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Reports: IE 7 Crashes While Accessing Windows Updates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some users of Internet Explorer 7's beta are reporting problems accessing crucial update sites, but Microsoft denies any system-wide glitch.

Microsoft's Office Live Goes Beta (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has launched a beta version of Office Live, extending the functionality of the company's desktop Office productivity suite to the Web with an array of Internet-based software services for small businesses.

Windows Media Player Worm Set To Strike (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit against the Windows Media Player vulnerability disclosed by Microsoft two days ago may be only hours away from hitting unpatched users, a security company said Thursday.

Interview: Microsoft CRM General Manager Brad Wilson (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As Oracle gobbles up its former competitors, vendors tout hosted services as the wave of the future, and customer-relationship management (CRM) emerges from a not-so-swell couple of years, there is one company taking a measured, steady approach on the road to market dominance: Microsoft.

Gates Outlines Microsoft Security Strategy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on Tuesday laid out a comprehensive security strategy designed to highlight improvements in the forthcoming Windows Vista operating system.

SugarCRM Collaborates with Microsoft on Windows Interoperability (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Open-source vendor SugarCRM has unveiled a new technical-collaboration partnership with Microsoft that will boost interoperability between SugarCRM products and Windows Server.

EU Commission says received Microsoft's response (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. The European Commission on Thursday said it received and would 'consider carefully' Microsoft Corp.'s response to its charges that the company has failed to comply with anti-trust sanctions. REUTERS/Francois LenoirReuters - The European Commission on Thursday said it received and would "consider carefully" Microsoft Corp.'s response to its charges that the company has failed to comply with anti-trust sanctions.


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Microsoft switches Japan Xbox chief, not strategy (Reuters)
Reuters - The new head of Microsoft Corp's Xbox division in Japan acknowledges that sales of the game console have not fully met expectations, but says there will not be a major shift in strategy following a slow start.

Tech execs take their lumps, defend China policies (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Congressional lawmakers excoriated U.S. Internet companies at a hearing Wednesday for cooperating with Chinese government officials and stifling free speech in return for a chance to boost profits in China'. Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Cisco Systems went before the lawmakers.

Microsoft Rethinks Its Office 2007 Server Line Up (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Rather than offering a comprehensive family of new Office servers, as widely expected, Microsoft has decided to focus its efforts around a revamped SharePoint Portal server.

Apple Hackers Encounter a Poetic Warning (AP)
A new MacBook Pro laptop with Intel Core Duo processor is seen on display during the 2006 Macworld expo, January 2006 in San Francisco. Apple Computer announced it will begin shipments of its eagerly-awaited laptop model powered by an improved Intel chip.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AP - Apple Computer Inc. has resorted to a poetic broadside in the inevitable cat-and-mouse game between hackers and high-tech companies.


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Skype Use May Make Eavesdropping Passe (AP)
Monty Bannerman, CEO of Verso Technologies poses at the company's Atlanta office Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006. Even as the U.S. government is embroiled in a debate over the legality of wiretapping, the fastest-growing technology for Internet calls appears to have the potential to make eavesdropping a thing of the past.  (AP Photo/John Bazemore)AP - Even as the U.S. government is embroiled in a debate over the legality of wiretapping, the fastest-growing technology for Internet calls appears to have the potential to make eavesdropping a thing of the past.


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China Defends Right to Police Internet (AP)
Chinese youths work at their computer stations in an Internet cafe in Beijing, China, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006. Four U.S. technology giants are defending themselves against charges they collaborated with China to crush dissents in return for access to a booming Internet market. Representatives from Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Google Inc. faced harsh questioning from lawmakers from both parties at a hearing of a House of Representatives International Relations subcommittee. China says its aims are benign - to protect its citizens, and especially children, from 'the immoral and harmful content' of the Internet. Critics say the limits China imposes go further and are aided by U.S. companies. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)AP - China on Thursday defended its right to police the Internet, one day after four American technology giants appeared before Congress on charges they collaborated with Beijing to crush free speech online in return for market access.


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Office 2007 to Feature New Server, Tools (AP)
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, left, looks on as Microsoft's Jonathan Cluts talks about an information screen embedded under paint on a wall in the entryway during a tour of Microsoft Corp.'s 'Home of the Future' Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006 at Microsoft's campus in Redmond, Wash. Gutierrez was in the Seattle area to meet with business leaders and discuss U.S. competitiveness in the global economy. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)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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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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NBC partnerships build new Olympic platforms (Reuters)
Austria's Michael Gruber, Christoph Bieler, Mario Stecher and Felix Gottwald, from left, pose with their gold medal for the Nordic Combined team competition at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games, on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, during medal celebrations at the Austrian House in Sestriere. (AP Photo/Erich Spiess)Reuters - It's unlikely that even the most ardent Olympics fan can sit at home to watch all 418 hours of NBC's coverage from Turin, Italy. The network, therefore, pumped up its online presence and entered alliances with Google, ESPN.com, Apple, TV Guide, MobiTV, Zingy and other companies to extend its reach far beyond the television set.


