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Microsoft to Unveil Paid Security Service (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - A new security service from Microsoft Corp. will charge users $49.95 per year to better protect its Windows operating system from spyware, viruses and other Internet attacks.


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Microsoft plans new PC security service for June (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market.


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Google treading on Microsoft turf in Dell tests (Reuters)
A computer enthusiast looks at a Dell computer at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. Dell Inc. and Google Inc. confirmed on Tuesday they are testing a pre-installed package of Google software on Dell computers, in a potential blow to Microsoft Corp.'s dominance of desktop software. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Dell Inc. and Google Inc. confirmed on Tuesday they are testing a pre-installed package of Google software on Dell computers, in a potential blow to Microsoft Corp.'s dominance of the desktop software business.


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Microsoft May Rebrand MSN Portal (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft may be rebranding its MSN site as MSN Media Network.

Microsoft Releases OneCare Pricing Details (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft plans to hawk its Windows OneCare Live computer security bundle for $49.95 a year for up to three personal computers.

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.

Microsoft Patent Loss Translates Into User Pain (TechWeb)
TechWeb - About one in four businesses will have to update Microsoft Office because the Redmond, Wash.-based developer lost a patent lawsuit, an asset management company says.

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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Apple cuts iPod Shuffle price, adds 1-GB Nano (Reuters)
A customer tries an iPod at the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile November 25, 2005. Apple Computer Inc on Tuesday launched a new 1 gigabyte iPod nano music player for $149 and said it cut the price of its shuffle music player. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday cut the price of its cheapest digital music player, the iPod Shuffle, and launched a smaller-capacity version of its mid-priced iPod Nano.


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Robotic Toys Take Stage at DEMO Conference (AP)
In this undated handout from Ugobe, Inc., the robotic dinosaur called Pleo is shown, which was founded by Caleb Chung. It's got eight processors that control 14 motors and receive signals from 38 sensors. It also can learn from its experiences, in effect writing its own code as it goes. (AP Photo/Ugobe, Inc.)AP - Sony Corp. may have put its Aibo robotic dogs to sleep, but the inventor of the popular Furby toy said on Tuesday the market for toy animatrons is anything but extinct.


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Microsoft to Unveil Paid Security Service (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - A new security service from Microsoft Corp. will charge users $49.95 per year to better protect its Windows operating system from spyware, viruses and other Internet attacks.


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Broadband, content firms fight over Net neutrality (Reuters)
Google Vice-President and Chief Internet Evangelist Vinton Cerf (R) speaks with Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Chairman Ted Stevens (R-AK) (L) and Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS) during a hearing on Internet neutrality on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 7, 2006. (Jim Young/Reuters)Reuters - High-speed Internet providers and Internet content companies clashed before lawmakers on Tuesday, in a dispute over whether a law enshrining the right to surf anywhere on the Web would help or harm consumers.


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Google, Cos. Clash Over Internet Access (AP)
AP - Internet giant Google said Tuesday that the wide variety of Web sites might shrink if broadband providers like AT&T start charging companies for premium access to high-speed networks.

'Father of the Internet' Asks for Internet Neutrality Law (PC World)
PC World - Vinton Cerf says Congress should pass law forbidding discrimination against competing Web services.

Apple Expands IPod Line, Cuts Some Prices (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. salesman Brian Tong holds up an Apple iPod Nano, center, next to the Apple Shuffle, left, and regular iPod, at the Apple Computer Store in Palo Alto, Calif., Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. Apple introduced on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 a new 1-gigabyte version of the Nano and lower-priced Shuffle. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - As competitors continue leaving the portable audio player market, Apple Computer Inc. beefed up its iPod product mix Tuesday with a new 1-gigabyte version of the nano and lower-priced shuffles.


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Symbian designs 3G phone with Freescale, cuts prices (Reuters)
Reuters - British mobile phone software maker Symbian and U.S. chip maker Freescale said on Tuesday they would develop a blueprint of a smartphone for fast 3G wireless networks, while Symbian added it would halve its license fees to widen the market for advanced handsets.

Demo show unveils Krugle, Google for developers (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Opening day of Demo 06 turned the spotlight on open source with three companies leveraging the collaborative and community nature of the model to bring developers and users closer together.

Microsoft plans new PC security service for June (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market.


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Microsoft to Unveil Paid Security Service (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates during his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 4, 2006. Microsoft said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new computer security service in June, marking the world's biggest software maker's entry into the fast-growing consumer anti-virus market. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - A new security service from Microsoft Corp. will charge users $49.95 per year to better protect its Windows operating system from spyware, viruses and other Internet attacks.


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Google, Cos. Clash Over Internet Access (AP)
AP - Internet giant Google said Tuesday that the wide variety of Web sites might shrink if broadband providers like AT&T start charging companies for premium access to high-speed networks.

Broadband, content firms fight over Net neutrality (Reuters)
Google Vice-President and Chief Internet Evangelist Vinton Cerf (R) speaks with Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Chairman Ted Stevens (R-AK) (L) and Sen. Trent Lott (R-MS) during a hearing on Internet neutrality on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 7, 2006. (Jim Young/Reuters)Reuters - High-speed Internet providers and Internet content companies clashed before lawmakers on Tuesday, in a dispute over whether a law enshrining the right to surf anywhere on the Web would help or harm consumers.


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'Father of the Internet' Asks for Internet Neutrality Law (PC World)
PC World - Vinton Cerf says Congress should pass law forbidding discrimination against competing Web services.

Google weds e-mail and instant messaging (AFP)
Sign at Google headquarters in California, United States. Google married its e-mail and instant messaging services in a union designed to streamline online communications.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Google married its e-mail and instant messaging services in a union designed to streamline online communications.


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Google Delists BMW from Search Index (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to crack down on search-engine abuse, Google has eliminated the German site of automaker BMW from its listings index, charging the company with violating Google's webmaster guidelines.

Google Brings Instant Messaging to Gmail (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a bid to extend its growing array of Internet offerings, Google is melding its messaging and e-mail services, enabling Gmail users to chat online without having to use a separate application.

Microsoft May Rebrand MSN Portal (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft may be rebranding its MSN site as MSN Media Network.

eBay Evolving Away From Auction Roots (PC World)
PC World - Meg Whitman says eBay well on its way to becoming an electronic-commerce site.

EU internet domain names open for business (AFP)
Hundreds of thousands of businesses raced to snap up ".eu" internet domain names, with "sex.eu" taking the prize for the most sought-after address on the first day companies could apply.(Eurid)AFP - Hundreds of thousands of businesses raced to snap up ".eu" internet domain names, with "sex.eu" taking the prize for the most sought-after address on the first day companies could apply.


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