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US technology firm Microsoft unveils new computer operating systems (AFP)
Don Lionetti demonstrates capabilities of Microsoft's next generation operating system, Windows Vista. US-based computer software giant Microsoft Corp. touted a new line-up of computer operating systems to become available later this year(AFP/Microsoft-HO/File)AFP - US-based computer software giant Microsoft Corp. touted a new line-up of computer operating systems to become available later this year.


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Microsoft Introduces Vista Lineup (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has unveiled its Windows Vista product portfolio, featuring six flavors of the forthcoming flagship desktop operating system for businesses and consumers.

Is Microsoft Planning a New Handheld Device? (PC World)
PC World - A Web site called Origami Project has led to speculation that Microsoft will announce a new device this week.

IBM and Novell Lead Challenge to Microsoft InfoCard (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - IBM and Novell are joining forces on an open-source security project that promises to deliver identity-management technologies that will compete directly with Microsoft's forthcoming InfoCard technology.

Microsoft Confirms Vista Editions (PC World)
PC World - Next version of Windows will be available in six editions, four aimed at consumers and two for business.

Microsoft to offer 6 versions of Windows Vista (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans six core offerings of its upcoming Windows Vista operating system, targeting how people use computers instead of PC hardware specifications, the company said on Monday.

Microsoft Plans New Windows Products (AP)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)AP - The most common consumer version of Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows operating system will include tools for things like recording and watching television, along with other functions aimed at using the PC for entertainment purposes.


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What's Inside the Six Windows Vista Releases? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft goes public on the features planned for its Vista variants, due to ship before the end of 2006. And, yes, there is a way around the volume-licensing requirement for Windows Vista Enterprise.

Origami: Microsoft's 'OrPod' Alternative to the iPod? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Will Microsoft do the unthinkable and field an all-in-one consumer/business ultra-portable, designed to take on Apple, Palm and maybe RIM, too?

Microsoft Vows to Fight S. Korean Decision (AP)
Microsoft's senior vice president Pieter Knook, seen here on right, and South Korean Information and Communication Minister Chin Dae-Je, center and walk past the front of the company's mobile laboratory in Seoul. US software giant Microsoft says it will appeal a ruling by South Korea's antitrust authorities that it remove popular software tools from its Windows operating systems(AFP/File/Yeon-je Jung)AP - Microsoft Corp. vowed Friday to appeal a decision by South Korea's antitrust regulators concluding the U.S. company had abused its market dominance and ordering it to offer alternative versions of Windows.


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No quick deal seen in RIM case (Reuters)
Maurice Luque, media services manager for the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, holds his BlackBerry in downtown San Diego February 24, 2006. REUTERS/Fred GreavesReuters - Hopes for a quick settlement between Research In Motion Ltd. and NTP Inc. appeared slim on Monday as the two sparred publicly, despite pressure from a court last week to end the standoff that has threatened to shut down RIM's U.S. BlackBerry service.


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Wireless iPod would make sense: Qualcomm CEO (Reuters)
Qualcomm Inc. Chief Executive Paul Jacobs is seen in an undated file photo. Jacobs said on Monday he believes it makes sense for Apple Computer Inc. to develop a wireless version of its popular iPod music player as cellphones are beginning to compete with portable music players. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Qualcomm Inc. Chief Executive Paul Jacobs said on Monday he believes it makes sense for Apple Computer Inc. to develop a wireless version of its popular iPod music player as cellphones are beginning to compete with portable music players.


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TiVo may give away set-top boxes-CEO (Reuters)
A screen shows Internet services available through an broadband-connected TiVo digital video recorder at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. TiVo Inc., the television recording technology company that is facing increasing competition, on Monday said it is considering giving away TiVo set-top boxes as part of plans to win subscribers. REUTERS/Steve MarcusReuters - TiVo Inc. , the television recording technology company that is facing increasing competition, on Monday said it is considering giving away TiVo set-top boxes as part of plans to win subscribers.


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Increasing Web attacks disrupt commerce (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Website attacks are increasing in frequency and ferocity, hammering DVD sales and disrupting online payment services. Called "distributed denial of service attacks" (DDOS), they bombard sites with so much data that legitimate traffic can't get through.

