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Web Giants Face Issues In Content (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - If there's one thing that the big guns of the Internet -- Microsoft, Yahoo and Google -- are assured of, it's that a flood of digital media content is headed toward the consumer.

Sprint Debuts Windows Mobile Handheld (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sprint has introduced a new mobile phone that runs the latest version of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows Mobile OS. The company has its eye on capturing users in the enterprise that are now carrying devices like the BlackBerry and other next-generation smartphones.

Microsoft Reorganizes Key Divisions To Become More Agile (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has unveiled an extensive reorganization of its operations, splitting the company into three main divisions led by individual presidents.

Microsoft Will Refresh IE 7 Beta 1 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7) prior to releasing a second beta, Microsoft executives told beta testers in an online chat earlier this month.

Qwest, Microsoft Team for VOIP Service (AP)
AP - Qwest Communications and Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday they are teaming up on an Internet-based telephone and communications service for small- and mid-sized businesses.

With eye on rivals, Microsoft regroups (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Microsoft reorganized its top team Tuesday, setting up three stand-alone divisions that can move more quickly in Internet-related businesses against rivals Google and Yahoo.

Three-Part Harmony for Microsoft? (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - On Sept. 14, Microsoft CEO Steven A. Ballmer sat in an empty conference room at Las Vegas' Venetian Hotel and vigorously told BusinessWeek that the company wasn't getting bogged down by bureaucracy. "We have the healthiest company in the world," Ballmer said at the time. Sure, Microsoft has a series of hoops that managers have to jump through as they coordinate efforts across divisions. But, Ballmer insisted, that wasn't getting in the way of producing great software (see BW, 9/26/05, "Steve Ballmer Shrugs Off The Critics").

Microsoft overhauls to better compete (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft on Tuesday said it has reorganized to become more agile. It also announced the impending retirement of Jim Allchin, a senior executive who played a key role in building Windows into the world's dominant desktop computer operating system.

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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TiVo Users Fear Recording Restrictions (AP)
AP - Many fans of digital video recorders made by TiVo Inc. are beginning to fear that Hollywood studios will one day reach into their set-top boxes to restrict the way they record and store movies and programs.

U.S. to Send Teams to Combat Piracy Abroad (AP)
AP - The Commerce Department is sending teams of experts into countries known for piracy and counterfeit goods in an effort to combat intellectual property theft abroad, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said Wednesday.

India Vies for Share of Video Game Market (AP)
3D artists from left, Prashant Gonsalves, 27, Ajay Lao, 28, Jang Rana, 31, Vikram Bailakanaver, 26, and Mukund Rao, 30, play the 'Dhruva Interactive' game at the 'Dhruva' premises in Bangalore, India, Wednesday, July 27, 2005. Dhruva Interactive Systems is among a growing crop of Indian companies that are trying to wean away game programming from the high-cost west to Indias low cost environment. It costs between US$4-10 million to develop a console game in the United States, a number that comes down 140 percent in India, industry insiders say. With U.S. video game sales alone estimated at $10 billion a year, the potential for cost-cutting is huge. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)AP - Rajesh Rao, a 34-year-old businessman, spends a good part of his workday playing video games on his mobile phone. He also insists his new employees spend their first few weeks doing the same. He's not a flippant amateur refusing to grow out of his childhood. Instead he's part of a small breed of entrepreneurs trying to make India the world's studio for developing games on mobile phones, computers and consoles.


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Opera Makes Its Browser Free, With No Ads (AP)
AP - Opera Software ASA is now giving away its Web browser and removing ads in an effort to broaden its user base and capture revenues by referring traffic to search engines and e-commerce sites.

Tool Aims to Ease Academic File-Sharing (AP)
AP - Researchers at Penn State and other universities have developed a tool to more easily share or search for large academic files — using the principles most associated with trading music and movies illegally.

P2P music sites closing doors in legal fallout (Reuters)
Reuters - Popular file-sharing site WinMX.com ceased operating and the New York office of another, eDonkey.com, appeared to be closed, in the continuing legal fallout among underworld peer-to-peer music services, industry sources and users said on Wednesday.

Treo owners file lawsuit against Palm (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Three owners of Palm Inc.’s Treo 600 and 650 hybrid phone/personal digital assistants (PDAs) have filed a lawsuit claiming the devices are inherently defective and are seeking an injunction barring the sale of the popular devices.

Court: Law Applies To Mobile Spam (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Can the unsolicited ads-to-go, an Arizona court says; mobile phones are protected equally from unwanted text and marketing calls.

Open-Source Success Roiling Software Field (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - You probably paid too much for the software you're using -- not to mention the software company you've invested in.

CEO: Oracle to Slow Shopping Spree for Now (AP)
Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison gestures during a keynote address at the Oracle Open World Conference in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Oracle Corp. CEO Larry Ellison said Wednesday the business software maker probably won't make another major acquisition for at least another year to give the company ample time to assemble all the pieces snapped up during a recent $18 billion shopping spree.


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P2P music sites closing doors in legal fallout (Reuters)
Reuters - Popular file-sharing site WinMX.com ceased operating and the New York office of another, eDonkey.com, appeared to be closed, in the continuing legal fallout among underworld peer-to-peer music services, industry sources and users said on Wednesday.

Prediction: One Trillion Dollar Online Commerce Market By 2012 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Online commerce will pass the one trillion dollar mark by 2012, predicts an Internet monitoring firm.

America Online Switching Spyware Vendors (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. is switching the vendor it uses to protect its Internet access subscribers from spyware and other malicious threats, a move the company says will mean more comprehensive scans.

PayPal Hit By Tech Snafu (TechWeb)
TechWeb - PayPal, the online payment service owned by online auctioneer EBay Inc., on Wednesday confirmed that charges were showing up twice on some customers' bills, causing confusion.

Opera Makes Its Browser Free, With No Ads (AP)
AP - Opera Software ASA is now giving away its Web browser and removing ads in an effort to broaden its user base and capture revenues by referring traffic to search engines and e-commerce sites.

Pamela Anderson Dominates the Web (AP)
AP - In the decade since the Web's emergence, what have been people been looking for online? According to Lycos Inc., which offered one of the Web's earliest search engines, we've put this vast, powerful, revolutionary new communications medium to work in service of information about ... Pamela Anderson.

WellPoint Offers New Online Tools To Help Consumers Make Smarter Health-Care Decisions (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Consumers can research drug and treatment options, risks, and costs, and can evaluate hospital services.

US arrests 17 in crackdown on 'rogue' Internet pharmacies (AFP)
Bottle of prescription pills.   US drug agents arrested 17 people in a crackdown on what was described as a multimillion-dollar network of 'rogue' Internet pharmacies selling a variety of controlled drugs.(AFP/File)AFP - US drug agents arrested 17 people in a crackdown on what was described as a multimillion-dollar network of "rogue" Internet pharmacies selling a variety of controlled drugs.


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Priceline.com Lets Web Developers Tap Travel Services (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Priceline.com launches a self-service system for web developers to add the online travel agency's hotel-room booking service to their sites.

AOL Unveils New Antispyware Tools (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - America Online is rolling out a new suite of antispyware tools that it claims will be faster, more effective and less confusing for its members.

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