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Intel, Microsoft Set Stage For Format War (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Just when the personal computer industry appeared solidly behind Blu-ray Disc as the successor to the DVD, Microsoft and Intel on Tuesday announced their support for rival format HD DVD.

Correction: Palm-Microsoft Story (AP)
AP - In a Sept. 27 story about smartphone operating systems, The Associated Press reported erroneously that in the second quarter of this year, about 56 million smartphones equipped with Windows operating systems were shipped, and about 48 million with PalmOS operating systems were shipped.

Microsoft and Intel Get Behind HD-DVD (PC World)
PC World - Companies announce they're joining the HD-DVD Promotion Group.

Microsoft in the Palm of Your Hand (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - No doubt, one of the most useful technologies I have at my disposal is my BlackBerry, developed by Research In Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM - News). It's become an integral part of my daily life. In fact, it's not uncommon for me to edit my Motley Fool pieces on the device -- usually when I'm at a meeting or traveling.

Microsoft Includes Phishing Protection in Latest SP2 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Included are significant security, stability and performance enhancements plus a new Phishing Protection feature for Outlook 2003.

Microsoft to make Belgrade one of five global research centres (AFP)
People walk past a giant Microsoft logo. Microsoft has chosen the Serbian capital Belgrade as the base for one of its five global development centres, the US software giant said.(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Microsoft has chosen the Serbian capital Belgrade as the base for one of its five global development centres, the US software giant said.


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New Treo available early next year (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Two past rivals in the technology world, Palm and Microsoft, joined forces Monday in San Francisco to announce that the upcoming Treo smart phone will be the first Palm product to run on a Microsoft Windows operating system.

DVD format war heats up as Microsoft, Intel opt for Toshiba format (AFP)
Toshiba unveils the prototype model of their new high-definition DVD (HD-DVD) player in July 2004. Toshiba scored a point over Sony in a brewing war over formats of next generation DVDs after winning the support of US technology giants Microsoft and Intel.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Japanese electronics maker Toshiba scored a point over rival Sony in a brewing war over formats of next generation DVDs after winning the support of US technology giants Microsoft and Intel.


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In-Fusio in "Halo" mobile game deal with Microsoft (Reuters)
Hundreds of gamers queue for the midnight release of Halo 2 for X-Box at Toys-R-Us in Times Square, New York November 8, 2004. (Seth Wenig [Photo via NewsCom]/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. has struck a three-year licensing deal giving French mobile games maker In-Fusio rights to its blockbuster "Halo" video game franchise, In-Fusio said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft and Intel back HD-DVD (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. and Intel Corp. have decided to back HD-DVD, the next-generation DVD format being developed by the DVD Forum, the companies said in a joint statement on Monday.

ID Chip Helps Morgue Track Katrina Victims (AP)
AP - As body counts mounted and missing-person reports multiplied in the days after Hurricane Katrina, some morgue workers began using a new technology to keep track of unidentified remains.

RIM to Use Intel in BlackBerry Devices (AP)
A cardboard cutout of a BlackBerry communication device.   The maker of the popular BlackBerry hand-held computer and commmunication device said it had chosen Intel Corp. chips for its new models as it fends off a Microsoft-backed challenge.(AFP/File/Ravi Raveendran)AP - Research in Motion Ltd. said Tuesday it will use Intel Corp.'s cellular microprocessors in upcoming BlackBerry devices as it tries to boost performance without sacrificing battery life.


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Stones' Album to Come on Memory Card (AP)
AP - Virgin Records said Tuesday it would release the Rolling Stones' latest album on a new encrypted flash memory card that will allow users to preview and buy locked tracks from four of the veteran rockers' previous albums.

FCC Backs Off on Internet Phone Deadline (AP)
AP - The Federal Communications Commission backed off again Tuesday on enforcing a deadline for Internet phone service providers to disconnect all customers who haven't acknowledged that they understand it may be hard to reach a live emergency dispatcher when dialing 911.

8 Charged in Illegal Release of 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - Eight Californians were charged Tuesday with involvement in the illegal release of "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith" before the movie appeared in theaters.

Army Probes Complaints of Corpse Photos (AP)
AP - The Army is investigating complaints that soldiers posted photographs of Iraqi corpses on an Internet site in exchange for access to pornographic images on the site, officials said Tuesday.

Sanyo to speed up job cuts, exit from DVD players (Reuters)
Reuters - Struggling Japanese electronics maker Sanyo Electric Co. (6764.T) said on Wednesday it would complete two-thirds of planned job cuts by January 2006.

RealNetworks to run Cingular mobile video service (Reuters)
Reuters - Cingular Wireless, the biggest U.S. wireless service, plans to use RealNetworks Inc.'s video streaming technology to deliver video to mobile phones, the companies said late on Tuesday.

Sun Releases StarOffice 8 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) has released StarOffice 8, the newest iteration of the company's office-productivity suite that now offers better compatibility with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Office files.

Symantec Revamps Consumer Security Package (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The security software maker updates its Norton lineup for consumers, dropping several standalone products and moving its anti-virus offering to a fully subscription-based service.

Army Probes Complaints of Corpse Photos (AP)
AP - The Army is investigating complaints that soldiers posted photographs of Iraqi corpses on an Internet site in exchange for access to pornographic images on the site, officials said Tuesday.

Eight charged in theft of "Star Wars" movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Federal officials on Tuesday charged eight people with several crimes related to the illegal theft, copying and Internet distribution of hit movie, "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith."

FCC Backs Off on Internet Phone Deadline (AP)
AP - The Federal Communications Commission backed off again Tuesday on enforcing a deadline for Internet phone service providers to disconnect all customers who haven't acknowledged that they understand it may be hard to reach a live emergency dispatcher when dialing 911.

D.C. 'Blade' Launches Gay News Web Portal (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - BladeWire culls news items of interest to the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender) community and packages them in a wire service format. Window Media, the parent company of the D.C.-based gay weekly, is offering BladeWire free to other Web sites.

Mediation Begins in Music Copyright Trial (AP)
In a file photo provided  by NASDAQ, Robin Li, CEO of Baidu.com, Inc., speaks at the podium while presiding over the close of trading on the NASDAQ in connection with the company's initial public offering at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square, New York, Friday August 5, 2005.   Four music giants and their local subsidiaries have entered mediation with Baidu.com, China's largest Internet search engine, over the recording companies' claims of copyright infringement. Discussions that began Monday, Sept. 26, 2005, at the Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People's Court, the official China Daily newspaper said.  (AP Photo/Nasdaq, Rob Tannenbaum)AP - Four music giants and their local subsidiaries have entered mediation with Baidu.com, China's largest Internet search engine, over the recording companies' claims of copyright infringement.


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Purported al-Qaida Newscast Makes Debut (AP)
AP - A purported al-Qaida newscast that promises weekly updates made its online debut with a report read by a masked man that included video of Hurricane Katrina — subtitled "divine punishment" — and a message from the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq.

New Service Authenticates Campaign Sites (PC World)
PC World - States sign up for technology that confirms, certifies source of political information online.

Symantec Updates Internet Security Suite (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC) has upgraded its flagship Norton Internet Security platform, making the security applications more user friendly by offering plain-language guidance on safe-computing strategies in a new "protection center."

FIFA warns over Internet 'phishing' scam (AFP)
FIFA warned that its name is being abused in an Internet scam involving 'phishing,' the illegal use of account holders' details, obtained and generally used online.(FIFA)AFP - FIFA warned that its name is being abused in an Internet scam involving "phishing," the illegal use of account holders' details, obtained and generally used online.


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China's largest search engine attempts mediation with music giants (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.(Baidu)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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