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Microsoft starts selling technology to start-ups (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks during a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 30, 2006. (AP Photo/Osman Orsal)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it has joined research-intensive organizations to sell its non-core technology to start-up companies in an attempt to earn money from discoveries that would otherwise gather dust.


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Microsoft's Team Foundation Server represents a shift to collaborative-centric focus (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- Microsoft's upcoming Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server represents a shift from a developer-centric focus in building software to a collaborative one, a Microsoft official said Monday at the VSLive! Conference.

Microsoft Rumored To Be Working on a Portable-Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft watchers have been abuzz with speculation this week following a recent news report claiming that the software giant is considering developing its own portable-media device. Rumors of the new hardware are circulating after nearly four years in which Microsoft and its partners have been unable to mount a successful assault on Apple's iPod and the corresponding iTunes store.

Microsoft Talks Up Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As the release of its next major operating system nears, Microsoft has been promoting several features that will appear in Windows Vista, particularly with regard to security and usability.

Microsoft Targets Red Tape At Govt. Leaders Forum (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has indicated it will promote strategies and solutions designed to reduce governmental red tape at a government leadership forum Wednesday in Portugal.

Microsoft to Office Users: Upgrade to New Service Packs Now (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft cites its loss in a patent-infringement case as the reason behind its sudden upgrade push for Office 2003 and Office XP Professional products.

Microsoft Merges RTC, Exchange Teams (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The new unit, the Unified Communications Group, will become part of Microsoft's Business Division. The shift is expected to have no impact on the timing for the next generation of products under development, the company says.

A two-way firewall for Vista (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is readying a new, highly configurable firewall for its upcoming Windows Vista operating system that is designed to give system administrators much greater control over which applications are allowed to run on the systems they manage.

Vista Emphasizes Safety, Performance (PC World)
PC World - Improvements--and a few headaches--are evident in beta of Microsoft's new Windows.

Inside Windows (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft presents its offer to reveal source code as a bold stroke to appease Europe. It may amount to far less.

Deal Places Limits on '.com' Price Hikes (AP)
Raj Puri, vice president of communications business development for VeriSign, poses at his office in Mountain View, Calif., Friday, Nov. 18, 2005. Data networks are taking over, and anyone who taps into those wires could potentially find a lot more information - not just calls that have been converted to bits but instant messages, e-mail and visits to Web sites. VeriSign provides hardware, software and management of the interception for carriers and providers who sign up for the service. In recent years, it has signed up Internet telephone and cable providers, said Puri.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - VeriSign Inc. must meet certain conditions in order to fully raise fees for ".com" domain names under a new tentative settlement reached with the Internet's main oversight agency.


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High Tech Has Low Return Finding Tunnels (AP)
A Mexican federal police officer stands guard as others lift bundles believed to contain drugs through a shaft that reaches down to a tunnel which passes under the US-Mexico border in Tijuana, Mexico, Jan. 25, 2006. (AP Photo/David Maung)AP - A U.S. government effort to find drug-smuggling tunnels underneath the Mexican border with ground-penetrating radar and other high-tech gear has had little success.


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Cos. to Test Balloons for Cellular Service (AP)
Extend America CEO Ed Schafer holds a cell phone computer at the company's headquarters in Bismarck, N.D., on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006. Extend America is a wireless telecommunications company. Instead of building cell towers the company hopes to attach wireless repeaters to weather balloons and launch them across the state. A test of the system is planned for next month. (AP Photo/Will Kincaid)AP - Why put up costly cell phone towers in thinly populated areas, when a few balloons would do? In North Dakota, former Gov. Ed Schafer is backing a plan to loft wireless network repeaters on balloons high above the state to fill gaps in cellular coverage.


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EarthLink Finalizes Wireless Deal in Pa. (AP)
AP - EarthLink Inc. has finalized a 10-year contract to provide wireless Internet service across Philadelphia, a city official said Monday.

Is It Time To Say Goodbye to Paper Money? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Since the late 1990s, when the expansion and adoption of the Internet created a bona fide Mecca for retailers and shoppers, people have looked forward to the day when physical cash would no longer be the mainstay of payment transactions.