AOL Suits Seek $18M From `phishing' Rings (AP)
AP - America Online is taking advantage of a first-of-its-kind anti-"phishing" law in Virginia to sue three international groups that allegedly stole information from unsuspecting AOL users by sending e-mail that appeared to be legitimate messages from the company.

Qualcomm CEO reserved on Nokia's CDMA push (Reuters)
Reuters - Wireless technology firm Qualcomm Inc. will adopt a wait-and-see approach on whether the mobile phone joint venture between Nokia and Sanyo Electric will be a boon for the company's CDMA chips and technology, its Chief Executive Paul Jacobs said on Monday.

News Corp. rolls out new integrated mobile content base (AFP)
Media conglomerate News Corp. announced the US launch of a new product called Mobizzo to carry entertainment, games and music content on mobile telephones(News Corp.)AFP - Media conglomerate News Corp. announced the US launch of a new product called Mobizzo to carry entertainment, games and music content on mobile telephones.


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IBM and Novell Lead Challenge to Microsoft InfoCard (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - IBM and Novell are joining forces on an open-source security project that promises to deliver identity-management technologies that will compete directly with Microsoft's forthcoming InfoCard technology.

US technology firm Microsoft unveils new computer operating systems (AFP)
Don Lionetti demonstrates capabilities of Microsoft's next generation operating system, Windows Vista. US-based computer software giant Microsoft Corp. touted a new line-up of computer operating systems to become available later this year(AFP/Microsoft-HO/File)AFP - US-based computer software giant Microsoft Corp. touted a new line-up of computer operating systems to become available later this year.


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Google Desktop for the enterprise remains controversial (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Google has released a new beta version of its enterprise desktop search application that contains a controversial feature for searching across multiple computers.

AOL Suits Seek $18M From `phishing' Rings (AP)
AP - America Online is taking advantage of a first-of-its-kind anti-"phishing" law in Virginia to sue three international groups that allegedly stole information from unsuspecting AOL users by sending e-mail that appeared to be legitimate messages from the company.

Diverse Groups Team Up to Fight E-Mail Fee (AP)
AP - A variety of interest groups have joined forces to fight a proposed bulk e-mailing fee they claim strikes at the heart of online communication — a level playing field for rich and poor.

"Brokeback" named Hollywood word of the year (Reuters)
Reuters - And the winner for Hollywood's word of the year is "Brokeback," thanks to all the talk around the water cooler and Internet jokes that have turned a film about two gay cowboys into a cultural phenomenon.

SEC shuts down $50 mln Internet Ponzi scheme (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. regulators last week charged the owner of 12dailypro.com and her two companies with fraud for running a $50 million Ponzi scheme, according to a statement released on Monday.

Cartoon butler bows out as online search firm takes on Google (AFP)
The cartoon butler dubbed "Jeeves" that long served a pioneering US Internet search engine was retired as part of a bid to wrest market-share from industry giant Google.(Ask.com)AFP - The cartoon butler dubbed "Jeeves" that long served a pioneering US Internet search engine was retired as part of a bid to wrest market-share from industry giant Google.


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Bringing The Web And TV Together (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The race to marry TV with the Web has a new entrant: Veoh Networks, which is looking to combine a Napster-like peer-to-peer network with a viewing recommendation engine to create a limitless video universe with hyper-targeted advertising.

'Houston Chronicle' Links to Ex-Reporter's Blog That Got Him Fired (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK More than three years after the Houston Chronicle fired reporter Steve Olafson for writing a personal blog, and sparked an industry-wide debate over reporters' freedom of opinion that continues today, Olafson is back at the Chronicle--sort of.

Fidelity Web site scores with investors: Dalbar (Reuters)
Reuters - American investors who funnel billions of dollars into retirement and college savings accounts every year said Fidelity Investments is their favorite place to pick investments in cyberspace, a new report shows.

Omantel to focus on Internet for growth (Reuters)
Reuters - Oman Telecommunications Co. (Omantel) plans to boost growth by concentrating on Internet services for the wealthy Gulf state's young population, a senior company official said.

Cablevision posts 4th-qtr profit vs loss (Reuters)
Reuters - Cablevision Systems Corp. on Monday posted a quarterly profit, reversing a year-earlier loss, and reported better-than-expected subscriber growth in its video, high-speed Internet and digital phone services.

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