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Microsoft Seeks Partners for Push into Design Tools (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft says its foray into the design space with its Expression family of products is a perfect opportunity for ISV and service partners to help the software giant gain a foothold in a new arena.

Microsoft Still Gunning to Launch Vista and Office 2007 Together (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Update: Microsoft's plan of record remains to launch its two biggest cash cows on the same day in January 2007, company officials are telling software and hardware partners.

Microsoft Has Come a Long Way with IIS (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Opinion: Windows Web servers aren't the pushovers they used to be, and the next generation should make them even more secure.

Microsoft's Vista, Office delays complicate partner plans (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Partner pricing deals, cash incentives key for success in new markets

Microsoft, Apple Reworking MP3 Player Market? (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - SAN FRANCISCO (Billboard) - If the rampant speculation over the digital music plans of Microsoft and Apple Computer are to be believed, the digital music landscape is about to change radically in the very near future.

Microsoft software to improve India's cricket umpires (AFP)
Indian umpire Avi Jayaprakash. India's cricket chiefs are negotiating with Microsoft for new software aimed at raising umpiring standards in the country.(AFP/File/Indranil Mukherjee)AFP - India's cricket chiefs are negotiating with Microsoft for new software aimed at raising umpiring standards in the country, an official said.


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Microsoft Touts Tool Against Blog Spam (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Anyone with a blog or Web site can attest to the fact that spam has increasingly become the bane of the blogosphere and search engines. As a result, researchers at Microsoft Labs have developed a tool to seek out and stymie the efforts of the spammers.

Microsoft Developing Wireless Keyboard for Vista, Windows Live (PC World)
PC World - Backlit keyboard provides easier access to Windows Live services and Windows Vista features.

Microsoft Extends Ancient PCs' Lives (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft rolls out thin-client software that turns older PCs into cousins of ones running Windows XP SP2.

Microsoft Kills Off 'My Private Folder' App (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Don't get used to using Microsoft Private Folder 1.0. As of 2:30 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, it no longer exists.

Intel to debut powerful new chip (Reuters)
An advertisement for Intel's microprocessors in Seoul, Feburary 10, 2006. Intel is set to introduce a long-delayed chip for high-end computers on Tuesday, hoping to breathe life into a product line that has lagged expectations despite billions of dollars of investment. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - Intel Corp. is set to introduce a long-delayed chip for high-end computers on Tuesday, hoping to breathe life into a product line that has lagged expectations despite billions of dollars of investment.


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Scanner helps Ind. police find stolen cars (AP)
AP - Lawrence police officers are using a new scanning device that can quickly identify stolen cars. The system has helped the department recover 21 stolen cars in seven weeks. It uses two cameras attached to a squad car that scans license plates and compares them in less than a second to a nationwide FBI database of reported stolen vehicles.

Yahoo invites its users to shoot ads (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Yahoo first encouraged consumers to create blogs and photo pages with text and pictures. Now, the Internet portal wants them to make advertisements, too. On Monday, Yahoo touts a new look for its front page by asking people to pull out the video camera, open up the editing software and create 12-second spot for Yahoo.

Malware Now a Group Effort (PC World)
PC World - McAfee says hackers are learning from open-source developers.

HP Labs touts tiny wireless chip (Reuters)
A man walks past the Hewlett-Packard logo at its French headquarters in Issy le Moulineaux, Paris, September 16, 2005. Researchers at Hewlett-Packard Co. have developed a tiny wireless data chip that can store up to 100 pages of text and could ultimately be used in a variety of consumer and commercial applications, HP said late on Sunday. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Researchers at Hewlett-Packard Co. have developed a tiny wireless data chip that can store up to 100 pages of text and could ultimately be used in a variety of consumer and commercial applications, HP said late on Sunday.


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Movielink licenses DVD-burning tools (AP)
AP - Movielink LLC has licensed technology that allows the online movie service's customers to transfer downloaded films to DVDs for playback on standard DVD players.

AOL Offers PC Protection Package (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet portal AOL hopes to assuage the fears of its customers and other PC users facing a broad array of cyber threats and other technical problems with a combination security/computer troubleshooting service being launched today in a beta version.

