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Office 2007 to Feature New Server, Tools (AP)
Managing Director of Federal Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel of Microsoft Corporation Jack Krumholtz testifies before a joint hearing of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations and the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, on the 'Internet in China: A Tool for Freedom or Suppression?' on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2006, in Washington.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)AP - Microsoft Corp. is pushing a host of additional products along with the next version of its business software suite, dubbed Office 2007, including specialized tools to help employees work together even if they are thousands of miles apart.


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Microsoft eyes multiple versions of new Office 2007 (Reuters)
An employee works at a Microsoft office in Seoul in this December 7, 2005 file photo. On February 15, 2006, Microsoft unveiled multiple versions of its upcoming Office business software suite. REUTERS/You Sung-HoReuters - Microsoft Corp. unveiled on Wednesday multiple versions of its upcoming Office business software suite with features that aim to simplify worker collaboration and improve efficiency.


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Cheney Hunting Mishap Takes Media by Storm (AP)
A Nov. 5, 2002 file photo provided by the White House, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006, shows Vice President Dick Cheney hunting quail in Gettysburg, S.D., (AP Photo/David Bohrer, White House)AP - When Bill Gates appeared at a computer security conference in San Jose, Calif., this week, he greeted his audience with a quip. "I'm really glad to be here," said the Microsoft Corp. chairman. "My other invitation was to go quail hunting with Dick Cheney."


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CORRECTED: Microsoft to take wraps off Office Live in preview (Reuters)
Reuters - Please read in first paragraph ...Office Live, a Web-based application for small businesses that can integrate with its popular Office software, in a step toward better competing with rivals... instead of ...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... .

Aiding China Censors Beats Alternative, U.S. Internet Giants Testify To Congress (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Officials for Yahoo , Google , Microsoft and Cisco went before Congress Wednesday and defended their decisions to comply with China's laws to do business there, even though the moves allow for censorship and, in some cases, the jailing of dissidents.

U.S. Lawmakers Lecture Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft on China Censorship (TechWeb)
TechWeb - 'Sickening cooperation,' one lawmaker calls it. But the search engines say they want government help fighting censorship.

U.S. Congress Grills Internet Execs On China Policies (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Lawmakers lined up to deride policies by Google, Microsoft, and others as "a disgrace," among other things. A new bill is on the docket to help companies clarify policies.

Microsoft, EC Battle Over Large Daily Fine (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Accusations are flying, as Microsoft charges that the European Commission ignored 'critical' evidence and the EC responds that Microsoft's documents came in after the deadline had passed.

Microsoft Hones IE 7's Drive-by-Download Defenses (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Developers working on Internet Explorer 7 are fortifying the browser against stealth downloads carrying malicious software.

Microsoft, EU battle over large daily fine (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg in this September 30, 2004 file photo. Microsoft Corp. has fully complied with European Commission technical documentation requirements and should not be fined 2 million euros daily, the company said as it replied on Wednesday to Commission charges. REUTERS/Francois LenoirReuters - Microsoft Corp. formally denied European Commission charges that could lead to 2 million euro ($2.4 million) daily fines in an antitrust case on Wednesday, saying critical evidence had been ignored.


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Cellular Service to Offer MySpace Phones (AP)
An undated view of MySpace's web page. If MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe has his way, the quirky social networking site he co-founded two years ago will hold tight to its homegrown roots, even though it now boasts more unique users than Google or America Online and has a new owner at its helm. REUTERS/HandoutAP - The social networking site MySpace, hugely successful among teenagers and twenty-somethings, is about to become more ubiquitous with the launch of a cellular service that will let users read and post to the site for free.


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Office 2007 to Feature New Server, Tools (AP)
Managing Director of Federal Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel of Microsoft Corporation Jack Krumholtz testifies before a joint hearing of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations and the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, on the 'Internet in China: A Tool for Freedom or Suppression?' on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2006, in Washington.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)AP - Microsoft Corp. is pushing a host of additional products along with the next version of its business software suite, dubbed Office 2007, including specialized tools to help employees work together even if they are thousands of miles apart.


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Congress Chides 4 Tech Giants Over China (AP)
Vice President for Corporate Communications and Public Affairs of Google, Inc. Elliot Schrage, testifies before a joint hearing of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations and the Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, on the 'Internet in China: A Tool for Freedom or Suppression?' on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2006, in Washington.  (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)AP - Four U.S. high-tech companies on Wednesday found themselves branded collaborators with the Chinese government in suppressing dissent in return for access to a booming Internet market.


