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Microsoft Loses in Eolas Patent Decision (PC World)
PC World - University offshoot claimed IE violated its patent for embedding interactive content in Web sites.

Hackers Advise Microsoft on IE (PC World)
PC World - Developers offer a peek at browser update, accept suggestions.

Microsoft Promises Better Server Integration (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Commerce and BizTalk Server 2006 will integrate well, a Microsoft exec promises, but how Content Management ties in remains hazy.

Post-Reorg Microsoft Readies New Services (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Updated: Among the first of the slew of new hosted and managed services expected to debut from the software giant: a small-business real-time communications bundle and a 'four nines' Exchange service.

Microsoft's Gates, Ballmer Get Raises (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, the world's richest man, is worth $51 billion. CEO Ballmer is worth a paltry $14 billion.

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.

Firefox Momentum Slows (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Firefox's once-strong surge against Microsoft Internet Explorer could be showing signs of losing momentum

Microsoft to Focus on Networking at MVP Summit (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond employees will have the opportunity at the summit to connect with recognized experts in the community.

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.

Kodak Ships Computer-Free Wireless Camera (AP)
A Kodak EasyShare-one camera is shown in Rochester, N.Y., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Eastman Kodak Co. has just begun shipping the groundbreaking digital camera that, within range of hotels, coffee shops, airport lounges, offices, homes and other wireless hot spots, can deliver high-quality pictures directly onto the Internet and into e-mail boxes around the globe. (AP Photo/David Duprey)AP - After a summer-long delay, Eastman Kodak Co. has begun shipping the first digital camera with Wi-Fi wireless technology to e-mail photos directly to friends and family without a computer.


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Subway Authorities Eye IPod-Friendly Maps (AP)
William Bright displays his iPod with a subway map display outside the Prince Street subway station in New York Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Bright had downoadable subway maps on his website until he received a 'cease and desist' letter from a lawyer for the Metropolitan Transit Authority. (AP Photo/Babeto Matthews)AP - It seemed like such a great idea: digitally shrink maps of major subway systems and put them online so people can download them to their iPods for free.


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Chip Helps Electric Outlet Go Broadband (AP)
Panasonic News Bureau staff Satoko Kubo displays an adapter for high-definition-ready, high-speed power line communication (HD-PLC), Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.'s brand new broadband technology, during its demonstration in Tokyo Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Tired of the hassle of linking up your home wireless network? The common electric socket will serve as the connection to broadband with a new chip developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Products are still being developed, but gadgets embedded with the chip will hook up to broadband , merely by plugging into the common electric outlet. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - The common electric socket will serve as your home's connection to broadband with a new chip developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. — doing away with all the Ethernet cables or the hassle of hooking up to a wireless network device.


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U.S. Insists on Keeping Control of Web (AP)
AP - A senior U.S. official rejected calls on Thursday for a U.N. body to take over control of the main computers that direct traffic on the Internet, reiterating U.S. intentions to keep its historical role as the medium's principal overseer.

Toshiba Delays Launch of HD DVD Players (AP)
AP - In an apparent tactical retreat in the high-stakes battle for the next generation of video discs, Toshiba Corp. has delayed the U.S. launch of the first players supporting its HD DVD format.

Record industry sues hundreds for file-sharing (Reuters)
Lawmakers pushed federal authorities Wednesday to crack down on peer-to-peer services that pirate copyrighted works, while one P2P operator told them pressure from the recording industry was forcing him to change his ways. (Sherwin Crasto/Reuters)Reuters - A trade group representing the U.S. music industry said on Thursday it filed lawsuits against 757 people it claims used online file-sharing networks to illegally trade in copyrighted songs.


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Threat Alert: Antivirus Killers (PC World)
PC World - Savvy invaders can erode your PC's defenses and make it even more vulnerable.

Maker Of Memory And Storage Gear Isn't Just A Flash In The Pan (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - The onslaught of a billion or more new mobile gadgets a year is a given. But the technology behind these ever-multiplying, ever-sophisticated electronic devices is up for grabs.

