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Microsoft Dubs UMass Amherst First 'IT Showcase School' (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft chief executive officer Steve Ballmer, who went to university in Massachusetts (Harvard), returned to Massachusetts Friday to designate the University of Massachusetts in Amherst as Microsoft’s first “IT Showcase School.”

Microsoft Recants Exclusive Music Deals (AP)
Inventor George Margolin, seen here at his Newport Beach, Calif., home, Oct. 11, 2005, holding one of his inventions, a portable syringe designed to guard against unwanted needle pricks. Along with the syringe, Margolin has  patented a folding keyboard and 25 other devices from the practical to the arcane. Now Margolin fears his ability to create inventions is threatened by legislation he says would yank patent protections away from the little guys in favor of big corporations like Microsoft.  (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Microsoft Corp., already under government scrutiny over its behavior toward competitors, told manufacturers of iPod-like portable audio devices that under a new marketing program they would not be allowed to distribute rivals' music player software but pulled back after one company protested.


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Microsoft Research Award Funds Target Bridging Digital Divide (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Research will award $1.2 million for a proposal that helps narrow the digital divide in underserved areas and additional funds for educational opportunities in developing countries.

Microsoft Clarifies Second Critical Windows 2000 Patch (TechWeb)
TechWeb - For the second time in as many weeks, Microsoft revised a critical security bulletin, this time to clarify confusing directions about which patch Windows 2000 users should deploy.

Microsoft Develops Virtual Wi-Fi Tech (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is experimenting with a virtualization architecture for wireless LAN (WLAN) cards that will let Wi-Fi users connect one machine to multiple wireless networks simultaneously.

Microsoft Music Stipulation Emerges in Antitrust Documents (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is downplaying a draft agreement it sent out to makers of portable digital music players after an unnamed manufacturer filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice.

Microsoft Research Inspires Worldwide Digital Inclusion (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft Research announces its Digital Inclusion and Inspire initiatives, which seek to address technological challenges in society and make computing more accessible.

Microsoft Patch Problems Continue (PC World)
PC World - Some Windows 2000 users could be unprotected even with recent patch.

Office 12 to Anchor Microsoft's Business Intelligence Strategy (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft has been talking around its plans to deliver information in a faster, easier-to-consume way. The forthcoming Office 12 desktop and server products are the missing links.

Microsoft Amends Music Player License (PC World)
PC World - Under antitrust threat, company won't require vendors to agree to exclusive bundling deal.

Review: Hard-Core Fans Will Love 'Doom' (AP)
AP - From "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" to "Super Mario Bros.," I've seen enough video game-to-movie conversions to know just how painful they can be to watch.

E-Tutoring Broadens Bounds of Outsourcing (AP)
AP - A few stars are still twinkling in the inky pre-dawn sky when Koyampurath Namitha arrives for work in a quiet suburb of this south Indian city. It's barely 4:30 a.m. when she grabs a cup of coffee and joins more than two dozen colleagues, each settling into a cubicle with a computer and earphones.

BlackBerry's Creators Don't Forget Roots (AP)
AP - You've likely seen their famous faces in American Express television commercials: Robert De Niro ruminating over his city; Ellen DeGeneres dancing to her own beat; and Mike Lazaridis scribbling on his blackboard. Mike Lazaridis?

Federal Court Denies RIM's Patent Appeal (AP)
A cardboard cutout of a 'Blackberry' communication device. Canadian firm Research in Motion acknowledged it may face a court order to stop selling its Blackberry handheld computers in the United States following the latest ruling in a patent dispute.(AFP/File/Raveendran)AP - A federal appeals court has denied Research In Motion Ltd.'s request to delay the next phase in a long-running patent suit while the maker of BlackBerry e-mail devices appeals an infringement verdict to the Supreme Court.


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Blackberry Users Learning Painful Lesson (AP)
Dr. Jennifer Weiss, assistant professor of orthopedics at the University of Southern California, types out a message on her palmOne Treos, a cell phone-size messaging device, at Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005. Repetitive motion injuries are invading the mobile handheld world. Weiss, who does not suffer from the malady, often referred to as 'Blackberry Thumb,' states those who insist on typing more than a sentence with their thumbs would benefit by using portable keyboards that connect to the gadgets. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Chris Claypool was addicted to his BlackBerry wireless handheld. Like many users, he never thought twice about pecking away at lightning speed, replying to a wave of e-mails from clients around the globe. Last year, the 37-year-old agricultural sales director from Post Falls, Idaho, noticed a throbbing sensation in this thumbs whenever he typed.


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Spears Says Web Photos of Baby Are Stolen (AP)
Singer Britney Spears arrives for a film premiere on July 10, 2005, file photo, in Los Angeles. According to Spears' official Web site, Spears gave birth to a baby boy. According to Us Weekly magazine  the pop star gave birth Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, by Caesarean section at the  UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first child for the 23-year-old pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Britney Spears threatened to take legal action after pictures of her newborn son popped up on the Internet, apparently stolen from a private photo shoot. At least two Web sites showed photos of Spears embracing her child, as well as a family portrait.


