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Microsoft, Palm make peace, plan new Windows phone (Reuters)
Microsoft Corporation Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates (L), Palm Inc. President and CEO Ed Colligan (C) and Verizon Wireless President and CEO Denny Strigl announce a strategic alliance to expand the smartphone market with a new line of Treo smartphones from Verizon Wireless national wireless broadband network at a news conference in San Francisco September 26, 2005. (Lou Dematteis/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and its longtime rival in the mobile software market, Palm Inc., on Monday introduced a jointly developed cell phone that analysts say could prove a big hit among corporate users.


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PalmSource Loses Out With Treo (AP)
AP - The software that popularized the handheld computer was dealt a large blow Monday, as Palm Inc. announced that it would use Windows software in its latest Treo smartphone.

Intel, Microsoft Back Next-Generation DVDs (AP)
AP - Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp., the leading suppliers of chips and software for most of the world's personal computers, are throwing their support behind the next-generation DVD standard known as HD DVD.

Microsoft, Palm, Verizon A Treo Trio (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Palm, Microsoft and Verizon Wireless unveiled the fruit of their two-year partnership Monday: a version of Palm's Treo handheld that runs Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system.

Product previews   (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Determina stokes the memory firewall Determina last week unveiled its Vulnerability Protection Suite (VPS), which combines the company’s Memory Firewall and a new product called LiveShield. The Memory Firewall, formerly known as SecureCore, is host-based intrusion-prevention software that protects Microsoft IIS, Exchange Server, SQL Server, and Windows services against buffer overflows and other memory attacks. LiveShield allows Memory Firewall to be updated with code -- produced by Determina in response to newly discovered vulnerabilities -- to thwart other kinds of threats, such as privilege escalation and denial-of-service attacks. The company says it has produced a couple dozen such updates, which will be incorporated into VPS when the product ships in mid-October. VPS costs $750 per server. Volume discounts are available. Vulnerability Protection Suite Determina

Microsoft To Launch U.S. Pilot Of Paid-Search Service Next Month (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft has launched its paid-search service in Singapore and France, and plans to launch a pilot in the United States.

Microsoft, partners, step up "smart phone" war with Blackberry (AFP)
Microsoft Corporation Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates, shows off a new Treo smartphone built on Windows Mobile 5.0 platform during a press conference in San Francisco. Today Microsoft, Palm, Inc., and Verizon Wireless announced a partnership to deliver a new line of Treo smartphones available in early 2006 on Verizon Wireless' national wireless broadband network.(AFP/HO/Lou Dematteis)AFP - Microsoft teamed up with mobile computer maker Palm and telecom giant Verizon on a new "smart phone" aiming to grab market share from the popular Blackberry device.


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Massachusetts Plans To Phase Out Microsoft Office (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The state government of Massachusetts is moving ahead on a plan to switch to the OpenDocument standard by 2007, effectively phasing out the use of Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Office.

Microsoft Launches Paid Search in France (PC World)
PC World - AdCenter targets pitches based on demographics; due in U.S. this fall.

Palm, Microsoft to Launch New Smart Phone (AP)
Microsoft Corp. chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates, center, Palm Inc. president and chief executive Ed Colligan, right, and Verizon Wireless chief executive Denny Strigl, left, smile as they hold up  the new Palm Treo smartphone during a joint news conference, Monday, Sept. 26, 2005 in San Francisco. Palm announced that it has gone into business with former rival Microsoft Corp. to launch a Windows-based Treo smartphone, marking the first time that a Palm product will run on an operating system other than Palm's.  (AP  Photo/Paul Sakuma)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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Intel, Microsoft Back Next-Generation DVDs (AP)
AP - Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp., the leading suppliers of chips and software for most of the world's personal computers, are throwing their support behind the next-generation DVD standard known as HD DVD.

PalmSource Loses Out With Treo (AP)
AP - The software that popularized the handheld computer was dealt a large blow Monday, as Palm Inc. announced that it would use Windows software in its latest Treo smartphone.

Mediation Begins in Music Copyright Trial (AP)
AP - Four music giants and their local subsidiaries are suing Baidu.com, China's largest Internet search engine, for copyright infringement, state media and an official said Tuesday.

