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Microsoft, Google Trade Salvos Over Exec (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer vowed to "kill" Internet search leader Google Inc. in an obscenity-laced tirade, and Google chased a prized Microsoft executive "like wolves," according to documents filed Friday in an increasingly bitter legal battle between the rivals.

Court Documents: Microsoft's Ballmer Vowed To 'Kill' Google In Obscenity-Laden, Chair-Throwing Rant (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The allegations against Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer were filed in a Washington state court as part of a lawsuit triggered by Google's July hiring of former Microsoft executive Kai Fu-Lee.

Microsoft, Fujitsu Tune In Digital TV (PC World)
PC World - XP Media Center Edition products will have Fujitsu's digital reception technology built in.

Microsoft takes Google to court over ex-employee (Reuters)
Microsoft Corp. asked a county judge on Friday to stop its newest rival Google Inc. from hiring a senior executive familiar with the world's largest software maker's plans in China. The logo of Google Inc. is seen outside their headquarters building in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanReuters - Microsoft Corp. asked a county judge on Friday to stop its newest rival Google Inc. from hiring a senior executive familiar with the world's largest software maker's plans in China.


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Microsoft Updates MSN Personal Portal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft makes it easier for people to access its customizable portal on MSN and has made improvements to the beta service.

Microsoft Beefs Up 64-Bit Windows As Unix Alternative (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Longhorn Server will be optimized to run database operations, business applications, and custom enterprise applications.

Windows Firewall Flaw No Vulnerability, Says Microsoft (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Although Microsoft doesn't consider the bug a security vulnerability, it has posted a fix for users to download.

Microsoft Launches Internet Crime Portal (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - At a High Technology Crime Investigation Association event on Wednesday, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced plans to launch a Web site that will aid police in investigating Internet crime.

VoIP Marks Latest Microsoft-Google Battleground (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The battle over consumer VoIP is just the latest in a dizzying string of competitive product rollouts between Microsoft and Google.

Microsoft Blasts Massachusetts' New XML Policy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even as millions of dollars worth of Office business hangs in the balance, Microsoft says it will not support the OpenDocument format likely to be adopted by the state of Massachusetts this month as its standard XML format.

Kazaa Case Reaches Climax in Australia (AP)
AP - A long-running court battle between Australia's record industry and file-swapping giant Kazaa reaches a climax Monday, when a judge is to rule on whether the peer-to-peer network is no different from a photocopier or is a giant "engine of copyright piracy."

Microsoft, Google Trade Salvos Over Exec (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer vowed to "kill" Internet search leader Google Inc. in an obscenity-laced tirade, and Google chased a prized Microsoft executive "like wolves," according to documents filed Friday in an increasingly bitter legal battle between the rivals.

Camera Helps ID Unknown Sea Creatures (AP)
In this image provided by NOAA,the pontellid copepod Pontella securifer are shown Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. Various parts glow fluorescent  green when viewed under blue light. After fleeing in the face of Hurricane Katrina, ocean researchers have returned to the Gulf Mexico where they are getting a revealing new look at the deep sea. Top photo, the male's specialized  antenna and claw on its last leg (on the right) for grabbing females. Bottom photo, The female has an oblong sperm packet attached at her tail. (AP Photo/NOAA)AP - After fleeing in the face of Hurricane Katrina, ocean researchers have returned to the Gulf of Mexico where they are getting a revealing new look at the deep sea.


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Court KOs Online Game Bypass Program (AP)
AP - Three men illegally bypassed anti-piracy controls when they developed free technology to let computer users play some games against each other online without using the gamemaker's own system, a federal appeals court has ruled.

Cos. Offer Powerful Speakers for Katrina (AP)
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter flies over homes surrounded by floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina during search and rescue operations, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, pool)AP - A company that develops high-powered speakers for the military and police says it has loaned some of its gear so emergency responders can communicate with people stranded by Hurricane Katrina.


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British officers planned to infiltrate extremists using Internet: report (AFP)
Computer connected to the internet. British intelligence officers planned to infiltrate Islamic extremist groups through the Internet in a bid to turn them away from violence, but the plan met with criticism, a newspaper reported.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - British intelligence officers planned to infiltrate Islamic extremist groups through the Internet in a bid to turn them away from violence, but the plan met with criticism, a newspaper reported.


