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Microsoft to Release New Developers Tools (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing several new tools to help developers build software applications that work with its online search and communication products.

Only One Patch Due in Microsoft's Monthly Security Fix (PC World)
PC World - Expect a patch of a Windows flaw deemed critical.

Microsoft Eyes Midmarket Customers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) chairman Bill Gates and chief executive Steve Ballmer expressed enthusiasm for selling to midmarket customers, calling that sector of the market the most vital and fastest-growing segment of the economy.

Microsoft's New England Nemesis (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Massachusetts' "Information Domain" document, the controversial IT software decision that seems as though it should have come from the budget department of a startup company rather than from a municipal government, has reached its comment period. The document lays the ground rules for all information produced by agencies of that state and could, if accepted in its current format, be a thorn in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) side.

MS Patch Day: Can 1 Bulletin Hit the Spot? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft plans to issue one security bulletin, but the list of unpatched Windows flaws—some more than two months overdue—keeps growing.

Microsoft Developing Low-Cost Windows XP (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is developing a low-cost version of the Windows XP operating system to introduce personal computing to first-time Filipino PC users, a company official said Thursday.

Microsoft introduces new suite (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Microsoft, in a nod to the growing importance of the small business market, announced Wednesday a new suite of software products for companies that don't have large technology departments.

Judge mulls job ban on Microsoft China expert hired by Google (AFP)
Attorneys for online search engine rivals Google and Microsoft finished pitching their arguments in a court battle over a Chinese Internet market expert Google hired away from its rival(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - Attorneys for online search engine rivals Google and Microsoft finished pitching their arguments in a court battle over a Chinese Internet market expert Google hired away from its rival.


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Microsoft targets small and mid-sized businesses (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Microsoft, in a nod to the growing importance of the small business market, announced Wednesday a new suite of software products for companies that don't have large technology departments.

Microsoft unveils new brand of business software (Reuters)
- A woman looks at Microsoft Windows software at a shop in Brussels, in this Wednesday Dec. 22, 2004 file photo.  Microsoft Corp. has filed a second appeal against a European Union ruling that ordered it to share code with open-source software companies, officials said Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005.  (AP Photo/Yves logghe, file)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday introduced a line of software products for mid-sized businesses using technology it acquired as part of its strategy to sell more software to companies with fewer than 500 employees.


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New Backpack Puts Juice in Power Walking (AP)
AP - As soldiers, hikers and students can testify, it takes energy to haul around a heavy backpack. Now, researchers have developed a backpack that turns that energy into electricity.

Wireless Tech to Be Deployed for Katrina (AP)
AP - A high-speed wireless networking technology that's still being tested around the world will be deployed at an evacuation shelter and other spots on the U.S. Gulf Coast hit by Hurricane Katrina.

Microsoft to Release New Developers Tools (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing several new tools to help developers build software applications that work with its online search and communication products.

REVIEW: Dock Extends Cell Phone Functions (AP)
AP - If you've ditched Ma Bell or her landline offspring in favor of a cellular phone, you've probably noticed the tiny gadgets are usually designed more for mobility than comfort during long gabfests.

Inventor Working Hard on Video Headstones (AP)
Sergio Aguirre, founder of Vidstone LLC, poses with his product featuring a solar-powered video panel embedded in a tombstone in his Miami office Thursday, Aug. 25, 2005. The video serenity panel plays a five- to seven-minute multimedia video featuring the best moments from someone's life.  (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Video screens have shown up all over in recent years — cell phones, bathrooms, car head rests, subway cars, even elevators. Next up: a solar-powered video panel embedded in a tombstone that plays a clip reminiscent of "This Is Your Life."


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Internet Pioneer Vinton Cerf Joins Google (AP)
Vinton Cerf rests on his car outside his McLean, Va., home Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005. Google Inc. has hired Cerf, an internet pioneer, to float more ideas and develop new products, adding another weapon to the online search engine leader's rapidly growing arsenal of intellect. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)AP - Google Inc. has hired Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf to float more ideas and develop new products, adding another weapon to the online search engine leader's rapidly growing arsenal of intellect.


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In war of mobile music players, Sony struggles to be heard (AFP)
The new iPod cell phone and iPod nano are shown during an Apple press event where Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the new iPod cell phone, made by Motorola, and the new iPod nano, which is thinner than a No. 2 pencil(AFP/Getty Images/David Paul)AFP - The war of the mobile music players reached a new level this week, but while Apple's launch of an iPod phone reverberated around the globe, Sony's unveiling of its new Walkman barely registered on the radar.


