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Microsoft's Gates faces off with Napoleon Dynamite (Reuters)
Bill Gates (L) Microsoft Corp.'s chairman, is seen with actor Jon Heder, best know for his role in the film 'Napoleon Dynamite', in a humorous video about college recruitment shown to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Gates made a major push to get software developers to build programs for the next versions of the company's Windows and Office computer operating systems, saying new capabilities should drive a new wave of personal computer sales. Microsoft has promised to launch Windows Vista, known by its former code-name Longhorn, in the second half of 2006. The next version of Office is expected to launch in the same time frame. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Pick your favorite geek: Napoleon Dynamite or Bill Gates?


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Judge Rules on Ex-Microsoft Exec's New Work (AP)
Bill Gates (L) Microsoft Corp.'s chairman, is seen with actor Jon Heder, best know for his role in the film 'Napoleon Dynamite', in a humorous video about college recruitment shown to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Gates made a major push to get software developers to build programs for the next versions of the company's Windows and Office computer operating systems, saying new capabilities should drive a new wave of personal computer sales. Microsoft has promised to launch Windows Vista, known by its former code-name Longhorn, in the second half of 2006. The next version of Office is expected to launch in the same time frame. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - Ruling in a case that exposed animosity between two high-tech titans, a Washington state judge said Tuesday that a former Microsoft Corp. executive may begin working at Google Inc. in a limited capacity. A Microsoft executive later said his company was prepared to settle the litigation if the researcher's restrictions remained in effect until next summer.


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Microsoft: Office 12 to Anticipate Needs (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates address the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference Tuesday, Sept 13, 2005, in Los Angeles. The latest version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office software will try to anticipate and automatically offer the tools a user is most likely to want during a specific task. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office software will feature simpler graphics and try to anticipate users' tasks as the company hopes to make the product easier to use, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said Tuesday.


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Gates pushes upcoming Microsoft Windows, Office (Reuters)
Bill Gates (L) Microsoft Corp.'s chairman, is seen with actor Jon Heder, best know for his role in the film 'Napoleon Dynamite', in a humorous video about college recruitment shown to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates pitched software developers to build programs for the next versions of Windows and Office software and showed off features on Tuesday that he said would drive a new wave of personal computer sales.


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Microsoft previews next version of Office (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. previewed the next version of its Office collection of business programs on Tuesday, showing a redesigned interface and new capabilities that allow users to gather data from Web sites and networked server computers.

Ex-Microsoft exec able to work for Google-judge (Reuters)
Reuters - A Washington judge on Tuesday cleared the way for a former Microsoft executive to go to work for Google in China but placed tough restrictions on confidential information he gleaned from working at Microsoft.

As Promised, Microsoft Demos Next Versions of Vista, Office (PC World)
PC World - Both packages expected to be available in second half of 2006.

Microsoft Developer Conference Focuses on Vista, Office (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Announcements at Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) annual Professional Development Conference have set the tone for the year ahead with a strong focus on how the Windows platform is changing.

Microsoft, Partners Offer IP-Based TV Platform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The nascent Internet Protocol television (IPTV) market has taken a leap forward with the launch of new set-top boxes and other equipment provided by software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and a handful of its IPTV collaborators.

Judge allows ex-Microsoft exec to do China work for Google (AFP)
Google headquarters in California.  A judge ruled that former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-Fu can set up an Internet research center in China for rival tech giant Google despite concerns Lee may have taken trade secrets from Microsoft.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - A judge ruled that former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-Fu can set up an Internet research center in China for rival tech giant Google despite concerns Lee may have taken trade secrets from Microsoft.


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U.S. Lacks Unified Emergency Radio System (AP)
A two-way radio is seen on the belt of a New Orleans police officer outside Harrah's Casino in New Orleans, which is serving as temporary operations center, on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005. Municipalities continue to struggle with maintaining emergency communications during catastrophes, despite the priority put upon that project after 9/11. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - After surviving Hurricane Katrina's initial blow, the radio communications system for the New Orleans police and fire departments dissolved as its radio towers lost their backup power generators in the ensuing flood.


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Videogame Tourneys Draw Big-Time Sponsors (AP)
Leonel Fernandez, 21, of the 'Defined5' team, of Miami, reacts after he and his team lost at the World Cyber Games Regional Qualifiers, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, in Miami.  (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)AP - Is "frags per round" going to be the batting average of the 21st century? Professional computer gamers certainly hope so.


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Microsoft: Office 12 to Anticipate Needs (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates address the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference Tuesday, Sept 13, 2005, in Los Angeles. The latest version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office software will try to anticipate and automatically offer the tools a user is most likely to want during a specific task. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Office software will feature simpler graphics and try to anticipate users' tasks as the company hopes to make the product easier to use, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said Tuesday.