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Apple appears poised for iTunes phone launch (Reuters)
In this file photo, people wait in line outside the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, April 29, 2005. Most observers expect Apple Computer to unveil the iTunes-compatible mobile phone that has been in development with Motorola for more than a year. Several industry sources have identified Cingular as the wireless operator making the long-anticipated device available to subscribers.But Apple may have more in store. One analyst says Apple also will introduce a wireless interface to the iTunes Music Store, customized for Cingular. If so, Cingular would be the first U.S. wireless operator to announce a full-song download music service. (Frank Polich/Reuters)Reuters - The Apple rumor mill swung into overdrive this week when the company reported it would make a big digital music announcement on Wednesday (September 7).


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Big bucks back next mobile frontier: Broadcast TV (Reuters)
Want to watch TV on your mobile phone? The wireless industry is betting billions that you do. And they're not talking about just downloading or streaming on-demand videoclips to your phone. Efforts are afoot to broadcast TV programming nationwide to a new generation of mobile phones that can tune in, just like an at-home TV. File picture of a generic shot of a Nokia mobile phone. (Catherine Benson/Reuters)Reuters - Want to watch TV on your mobile phone? The wireless industry is betting billions that you do.


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Operating Systems as Content Pushers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Call it the widget revolution. Mac OS X, Windows and Linux all have widgets for pulling in available content from small software houses and other sources around the Internet.

Manhattan Closes Evant Deal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Both companies make supply-chain management software. Evant customers include Staples and O'Reilly Automotive.

British officers planned to infiltrate extremists using Internet: report (AFP)
Computer connected to the internet. British intelligence officers planned to infiltrate Islamic extremist groups through the Internet in a bid to turn them away from violence, but the plan met with criticism, a newspaper reported.(AFP/File/Jewel Samad)AFP - British intelligence officers planned to infiltrate Islamic extremist groups through the Internet in a bid to turn them away from violence, but the plan met with criticism, a newspaper reported.


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Apple appears poised for iTunes phone launch (Reuters)
In this file photo, people wait in line outside the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, April 29, 2005. Most observers expect Apple Computer to unveil the iTunes-compatible mobile phone that has been in development with Motorola for more than a year. Several industry sources have identified Cingular as the wireless operator making the long-anticipated device available to subscribers.But Apple may have more in store. One analyst says Apple also will introduce a wireless interface to the iTunes Music Store, customized for Cingular. If so, Cingular would be the first U.S. wireless operator to announce a full-song download music service. (Frank Polich/Reuters)Reuters - The Apple rumor mill swung into overdrive this week when the company reported it would make a big digital music announcement on Wednesday (September 7).


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Court KOs Online Game Bypass Program (AP)
AP - Three men illegally bypassed anti-piracy controls when they developed free technology to let computer users play some games against each other online without using the gamemaker's own system, a federal appeals court has ruled.

Web Recording Site Draws Top Music Talent (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Recording artists will soon have a place on the Internet to record and scout for people who have worked with Peter Gabriel, Paul McCartney and other big names in music.

Google Offers GMail App For The Mac (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. has released in beta a Mac application that connects the desktop directly to the search engine's Web mail service.

Web Sites Launched to Help Find Hurricane Victims (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The National Institute for Urban Search and Rescue and San Diego State University's Super Computing Center have launched a Web site to help locate victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Microsoft Updates MSN Personal Portal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft makes it easier for people to access its customizable portal on MSN and has made improvements to the beta service.

Hunkered Down Internet Firm Weathers Hurricane (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An Internet registrar whose staffers refused to leave New Orleans and instead hunkered down in their offices, have kept their business up and online.

Estonians can vote by Internet in local elections, supreme court rules (AFP)
Estonians will be able to vote in forthcoming local elections via the Internet after the Baltic state's supreme court overturned a veto by President Arnold Rüütel, seen here in 2002.(AFP/File/Gerard Cerles)AFP - Estonians will be able to vote in forthcoming local elections via the Internet after the Baltic state's supreme court overturned a veto by President Arnold Ruutel's on electronic voting, the national electoral commission said Friday.


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In Central New Orleans, Web Company Keeps Spinning (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Intercosmos employees are committed to keeping its data center, and the 800,000 Web sites that depend on its existence, up and running no matter what.

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