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Microsoft's Hejlsberg touts .Net, C-Omega technologies (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft Distinguished Engineer Anders Hejlsberg is chief architect of the Visual C# language and has been a key developer of the company's .Net application development technology. Previously, Hejlsberg wrote TurboPascal when he was with Borland Software. He also was chief architect of Borland's Delphi technology. InfoWorld editor-at-large Paul Krill talked with Hejlsberg at the Microsoft TechEd 2005 conference in Orlando, Fla., this week about a range of application development topics.

Microsoft's online music plans hit rivals' shares (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said on Friday it was interested in offering an online music subscription service, sending shares of online music rivals lower on Friday.

Ballmer tells of "New World of Work" (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - At the Microsoft TechEd 2005 conference last week Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer touted the company’s vision of a “New World of Work” for information workers, with a focus on information access, business processes, and collaboration.

Microsoft nears movie deal for 'Halo' videogame (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. was near a deal on Friday to sell the rights to make a movie based on hit video game series "Halo" after a recent round of Hollywood talks in which a high asking price and demands for creative input drew the ire of some parties, sources said.

Update: Microsoft-Sun Pact, One Year Later (TechWeb)
TechWeb - It's been just over a year since tech giants Microsoft and Sun Microsystems buried the hatchet in their extended feud over Java. Fast-forward to today, where the Ballmer/McNealy relationship seems to flow naturally, and the first payoff is all interoperability.

Top CEOs Describe Future Technologies (AP)
AP - Too much wine with dinner? In the future, your car might not start if you're drunk — and it might automatically call a cab, notify your spouse and even reschedule business appointments early the next morning. That sobering vision of things to come could also include the ability to read important e-mails and other vital messages on television, wireless telephone or computers at work and at home.

Microsoft works with BI vendor to embed analytics in SQL 2005 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SPSS, a provider of software for predictive analytics, unveiled the results of its behind-the-scenes work with the Microsoft database development team this week. SPSS announced a version of its statistical analysis toolset that can be embedded into the next version of Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

Monthly Update Time: Microsoft Plans to Issue 'Critical' Fixes (PC World)
PC World - Also expect update to company's Malicious Software Removal Tool.

Microsoft Plans 10 Patches Next Tuesday (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Next week Microsoft will roll out ten security bulletins, at least one marked "Critical," the Redmond, Wash.-based developer says.

Microsoft Schedules EU XP (TechWeb)
TechWeb - After more than a year wrangling with the European Union, Microsoft announces the release schedule of a version of Windows XP sans Windows Media Player.

Apple Chip Switch Opens New World for Macs (AP)
AP - In the late 1990s, Apple Computer Inc. ran TV ads mocking the Intel Corp. chips in rival Windows-based PCs: The Pentium II glued to a snail and the toasted bunny suit were supposed to suggest that Apple's Macintosh computers were simply faster.

Hong Kong Plans to Enact Anti-Spam Law (AP)
AP - Hong Kong plans to enact an anti-spam law next year to crack down on companies that send unsolicited e-mails or make automated telemarketing calls to consumers, an official has said.

Tech Tools Used to Charge for Open Highway (AP)
AP - Interstate 15 running north from San Diego is more than a ribbon of asphalt carrying up to 295,000 vehicles a day. It's a glimpse at the future — a highway that combines traditionally free lanes with toll lanes to give drivers an option when the traffic gets bad. It is, at once, a solution for easing the worst traffic congestion, raising money for cash-starved roads and a big step toward bringing more timesaving, high-technology tools to daily driving.

Nokia, Intel to Cooperate on Connections (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp., the world's leading mobile phone maker, announced Friday that it will join forces with the world's largest chip maker, Intel Corp., to provide handset users faster voice and data services, including high-speed broadband connections to the Internet.

Robots Dance, Play at World Robot Expo (AP)
AP - They could hit fastballs, draw portraits and be seen breathing. Not bad for robots. Even so, these droids of all shapes and sizes — more than 60 on display at the World Expo on Thursday — still need some work.

Podcasting lures wary music biz (Reuters)
Reuters - Podcasting has emerged as the Internet's hottest fad, but is it more than just a passing fancy?

Digital Rock Reinvention (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Though Trent Reznor is Nine Inch Nails, the rocker is pioneering new digital music territory by releasing a song for fans to remix—for free.

Top CEOs Describe Future Technologies (AP)
AP - Too much wine with dinner? In the future, your car might not start if you're drunk — and it might automatically call a cab, notify your spouse and even reschedule business appointments early the next morning. That sobering vision of things to come could also include the ability to read important e-mails and other vital messages on television, wireless telephone or computers at work and at home.

Bits & Bites v24n11 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The Mozilla Firefox Web browser now commands almost 9 percent of the global browser market, according to OneStat.com

Rosetta is a key to Apple's Intel shift (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Apple Computer is making the leap to Intel thanks in part to a software translation technology from a 65-person company in Los Gatos.

Podcasting lures wary music biz (Reuters)
Reuters - Podcasting has emerged as the Internet's hottest fad, but is it more than just a passing fancy?

Nokia, Intel to Cooperate on Connections (AP)
AP - Nokia Corp., the world's leading mobile phone maker, announced Friday that it will join forces with the world's largest chip maker, Intel Corp., to provide handset users faster voice and data services, including high-speed broadband connections to the Internet.

Microsoft's online music plans hit rivals' shares (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said on Friday it was interested in offering an online music subscription service, sending shares of online music rivals lower on Friday.

Virtual Currency (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - For the over 800,000 subscribers to Sony Online Entertainment's Everquest II game, life in a virtual world follows a familiar pattern...

VeriSign Wins Renewal of .Net Control (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - ICANN gives VeriSign the go-ahead to manage the popular Internet domain for another six years.

RSS To Carry Spyware Before Year's Out (TechWeb)
TechWeb - By the end of the year, spyware will have turned to RSS to distribute its key loggers and ad spawners, a security expert says.

VeriSign Maintains Dot Net Domain (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - As expected, VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN) has been granted a six-year extension to its control over the .net top-level registry by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

Nokia, Intel Partner on WiMax (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) are collaborating on efforts to speed the development and deployment of WiMax wireless broadband technology, combining Nokia's expertise in mobile hardware and infrastructure with Intel's leadership position in the chip industry.

Trojan Hides in Jackson Suicide Spam (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A spam campaign claiming that Michael Jackson has attempted suicide has been spreading across the Internet, according to security firm Sophos.

Low Rights IE 7 Designed For Longhorn Only (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The additional security provided by a "low-rights" mode in Internet Explorer 7 will be for Longhorn only.

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