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Backpack designed to generate power from walking (Reuters)
Reuters - A backpack that converts a plodding gait into electricity could soon be charging up mobile phones, navigation devices and even portable disc players, U.S.-based researchers said on Thursday.

Computer Associates Opens Patent Portfolio (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Computer Associates (NYSE: CA) is opening up its proprietary software with the release of 14 patents to the open-source community in an effort to foster innovative development through the use of its intellectual property.

Texas Instruments Announces New All-in-One Digital Video Technology (PC World)
PC World - DaVinci technology will integrate chips and software for everything you can do with digital video.

Microsoft to Release New Developers Tools (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is releasing several new tools to help developers build software applications that work with its online search and communication products.

Internet Pioneer Vinton Cerf Joins Google (AP)
Vinton Cerf rests on his car outside his McLean, Va., home Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005. Google Inc. has hired Cerf, an internet pioneer, to float more ideas and develop new products, adding another weapon to the online search engine leader's rapidly growing arsenal of intellect. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)AP - Google Inc. has hired Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf to float more ideas and develop new products, adding another weapon to the online search engine leader's rapidly growing arsenal of intellect.


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Google names Vinton Cerf 'chief Internet evangelist' (AFP)
Vinton Cerf speaks to students at Temple University in November 2004. Google has named Cerf as the company's 'chief Internet evangelist,' tapping a cyberspace legend to help the strategy of the Web search leader.(AFP/Getty Images/File/William Thomas Cain)AFP - Google named Vinton Cerf as the company's "chief Internet evangelist," tapping a cyberspace legend to help the strategy of the Web search leader.


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Panel proposes Internet rules for utilities (Reuters)
Reuters - California utility regulators on Thursday proposed rules to provide Internet access over electric power lines.

News Corp. goes online again (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Jumping into the market to provide online news for video game junkies, News Corp. agreed Thursday to pay $650 million in cash to acquire San Francisco-based IGN Entertainment, a publisher of video game web sites.

Getting help after Katrina a bureaucratic maze (Reuters)
Federal Emergency Management Administrator Secretary Michael Brown addresses the media at the Louisiana State Emergency Operations Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana September 7, 2005. REUTERS/Allen FredricksonReuters - President George W. Bush on Thursday directed Hurricane Katrina survivors to register for aid on a government Web site, but navigating through the cumbersome procedures can be daunting and time consuming.


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Ebay in talks to buy Skype (Reuters)
Shares of eBay Inc. fell in early trading on Thursday following published reports the online auction company was in talks to buy online telephone company Skype Technologies SA. Skype, whose software allows consumers to make free telephone calls around the world over the Internet, would not comment on the reports. Photo shows eBay CEO Meg Whitman in Hong Kong, April 13, 2004. (Kin Cheung/Reuters)Reuters - EBay Inc. is in talks to buy Web telephone phenomenon Skype Technologies SA, a source said on Thursday, prompting a 4 percent drop in shares of the online auctioneer amid concern Skype could crimp highly-profitable eBay's growth.


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News Corp. to buy IGN Entertainment (Reuters)
Rupert Murdoch (L) with his sons Lachlan (C) and James attends a News Corp annual general meeting in Adelaide. News Corp. said on Thursday it would acquire Internet video game company IGN Entertainment Inc. for about $650 million as it expands into online entertainment and media platforms. Photo taken on October 9, 2002. (Peter Mathew/File/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp. said on Thursday it would buy IGN Entertainment Inc., a Web network for video game fans, for about $650 million as part of a rapid-fire strategy to expand its online entertainment and media.


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Costs complicate EU accord on telecoms anti-terror measures (AFP)
British Home Secretary Charles Clarke. EU interior and justice ministers struggled to outline a controversial accord to improve police access to telephone and Internet data amid concerns about the plan's costs.(AFP/Gerard Cerles)AFP - EU interior and justice ministers struggled to outline a controversial accord to improve police access to telephone and Internet data amid concerns about the plan's costs.


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Apple, Motorola Launch iTunes Phone (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Motorola (NYSE: MOT) and Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL) officially announced the creation of the much-anticipated iTunes mobile phone, called Rokr.

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