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Handwriting On The Wall For Tablet PCs - Must Lighten Up (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Introduced with great fanfare three years ago, Microsoft's Windows Tablet PC has failed to live up to expectations. But the software giant and its hardware partners hope new products, including much smaller devices, will speed adoption of the technology.

What Will Vista Mean to You? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Listening to the hype surrounding the upcoming release of Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows Vista, people could be forgiven for thinking that the new OS will revolutionize the home-computing experience.

Feds Examine Windows Vista Antitrust Complaints (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's recent decision to release source code for the Windows Server operating system was recognized this week by the Department of Justice as a move that addresses most of the remaining issues pertaining to the antitrust lawsuit filed against the software giant. But the DOJ did cite a potential problem with the forthcoming Vista OS.

Microsoft, partners to challenge Apple iPod--Gates (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and its hardware partners will continue to develop new digital media devices aimed at challenging the dominance of Apple Computer Inc.'s ubiquitous iPod music player, Chairman Bill Gates said on Friday.

Microsoft appoints ex-MSNBC exec to head MSN: report (Reuters)
Chinese visitors walk past the Microsoft booth at the China International Software Expo 2005 in Beijing, June 15, 2005. Software maker Microsoft Corp appointed John Nicol to head its MSN Internet business, with plans to reinvest in media and entertainment services, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. (Claro Cortes IV/Reuters)Reuters - Software maker Microsoft Corp appointed John Nicol to head its MSN Internet business, with plans to reinvest in media and entertainment services, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.


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Microsoft Tells Device Makers, We'll Foot Your Legal Bills (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Says it will lift all caps on legal fees it will pay against intellectual property lawsuits.

Microsoft Rebrands MSN to Focus on Content (AP)
Launch of Microsoft Corp's MSN China web portal in Beijing in 2005. Microsoft Corp said annual spending in China on reseach and development remained at 100 million dollars and no additional investment would be made as state press indicated earlier(AFP/File)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s plans to rebrand its free e-mail, instant messenger and Web search products under the name "Live" could be interpreted as a sign that MSN — the unit that previously housed those products — is a sinking ship.


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New Google Desktop Grabs More Of Microsoft's Turf (Reuters) (TechWeb)
TechWeb - 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 says.

Microsoft Plans to Spend $1B to Expand HQ (AP)
Brad Smith, Senior Vice President of Microsoft, Wash. Gov. Chris Gregoire, Rob Short, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft, Rosemarie Ives, Mayor of Redmond, Wash., and Ron Sims, King County Executive, from left, stand before a backhoe where demolition will begin for the expansion of the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Loren Callahan)AP - Microsoft Corp. plans to spend about $1 billion over the next three years on an expansion that will add enough offices at its headquarters to house about 12,000 workers.


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The CIO's Guide to Windows Vista (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Microsoft prepares to launch what could be the biggest, baddest operating system of all time, some enterprises are acting a bit like the Titanic's captain watching the iceberg come into view.

NBC Expands Online Olympics Video (AP)
Firewowrks erupt over the Olympic Stadium at the conclusion of the opening ceremony for the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Friday, Feb. 10, 2006. (AP Photo Massimo Pinca)AP - NBC is significantly expanding its Olympics video offerings for the Internet and cell phones, a sure sign of its increased comfort with technologies that erect geographic boundaries online.


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U.S. Concludes 'Cyber Storm' Mock Attacks (AP)
AP - The government concluded its "Cyber Storm" wargame Friday, its biggest-ever exercise to test how it would respond to devastating attacks over the Internet from anti-globalization activists, underground hackers and bloggers.

'Throttling' Angers Netflix Renters (AP)
Manuel Vallanueva is shown at his home in Warren, Mich., Feb. 8, 2006. Villanueva realizes he has been getting a pretty good deal since he signed up for Netflix Inc.'s online DVD rental service 2 years ago, but he still feels shortchanged.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - Manuel Villanueva realizes he has been getting a pretty good deal since he signed up for Netflix Inc.'s online DVD rental service 2 1/2 years ago, but he still feels shortchanged. That's because the $17.99 monthly fee that he pays to rent up to three DVDs at a time would amount to an even bigger bargain if the company didn't penalize him for returning his movies so quickly.


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FTC to Hold High-Tech Issue Hearings (AP)
AP - The Federal Trade Commission will host hearings this fall on emerging technologies being exploited by Internet spies and identity thieves.

