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ThinkFree Office Clone Seeks Opportunity From Dissatisfied Microsoft Office Users (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ThinkFree, which is reportedly an acquisition target for Google, is banking that Microsoft Office users will be dissatisfied with the new version, and will turn to ThinkFree's online clone of previous Office versions instead.

Open-Source Group Razzes Microsoft With 'BadVista.org' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Free Software Foundation Web site tries to draw attention to perceived weaknesses of Vista and encourages users to consider alternatives.

Microsoft To Reissue Scratched Mac Office Update (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft's Mac development group urged users who had installed an inadvertently-posted bug fix last week to download the new update.

Microsoft Offers Free Trial Of Office 2007 Enterprise (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The corporate edition of the new productivity suite is available for a try-out by developers and IT professionals for 60 days.

Southern Indian state takes on Microsoft (AFP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061217/tc_afp/indiaitsoftwarelinux"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20061217/capt.sge.bit27.171206233759.photo00.photo.default-512x323.jpg?x=130&y=82&sig=kTyFsF8bPGaOLmHkqDgByA--" align="left" height="82" width="130" alt="The logo for Microsoft at their office in Herndon, Virginia. The communist-run Indian state of Kerala has begun another battle against multinationals, backing the Linux computer operating system over market-leading Microsoft Windows.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)" border="0" /></a>AFP - The communist-run Indian state of Kerala has begun another battle against multinationals, backing the Linux computer operating system over market-leading Microsoft Windows.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft, Epic Sell 2 Million 'Gears Of War' Video Games In Six Weeks (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The game also was the hottest selling video game in the United States in November.

Microsoft says "Gears of War" sales top 2 million (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/microsoft/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061215/tc_nm/microsoft_videogame_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20061215/2006_12_14t184523_450x324_us_videogames_npd.jpg?x=130&y=93&sig=AAbxS.1mrk0Rum3OIh.yrA--" align="left" height="93" width="130" alt="Cheyenne Pesko plays the Xbox 360 game 'Gears of War' at the game's launch party at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles October 25, 2006. Microsoft Corp.'s gory 'Gears of War' video game, where soldiers slay alien invaders with chainsaw-mounted rifles, topped U.S. sales charts in November, market research firm NPD said on Thursday. (Max Morse/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - There is gold in gory video games.</p><br clear="all"/>

Microsoft Patches Windows XP Wireless, Tells No One (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The patch is designed to make surfing public wireless hotspots safer by reducing the chance of &quot;man-in-the-middle&quot; attacks.

Microsoft Patches IE 7 Phishing Filter To Boost Speed (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft says IE 7 users may see their PCs bog down as the filter evaluates multi-frame pages for fraud indicators.

Google's Holiday Wish May Come True: An Online Clone Of Microsoft Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A Google team has visited the Korean company that makes ThinkFree Office, a clone of Microsoft Office, for acquisition talks twice in recent days, according to Korean press reports.

Imbalance in Net speeds impedes sharing (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061219/ap_on_hi_te/ye_internet_imbalance"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20061218/capt.nybz69312181531.ye_internet_imbalance_nybz693.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=S42RQ55TPL.BEev0fDe.9g--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="Jay Glatfelter explains, Friday Dec. 1, 2006, how he produces two 'Lost' podcasts a week from his bedroom/studio at their home in Raleigh, N.C. Glatfelter, co-host of an online audio show about 'Lost,' must wait about 40 minutes to finish transmitting his program. (AP Photo/Karen Tam)" border="0" /></a>AP - Blame the Internet's legacy systems if Jay Glatfelter falls asleep Thursday mornings. Co-host of an online audio show about "Lost," Glatfelter must wait about 40 minutes to finish posting his program to the Internet in the hours after ABC's Wednesday night broadcast. If he were downloading it as his listeners do, the same file would take only a few minutes over a cable modem.</p><br clear="all"/>

Net imbalance stem from tech constraints (AP)
AP - For years, the Internet's technical constraints went hand-in-hand with the realities of Internet usage. At first, most people viewed Web pages but did little to create or change them. Web journals, photo sites and video sharing didn't come until later. Even when users had a need to send information &#151; an e-mail here, a shopping transaction there &#151; the amount of data was small.

