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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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Yahoo, AOL to Charge Some E-Mail Senders (AP)
Companies reportedly will soon have to buy the electronic equivalent of a postage stamp if they want to be certain that their e-mail will be delivered to many of their customers.(AFP Illustration)AP - Two of the world's biggest e-mail account providers, Yahoo Inc. and America Online, plan to introduce a service that would charge senders a fee to route their e-mail directly to a user's mailbox without first passing through junk mail filters, representatives of both companies said Sunday.


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Google, Skype in Startup to Link Hotspots (AP)
AP - Google Inc. and eBay Inc.'s Skype are investing in a startup that plans to help hotspot owners charge for Wi-Fi access, a plan that could face significant opposition from Internet service providers.

High-Definition Hype Splashes Beyond TVs (AP)
AP - The term "high-definition" was almost a curse five years ago, when politicians, broadcasters and TV makers were reluctant to hoist massive changes upon the nation's television landscape.

Consumers Scratch Heads Over New TV Lingo (AP)
AP - The digital TVs that will eventually replace today's analog system bring a whole new language, leaving consumers who are eyeing or buying new sets scratching their heads.

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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Networks' iTunes gamble paying off (Reuters)
Actor Steve Carell (L) and actress Jenna Fischer of the NBC television network series 'The Office' answer questions from television critics in Beverly Hills in this July 24, 2005 file photo. 'The Office' is often at the top of the iTunes download chart for full-length TV programs. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Television networks took a leap into the unknown when they started selling their shows on Apple's iTunes online store, but even in these early days, it's starting to look as if that faith in digital downloads was well placed.


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Firms turn cyber sleuths with cell phone technology (Reuters)
Reuters - Advances in mobile phone tracking technology are turning British firms into cyber sleuths as they keep a virtual eye on their staff, vehicles and stock.

Startup Syncs Computer Programs, Devices (AP)
AP - The bits that make up our digital lives are increasingly spread over a growing number of gadgets, such as cell phones that snap pictures, handheld computers that play music and a growing number of PCs that do all the above and more. But amid all this connectedness, something has been left out: a seamless way for all the gadgets and all the computers to stay current with all the information captured, created and edited on other devices.

First Look: Free SeaMonkey Internet Tool Suite Is Solid (PC World)
PC World - Volunteers update the former Mozilla Application Suite to combine a browser with e-mail, chat, and Web design tools, just like old times.

Security May Dog Software as a Service (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Software is quickly becoming an Internet service, and that is raising concerns about security. Will security weaknesses derail large-scale enterprise adoption?

Networks' iTunes gamble paying off (Reuters)
Actor Steve Carell (L) and actress Jenna Fischer of the NBC television network series 'The Office' answer questions from television critics in Beverly Hills in this July 24, 2005 file photo. 'The Office' is often at the top of the iTunes download chart for full-length TV programs. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Television networks took a leap into the unknown when they started selling their shows on Apple's iTunes online store, but even in these early days, it's starting to look as if that faith in digital downloads was well placed.


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First Look: Free SeaMonkey Internet Tool Suite Is Solid (PC World)
PC World - Volunteers update the former Mozilla Application Suite to combine a browser with e-mail, chat, and Web design tools, just like old times.

Yahoo, AOL to Charge Some E-Mail Senders (AP)
Companies reportedly will soon have to buy the electronic equivalent of a postage stamp if they want to be certain that their e-mail will be delivered to many of their customers.(AFP Illustration)AP - Two of the world's biggest e-mail account providers, Yahoo Inc. and America Online, plan to introduce a service that would charge senders a fee to route their e-mail directly to a user's mailbox without first passing through junk mail filters, representatives of both companies said Sunday.


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Google, Skype in Startup to Link Hotspots (AP)
AP - Google Inc. and eBay Inc.'s Skype are investing in a startup that plans to help hotspot owners charge for Wi-Fi access, a plan that could face significant opposition from Internet service providers.

Firms turn cyber sleuths with cell phone technology (Reuters)
Reuters - Advances in mobile phone tracking technology are turning British firms into cyber sleuths as they keep a virtual eye on their staff, vehicles and stock.

Wi-Fi sharing company wins Skype, Google as backers (Reuters)
Reuters - A wireless communications start-up in Spain that is partly a grass-roots social movement seeking to encourage users to share Internet access with their neighbors is set to announce on Monday $21.7 million in funding from big name backers, such as Skype Technologies and Google.

Security May Dog Software as a Service (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Software is quickly becoming an Internet service, and that is raising concerns about security. Will security weaknesses derail large-scale enterprise adoption?

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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