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Microsoft Reorganizes to Compete Better (AP)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp.s chairman, speaks to developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft overhauled its business divisions on Tuesday, installing its top executives as presidents of three business groups as the world's largest software maker faces increasing competition from companies delivering software and services over the Web. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. is reorganizing its corporate structure and giving one of its newest executives broader powers in an effort to better compete against its rivals, including Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.


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Microsoft streamlines to compete better (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp.s chairman, speaks to developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft overhauled its business divisions on Tuesday, installing its top executives as presidents of three business groups as the world's largest software maker faces increasing competition from companies delivering software and services over the Web. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. streamlined its businesses into three divisions on Tuesday to compete more effectively against Google Inc. , Oracle Corp. and the Linux operating system.


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Microsoft, Qwest Team Up on VoIP (PC World)
PC World - Companies prepare to offer Internet phone service to small and medium-size businesses.

Microsoft Reorganizes; Allchin to Retire in 2006 (PC World)
PC World - The software giant will realign its business into three divisions, each with its own president.

Microsoft Plans to Reorganize; Allchin Out with Vista Release (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Updated: Microsoft will reorganize its operations into three core divisions in an effort to streamline decison-making and time to market.

EU says it has received complaints about Microsoft (AFP)
he European Union has received 'informal complaints' about US software giant Microsoft, which has long been in the hotseat with EU regulators, EU competition commissioner Neelie Kroes said in an interview.(AFP/File/Jacques Demarthon)AFP - The European Union has received "informal complaints" about US software giant Microsoft, which has long been in the hotseat with EU regulators, EU competition commissioner Neelie Kroes said in an interview.


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Microsoft Accuses Eight of Piracy (PC World)
PC World - Suits filed against companies in five states allege marketing illegal copies of Windows.

AOL, Microsoft plan Web phone services (Reuters)
Reuters - AOL and Microsoft both announced new Internet phone services on Tuesday.

EU Regulators Eyes Microsoft Complaints (AP)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp.s chairman, speaks to developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft overhauled its business divisions on Tuesday, installing its top executives as presidents of three business groups as the world's largest software maker faces increasing competition from companies delivering software and services over the Web. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - EU antitrust officials are again analyzing complaints that software giant Microsoft Corp. broke European rules, European Commission spokesman Jonathan Todd said Tuesday.


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Microsoft could face fresh EU case in future (Reuters)
Reuters - The European Commission may bring a new competition case against Microsoft after the EU executive received fresh complaints about the U.S. software giant, the EU competition commissioner said in a newspaper interview on Tuesday.

Dell Launches Flash-Memory Music Player (AP)
AP - Dell Inc., the world's largest direct computer seller, on Tuesday launched a new flash-memory digital music player designed to compete with the iPod Shuffle.

Authors Hit Google With Copyright Lawsuit (AP)
AP - An organization of more than 8,000 authors accused Google Inc. Tuesday of "massive copyright infringement," saying the powerful Internet search engine cannot put its books in the public domain for commercial use without permission.

Feds Want Cell Phone Ban for Teen Drivers (AP)
AP - New drivers have enough things to worry about without adding cell phones and other wireless devices to the mix, federal safety regulators say. They want all states to make it illegal for teenagers and other novice drivers to jabber on phones.

Apple CEO Against ITunes Price Hike (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs waves to reporters after a press conference as he opens the Apple Expo in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005. Jobs acknowledged that some record companies were pushing him to raise the price of each song download, currently 99 cents on the U.S. ITunes site.(AP Photo/Christophe Ena)AP - Apple boss Steve Jobs vowed Tuesday to repel "greedy" record companies' demands for higher music download prices, warning that any such move would encourage piracy.


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Voice Over Internet Market Sees Changes (AP)
AP - What a difference a year and $2.6 billion makes. The renegade cool that once surrounded Skype Technologies SA at past gatherings of the Internet telephone industry has been replaced by mockery and awe at this week's VON show.

US authors group sues Google (Reuters)
Logo of Google outside their headquarters building in Mountainview, California, August 18, 2004. The Authors Guild, a U.S. writers advocacy group, sued Google Inc. on Tuesday in federal court, alleging that the Web search leader's bid to digitize the book collections of major libraries infringes on individual author's copyrights. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - The Authors Guild, a U.S. writers advocacy group, sued Google Inc. on Tuesday in federal court, alleging that the Web search leader's bid to digitize the book collections of major libraries infringes on individual author's copyrights.


