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Microsoft: No Office Software for Linux (PC World)
PC World - Future of open-source software debated at LinuxWorld conference.

Microsoft to Offer New Security Service (AP)
In this photo released by the  European Commission, EU Commissioner for Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-Fraud Siim Kallas, left, shakes hands with Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Steve Ballmer at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. ( AP Photo/European Commission)AP - Microsoft Corp. is gearing up to release a subscription service that will make it easier for network technicians at big businesses to make sure computers don't fall prey to spyware or virus attacks.


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Japan aims to boost state use of free Linux software (AFP)
A computer chip. Japan aims to switch some government computers to the free Linux operating system and reduce its dependence on Microsoft Windows(AFP/File/John G.Mabanglo)AFP - Japan aims to switch some government computers to the free Linux operating system and reduce its dependence on Microsoft Windows.


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Microsoft: No Office software for Linux (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. is not going to release a version of its Office suite software for open-source rival Linux, although the company is actively studying how Linux works and how it can integrate with the platform, a Microsoft representative said Wednesday.

Microsoft Scraps Music Plans (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) wants to get into the online music subscription business -- but not at music companies' lofty prices.

EU Names Briton to Monitor Microsoft (AP)
In this photo released by the  European Commission, EU Commissioner for Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-Fraud Siim Kallas, left, shakes hands with Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Steve Ballmer at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. ( AP Photo/European Commission)AP - The European Commission appointed a British computer scientist Wednesday to oversee whether Microsoft Corp. is complying with a 2004 antitrust decision.


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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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EU appoints watchdog to guard over Microsoft's antitrust compliance (AFP)
Microsoft's Windows XP Pro operating system rolls off the assembly line. The European Union's executive commission appointed a British computer scientist to help it make sure Microsoft is complying with a 2004 antitrust ruling.(AFP/Microsoft/File/Jeff Christensen)AFP - The European Union's executive commission appointed a British computer scientist to help it make sure US software giant Microsoft is complying with a 2004 antitrust ruling as the long-standing competition dispute rumbles on.


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Microsoft CEO to talk to Europe's antitrust chief (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - In a meeting on Wednesday, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will try to dissuade Europe's antitrust chief, Neelie Kroes, from acting on fresh complaints about the software giant's tactics in Europe. Microsoft's antitrust fight is being closely watched by the tech industry and in legal circles.

EU names trustee for Microsoft (Reuters)
In this photo released by the  European Commission, EU Commissioner for Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-Fraud Siim Kallas, left, shakes hands with Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Steve Ballmer at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. ( AP Photo/European Commission)Reuters - The European Commission has appointed a computer scientist to help ensure that Microsoft Corp. complies with a 2004 ruling on how its software is sold, a latest step in the landmark anti-trust case.


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Microsoft to Offer New Security Service (AP)
In this photo released by the  European Commission, EU Commissioner for Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-Fraud Siim Kallas, left, shakes hands with Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Steve Ballmer at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. ( AP Photo/European Commission)AP - Microsoft Corp. is gearing up to release a subscription service that will make it easier for network technicians at big businesses to make sure computers don't fall prey to spyware or virus attacks.


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Google Localizes Online Maps Service (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is combining its popular online maps with its local search features, continuing a quest to increase its already rapidly rising advertising revenue.

Video Game Addicts Concern S.Korean Gov't (AP)
AP - Jun Mung-gyu remembers the throbbing pain in his head and shoulder aches from spending as many as 15 hours a day hunched over a computer keyboard battling his online foes.

Apple Expected to Unveil Video-Enabled IPod (AP)
AP - A new video-enabled iPod is expected to be unveiled by Apple Computer Inc. during a press conference next week — though the maverick company is masterful at foiling such predictions.

Government Cracks Down on Spyware Operation (AP)
AP - Government regulators are trying to shut down a company they say secretly downloaded spyware onto the computers of unwitting Internet users, rendering them helpless to a flood of pop-up ads, computer crashes and other annoyances.

AOL to buy Weblogs Inc. network -source (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online Inc. has agreed to buy Weblogs Inc., a network of Internet sites focused on niche topics ranging from food to gadgets, for around $25 million, a source familiar with the deal said on Wednesday.

Next Big Thing: Satellite TV in Cars (AP)
KVH TracVision A5 provides live mobile satellite TV with DIRECTV's dedicated in-car programming package loaded on board this TracVision Honda Element on Wednesday morning, Oct. 5, 2005, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)AP - As their average commute time rises, Americans are making their vehicles increasingly homelike, with cushy seats, multiple zones of climate control and DVD players. So it's no surprise that the next big thing in vehicle accessories is satellite television.


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Phone Reminds Muslims of Prayer Time (AP)
AP - For Muslims, it's a high-tech call to prayer. A new cellular telephone generates five automated reminders a day at prayer time, points Muslims in the direction of Mecca and contains a copy of the Islamic holy book, the Quran, in both Arabic and English.

Microsoft: No Office Software for Linux (PC World)
PC World - Future of open-source software debated at LinuxWorld conference.

Japan aims to boost state use of free Linux software (AFP)
A computer chip. Japan aims to switch some government computers to the free Linux operating system and reduce its dependence on Microsoft Windows(AFP/File/John G.Mabanglo)AFP - Japan aims to switch some government computers to the free Linux operating system and reduce its dependence on Microsoft Windows.


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AOL to buy Weblogs Inc. network -source (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online Inc. has agreed to buy Weblogs Inc., a network of Internet sites focused on niche topics ranging from food to gadgets, for around $25 million, a source familiar with the deal said on Wednesday.

Video Game Addicts Concern S.Korean Gov't (AP)
AP - Jun Mung-gyu remembers the throbbing pain in his head and shoulder aches from spending as many as 15 hours a day hunched over a computer keyboard battling his online foes.

Google Localizes Online Maps Service (AP)
AP - Google Inc. is combining its popular online maps with its local search features, continuing a quest to increase its already rapidly rising advertising revenue.

VOY Starts Bilingual Blog Service (AP)
AP - VOY, a media company that targets the growing Spanish-language market, has launched a service that allows users to create free blogs in Spanish and English.

Study: 32 Percent of Adults Offline (AP)
AP - Despite progress getting Americans online — particularly through high-speed connections — 32 percent of adults remain unconnected, some of them by choice, a new study finds.

Government Cracks Down on Spyware Operation (AP)
AP - Government regulators are trying to shut down a company they say secretly downloaded spyware onto the computers of unwitting Internet users, rendering them helpless to a flood of pop-up ads, computer crashes and other annoyances.

Apple Expected to Unveil Video IPod Next Week (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Analysts and bloggers are convinced it's coming. But they've been wrong before.

AOL Adds Search Features (TechWeb)
TechWeb - America Online has released a new version of its search engine that includes several new features, such as the ability to save search results.

Windows XP SP3 Preview Surfaces Online (PC World)
PC World - "Unofficial" preview pack includes log-on improvements and network fixes for Windows XP PCs.

'Star Trek' Spoof Gaining Internet Fame (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A 'Star Trek' spoof made by a group of Finnish filmmakers is traveling the Internet at warp speed, drawing hundreds of thousands of downloads in less than a week.

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