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Compuware backs Eclipse, Microsoft (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - With Eclipse and Microsoft Windows emerging as the dominant development platforms, Compuware is staking a claim in both camps.

Microsoft Changes Tune on Windows XP SP3 (PC World)
PC World - The software giant now says that when Vista ships, the XP update will follow.

Fuller list of Xbox 360 launch games emerging (Reuters)
An Xbox news conference in Tokyo September 15, 2005. Video game publishers this week revealed most of the lineup of titles slated for release when the Xbox 360 game console ships to stores next month -- news many expected from Microsoft Corp. REUTERS/Issei KatoReuters - Video game publishers this week revealed their lineups for the launch of Microsoft's new Xbox -- closely watched information in an industry where the success of a game console is tied to the availability of cutting-edge titles.


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Microsoft, Motorola Collaborate on Platform for Law Enforcement (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and Motorola (NYSE: MOT) have partnered on a project that will lead to a full line of technologies for first responders, law enforcement and criminal-justice agencies around the country.

Microsoft Unveils Desktop-Security Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has provided details on a new security application created to protect corporate desktops, servers and laptops against security threats.

Next MS Patch Day Brings IE, Exchange Updates (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A cumulative patch for Internet Explorer and updates to Microsoft Exchange are expected when Redmond releases its next security bulletins.

Microsoft says Windows is safer than you think (Reuters)
Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer arrives at a Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) meeting in west London October 4, 2005. Microsoft launched a trust-building initiative on Thursday designed to show its commitment and progress to date in making its frequently attacked Windows computer operating system more secure from hackers. REUTERS/Dylan MartinezReuters - Microsoft Corp. launched a trust-building initiative on Thursday designed to show its commitment and progress to date in making its frequently attacked Windows computer operating system more secure from hackers.


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PeopleSoft founder has plans for a palace (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - PeopleSoft founder David Duffield has a new dream: He wants to build a home in Alamo bigger than the Hearst Castle, the White House or Microsoft guru Bill Gates' palatial Washington state digs.

Google focuses on users, not Microsoft (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Google Inc. Co-founder and President of Products Larry Page starts counting after he runs a query on the company’s search engine to see how quickly the results come back.

Bill Gates, meet the new OS for Palm (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Palm, the Sunnyvale maker of multi-function Treo phones, will have some star power from Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on hand Monday when it's expected to launch its first Treo that uses a Windows-based Microsoft operating system, industry sources said.

Yahoo CEO Belittles Google's Expansion (AP)
This handout photo shows Building D at the Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.   US Internet giant Yahoo! Inc. unveiled plans to take on its arch-rival Google with the launch of an ambitious and controversial online library of tens of thousands of classic books.(AFP/HO/File/Brian McGuiness)AP - Yahoo Inc. Chairman Terry Semel belittled rival Google Inc.'s recent efforts to expand beyond its leading Internet search engine, describing the diversification as a haphazard attempt to catch up with his company.


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AOL Buys Weblogs to Boost Blog Presence (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. will inherit Engadget, Autoblog and other popular Web journals as part of a $25 million deal announced Thursday that expands AOL's presence in the blogging community and the company's potential to attract advertising dollars.

Court Rules in Favor of Anonymous Blogger (AP)
AP - In a decision hailed by free-speech advocates, the Delaware Supreme Court on Wednesday reversed a lower court decision requiring an Internet service provider to disclose the identity of an anonymous blogger who targeted a local elected official.

Australian Court Rules 'Mod Chips' Legal (AP)
AP - Australia's High Court ruled unanimously Thursday that modifying Sony PlayStation consoles so that they can play cheaper overseas versions of the company's games does not violate Australian copyright laws.

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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Green Day sets 'special' show at L.A. theater (Reuters)
Green Day lead singer Billy Joe Armstrong performs before the start of the New England Patriots home opener game in Massachusetts September 8, 2005. The band's previously announced 'special' concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com). REUTERS/Jessica RinaldiReuters - Punk rock trio Green Day's previously announced "special" concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com).


