsoft Corp. and Procter & Gamble Co., while a government report showing slower-than-expected economic growth lifted expectations for an end to interest-rate increases.


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Microsoft Business Solutions Turns Profitable (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Business Solutions, the company's enterprise applications arm, got a boost when the software company released earnings.

Judge gives man two years in Microsoft case (Reuters)
A sign promoting Microsoft's Windows software is displayed at a subway station in Seoul, December 7, 2005. A federal judge on Friday sentenced a convicted hacker known as 'illwill' to two years in prison for selling the code, or software blueprint, for Microsoft Corp.'s closely guarded Windows programs. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - A federal judge on Friday sentenced a convicted hacker known as "illwill" to two years in prison for selling the code, or software blueprint, for Microsoft Corp.'s closely guarded Windows programs.


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Microsoft to Skip Vista Beta 2 (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Redmond is planning to rely more on Community Technology Previews for Windows input, and has two new Vista test builds planned for the next two calendar quarters.

'Electronic Discovery' Industry Blooming (AP)
Michele Lange, the staff attorney for Legal Technologies, at Kroll Ontrack in Eden Prairie, Minn. on Friday, January 20, 2006. Behind her employees work on computers at the 'electronic discovery' center. Even just a few years ago, lawyers in big corporate lawsuits sometimes agreed not to poke around in the other party's e-mails. Instead they confined themselves to paper memos and other official documents on file as they pursued evidence for a case. (AP Photo/Beth Schlanker)AP - Even just a few years ago, lawyers in corporate lawsuits sometimes agreed not to poke around in their opponents' e-mails. Instead they'd confine themselves to paper memos and other documents on file as they pursued evidence.


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Freescale Banks on New Transistor Design (AP)
AP - Freescale Semiconductor Inc. said Sunday it has produced the first commercially viable gallium arsenide MOSFET device, a transistor that could dramatically improve the performance of chips used in consumer electronics.

Apple Offers College Lectures Via Podcasts (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs speaks during a special event in Tokyo August 4, 2005.'SpongeBob SquarePants,' 'South Park' and 'Punk'd' are among 14 popular TV shows now available for download from the iTunes media service under a new agreement between Apple Computer Inc. and Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks, the companies said Thursday. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)AP - In its latest move to broaden its iPod and iTunes franchises, Apple Computer Inc. has introduced "iTunes U," a nationwide expansion of a service that makes course lectures and other educational materials accessible via Apple's iTunes software.


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Blogger Gains Following With Iraq Reports (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Michael Yon reads through some of the notes he is gathering for an upcoming book he is writing while taking a break in a coffee shop in DuPont, Wash., Jan. 18, 2006. (AP Photo / John Froschauer)AP - He didn't have to go, it wasn't his job and nobody paid him to do it. But Michael Yon says he went to Iraq because he wanted to see for himself what was going on.


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Japanese Lab Develops Robot for Errands (AP)
Humanoid robot HRP-2 Promet adjusts a chair upon receiving a verbal command from a researcher during a demonstration at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, north of Tokyo, Friday, Jan. 27, 2006. The Japanese institute which has been developing the robot for several years enhanced the robot's vision by adding four high-precision cameras that enable it to recognize its own location and improved a speech recognition function by adding an array of microphones on its head that enable it to respond to various vocal instructions to carry out tasks. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)AP - Though his movement is a bit stiff, slow and voice monotonous, he willingly turns on the television with a chest-mounted remote control, and brings a can of drink for you. Within years, a humanoid robot HRP-2 — currently under development by a Japanese national technology institute — could be a little domestic helper.


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Hi-tech heavyweights forecast more free wares via Internet (AFP)
Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft talks during the session "Powering a Creative Economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos 27 January 2006.  Hi-tech bigwigs trawling for new clients in a tight market are forecasting more free wares based on an emerging Internet-based model used by the search engine Google and telecoms phenomenon Skype.(AFP/File/Eric Feferberg)AFP - Hi-tech bigwigs trawling for new clients in a tight market are forecasting more free wares based on an emerging Internet-based model used by the search engine Google and telecoms phenomenon Skype.


