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Microsoft to offer free parental Web monitoring (Reuters)
The Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles, September 13, 2005. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it plans to include a free service to help parents control and monitor what their children are doing online in its upcoming Windows Live offering of Web services. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it plans to include a free service to help parents control and monitor what their children are doing online in its upcoming Windows Live offering of Web services.


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Microsoft Reportedly Ready To Launch Windows Live Video (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is reportedly a month away from launching a Windows Live Video service where content could be bought and sold much like what's available now through Google.

Analyst, End-Users Chide Microsoft Over Windows Live OneCare Updates (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Not everyone is happy with updates Microsoft issued for its OneCare security service. In fact, some are cautioning others to steer clear.

Outgoing EU consultancy wants to help on Microsoft (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates is seen in front of the Microsoft logo in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. A consultancy retained by the European Commission in the Microsoft antitrust case believes it can help break an impasse to avoid a large fine against the firm, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingReuters - A consultancy retained by the European Commission in the Microsoft antitrust case believes it can help break an impasse to avoid a large fine against the firm, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday.


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Microsoft takes on Yahoo, Google for Web ad dollars (Reuters)
File photo shows an internet surfer viewing the Google home page at a cafe in London. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - Microsoft Corp.'s top saleswoman for Web advertising, Joanne Bradford, spent her first few years on the job secretly wondering if the software giant was serious about cashing in on the Internet.


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Gates On Ozzie: He's Always Been With Us (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Bill Gates said Ray Ozzie, who is charged with reinvigorating the software colossus' technology, is fitting in very well at Microsoft, according to The Boston Globe.

Microsoft Takes On Yahoo, Google For Web Ad Dollars (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft plans to overhaul its Web presence--consolidating E-mail, instant messaging, online PC security, and search at its Windows Live site, along with new offerings like an online marketplace--to increase traffic and create valuable space for advertisers.

VoIP buddies: Cisco, Citrix, and Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - For better or worse, voice has escaped the telephone and is weaving its way into the fabric of enterprise applications. According to Gartner, by 2010, 80 percent of companies will have integrated voice and messaging into some business applications or processes.

Microsoft's Unveils Its Origami Ultra Mobile PC (TechWeb)
TechWeb - But the new Tablet PC running Windows XP is less than revolutionary.

Microsoft collaboration server to ship this month (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft's impending delivery of its Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server is the culmination of seven years of planning the company's entrance into the ALM (application lifecycle management) space.

ISO Votes Down China Encryption System (AP)
Taipei residents log onto the Internet using wireless laptops in an undated file photo. REUTERS/Richard ChungAP - Promoters of China's controversial wireless encryption system on Tuesday accused backers of a rival American system of "dirty tricks" after the world industrial standards group rejected the Chinese system for global use.


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TiVo to Offer KidZone Feature (AP)
AP - Thanks to digital video recorders, a new generation of children will grow up accustomed to getting television when they want it. Now, TiVo Inc. is making it easier for parents to make sure at least some of those shows are educational.

Google Launches Interactive Map of Mars (AP)
This is an artist's concept released June 3, 2005 by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory showing the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during its Mars Orbit Insertion process. The NASA spacecraft successfully slipped into orbit around Mars Friday, joining a trio of orbiters already circling the Red Planet after a critical firing of its engines. (AP Photo/NASA)AP - First there was Google Earth, then Google Moon. On Monday, Google Inc. expanded its galactic reach by launching Google Mars, a Web browser-based mapping tool that gives users an up-close, interactive view of the Red Planet with the click of a mouse.


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U.S., Google Set to Face Off in Court (AP)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Google wants to partner with publishers in the United States and United Kingdom to sell online access to their books, the company said on its Web site on Monday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - The Bush administration will renew its effort to find out what people have been looking for on Google Inc.'s Internet-leading search engine, continuing a legal showdown over how much of the Web's vast databases should be shared with the government.


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Alienware Racks Up Gamers, and Millions (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** The co-founders of Miami-based Alienware Corp., Alex Aguila, left, and Nelson Gonzalez pose in their facillity Feb. 24, 2006, in Miami. Alienware is widely acclaimed by gamers and on track to hit $225 million in sales, up from $172 million last year. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)AP - Just a few months after cleaning out his bank account and quitting his job to help start up a childhood friend's new computer company, Alex Aguila sat alone in the fledgling firm's office and began to have some second thoughts.