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Blockbuster to miss online DVD rental target (Reuters)
Reuters - Blockbuster Inc. , the No. 1 U.S. video rental chain, on Thursday said it will miss its target of 2 million subscribers and expects domestic same-store rental revenue to drop 1 percent compared to its 2004 third-quarter results.

MCI shareholders clear Verizon's 8.5 billion dollar buyout (AFP)
The MCI building in Arlington, Virginia, is seen in this 2002 file photo. Shareholders of MCI, the telecom firm that emerged from failed giant WorldCom, voted 'by an overwhelming margin' to approve the USD8.5 billion sale to Verizon Communications, the company said.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)AFP - Shareholders of MCI, the telecom firm that emerged from failed giant WorldCom, voted "by an overwhelming margin" to approve the USD8.5 billion sale to Verizon Communications, the company said.


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Check Point Snaps Up Sourcefire (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Sourcefire is the maker of Snort, an open-source intrusion detection and prevention technology that underpins its real-time network security software; no layoffs are expected.

Symantec Reports Critical Security Flaw in AntiVirus Scan Engine (PC World)
PC World - A bug in the software could allow remote attackers to take control of the computer.

AOL Buys Weblogs to Boost Blog Presence (AP)
AP - America Online Inc. will inherit Engadget, Autoblog and other popular Web journals as part of a $25 million deal announced Thursday that expands AOL's presence in the blogging community and the company's potential to attract advertising dollars.

Court Rules in Favor of Anonymous Blogger (AP)
AP - In a decision hailed by free-speech advocates, the Delaware Supreme Court on Wednesday reversed a lower court decision requiring an Internet service provider to disclose the identity of an anonymous blogger who targeted a local elected official.

Yahoo CEO Belittles Google's Expansion (AP)
This handout photo shows Building D at the Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.   US Internet giant Yahoo! Inc. unveiled plans to take on its arch-rival Google with the launch of an ambitious and controversial online library of tens of thousands of classic books.(AFP/HO/File/Brian McGuiness)AP - Yahoo Inc. Chairman Terry Semel belittled rival Google Inc.'s recent efforts to expand beyond its leading Internet search engine, describing the diversification as a haphazard attempt to catch up with his company.


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Green Day sets 'special' show at L.A. theater (Reuters)
Green Day lead singer Billy Joe Armstrong performs before the start of the New England Patriots home opener game in Massachusetts September 8, 2005. The band's previously announced 'special' concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com). REUTERS/Jessica RinaldiReuters - Punk rock trio Green Day's previously announced "special" concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com).


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Blockbuster to miss online DVD rental target (Reuters)
Reuters - Blockbuster Inc. , the No. 1 U.S. video rental chain, on Thursday said it will miss its target of 2 million subscribers and expects domestic same-store rental revenue to drop 1 percent compared to its 2004 third-quarter results.

Congress Skeptical of FCC School Aid Plan (AP)
AP - Lawmakers expressed concern Thursday that a federal plan to help Katrina-devastated schools and libraries may shortchange poor kids at schools elsewhere.

ISP Spat Severs Connections (PC World)
PC World - A contract dispute between Level 3 and Cogent leaves some customers cut off from parts of the Net.

Dispute leads to Internet woes for thousands (Reuters)
Reuters - Thousands of Internet users struggled to send e-mail and keep their Web sites running on Thursday after a dispute between two service providers left large portions of the Internet unable to talk to each other.

Maturing Industry Feels Growing Pains (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - While Internet advertising executives are basking in the glow of the medium's newfound prominence, attention is turning to the hurdles that could slow this segment of the industry from building scale beyond a niche medium. Among the problems discussed during Advertising Week events were the complexity of dealing with a fractured media landscape, a paucity of qualified talent and the creeping concern that the current traditional agency structure could impede the move to more digital advertising.

Next MS Patch Day Brings IE, Exchange Updates (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - A cumulative patch for Internet Explorer and updates to Microsoft Exchange are expected when Redmond releases its next security bulletins.

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