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Innovation Alive And Well At Microsoft, Ballmer Says (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft will spearhead more advances in the next year than at any time in its 30-year history, says CEO Steve Ballmer, dismissing critics who say Google, Linux and other upstarts are eclipsing a lumbering giant.

Can Apple Usurp Microsoft as OS King? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple Computer (Nasdaq: AAPL) executives have said that the company will not license out its OS for Intel-based PCs, but that has not stopped speculation that Apple will pursue that strategy to go after the Microsoft Windows empire.

Microsoft eyes Internet partnerships, mum on AOL (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp.'s chief executive on Wednesday said it is looking to partnerships with other companies to boost revenue from the Web, but declined to comment on specific talks with Time Warner Inc.'s America Online Internet unit.

Microsoft: No Near-Term Plans to Seek Open-Source Licensing Approval (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Open-source backers are jubilant over Microsoft's three new Shared Source licenses, predicting that some of them may end up as OSI-certified. But Microsoft officials maintain that they have no near-term plans to go that route.

Ballmer: Microsoft's Priority Is Innovation (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - At the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, the Redmond CEO mentions several upcoming releases as evidence of the company's efforts to compete; he also mentions Microsoft's plans for the search and virtualization software markets.

Microsoft Slashes Shared Source Licenses (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - The software company offers developers a simpler, more efficient licensing scheme for its Shared Source program, now consolidated from 10 licenses to three.

RealNetworks mulls buys after Microsoft payout (Reuters)
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates (L) shakes hands with RealNetworks chief executive Rob Glaser (R) at a news conference in Seattle, October 11, 2005. (Microsoft/Robert Sorbo/Reuters)Reuters - Internet media software company RealNetworks is mulling more acquisitions after receiving a $761-million payout from Microsoft Corp. to settle an antitrust case, its chief executive said on Tuesday.


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Microsoft, Nigeria Join Forces Against Cybercrime (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is lending its I.T. expertise to the government of Nigeria in a joint effort to combat e-mail fraud and other cybercrimes in the African nation.

Vista To Include Antispyware Software (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Following the release on Monday of the latest beta of Windows Vista, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has confirmed that it plans to integrate its antispyware software into the operating system. The move could set Microsoft in a pitched battle against Internet security vendors and potentially government antitrust regulators as the company prepares for the 2006 release of Windows Vista.

Nigeria and Microsoft sign deal to fight e-mail fraud (AFP)
People walking past a giant Microsoft logo. Nigeria and the US software giant Microsoft have formed an alliance to combat the Internet fraudsters who have damaged the country's international image, Nigeria's anti-graft agency said.(AFP/DDP/File/Timm Schamberger)AFP - Nigeria and the US software giant Microsoft have formed an alliance to combat the Internet fraudsters who have damaged the country's international image, Nigeria's anti-graft agency said.


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Court Stops 'Legal' File Sharing Site (AP)
AP - A federal court has temporarily banned a Los Angeles-based Web site from claiming that its service lets users legally share copyrighted files, the government said Wednesday.

America Online to Lay Off 700 Employees (AP)
AP - America Online is laying off more than 700 employees, mainly in call centers, as its base of dial-up subscribers continues to slump.

Publishers Sue Google Over Scanning Plans (AP)
Association of American Publishers President Pat Schroeder attends the AAP's 2004 general annual meeting in Washington on Feb. 26, 2004. The publisher's group filed suit Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, in federal court against Google, the giant Internet search engine, who has plans to scan and index books for the Internet.(AP Photo/Matthew Cavanaugh)AP - Just weeks after a leading authors' organization sued Google Inc. for copyright infringement, the Association of American Publishers has also filed suit against the search engine giant's plans to scan and index books for the Internet.


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HP Pressures Blu-Ray on New DVD (AP)
AP - Hewlett-Packard Co., a major backer of the Blu-ray high-definition DVD format, is urging that it be more consumer-friendly in a bid to forestall a lengthy and costly war with a competing standard.

New Vote-by-Phone Plan Considered by Defense Department (PC World)
PC World - Pentagon eyes phone voting for military, overseas.

eBay Reports 40 Percent Surge in 3Q (AP)
The eBay Inc. offices in San Jose, Calif., are seen Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. Online auction giant eBay reports third-quarter results after the market's close Wednesday. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Shares of eBay Inc. tumbled after the online auction pioneer posted strong third-quarter profits but offered a reduced outlook that failed to impress Wall Street.