Google, NASA finalize imagery, info deal (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061219/ap_on_hi_te/google_nasa"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20061218/capt.caps10512182110.google_nasa_caps105.jpg?x=130&y=88&sig=M4naE_.Va3v00N.WiB5XdQ--" align="left" height="88" width="130" alt="NASA Ames Research Center director of strategic business development, Chris Kemp, poses with a poster of Mars in 1996, left, and the moon and earth in 1968, right, at NASA in Mountain View, Calif., Monday, Dec. 18, 2006. Google Inc. and NASA Ames Research Center said Monday that they have finalized an agreement to deliver more of the space agency's imagery and information through the Internet's leading search engine. Under the arrangement, Ames will feed Google with its weather forecasting information, three-dimensional maps of the moon and Mars, and real-time tracking of the International Space Station and space shuttle flights so the pictures and data are available to anyone with an Internet connection. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)" border="0" /></a>AP - Google Inc. and NASA Ames Research Center said Monday that they have finalized an agreement to deliver more of the space agency's imagery and information through the Internet's leading search engine.</p><br clear="all"/>

Intel, partners to make electronic Quran (AP)
AP - Intel Corp., the world's largest computer chip maker, has partnered with two Saudi Arabian software companies to develop an electronic version of Islam's holy book and a training computer for teachers packed with the government-approved curriculum for schoolchildren.

Mywaves lets users set up video lineups (AP)
AP - A new startup hopes to draw cell phone users with a service that allows them to design channel lineups for watching videos on their phones.

NASA and Google bring space exploration to the Internet (AFP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/tech/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061219/tc_afp/afplifestyleusspaceinternetcompanygoogle"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20061219/capt.sge.bsa43.191206064854.photo00.photo.default-512x341.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=jIC0NyCp93Gloi_TlZynhw--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="Google at the headquarters in Mountain View. Google and US space agency NASA announced an alliance to solve cosmic computing problems and channel information from space around the world via the Internet(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)" border="0" /></a>AFP - Google and US space agency NASA announced an alliance to solve cosmic computing problems and channel information from space around the world via the Internet.</p><br clear="all"/>

Sharp starts blue laser diode production (Reuters)
Reuters - Japanese consumer electronics maker Sharp Corp. (6753.T) said on Tuesday it has started the commercial production of blue laser diodes, taking aim at a market with strong growth potential.

Cingular Takes MySpace Mobile (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Cingular Wireless has made a connection with social-networking kingpin MySpace to allow MySpace users to update their online profiles through compatible Cingular phones.

Open-Source Group Razzes Microsoft With 'BadVista.org' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Free Software Foundation Web site tries to draw attention to perceived weaknesses of Vista and encourages users to consider alternatives.

ThinkFree Office Clone Seeks Opportunity From Dissatisfied Microsoft Office Users (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ThinkFree, which is reportedly an acquisition target for Google, is banking that Microsoft Office users will be dissatisfied with the new version, and will turn to ThinkFree's online clone of previous Office versions instead.

New fiber optic cable to boost US-China Internet traffic (AFP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061219/tc_afp/chinausskoreataiwantelecomverizoncompany"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20061219/capt.sge.bro67.191206044027.photo00.photo.default-396x512.jpg?x=100&y=130&sig=NrZIUuLL1rUhPGJS59I.xw--" align="left" height="130" width="100" alt="Workers pass by the Verizon building in New York City. A new 500-million-dollar fiber optic cable between China and the United States will be vital in helping to meet booming Internet traffic between the two nations, state press has reported. US telecom giant Verizon Communications announced Monday it would build the cable in a joint project with firms from China, South Korea and Taiwan.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Stephen Chernin)" border="0" /></a>AFP - A new 500-million-dollar fiber optic cable between China and the United States will be vital in helping to meet booming Internet traffic between the two nations, state press has reported.</p><br clear="all"/>

Google, NASA finalize imagery, info deal (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061219/ap_on_hi_te/google_nasa"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20061218/capt.caps10512182110.google_nasa_caps105.jpg?x=130&y=88&sig=M4naE_.Va3v00N.WiB5XdQ--" align="left" height="88" width="130" alt="NASA Ames Research Center director of strategic business development, Chris Kemp, poses with a poster of Mars in 1996, left, and the moon and earth in 1968, right, at NASA in Mountain View, Calif., Monday, Dec. 18, 2006. Google Inc. and NASA Ames Research Center said Monday that they have finalized an agreement to deliver more of the space agency's imagery and information through the Internet's leading search engine. Under the arrangement, Ames will feed Google with its weather forecasting information, three-dimensional maps of the moon and Mars, and real-time tracking of the International Space Station and space shuttle flights so the pictures and data are available to anyone with an Internet connection. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)" border="0" /></a>AP - Google Inc. and NASA Ames Research Center said Monday that they have finalized an agreement to deliver more of the space agency's imagery and information through the Internet's leading search engine.</p><br clear="all"/>

ThinkFree Office Clone Seeks Opportunity From Dissatisfied Microsoft Office Users (TechWeb)
TechWeb - ThinkFree, which is reportedly an acquisition target for Google, is banking that Microsoft Office users will be dissatisfied with the new version, and will turn to ThinkFree's online clone of previous Office versions instead.

