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Google, Sun in Challenge to Microsoft (AP)
Sun Microsystems Inc. chief executive Scott McNealy, left, receives a lava lamp from Google Inc. chief executive Eric Schmidt, right, during a news conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005. Google took a big step toward challenging Microsoft Corp.'s dominance in computer word-processing and spreadsheets with the announcement Tuesday that it would distribute Java technology from Sun Microsystems.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc. took a step toward challenging Microsoft Corp.'s dominance of computer software with the announcement Tuesday of a collaboration agreement with Sun Microsystems Inc.


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Google, Sun Microsystems team up in challenge to Microsoft Office (AFP)
Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy, pictured in 2004.  Internet search king Google and US tech giant Sun Microsystems said they would team up to offer spreadsheet and word processing software online in a head-on challenge to rival Microsoft.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Internet search king Google and US tech giant Sun Microsystems said they were teaming up to offer free spreadsheet and word-processing software online in a head-on challenge to rival Microsoft.


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Microsoft Out of Online Music Talks (AP)
AP - After weeks of negotiations, Microsoft Corp. has suspended talks with the four major record companies over the licensing terms for a new online music subscription service, according to music industry people familiar with the talks.

Microsoft reveals game lineup for Xbox 360 launch (Reuters)
Microsoft Co. Ltd. General Manager of Xbox Division Yoshihiro Maruyama is silhouetted in front of a screen showing a logo of the companys new game console Xbox 360, at a news conference in Tokyo September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Issei Kato Photo via NewsComReuters - Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled a partial roster of video games for the launch of its new Xbox 360 game console next month.


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Microsoft, film studios tap Jackson for 'Halo' (Reuters)
Gamers await the release of Halo 2 in Times Square, November 8, 2004. The Oscar-winning creative team behind the 'The Lord of the Rings' films, including director Peter Jackson, has been named to run the production of the upcoming film based on Microsoft's blockbuster 'Halo' video game, the company said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Seth WenigReuters - The Oscar-winning creative team behind the "The Lord of the Rings" films, including director Peter Jackson, has been named to run the production of the upcoming film based on Microsoft Corp.'s blockbuster "Halo" video game, the company said on Tuesday.


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Miers Represented Microsoft In Defective MS-DOS Case (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Harriet Miers, President Bush's nominee to the Supreme Court and John Roberts, the new Chief Justice, are just a step apart, linked by the biggest name in the technology business: Microsoft.

Microsoft Office 12 Will Support PDF Natively (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) next iteration of its most popular application suite, Office 12, will allow users to publish documents in the Adobe PDF format.

Google-Sun Deal Offers No Microsoft Killer (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Analysts say the development and distribution partnership will benefit both companies without promising anything as radical as a Google OS.

Google, Sun To Announce Alliance To Rival Microsoft Office (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google and Sun Microsystems are set to announce a "collaborative effort," sparking wide speculation that they are planning to release Web-based software that competes with Microsoft Office.

Microsoft, Motorola Team On Public Safety Software (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft is joining with Motorola in an alliance to improve software applications for public safety and criminal justice customers.

Google, Sun in Challenge to Microsoft (AP)
Sun Microsystems Inc. chief executive Scott McNealy, left, receives a lava lamp from Google Inc. chief executive Eric Schmidt, right, during a news conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005. Google took a big step toward challenging Microsoft Corp.'s dominance in computer word-processing and spreadsheets with the announcement Tuesday that it would distribute Java technology from Sun Microsystems.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Google Inc. took a step toward challenging Microsoft Corp.'s dominance of computer software with the announcement Tuesday of a collaboration agreement with Sun Microsystems Inc.


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Yahoo Inc. Acquires Upcoming.org (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. has acquired Upcoming.org, an online event planning site that's expected to infuse the Internet powerhouse with more content about local communities.

Online Lawsuits Fuel Debate in France (AP)
French lawyer Jean-Marc Goldnadel poses next to his computer showing his website classaction.fr, Thursday Sept.29, 2005. The site has ruffled France's traditionalist legal and business establishments and raised the temperature of a debate on government plans to let groups of citizens file U.S-style class actions in French courts. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)AP - Attorney Jean-Marc Goldnadel knew he was going to make waves when he launched classaction.fr — a French Web site that lets users sign up to lawsuits online for as little as 12 euros ($14.50).


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Business Leaders Seek Anti-Piracy Action (AP)
AP - Business leaders representing industries ranging from pharmaceutical to software agreed at a meeting here Tuesday to form a coalition to lobby governments around the world to step up the fight against international piracy and counterfeiting.

