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New Google Desktop grabs more of Microsoft's turf (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing January 25, 2006. Google is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on February 9, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on Thursday.


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Microsoft plan averts conflict over antitrust pact (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has averted a looming conflict with U.S. officials by agreeing to disclose more information about its Windows server operating system, according to documents filed in federal court on Wednesday

Google Treading On Microsoft Turf In Dell Tests (Reuters) (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The PC maker and search engine company are testing a Google-powered Dell home page, a move analysts predict will jack up Google's customer acquisition costs by hundreds of millions of dollars.

Microsoft Sets Pricing on OneCare Live Security Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has detailed pricing and availability for OneCare Live, a security service that is designed to bring antivirus, antispyware, and backup capabilities into one constantly updating online package.

First Look: Internet Explorer 7 Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Last week, Microsoft released the first public beta of Internet Explorer 7. While there still are some bugs that have to be worked out before final release, we put the new browser through the paces to see what Microsoft has in store for Internet users everywhere.

Microsoft Warns of New WMF Vulnerability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has issued a warning about two new flaws in its software that could allow an attacker to gain control over a user's computer. In addition, a security vendor has discovered another vulnerability that also could allow a computer to be hijacked remotely.

Google Treading On Microsoft Turf In Dell Tests (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The PC maker and search engine company are testing a Google-powered Dell home page, a move analysts predict will jack up Google's customer acquisition costs by hundreds of millions of dollars.

EU Commission Denies Microsoft Deadline Extension (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The rebuff, which also rejected Microsoft's request for access to correspondence involving technical experts advising the commission, moves the company closer to a daily fine of up to $2.4 million for noncompliance with the EU's antitrust remedies.

Microsoft Reveals Two New Bugs (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft owns up to two new security problems, one of which is yet another issue with Windows Metafile (WMF) images.

Microsoft Hints At Dec. 1 For Windows Vista Launch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Vista launch date contest for developers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa indicates that the next-generation operating system could be set for release Dec. 1.

Group: Yahoo Aided Crackdown on Dissident (AP)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6, 2006. Yahoo Inc. provided evidence to Chinese authorities that led to the imprisonment of an Internet writer, lawyers and activists said on Thursday, the second such case involving the U.S. Internet giant. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)AP - Yahoo Inc. provided Chinese authorities with information about one of its users that was used to jail the man for eight years, an activist group said Thursday. It was the second time Yahoo was accused of helping authorities jail a Chinese user.


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Toy Cos. to Push High-Tech Items at Fair (AP)
In this undated handout from Hasbro, a child brushed the hair of the robotic pony Butterscotch. Robotic toys, which show how the industry has made strides even from a year ago in evolving into an entertainment business with life-like pets or playmates, are among the high-tech products featured at American International Toy Fair, which officially starts Sunday.   (AP Photo/Hasbro)AP - If children didn't get their fill of high-tech toys during the 2005 holiday season, they should brace themselves for more wizardry later this year.


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Review: Numetrex Sports Bra Easy to Use (AP)
In this undated handout photo from Numetrex, a sports bra wtih a heart monitor and watch are shown.  Heart-sensing fabrics have the potential for remotely monitoring the health of soldiers, firefighters and the chronically ill. More work is needed before the technology can be approved for all of those uses. For now, however, women trying get the most out of their workouts can try it out in a $75 sports bra. (AP Photo/Numetrex)AP - In our health-conscious age, runners like me are advised to monitor our heart rates so we get the most out of our workouts without overdoing it. But I haven't ever felt like strapping on extraneous hardware to keep tabs on my pulse.


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IBM to Debut High-Performance 'Cell' Chip (AP)
Juhi Jotwani, IBM's director, Blade Center and xSeries solutions, holds the new Cell Broadband Engine processor during presentation at the IBM office, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 in New York. The new processor developed by IBM in collaboration with Sony and Toshiba will power the new generation of PlayStation and according to IBM can 'dramatically improve computers used for military defense, health care and home entertainment. (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - The microprocessor that will power Sony Corp.'s next-generation video game console will also run computer servers that IBM Corp., the chip's lead designer, is pitching to the defense, medical and entertainment industries.


