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Microsoft, Google Setting Course For Likely Major Online Collision (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Less than two months ago, Microsoft executives said they planned to pull out the stops to beat Google and others in the Internet services business.

Symantec: Mozilla Suffers Twice The Flaws Of IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla's popular Firefox browser has been subjected to nearly double the vulnerabilities of Microsoft's leading Internet Explorer, Symantec says, but Mirosoft's are more severe.

Microsoft Acquires ID-Management Software Vendor (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has acquired privately held Alacris, which makes smart-card management software.

Microsoft Unveils New Design Suite (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) revealed its latest development tool, Microsoft Expression, last week at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference 2005. According to analysts, the long-awaited, workflow-management applications are Microsoft's attempt to redefine the development-and-design market.

Next Windows Server Promises Better Security (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The next major version of Windows Server, still codenamed Longhorn, will have several new security features, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced. Although not all of the details have been released, the company has said that two functions in particular are notable: an automatic patch check and a self-healing system feature.

Microsoft Sues Eight Companies, Alleges Software Piracy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has sued eight companies suspected of software piracy.

Microsoft alleges resellers sold counterfeit software (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp. chairman, speaks to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft on Monday said it sued eight resellers, accusing them of distributing counterfeit copies of its computer programs. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. , the world's biggest software maker, on Monday said it sued eight resellers, accusing them of distributing counterfeit copies of its computer programs.


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Microsoft goes with the flow (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - What separates enterprise apps from desktop apps? Mainly, business rules and workflow. At its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) last week, Microsoft announced WWF (Windows Workflow Foundation), a Windows technology that will enable developers to stitch together Microsoft Office apps and custom-built software into composite, enterprise-class workflow applications. With WWF, Microsoft will be able to offer “the first workflow-enabled operating system,” said group product manager Scott Woodgate.

Gates: The World Needs Computers And More (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, who became the richest man in the world through technology, says computers are one of many ways to improve the world.

Microsoft Updates Software Assurance (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has tweaked its Software Assurance (SA) program for enterprise customers, incorporating several new features in an attempt to create more goodwill around the plan. The company also announced that if enterprises want to get the Enterprise Edition of Windows Vista when it ships in 2006, they will have to sign up for SA.

2 Europe Airlines to Get Cell Phone System (AP)
AP - Two European airlines will allow passengers late next year to use their own cell phones on commercial flights within western Europe, a Geneva-based technology firm said Tuesday.

IBM, Maersk Team Up on Ship Tracking (AP)
AP - Government cargo inspectors would be able to get real-time data about the contents and whereabouts of shipping vessels around the world under a new tracking service being introduced by International Business Machines Corp. and the Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S.

File-Sharing Services Trying to Go Legit (AP)
AP - A key U.S. Supreme Court ruling has left the makers of software used to swap pirated songs and movies online under pressure to build licensed services, go out of business or face new entertainment industry lawsuits.

Sprint Launches Streaming Music Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp. is becoming the latest cell phone carrier to let its customers listen to music on the devices.

Google to Put Copyright Laws to the Test (AP)
AP - Copyright laws written long before the digital age are about to be tested as Google Inc. attempts to scan millions of books and make their text fully searchable on the Internet.

Baidu ordered to halt music downloading service (Reuters)
Reuters - A Beijing court has ordered Chinese Internet search leader Baidu.com Inc. to stop directing users to music download sites, in a case that may set a precedent as China seeks to show it can enforce copyright.

Activison sees price cuts on last-generation games (Reuters)
Reuters - Activision Inc. Chief Executive Robert Kotick said on Monday he expects video game prices for older consoles to fall as titles for next-generation boxes become available in the coming months.

Mobile Home Industry Waiting on FEMA (AP)
Employees work on one of many manufactured homes being built for FEMA at the Clayton Homes plant Thursday, Sept. 15, 2005 in White Pine, Tenn. Manufacturers are gearing up to produce cities of mobile homes for Hurricane Katrina victims, but 10 days after the federal government received their proposals to address the housing emergency, the companies are still waiting for a response.    (AP Photo/Wade Payne)AP - Manufacturers are gearing up to produce cities of mobile homes for Hurricane Katrina victims, but 10 days after the federal government received their proposals to address the housing emergency, the companies are still waiting for a response.


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SCO Unveils Mobile Services Platform (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The SCO Group unveils a mobile software platform for providing digital services, such as distributing voice and text data to individuals or groups.

Rally adds Eclipse link to hosted developer service (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Rally Software Development is adding an Eclipse plug-in as well as features such as advanced filters for defect management to its hosted service for software lifecycle management.

Baidu ordered to halt music downloading service (Reuters)
Reuters - A Beijing court has ordered Chinese Internet search leader Baidu.com Inc. to stop directing users to music download sites, in a case that may set a precedent as China seeks to show it can enforce copyright.

File-Sharing Services Trying to Go Legit (AP)
AP - A key U.S. Supreme Court ruling has left the makers of software used to swap pirated songs and movies online under pressure to build licensed services, go out of business or face new entertainment industry lawsuits.

Sprint Launches Streaming Music Service (AP)
AP - Sprint Nextel Corp. is becoming the latest cell phone carrier to let its customers listen to music on the devices.

Online fraud 'ahead' of credit-card companies-experts (Reuters)
Reuters - The top security experts at the world's two biggest credit-card associations said on Monday that the battle against Internet-based thieves had reached a stalemate and the industry would have to spend millions of dollars over the next decade just to keep up with the criminals.

Katrina Drove Online Traffic In August To Local Media (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Hundreds of thousands of people looking for the latest news on Hurricane Katrina went to New Orleans' local media last month to get the latest on the storm's devastation, a web metrics firm said Monday.

Hollywood studios form tech group to fight piracy (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood's six major film studios on Monday unveiled a technology venture to find new ways of protecting movies from illegal copying and distribution in black markets or over the Internet.

RealNetworks Launches Streaming Music On Sprint Phones (TechWeb)
TechWeb - RealNetworks is expanding its music subscription service by offering streaming tunes to Sprint Nextel Corp. phones.

Report Sends Encouraging Signals For Online Sales Growth (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Though softness in overall consumer spending is expected to affect online commerce, annual sales are forecast to reach $329 billion by 2010.

Symantec: Mozilla Suffers Twice The Flaws Of IE (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Mozilla's popular Firefox browser has been subjected to nearly double the vulnerabilities of Microsoft's leading Internet Explorer, Symantec says, but Mirosoft's are more severe.

Lenovo Adds Widescreen ThinkPads With Verizon Broadband Capability (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The notebooks are Lenovo's first to integrate a high-speed wireless wide area network antenna for use with Verizon Wireless Broadband Access service.

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