Web Site Lets Public Track Alaska Volcano (AP)
In this photo provided by the U.S. Geological Survey/ Alaska Volcano Observatory, AVO staff monitor volcanic activity, in their Anchorage offices, of the Augustine Volcano with the use of a web camera located at the base of the volcano. With a network that includes seismic stations, cameras, and Global Positioning System receivers Augustine is the most heavily instrumented volcano in the state.  (AP Photo/Alaska Volcano Observatory / U.S. Geological Survey, Kristi Wallace)AP - From his home in Nanwalek, Vince Evans can stare across the water at Augustine Volcano as it pumps out clouds of ash and steam, but like many residents in the isolated village, Evans prefers to check the Internet for the latest on the erupting island mount.


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No 'buoi' please, we're Vietnamese (Reuters)
Reuters - What do a Vietnamese grapefruit seller and a gender activist have in common?

Nielsen's top 20 prime-time TV shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Following are the top 20 prime-time programs on broadcast TV for the week ended Feb 5, as measured in average total audience, according to Nielsen Media Research. (Data include same-day DVR playback.)

Is STM On The Mend? (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - STMicroelectronics may finally be on the road to recovery. Like the rest of the microchip industry, STM has had a tough ride since 2000, when the stock peaked at 73. It plunged to 11 in 2002 and has since edged up to 18. Some analysts think the price now reflects the worst that could happen. With cost-cutting in place under new management and increased use of its chips in smart phones, music players, mobile TVs, and car safety cameras, STM is geared to take off, say some bulls. ...

Oracle Rumored To Be Making Open-Source Play (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - I.T. giant Oracle is working on deals to purchase three open-source technology companies, according to a news report that said the acquisitions collectively total some $600 million.

US charges Calif. man in computer "botnet" case (Reuters)
Reuters - A California man was indicted on Friday on federal charges of creating a robot-like network of hijacked computers that helped him and two others bring in $100,000 for installing unwanted ad software.

No 'buoi' please, we're Vietnamese (Reuters)
Reuters - What do a Vietnamese grapefruit seller and a gender activist have in common?

Web Site Lets Public Track Alaska Volcano (AP)
In this photo provided by the U.S. Geological Survey/ Alaska Volcano Observatory, AVO staff monitor volcanic activity, in their Anchorage offices, of the Augustine Volcano with the use of a web camera located at the base of the volcano. With a network that includes seismic stations, cameras, and Global Positioning System receivers Augustine is the most heavily instrumented volcano in the state.  (AP Photo/Alaska Volcano Observatory / U.S. Geological Survey, Kristi Wallace)AP - From his home in Nanwalek, Vince Evans can stare across the water at Augustine Volcano as it pumps out clouds of ash and steam, but like many residents in the isolated village, Evans prefers to check the Internet for the latest on the erupting island mount.


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FTC to Hold High-Tech Issue Hearings (AP)
AP - The Federal Trade Commission will host hearings this fall on emerging technologies being exploited by Internet spies and identity thieves.

U.S. Concludes 'Cyber Storm' Mock Attacks (AP)
AP - The government concluded its "Cyber Storm" wargame Friday, its biggest-ever exercise to test how it would respond to devastating attacks over the Internet from anti-globalization activists, underground hackers and bloggers.

Old Media Wants A Piece Of The New Media Action (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Google, now the world's most highly valued media company, finds itself stepping on the toes of established players as it tries to extend its Web dominance into new domains.

NBC Expands Its Olympics Video Offerings (AP)
The Olympic Rings light up the stadium during opening ceremonies for the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Friday, Feb. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - NBC is significantly expanding its Olympics video offerings for the Internet and cell phones, a sure sign of its increased comfort with technologies that erect geographic boundaries online.


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'Throttling' Angers Netflix Heavy Renters (AP)
Manuel Vallanueva is shown at his home in Warren, Mich., Feb. 8, 2006. Villanueva realizes he has been getting a pretty good deal since he signed up for Netflix Inc.'s online DVD rental service 2 years ago, but he still feels shortchanged.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - Manuel Villanueva realizes he has been getting a pretty good deal since he signed up for Netflix Inc.'s online DVD rental service 2 1/2 years ago, but he still feels shortchanged. That's because the $17.99 monthly fee that he pays to rent up to three DVDs at a time would amount to an even bigger bargain if the company didn't penalize him for returning his movies so quickly.


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Feds Deem Operation Cyber Storm a Success (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Private sector representatives and government officials join to test U.S. preparedness for a combined physical and Internet-based attack.

Andrew Kantor: CyberSpeak - Cable, phone companies battle to be your everything (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - It looks to be a busy year for lawmakers, technology-wise. Last week I wrote about a debate beginning in Washington about Net neutrality - something that could affect everyone who uses the Internet.

Firms turn cyber sleuths with cell phone technology (Reuters)
A cell phone is seen in an undated photo. 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. (Will Burgess/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.


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