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USA Network casts viewers for new site (Reuters)
Reuters - USA Network is creating its own social-networking headquarters with http://www.ShowUsYourCharacter.com, an online community where viewers not only can chat about the network's quirky TV personalities like "Monk" but also rival them with their own chance to be coined America's most unique character.

PS3 details eyed as Sony opens meeting (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) said on Tuesday it will allow the media and analysts to attend an annual meeting for third-party software developers of its PlayStation video game, prompting questions on whether it will give details on the launch of its next-generation console.

'Adapt to new technology or die,' Murdoch tells newspapers (AFP)
The newspaper industry needs to embrace the technological revolution of the Internet, MP3 players, laptops and mobile phones or face extinction, media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, pictured January 2006, said.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Evan Agostini)AFP - The newspaper industry needs to embrace the technological revolution of the Internet, MP3 players, laptops and mobile phones or face extinction, media tycoon Rupert Murdoch said.


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Novell to ship improved Linux desktop this summer (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With Linux attracting a worldwide audience of customers who prefer the open source paradigm to closed operating systems, CeBit -- the world’s largest international trade show -- was the perfect venue for Novell this week to announce its latest version of Linux for the desktop. Renamed Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop, this combination desktop OS and productivity suite is expected to ship by the third quarter.

Agile programming has fallen short, conference told (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Agile software development, which aims to offer a much quicker style of delivering software than traditional methods, has not yet met its promise, Steve McConnell, author and chief software engineer at Construx Software Builders, told the the SD West 2006 conference in Santa Clara, Calif., on Monday.

USA Network casts viewers for new site (Reuters)
Reuters - USA Network is creating its own social-networking headquarters with http://www.ShowUsYourCharacter.com, an online community where viewers not only can chat about the network's quirky TV personalities like "Monk" but also rival them with their own chance to be coined America's most unique character.

China's Wen urges media and Internet to exercise 'self-discipline' (AFP)
Internet on laptop computers inside the Great Hall of the People. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has cautioned the nation's Internet industry to exercise "self-discipline" and "self-management"(AFP/File/Frederic J.Brown)AFP - Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has cautioned operators of the Internet and other media to exercise restraint, saying the national interest comes before freedom of speech.


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Microsoft to offer free parental Web monitoring (Reuters)
The Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles, September 13, 2005. Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it plans to include a free service to help parents control and monitor what their children are doing online in its upcoming Windows Live offering of Web services. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it plans to include a free service to help parents control and monitor what their children are doing online in its upcoming Windows Live offering of Web services.


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Google wants to sell online access to books (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. wants to partner with publishers in the United States and United Kingdom to sell online access to their books, the company said on its Web site on Monday.

Google To Offer Online Access To Books (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google plans to let people buy online versions of books, but only make them available for reading through a browser.

U.S., Google Set to Face Off in Court (AP)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Google wants to partner with publishers in the United States and United Kingdom to sell online access to their books, the company said on its Web site on Monday. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - The Bush administration will renew its effort to find out what people have been looking for on Google Inc.'s Internet-leading search engine, continuing a legal showdown over how much of the Web's vast databases should be shared with the government.


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Google Launches Interactive Map of Mars (AP)
This is an artist's concept released June 3, 2005 by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory showing the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during its Mars Orbit Insertion process. The NASA spacecraft successfully slipped into orbit around Mars Friday, joining a trio of orbiters already circling the Red Planet after a critical firing of its engines. (AP Photo/NASA)AP - First there was Google Earth, then Google Moon. On Monday, Google Inc. expanded its galactic reach by launching Google Mars, a Web browser-based mapping tool that gives users an up-close, interactive view of the Red Planet with the click of a mouse.


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CeBIT: No Mobile VoIP Without High-speed Uplink (PC World)
PC World - Don't look for Internet telephony on your cell before 2007.

AOL Delays Katrina Documentary (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online was forced to delay the launch of a film documentary on the plight of Hurricane Katrina victims because of technical problems.

Saudi detains Islamist after Internet article (Reuters)
Reuters - Saudi Arabia has detained a prominent Saudi preacher who wrote an Internet article criticizing the ruling family's advisers, colleagues said on Monday.

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