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Microsoft launches new Internet search engine (AFP)
Logo for Microsoft, at their Herndon, Virginia, office. US computer software powerhouse Microsoft unveiled a revved-up Internet search engine geared to challenge its online arch-rival Google.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - US computer software powerhouse Microsoft unveiled a revved-up Internet search engine geared to challenge its online arch-rival Google.


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Siemens Ties HiPath Call-Center Apps to Microsoft CRM (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Siemens Communications announced that its major contact-center systems will be integrated completely with Microsoft's Dynamics CRM software.

Microsoft Launches New Search Engine (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has launched the beta version of its latest search technology, called Windows Live Search. Features of the new search engine include a slider bar with which users can increase or reduce the level of information displayed in search results.

Microsoft Launches Revamped Search Engine (AP)
This image made from a computer screen shows the website of Windows Live Search. In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better. (AP Photo)AP - In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. is launching a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better.


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Microsoft's new search tool officially goes Live (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - In its latest bid to catch up with rivals Google and Yahoo, Microsoft is launching Windows Live Search, a revamped Internet search engine it says will help computer users find information faster, view it more easily and organize it better. It is the company's latest move to focus on Web services.

Microsoft tests revamped Windows Live search engine (Reuters)
The Microsoft booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Microsoft plans to start testing a revamped Web search engine on Tuesday that includes new features aimed at closing gaps with Google and Yahoo. REUTERS/Steve MarcusReuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to start testing a revamped Web search engine on Tuesday that includes new features aimed at closing gaps with Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc..


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Microsoft to Release Beta of Enhanced Search Engine (PC World)
PC World - Software giant to begin tests of Windows Live Search.

Microsoft debuts Web-to-PC clipboard (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. extended an olive branch to some of its harshest critics on Tuesday by proposing a way for Internet users to "cut and paste" live Web data across different sites, just as they can between computer programs.

Microsoft's Fingerprint Reader Hacked (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But the biometric device was not designed to provide massive security. Even the company calls it a tool of "convenience."

Microsoft's EU offer a "poisoned honeypot": rival (Reuters)
Lawyers talk behind a Microsoft sign in the European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, September 30, 2004. Microsoft Corp. has set out a 'poisoned honeypot' by offering to open source code in its antitrust case, a rival said in a confidential filing to the European Commission, which it opened on Tuesday. REUTERS/Francois LenoirReuters - Microsoft Corp. has set out a "poisoned honeypot" by offering to open source code in its antitrust case, a rival said in a confidential filing to the European Commission, which it opened on Tuesday.


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Google to Pay $90M in 'Click Fraud' Case (AP)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London in this August 13, 2004 file photo. Web search leader Google Inc. said on Wednesday it had agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a class action lawsuit over advertising fraud by outside parties on its site, in a bid to put the controversy behind it. REUTERS/Stephen Hird/FilesAP - Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as "click fraud."


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Google Inadvertently Leaks Storage Plan (AP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Google Inc. apparently hopes to persuade computer users to entrust all their digital data with the online search engine leader, even though the company is having trouble controlling its own internal communications.


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Web Site Courts Fans Looking to Swap CDs (AP)
A man looks at a computer screen displaying music playing software. An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.  "La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with a promise to open it to the public soon(AFP/File/Valery Hache)AP - The firm behind a new music Web site is hoping to lure fans looking to swap their used, album-length CDs for the price it typically costs to buy a digital single.


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Game Teaches Journalism Students Skills (AP)
AP - To teach fact-finding skills, professors at the University of Minnesota have turned the fantasy computer game "Neverwinter Nights" into a tool for journalism students. Instead of slaying monsters and gathering gold, the players tackle sources and gather information.

Online Gaming Subscriptions Rise in 2005 (AP)
AP - Worldwide online game subscription revenue grew 43 percent to $2 billion in 2005, according to a video gaming market research firm.

Google offers 90 million dollars to end 'click fraud' lawsuit (AFP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."


