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Microsoft updates Windows Vista beta (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has released a new version of its Windows Vista beta code that sheds some light on how the software giant plans to improve networking and PC manageability in this next major release of its OS.

Office to Include Data-Culling Technology (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.'s plans to add to its Office business software suite technology for easily culling data from large corporate databases, and that could squeeze smaller, specialized competitors.


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New Web Software a Challenge to Microsoft (AP)
AP - A quiet revolution is transforming life on the Internet: New, agile software now lets people quickly check flight options, see stock prices fluctuate and better manage their online photos and e-mail.

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.

Cingular Introduces E-Mail Access on Cells (AP)
AP - Cingular Wireless is introducing a service for nonbusiness users to get BlackBerry-like mobile access to their personal e-mail accounts from AOL, Yahoo and MSN Hotmail on a cell phone.

Office to Include Data-Culling Technology (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.'s plans to add to its Office business software suite technology for easily culling data from large corporate databases, and that could squeeze smaller, specialized competitors.


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Startup Working on Lower-Power Chips (AP)
AP - There's a new player in the lucrative market of semiconductors that power everything from cars and game consoles to medical equipment and supercomputers.

Yahoo Expansion Takes Adventurous Turn (AP)
AP - Yahoo Inc.'s intensifying quest for more unique material is getting even more adventurous. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company has hired Richard Bangs, an author and film director, to create multimedia packages about exotic — and sometimes dangerous — expeditions on mountains, rivers and islands around the world.

New Web Software a Challenge to Microsoft (AP)
AP - A quiet revolution is transforming life on the Internet: New, agile software now lets people quickly check flight options, see stock prices fluctuate and better manage their online photos and e-mail.

Spam Slayer: Fear of Phishing Hurts Banks (PC World)
PC World - Fear of phishing scams turns consumers away from the convenience of online banking.

Microsoft updates Windows Vista beta (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft has released a new version of its Windows Vista beta code that sheds some light on how the software giant plans to improve networking and PC manageability in this next major release of its OS.

Intel Examining 'Indoor GPS' Technologies (PC World)
PC World - Chip maker says indoor Wi-Fi could be more secure, precise.

Zend advances open source language PHP (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - The open source scripting language PHP (PHP:

Treo 650 scores BlackBerry (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Palm's Treo 650, one of the hottest smartphones on the market, is poised to become even more enchanting to corporate workers with the addition of Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry push e-mail software.

Spam Slayer: Fear of Phishing Hurts Banks (PC World)
PC World - Fear of phishing scams turns consumers away from the convenience of online banking.

AOL, Disney bring 'Narnia' online (Reuters)
Reuters - Walt Disney Studios and America Online are letting fans of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" get a peek through those famous closet doors in advance of the film's December 9 release.

Movies.com boosting editorial coverage (Reuters)
Reuters - Movies.com, the Walt Disney Co. online destination for movie fans that once had ambitious plans to deliver feature films over the Internet, is getting another makeover, boosting editorial coverage and adding Hollywood gossip columnist Jeanne Wolf to its lineup.

New Web Software a Challenge to Microsoft (AP)
AP - A quiet revolution is transforming life on the Internet: New, agile software now lets people quickly check flight options, see stock prices fluctuate and better manage their online photos and e-mail.

Online Retailers Cashing in on Halloween (AP)
Fantasy Fest revelers in costume drive down Duval Street during the Hurricane Wilma Evacuation Pub Crawl  in Key West, Fla. Saturday, Oct. 22, 2005.  The annual Halloween Fantasy Fest events that were scheduled to start this week were postponed due to Hurricane Wilma. There is a mandatory evacuation for residents of the Lower Keys in effect, with Wilma expected to hit South Florida Monday. At left is Gary Marion dressed as Mary Queen of Scots.  (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Jalem Getz used to dislike the lack of seasons in his native California. Now he uses the extreme seasonality of the Halloween business to turn a big profit.


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Publishers to build own online book network (Reuters)
Reuters - German publishers, keen to defend their copyrights as Internet search engines seek to put the world's literature online, aim to set up their own web-based database allowing readers to browse, borrow or buy books.

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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