Google Offers Prime-Time Video Streamcasts (AP)
AP - Search engine leader Google Inc. is delving deeper into an unconventional business, offering an Internet streamcast of last week's television premiere of Chris Rock's new comedy.

Warner Music, MTV Sign Licensing Deal (AP)
AP - Warner Music Group Corp. said Monday it has licensed Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks to use its recording artists' music videos for creating wireless programming on mobile phones and other gadgets.

Google to triple search scope (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. said late on Monday that it was tripling the number of Web pages that its system can search, seeking to upstage rival Yahoo Inc. in claims to be the world's widest Web search.

Sony may invest more in Samsung LCD venture (Reuters)
Sony Corp President Ryoji Chubachi speaks to reporters at the company's headquarters in Tokyo September 27, 2005. Chubachi said the company planned to write down about 60 billion yen ($534.2 million) worth of cathode ray tube television assets in the business year to next March as it shifts resources to more promising flat TVs. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Sony Corp. (6758.T) is considering making an additional investment in its liquid crystal display joint venture with South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS), its president said on Tuesday.


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Japan's Willcom unveils new phones, pricing (Reuters)
Reuters - Japan's Willcom Inc., a low-cost wireless telephone service provider, unveiled on Tuesday four new phone models and a flat-rate data service that undercuts larger rivals like NTT DoCoMo Inc. (9437.T).

Massachusetts Wins Microsoft Battle; War To Continue (TechWeb)
TechWeb - As Massachusetts picks the OpenDocument format over Microsoft's OpenOffice XML, other government bodies are likely to follow.

Microsoft, Palm make peace, plan new Windows phone (Reuters)
Microsoft Corporation Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates (L), Palm Inc. President and CEO Ed Colligan (C) and Verizon Wireless President and CEO Denny Strigl announce a strategic alliance to expand the smartphone market with a new line of Treo smartphones from Verizon Wireless national wireless broadband network at a news conference in San Francisco September 26, 2005. (Lou Dematteis/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. and its longtime rival in the mobile software market, Palm Inc., on Monday introduced a jointly developed cell phone that analysts say could prove a big hit among corporate users.


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Google to triple search scope (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc. said late on Monday that it was tripling the number of Web pages that its system can search, seeking to upstage rival Yahoo Inc. in claims to be the world's widest Web search.

Singapore schools punish cheeky student bloggers (Reuters)
Reuters - Singapore schools have begun a clampdown on students who insult teachers in online journals by punishing them with suspensions, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.

Mediation Begins in Music Copyright Trial (AP)
AP - Four music giants and their local subsidiaries are suing Baidu.com, China's largest Internet search engine, for copyright infringement, state media and an official said Tuesday.

Google debuts UPN comedy by Chris Rock (Reuters)
Comedian Chris Rock gestures at the panel for UPN television show 'Everybody Hates Chris' at the Television Critics Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills July 21, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - In the latest convergence of prime time and online, Google Inc. GOOG.O on Monday began offering exclusive video streaming of the new UPN television comedy "Everybody Hates Chris" -- a first for the network and the popular Internet portal.


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China's largest search engine attempts mediation with music giants (AFP)
This photos shows a person listening to an iPod. China's biggest Internet search engine Baidu and seven global music giants agreed to enter into mediation on the first day of a high-profile copyright trial, state media said.(AFP/file/Mat Szwajkos)AFP - China's biggest Internet search engine Baidu and seven global music giants agreed to enter into mediation on the first day of a high-profile copyright trial, state media said.


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Online Ad Market Grows 26 Percent (AP)
AP - Search-based keyword ads largely propelled the 26 percent growth — to a record $5.8 billion — in U.S. Internet advertising revenues for the first half of the year.

Google Offers Prime-Time Video Streamcasts (AP)
AP - Search engine leader Google Inc. is delving deeper into an unconventional business, offering an Internet streamcast of last week's television premiere of Chris Rock's new comedy.

Google Offers Prime-Time Video Streamcasts (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Search engine leader Google Inc. is delving deeper into an unconventional business, offering an Internet streamcast of last week's television premiere of Chris Rock's new comedy.

Yahoo Moves Deeper Into Exclusive Content (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo launches a series of exclusive financial columns from authors, economists and financial advisers, as the entertainment portal expands use of its own content.

Google Video Integrates Media Player (PC World)
PC World - Search engine's videos now play within a browser; no additional software needed.

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