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US board urges cell-phone ban for new teen drivers (Reuters)
Reuters - Banning teen-agers from using cell phones or other wireless devices while learning to drive should be a national auto safety priority, U.S. transportation safety officials said on Tuesday.

WiMax Wireless May Directly Usher Disney Into The Living Room (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Walt Disney Co. has cast its eyes on WiMax, an emerging wireless broadband technology, as a way to deliver movies, interactive gaming and other services to homes.

Microsoft streamlines to compete better (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp.s chairman, speaks to developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft overhauled its business divisions on Tuesday, installing its top executives as presidents of three business groups as the world's largest software maker faces increasing competition from companies delivering software and services over the Web. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. streamlined its businesses into three divisions on Tuesday to compete more effectively against Google Inc. , Oracle Corp. and the Linux operating system.


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Microsoft Reorganizes; Allchin to Retire in 2006 (PC World)
PC World - The software giant will realign its business into three divisions, each with its own president.

Authors Hit Google With Copyright Lawsuit (AP)
AP - An organization of more than 8,000 authors accused Google Inc. Tuesday of "massive copyright infringement," saying the powerful Internet search engine cannot put its books in the public domain for commercial use without permission.

US authors group sues Google (Reuters)
Logo of Google outside their headquarters building in Mountainview, California, August 18, 2004. The Authors Guild, a U.S. writers advocacy group, sued Google Inc. on Tuesday in federal court, alleging that the Web search leader's bid to digitize the book collections of major libraries infringes on individual author's copyrights. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - The Authors Guild, a U.S. writers advocacy group, sued Google Inc. on Tuesday in federal court, alleging that the Web search leader's bid to digitize the book collections of major libraries infringes on individual author's copyrights.


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Microsoft, Qwest Team Up on VoIP (PC World)
PC World - Companies prepare to offer Internet phone service to small and medium-size businesses.

Voice Over Internet Market Sees Changes (AP)
AP - What a difference a year and $2.6 billion makes. The renegade cool that once surrounded Skype Technologies SA at past gatherings of the Internet telephone industry has been replaced by mockery and awe at this week's VON show.

Apple CEO Against ITunes Price Hike (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs waves to reporters after a press conference as he opens the Apple Expo in Paris, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005. Jobs acknowledged that some record companies were pushing him to raise the price of each song download, currently 99 cents on the U.S. ITunes site.(AP Photo/Christophe Ena)AP - Apple boss Steve Jobs vowed Tuesday to repel "greedy" record companies' demands for higher music download prices, warning that any such move would encourage piracy.


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Apple CEO Steve Jobs Calls Music Industry Greedy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple chief executive Steve Jobs has accused the music industry of being greedy. His comments were geared toward the possibility that record companies might try to change pricing for songs when their contracts come up for renewal with Apple's iTunes music service.

Google Poised To Offer Wi-Fi Services (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) is poised to roll out its own version of Wi-Fi service and move even further beyond the search capabilities that have made the company a household name.

New P2P Worm Spoofs Google (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - A computer worm that creates a bogus Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Web site and spreads via peer-to-peer networks continues to proliferate worldwide after being detected late last week by security specialist PandaLabs.

Google begins limited test of Wi-Fi service (Reuters)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Google is preparing to launch a wireless Internet service, Google WiFi, according to several pages found on the company's Web site on Tuesday. Photo taken August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanReuters - Google, the online search leader, confirmed on Tuesday it has begun a limited test of a free wireless Internet service, called Google WiFi.


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John Lennon Memorabilia to Be Auctioned (AP)
A photo by Linda McCartney  of John Lennon, left, and Paul McCartney taken during the photo session for the cover of the Abbey Road album in 1969 is displayed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum  in Cleveland, Ohio, on June 18, 1999. The photo is part of the museum's Linda McCartney photography exhibit which ran through Aug. 8, 1999. Lennon's white suit is one of the items to be auctioned off online by Juliens Auctions beginning  Oct. 2 and concluding in Las Vegas Oct. 29. (AP Photo/Linda McCartney )AP - Baby, you can drive his car. John Lennon's 1956 Austin Princess, the modified hearse featured in his 1973 documentary, "Imagine," is among items to be auctioned starting Oct. 2 at http://www.juliensauctions.com.


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