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Microsoft Signs $2.36M Montenegro Deal (AP)
AP - Montenegro signed a $2.36 million deal Friday for the use of Microsoft Corp.'s software in the Balkan republic's state institutions.

Patent Office Rules Against Microsoft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a decision that could send massive shockwaves around the Internet-development community, the U.S. Patent Office has ruled that Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) infringed upon the plug-in patent held by the University of California and its Eolas Technology spin-off.

A Big Deal Under The Radar (BusinessWeek Online)
BusinessWeek Online - One minute, eBay is buying Internet phone service Skype. An hour after that, Wachovia buys auto financier Westcorp. Oracle takes out Siebel Systems just 32 minutes later. All this came days before investors began drooling for details of a possible Microsoft deal for part of Time Warner's America Online. It's deal ania, once again, and in every mania some things get neglected -- sometimes promising things. This time the $4. ...

Microsoft OneNote 12 Details Emerge (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is readying a new version of its note-taking program that will feature new collaboration and search capabilities.

Microsoft CEO to Meet With EU Regulators (AP)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer answers a reporters question in Seoul. The European Union's Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes will meet Ballmer next Wednesday to discuss competition issues, a Commission spokesman said on Friday. Photo taken July 1 2004. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp.'s chief executive, Steve Ballmer, will meet with the European Union's antitrust chief next week, her spokesman said Friday, as the world's biggest software company appeals a March 2004 ruling by EU regulators.


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Microsoft CEO to meet EU competition boss (Reuters)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer answers a reporters question in Seoul. The European Union's Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes will meet Ballmer next Wednesday to discuss competition issues, a Commission spokesman said on Friday. Photo taken July 1 2004. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)Reuters - The European Union's Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes will meet Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Steve Ballmer next Wednesday to discuss competition issues, a Commission spokesman said on Friday.


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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.

EU Wants Shared Control of Internet (AP)
AP - The European Union insisted Friday that governments and the private sector must share the responsibility of overseeing the Internet, setting the stage for a showdown with the United States on the future of Internet governance.

Google Prevails in Age Discrimination Suit (AP)
AP - A California judge has sided with Google Inc. in an age discrimination lawsuit filed by a former manager who alleged the online search engine leader had fired him because he didn't fit in with the company's youthful culture.

Kodak Ships Computer-Free Wireless Camera (AP)
A Kodak employee, not pictured, demonstrates the Kodak EasyShare-one camera searching for a wireless network at a coffe shop in Rochester, N.Y., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2005. Eastman Kodak Co. has just begun shipping a 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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Google proposes free Wi-Fi for San Francisco-WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc has offered to provide free wireless Internet services in the city of San Francisco, the Wall Street Journal reported on its Web site on Friday.

China Deports American DVD Pirate (PC World)
PC World - Convicted man sent home early after serving five months of a two-and-a-half-year jail sentence.

Intel, Qualcomm Ready To Fight Over Emerging WiMax Standard (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - A battle is brewing between Intel and Qualcomm, and the future of the wireless phone industry could hang in the balance.

NetBeans open source tools getting refreshed (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The Sun Microsystems-led NetBeans developer community this week released a beta version of the NetBeans 5.0 open source IDE, with enhancements for client development based on Java.

SAP to offer major SCM upgrades in Release 5.0 (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With supply-chain management becoming a key benchmark for success in most industries, SAP will offer its enterprise customers enhanced SCM capabilities in the next release of its enterprise software, SAP 2005.

Google proposes free Wi-Fi for San Francisco-WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - Google Inc has offered to provide free wireless Internet services in the city of San Francisco, the Wall Street Journal reported on its Web site on Friday.

EU Wants Shared Control of Internet (AP)
AP - The European Union insisted Friday that governments and the private sector must share the responsibility of overseeing the Internet, setting the stage for a showdown with the United States on the future of Internet governance.

Calif. gov. signs law to punish 'phishing' scams (Reuters)
Reuters - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill on Friday making Internet "phishing" identity theft scams punishable by law.

Google Prevails in Age Discrimination Suit (AP)
AP - A California judge has sided with Google Inc. in an age discrimination lawsuit filed by a former manager who alleged the online search engine leader had fired him because he didn't fit in with the company's youthful culture.

Patent Office Rules Against Microsoft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In a decision that could send massive shockwaves around the Internet-development community, the U.S. Patent Office has ruled that Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) infringed upon the plug-in patent held by the University of California and its Eolas Technology spin-off.

Online games spawn own economy, society (Reuters)
Reuters - Emerson Larkin, 23, just reaped $400 selling two characters for Blizzard Entertainment's "World of Warcraft" after investing nearly 75 online gaming hours creating them.

Give up web domination, US told (AFP)
The United States was isolated as it sought to defend its monopoly over regulation of the Internet against the European Union and other countries that are demanding a share of the action, officials said(AFP)AFP - The United States was isolated as it sought to defend its monopoly over regulation of the Internet against the European Union and other countries that are demanding a share of the action, officials said.


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UN telcom agency says would be ready to run Internet (Reuters)
Reuters - The United Nations' International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is ready to take over governance of the Internet from the United States., ITU head Yoshio Utsumi said on Friday.

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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Meth addicts hack into identity theft (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Methamphetamine addicts are using the Internet to commit identity theft, law-enforcement officials and medical experts in the USA and Canada say. Meth addicts also are participating in phishing e-mail scams and selling stolen goods on auction sites to support their habit.

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