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NFL scores with IBM deal for digitized footage (Reuters)
Reuters - IBM will announce Thursday (October 20) its creation of a new digital media system for the NFL and NFL Films that will streamline and simplify its production flow while making possible future breakthroughs in the viewing experience.

Motorola Sues Ex-President Over New Job (AP)
Incoming Nortel Networks President and CEO Mike Zafirovski smiles during a news conference in Toronto in this  Monday, Oct. 17, 2005 file photo. Former U.S. admiral Bill Owens is stepping down as president and chief executive officer of Nortel Networks Corp., saying the company is entering a new phase in its recovery from a major crisis and needs a younger person at the helm.  Owens, 65, will be replaced by Zafirovski, 51, who had been the No. 2 executive at Motorola Inc. until leaving last January after five years in the upper echelons of the company and 25 years in the executive ranks of General Electric Co.  (AP Photo/CP, Adrian Wyld, FILE)AP - Motorola Inc., the world's No. 2 maker of mobile phones, has brought suit against its former president, accusing him of breaching noncompete agreements with the company by accepting the top job at Nortel Networks Corp.


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Innovation Alive And Well At Microsoft, Ballmer Says (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft will spearhead more advances in the next year than at any time in its 30-year history, says CEO Steve Ballmer, dismissing critics who say Google, Linux and other upstarts are eclipsing a lumbering giant.

SAP ups target after beating forecast (Reuters)
Reuters - Germany's SAP, the world's biggest maker of business software, raised its full-year outlook on Thursday after third-quarter license sales grew by a forecast-beating 20 percent to 590 million euros.

eBay Reports 40 Percent Surge in 3Q (AP)
The eBay Inc. offices in San Jose, Calif., are seen Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. Online auction giant eBay reports third-quarter results after the market's close Wednesday. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Shares of eBay Inc. tumbled after the online auction pioneer posted strong third-quarter profits but offered a reduced outlook that failed to impress Wall Street.


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China auction Web site offers babies for sale (Reuters)
Reuters - Shanghai police are investigating advertisements offering babies for sale on a Chinese Web site owned by Internet auction power eBay, state media said on Thursday.

Rivals Taobao, eBay clash on whether free is best (Reuters)
Reuters - What's the better deal? Is free always better than cheap?

Publishers sue Google over copyright dispute (Reuters)
The Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View, California August 18, 2004. Google Inc. faces a second lawsuit filed by the book publishing industry over plans to digitally copy and distribute copyrighted works without permission, a book organization group said on Wednesday. (Clay McLachlan/Reuters)Reuters - Five major publishers filed suit against Google Inc. on Wednesday, seeking to block plans to scan copyrighted works without permission and derail Google's push to make many of the world's great books searchable online.


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Voice phone calls to be free within years: eBay CEO (Reuters)
Reuters - In a few short years, users can expect to make telephone calls for free, with no per-minute charges, as part of a package of services through which carriers make money on advertising or transaction fees, eBay's chief executive said on Wednesday.

Google Mapping Service in Age-Old Dispute (AP)
AP - Google Inc.'s popular online mapping service has become entangled in a long-running territorial dispute between China and Taiwan.

Airport Fight Extends to Wikipedia (AP)
AP - An eye-gouging fight between American Airlines and Southwest Airlines over air service in northern Texas has spilled over to an online encyclopedia.

Court Stops 'Legal' File Sharing Site (AP)
AP - A federal court has temporarily banned a Los Angeles-based Web site from claiming that its service lets users legally share copyrighted files, the government said Wednesday.

Publishers Sue Google Over Scanning Plans (AP)
Association of American Publishers President Pat Schroeder attends the AAP's 2004 general annual meeting in Washington on Feb. 26, 2004. The publisher's group filed suit Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005, in federal court against Google, the giant Internet search engine, who has plans to scan and index books for the Internet.(AP Photo/Matthew Cavanaugh)AP - Just weeks after a leading authors' organization sued Google Inc. for copyright infringement, the Association of American Publishers has also filed suit against the search engine giant's plans to scan and index books for the Internet.


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Avaya Marks Ten Years of IP Telephony (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Avaya has announced that it is marking the 10-year anniversary of its first enterprise Internet Protocol (IP) telephony product, reminding users how long VoIP has been in the market, and how far it has advanced in the past decade.

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