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Will Vista Pump Up Microsoft's Future Profits? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - While the release of Microsoft's next-generation Windows operating system is still months away, Microsoft execs already are projecting strong sales. Here's why they are so bullish.

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.

WMF Exploits Sold By Russian Hackers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The Windows Metafile bug that caused users -- and Microsoft -- so much grief may have spread like it did because Russian hackers sold an exploit for the cash.

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.

Experts: 'Hype' May Have Mitigated Worm (AP)
Computer software engineers work at a US-based anti-virus research center. A malicious software worm carried by emails proposing pornographic content appeared to have caused far less disruption than expected, antivirus software makers said.(AFP/File)AP - Companies and individuals heeded this week's warning — some may call it "hype" — about a file-destroying computer worm known as "Kama Sutra," helping minimize its damage Friday, security experts said.


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Researchers Fear Confusion on Worm Name (AP)
AP - Friday's file-destroying worm goes by "Mywife" at Microsoft Corp. and McAfee Inc., "Blackmal" at Symantec Corp. and CA Inc. and "Kama Sutra" in most media reports.

Dozens of Olympic Web Sites Cheer Athletes (AP)
FILE ** Michelle Kwan waves to the crowd as she stands with the championship trophy after the womens' free skate at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Portland, Ore., Saturday Jan. 15, 2005. (AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens, File)AP - The Michelle Kwan Guardian Angels boast of more than 800 Internet members who vow to love and protect the American figure skater from bashing in chat rooms or message boards.


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Cos., Gov't Seek to Keep Lid on Metadata (AP)
Joe Fantuzzi, CEO and Chairman of Workshare, poses at his company office in San Francisco Wednesday Feb. 1, 2006.For most of Workshare's six years in existence, the San Francisco-based company got the bulk of its business from law firms. That's because lawyers are particularly attuned to what might happen if information about their clients leaks to the opposing side. But in the past year, Workshare has seen business expand to 60 percent of the Fortune 1000, according to CEO Joe Fantuzzi. Revenues have surpassed $25 million, and Fantuzzi believes metadata protection is on the verge of being a must-have for corporate technology buyers. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - When the New England Journal of Medicine used a word-processing function to reveal that Merck & Co. had deleted study data about Vioxx and heart attacks, the pharmaceutical giant joined a long line of organizations bitten by information lurking in electronic files.


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RIM wins patent case in the UK (Macworld.com)
Macworld.com - Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of the BlackBerry, has won two patent-related lawsuits in Europe against InPro Licensing SARL, a Luxembourg patent holding company.

Banking On The Internet For Better Brand-building (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Financial-services companies, long among the leading spenders on Internet advertising, are changing how they view the Web, with big advertisers like Charles Schwab, Chase and Visa looking to it as a place to build their brand images as much as an efficient customer acquisition channel.

Online console gaming primed for take-off (Reuters)
XBox 360 video game consoles at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. (Chris Goodenow/Reuters)Reuters - Online video game playing is growing up. A new generation of game consoles is ushering in online features that promise to make playing with others over the Internet easier and more compelling than sitting on the couch and playing solo or with a friend.


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Welcome or not, cell phones set for subway (Reuters)
A woman talks on her cellphone on a subway train in New York, February 2, 2006. 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. (Seth Wenig/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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Mozilla Updates Firefox To Address Security, Stability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Mozilla this week delivered an update to its Firefox browser to address several software vulnerabilities and improve the product's overall stability.

Feared computer 'worm' said to cause little disruption (AFP)
Computer software engineers work at a US-based anti-virus research center. A malicious software worm carried by emails proposing pornographic content appeared to have caused far less disruption than expected, antivirus software makers said.(AFP/File)AFP - A malicious software worm timed to attack computers worldwide appeared to do little damage, antivirus software makers said.


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Banking On The Internet For Better Brand-building (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Financial-services companies, long among the leading spenders on Internet advertising, are changing how they view the Web, with big advertisers like Charles Schwab, Chase and Visa looking to it as a place to build their brand images as much as an efficient customer acquisition channel.

Online console gaming primed for take-off (Reuters)
XBox 360 video game consoles at a Best Buy store in Bellevue, Washington November 22, 2005. (Chris Goodenow/Reuters)Reuters - Online video game playing is growing up. A new generation of game consoles is ushering in online features that promise to make playing with others over the Internet easier and more compelling than sitting on the couch and playing solo or with a friend.


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Wall Street unclear on Amazon's investment plans (Reuters)
An Amazon.com employee is seen at one of the company's fulfillment centers in an undated file photo. Amazon.com Inc. said on Thursday net profit fell in its crucial holiday quarter as shipping and technology costs rose while revenue was shy of Wall Street expectations, sending shares down more than 8 percent. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Internet retailer Amazon.com left Wall Street puzzling over its strategy and wondering if its long-term investments would pay off.


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WMF Exploits Sold by Russian Hackers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - According to Moscow-based antivirus firm Kaspersky Labs, Russian hackers propagated the Windows Meta File (WMF) exploit that wreaked so much havoc on computers in December 2005 by selling it to Internet criminals for $4,000.

Podcast makes Briton an unlikely Internet icon (Reuters)
Reuters - Unemployed British radio producer Karl Pilkington has become an unlikely superstar by using the new medium of podcasting for his bizarre statement about eating an animal's private parts.

Dozens of Olympic Web Sites Cheer Athletes (AP)
FILE ** Michelle Kwan waves to the crowd as she stands with the championship trophy after the womens' free skate at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Portland, Ore., Saturday Jan. 15, 2005. (AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens, File)AP - The Michelle Kwan Guardian Angels boast of more than 800 Internet members who vow to love and protect the American figure skater from bashing in chat rooms or message boards.


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'Not too late for corporate leadership' in China, Google told (AFP)
The logo of internet search engine company Google at the headquarters in Mountain View in Silicon Valley, south of San Francisco. A New York-based rights group told Internet company Google it is "not too late for corporate leadership," criticizing the search engine for self-censorship in China.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - A New York-based rights group told Internet company Google it is "not too late for corporate leadership," criticizing the search engine for self-censorship in China.


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Yahoo Pushes Blogs for Businesses (PC World)
PC World - Many small companies don't see the need for blogs, Internet giant finds.

Andrew Kantor: CyberSpeak - Here's hoping Congress keeps the pipes open (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - As Congress gets rolling in its next session, there's an interesting debate it's going to have about the future of high-speed Internet. It's one that will affect you and your wallet directly, and one that has some interesting perspectives that cry out for discussion.

AFP, Softbank launch interactive news website in Japanese (AFP)
Agence France-Presse (AFP) chief executive Pierre Louette (L) shakes hands with Taizo Son, a director of Movida Entertainment,  a unit of Softbank. AFP and Japanese Internet group Softbank have launched an interactive Japanese-language website that lets users debate global and domestic news through blogs and bulletin boards.(AFP/Toshifumi Kitamura)AFP - Agence France-Presse and Japanese Internet group Softbank have launched an interactive Japanese-language website that lets users debate global and domestic news through blogs and bulletin boards.


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