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An Early Christmas '06 Lump Of Coal Cools Tech Stocks (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft's decision to delay the release of its latest Windows operating system for consumers by a couple of months sent a chill through the tech sector Wednesday.

Microsoft Boosts Xbox 360 Production (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is ramping up production of the Xbox 360, with plans to deliver two to three times the number of machines currently shipping to retail outlets each week.

Microsoft hit after Vista delay (AFP)
Microsoft employee Don Lionetti demonstrates the Windows Vista operating system in 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia. Microsoft shares suffered after the world's biggest software company said it had again delayed the consumer launch of its latest operating system, Vista.(AFP/Microsoft-HO/File/Erik S. Lessier)AFP - Microsoft came under attack from the stock market and industry watchers after the world's biggest software company again delayed the launch of its latest operating system, Vista.


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Some May Benefit From Windows Vista Delay (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp.'s delay in releasing the consumer version of its new Windows operating system is a blow to companies that make and sell computers, but perhaps good news for others in the electronics industry.

Microsoft Shares Drop on Windows Delay (AP)
In this Monday, Jan. 31, 2005 file photo, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates explains the connected home concept to an audience in Munich, Germany. The software giant announced on Tuesday, March 21, 2006 that it will delay the consumer release of its new Windows operating system until January 2007. (AP Photo/Uwe Lein)AP - Shares of Microsoft Corp. fell Wednesday after the software maker delayed the consumer release of its new operating system until January 2007, after the holiday shopping season.


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Microsoft delay may hurt retailers' holiday sales (Reuters)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s decision to delay the release of its much-anticipated Vista operating system until after this year's holiday shopping season could hurt consumer electronic and office supply retailers in the fourth quarter, an analyst said on Wednesday. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - The delayed release of Microsoft Corp.'s much-anticipated Vista operating system until after this year's holiday shopping season could hurt consumer electronics and office supply retailers, analysts said on Wednesday.


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In Brief: BEA boosts data access technology with Microsoft support (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - BEA Systems on Wednesday will announce the release of AquaLogic Data Services 2.1, for unifying data assets from disparate sources. Version 2.1 adds support for Microsoft's ADO.Net (Active Data Objects), enabling native access to this data. Previously, access required use of Web services.

Windows Head Out After Vista Delay (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft Office VP will take over Windows development, reports say.

Dow flirts with 5-year high as rate worry fades (Reuters)
Reuters - The Dow soared to its highest close in nearly 5 years on Wednesday, boosted by gains in shares of industrial companies like Caterpillar Inc. amid hopes that corporate profit growth would stay strong even if the Federal Reserve keeps raising interest rates a bit longer than expected.

Microsoft offers new concessions in EU standoff (AFP)
US software giant Microsoft has offered new concessions to appease European Union regulators' concerns that it is not complying with a 2004 anti-trust ruling.(Microsoft)AFP - US software giant Microsoft has offered new concessions to appease European Union regulators' concerns that it is not complying with a 2004 anti-trust ruling.


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EBay Plans Payments Using Cell Phones (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** The exterior of PayPal Inc. headquarters in downtown Mountain View, Calif., July 8, 2002. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Paypal, the online payment service owned by eBay Inc., has begun testing a new offering to allow people to make and receive payments using cell phones and other mobile devices.


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Study: Online News Popular on Broadband (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** A journalist looks at The Associated Press online Web site, Nov.12, 2004, at the Online News Association conference in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Americans with high-speed Internet connections at home are far more likely than dial-up users to go online for news, a new study finds.


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EU Seeks Expansion of Broadband Internet (AP)
AP - The European Union's executive office wants member nations to more aggressively get people online, saying only 13 percent of the bloc's 450 million people have broadband Internet access.

Brown to Develop Handwriting Software (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is working with Brown University to develop software that will recognize complex handwriting and gestures — beyond the basic handwriting such as signatures that credit card users write on an electronic pad.

Discovery Unveils Homework Help Web Site (AP)
AP - The broadcaster Discovery Communications Inc. wants to help kids with their homework by selling them access to an enhanced home version of the video encyclopedia network already used by thousands of schools.

PayPal offers text message payment service (Reuters)
Reuters - Online payment company PayPal is preparing to offer a service for consumers to make purchases or money transfers using simple text messaging via mobile phones, the company said on Wednesday.

