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Microsoft Befriends Some Competitors (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even Microsoft can't go it alone against the iPod and AOL IM. That's why Microsoft partnered with RealNetworks and Yahoo.

Nigeria, Microsoft to Fight Internet Fraud (AP)
AP - Nigeria signed an agreement with Microsoft Corp. on Friday to work together to fight Internet crime, officials said Friday.

Microsoft Befriends Some Competitors (AP)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates speaks to students at Princeton University in Princeton, N.J., Friday, Oct. 14, 2005.   Within a decade, Gates told a crowd of about 1,000 at Princeton University on Friday, computers will be in far more places and far more forms than they are today, making life easier on many fronts. (AP Photo/Tim Larsen)AP - Here's a possible slogan for Microsoft Corp.: If you can't beat 'em, join the guys who are having the same problem. Microsoft struck two deals this week with sometime adversaries aimed in part at taking on mutual competitors.


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Microsoft Wins Tentative Ruling Against Google and Kai-Fu Lee (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A federal judge made a tentative decision to let the lawsuit proceed in Washington state, where the law favors Microsoft.

Judge stays Google suit in Microsoft hiring case (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks at the Columbia University in New York October 13, 2005. Gates spoke to the students to encourage them to have a greater interest in computer science and engineering careers. REUTERS/Keith BedfordReuters - A U.S. judge ordered a tentative stay in Web search company Google Inc.'s lawsuit against Microsoft Corp., dealing a blow to Google's fight over the hiring of a former Microsoft official.


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Judge Tentatively Sides With Microsoft (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates shows off the next generation XBox while speaking at Howard University in Washington on Friday, Oct. 14, 2005. Gates was at the Howard University to kickoff the University's sixth annual Student Leadership Institute.  (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)AP - Google Inc.'s attempt to lift the job restrictions on a top computer engineer lured from rival Microsoft Corp. suffered another blow Friday under a tentative court ruling that would limit the search engine company's legal options for at least another three months.


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MS Confirms Win2K Worm Hole Patch Is Buggy (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Although deployment is causing problems for some Microsoft customers, the company continues to stress the importance of its October patch for Windows 2000.

Microsoft Updates Media Center PC 2005 (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft releases what may be the final update scheduled for Windows XP Media Center a day ahead of a New York event where the company touted strong sales and announced new services from partners.

Microsoft, Nigeria fight email scammers (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks at Columbia University in New York October 13, 2005. Microsoft has announced an anti-fraud partnership with Nigeria, the country of origin for some of the Internet's most notorious email scams. REUTERS/Keith BedfordReuters - Microsoft has announced an anti-fraud partnership with Nigeria, the country of origin for some of the Internet's most notorious email scams.


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Microsoft Exec Warns of 'Fake' XP Update (PC World)
PC World - Hobbyist site defends posting of preview SP3, despite charge that it could damage system.

'God Bloggers' Head to National Conference (AP)
AP - What would Jesus blog? That and other pressing questions drew 135 Christians to Southern California this weekend for a national conference billed as the first-ever for "God bloggers," a growing community of online writers who exchange information and analyze current events from a Christian perspective.

Google Satellite Photos Worry India Leader (AP)
AP - Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam expressed concern Saturday about a free mapping program from Google Inc., warning it could help terrorists by providing satellite photos of potential targets.

Mo. May Track Cell Phones for Traffic Data (AP)
An electronic sign at I-35 and Johnson Drive in Shawnee, Kan., alerts motorists to traffic problems ahead, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. The sign is part of the KC Scout system which uses cameras and road sensors to monitor traffic. Missouri is looking into a state wide cell phone system to do the same thing.  (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)AP - Driving to work, you notice the traffic beginning to slow. And because you have your cell phone on, the government senses the delay, too. A congestion alert is issued, automatically updating electronic road signs and Web sites and dispatching text messages to mobile phones and auto dashboards.


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Yahoo Said to Join AOL's Suitors (AP)
The Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York, October 13, 2005. Yahoo Inc. is considering buying a stake in Time Warner Inc.'s America Online Internet unit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. REUTERS/Nicholas RobertsAP - Yahoo Inc. is considering buying a stake in America Online Inc., joining other Internet powerhouses interested in the company's Web portal, a person close to the talks said Friday.


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Hollywood Calls for Cut of Video IPod Pie (AP)
AP - In a show of unity, five unions representing actors, writers and directors issued a joint call for talks to make sure their members get a cut of revenue generated by the sale of TV shows on Apple's iTunes software.