Net imbalance stem from tech constraints (AP)
AP - For years, the Internet's technical constraints went hand-in-hand with the realities of Internet usage. At first, most people viewed Web pages but did little to create or change them. Web journals, photo sites and video sharing didn't come until later. Even when users had a need to send information &#151; an e-mail here, a shopping transaction there &#151; the amount of data was small.

Imbalance in Net speeds impedes sharing (AP)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061219/ap_on_hi_te/ye_internet_imbalance"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20061218/capt.nybz69312181531.ye_internet_imbalance_nybz693.jpg?x=130&y=86&sig=S42RQ55TPL.BEev0fDe.9g--" align="left" height="86" width="130" alt="Jay Glatfelter explains, Friday Dec. 1, 2006, how he produces two 'Lost' podcasts a week from his bedroom/studio at their home in Raleigh, N.C. Glatfelter, co-host of an online audio show about 'Lost,' must wait about 40 minutes to finish transmitting his program. (AP Photo/Karen Tam)" border="0" /></a>AP - Blame the Internet's legacy systems if Jay Glatfelter falls asleep Thursday mornings. Co-host of an online audio show about "Lost," Glatfelter must wait about 40 minutes to finish posting his program to the Internet in the hours after ABC's Wednesday night broadcast. If he were downloading it as his listeners do, the same file would take only a few minutes over a cable modem.</p><br clear="all"/>

Led Zeppelin, Doors members sue concert video site (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061219/wr_nm/rock_lawsuit_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20061219/2006_12_18t205211_450x331_us_rock_lawsuit.jpg?x=130&y=95&sig=ucjwMu9O.KmeyguZeXtabw--" align="left" height="95" width="130" alt="File photo shows Grammy Award-winning musician and Latin-rock guitarist Carlos Santana films with a camera during a stroll in Montreux before his 'Dance To The Beat Of My Drum' show at the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival late July 9, 2006. Santana is among some of rock 'n' roll's biggest names who have teamed up to sue the owner of a Wb site that specializes in streaming rare concert recordings. (ARC/Dominic Favre/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Some of rock 'n' roll's biggest names have teamed up to sue the owner of a Web site that specializes in streaming rare concert recordings.</p><br clear="all"/>

Verizon, partners to build US-China optical cable (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061219/wr_nm/verizon_china_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20061219/2006_12_18t094739_450x340_us_verizon_china.jpg?x=130&y=98&sig=rEuVLQhOfLUibvJjvVzygQ--" align="left" height="98" width="130" alt="The Verizon Communications headquarters in New York in a file photo. Verizon said on Monday it and five Asian telecom companies will build a $500 million undersea optical cable linking the United States and China to boost communications capacity by more than 60 times. (Peter Morgan/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Verizon Communications Inc. and five Asian partners plan to build an underwater optical cable between the United States and China to meet rising demand for high-speed Internet access.</p><br clear="all"/>

Veteran Political Reporters Discuss New Technology -- And How It's Changed Their Work -- Since 1970s (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK In the final stretch of the 2006 midterm elections, famed reporter Tom Edsall started his day with a virtual information overload reading no less than 10 blogs to keep abreast of the 24-hour coverage of Senate and House races across the nation. It's as if he's been doing it for all 65 years of his life instead of for the first time. In reality, neither he nor anyone else in politics had even heard of a blog during the last midterm election and since then, it's hard for many reporters to remember the time when they were considerably less connected.

UPDATE: Jamil Hussein, Disputed AP Source, Lost, 'Found,' Lost Again (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Has the mysterious and much-disputed Associated Press source in Iraq, a police captain named Jamil Hussein -- finally been found? His existence has been challenged in the past three weeks from the U.S. military, some Iraqi officials and conservative bloggers in the U.S.

NASA, Google aim for virtual space travel on Web (Reuters)
<p><a href="http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/internet/*http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061218/wr_nm/google_nasa_dc"><img src="http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/nm/20061219/2006_12_18t185308_450x345_us_google_nasa.jpg?x=130&y=99&sig=JIZcI.1dlKmDm54t.BvmEg--" align="left" height="99" width="130" alt="This image from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft generated from digital topography taken on March 24, 2006 and released by NASA April 6, shows an overview of the Mars terrain covered in this first color image of Mars from the high resolution imaging science experiment (HiRISE) camera on the Orbiter. Web surfers may soon be able to explore the canyons of Mars and experience a virtual flight over the surface of the moon thanks to a deal announced on Monday between Web search company Google Inc.and the NASA Ames Research Center. (NASA/JPL/Handout/Reuters)" border="0" /></a>Reuters - Web surfers may soon be able to explore the canyons of Mars and experience a virtual flight over the surface of the moon thanks to a deal announced on Monday between Web search company Google Inc. and the NASA Ames Research Center.</p><br clear="all"/>

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