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Microsoft Offers English Windows in India (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. plans to offer an English-language version of its scaled-back, lower-priced Windows XP Starter Edition in India, as part of efforts to encourage technology adoption in developing countries and prevent pirating.

More Flaws in Firefox Than in Internet Explorer (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In Symantec's (Nasdaq: SYMC) latest Internet Security Threat Report, the security firm noted that Mozilla's Firefox browser has nearly double the amount of vulnerabilities found in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Internet Explorer. But Symantec also noted that the flaws found in Internet Explorer are more severe.

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.

More Colleges Offering Game Theory Courses (AP)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute professor Shawn Lawson heads to help another student in his Animation I class on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005, at RPI in Troy, N.Y.  (AP Photo/Jim McKnightl)AP - More and more, video game-related courses are being offered in colleges around the country in response to the digital media industry's appetite for skilled workers and the tastes of a new generation of students raised on Game Boy and Xbox.


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Papers in Rita's Path to Inform Via Web (AP)
A woman stands outside her car on Interstate-45 near downtown Houston on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005. Thousands of people are evacuating the Texas coast and officials will be reversing the Southbound lane on the interstate to four lanes of north bound flow.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)AP - Gulf Coast newspapers in the projected path of Hurricane Rita scrambled Thursday to finalize plans to keep employees safe and readers informed, mainly through Web sites.


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Credit Card Court Battle Tests Laws (AP)
AP - Testing the bounds of consumer protection laws, Visa USA Inc. and MasterCard International Inc. are headed for court to determine whether they are obliged to notify 264,000 customers that a computer hacker stole their account information.

Voice Over Internet Both Simple, Complex (AP)
Judy Wells, marketing director of YackPack, demonstrates how she can talk with several people at once, whether they are online at the moment or not, at the DEMO fall tech conference in Huntington Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005.  The product is called YackPack because the user creates groups, or packs, of people who can be audio-messaged individually or collectively.  It's a click, talk and send, a process called asynchronous audio.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - We have more ways than ever of communicating, but trying to keep up with family and friends can be exasperating. Our overlapping free time seems to shrink. We constantly play phone and voice mail tag. And e-mail, in its tone-deaf impersonality, barely helps.


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Review: Web-Based E-Mail Finally Persuades (AP)
AP - I've always hated Web-based e-mail. I've found the interface clunky and the services constraining (I'm an electronic pack rat who's been chastised multiple times for exceeding storage quotas). Ever since I got my first post-college e-mail account in 1994, I've preferred software that sorts and stores, be it Netscape, Outlook Express or Mozilla's Thunderbird. I'm finally about ready to let go.

USA Today's Top 25 US Bestsellers (Reuters)
Reuters - The top 25 U.S. bestsellers, based on sales through Sunday, September 18, as reported by USA Today (http://www.usatoday.com).

Dell Takes on iPod Shuffle with Ditty (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) hopes to grab some of the limelight from Apple's iPod Shuffle with the introduction of the DJ Ditty, a digital-music player that packs a lot of punch in a small size.

Review: Logitech Desktop MX5000 Laser (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The Desktop MX5000 Laser is a new wireless keyboard and mouse combo from Logitech that uses the Bluetooth 2.0 wireless specification, which means that all wireless exchanges take place at the fastest speeds possible over Bluetooth.

Linux: A New Kind of Service-Oriented Architecture (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Strip away the hype and hyperbole and there are two factors driving mainstream businesses to adopt Linux and other open-source technologies: drastic reduction of hardware costs by swapping out expensive servers and fear of being locked into proprietary software.

Oracle Q1 up, shares fall on forecast (Reuters)
Reuters - Software company Oracle Corp. reported quarterly profit jumped 38 percent on its purchase of PeopleSoft but forecast revenues at the low end of expectations, sending shares down 4.4 percent.

USA Today's Top 25 US Bestsellers (Reuters)
Reuters - The top 25 U.S. bestsellers, based on sales through Sunday, September 18, as reported by USA Today (http://www.usatoday.com).

Snocap signs deals with indie labels (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. digital media company, Snocap, run by Napster founder Shawn Fanning, said on Friday it signed deals with various independent labels.

Papers in Rita's Path to Inform Via Web (AP)
A woman stands outside her car on Interstate-45 near downtown Houston on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2005. Thousands of people are evacuating the Texas coast and officials will be reversing the Southbound lane on the interstate to four lanes of north bound flow.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)AP - Gulf Coast newspapers in the projected path of Hurricane Rita scrambled Thursday to finalize plans to keep employees safe and readers informed, mainly through Web sites.


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EBay Gains Partner, Another Branches Out (AP)
AP - EBay Inc. has been very, very good to San Francisco-based SquareTrade, which verifies the reliability of sellers on the online auction site — 60,000 of them since launching five years ago, according to CEO Steve Abernethy.

Jeeves Gets Fired (PC World)
PC World - Butler mascot will soon disappear from Ask.com search engine.

What If Web Darlings AOL, MSN Struck A Deal? (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - As talk swirled late last week about a potential partnership and/or merger between America Online and Microsoft's MSN, most observers were intrigued by possible synergies offered by a relationship between two of the Internet's biggest players.

Study Gauges Local Penetration of Top Newspaper Sites (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK A new report by Internet media and market research firm Nielsen//NetRatings finds that the country's major metropolitan newspaper Web sites have built up a loyal following in their local markets.

Voice Over Internet Both Simple, Complex (AP)
Judy Wells, marketing director of YackPack, demonstrates how she can talk with several people at once, whether they are online at the moment or not, at the DEMO fall tech conference in Huntington Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005.  The product is called YackPack because the user creates groups, or packs, of people who can be audio-messaged individually or collectively.  It's a click, talk and send, a process called asynchronous audio.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - We have more ways than ever of communicating, but trying to keep up with family and friends can be exasperating. Our overlapping free time seems to shrink. We constantly play phone and voice mail tag. And e-mail, in its tone-deaf impersonality, barely helps.


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Media watchdog tells bloggers how to avoid censors (Reuters)
Reuters - A Paris-based media watchdog released a handbook on Thursday to help cyber-dissidents and bloggers avoid political censorship in countries as far apart as China, Iran, Vietnam and Cuba.

Internet helps speed stroke therapy in rural areas (Reuters)
Reuters - An internet-based network that allows doctors in rural hospitals to consult a stroke expert in real-time can hasten the delivery of clot-busting drugs to treat stroke patients, new research indicates.

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