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Microsoft offers rival option to beleaguered BlackBerry (AFP)
Technology giant Microsoft goes head-to-head with lawsuit-cobbled Canadian firm Research in Motion, offering a lower-cost option to its BlackBerry wireless e-mail device(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US technology giant Microsoft goes head-to-head with lawsuit-cobbled Canadian firm Research in Motion, offering a lower-cost option to its BlackBerry wireless e-mail device.


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Microsoft to take wraps off Office Live in preview (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasReuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step toward shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Microsoft, Motorola Partner On Music Handset (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and Motorola are collaborating on a music handset, which would compete against a similar phone by Motorola that supports Apple's iTunes music platform.

Microsoft's Message? It's Targeting Mobile E-Mail Leader (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft's campaign to surpass Research In Motion in the mobile e-mail business began in earnest Monday.

Microsoft Targets RIM Blackberry With Price (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft unveils carrier and device support for its mobile messaging technology that the company hopes will attract customers away from rival the popular Blackberry.

Microsoft Acquires Mobile Search Provider MotionBridge (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has acquired MotionBridge S.A., a provider of search technology geared specifically for mobile devices.

Microsoft Readies BlackBerry Alternative (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and Vodafone have teamed up to launch an e-mail service that will compete with market leader Research In Motion and its ubiquitous BlackBerry handheld-e-mail device.

Microsoft Says Symantec Software Is Spyware (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A preview of Microsoft's Windows AntiSpyware wrongly fingered two Symantec enterprise anti-virus products as password-stealing programs.

EU Fields Windows Vista Antitrust Concerns (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The European Union's antitrust division confirms that it's monitoring concerns about Microsoft's Windows Vista similar to complaints voiced by companies to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Microsoft Takes European Antitrust Case To The Public (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As the company faces a key deadline on Wednesday, Microsoft has some decisions to make about how to handle hearings, and how much information to make public and when.

Toy Makers Hitch Products to IPod Craze (AP)
In this undated handout photo released by Blue Box Toys, a mixer is shown. Blue Box, known for military toys and preschool products, is breaking out with a line of sleek white electronic musical instruments that allows users to jam to iPod tunes. The collection includes a stage mike, a drum stick, guitar, and ranges in price from $20 to $40.  (AP Photo/Blue Box)AP - After bemoaning the emergence of the iPod as children's latest must-have toy, toy makers are now looking at the digital musical player as their own marketing strategy.


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2 Workers Have Chips Embedded Into Them (AP)
Sean Darks, chief executive of CityWatcher.com, points to the VeriChip implant that he had inserted into his right forearm, next to a VeriChip keychain, during a demonstration inside his office, Monday, Feb. 13, 2006, in Cincinnati. The company, which sells surveillance equipment, has begun implanting tiny identifying devices in employees to allow them access to its secure vaults. (AP Photo/David Kohl)AP - Tiny silicon chips were embedded into two workers who volunteered to help test the tagging technology at a surveillance equipment company, an official said Monday.


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Disney Bringing Back MovieBeam Set-Top Box (AP)
AP - The Walt Disney Co.'s MovieBeam set-top box is coming back in an upgraded version that clearly aims to be a Blockbuster in a box.

New Phones, Services Shown at Trade Show (AP)
Kai Oistama, Executive vice president and General  Manager of Nokia during a presentation on the first day of the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, Feb. 13, 2006.  (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)AP - The biggest names in mobile communications unveiled new phones, services and alliances at a major trade show Monday, jostling for a place in the fast-moving world of third-generation telephony.


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Reports: Sanyo, Nokia Plan Joint Venture (AP)
Sanyo Electronics Co. Chairwoman Tomoyo Nonaka, left, speaks to the medial at its head office at Moriguchi, near Osaka, western Japan, on Tuesday January 31, 2006. Struggling Sanyo reported improved results for the latest quarter but projected a massive loss for the full year because of costly restructuring efforts. Sitting next to Nonaka is President Toshimasa Iue. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)AP - Japan's Sanyo Electric Co. is planning a U.S. joint venture with Nokia Corp. of Finland to manufacture cell phones, media reports said Tuesday.


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MovieBeam offers first HDTV online movie rentals (Reuters)
Dewayne Caldwell, a worker for the Freeman Companies, sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 3, 2006 file photo. MovieBeam, a video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co., is introducing on February 14 the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co. is introducing on Tuesday the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films, backed by top Hollywood and Silicon Valley partners.


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Drag-and-drop Flaw in Internet Explorer Reported (PC World)
PC World - An IE browser flaw reportedly could allow malicious code to run and cause a takeover of your PC.

Vodafone and Google to work on mobile searches (Reuters)
Vodafone's flagship store on Oxford Street in London is seen in an undated file photo. Vodafone Group said on Tuesday it and Internet company Google Inc. were to develop mobile search services for the mobile phone company's customers. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Britain's Vodafone Group Plc said on Tuesday it and Internet company Google Inc were to develop mobile search services for the mobile phone company's customers.


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Call Issued For More Mobile Linux Apps (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A software engineer at Google is urging the open source community to develop more applications for desktops and laptops, because he says the modern workforce is increasingly on the move.

Microsoft to take wraps off Office Live in preview (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasReuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step toward shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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MovieBeam offers first HDTV online movie rentals (Reuters)
Dewayne Caldwell, a worker for the Freeman Companies, sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 3, 2006 file photo. MovieBeam, a video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co., is introducing on February 14 the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co. is introducing on Tuesday the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films, backed by top Hollywood and Silicon Valley partners.


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Vodafone and Google to work on mobile searches (Reuters)
Vodafone's flagship store on Oxford Street in London is seen in an undated file photo. Vodafone Group said on Tuesday it and Internet company Google Inc. were to develop mobile search services for the mobile phone company's customers. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Britain's Vodafone Group Plc said on Tuesday it and Internet company Google Inc were to develop mobile search services for the mobile phone company's customers.


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Microsoft to take wraps off Office Live in preview (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates is seen in Istanbul, January 30, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step towards shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. REUTERS/Fatih SaribasReuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it is set to begin testing an online version of its popular Office software in a first step toward shifting some of its computer-based products to the Web to fend off rivals such as Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Security industry takes on cybercrime at conference (Reuters)
Reuters - Major security vendors will likely focus on broader protections for consumers and businesses at a major industry conference this week as computer hackers increasingly look for financial gain rather than online fame, analysts say.

U.S. Consumer Awareness Of IPTV High (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Despite limited availability in the United States, 56 percent of all adults say they have heard of Internet television.

Microsoft, Motorola Partner On Music Handset (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft and Motorola are collaborating on a music handset, which would compete against a similar phone by Motorola that supports Apple's iTunes music platform.

Drag-and-drop Flaw in Internet Explorer Reported (PC World)
PC World - An IE browser flaw reportedly could allow malicious code to run and cause a takeover of your PC.

U.S. Grant Web Site Doesn't Work With Macs (AP)
AP - A government Web site that aims to serve as a one-stop shopping point for scholars and others in search of federal grants is creating headaches for users of Macintosh computers.

Dating Service Beats Poor Metrics Trend With Privacy Tools (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A research company has bad news for people looking for love through online dating services this Valentine's Day, but the news is good for those who want to keep their dating activities secret.

Yahoo urges joint effort on Internet freedom (AFP)
A Yahoo home page on a laptop personal computer in Beijing.  US Internet search titan Yahoo issued a rallying cry for online freedom in response to criticism for its cooperation with the Chinese government.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AFP - US Internet search titan Yahoo issued a rallying cry for online freedom in response to criticism over its cooperation with the Chinese government.


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