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Sony Ericsson to Offer Microsoft's ActiveSync for Smart Phones (PC World)
PC World - New smart phones also will support other push e-mail systems.

Microsoft Faces First EU Antitrust Fines (PC World)
PC World - Software giant has until February 15 to comply with EU antitrust ruling or pay up to $2.4 million a day.

Q&A: Microsoft's Somasegar touts value of ALM platform (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - S. "Soma" Somasegar is corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft. This division is responsible for the various developer tools projects at Microsoft such as Visual Studio and the new application lifecycle management platform, Visual Studio 2005 Team System and Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server . Somasegar also is a frequent blogger and has been at Microsoft since 1989.

Microsoft signs deal with Sony Ericsson (AFP)
A large advertisement display of a Sony Ericsson mobile phone in Singapore, in 2005. The US software giant Microsoft announced in an communique that it has reached a licensing agreement with mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson, which will enable the Stockholm-based company's "smart" phones to connect to computers via Microsoft's Exchange software.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AFP - The US software giant Microsoft announced in an communique that it has reached a licensing agreement with mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson, which will enable the Stockholm-based company's "smart" phones to connect to computers via Microsoft's Exchange software.


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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.

Bush administration sees $25 bln in wireless sales (Reuters)
A telephone display at a Best Buy store near Wilmington, Delaware, February 17, 2004. The sale of U.S. wireless communications licenses are projected to raise about $25 billion between 2007 and 2009, $7.8 billion higher than last year's estimate, according President Bush's 2007 budget released on Monday. (Tim Shaffer/Reuters)Reuters - The sale of U.S. wireless communications licenses is projected to raise about $25 billion between 2007 and 2009, $7.8 billion higher than last year's estimate, according President George W. Bush's 2007 budget released on Monday.


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Top Ten Tech Jobs, Wages Released (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Hourly wages for tech professionals hit a record high during the fourth quarter of 2005, according to a report released Monday.

Publisher to Offer Book Content Online (AP)
AP - At a time when publishers are suing to prevent Google from putting excerpts of copyrighted books online, HarperCollins has started an advertiser-supported program that will offer a free look at the full text of selected works.

Olympics Prove Herculean Tech Feat (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Managing high-tech systems for the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, is much like soaring off a massive ski ramp. It's a graceful feat fraught with serious risks.

Google puts instant message service inside e-mail (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California is seen in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc. will introduce over the coming weeks a simpler way for Google users to conduct instant message chats from inside a Web browser window, alongside their e-mail, the company said on February 6, 2006. (Clay McLachlan/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. will introduce over the coming weeks a simpler way for Google users to conduct instant message chats from inside a Web browser window, alongside their e-mail, the company said on Monday.


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AOL, Yahoo to test fee-based email (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online and Yahoo, two of the world's biggest e-mail providers, said on Monday they would offer a service where companies may choose to charge a tiny fee to ensure that e-mail reaches the intended recipient in a bid to derail spam.

Microsoft signs deal with Sony Ericsson (AFP)
A large advertisement display of a Sony Ericsson mobile phone in Singapore, in 2005. The US software giant Microsoft announced in an communique that it has reached a licensing agreement with mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson, which will enable the Stockholm-based company's "smart" phones to connect to computers via Microsoft's Exchange software.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AFP - The US software giant Microsoft announced in an communique that it has reached a licensing agreement with mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson, which will enable the Stockholm-based company's "smart" phones to connect to computers via Microsoft's Exchange software.


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Ingres Scores a Money Man (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Open-source database company Ingres has snapped up financial whiz Tom Berquist from Citigroup to be chief financial officer.

Opera 9 Web Browser Will Include BitTorrent (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Opera Software is moving forward with plans to add BitTorrent file-sharing technology to the next major release of its browser, Opera 9.0. The move represents an effort by the company to provide users with more efficient downloads of large files.

IBM says alters silicon's behavior to power new chip (Reuters)
Two women pass by an IBM logo at the company's headquarters at la Defense in Paris, May 6, 2005. IBM said on February 6, 2006 it had developed new chipmaking methods that will allow its upcoming Power6 computer processor to run twice as fast as current versions. (Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)Reuters - International Business Machines Corp. said on Monday it had developed new chipmaking methods that will allow its upcoming Power6 computer processor to run twice as fast as current versions.


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Google puts instant message service inside e-mail (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California is seen in this August 18, 2004 file photo. Google Inc. will introduce over the coming weeks a simpler way for Google users to conduct instant message chats from inside a Web browser window, alongside their e-mail, the company said on February 6, 2006. (Clay McLachlan/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. will introduce over the coming weeks a simpler way for Google users to conduct instant message chats from inside a Web browser window, alongside their e-mail, the company said on Monday.


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AOL, Yahoo to test fee-based email (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online and Yahoo, two of the world's biggest e-mail providers, said on Monday they would offer a service where companies may choose to charge a tiny fee to ensure that e-mail reaches the intended recipient in a bid to derail spam.

Yahoo and AOL to charge firms for guaranteed email delivery (AFP)
A Yahoo sign in Times Square, New York. Yahoo and America Online will offer "certified" email service that guarantees credible senders delivery for a fee(AFP/File/Don Emmert)AFP - Yahoo and America Online will offer "certified" email service that guarantees credible senders delivery for a fee.


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Publisher to Offer Book Content Online (AP)
AP - At a time when publishers are suing to prevent Google from putting excerpts of copyrighted books online, HarperCollins has started an advertiser-supported program that will offer a free look at the full text of selected works.

Disney top of the class with 'High School Musical' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tweens stocked up on iPods and iTunes gift cards during Christmas. Now the 14-and-under set is making its presence felt in digital music sales.

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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Maybelline Takes A Page From MySpace (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Maybelline is launching a Web site today for its new makeup line, Pure, that takes a novel approach to engaging teenage girls and young women. Instead of focusing on its products, the cosmetics company is taking a page from MySpace's playbook and inviting visitors to create and share content.

Yahoo and AOL Plan Bulk E-Mail Fees (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - America Online and Yahoo have unveiled a plan to charge e-mail marketers up to one cent per message to guarantee delivery to subscribers. The strategy effectively creates the electronic equivalent of a postage stamp.

Skype and Google Venture Into Wireless (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google and Internet telephony company Skype have invested in a start-up firm that specializes in software geared toward turning home wireless routers into Wi-Fi hotspots.

Q&A: Microsoft's Somasegar touts value of ALM platform (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - S. "Soma" Somasegar is corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft. This division is responsible for the various developer tools projects at Microsoft such as Visual Studio and the new application lifecycle management platform, Visual Studio 2005 Team System and Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server . Somasegar also is a frequent blogger and has been at Microsoft since 1989.

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