High-Tech Homes Debut in Utah (AP)
AP - A housing development of futuristic, digital homes went online and on sale this week in St. George. The homes are fiber optic-ready and let an owner control everything from heating and cooling to phone service and security through a home network.

Apple stirs product speculation over Oct 12 event (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. has e-mailed invitations to reporters for a special event next week, prompting speculation on the Internet that the company would unveil a long-rumored iPod that can display videos.

Apple plans to announce new product (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Apple Computer revealed Tuesday that next week it will make its second major product announcement in a little over a month, fueling speculation the company will unveil a video iPod player.

Eminem Files Suit Over Cellular Ring Tones (AP)
Eminem performs during the 45th Annual Grammy Awards in New York, Feb. 23, 2003. Eminem's publishing companies filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005, in U.S. District Court in Detroit seeking a court order to prohibit five companies from selling Eminem song ring tones on the Internet. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)AP - Grammy-winning rapper Eminem's publishing companies filed a lawsuit in an effort to stop his songs from being used as cell phone ring tones.


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Google Finally Goofs Up (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Go ahead, type your hate mail. I can take it. Just remember that when you read that I think Google (Nasdaq: GOOG - News) may be the most brilliant of all the copycats out there. But teaming with Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW - News) to push StarOffice? Why, Google? Why?

Sun, Google in software distribution pact (Reuters)
Google headquarters is seen in Mountain View, California in this August 18, 2004 file photo. [Photo via NewsCom]Reuters - Google Inc. will promote Sun Microsystems Inc.'s word processing and office software products in an alliance announced on Tuesday that could mark a first step toward challenging Microsoft Corp's dominance of the computer users' desktops.


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Yahoo Inc. Acquires Upcoming.org (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc. has acquired Upcoming.org, an online event planning site that's expected to infuse the Internet powerhouse with more content about local communities.

High-Tech Homes Debut in Utah (AP)
AP - A housing development of futuristic, digital homes went online and on sale this week in St. George. The homes are fiber optic-ready and let an owner control everything from heating and cooling to phone service and security through a home network.

Online Lawsuits Fuel Debate in France (AP)
French lawyer Jean-Marc Goldnadel poses next to his computer showing his website classaction.fr, Thursday Sept.29, 2005. The site has ruffled France's traditionalist legal and business establishments and raised the temperature of a debate on government plans to let groups of citizens file U.S-style class actions in French courts. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)AP - Attorney Jean-Marc Goldnadel knew he was going to make waves when he launched classaction.fr — a French Web site that lets users sign up to lawsuits online for as little as 12 euros ($14.50).


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Apple stirs product speculation over Oct 12 event (Reuters)
Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. has e-mailed invitations to reporters for a special event next week, prompting speculation on the Internet that the company would unveil a long-rumored iPod that can display videos.

NewsGator Acquires NetNewsWire For The Mac (TechWeb)
TechWeb - NewsGator Technologies Inc. on Tuesday said it has acquired NetNewsWire, an RSS newsreader for the Mac OS X.

Google, Sun Microsystems team up in challenge to Microsoft Office (AFP)
Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy, pictured in 2004.  Internet search king Google and US tech giant Sun Microsystems said they would team up to offer spreadsheet and word processing software online in a head-on challenge to rival Microsoft.(AFP/Getty Images/File/Justin Sullivan)AFP - Internet search king Google and US tech giant Sun Microsystems said they were teaming up to offer free spreadsheet and word-processing software online in a head-on challenge to rival Microsoft.


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PriceGrabber.com Launches Mobile-Phone Comparison Service (TechWeb)
TechWeb - PriceGrabber.com on Tuesday launched a comparison shopping service that enables online shoppers to compare cellular phones and plans from multiple carriers and resellers based on the consumers' preferences for monthly minutes, monthly cost and available phones.

Sprint Nextel sues Vonage over VOIP patents (Reuters)
Reuters - Sprint Nextel Corp. said on Tuesday that a subsidiary had filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Vonage Holdings Corp. and another Internet-based calling service.

Sprint Nextel Sues Vonage, Others (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Sprint Nextel has sued Vonage Holdings Corp., Voiceglo Holdings and Theglobe.com, accusing them of infringing on seven patents related to Internet telephony technology.

Earthlink to build Philadelphia wireless network (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet service provider EarthLink Inc. plans to build a city-wide wireless network for Philadelphia to provide residents and businesses with Internet access, according to the company.

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