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Microsoft Previews Office 2007 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft this week unveiled a major upgrade to the company's flagship Office platform, with an array of enhancements ranging from a new user interface to collaboration tools designed to streamline content management and business processes.

Firm Offers $10K Reward For Critical Windows Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - For a limited time, iDefense will pay researchers $10,000 for finding Windows vulnerabilities that Microsoft classifies as "Critical."

Microsoft Frowns on iDefense Hacking Challenge (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - iDefense is offering hackers a $10,000 prize for finding flaws that lead to a "critical" Microsoft bulletin; the software maker isn't pleased.

Microsoft Working To Fix Core Duo Battery Bug (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft confirmed Thursday that it's working on a fix for a battery draining problem on Intel Core Duo-equipped notebooks.

Microsoft Preps For Its Next Windows Vista Milestone (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Vista February CTP test build and a first beta of new Vista deployment tools are both expected next week, according to beta testers.

Vista Coming into Focus (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft is expected to deliver the next Windows Vista CTP and beta deployment tools Feb. 21.

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.

Traffic to NBC Olympics Web Site Rises (AP)
Gold medalist Tanja Frieden of Switzerland celebrates during the medal ceremony for the Olympic Women's Snowboard Cross competition at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - NBC's Olympics Web site, carrying more video of competition than ever before, is seeing increases in usage even as television viewership is down.


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Chicago Gears Up for Wireless Broadband (AP)
Katy Harper uses a wireless connection on her laptop at a downtown Chicago cafe, Friday Feb. 17, 2006. City officials said they are launching an effort to offer wireless broadband, jumping on the Wi-Fi bandwagon as similar initiatives proceed in Philadelphia, San Francisco and smaller cities elsewhere. Harper said she would welcome a citywide Wi-fi network. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)AP - The nationwide rush to go wireless appears poised to extend to its biggest city yet. Chicago is launching an effort to offer wireless broadband, city officials said Friday, jumping on the Wi-Fi bandwagon as similar initiatives proceed in Philadelphia, San Francisco and smaller cities.


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Mac-User Sites Shut for Possible Violation (AP)
AP - Two busy Web sites that focus on Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X operating system went silent Friday just days after they featured links to information on how to hack the software and run it on non-Apple PCs.

Google Criticizes Gov't in Court Papers (AP)
The logo of Internet search engine company Google at its headquarters in Mountain View in Silicon Valley, south of San Francisco. US Internet search portal Google is testing a service that allows people to customize e-mail accounts with their names or other personal touches.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - Google Inc. on Friday criticized the Bush administration's demand to examine millions of its users' Internet search requests as a misguided fishing expedition that threatens to ruin the company's credibility and reveal its closely guarded secrets.


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BT Group Invests $21M on VoIP Platform (AP)
AP - British telecommunications firm BT Group PLC announced Friday it is investing $21 million on a global platform to provide voice calling over the Internet.

Amazon.com mute on rumored plans to challenge Apple's iPod (AFP)
US Internet retailer Amazon.com refused to comment on a media report that it is planning to launch an online digital music store and a portable music player to break Apple Computer's lock on the market.(Amazon)AFP - US Internet retailer Amazon.com refused to comment on a media report that it is planning to launch an online digital music store and a portable music player to break Apple Computer's lock on the market.


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Microsoft Plans Six Core Windows Vista Versions (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft has finalized the members of its next-generation desktop line-up. As expected, standalone Tablet and Media Center Editions are no more.

Will The U.S. Embrace Cell-Phone-As-Wallet? (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Consumers can already pay for merchandise using their cell phones in South Korea and Japan, and they'll be able to do it in the U.S. in 18 months. But will Americans be willing?

Blog: Cisco Adds SIP to Call Manager, Finally (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Cisco's Call Manager 5.0 will include support for Linux in addition to Windows Server, and finally support for SIP clients.

IBM to boost Web enablement in Rational tools (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Seeking to more easily accommodate distributed development, IBM later this year plans to modernize its Rational software lifecycle management products to make them strictly Web-based.

Traffic to NBC Olympics Web Site Rises (AP)
Gold medalist Tanja Frieden of Switzerland celebrates during the medal ceremony for the Olympic Women's Snowboard Cross competition at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Friday, Feb. 17, 2006. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - NBC's Olympics Web site, carrying more video of competition than ever before, is seeing increases in usage even as television viewership is down.


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Amazon.com mute on rumored plans to challenge Apple's iPod (AFP)
US Internet retailer Amazon.com refused to comment on a media report that it is planning to launch an online digital music store and a portable music player to break Apple Computer's lock on the market.(Amazon)AFP - US Internet retailer Amazon.com refused to comment on a media report that it is planning to launch an online digital music store and a portable music player to break Apple Computer's lock on the market.


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Turin Games more popular on Internet than Athens (Reuters)
Reuters - The Turin Winter Olympics is proving to be more popular on the Internet than the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.

NBC Uni to Web sites: Clip the clips (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC Universal is leaning on popular Web sites engaged in video sharing to remove hundreds of copyrighted video clips derived from its TV networks.

Google rejects Justice Dept. bid for search info (Reuters)
Larry Page, co-founder of Google Inc., delivers a keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2006. Google on Friday formally rejected the U.S. Justice Department's subpoena of data from the Web search leader, arguing the demand violated the privacy of users' Web searches and its own trade secrets. REUTERS/Steve MarcusReuters - Google Inc. on Friday formally rejected the U.S. Justice Department's subpoena of data from the Web search leader, arguing the demand violated the privacy of users' Web searches and its own trade secrets.


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Mac-User Sites Shut for Possible Violation (AP)
AP - Two busy Web sites that focus on Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X operating system went silent Friday just days after they featured links to information on how to hack the software and run it on non-Apple PCs.

Google Criticizes Gov't in Court Papers (AP)
The logo of Internet search engine company Google at its headquarters in Mountain View in Silicon Valley, south of San Francisco. US Internet search portal Google is testing a service that allows people to customize e-mail accounts with their names or other personal touches.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - Google Inc. on Friday criticized the Bush administration's demand to examine millions of its users' Internet search requests as a misguided fishing expedition that threatens to ruin the company's credibility and reveal its closely guarded secrets.


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U.S. Takes Aim at Online Gambling (NewsFactor)
Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte is seen in an undated file photo. Goodlatte will reintroduce a bill this week that would prohibit Internet gambling, a fast-growing industry valued at about $12 billion, a spokeswoman for Goodlatte said on Tuesday. REUTERS/HandoutNewsFactor - Legislation focused on cracking down on the thriving business of online gambling was introduced in Congress this week to tighten existing laws that outlaw the practice in the U.S.


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Can Google gain a foothold in the enterprise? (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Google's got its eyes on your corporate data, and if its ability to parlay its whip-smart Web search technology into a vast empire of consumer services is any indication, you may be Googling enterprise apps and data sooner than you think.

Chicago Gears Up for Wireless Broadband (AP)
Katy Harper uses a wireless connection on her laptop at a downtown Chicago cafe, Friday Feb. 17, 2006. City officials said they are launching an effort to offer wireless broadband, jumping on the Wi-Fi bandwagon as similar initiatives proceed in Philadelphia, San Francisco and smaller cities elsewhere. Harper said she would welcome a citywide Wi-fi network. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)AP - The nationwide rush to go wireless appears poised to extend to its biggest city yet. Chicago is launching an effort to offer wireless broadband, city officials said Friday, jumping on the Wi-Fi bandwagon as similar initiatives proceed in Philadelphia, San Francisco and smaller cities.


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