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Palm partners with Microsoft (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Palm, maker of the popular multi-function Treo phones, is expected on Monday to launch its first Treo that uses a Windows-based Microsoft operating system, industry sources said.

Palm Teams With Microsoft for Smart Phone (AP)
AP - Palm Inc. is teaming up with Microsoft Corp. to launch a Windows-based version of the Treo smart phone, marking the first time the handheld computer pioneer will sell a device based on its former rival's software.

Microsoft to offer third beta of developer collaboration tool (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Friday plans to release the third beta version of its Team Foundation Server (TFS) software for application lifecycle management, a Microsoft representative said.

Massachusetts Finalizes Plans to Phase Out Microsoft Office (PC World)
PC World - In a first for a U.S. state, executive branch agencies will adopt the OpenDocument standard by 2007.

Palm to unveil cell phone with Microsoft software (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and its longtime rival in the mobile software market, Palm Inc. are set to unveil on Monday a cell phone that will run Microsoft's software, sources said on Friday.

Less Could Be More At Microsoft (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - For the last year, an anonymous Microsoft Corp. employee, dubbed Mini-Microsoft, has blasted the company's top brass on his Weblog for being out of touch. Mini, as he's known around the Redmond (Wash.) campus, has criticized everything from stifling bureaucracy that slows development to an unfair review process that pits co-workers against one another. But when Microsoft CEO Steven A. Ballmer unveiled a major reorganization on Sept. 20, Mini finally saw a bit of light in the darkness. "Thank goodness," Mini began in a post hours later. ...

Microsoft sets governance changes (Reuters)
Bill Gates, Microsoft Corp.s chairman, speaks to software developers at the Microsoft Professional Developers conference in Los Angeles September 13, 2005. Microsoft on Friday declared a quarterly dividend of 8 cents a share and said it has changed the rules for electing directors. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Friday declared a quarterly dividend of 8 cents a share and said it has changed the rules for electing directors.


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Web Metrics Firm Caught In Microsoft Controversy (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Web metrics firm Keynote Systems Inc. has come under fire for not releasing search-engine rankings, reportedly at the request of a very large software company.

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.

Palm Teams With Microsoft for Smart Phone (AP)
AP - Palm Inc. is teaming up with Microsoft Corp. to launch a Windows-based version of the Treo smart phone, marking the first time the handheld computer pioneer will sell a device based on its former rival's software.

Wireless Carriers Banking on Mobile Music (AP)
An employee of Toshiba Corporation shows off the company developed prototype direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) powered HDD-based digital audio player (R) and its DMFC unit at the Toshiba headquarters in Tokyo September 16, 2005. The HDD player can running for approximately 60 hours on a single 10ml charge of pure methanol. The DMFC units can be integrated into devices for a digital audio palyers or wireless headsets for mobile phones expected to appear in commercial products in and after 2007, Toshiba said.        REUTERS/Issei KatoAP - When someone dials Leah Balecha's mobile phone, it doesn't ring. It jams with the sounds of 50 Cent, OutKast, Gwen Stefani and Kelly Clarkson.


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Rita Pushes Blogs, Rich Maps to Forefront (AP)
Ed Rappaport, deputy director of the National Hurricane Center, draws an arrow of projected path of Hurricane Rita as it approaches the Texas and Louisiana coast during the 11:00 AM EDT weather advisory Friday, Sept. 23, 2005 at the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Rita weakened Friday during the day to a Category 3 hurricane. It was expected to come ashore early Saturday along the upper Texas-Louisiana coast on a course that could spare Houston and nearby Galveston a direct hit. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)AP - As Hurricane Rita approached, editors at the Houston Chronicle decided to experiment: They hand-picked about a dozen Web diarists and asked them to post regular dispatches on the newspaper's online blog — all without any editorial intervention.


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More Colleges Offering Video Game 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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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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U.S. TV makes way for two White House dramas (Reuters)
Reuters - A new TV show starring Oscar-winner Geena Davis as America's first female president, juggling career and family while holding Republican enemies at bay, is drawing Internet fire from conservatives and feminists alike.

Palm partners with Microsoft (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Palm, maker of the popular multi-function Treo phones, is expected on Monday to launch its first Treo that uses a Windows-based Microsoft operating system, industry sources said.

It's A Prepaid World After All (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Now color countries red where most cell phone users buy their wireless air time upfront -- via prepaid rate plans. Mark countries blue where most consumers get wireless bills in the mail every month.

More Security Holes Found in Firefox (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Symantec reports that 18 high-severity vulnerabilities were reported for the Mozilla browser in the first half of 2005, 10 more than reported for IE.

Microsoft to offer third beta of developer collaboration tool (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Friday plans to release the third beta version of its Team Foundation Server (TFS) software for application lifecycle management, a Microsoft representative said.

U.S. TV makes way for two White House dramas (Reuters)
Reuters - A new TV show starring Oscar-winner Geena Davis as America's first female president, juggling career and family while holding Republican enemies at bay, is drawing Internet fire from conservatives and feminists alike.

Rita Pushes Blogs, Rich Maps to Forefront (AP)
Ed Rappaport, deputy director of the National Hurricane Center, draws an arrow of projected path of Hurricane Rita as it approaches the Texas and Louisiana coast during the 11:00 AM EDT weather advisory Friday, Sept. 23, 2005 at the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Rita weakened Friday during the day to a Category 3 hurricane. It was expected to come ashore early Saturday along the upper Texas-Louisiana coast on a course that could spare Houston and nearby Galveston a direct hit. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)AP - As Hurricane Rita approached, editors at the Houston Chronicle decided to experiment: They hand-picked about a dozen Web diarists and asked them to post regular dispatches on the newspaper's online blog — all without any editorial intervention.


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Google Courts Enterprise-Search Partners (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Continuing in its efforts to expand the capabilities of its technology offerings, Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) has placed the equivalent of a personal ad to seek out I.T. professionals to help develop the company's enterprise-search technologies.

New Moves To Eliminate Online Piracy (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The music and film industries are taking a new approach in their efforts to thwart illicit file-sharing on the Internet. They are releasing free software that can detect and remove programs used on PCs to swap copyrighted tunes and movies.

China steps up Web controls but investors untroubled (Reuters)
Reuters - China's cyber police have intensified controls over the country's 100 million Internet users in the past few months but that hasn't stopped Western Web firms from pushing ever farther into the booming market.

Google Print Pressures Libraries (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - New copyright lawsuit against Google Print, an effort to put books online, puts the screws to libraries, legal analysts say.

PluggedIn:"Recommendation engines" lead fans to music (Reuters)
A man plays a guitar to create digital notes on a Mac using GarageBand software during the opening day of the Paris Apple Expo 2005 September 20, 2005. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - High-school rocker Chris Looney isn't stuck playing music in his parents' garage. The Internet has helped his band has win fans across the United States and a booking agent who's found gigs around Northern Virginia.


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Labels Negotiating To Raise iTunes Song Prices (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The love affair between record labels and Apple Computer Inc. could be headed for the rocks as they bicker over prices ahead of licensing renegotiations set for early next year.

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.

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