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Microsoft's Office Live services debut with e-mail, Web hosting services (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The first installment of Microsoft's Office Live initiative landed in beta form last week. No one really thought an AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) version of MS Office was imminent, but it was still slightly disappointing to see that Office Live went little beyond the fee-based e-mail, HTML template, and Web hosting services that a range of vendors have offered before to small businesses.

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

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.

Intel to Open Technology Center in Gaza (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** An Intel Corp. manufacturing technician works in a special light and air sensitive area in a clean room as she produces Intel chips at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., June 9, 2005. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is planning to build the first information technology education center in the volatile Gaza Strip.


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EarthLink to Offer DirecTV, Dish Service (AP)
AP - EarthLink Inc. said Monday it will offer DirecTV and Dish Network satellite television service in bundled options in select markets across the United States.

Teens at Risk on Web Sites, Experts Say (AP)
The homepage of MySpace.com, the online music and dating phenomenon that makes it easy for teens to find friends and express themselves. REUTERS/HandoutAP - On MySpace.com, teenagers can find kindred spirits who share their love of sports, their passion for photography or their crush on a Hollywood star. They can also find out where their online friends live, where they attend school, even what they look like.


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Judge Weighs Injunction in BlackBerry Case (AP)
AP - Say what you want about patent infringement suits, but at least the BlackBerry case has drama.

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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Google operating without Internet license in China: report (AFP)
Chinese authorities are investigating US Internet giant Google for launching its local service without the proper license, state press reported.(AFP/File/Frederick Brown)AFP - Chinese authorities are investigating US Internet giant Google for launching its local service without the proper license, state press reported.


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Sony PS3 launch could be delayed (Reuters)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed at Tokyo Game Show 2005, September 16, 2005. Sony Corp.'s launch of its next-generation PlayStation 3 console could be delayed if industry specifications for some of its technology are not finalized soon, although it is still aiming for a spring rollout, it said on Monday. REUTERS/Toru HanaiReuters - Sony Corp.'s launch of its next-generation PlayStation 3 video game console could be delayed if industry specifications for some of its technology are not finalized soon, although it is still aiming for a spring rollout, it said on Monday.


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Amp'd Mobile customers tune in to 'Scanner' trailer (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Independent Pictures became the first studio to premiere a movie trailer on U.S. mobile phones last week when the trailer for Richard Linklater's "A Scanner Darkly" was offered free to Amp'd Mobile customers.

Oracle grabs Sleepycat (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Oracle has acquired open source database vendor Sleepycat Software, strengthening its hand in the embedded database market and proving true at least one of the rumors about its plans to buy open source companies.

'Trojan horse' bug at gate of Apple Computer's Macintosh (AFP)
Malicious "Trojan horse" software has been knocking on the doors of Macintosh computers in a rare, easy to deflect attack, US Internet security experts said.(AFP/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Malicious "Trojan horse" software has been knocking on the doors of Macintosh computers in a rare, easy to deflect attack, US Internet security experts said.


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Google operating without Internet license in China: report (AFP)
Chinese authorities are investigating US Internet giant Google for launching its local service without the proper license, state press reported.(AFP/File/Frederick Brown)AFP - Chinese authorities are investigating US Internet giant Google for launching its local service without the proper license, state press reported.


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'Trojan horse' bug at gate of Apple Computer's Macintosh (AFP)
Malicious "Trojan horse" software has been knocking on the doors of Macintosh computers in a rare, easy to deflect attack, US Internet security experts said.(AFP/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Malicious "Trojan horse" software has been knocking on the doors of Macintosh computers in a rare, easy to deflect attack, US Internet security experts said.


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Google has no license for China service: newspaper (Reuters)
A Chinese Internet user browses for information on the popular search engine Google in Beijing in this file photo taken September 13, 2002. Google Inc.'s controversial expansion into China now faces possible trouble with regulators after a Beijing newspaper said its new Chinese-language platform does not have a license. REUTERS/Andrew Wong/FileReuters - Internet search giant Google Inc.'s controversial expansion into China now faces possible trouble with regulators after a Beijing newspaper said its new Chinese-language platform does not have a license.


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EarthLink to Offer DirecTV, Dish Service (AP)
AP - EarthLink Inc. said Monday it will offer DirecTV and Dish Network satellite television service in bundled options in select markets across the United States.

EarthLink to Offer Service With DirecTV (AP)
AP - EarthLink Inc. said Monday it will offer DirecTV satellite television service in a bundled option in select markets across the United States.

Home Depot moves to expand online sales (Reuters)
Reuters - Home Depot Inc. is on a mission to give its stores endless aisles.

Teens at Risk on Web Sites, Experts Say (AP)
The homepage of MySpace.com, the online music and dating phenomenon that makes it easy for teens to find friends and express themselves. REUTERS/HandoutAP - On MySpace.com, teenagers can find kindred spirits who share their love of sports, their passion for photography or their crush on a Hollywood star. They can also find out where their online friends live, where they attend school, even what they look like.


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MySpace: Murdoch's big hope, parents' nightmare (Reuters)
The homepage of Myspace.com, the online music and dating phenomenon that makes it easy for teens to find friends and express themselves. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Rupert Murdoch saw a Web site with monster growth potential in MySpace.com, the online music and dating phenomenon that makes it easy for teens to find friends and express themselves.


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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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