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Reports: Microsoft and AOL Eye Joint Venture (PC World)
PC World - May be discussing ways to take on Yahoo, Google.

Microsoft, AOL Discuss Online Partnership (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc. have been discussing potential online partnerships that would help the two companies better compete against rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., two people familiar with the talks said Thursday.

Microsoft takes on Google by opening up MSN (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making some of the features on its Internet division site, MSN, available to outside software developers as it takes on Google Inc. in the Web-based information and services market.

AJAX catching on at Microsoft, ClearNova (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript plus XML) technology for building rich Web applications this week is getting a boost from Microsoft and ClearNova.

Want the Enterprise Version of Microsoft Windows Vista? (PC World)
PC World - If so, you'll have to sign up for the Microsoft Software Assurance licensing program.

Microsoft in talks on AOL link: source (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates during his keynote address to the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft have been in business discussions over the past several months regarding Internet search and advertising networks, but not a joint venture, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. (Lee Celano/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are discussing ways they could combine their Internet assets, including the possibility of an investment by the software giant, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


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Time Warner in talks over AOL with Microsoft: reports (AFP)
Pedestrians and vehicles in front Time Warner headquarters in New York.  Time Warner is in discussions with Microsoft on cooperation on its America Online Internet division, sources close to the media giant said.(AFP/File/Stan Honda)AFP - Time Warner is in discussions with Microsoft on cooperation on its America Online Internet division, sources close to the media giant said.


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Microsoft Booting Up (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) is looking through its Windows at a whole new Vista, and the company's Outlook seems rosy. Chief Software Architect Bill Gates was the main attraction at the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles, and it was his job to set the tone for the upcoming Windows Vista operating system and the new Office 12 upgrade.

Microsoft takes aim at Japanese rivals with Xbox December launch (AFP)
US software giant Microsoft displays the company's next generation video game console Xbox 360. The consol will debut in Japan on December 10, 2005 at a cost of 345 USD.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Microsoft will take the game-console war to its Japanese rivals' home turf on December 10 with a launch of the new Xbox 360 that aims to steal a march on arch-foes Sony and Nintendo.


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Microsoft plans overhaul after Vista delays (AFP)
Steve Ballmer told the Financial Times that Microsoft plans to overhaul its product release plans after delays to the launch of its next operating system.(AFP/File/Jean Ayissi)AFP - US software titan Microsoft plans to overhaul its product release plans after delays to the launch of its next operating system, chief executive Steve Ballmer told the Financial Times.


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Internet Oversight Board OKs New Domains (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency approved a domain name for the Catalan language Thursday while deferring final action on creating a red-light district on the Internet through a ".xxx" suffix.

Xbox 360 to Launch in U.S. Nov. 22 (AP)
Microsoft executive officer Yoshihiro Maruyama speaks a he announces price and the date of the sale for the Xbox 360 in Tokyo Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005. The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox game console will be available in Japan Dec. 10 at the price of 37,900 yen ($344). (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)AP - The next version of Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox game console will be available in the United States two days before Thanksgiving, in time for the important holiday shopping season, the company said Wednesday.


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Review: Mobile Payment Has Growing Pains (AP)
MobileLime president & CEO Robert Wesley poses for photos holding his cell phone in front of credit card terminals in his company in Watertown, Mass., Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005.  MobileLime provides a new service to use your cell phone to buy things. (AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - The logic is solid behind MobileLime, a new service designed to let you leave your wallet at home — or at least some of the cards in it — and instead use your cell phone to buy things. Too bad the service, in my tests around town, didn't seem quite ready for the mobile masses.


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Times to Charge for Access to Columnists (AP)
AP - The marquee columnists for The New York Times' Op-Ed page — including Thomas L. Friedman, Maureen Dowd and Frank Rich — generate lots of interest and discussion online. Now, the paper is hoping they'll also generate something else: cash.

New Google Search Engine Boosts 'Blogging' (AP)
AP - A new Google Inc. specialty search engine sifts through the Internet's millions of frequently updated personal journals, a long-anticipated development expected to help propel "blogging" into the cultural mainstream.

Ebay to pay up to $4.1 bln to buy Skype (Reuters)
Reuters - EBay Inc. plans to pay between $3.7 billion and $4.1 billion to acquire Skype, depending on how fast it meets three growth targets, the online auction leader said in a U.S. regulatory filing on Thursday.

Calif. laptop with personal data of 98,000 recovered (Reuters)
Reuters - A stolen laptop computer holding personal information of more than 98,000 California university students and applicants has been recovered, but it uncertain whether the information had been tapped, the University of California, Berkeley said on Thursday.

'Mobile' Marketers Eye Ways To Connect With Wireless Users (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - A recent ad campaign by Unilever's Dove soap brand has generated buzz for using real women in place of models on billboards and print ads. A less-heralded innovation of the campaign is cell phones.

Mozilla Readies Another Firefox Security Makeover (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Overall usage of the open-source browser continues to climb despite several recent security-related hiccups; Camino 1.0 alpha 1 also ships.

Adobe Reports Strong Profits on Sales (AP)
AP - Adobe Systems Inc. said Thursday that its third-quarter profits soared nearly 39 percent as the maker of the widely used Acrobat and Photoshop software reported strong sales.

Internet Oversight Board OKs New Domains (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency approved a domain name for the Catalan language Thursday while deferring final action on creating a red-light district on the Internet through a ".xxx" suffix.

Ebay to pay up to $4.1 bln to buy Skype (Reuters)
Reuters - EBay Inc. plans to pay between $3.7 billion and $4.1 billion to acquire Skype, depending on how fast it meets three growth targets, the online auction leader said in a U.S. regulatory filing on Thursday.

Times to Charge for Access to Columnists (AP)
AP - The marquee columnists for The New York Times' Op-Ed page — including Thomas L. Friedman, Maureen Dowd and Frank Rich — generate lots of interest and discussion online. Now, the paper is hoping they'll also generate something else: cash.

Search Engine Google's Shares Rise (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s shares rose slightly Thursday to remain above the $295 price set in the Internet search engine leader's first sale of stock since its closely watched initial public offering last year.

Microsoft, AOL Discuss Online Partnership (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc. have been discussing potential online partnerships that would help the two companies better compete against rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc., two people familiar with the talks said Thursday.

Microsoft takes on Google by opening up MSN (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making some of the features on its Internet division site, MSN, available to outside software developers as it takes on Google Inc. in the Web-based information and services market.

Dizzie Gillespie Auction Draws Crowds (AP)
AP - Dizzie Gillespie can still draw a paying crowd. An auction of items from the late jazz legend's Englewood home drew musicians, former colleagues and Web site viewers from as far away as Switzerland.

Microsoft in talks on AOL link: source (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates during his keynote address to the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft have been in business discussions over the past several months regarding Internet search and advertising networks, but not a joint venture, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. (Lee Celano/Microsoft/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Time Warner Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are discussing ways they could combine their Internet assets, including the possibility of an investment by the software giant, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


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US House panel staff unveil draft new telecom bill (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee staff on Thursday unveiled draft legislation aimed at overhauling U.S. telecommunications laws to address new technologies, such as Internet video and voice services.

Yahoo Rolls Out Web Mail Update (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Yahoo is rolling out a new and improved version of its Web e-mail program that promises to deliver the same type of service and functionality that a typical desktop e-mail client provides.

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