In Brief: Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 supports Mac OS X 'Tiger' (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Macromedia announced the availability of the Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Updater, a free incremental release that adds support for Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" and Mac OS X Server 10.4 "Tiger", and also updates support for Oracle 10g, Red Hat Linux AS 4, Solaris 10, and IBM WebSphere 5 Network Deployment. In addition to expanded support, ColdFusion MX 7 Updater offers security fixes and other enhancements. To download the free ColdFusion MX 7 Updater go to http://www.macromedia.com/coldfusion.

GE to Buy IDX in $1.2 Billion Deal (AP)
General Electric Company said Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005, that its health care unit would buy IDX Systems Corp., which produces software for hospitals and doctors from its headquarters in South Burlington, in a deal valued at $1.2 Billion.  (AP Photo/Alden Pellett)AP - General Electric Co. said Thursday that its health care unit would buy IDX Systems Corp., which produces software for hospitals and doctors' offices, in a deal the companies valued at $1.2 billion.


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Record industry sues hundreds for file-sharing (Reuters)
Lawmakers pushed federal authorities Wednesday to crack down on peer-to-peer services that pirate copyrighted works, while one P2P operator told them pressure from the recording industry was forcing him to change his ways. (Sherwin Crasto/Reuters)Reuters - A trade group representing the U.S. music industry said on Thursday it filed lawsuits against 757 people it claims used online file-sharing networks to illegally trade in copyrighted songs.


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U.S. Insists on Keeping Control of Web (AP)
AP - A senior U.S. official rejected calls on Thursday for a U.N. body to take over control of the main computers that direct traffic on the Internet, reiterating U.S. intentions to keep its historical role as the medium's principal overseer.

Chip Helps Electric Outlet Go Broadband (AP)
Panasonic News Bureau staff Satoko Kubo displays an adapter for high-definition-ready, high-speed power line communication (HD-PLC), Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.'s brand new broadband technology, during its demonstration in Tokyo Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Tired of the hassle of linking up your home wireless network? The common electric socket will serve as the connection to broadband with a new chip developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Products are still being developed, but gadgets embedded with the chip will hook up to broadband , merely by plugging into the common electric outlet. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)AP - The common electric socket will serve as your home's connection to broadband with a new chip developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. — doing away with all the Ethernet cables or the hassle of hooking up to a wireless network device.


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Subway Authorities Eye IPod-Friendly Maps (AP)
William Bright displays his iPod with a subway map display outside the Prince Street subway station in New York Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Bright had downoadable subway maps on his website until he received a 'cease and desist' letter from a lawyer for the Metropolitan Transit Authority. (AP Photo/Babeto Matthews)AP - It seemed like such a great idea: digitally shrink maps of major subway systems and put them online so people can download them to their iPods for free.


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Microsoft Loses in Eolas Patent Decision (PC World)
PC World - University offshoot claimed IE violated its patent for embedding interactive content in Web sites.

MySpace digs in for Nine Inch Nails tour (Reuters)
Reuters - MySpace, the online community that recently agreed to be purchased by News Corp., said this week that it is the title sponsor of rock band Nine Inch Nails North American tour.

Crowd Control: Handing Creative To The Masses (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The proliferation of digital technology has made it easier than ever for people to create their own content, from blogs to podcasts to short films. With consumer engagement the new law of the land, advertisers are beginning to tap into that by encouraging consumers to create their own expressions of brands—and in some cases, even help craft their ads.

Q&A With Online Innovator Adrian Holovaty (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK A newspaper junkie trained at the University of Missouri, Adrian Holovaty in many ways embodies the future of online journalism, even though much of his time is spent deep inside lines of code.

Skype Updates With Call Forwarding, Ring Tones (PC World)
PC World - Internet telephony software now offers personalized avatars, sound clips.

Some Web Telephones Can't Re-Use Numbers (AP)
AP - Kirsten Dixson was proud to be an early adopter when she signed up her career coaching business for Internet-based telephone service earlier this year.

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