Dell to buy Alienware in gaming computer expansion (Reuters)
Dell Inc. chairman Michael Dell gestures during a news conference at the newly open Dell Philippines customer contact centre in Manila in this March 21, 2006 file photo. The world's No. 1 PC maker said March 22 that it agreed to buy gaming-computer maker Alienware Corp., part of a push into the lucrative computer gaming market. (Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters)Reuters - Dell Inc. said on Wednesday it agreed to buy gaming-computer maker Alienware Corp., part of a push into the lucrative computer gaming market that could help the No. 1 PC maker boost profit.


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Review: Wi-Fi Calling Needs Development (AP)
UTStarcom F1000G, WiFi phone with monochrome LCD screen, is shown in Las Vegas on Wednesday, March 22, 2006.  Internet telephone company Vonage Holdings Corp., started selling the WiFi handset for $80. Competitor BroadVoice sells the same phone for $100. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Americans pay on average $50 per month for cell-phone service, yet there are free wireless hotspots in lots of places.


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Apache chairman: Days numbered for commercial software (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SANTA CLARA, CALIF. -- The days of selling software through the traditional commercial model are numbered, as open source is becoming the paradigm of choice, said Greg Stein, chairman of the Apache Software Foundation, at the EclipseCon 2006 conference on Wednesday.

Adobe 1Q Profit Declines on Acquisition (AP)
Adobe's Photoshop Elements is displayed at the end of a row at CompUSA June 14, 2005, in a Salt Lake City file photo.Adobe Systems Inc., which makes software such as Acrobat for creating digital documents, is expected to report first-quarter profit of 29 cents a share after the close of the market. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac, File)AP - Adobe Systems Inc., which makes software such as Acrobat for creating digital documents, said Wednesday its first-quarter profit fell 31 percent, due largely to expenses from its acquisition of Macromedia.


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PayPal offers text message payment service (Reuters)
Reuters - Online payment company PayPal is preparing to offer a service for consumers to make purchases or money transfers using simple text messaging via mobile phones, the company said on Wednesday.

EBay Plans Payments Using Cell Phones (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** The exterior of PayPal Inc. headquarters in downtown Mountain View, Calif., July 8, 2002. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Paypal, the online payment service owned by eBay Inc., has begun testing a new offering to allow people to make and receive payments using cell phones and other mobile devices.


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Sony to launch online service with PlayStation 3 (Reuters)
Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation 3 is displayed at a meeting in Tokyo July 21, 2005. Sony's top video game studio executive said on Wednesday that a new online service debuting with its PlayStation 3 console in early November will open up a world of new content for gamers. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp.'s top video game studio executive said on Wednesday that a new online service debuting with its PlayStation 3 console in early November will open up a world of new content for gamers as well as new revenue opportunities for the company.


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CBS Inks Deal to Appear in Supermarkets (AP)
AP - As TV viewing habits evolve, networks are constantly trying new ways to reach viewers, through the Internet, video iPods, and on-demand services from cable providers. Next up: the produce aisle.

Game Provider Adopts Arcade-Like Payment (AP)
AP - Remember how easy it was to spend a roll of quarters on arcade games? Soon, some online gamers will be able to similarly play "Bejeweled" or "Zuma" at 25 cents a pop.

Discovery Unveils Homework Help Web Site (AP)
AP - The broadcaster Discovery Communications Inc. wants to help kids with their homework by selling them access to an enhanced home version of the video encyclopedia network already used by thousands of schools.

EU Seeks Expansion of Broadband Internet (AP)
AP - The European Union's executive office wants member nations to more aggressively get people online, saying only 13 percent of the bloc's 450 million people have broadband Internet access.

Study: Online News Popular on Broadband (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** A journalist looks at The Associated Press online Web site, Nov.12, 2004, at the Online News Association conference in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Americans with high-speed Internet connections at home are far more likely than dial-up users to go online for news, a new study finds.


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French copyright law 'state-sponsored piracy': Apple (AFP)
A poster in Paris shows a miniaturized iPod called the "nano." French fans of online music face the traumatic loss of Apple Computer's popular iTunes store under a controversial new law, US industry observers warned.(AFP/File/Joel Saget)AFP - French fans of online music face the traumatic loss of Apple Computer's popular iTunes store under a controversial new law, US industry observers warned.


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Yahoo calls on customers to try its new phone service (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Internet giant Yahoo Tuesday launched a new way to get a local telephone number for just $2.99 a month. The calls have to be initiated from a PC, but can be made to traditional landline phones and cellphones. Yahoo customers can receive calls from those phones, as well.

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