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Review: Apple's MacBook Pro Is Fast Laptop (AP)
Close up view of the new Apple Computer Inc. MacBook Pro laptop at the MacWorld conference in a San Francisco file photo from Jan. 10, 2006. Apple Computer Inc.'s notebooks have always been highly regarded for their thoughtful design and leading-edge features. But when it came to overall performance, they recently have been lagging behind competitors that run on Intel Corp. chips.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Apple Computer Inc.'s notebooks have long been highly regarded for their thoughtful designs and leading-edge features. But when it comes to performance, recent models have been lagging behind competitors that run Intel Corp.'s chips.


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Cingular and Rabble to link young cellphone users (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, is aiming to extend the increasing popularity of online communities to cellphones with Rabble, a service aimed at connecting like-minded young people, the companies said on Thursday.

Mozilla Confirms Firefox Taking In Millions Of Google Dollars (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla confirms it is taking in millions of dollars from the Firefox browser, primarily through Google's search box, but declined to give an exact figure.

Review: WordPerfect Office X3 Standard (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The latest version of Corel's WordPerfect, included in the WordPerfect Office X3 suite, sets an entirely new standard for excellence in word processors.

Google offers 90 million dollars to end 'click fraud' lawsuit (AFP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AFP - Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."


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S.Korea aims to cool Internet rage attacks (Reuters)
Reuters - Dog poop girl is infamous in South Korea.

Google to Pay $90M in 'Click Fraud' Case (AP)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London in this August 13, 2004 file photo. Web search leader Google Inc. said on Wednesday it had agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a class action lawsuit over advertising fraud by outside parties on its site, in a bid to put the controversy behind it. REUTERS/Stephen Hird/FilesAP - Google Inc. has agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader overcharged thousands of advertisers who paid for bogus sales referrals generated through a ruse known as "click fraud."


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Cingular and Rabble to link young cellphone users (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, is aiming to extend the increasing popularity of online communities to cellphones with Rabble, a service aimed at connecting like-minded young people, the companies said on Thursday.

Google agrees to pay $90 mln in "click fraud" suit (Reuters)
An internet surfer views the Google home page at a cafe in London in this August 13, 2004 file photo. Web search leader Google Inc. said on Wednesday it had agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle a class action lawsuit over advertising fraud by outside parties on its site, in a bid to put the controversy behind it. REUTERS/Stephen Hird/FilesReuters - Google Inc. said on Wednesday it had agreed to pay up to $90 million to settle its part of an industrywide lawsuit alleging Web search companies overcharge some advertisers by billing them for false customer leads.


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China blogs reappear a day after closure (Reuters)
A Chinese girl looks at a computer screen while having her lunch at an internet cafe in Shanghai February 15, 2006. REUTERS/Aly SongReuters - Two of China's most adventurous Web logs reappeared on Thursday, a day after apparently being shut down by government censors.


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Apple iTunes in monthly deal with Comedy Central (Reuters)
The Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, November 25, 2005. Apple iTunes music and video store on Wednesday took its first step toward a monthly subscription model with a new service called Multi-Pass that lets users buy TV shows on a monthly basis. REUTERS/John GressReuters - Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes online music and video store on Wednesday launched a new service called Multi-Pass that lets users buy downloads of television shows on a monthly basis.


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Google Inadvertently Leaks Storage Plan (AP)
Internet search engine leader Google said it had offered up to 90 million dollars to settle a lawsuit by advertisers who accuse it of overbilling them through "click fraud."(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Google Inc. apparently hopes to persuade computer users to entrust all their digital data with the online search engine leader, even though the company is having trouble controlling its own internal communications.


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Web Site Courts Fans Looking to Swap CDs (AP)
A man looks at a computer screen displaying music playing software. An online song co-op that claims to be the world's most diverse music store went live on the Internet from its US headquarters.  "La la" launched a beta-version website at lala.com with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at a dollar a piece. Membership was by invitation only, with a promise to open it to the public soon(AFP/File/Valery Hache)AP - The firm behind a new music Web site is hoping to lure fans looking to swap their used, album-length CDs for the price it typically costs to buy a digital single.


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Online Gaming Subscriptions Rise in 2005 (AP)
AP - Worldwide online game subscription revenue grew 43 percent to $2 billion in 2005, according to a video gaming market research firm.

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