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Microsoft Recants Exclusive Music Deals (AP)
Inventor George Margolin, seen here at his Newport Beach, Calif., home, Oct. 11, 2005, holding one of his inventions, a portable syringe designed to guard against unwanted needle pricks. Along with the syringe, Margolin has  patented a folding keyboard and 25 other devices from the practical to the arcane. Now Margolin fears his ability to create inventions is threatened by legislation he says would yank patent protections away from the little guys in favor of big corporations like Microsoft.  (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Microsoft Corp., already under government scrutiny over its behavior toward competitors, told manufacturers of iPod-like portable audio devices that under a new marketing program they would not be allowed to distribute rivals' music player software but pulled back after one company protested.


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Amex Sues CEO Over $241,000 Topless Bill (AP)
Rob McCormick, CEO of Savvis Communications is seen in this Monday, Aug. 28, 2000 file photo in St. Louis. American Express is suing McCormick for payment of $241,000 (euros 200,867) worth of disputed credit card charges at a Manhattan topless club. American Express says in papers filed in state court that Savvis Inc. chief executive officer Robert A. McCormick was in the club Scores in October 2003 with at least three other men.  (AP Photo/JamesA. Finley)AP - American Express is suing the CEO of a communications company for payment of $241,000 worth of disputed credit card charges at a Manhattan topless club.


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XenSource Poised To Reshape The Virtualization Market (TechWeb)
TechWeb - With its first commercial open-source solutions expected to launch within weeks, XenSource is poised to challenge VMware and commoditize the virtualization software market, observers predict.

Analysis: SAP's Software Architecture Shift Shows Results (TechWeb)
TechWeb - SAP AG's high-stakes gambit to rip apart its enterprise applications suite and build them on a services orientated architecture platform is showing results.

Spears Says Web Photos of Baby Are Stolen (AP)
Singer Britney Spears arrives for a film premiere on July 10, 2005, file photo, in Los Angeles. According to Spears' official Web site, Spears gave birth to a baby boy. According to Us Weekly magazine  the pop star gave birth Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, by Caesarean section at the  UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. It is the first child for the 23-year-old pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Britney Spears threatened to take legal action after pictures of her newborn son popped up on the Internet, apparently stolen from a private photo shoot. At least two Web sites showed photos of Spears embracing her child, as well as a family portrait.


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Legal online ticket portal set up for 2006 World Cup (AFP)
Logo of the World Cup 2006 in Germany. Football's world ruling body FIFA and the 2006 World Cup organizing committee have agreed to set up an internet ticket portal for fans desperate to get their hands on match tickets.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Football's world ruling body FIFA and the 2006 World Cup organizing committee have agreed to set up an internet ticket portal for fans desperate to get their hands on match tickets.


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In ominous move, prosecutor in CIA leak case sets up Web site (AFP)
In the clearest indication to date that criminal charges against top White House officials may be in the offing, the special prosecutor investigating the CIA leak Patrick Fitzgerald, seen here in August 2005, case has unveiled his own Web site -- one week before his probe was scheduled to wrap up.(AFP/Getty Images/File)AFP - In the clearest indication to date that criminal charges against top White House officials may be in the offing, the special prosecutor investigating the CIA leak case has unveiled his own Web site -- one week before his probe was scheduled to wrap up.


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Possible cover-up a focus in CIA leak case: lawyers (Reuters)
New York Times reporter Judith Miller listens to other panellists speak during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on reporters' privilege legislation on Capitol Hill, October 19, 2005. Miller was jailed 85 days for refusing to testify about her conversations with Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff regarding undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)Reuters - Prosecutors investigating the outing of a covert CIA operative opened a Web site on Friday to post possible indictments next week and were said by lawyers in the case to be focusing on whether top White House aides tried to conceal their actions from investigators.


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Britney Spears says posted baby photos were stolen (Reuters)
Britney Spears (L) and her husband Kevin Federline attend the worldwide premiere of Warner Brothers 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood on July 10, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Pictures of Britney Spears and her infant son surfaced on the Internet on Friday, but the singer said they were stolen and threatened legal action against anyone who showed the eagerly awaited images.


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USA Today's Top 25 US Bestsellers (Reuters)
Reuters - The top 25 U.S. bestsellers, based on sales through Sunday, October 16, as reported by USA Today (http://www.usatoday.com).

Interior Wants Computer Shutdown Reprieve (AP)
AP - The Interior Department won a reprieve Friday from a judge's order to disconnect from the Internet all computer systems with access to accounts it manages for thousands of American Indians.

Google exec touts communities, content over APIs (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - BURLINGAME, CALIF. -- Power in computing has shifted from proprietary, Microsoft APIs to URLs on the Web and content provision, Google Vice President Adam Bosworth said during the Zend/PHP Conference & Expo on Friday.

PayPal customer records sought in tax evasion probe (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - The Internal Revenue Service has asked a San Jose federal judge for access to eBay's PayPal customer records as part of a nationwide probe into whether scofflaws are using offshore credit card accounts to evade paying income taxes.

Google library faces new suit (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google's book scanning project drew its second legal challenge Wednesday when the Association of American Publishers sued the search company, claiming its ambitious plans would violate copyright laws.

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