Thursday, November 03, 2005


Microsoft Introduces Web Services, Competing With Google and Yahoo
Microsoft is offering two new advertising-supported Web services, Windows Live and Office Live, as a direct response to competitors'challenges.
JOHN MARKOFF

Basics: Deleted but Not Gone
Maintaining privacy in the era of digital information requires work on a number of fronts, but one basic measure is easily overlooked: proper data destruction.
THOMAS J. FITZGERALD

Jumpy Enough to Chew a Chair? Try DogCatRadio
A new Internet radio station for pets aims to keep the loneliness at bay while owners are out.
DINITIA SMITH

Design: Style Meets Function, and Technology Gets a Human Touch
Like many new technologies, dongles - the tiny sticks that attach to computer ports and transport files from one computer to another, have been designed in many guises.
PHIL PATTON

Dell Says New Focus Will Cut Into Profit
Dell Inc. warned that its shift in strategy to focus on higher profit margins would result in lower-than-expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter.
DAMON DARLIN

Qwest Loss Narrows in Quarter
Qwest Communications reported a smaller loss for the third quarter and announced a tentative$400 million settlement of shareholder lawsuits.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

E.D.S. Shifts to a Profit
The Electronic Data Systems Corporation reported a third-quarter profit after it worked out differences with the federal government on a huge Naval contract.
REUTERS

InterActive Profit Off
IAC/InterActiveCorp, the television and Internet-services company, said that third-quarter profit fell 25 percent on costs of spinning off the Expedia travel business.
BLOOMBERG NEWS

David Pogue: Corporate Tool, Yes, but Bright and Handy
The new BlackBerry 8700c is a thoroughly modernized version of a gizmo whose technologies were rock-solid but a tad behind the times.
DAVID POGUE

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