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Man Pleads Guilty to Microsoft Source-Code Theft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A Connecticut man on Monday pleaded guilty in federal court to selling proprietary Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) source code in a case that has the potential to take the issue of software piracy to a higher level.

OSDL Calls Microsoft's Bluff (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Collaborate with us on Office for Linux, the OSDL brass suggest to Microsoft. Redmond's response? You guessed it.

Surprise! Microsoft's WinFS beta arrives (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The surprise beta release of Microsoft's WinFS file system on Monday has attracted intense scrutiny. WinFS was one of the three pillars of Microsoft's next-generation version of Windows announced two years ago, then code-named Longhorn and now morphed and downsized into Vista. All three pillars -- WinFS, the Avalon GUI, and the Indigo Web-services protocol stack -- have been detached from any specific forthcoming release of Windows and will be offered as separate technologies. Microsoft developers were happy to discover that the WinFS beta really does install on Windows XP and includes an array of supporting development tools.

Microsoft pitches ESB alternative (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - ESB (enterprise service bus) technology as a category of its own has been gaining increasing numbers of followers lately. Microsoft, however, isn't one of them, according to a position paper that the company recently published.

Microsoft Buys VoIP Start-Up Teleo (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has acquired start-up company Teleo, a developer of software for Internet telephony. Analysts expect the deal will give Microsoft an edge in the burgeoning market for Internet-based calling services.

Microsoft Boosts MSN Toolbar (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft unveils add-ins to its MSN Search Toolbar, including an anti-phishing filter and one-click access to MSN's online games site.

Microsoft Adds Antiphishing to IE Toolbar (PC World)
PC World - Add-ins to MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search are available now.

Microsoft Bolsters Video Content Security in Vista (PC World)
PC World - Move positions Windows Vista OS as a platform for home digital entertainment systems.

Microsoft shares break out of rut (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. has signed a deal with two film studios to make a movie based on its popular space-based video game series 'Halo,' a spokesman for Universal Pictures said on Wednesday. In this file photo, hundreds of gamers queue for the midnight release of Halo 2 for X-Box at Toys-R-Us in Times Square, New York November 8, 2004. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Expectations of a dividend boost, a strong product pipeline and recovering investor sentiment have fueled Microsoft Corp.'s 6 percent stock rally in the past month, making it the top-performing large-cap U.S. stock, analysts said on Wednesday.


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Analysis: Microsoft Moves Deeper Into VoIP (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Its acquisition of VoIP start-up Teleo moves Microsoft deeper into the burgeoning world of Internet communications as the software company said it will combine Teleo’s technology with its existing MSN investments in VoIP.

Katrina Rescuers Improvise Communications (AP)
Ed Yarnell makes his way through the remains of his house carrying his rifle along the coast of Biloxi, Miss., on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005. His home, along with thousands of others were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina on Monday. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)AP - When the phones don't work, improvise. That's what emergency responders and civilians were forced to do in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which trashed the telephone system on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi.


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Web Site Helps Hurricane Victims (AP)
AP - When Katrina Blankenship started getting phone calls about the projected path of Hurricane Katrina, she wasn't quite sure why.

Google Opens Digital Library (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is asking European book publishers to submit non-English material to its Internet-leading search engine — a move that may ease worries about the company's digital library relying too heavily on Anglo-American content.

REVIEW: Google Tools Cater to Info Tastes (AP)
This screenshot shows Google's Sidebar,at right, which is included with the new Desktop Search software.The 2-inch-wide stack of 'panels,' are tools for access to your e-mail, news articles, stock quotes, weather and other information.  (AP Photo/HO/GOOGLE)AP - Google Inc.'s fortunes have risen on its ability to entice digital consumers, gauging their desires based on their online travels.


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REVIEW: Game Boy Micro Misses the Mark (AP)
The Astro Game Boy Micro is shown in this Aug. 30, 2005, in Farmers Branch.  Less than a year after the innovative Nintendo DS added two screens, a microphone and wireless multiplayer capability, the company is set to release the diminutive handheld system on Sept. 19. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)AP - Nintendo Co.'s new Game Boy Micro handheld could have been so much more than a tiny hunk of plastic that plays video games. Less than a year after the innovative Nintendo DS arrived with dual screens, a microphone and wireless multiplayer capability, the company is set to release the diminutive Micro on Sept. 19.


