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Microsoft Issues Warning for Mywife Worm (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has published a security advisory to warn Internet users about a worm that could destroy their documents on February 3.

Microsoft seeks deadline extension in EU case (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 on Thursday said a dispute with the EU was relatively unimportant, as the firm sought more time to answer arguments and avoid fines of up to $2.4 million a day.


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Bill Gates says EU dispute relatively unimportant (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates is welcomed by Andrzej Urbanski, head of the Presidential Chancellery at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw February 2, 2006. (Peter Andrews/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said on Thursday his company's legal dispute with the European Union was relatively unimportant in view of the company's overall strong relations with the 25-member bloc.


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Microsoft hits out at EU regulators in antitrust case (AFP)
Copies of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system roll off the packaging line in October 2001. Microsoft has stepped up its offensive against an EU antitrust ruling, demanding access to documents held by the European Commission in order to defend itself.(AFP/File/Jeff Christensen)AFP - Microsoft has stepped up its offensive against an EU antitrust ruling, demanding access to documents held by the European Commission in order to defend itself.


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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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Microsoft Claims EU Is Holding Back Data (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates speaks at a conference in Lisbon February 1, 2006. (Nacho Doce/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. claims that EU regulators are unfairly holding back documents needed to defend itself against antitrust charges, according to a letter its lawyer sent to the European Commission this week.


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Microsoft Seeks to Bridge Web 2.0 and SOA (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Redmond's John deVadoss, speaking at VSLive, says Microsoft sees Web 2.0 and SOA as two edges of the same issue, with Web 2.0 supporting consumers and SOA supporting enterprises.

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.

Computer 'worm' virus slated to strike Friday (AFP)
Computer software engineers work at a US-based anti-virus research center.  Computer users were being urged to kill a malicious "old school" software worm poised to destroy their files.(AFP/File)AFP - Computer users were being urged to kill a malicious "old school" software worm poised to destroy their files.


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New Exam Aims to Measure Tech 'Literacy' (AP)
Rice Memorial High School Seniors Courtney Shea, left, and Dustin Thomas, right, work on Educational Testing Service's  Information, Communication and Technology Literacy Assessment during a pilot test at the high school in South Burlington, Vt., Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006. (AP Photo/Alden Pellett)AP - When it comes to downloading music and instant messaging, today's students are plenty tech-savvy. But that doesn't mean they know how to make good use of the endless stream of information that computers put at their fingertips.


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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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Patent Office to Re-Examine Forgent Claim (AP)
AP - Technology company Forgent Networks Inc. was served notice Thursday that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will re-examine the validity of its patent on a widely used compression method for storing digital photos and images.

Tmsuk Tests Enryu, the Snow Rescue Robot (AP)
AP - Enryu's 15-foot arms are powerful enough to lift a small passenger car, and its hands are almost as dexterous as a human being's. And the 5-ton, 11.5-foot robot may soon be helping communities across Japan reach avalanche sites and clear snow, as the nation struggles to deal with its snowiest winter in decades, said Japanese company Tmsuk Co.

MySpace.com Subject of Sex Assault Probe (AP)
An undated view of MySpace's web page. If MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe has his way, the quirky social networking site he co-founded two years ago will hold tight to its homegrown roots, even though it now boasts more unique users than Google or America Online and has a new owner at its helm. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Police are investigating whether as many as seven teenage girls have been sexually assaulted by men they met through the popular Web site MySpace.com.


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IPod User Sues Over Potential Hearing Loss (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - An iPod owner in Louisiana has filed a lawsuit against Apple Computer, alleging that its iPod music player has the potential to cause hearing loss.

Welcome or not, cell phones set for NY underground (Reuters)
Cell phones are seen in a 2005 file photo. As New York plans to make cell phones work in subway stations, experts say Americans eventually could be connected everywhere, underground or in the air. (Alexandra Winkler/Reuters)Reuters - One of life's ironic oases of solitude -- the peace people find amid the roar of a New York City subway -- could soon be gone.


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Novell Demos Linux Desktop 10 in Paris (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Novell demonstrated its next Linux release in Paris on Wednesday. The exhibition, presented before some 1,600 onlookers at the LinuxSolutions Conference, drew an enthusiastic response, including cheers and applause, although the official release of Linux Desktop 10 is not expected for several months.

Researchers Warn of File-Destroying Worm (AP)
AP - If you have computer files you'd rather not lose, now is a good time to make sure your anti-virus software is up to date. A worm set to activate Friday will corrupt documents using the most common file types, including ".doc," ".pdf," and ".zip."

MySpace.com Subject of Sex Assault Probe (AP)
An undated view of MySpace's web page. If MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe has his way, the quirky social networking site he co-founded two years ago will hold tight to its homegrown roots, even though it now boasts more unique users than Google or America Online and has a new owner at its helm. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Police are investigating whether as many as seven teenage girls have been sexually assaulted by men they met through the popular Web site MySpace.com.


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World of film reviews changed by Internet (Reuters)
Reuters - Once upon a time, you checked your local newspaper's film critic for advice about what to see on any given weekend. Or maybe you read the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly or the New Yorker, or checked out TV critics with national clout such as Roger Ebert or Gene Shalit.

Connecticut rules against Internet sex predator (Reuters)
Reuters - Connecticut's highest court has ruled that sexual assault against minors is a crime even when it involves made-up victims, after a detective posed as a 13-year-old girl on the Internet in a police sting operation.

Lawmakers Criticize Tech Firms Over China Policy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Members of the U.S. Congress have criticized four U.S. Internet companies for caving in to pressure from the Chinese government to censor Web sites that could cause embarrassment to the People's Republic of China.

Tech Titans Launch Ajax Initiative (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A collection of I.T. heavyweights are joining forces to promote Ajax, an evolving set of tools and standards for creating interactive Web applications that simplify the browsing experience and enhance Internet navigation.

Microsoft Issues Warning for Mywife Worm (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has published a security advisory to warn Internet users about a worm that could destroy their documents on February 3.

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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Blockbuster Online doubles in-store rental offer (Reuters)
Reuters - No. 1 U.S. video rental chain Blockbuster Inc. on Thursday said it was doubling the number of free in-store rentals given to subscribers to its online rental service, which it will promote with its second Super Bowl ad in as many years.

AOL lands high speed net deal with Charter (Reuters)
The Time Warner headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York. AOL is planning moves this year to improve its cash-generating, but shrinking subscriber business, a top executive at parent company Time Warner said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Nicholas RobertsReuters - AOL, the online division of Time Warner Inc., on Thursday said it has landed a deal with cable operator Charter Communications Inc. to offer low-cost, high-speed Internet service.


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Internet brings US telegram era to a STOP (AFP)
A Western Union telegram sent by aviation pioneer Orville Wright to his father after successful completion of the first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, in 1903. Western Union, which flashed good and bad news to Americans in distinctive yellow envelopes for a century and a half, quietly announced its decision to end the service on its website.(AFP/Library of Congress-HO)AFP - The Internet STOP just brought the age of the American telegram STOP to a stop STOP.


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