Digital downloads would benefit Amazon.com: analyst (Reuters)
Reuters - Amazon.com Inc. would be "uniquely positioned" to benefit from an entry into the digital download business, brokerage and investment bank Stifel Nicolaus said on Monday, after a news report that the Internet retailer was courting independent studios for content.

Microsoft Rumored To Be Working on a Portable-Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft watchers have been abuzz with speculation this week following a recent news report claiming that the software giant is considering developing its own portable-media device. Rumors of the new hardware are circulating after nearly four years in which Microsoft and its partners have been unable to mount a successful assault on Apple's iPod and the corresponding iTunes store.

Ericsson quarterly profits fall behind forecasts (AFP)
President and CEO of Swedish telecom company Ericsson, Carl-Henric Svanberg speaks at a press conference in Mumbai, in October 2005. Ericsson said that its net profit in the fourth quarter of 2005 had surged by 51 percent compared with the same quarter a year earlier.(AFP/Indranil Mukherjee)AFP - Ericsson, the world's biggest supplier of mobile telecommunication systems, said that its net profit in the fourth quarter of 2005 had surged by 51 percent compared with the same quarter a year earlier.


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In Brief: db4o offers seamless synchronization of objects (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - db4objects, creator of open source object databases for Java and .Net, announced it has launched the db4o Replication System (dRS), which enables users to build applications that synchronize objects between distributed instances of db4o's object database and relational databases such as Oracle or MySQL.

Scientists Focus On Predictive Analytics For Space Travel (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Three years after the space shuttle Columbia tragedy, scientists are looking more closely at advanced predictive analysis software to ensure a similar disaster doesn’t occur again.

Deal Places Limits on '.com' Price Hikes (AP)
Raj Puri, vice president of communications business development for VeriSign, poses at his office in Mountain View, Calif., Friday, Nov. 18, 2005. Data networks are taking over, and anyone who taps into those wires could potentially find a lot more information - not just calls that have been converted to bits but instant messages, e-mail and visits to Web sites. VeriSign provides hardware, software and management of the interception for carriers and providers who sign up for the service. In recent years, it has signed up Internet telephone and cable providers, said Puri.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - VeriSign Inc. must meet certain conditions in order to fully raise fees for ".com" domain names under a new tentative settlement reached with the Internet's main oversight agency.


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Digital downloads would benefit Amazon.com: analyst (Reuters)
Reuters - Amazon.com Inc. would be "uniquely positioned" to benefit from an entry into the digital download business, brokerage and investment bank Stifel Nicolaus said on Monday, after a news report that the Internet retailer was courting independent studios for content.

People Spending Equal Time On TV, Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The average online consumer spends the same amount of time on the Web, as the do on TV, a market research firm says.

ABC News, AOL Offer 'People's State Of The Union' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ABC News and America Online have created an "electronic town square" that will gie feedback to President Bush's State of the Union address.

Is It Time To Say Goodbye to Paper Money? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Since the late 1990s, when the expansion and adoption of the Internet created a bona fide Mecca for retailers and shoppers, people have looked forward to the day when physical cash would no longer be the mainstay of payment transactions.

Microsoft Rumored To Be Working on a Portable-Media Player (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft watchers have been abuzz with speculation this week following a recent news report claiming that the software giant is considering developing its own portable-media device. Rumors of the new hardware are circulating after nearly four years in which Microsoft and its partners have been unable to mount a successful assault on Apple's iPod and the corresponding iTunes store.

Google Updates Browser Toolbar (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google on Monday unveiled a new version of its toolbar, and introduced an entirely new toolbar specifically designed for enterprise users. The beta versions of both are open and customizable, with new features that allow users to tailor their search results and share information with friends.

Avaya, Juniper Partner on Enterprise Communications (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Communications specialist Avaya and Juniper Networks are joining forces to provide Internet-based communications technology for the enterprise. The partnership will combine Avaya's VoIP offerings with Juniper's networking and security expertise.

Bloggies Honors Best Of Blogs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The 2006 Bloggies' competition is almost finished.

EBay Facing Groundbreaking Case In Tiffany Counterfeit Suit (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Tiffany & Co. claims the online marketplace has failed to take adequate steps to remove fake Tiffany jewelry from the site. The suit could force a major change of EBay's business model.

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