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Websites become help forums for Katrina refugees (AFP)
Janet Brown finds a clock in what used to be the bathroom of her townhouse destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Gulfport, Mississippi. From beloved website Craigslist to the Internet search business Yahoo, online communities are trying to connect Hurricane Katrina refugees with what they need to survive.(AFP/Getty Images/Joe Raedle)AFP - From beloved website Craigslist to the Internet search business Yahoo, online communities are trying to connect Hurricane Katrina refugees with what they need to survive.


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LCD prices to rise in third qtr -research firm (Reuters)
Reuters - Prices of flat screens for televisions, computers and laptops will rise in the third quarter and growing demand will help revenues rise 35 percent to a record high, a U.S.-based research firm said on Friday.

Judge Upholds $128M Patent Suit Verdict (AP)
AP - A judge on Thursday upheld a jury's $128 million patent infringement verdict that threatens to bankrupt a provider of billing services to some of the nation's largest cellular carriers.

Firefox 1.5 Beta Expected Soon (PC World)
PC World - More speed plus better pop-up blocking and Mac OS X support are in the works for open-source browser.

Man Pleads Guilty to Microsoft Source-Code Theft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A Connecticut man on Monday pleaded guilty in federal court to selling proprietary Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) source code in a case that has the potential to take the issue of software piracy to a higher level.

REVIEW: Google Tools Cater to Info Tastes (AP)
This screenshot shows Google's Sidebar,at right, which is included with the new Desktop Search software.The 2-inch-wide stack of 'panels,' are tools for access to your e-mail, news articles, stock quotes, weather and other information.  (AP Photo/HO/GOOGLE)AP - Google Inc.'s fortunes have risen on its ability to entice digital consumers, gauging their desires based on their online travels.


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Web Site Helps Hurricane Victims (AP)
AP - When Katrina Blankenship started getting phone calls about the projected path of Hurricane Katrina, she wasn't quite sure why.

Google Opens Digital Library (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is asking European book publishers to submit non-English material to its Internet-leading search engine — a move that may ease worries about the company's digital library relying too heavily on Anglo-American content.

Websites become help forums for Katrina refugees (AFP)
Janet Brown finds a clock in what used to be the bathroom of her townhouse destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Gulfport, Mississippi. From beloved website Craigslist to the Internet search business Yahoo, online communities are trying to connect Hurricane Katrina refugees with what they need to survive.(AFP/Getty Images/Joe Raedle)AFP - From beloved website Craigslist to the Internet search business Yahoo, online communities are trying to connect Hurricane Katrina refugees with what they need to survive.


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MSN Toolbar Upgraded To Fight Phishing (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has introduced two additions to the MSN toolbar designed to protect users from phishing attacks and make it easier for them to access the company's online gaming site.

Google branches out with print ads (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google rocked the advertising world Wednesday when it started selling print ads -- a sign its impressive lead in online advertising isn't enough for the ambitious, fast-paced search engine company.

European cellphones to get faster data (Reuters)
Reuters - T-Mobile International, Deutsche Telekom's mobile division, will launch the new HSDPA high-speed mobile service in four European countries by March to improve Internet speed on mobile phones.

South Korea concerned over Google's satellite picture service (AFP)
South Korea has expressed concern about a service offered by US Internet company Google that shows satellite photos of sensitive facilities in the country, the president's office said.(Google)AFP - South Korea has expressed concern about a service offered by US Internet company Google that shows satellite photos of sensitive facilities in the country, the president's office said.


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Edward C. Baig: Personal Tech - Google Talk works well but lacks some features (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Recently, Google has seemed intent on capturing every area of consumer technology that isn't nailed down. The latest examples: Google Talk is an instant-messaging program that lets you make free PC-to-PC calls. And Google Desktop 2 is a nice upgrade to the company's first desktop search program.

Google studies selling print ads to online clients (Reuters)
Google is looking at taking its online advertising program into print. The Internet search leader, which draws the bulk of its revenue from online advertising, said it has bought advertising space in PC Magazine, only to turn around and resell the space to some online clients who place Web ads with Google.The Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanReuters - Google is looking at taking its online advertising program into print.


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