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US Internet giants condemned for collaborating with Beijing (AFP)
Microsoft logo. US politicians and rights groups have condemned technology giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco, and Yahoo for collaborating with China to censor the Internet(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US politicians and rights groups have condemned technology giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco, and Yahoo for collaborating with China to censor the Internet.


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Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo Urge Government Intervention Against Censorship (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo, companies that are in the information business, asked the U.S. government to treat censorship as a barrier to trade, and work to minimize it. The companies have been criticized recently for cooperating with Chinese censorship.

Windows Vista preview to feature Sidebar, Gadgets (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - A February CTP (Community Technology Preview) of Microsoft's planned Windows Vista OS will feature Windows Sidebar and Gadgets technology, for adding mini-applications such as video or audio feeds to the Windows desktop.

Microsoft Previews Internet Explorer 7 Browser (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has released a test version of the next-generation Internet Explorer, providing the public with a closer look at the browser that Microsoft claims has much better security and usability features than Internet Explorer 6.

Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Seek Help With China (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google, Microsoft and Yahoo are asking the U.S government for help in dealing with state censorship in countries which have forced the search engines to block information.

Government censorship of Internet useless: Microsoft boss (AFP)
Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates speaks during a ceremony at the Sheraton Hotel in Lisbon. Government attempts to censor Internet sites are useless because people can still use e-mail or other means to spread banned information, Bill Gates said.(AFP/Francisco Leong)AFP - Government attempts to censor Internet sites are useless because people can still use e-mail or other means to spread banned information, Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates said.


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Portugal, Microsoft ink deal aimed at improving economy (AFP)
US CEO of Microsoft Corporation, Bill Gates(R) and Portugal's Prime Minister Jose Socrates give a press conference in the garden of Sao Bento Palace, in Lisbon. The government of Portugal and US software giant Microsoft signed an agreement to carry out 18 technology projects aimed at making the nation's economy more competitive.(AFP/Francisco Leong)AFP - The government of Portugal and US software giant Microsoft signed an agreement to carry out 18 technology projects aimed at making the nation's economy more competitive.


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Microsoft Must Prove Innovation, Says EU (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Europe's governing body says Microsoft can't charge licensing fees for its source code unless it proves the programming is "innovative," the latest to-do in the long-running hullabaloo.

Web site censorship doesn't work: Gates (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks at a conference in Lisbon February 1, 2006. (Nacho Doce/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates said on Wednesday that government attempts to censor Web sites or blogs would fail since the banned information could get out in defiance of official efforts.


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Gates Speaks Out Against Net Censorship (AP)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates hold his notes and smiles while listening to Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates address journalists following their meeting Wednesday Feb. 1 2006, at the Sao Bento palace, the premier's official residence in Lisbon. Gates is in Portugal to attend a leaders forum and the signing of several agreements between Microsoft and the Portuguese government. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)AP - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said Wednesday that attempts by governments to censor Web site contents were doomed, because banned information can seep out despite official injunctions.


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Man Sues Apple Over Potential Hearing Loss (AP)
A man holds an iPod as he uses the iTunes Music Store to download music. Music fans worldwide downloaded 420 million songs legally over the Internet in 2005, a 20-fold increase from two years ago, amid signs in some markets that the tide is turning against digital piracy, research showed.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)AP - A Louisiana man claims in a lawsuit that Apple's iPod music player can cause hearing loss in people who use it.


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Yahoo to Feature Links to Super Bowl Ads (AP)
In this undated handout image from Anheuser Busch, a football fan shows his roommate how a secret revolving wall will protect their Bud Light in 'Secret Fridge' commercial that will be aired during the 2006 Super Bowl. Bud Light is one of the beers in the Anheuser Busch famly of beers and the company's earnings report were released today, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006. Photo is a handout from the brewery. (AP Photo/HO)AP - Super Bowl party so much fun you've missed some of those vaunted TV commercials? No worries: Just go online.


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Fan Memo to Music Industry: Lower Prices (AP)
AP - Music executives love to blame illegal downloading for their industry's woes. But, based on the results of a new nationwide poll, they might want to look in the mirror.

Cell Phone Shipments Hit Record in 4Q (AP)
AP - Worldwide shipments of mobile phones reached a record 242 million units in the fourth quarter, surpassing the previous peak of 200 million units during the 2004 holiday quarter, according to research firm iSuppli Corp.

