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OpenOffice 2.0 Has Its Eye on Microsoft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - OpenOffice.org has officially rolled out the second version of its open-source productivity suite, and its backers are hoping that new features and support from government agencies will give the application the boost it needs to take on Microsoft Office (Nasdaq: MSFT).

What's Next From Microsoft's Stealth Office Group? (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft's OBA now has a cross-divisional charter, which involves orchestrating the company's business-intelligence push. Still to be unveiled: OBA's next app, the long-rumored 'Biz#.'

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.

Microsoft Touts Office 12's Smarts (PC World)
PC World - 'Business intelligence' enhancements to Excel, SharePoint are focus of Webcast.

Microsoft Getting Into CRM Hosting (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Starting next spring, customers will be able to get hosted CRM from Microsoft—as well as from hosting partners.

Microsoft Lags on Antitrust Compliance (PC World)
PC World - Tech review of documentation finds continuing problems with protocols, which Microsoft must share.

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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Microsoft Footprint Grows In Business Intelligence (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Scorecard software is part of a broader strategy to recast the Office suite

The Ticker (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said at Gartner ITXpo that the company will start rolling out products on six- to nine-month cycles, as well as its traditional "every-few-years cycles" for major releases.

Intel Shifts Plans for Server Chips (AP)
A vehicle leaves the Intel Corp. headquarters as workers arrive in Santa Clara, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2005. The Environmental Protectoin Agency announced on Wednesday that Intel  leads the 2nd annual list of Best Workplaces for Commuters from the Fortune 500 Companies. The Bush Administration is recognizing these companies for their role in offering excellent commuter benefits that reduce fuel consumption, vehicle emissions and traffic congestion across the country, according to the EPA web site. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Facing strong competition from rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., chip-maker Intel Corp. on Monday modified its plans for upcoming server microprocessors, starting in 2007.


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Internet Body in Settlement With VeriSign (AP)
AP - The Internet's key oversight agency said Monday it had tentatively agreed to settle a longstanding legal dispute with VeriSign Inc., a company that exerts significant control over how people find Web sites and send e-mail.

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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Tokyo show proves hydrogen is popular (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Hydrogen-powered concept vehicles have a starring role as automakers try to divine their future. Six automakers at the Tokyo Auto Show rolled out new versions, signaling the industry's seriousness about the zero-emission alternative to gasoline.

Skype targets businesses as growth accelerates (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephony firm Skype, which is being bought by eBay, reported accelerating subscriber growth on Tuesday and said it is adding a new service that makes it easier for employees to make all calls over Skype.

Fox out to 'Destroy All Humans' with cartoon (Reuters)
Reuters - Fox Broadcasting Co. has acquired the rights to turn THQ's best-selling sci-fi video game "Destroy All Humans!" into a computer-animated comedy. It marks the first time a video game will be used as the basis for a primetime network television program.

Cable companies, Sprint near wireless pact: WSJ (Reuters)
Reuters - A consortium of cable operators including Comcast Corp., Cox Communications Inc., and Time Warner Inc. are close to an agreement to sell cellular services using the wireless network of Sprint Nextel Corp., the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the talks.

OpenOffice 2.0 Has Its Eye on Microsoft (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - OpenOffice.org has officially rolled out the second version of its open-source productivity suite, and its backers are hoping that new features and support from government agencies will give the application the boost it needs to take on Microsoft Office (Nasdaq: MSFT).

Electronic Arts tops in game software: trade magazine (AFP)
Fair-goers try out Electronic Arts' new game 'Need for Speed Underground Two' at Leipzig's Gaming Convention Fair. Electronic Arts trumped its competitors this year when it came to revenues, popular titles, and happy workers, a trade magazine announced(AFP/DDP/File/Jens Schlueter)AFP - Electronic Arts computer game company trumped its competitors this year when it came to revenues, popular titles, and happy workers, a trade magazine announced.


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Skype targets businesses as growth accelerates (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephony firm Skype, which is being bought by eBay, reported accelerating subscriber growth on Tuesday and said it is adding a new service that makes it easier for employees to make all calls over Skype.

Bill's Author Says Some Bloggers Would be Protected by Shield Law (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - Bloggers who actually gather news would be protected under the proposed federal shield law, the legislation's first author, U.S. Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind., told the Inland Press Association Monday.

New Times, Village Voice Media Finally Merge (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - After months of speculation, New Times Media and Village Voice Media announced on Monday an agreement to merge. The new company will be called Village Voice Media and will publish free weekly newspapers and Web sites in 17 of the nation's largest markets. Pending federal regulatory approval, the deal is expected to be completed by early 2006.

VeriSign to control ".com" domain until 2012 (Reuters)
Reuters - VeriSign Inc. said on Monday it would maintain control of the lucrative ".com" Internet domain until 2012 in return for dropping an antitrust lawsuit against the nonprofit body that oversees the Internet's addressing system.

Co. to Launch Internet-Based HDTV Service (AP)
AP - A company that has linked more than 80,000 Northern California homes to a fiber-optic network plans to launch a TV service that relies on Internet technology to deliver programs, including high-definition shows.

FAST Desktop Search Platform Comes Gunning for Google (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Proliferation of desktop search software is also raising security concerns.

Review: Buffalo AirStation Turbo G High Power Wireless Router (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Wireless Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. But it gets annoying when you hit dead spots or if you can't log on at the park just 60 feet from your condo. With its new Smart Router, Buffalo Technology is coming to the rescue.

Congress Wants U.S. To Retain Grip On Internet (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A trio of lawmakers in the House of Representatives has joined a Senate colleague in calling for the U.S. to retain oversight control over the Internet, as a showdown looms with countries wanting more say in how the Web is run.

UPS agrees not to ship cigarettes to US consumers (Reuters)
A UPS driver waves from his truck in Doraville, Georgia. UPS on Monday said it will stop delivering cigarettes to consumers in the United States in an agreement aimed at reducing Internet access to cigarettes by underage smokers. (John Kuntz/Reuters)Reuters - United Parcel Service Inc. on Monday said it will stop delivering cigarettes to consumers in the United States in an agreement aimed at reducing Internet access to cigarettes by underage smokers.


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Flock Founder Hopes New Browser Will Fly (PC World)
PC World - 'Social browser' integrates RSS, blogging, photo- and file-sharing, plus bookmark options.

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