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Nokia, Motorola Show Cellular-VoIP Phones (AP)
A man looks at one of the new generation mobile phones on display at a phone stand on the third day of the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2006. According to the organizers, 962 companies have signed up as exhibitors, showcasing their latest mobile products, services and solutions. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)AP - "Call me back on the landline" may soon sound like a quaint, turn-of-the-century instruction to the ears of many mobile phone users.


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Toshiba Develops Mobile-Phone Technology (AP)
A bar-code of a book is photographed by a cell phone digital camera during a demonstration at a Toshiba Corp. office in Tokyo Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2006. Checking out the Internet buzz about a DVD, book or candy while on the go will become as easy as taking a snapshot of a bar-code with a new Japanese mobile-phone technology. The software developed by Toshiba., a Japanese electronics company that makes DVD players, laptops and nuclear power plants, comes packed in cell phones, allowing users to search up to 100 blogs, or Web journals, in 10 seconds. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)AP - Checking out the Internet buzz about a DVD, book or candy while on the go will become as easy as taking a snapshot of the bar code on a product.


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Amazon, 4 music firms discuss digital service: report (Reuters)
Amazon's Seattle headquarters is seen in an undated file photo. Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.


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Trusted Computing Standard Coming To The SAN -- And The Sneakernet (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Seagate has the first encrypted storage drive based on a new standard designed to make data breaches from stolen laptops less common

Nokia says starts shipping 3G phone to DoCoMo (Reuters)
Reuters - Top global handset maker Nokia (NOK1V.HE) has started shipping a 3G phone to Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo Inc. (9437.T), the Finnish group said in a statement on Thursday.

OSBC: SAP exec cites IT consolidation wave (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAP and SpikeSource executives on Wednesday emphasized IT consolidation and the effects of open source, in different presentations at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco.

It's Official: Office '12' to Become Office 2007 (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft tunes up, renames next version of its suite of office software.

Amazon, 4 music firms discuss digital service: report (Reuters)
Amazon's Seattle headquarters is seen in an undated file photo. Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.


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Nintendo DS plays TV, Web (Reuters)
Reuters - Nintendo is expanding the entertainment capabilities of its best-selling Nintendo DS, making it possible to watch live television and surf the Internet using the dual-screen portable game device.

Helio announces launch devices, MySpace partnership (Reuters)
Reuters - Helio LLC, a youth-oriented mobile phone service created by SK Telecom and EarthLink Inc., said on Wednesday it will launch in the spring with two branded handsets and a mobile partnership with networking Web site MySpace.

US Internet sites put greed first in China, lawmakers say (AFP)
A computer screen in Beijing shows the homepage of Google.cn, a brand of the US search engine which has agreed to censor websites serving the country. Lawmakers in the US Congress accuse US Internet providers of putting the quest for profits ahead of ethics in cooperating with China's censorship of online information.  but China defends its censorship Internet rules saying it follows international norms.(AFP/File/Frederic J. Brown)AFP - Lawmakers in the US Congress accuse US Internet portals of putting the quest for profits ahead of ethics in cooperating with China's censorship of online information.


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Racist abuse closes BBC Asian cricket online board (Reuters)
Pakistani cricket fans cheer for their team during the second day of the first test cricket match between India and Pakistan in Lahore January 14, 2006. An online message board dedicated to Indian and Pakistani cricket fans on the BBC Web site has been shut down after some users began posting racist and religious abuse, the broadcaster said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mian KhursheedReuters - An online message board dedicated to Indian and Pakistani cricket fans on the BBC Web site has been shut down after some users began posting racist and religious abuse, the broadcaster said on Wednesday.


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CORRECTED: Microsoft to take wraps off Office Live in preview (Reuters)
Reuters - Please read in first paragraph ...Office Live, a Web-based application for small businesses that can integrate with its popular Office software, in a step toward better competing with rivals... instead of ...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... .

iVillage bids likely to come in low: sources (Reuters)
Reuters - Women's online media company iVillage Inc. has asked for a second round of takeover bids from suitors that may include some big names in media and publishing, but sources familiar with the process say offers could come in lower than expected.

Study: Internet Users Go Online for Fun (AP)
AP - Some people go online just for the sake of it: A new study finds that on any given day, nearly a third of U.S. Internet users log on just for fun or to pass the time.

Online Game Addresses Gay-Rights Uproar (AP)
AP - A gay-rights uproar in the popular "World of Warcraft" online game has spurred the game's maker to review its treatment of gay players.

Thirty pct Internet users go online just for fun: poll (Reuters)
Reuters - Nearly one-third of American Internet users surveyed said they go online just for fun rather than to check e-mail, read news or use a search engine, a sharp increase from a year ago, the Pew Internet & American Life Project said on Wednesday.

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