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Microsoft to double Indian centers staff (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. plans to double its staff strength at its Indian centers in Hyderabad and Bangalore by March 2006, a top company official said late on Saturday.

Palm Teams With Microsoft for Smart Phone (AP)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates discusses the future of innovation before an audience of over 17,000 Microsoft employees at their annual company meeting, celebrating Microsoft's 30th anniversary at Safeco Field in Seattle, Friday Sept. 23, 2005. Thirty years ago Microsft started with two employees, Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Today the company employs more than 60-thousand people in 80 countries. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Robert Sorbo)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.


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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.

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.

Cable's Digital Drive Irks Basic Customers (AP)
AP - LaRonika Thomas got upset when Comcast moved the Sci-Fi channel to its digital service this summer, ensuring she couldn't continue to watch her favorite show, "Firefly," without paying $20 more a month.

China Wants Only 'Healthy' News on Web (AP)
AP - China said Sunday it is imposing new regulations to control content on its news Web sites and will allow the posting of only "healthy and civilized" news.

Robots to Face Off for $2M Pentagon Prize (AP)
AP - Wanted by the Pentagon: A muscular, outdoorsy specimen. Must be intelligent and, above all, self-driven. When 20 hulking robotic vehicles face off next month in a rugged race across the Nevada desert, the winning machine (if any crosses the finish line) will blend the latest technological bling and the most smarts.

Palm Teams With Microsoft for Smart Phone (AP)
Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates discusses the future of innovation before an audience of over 17,000 Microsoft employees at their annual company meeting, celebrating Microsoft's 30th anniversary at Safeco Field in Seattle, Friday Sept. 23, 2005. Thirty years ago Microsft started with two employees, Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Today the company employs more than 60-thousand people in 80 countries. (AP Photo/Microsoft, Robert Sorbo)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.


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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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China sets new rules on Internet news (Reuters)
Reuters - China set new regulations on Internet news content on Sunday, widening a campaign of controls it has imposed on other Web sites, such as discussion groups.

Publisher says welcome to the 'O.C' game (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox teen soap "The O.C." is set to become a mobile video game.

Japanese carriers to start group chat for cellphones: report (AFP)
A model shows off some of KDDI's mobile devices.   Japanese mobile telephone operator KDDI will start a group chat service later this year allowing five users to converse and share text messages and pictures, a report said.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japanese mobile telephone operator KDDI will start a group chat service later this year allowing five users to converse and share text messages and pictures, a report said.


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Exploit Circulates For Firefox Flaw (TechWeb)
TechWeb - An exploit for the just-patched IDN bug in Mozilla's Firefox browser and namesake suite has been published on the Internet, a French security vendor says.

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.

China Wants Only 'Healthy' News on Web (AP)
AP - China said Sunday it is imposing new regulations to control content on its news Web sites and will allow the posting of only "healthy and civilized" news.

China sets new rules on Internet news (Reuters)
Reuters - China set new regulations on Internet news content on Sunday, widening a campaign of controls it has imposed on other Web sites, such as discussion groups.

Brian Wilson Dialing Up Katrina Donors (AP)
Brian Wilson performs 'Good Vibrations' at MusiCares' 2005 Person of the Year tribute to Brian Wilson,  Feb. 11, 2005, in a Los Angeles file photo. 'Iowa Jim' was suspicious. Was it really Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson personally putting messages on his Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts? (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - "Iowa Jim" was suspicious. Was Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson really putting messages on his official Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts?


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Ikanos launches public offering (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Ikanos Communications in Fremont went public Thursday on the promise of rising sales of its semiconductor chips, which speed the delivery of Internet content into homes by as much as 100 times.

Gear From 'Rock Star: INXS' Auctioned (AP)
In this photo released by CBS, J.D. Fortune performs with the band INXS in a Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2005 photo, in Los Angeles. Musical instruments and memorabilia from CBS''Rock Star: INXS' are being auctioned on the eBay Web site to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. J.D. Fortune was chosen as INXS' new lead singer for an upcoming tour as a climax to the CBS show. (AP Photo/CBS, Monty Brinton, file)AP - Musical instruments and memorabilia from CBS' "Rock Star: INXS" are being auctioned on the eBay Web site to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.


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U.S. TV makes way for two White House dramas (Reuters)
Actress Geena Davis, star of ABCs new series 'Commander-In-Chief', poses at the premiere screening of the show at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California September 21, 2005. The series features Davis as the first female president. (Chris Pizzello [Photo via NewsCom]/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.


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AOL Portal Officially Out Of Beta (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online Inc. has officially launched its ad-supported portal out of beta.

Google Releases Toolbar For Firefox (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google Inc. has released out of beta its Firefox search toolbar, which includes features such as spell check and a word translator.

Intellext Banks On Privacy Pitch In Search App (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Intellext Inc. is expanding the capabilities of Microsoft Corp.'s MSN Search Toolbar with a proactive research tool that offers users some added privacy.

Playing Games with VOIP (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - News Analysis: With an increasing number of people using VOIP communications alongside their video games, companies providing online gaming networks could reap the rewards as users adopt new Internet telephony services.

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