DeLay Uses Web Site to Attack Prosecutor (AP)
AP - Stung by his recent indictment in Texas, Tom Delay is trying to turn his legal woes into a financial boon for his re-election. The former House majority leader is using his congressional campaign to distribute to voters derogatory information about the prosecutor who brought the charges against him and to solicit donations for his re-election.

Microsoft Befriends Some Competitors (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Even Microsoft can't go it alone against the iPod and AOL IM. That's why Microsoft partnered with RealNetworks and Yahoo.

T-Mobile Talks Trends at DigitalLife (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - T-Mobile hosted an open forum at DigitalLife to discuss how fashion, pop culture and technology influence consumer trends, and also launched a number of new products.

OpenOffice.org Releases RC3 of Version 2.0 (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The third release candidate of Version 2.0 of the popular OpenOffice open-source office suite includes bug fixes only and no new features.

Yahoo accused of raiding workers (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Nuance Communications, a Menlo Park maker of speech-recognition software, has sued Yahoo for unfair competition and theft of trade secrets, accusing the Internet giant of ``raiding'' all but one of Nuance's research and development engineers.

'God Bloggers' Head to National Conference (AP)
AP - What would Jesus blog? That and other pressing questions drew 135 Christians to Southern California this weekend for a national conference billed as the first-ever for "God bloggers," a growing community of online writers who exchange information and analyze current events from a Christian perspective.

DeLay Uses Web Site to Attack Prosecutor (AP)
AP - Stung by his recent indictment in Texas, Tom Delay is trying to turn his legal woes into a financial boon for his re-election. The former House majority leader is using his congressional campaign to distribute to voters derogatory information about the prosecutor who brought the charges against him and to solicit donations for his re-election.

Yahoo accused of raiding workers (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Nuance Communications, a Menlo Park maker of speech-recognition software, has sued Yahoo for unfair competition and theft of trade secrets, accusing the Internet giant of ``raiding'' all but one of Nuance's research and development engineers.

Yahoo Said to Join AOL's Suitors (AP)
The Time Warner Inc. headquarters building at Columbus Circle in New York, October 13, 2005. Yahoo Inc. is considering buying a stake in Time Warner Inc.'s America Online Internet unit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. REUTERS/Nicholas RobertsAP - Yahoo Inc. is considering buying a stake in America Online Inc., joining other Internet powerhouses interested in the company's Web portal, a person close to the talks said Friday.


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Mo. May Track Cell Phones for Traffic Data (AP)
An electronic sign at I-35 and Johnson Drive in Shawnee, Kan., alerts motorists to traffic problems ahead, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. The sign is part of the KC Scout system which uses cameras and road sensors to monitor traffic. Missouri is looking into a state wide cell phone system to do the same thing.  (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)AP - Driving to work, you notice the traffic beginning to slow. And because you have your cell phone on, the government senses the delay, too. A congestion alert is issued, automatically updating electronic road signs and Web sites and dispatching text messages to mobile phones and auto dashboards.


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Nigeria, Microsoft to Fight Internet Fraud (AP)
AP - Nigeria signed an agreement with Microsoft Corp. on Friday to work together to fight Internet crime, officials said Friday.

Estonians Break Ground, Vote Online (AP)
Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip casts an online ballot in the municipal election in Tallinn, Estonia, Monday, Oct. 10, 2005, at the start of a three-day period allowing online voting. Estonian officials gave thumbs up Friday Oct. 14, 2005, for what experts called the world's first election allowing voters nationwide to cast ballots over the Internet. (AP Photo/NIPA)AP - This tiny former Soviet republic nicknamed "e-Stonia" because of its tech-savvy population is breaking new ground in digital democracy. This week, Estonia became the first country in the world to hold an election allowing voters nationwide to cast ballots over the Internet.


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Broadband Subscriber Growth Slows (AP)
AP - Broadband subscriber growth started to slow in 2005, according to a new study from Kagan Research.

Hollywood Calls for Cut of Video IPod Pie (AP)
AP - In a show of unity, five unions representing actors, writers and directors issued a joint call for talks to make sure their members get a cut of revenue generated by the sale of TV shows on Apple's iTunes software.

MTV Buys IFilm (TechWeb)
TechWeb - MTV Networks has acquired Internet video company IFilm Corp. for $49 million.

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