Kama Sutra Worm Set for Attack on Feb. 3 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Security analysts are warning computer users about a new and potentially destructive Internet worm that can obliterate important documents. The worm, called Kama Sutra, is making the rounds now, but is scheduled to execute its first massive attack on February 3.

CBS.com puts up downloads of 'Survivor' (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS will make episodes from the next edition of its "Survivor" franchise available for download on CBS.com, marking the first time a network has offered its programming for purchase from its own Web site, the network said Wednesday.

Arctic Monkeys take to the stage as Web hype swirls (Reuters)
Rock band, Arctic Monkeys perform on stage during a performance at Leeds University in Leeds, northern England, February 1, 2006. (Warren Smith/Str/Reuters)Reuters - They hold the British record for fastest-selling debut album, have been labeled the next Oasis and are hailed as the first superstars of the iPod age.


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Have cell phone? Make a movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Eight cell phones, $160,000, and a good idea -- could this be the future of film-making?

Google Downplays Goobuntu Linux Rumor (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - U.S. Internet search firm Google is denying that it has plans to distribute a version of the Linux-based operating system Ubuntu.

Review: Dell Dimension E510 Desktop PC (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Somewhere between Dell's powerhouse XPS systems and its entry-level home machines sits the Dimension E series family. Dell does not claim that these machines have the latest and greatest hardware and software configurations, but they certainly can hold their own for multimedia enthusiasts. And, like all Dell systems, endless customization at the time of purchase lets you modify these systems to your exact needs.

CBS.com puts up downloads of 'Survivor' (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS will make episodes from the next edition of its "Survivor" franchise available for download on CBS.com, marking the first time a network has offered its programming for purchase from its own Web site, the network said Wednesday.

Yahoo to Feature Links to Super Bowl Ads (AP)
In this undated handout image from Anheuser Busch, a football fan shows his roommate how a secret revolving wall will protect their Bud Light in 'Secret Fridge' commercial that will be aired during the 2006 Super Bowl. Bud Light is one of the beers in the Anheuser Busch famly of beers and the company's earnings report were released today, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006. Photo is a handout from the brewery. (AP Photo/HO)AP - Super Bowl party so much fun you've missed some of those vaunted TV commercials? No worries: Just go online.


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Tech.gov: A Gated Internet (PC World)
PC World - The companies who build and control the Internet's pipes want to control the content over those pipes, too.

US Internet giants condemned for collaborating with Beijing (AFP)
Microsoft logo. US politicians and rights groups have condemned technology giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco, and Yahoo for collaborating with China to censor the Internet(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US politicians and rights groups have condemned technology giants Google, Microsoft, Cisco, and Yahoo for collaborating with China to censor the Internet.


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Google's tight-lipped ways took bite out of stock price: analysts (AFP)
Google HQ in Mountain View, California. The stock price of Internet search giant Google Inc. dipped because financial experts shut out by the secretive company guessed wrong, analysts said(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - The stock price of Internet search giant Google Inc. dipped because financial experts shut out by the secretive company guessed wrong, analysts said.


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House: Internet Companies Give in to China (AP)
AP - Lawmakers on Wednesday accused U.S.-based Internet companies of giving in to pressure from China and helping to censor Web users in violation of American principles of free speech.

Amazon.com posts messages from authors to readers (Reuters)
An Amazon.com employee is seen filling an order at one of the company's fulfillment centers in an undated file photo. Amazon.com said on Wednesday it has started a program to let authors communicate with readers, the latest in a series of moves by the online retailer to add entertainment features to its site. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Amazon.com said on Wednesday it has started a program to let authors communicate with readers, the latest in a series of moves by the online retailer to add entertainment features to its site.


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About.com Expands Online Video Offerings (TechWeb)
TechWeb - About.com plans to expand its online video offerings over the next two months.

Kama Sutra Worm Set for Attack on Feb. 3 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Security analysts are warning computer users about a new and potentially destructive Internet worm that can obliterate important documents. The worm, called Kama Sutra, is making the rounds now, but is scheduled to execute its first massive attack on February 3.

Microsoft Previews Internet Explorer 7 Browser (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has released a test version of the next-generation Internet Explorer, providing the public with a closer look at the browser that Microsoft claims has much better security and usability features than Internet Explorer 6.

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