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Robots to Race in Nevada Desert for $2M (AP)
AP - Robotic vehicles competing for a $2 million prize will have to traverse 150 miles of rugged desert that begins and ends in Primm, Nev., the competition's organizer said Tuesday.

Officials Warn of Katrina Relief Web Scams (AP)
A catch basin takes in water that is being pumped out of buildings in downtown New Orleans on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005. Companies are starting to make initial headway in their cleanup process, a full two weeks after floodwaters inundated the city. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)AP - At least 4,000 Web sites claiming to be Hurricane Katrina relief funds have popped up on the Internet and top U.S. law enforcement officials warned Tuesday that many could be fraudulent.


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Mao-era model soldier to clean up online gaming (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese game developer is betting a Mao-era model soldier and other patriotic figures are just the kinds of heroes needed to steer impressionable youths toward cleaner online gaming content.

Gates pushes upcoming Microsoft Windows, Office (Reuters)
Bill Gates (L) Microsoft Corp.'s chairman, is seen with actor Jon Heder, best know for his role in the film 'Napoleon Dynamite', in a humorous video about college recruitment shown to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates pitched software developers to build programs for the next versions of Windows and Office software and showed off features on Tuesday that he said would drive a new wave of personal computer sales.


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Nokia Ups Guidance As More Customers Embrace 3G Phones (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Boosted by sales of hot new phones in Europe, Nokia raised its third-quarter revenue and earnings guidance Tuesday.

Microsoft exec touts small, mid-market business plan (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - James Utzschneider is general manager of strategy for Microsoft's Small and Midsize Solutions & Partner (SMS&P) Group. Microsoft last week unveiled both its Dynamics  platform, which will merge four ERP platforms and had been known as Project Green, and the Microsoft Small Business Accounting 2006  package. The company held its Microsoft Business Summit at its headquarters in Redmond, Wash., on September 7 to unveil these products along with a system management initiative dubbed Centro. InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill spoke with Utzschneider, a 10-year Microsoft veteran, on the eve of the event about the software giant's small business intentions as well its take on the growing open source software movement.

Microsoft previews next version of Office (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. previewed the next version of its Office collection of business programs on Tuesday, showing a redesigned interface and new capabilities that allow users to gather data from Web sites and networked server computers.

Mao-era model soldier to clean up online gaming (Reuters)
Reuters - A Chinese game developer is betting a Mao-era model soldier and other patriotic figures are just the kinds of heroes needed to steer impressionable youths toward cleaner online gaming content.

Depeche Mode fans get ticket priority (Reuters)
Reuters - In a first for the download industry, Depeche Mode fans who preorder the group's upcoming album from iTunes will get priority access to buy tickets from Ticketmaster for the band's tour this winter.

Microsoft previews next version of Office (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. previewed the next version of its Office collection of business programs on Tuesday, showing a redesigned interface and new capabilities that allow users to gather data from Web sites and networked server computers.

Truveo unveils 'visual' video search engine (Reuters)
Reuters - Computer scientists who helped pioneer online search on Tuesday unveiled a Web crawler called Truveo that one analyst called "a step ahead" of what Yahoo Inc. and Google Inc. have accomplished in video search.

China Telecom Blocks Skype Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - China's largest telco, China Telecom, is blocking some types of calls made with the Skype Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service.

Microsoft, Partners Offer IP-Based TV Platform (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The nascent Internet Protocol television (IPTV) market has taken a leap forward with the launch of new set-top boxes and other equipment provided by software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and a handful of its IPTV collaborators.

Judge allows ex-Microsoft exec to do China work for Google (AFP)
Google headquarters in California.  A judge ruled that former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-Fu can set up an Internet research center in China for rival tech giant Google despite concerns Lee may have taken trade secrets from Microsoft.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - A judge ruled that former Microsoft executive Lee Kai-Fu can set up an Internet research center in China for rival tech giant Google despite concerns Lee may have taken trade secrets from Microsoft.


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Benefit Concerts and Events Continue (AP)
AP - Upcoming celebrity benefits and Internet auctions to raise money for relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina:

FBI warns about fake Katrina charity Web sites (Reuters)
Reuters - Many of the 4,000 Web sites advertising relief services for Hurricane Katrina could be fake and about 60 percent of them come from overseas -- a sign they may be bogus, the FBI said on Tuesday.

Salesforce.com shares up on new eBay-like exchange (Reuters)
Reuters - Salesforce.com Inc's shares surged 9 percent on Tuesday, one day after the company introduced what it called an eBay-like software exchange Wall Street analysts said could boost business.

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