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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.

Court Orders Kazaa to Stop Pirates (AP)
Lawyer for file-swapping network Kazaa, Mary Still talks to the media outside the New South Wales Supreme Court Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 after the court ruled that Kazaa was in breach of copyright in Australia. The court ordered the service's owners two months to modify their Web site in an effort to prevent further piracy by its millions of users. The record industry hailed the ruling as a victory that would resonate around the world.  (AP Photo/Mark Baker)AP - A federal judge on Monday ordered distributors of the popular file-swapping program Kazaa to alter the software, which millions have downloaded, so it can no longer be used for music piracy.


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More Parents Going High-Tech to Track Kids (AP)
AP - In this case, it isn't Big Brother who's watching — it's Big Mother (or Father). Increasingly, parents are using high-tech methods to track everything from where their children are and how far they are driving to what they buy, what they eat and whether they've shown up for class.

High-Tech Parking Meters Rake in Coins (AP)
Tony Marino of the Pacific Grove police department, left, and Don Gasperson, a former city councilman, right, show off the city's high tech parking meters in Pacific Grove, Calif., Tuesday July 12, 2005. In this seaside town, parking meters don't grant those magical few minutes on someone else's dime. Each time a car pulls away from a space, they automatically reset to zero. And rubbing the chalk off one's tires won't save you a ticket: here, meter maids can tell by satellite photos if you've moved the car. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)AP - In this seaside town, parking meters don't grant those magical few minutes on someone else's dime. Each time a car pulls away from a space, the meter automatically resets to zero.


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British Music Retailers Begin Digital War (AP)
AP - In a clear sign the digital music revolution is here to stay, Britain's major music retailers are going head-to-head for a slice of the burgeoning — and potentially very lucrative — Internet downloading market.

Online Advertisers Turning to Pay-Per-Call (AP)
AP - Personal-injury lawyer Frank Frasier wants the world to know about his business but didn't think much of the search-based Internet advertising that's all the rage these days. Potential clients wouldn't learn much about him through it, he figured, and he really can't tell if they have a case without speaking with them directly.

Australian court finds Kazaa operator violated copyright law (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - An Australian court has found that the operator of Kazaa, once the world's largest music file-sharing network, violated copyright law, giving the company two months to stop the unauthorized exchange of songs over the Internet.

Sony in talks with Apple on online music service for iPod (AFP)
A man downloads songs from Apples's 'iTunes music store' on his iPod. Sony said it was in talks with Apple Computer about a possible launch of an online music download service for Japanese users of Apple's hot-selling iPod digital music player.(AFP/DDP/File)AFP - Sony said it was in talks with Apple Computer about a possible launch of an online music download service for Japanese users of Apple's hot-selling iPod digital music player.


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Worth watching (FT.com)
FT.com - With wireless communications infiltrating every corner of modern life, the debate about the potential health risks of wireless equipment rages on but so far has proved inconclusive.

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.

Australian court rules music file-swapping software infringes copyright (AFP)
A man listens to new releases while shopping at a music store.  The Australian music industry welcomed a landmark court decision which ruled that the popular music file-swapping software Kazaa infringes artists' copyright.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Spencer Platt)AFP - The Australian music industry welcomed a landmark court decision which ruled that the popular music file-swapping software Kazaa infringes artists' copyright.


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Australian court finds Kazaa operator violated copyright law (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - An Australian court has found that the operator of Kazaa, once the world's largest music file-sharing network, violated copyright law, giving the company two months to stop the unauthorized exchange of songs over the Internet.

Katrina children seeking parents shown on Web site (Reuters)
Photos of children separated from their parents by Hurricane Katrina have been posted on a Web site by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in an attempt to reunite families. Photos of more than two dozen children found in Louisiana were posted on the organization's Web site (http://www.missingkids.com/), together with sometimes scanty information available about them. In this file picture, twins Carter (L) and Jane Cook, 5, of Cornelius, North Carolina, help their parents and other volunteers sort through donated clothing for more than 200 evacuees who arrived from New Orleans to the Charlotte Coliseum in North Carolina September 5, 2005. (Robert Padgett/Reuters)Reuters - Photos of children separated from their parents by Hurricane Katrina have been posted on a Web site by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in an attempt to reunite families.


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Sony in talks with Apple on online music service for iPod (AFP)
A man downloads songs from Apples's 'iTunes music store' on his iPod. Sony said it was in talks with Apple Computer about a possible launch of an online music download service for Japanese users of Apple's hot-selling iPod digital music player.(AFP/DDP/File)AFP - Sony said it was in talks with Apple Computer about a possible launch of an online music download service for Japanese users of Apple's hot-selling iPod digital music player.


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Court rules against Kazaa (Reuters)
Music industry spokesman Michael Speck holds a news conference outside a Sydney court after winning a case against makers of Kazaa, a popular internet music file-swapping system, September 5, 2005. The Australian federal court ruled that users of Kazaa breached music copyright and ordered its owners to modify the software. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - An Australian court ruled on Monday that users of the popular Internet file-sharing network Kazaa were breaching copyright, and ordered its owners to modify the software to prevent online music piracy.


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Court Orders Kazaa to Stop Pirates (AP)
Lawyer for file-swapping network Kazaa, Mary Still talks to the media outside the New South Wales Supreme Court Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 after the court ruled that Kazaa was in breach of copyright in Australia. The court ordered the service's owners two months to modify their Web site in an effort to prevent further piracy by its millions of users. The record industry hailed the ruling as a victory that would resonate around the world.  (AP Photo/Mark Baker)AP - A federal judge on Monday ordered distributors of the popular file-swapping program Kazaa to alter the software, which millions have downloaded, so it can no longer be used for music piracy.


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Skype and Tom Online create Chinese joint venture (Reuters)
Reuters - Free Internet telephone software provider Skype has formed a joint venture with China-focused Internet portal Tom Online, in a bid to boost its subscriber base in the fast-growing Asian market.

British Music Retailers Begin Digital War (AP)
AP - In a clear sign the digital music revolution is here to stay, Britain's major music retailers are going head-to-head for a slice of the burgeoning — and potentially very lucrative — Internet downloading market.

Cisco's new IOS brings true process modularity to the core (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Cisco Systems' upgrade of its IOS (Internetwork Operating System) software for the Catalyst 6500 core switch is a major step in core-switching redundancy. The new IOS can separate core processes to reside within their own memory space, permitting traffic to flow through the switch even when certain subsystems are offline. If successful, this release will be a watershed event in the core-switching industry.

Internet is bulletin board for Katrina victims (Reuters)
Victims of hurricane Katrina stay at the Astrodome stadium where 16,000 evacuees received food and shelter in Houston, Texas September 4, 2005. The Arena is being used as an intake facility where medical care is provided and evacuees of Hurricane Katrina are evaluated for assignment to other facilities. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)Reuters - After 9/11, descriptions and photos of missing family, friends and co-workers were plastered on walls and bulletin boards in lower Manhattan, but with New Orleans a ghost town after Hurricane Katrina, the Internet is now the medium of choice for those seeking lost loved ones.


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Online Advertisers Turning to Pay-Per-Call (AP)
AP - Personal-injury lawyer Frank Frasier wants the world to know about his business but didn't think much of the search-based Internet advertising that's all the rage these days. Potential clients wouldn't learn much about him through it, he figured, and he really can't tell if they have a case without speaking with them directly.

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