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French gendarmerie abandons Internet Explorer for Firefox (AFP)
French gendarmes. Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox(AFP/File/Jean-Pierre Muller)AFP - Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox.


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Symantec To Wrestle Microsoft In Consumer Security (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Symantec plans to defend its consumer security turf against inroads by Microsoft with new software delivered over the Internet and sold as a service.

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.

New Microsoft Windows Tools in the Wings (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft is developing designers for its Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation subsystems to help developers take advantage of new core Windows pillars.

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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Blogger Gains Following With Iraq Reports (AP)
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. Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006. Yon, who spent 10 months in Iraq working as an independent journalist is interviewing some of soldiers he met in Iraq at nearby Fort Lewis for the book.Yon's dispatches on his Internet site have been extolled by loyal readers as gutsy and honest reporting by a guy who's not afraid to get his hands dirty. (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 happening in the war zone.


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'Naked Short-Sellers' Target Overstock (AP)
AP - Overstock.com Inc. has problems, and its CEO wants you to believe they're your problems, too.

Teens Putting Themselves at Risk Online (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 - On Web sites such as MySpace.com, teenagers can find people around the world who share their love of sports, their passion for photography or their crush on the latest Hollywood star. But authorities say teens are increasingly finding trouble in an online environment where millions of people can, in seconds, find out where they go to school, learn their interests, download their pictures and instantly send them messages.


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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.

Thai record labels target Japan online (AFP)
Singer Tata Young is the Thai star with the biggest following in Japan. Her racy image and talent for creating pop anthems helped sell 300,000 copies of her last album 'I Believe'. Thailand's music industry is cashing in on Japan's booming market for digital music downloads, using the Internet to introduce new artists in hopes that Thai pop will be the next big thing(AFP)AFP - Thailand's music industry is cashing in on Japan's booming market for digital music downloads, using the Internet to introduce new artists in hopes that Thai pop will be the next big thing.


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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.


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Welcome Or Not, Cell Phones Set For Subway (TechWeb)
TechWeb - 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. But that much connectivity could make people crazy.

French gendarmerie abandons Internet Explorer for Firefox (AFP)
French gendarmes. Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox(AFP/File/Jean-Pierre Muller)AFP - Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox.


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Symantec To Wrestle Microsoft In Consumer Security (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Symantec plans to defend its consumer security turf against inroads by Microsoft with new software delivered over the Internet and sold as a service.

Blogger Gains Following With Iraq Reports (AP)
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. Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006. Yon, who spent 10 months in Iraq working as an independent journalist is interviewing some of soldiers he met in Iraq at nearby Fort Lewis for the book.Yon's dispatches on his Internet site have been extolled by loyal readers as gutsy and honest reporting by a guy who's not afraid to get his hands dirty. (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 happening in the war zone.


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Thai record labels target Japan online (AFP)
Singer Tata Young is the Thai star with the biggest following in Japan. Her racy image and talent for creating pop anthems helped sell 300,000 copies of her last album 'I Believe'. Thailand's music industry is cashing in on Japan's booming market for digital music downloads, using the Internet to introduce new artists in hopes that Thai pop will be the next big thing(AFP)AFP - Thailand's music industry is cashing in on Japan's booming market for digital music downloads, using the Internet to introduce new artists in hopes that Thai pop will be the next big thing.


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French gendarmerie abandons Internet Explorer for Firefox (AFP)
French gendarmes. Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox(AFP/File/Jean-Pierre Muller)AFP - Supporters of open sourcing for computers have been given a shot in the arm by news the French police are abandoning Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the Mozilla Foundations browser Firefox.


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Gonzales to downplay spy program's scope: Time (Reuters)
In this file photo, U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales speaks about domestic wiretapping policies in the United States during an appearance at Georgetown University's 'Georgetown National Law Forum' in Washington January 24, 2006. Gonzales plans to tell a Senate committee on Monday that President George W. Bush's warrantless domestic surveillance program is carefully targeted and 'not a dragnet,' Time magazine reported on its Web site on Saturday. (Evan Sisley/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales plans to tell a Senate committee on Monday that President George W. Bush's warrantless domestic surveillance program is carefully targeted and "not a dragnet," Time magazine reported on its Web site on Saturday.


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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.


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Teens Putting Themselves at Risk Online (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 - On Web sites such as MySpace.com, teenagers can find people around the world who share their love of sports, their passion for photography or their crush on the latest Hollywood star. But authorities say teens are increasingly finding trouble in an online environment where millions of people can, in seconds, find out where they go to school, learn their interests, download their pictures and instantly send them messages.


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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.

AOL Adds To Broadband Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online Inc. this week added Charter Communications Inc. to its list of broadband service providers.

Symantec To Wrestle Microsoft In Consumer Security (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Symantec plans to defend its consumer security turf against inroads by Microsoft with new software delivered over the Internet and sold as a service.

Dallas Getting WiMAX Backhaul Network (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Aspen Communications says it has equipped 12 high-rise buildings in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with WiMAX and is offering the wide area solution to wireless broadband service providers.

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