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Microsoft Executives Receive Raises (AP)
AP - Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer each earned $1 million last year, an 11 percent raise over the previous fiscal year, Microsoft Corp. reported in a regulatory filing Wednesday.

Peru Votes to Allow Open-Source Software (AP)
AP - Swimming against the Microsoft tide, Peru's Congress has passed legislation that would require public institutions to consider open-source software as an alternative to proprietary systems such as Windows.

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 Ships New Backup Tool (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has released the Data Protection Manager (DPM), a disk-to-disk server application that can take snapshots of data up to eight times a day. The product is aimed at reducing the backup and recovery glitches associated with user error.

Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The free Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit is designed to protect public computers from accidental or malicious damage by their users.

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.

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

Microsoft And JBoss Strike Development Deal (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Improving the performance of JBoss on Microsoft software will help both companies compete against IBM.

Microsoft Releases Data Protection Manager (TechWeb)
TechWeb - With the long-promised Data Protection Manager software shipping, a host of other vendors introduced products that leverage the DPM technology.

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.

Design of $100 Laptop for Kids Unveiled (AP)
The MIT Media Lab has launched a new research initiative to develop a $100 laptop, shown in this artists conception released September 29, 2005. This technology  could revolutionize how we educate the world's children according to Nicholas Negroponte, Lab chairman and co-founder, who announced the project of One Laptop Per Child at the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland in January 2005. The proposed $100 machine will be a Linux-based, full-color, full-screen laptop that will use innovative power (including wind-up) and will be able to do most everything except store huge amounts of data. These rugged laptops will be WiFi- and cell phone-enabled, and have USB ports galore. NO SALES    EDITORIAL USE ONLY    REUTERS/Design Continuum/MIT Media Lab/HandoutAP - The $100 laptop computers that Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers want to get into the hands of the world's children would be durable, flexible and self-reliant.


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Apple: Small Number of IPod Nanos Flawed (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. salesman Brian Tong holds up a new Apple iPod Nano at the Apple Computer Store in Palo Alto, Calif., Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. Display screens crack easily on a small number of iPod Nano digital music players, Apple Computer Inc. acknowledged Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, saying it would replace flawed units. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Display screens crack easily on a small number of iPod Nano digital music players, Apple Computer Inc. acknowledged Wednesday, saying it would replace flawed units.


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Study: Broadband Use Grows in the U.S. (AP)
AP - More than 60 percent of Americans who use the Internet at home now do so with a high-speed connection, a new study finds.

Google Ends Boycott of News.com (AP)
Google headquarters in Mountain View, California.  Internet search powerhouse Google has teamed up with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to do space age research at a sprawling new campus at a former military air base in Silicon Valley, officials announced.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - Google Inc.'s boycott of News.com appears to have ended quietly, less than three months after company executives told the technology news site that they would stop speaking with its reporters for a year.


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REVIEW: Recording Web Radio, TiVo Style (AP)
AP - Want to take your favorite radio shows with you on your portable music player? A few new software packages that record Internet radio make that possible. They all aim to be "TiVo for radio," but the comparison is not quite deserved — none of them is as easy to use as a TiVo.

Google to team with NASA in space research (Reuters)
Reuters - Web search company Google Inc. said on Wednesday it plans to partner with U.S. space agency NASA on space research and to build a new campus at the agency's research center in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Dell Aims High With New PCs, Services (PC World)
PC World - Company expands its XPS line with desktops, notebooks, and premium customer support.

Japan's eAccess in talks with GS (Reuters)
Reuters - Wholesale broadband provider eAccess Ltd. said on Thursday it is in talks with Goldman Sachs over a possible investment in a mobile phone service the Japanese firm aims to start next year.

Red Hat Reports 42 Percent Surge in 2Q (AP)
AP - Linux software distributor Red Hat Inc. reported a 42 percent gain in second-quarter earnings on strong revenue and cash flow, prompting the company to boost its full-year earnings guidance.

BitTorrent Lands $8.75 Million in Funding (AP)
AP - The creator of the popular online file-swapping software BitTorrent has lined up $8.75 million in financing from a venture capital firm in a bid to build his software into a commercial distribution tool for media companies.

Google to team with NASA in space research (Reuters)
Reuters - Web search company Google Inc. said on Wednesday it plans to partner with U.S. space agency NASA on space research and to build a new campus at the agency's research center in the heart of Silicon Valley.

BitTorrent Lands $8.75 Million in Funding (AP)
AP - The creator of the popular online file-swapping software BitTorrent has lined up $8.75 million in financing from a venture capital firm in a bid to build his software into a commercial distribution tool for media companies.

Study: Broadband Use Grows in the U.S. (AP)
AP - More than 60 percent of Americans who use the Internet at home now do so with a high-speed connection, a new study finds.

REVIEW: Recording Web Radio, TiVo Style (AP)
AP - Want to take your favorite radio shows with you on your portable music player? A few new software packages that record Internet radio make that possible. They all aim to be "TiVo for radio," but the comparison is not quite deserved — none of them is as easy to use as a TiVo.

F-Secure Adds Antispyware, Child-Lock Features (PC World)
PC World - Company says Internet Security 2006 software can detect spyware before it is installed.

Army: No Felony in Release of Corpse Pics (AP)
Christoopher Wilson answers a question during an interview as he sits near his computer Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, in Lakeland, Fla. Wilson, an Internet entrepreneur who allows soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan to post gory photos of dead insurgents on his Web site finds himself at the center of an international controversy. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)AP - After an initial look at complaints about U.S. soldiers posting photos of Iraq war dead on an Internet site, Army investigators concluded they had too little evidence to pursue criminal charges.


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No Need for Piracy Bill, Industry Says (AP)
AP - The recording industry and copyright experts urged Congress on Wednesday not to intervene with legislation to curb online piracy of music or movies after a recent ruling from the Supreme Court.

New labels for medicines coming soon: FDA official (Reuters)
Reuters - Prescription drug labels will be easier to read and updated quickly on the Internet as part of an effort being launched later this year to improve information for doctors and patients, a U.S. health official said on Wednesday.

Feds Push Back Deadline for VoIP E911 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Citing progress made by Internet phone providers in complying with an E911 mandate, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Tuesday again granted the companies more time to notify customers about possible limitations regarding emergency services.

Option launches HSPDA cards, has operators interest (Reuters)
Reuters - Europe's biggest data card maker Option said it would start shipping next week cards for HSDPA, becoming the first in the industry to bring to market laptop cards for ultra-fast wireless Internet browsing.

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