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Microsoft scraps September security update (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has decided not to go ahead with its monthly security update after encountering an unspecified quality issue with the software patch it had planned to release next Tuesday.

No Microsoft Patches This Month After All (PC World)
PC World - Quality issue with patch prompts 'Patch Tuesday' cancellation.

Microsoft Looks To Developers To Close Rivals' Search Lead (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft next week is releasing at its Professional Developers Conference several APIs that begin the process of turning MSN's search capabilities into a development platform.

Vista, Office 12 Key At Microsoft Conference (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Developer's release and SDK of Vista, Visual Studio 2005 RC1 expected.

Microsoft Opens MSN To Developers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is poised to provide an application-development platform for the MSN Web portal. The platform, which will give developers access to Redmond's search, mapping and messaging services, could help Microsoft make up ground in the fiercely competitive search market.

Microsoft Cancels September Patch Day Update (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - After announcing plans to release a single security bulletin, Microsoft now says a "quality issue" has forced the cancellation of the patch rollout.

Microsoft Opens Security Service Beta To All (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has opened the beta program of its OneCare anti-virus service to all comers after keeping the list short since testing began in June.

Microsoft to Add More Enticements to Software Assurance (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft will announce next week a number of enhancements to its subscription-licensing program, including Vista, Eiger and Virtual Express additions.

They're Here: Microsoft TV-Enabled Set-Top Boxes (PC World)
PC World - Software giant announces the availability of hardware for its IPTV technology.

Microsoft Announces Next-Gen Xbox Live Pricing (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft gives the low-down on Xbox Live pricing for the Xbox 360.

Ford, Honda Unveil Latest Hybrid Autos (AP)
The new Lincoln Mercury Mariner hybrid is displayed by Neil Golightly, director of Sustainable Business Strategies for Ford Motor Co. at the Sierra Summit 2005 on Friday, Sept. 9, 2005,  in San Francisco. Ford, Honda and Toyota auto makers unveiled their latest hybrid cars and technology at the Sierra Club's first national convention. The three automakers are pushing hybrid vehicles, powered by both gasoline and electricity, at a time when gas prices are soaring in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)AP - Three major automakers unveiled their latest hybrid cars and technology at an environmental conference Friday, promoting their most fuel efficient vehicles as gas prices soar in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.


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Marine Corps Unveils High-Tech Humvee (AP)
AP - The Marine Corps on Thursday unveiled new Humvee-mounted technology to allow troops in the field to communicate with each other, their commanders, and even headquarters hundreds of miles away — all while driving over 30 miles per hour.

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.

PalmSource Stock Price Skyrockets (AP)
AP - Shares of PalmSource Inc., maker of the Palm operating system for handheld computers, surged 78 percent on Friday on news that the Japanese software company Access Co. had agreed to pay $324 million for it.

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 Looks To Developers To Close Rivals' Search Lead (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft next week is releasing at its Professional Developers Conference several APIs that begin the process of turning MSN's search capabilities into a development platform.

My ROKR doesn't rock (MacCentral)
MacCentral - It was a pretty exciting week in San Francisco as Apple unveiled the iPod nano and the Motorola ROKR (a.k.a the iTunes phone). The nano has been an incredible device and worked exactly as you would expect it to — unfortunately, I can’t say the same for the ROKR.

Cingular, Sprint give Katrina victims bill breaks (Reuters)
Georgia Search and Rescue Central K-9 members decontaminate search dogs after searching for survivors in Violet, Louisiana on September 9, 2005. Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, has said in a letter made available Friday it would give customers in the areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina discounts on their cell phone bills, including roaming charges and text messages. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)Reuters - Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, has said it would give customers in the areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina discounts on their cell phone bills, including roaming charges and text messages.


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Iona joins Eclipse, proposes SOA effort (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Melding the contemporary concepts of SOA and open source, Iona Technologies on Monday is announcing its participation in the Eclipse Foundation and will propose an Eclipse SOA Tools Platform project.

Microsoft scraps September security update (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has decided not to go ahead with its monthly security update after encountering an unspecified quality issue with the software patch it had planned to release next Tuesday.

Microsoft Looks To Developers To Close Rivals' Search Lead (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft next week is releasing at its Professional Developers Conference several APIs that begin the process of turning MSN's search capabilities into a development platform.

Movie, Recording Industries Join Internet2 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The movie and music industries are joining the Internet2 consortium to influence new technologies for protecting electronic content.

Angry women sue NY doctor for online dating lies (Reuters)
Reuters - A Manhattan fertility specialist has been sued by two women who say he broke their hearts after meeting them through an online dating site on which he pretended to be single.

Banner Ads: From Bargain Basement To Rich Media (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The increased use of video and animation technologies is causing some advertisers to reconsider the purpose of their banner ads--from simply a way to draw users to their Web sites to a delivery method for rich branding experiences and a way to collect customer information.

Microsoft Opens MSN To Developers (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is poised to provide an application-development platform for the MSN Web portal. The platform, which will give developers access to Redmond's search, mapping and messaging services, could help Microsoft make up ground in the fiercely competitive search market.

Apple Launches New iTunes Phone and iPod (AP)
A black and white model of Apple Computers Inc. new iPod Nano on display in front of a giant Apple poster during their announcement in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005. The Apple iPod Nano is 1/5 the size of the original iPod and weighs 1.5 ounces or 42 grams. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs introduced a long-anticipated music-playing cell phone on Wednesday and surprised the faithful with a new pencil-thin iPod.


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Netflix sees subscriptions soaring (Reuters)
Reuters - Netflix Inc. forecast earnings per share would rise by 50 percent annually for the next several years and subscriptions would soar as online DVD rental displaced video rental chains, an outlook which sent the stock up nearly 7 percent on Thursday.

China Telecom said to block Skype (Reuters)
Reuters - China Telecom has started blocking access to a popular Internet telephone service that is threatening its long-distance revenue, according to local media reports and Internet postings.

Google hires 'father of the Internet' (Reuters)
Google Inc.  (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Google Inc. said on Thursday it hired Internet pioneer Vinton Cerf to become its "chief Internet evangelist," the latest high-powered engineer to sign up at the Web search leader.


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Wireless Networks Give Voice To Evacuees (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - Hurricane Katrina survivor Caprice Butler had been at a church shelter in rural northeastern Louisiana for nearly a week when she finally heard her husband's voice on an Internet phone running on an improvised wireless network.

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