Intel Haifa staff tap away in WiFi bomb shelters (Reuters)
Reuters - Staff at Intel Corp's Haifa research center have been forced into bomb shelters as Hizbollah rockets rained on the northern Israeli city, but they are still working, thanks to wireless connections underground.

Notes on Linux: One small step (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Officially, a version of IBM’s Lotus Notes client for Linux wasn’t supposed to arrive until sometime in 2007 with the planned next release of the Notes platform. But IBM surprised customers last week with a Linux version of Lotus Notes 7, as much as a year ahead of schedule.

Microsoft Seeks Partners for Push into Design Tools (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Microsoft says its foray into the design space with its Expression family of products is a perfect opportunity for ISV and service partners to help the software giant gain a foothold in a new arena.

Movielink licenses DVD-burning tools (AP)
AP - Movielink LLC has licensed technology that allows the online movie service's customers to transfer downloaded films to DVDs for playback on standard DVD players.

Online age verification may prove complex (AP)
A screenshot of MySpace.com, taken on June 20, 2006. MySpace.com, the top online teen hangout, said on Tuesday it will bolster protection for minors amid a flurry of complaints about sexual predators prowling the site and a lawsuit filed on Monday by a teenage girl charging it with negligent security practices. (Handout/Reuters)AP - At MySpace.com and many other popular online hangouts, a 30-something woman can celebrate her Sweet 16 over and over with just a click of the mouse. A 12-year-old can quickly mature to meet the sites' minimum age requirements, generally 14, while an adult looking to chat with teens can virtually shed several years.


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AOL Offers PC Protection Package (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Internet portal AOL hopes to assuage the fears of its customers and other PC users facing a broad array of cyber threats and other technical problems with a combination security/computer troubleshooting service being launched today in a beta version.

Report: Chinese Clone Cracks Skype (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A research group in China has reportedly developed a third-party application that allows users to communicate with Skype Voice-over-Internet (VoIP) phone calls.

Avril Lavigne marries Sum 41 frontman (AP)
Singer Avril Lavigne performs during a media call, Friday, Aug. 13, 2004, in Taipei, Taiwan. Punk-pop princess Avril Lavigne has married a fellow Canadian singer-songwriter, according to published reports. Lavrigne married Deryck Whibley, the guitarist and front man for the band Sum 41, on Saturday, July 15, 2006 at a private estate near Santa Barbara, People magazine reported on its Web site. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)AP - Avril Lavigne has married a fellow Canadian musician.


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Yahoo to launch new finance features (AP)
Yahoo Inc. co-founder Jerry Yang heads out on a break, Friday, July 14, 2006, at the annual Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)AP - Yahoo Inc. is beefing up the finance section of its Web site with more interactive stock charts and other features to help it maintain its longtime lead over rival financial information sites.


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Yahoo invites its users to shoot ads (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Yahoo first encouraged consumers to create blogs and photo pages with text and pictures. Now, the Internet portal wants them to make advertisements, too. On Monday, Yahoo touts a new look for its front page by asking people to pull out the video camera, open up the editing software and create 12-second spot for Yahoo.

Intel to debut powerful new chip (Reuters)
An advertisement for Intel's microprocessors in Seoul, Feburary 10, 2006. Intel is set to introduce a long-delayed chip for high-end computers on Tuesday, hoping to breathe life into a product line that has lagged expectations despite billions of dollars of investment. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)Reuters - Intel Corp. is set to introduce a long-delayed chip for high-end computers on Tuesday, hoping to breathe life into a product line that has lagged expectations despite billions of dollars of investment.


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FeedBurner buys BlogBeat, expanding blog analysis (Reuters)
A screenshot of BlogBeat.net, taken on July 17, 2006. FeedBurner.com, which syndicates Web postings for 200,000 publishers, said it has acquired blog analytics company BlogBeat.net for undisclosed terms. (BlogBeat.net/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - FeedBurner.com, which syndicates Web postings for 200,000 publishers, said it has acquired blog analytics company BlogBeat.net for undisclosed terms.


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Bartering Blogger Turns Paper Clip Into a Home (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - It's official. One red paper clip plus the Internet equals a house in Saskatchewan.

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