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BIOS Could Hide Rootkits (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Attackers armed with rootkits may hide some of their malicious code inside the PC's BIOS flash memory, a researcher says.

High-Speed Wireless Network Planned For Silicon Valley (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Smart Valley is getting ready to seek offers from companies interested in designing a high-speed wireless data network that would cover Silicon Valley.

E-Trade Goes into the Great Wide Open (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Getting rid of its Sun Solaris infrastructure and moving open source up the stack saved E-Trade millions of dollars and changed how the company approaches development.

Man Sentenced for Stealing Microsoft Code (AP)
AP - A Connecticut man known on the Internet as "illwill" was sentenced to two years in prison Friday for stealing the source code to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating software, among the company's most prized products.

Hi-tech heavyweights forecast more free wares via Internet (AFP)
Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft talks during the session "Powering a Creative Economy at the World Economic Forum in Davos 27 January 2006.  Hi-tech bigwigs trawling for new clients in a tight market are forecasting more free wares based on an emerging Internet-based model used by the search engine Google and telecoms phenomenon Skype.(AFP/File/Eric Feferberg)AFP - Hi-tech bigwigs trawling for new clients in a tight market are forecasting more free wares based on an emerging Internet-based model used by the search engine Google and telecoms phenomenon Skype.


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Blogger Gains Following With Iraq Reports (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Michael Yon reads through some of the notes he is gathering for an upcoming book he is writing while taking a break in a coffee shop in DuPont, Wash., Jan. 18, 2006. (AP Photo / John Froschauer)AP - He didn't have to go, it wasn't his job and nobody paid him to do it. But Michael Yon says he went to Iraq because he wanted to see for himself what was going on.


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US Internet companies snub Congressional hearing (AFP)
The Google logo. The leading US-based Internet companies are showing little interest in attending a Congressional briefing on worries that the firms are bending to the wishes of China's censors.(Google)AFP - The leading US-based Internet companies are showing little interest in attending a Congressional briefing on worries that the firms are bending to the wishes of China's censors.


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Apple Offers College Lectures Via Podcasts (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs speaks during a special event in Tokyo August 4, 2005.'SpongeBob SquarePants,' 'South Park' and 'Punk'd' are among 14 popular TV shows now available for download from the iTunes media service under a new agreement between Apple Computer Inc. and Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks, the companies said Thursday. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)AP - In its latest move to broaden its iPod and iTunes franchises, Apple Computer Inc. has introduced "iTunes U," a nationwide expansion of a service that makes course lectures and other educational materials accessible via Apple's iTunes software.


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Spanish police smash Internet paedophile groups covering 40 countries (AFP)
A police officer shows a computer seized during a raid in an investigation into an Internet child pornography ring. Spanish police said they had smashed 62 Internet chat rooms which exchanged paedophile pictures and information across 40 countries.(AFP/DDP/File/Kai-Uwe Knoth)AFP - Spanish police said they had smashed 62 Internet chat rooms which exchanged paedophile pictures and information across 40 countries.


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Spain shuts down 62 Internet child porn forums (Reuters)
Reuters - Spanish police have arrested six people in Spain and shut down 62 international Internet "communities" that exchanged child pornography, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday.

Man Sentenced for Stealing Microsoft Code (AP)
AP - A Connecticut man known on the Internet as "illwill" was sentenced to two years in prison Friday for stealing the source code to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating software, among the company's most prized products.

AOL, Broadband Providers Form Alliance (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. may be focusing lately on expanding free offerings on its advertising-supported Web sites, but that doesn't mean it has given up on its declining Internet access business.

AOL Plans Nationwide Broadband Expansion (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online says it will soon expand its broadband network coast-to-coast through partnerships with service providers.

Sprint Nextel sues online data brokers (Reuters)
Gary D. Forsee, President and CEO of Sprint Nextel, is seen in New York, December15, 2004. Sprint Nextel Corp. on Friday said it sued the parent company of four data brokers that it said used fraudulent means to obtain and sell wireless customer call records. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - Sprint Nextel Corp. on Friday said it sued the parent company of four data brokers it said used fraudulent means to obtain and sell wireless customer call records.


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