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Web Sites Hawking Phone Records Shut Down (AP)
AP - Following a wave of negative publicity and pressure from the government, several Web sites that peddled people's private phone records are calling it quits.

New Google Desktop grabs more of Microsoft's turf (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing January 25, 2006. Google is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on February 9, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on Thursday.


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PDA Pundit: T-Mobile Catches Windows Mobile Fever (PC World)
PC World - T-Mobile's MDA is the latest hybrid device based on Windows Mobile 5, a handheld OS that's clearly gaining momentum.

DoCoMo, Nippon TV to consider mobile TV services (Reuters)
Reuters - NTT DoCoMo Inc. (9437.T), Japan's largest mobile operator, and Nippon Television Network Corp. (NTV) (9404.T), the country's second-largest broadcaster, said on Thursday they have agreed to a tie-up to look into mobile digital TV services.

Firefox Exploit Emerges (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit that takes advantage of a recently-patched bug in Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser has gone public.

Microsoft plan averts conflict over antitrust pact (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has averted a looming conflict with U.S. officials by agreeing to disclose more information about its Windows server operating system, according to documents filed in federal court on Wednesday

New Google Desktop grabs more of Microsoft's turf (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing January 25, 2006. Google is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on February 9, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Web search leader Google Inc. is introducing an upgraded version of its software for users to organize and find information on any computer and to share it with friends, the company said on Thursday.


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Japan Internet suicide deaths soar to 91 in 2005 (Reuters)
Reuters - The number of Japanese killing themselves in groups after meeting through the Internet -- strangers afraid to die alone -- soared to a record 91 last year, nearly double that of 2004, police said on Thursday.

Marc M, Lampoon in "Secret" project (Reuters)
Reuters - Writer-animator Marc M is teaming up with National Lampoon to develop an animated project for Comedy Central based on his Internet cartoon series "Secret League of Legionnaires."

Yahoo accused in jailing of 2nd China Internet user (Reuters)
Chief Executive of Yahoo Terry Semel is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 6, 2006. Yahoo Inc. provided evidence to Chinese authorities that led to the imprisonment of an Internet writer, lawyers and activists said on Thursday, the second such case involving the U.S. Internet giant. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Yahoo Inc. provided evidence to Chinese authorities that led to the imprisonment of an Internet writer, lawyers and activists said on Thursday, the second such case involving the U.S. Internet giant.


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Napster posts wider loss as costs rise (Reuters)
Chris Gorog, Napster Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, is seen in New York in a 2003 file photo. Online music service Napster Inc. on Wednesday posted a wider quarterly loss, hurt by a sharp rise in spending on sales and marketing despite revenue that nearly doubled. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Online music service Napster Inc. on Wednesday posted a wider quarterly loss, hurt by a sharp rise in spending on sales and marketing despite revenue that nearly doubled.


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Some Web sites stop selling phone call data: FTC (Reuters)
Reuters - Many Internet sites that had offered to obtain customer telephone records have stopped taking orders amid federal investigations into privacy concerns about the practice, a Federal Trade Commission official said on Wednesday.

Yahoo, press watchdog clash over Chinese cyber-dissident (AFP)
Web surfers in Shanghai.  Press freedom watchdog Reporters Sans Frontieres ignited a new row over Internet rights in China, clashing with Yahoo Inc. over the case of a cyber-dissident.(AFP/File/Liu Jin)AFP - Press freedom watchdog Reporters Sans Frontieres ignited a new row over Internet rights in China, clashing with Yahoo Inc. over the case of a cyber-dissident.


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Google Treading On Microsoft Turf In Dell Tests (Reuters) (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The PC maker and search engine company are testing a Google-powered Dell home page, a move analysts predict will jack up Google's customer acquisition costs by hundreds of millions of dollars.

Web Sites Hawking Phone Records Shut Down (AP)
AP - Following a wave of negative publicity and pressure from the government, several Web sites that peddled people's private phone records are calling it quits.

EHarmony.com Unveils 'Tune Up' for Spouses (AP)
AP - The online matchmaking service eHarmony.com Inc. has a new tool for married couples — and it isn't to help them cheat.

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