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Get Radio Anywhere With the Sirius S50 (PC World)
PC World - Interesting hybrid blends car radio dock with iPod-like player.

Mobile Phones Target MySpace Generation (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Helio LLC said Thursday that it plans to offer multimedia handsets designed for its high-speed 3G networks and tied to social networking site MySpace.com.

'Throwies' Put Open Source Spin On Graffiti (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Eyebeam OpenLab makes tiny, glowing, colorful lights that stick to magnetic surfaces and may begin a new chapter in graffiti.

Virus attacking Apple Macintosh PCs found: experts (Reuters)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs looks at the new MacBook Pro laptop at the MacWorld conference in a San Francisco file photo from Jan. 10, 2006. Apple Computer Inc. said Tuesday it will begin shipping this week the new MacBook Pro, the company's first laptop computer to feature an Intel Corp. microprocessor. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)Reuters - A malicious computer worm has been found that targets Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X operating system, believed to be the first such virus aimed specifically at the Mac platform.


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NBC partnerships build new Olympic platforms (Reuters)
Austria's Michael Gruber, Christoph Bieler, Mario Stecher and Felix Gottwald, from left, pose with their gold medal for the Nordic Combined team competition at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games, on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, during medal celebrations at the Austrian House in Sestriere. (AP Photo/Erich Spiess)Reuters - It's unlikely that even the most ardent Olympics fan can sit at home to watch all 418 hours of NBC's coverage from Turin, Italy. The network, therefore, pumped up its online presence and entered alliances with Google, ESPN.com, Apple, TV Guide, MobiTV, Zingy and other companies to extend its reach far beyond the television set.


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Internet muck-raker challenges China's censors (Reuters)
Li Xinde, one of China's small band of internet investigative journalists, speaks during an interview in Beijing, February 16, 2006. REUTERS/StringerReuters - Chinese Communist Party elders and U.S. lawmakers fired shots at China's powerful censors this week, but Li Xinde says muck-raking campaigners like himself are undermining the country's barriers to free speech every day.


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"Line" pirate walks plank after MPAA sting (Reuters)
Reuters - A man who allegedly sought to distribute a pirated copy of "Walk the Line" on the Internet was charged Thursday with copyright infringement after falling prey to a trap set by the Motion Picture Association of America, prosecutors said.

Skype Use May Make Eavesdropping Passe (AP)
Monty Bannerman, CEO of Verso Technologies poses at the company's Atlanta office Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006. Even as the U.S. government is embroiled in a debate over the legality of wiretapping, the fastest-growing technology for Internet calls appears to have the potential to make eavesdropping a thing of the past.  (AP Photo/John Bazemore)AP - Even as the U.S. government is embroiled in a debate over the legality of wiretapping, the fastest-growing technology for Internet calls appears to have the potential to make eavesdropping a thing of the past.


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US measure protects firms from Chinese Internet coercion (AFP)
Web surfers in Shanghai.  A bill introduced in Congress would make it more difficult for US businesses to comply with China's request for Internet data that could be used to repress its people.(AFP/File/Liu Jin)AFP - A bill introduced in Congress would make it more difficult for US businesses to comply with China's request for Internet data that could be used to repress its people.


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Lawmakers make new push to ban Internet gambling (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 100 lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to outlaw the $12 billion Internet gambling industry.

Reports: IE 7 Crashes While Accessing Windows Updates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Some users of Internet Explorer 7's beta are reporting problems accessing crucial update sites, but Microsoft denies any system-wide glitch.

Amazon in talks on digital music service (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 major music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer to compete with Apple, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


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Big Players 'Extremely Interested' In Boston Wi-Fi (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A report says Earthlink, Google, HP are 'extremely interested' in partnering with Boston city officials to build a municipal Wi-Fi network.

Nokia sees rapid growth in blended networks (Reuters)
Reuters - Nokia (NOK1V.HE) expects the market for technology that runs mobile and fixed-telephony networks over the Internet to grow by up to 10 times by 2010, the mobile firm's networks strategy head said on Thursday.

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