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Pressure Still on Microsoft in S. Korea (AP)
AP - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said Wednesday it won't drop its investigation into allegations Microsoft Corp. engaged in unfair trade practices even if the U.S. software giant reaches an accord with the South Korean company that first brought the complaint.

Microsoft to Start Online Book Searches (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen speaking on a giant screen during Microsoft Digital Lifestyle convention in Milan October 23, 2005.                   REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Microsoft Corp. is diving into the business of offering online searches of books and other writings, and says its approach aims to avoid the legal tussles met by rival Google Inc.


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Microsoft refines technology credentials program (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft on Tuesday rolled out its three-tiered certification program for IT professionals and developers, with the intent of aligning credentials to specific job roles and the company's technology road map.

Microsoft Brings Business Intelligence to Office 12 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has announced that it will include data-culling technology in the upcoming version of Microsoft Office, codenamed Office 12.

Microsoft head says still "driven" to improve computer tech (Reuters)
Reuters - His enormous wealth notwithstanding Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said Tuesday he is still "driven" to better the personal computer and hopes to make it yet easier to use in a decade's time.

Windows OneCare Refresh Adds MSN Messenger Scanning (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft updates its consumer-facing PC security product with several new features, including the automatic scanning of files received from MSN Messenger.

PC Vendors May Get Vista Next Summer (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft wants to ensure newest Windows is loaded on systems for 2006 holiday sales.

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 to Start Online Book Searches (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen speaking on a giant screen during Microsoft Digital Lifestyle convention in Milan October 23, 2005.                   REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Microsoft Corp. is diving into the business of offering online searches of books and other writings, and says its approach aims to avoid the legal tussles met by rival Google Inc.


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Google Gives Peek at Classified Ad Service (AP)
The logo of Google seen outside the company's Mountainview, California, headquarters on August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanAP - Google Inc. has unintentionally provided a sneak peek at what appears to be a looming expansion into classified advertising — a free service that might antagonize some of the Internet search engine's biggest customers, including online auctioneer eBay Inc.


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Dell Unveils New Data Recovery System (AP)
AP - Dell Inc. announced an all-inclusive way Wednesday to help consumers who've accidentally deleted precious photos or lost valuable data because of a hard drive crash.

Remote Control Device 'Controls' Humans (AP)
Wearing a headset, the Associated Press business writer Yuri Kageyama leans to her left as she is remote-controlled by a technology that Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., Japan's top phone company, is developing during a demonstration at an NTT research in Atsugi, near Tokyo, Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2005.  Called galvanic vestibular stimulation in scientific jargon, it means electricity is messing with the delicate nerve tissues inside the ear to maintain balance and make people move to the left or right against their will. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)AP - We wield remote controls to turn things on and off, make them advance, make them halt. Ground-bound pilots use remotes to fly drone airplanes, soldiers to maneuver battlefield robots.


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Are You Ready To Be Hacked? (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - It is an unfortunate reality that most enterprises will suffer a breach of security at some point. To bypass security, an attacker only has to find one vulnerable system. But to guarantee security, an enterprise has to make sure that 100 percent of its systems are invulnerable -- 100 percent of the time.

CORRECTED-Yahoo Travel lets users help each other plan trips (Reuters)
Reuters - Please read in the second paragraph ... http://travel.yahoo.com/ ... instead of ... http://www.travel.yahoo ... .

New Xbox Processor Offers Powerful Speeds (AP)
AP - Less than a month before Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 hits store shelves, International Business Corp. revealed details of the microprocessor that powers the long-awaited video game console.

China Cell Phone Market at to 377M Users (AP)
AP - China, already the world's biggest cell phone market, keeps growing.

IBM, Others to Create Open-Source Programs (AP)
AP - Pushing the "open source" idea deeper into computing, several companies led by IBM Corp. are teaming up to develop programs for letting big businesses uniformly manage their increasingly vast warehouses of data.

Pressure Still on Microsoft in S. Korea (AP)
AP - South Korea's antitrust watchdog said Wednesday it won't drop its investigation into allegations Microsoft Corp. engaged in unfair trade practices even if the U.S. software giant reaches an accord with the South Korean company that first brought the complaint.

CORRECTED-Yahoo Travel lets users help each other plan trips (Reuters)
Reuters - Please read in the second paragraph ... http://travel.yahoo.com/ ... instead of ... http://www.travel.yahoo ... .

Microsoft to Start Online Book Searches (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates is seen speaking on a giant screen during Microsoft Digital Lifestyle convention in Milan October 23, 2005.                   REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Microsoft Corp. is diving into the business of offering online searches of books and other writings, and says its approach aims to avoid the legal tussles met by rival Google Inc.


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IMesh Rolls Out New File-Sharing Software (AP)
AP - Popular peer-to-peer, file-sharing service iMesh introduced new software Tuesday that allows users to legally share and buy music online.

Google Gives Peek at Classified Ad Service (AP)
The logo of Google seen outside the company's Mountainview, California, headquarters on August 18, 2004. REUTERS/Clay McLachlanAP - Google Inc. has unintentionally provided a sneak peek at what appears to be a looming expansion into classified advertising — a free service that might antagonize some of the Internet search engine's biggest customers, including online auctioneer eBay Inc.


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Is Apple's Eminem Spot Too Much Of An Encore? (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Similarities that came to light last week between a 2002 spot for Lugz footwear and a new commercial for Apple's "iPod + iTunes," featuring Eminem, have once again inspired discussion about intellectual copyright issues, and what, in terms of ideas, agencies and advertisers can actually own.

Warner Bros. Reorganizes, Creates New Unit (AP)
AP - Warner Bros. Entertainment has reorganized its home video and digital distribution efforts, creating a new group that will encompass games, wireless, Internet strategy and anti-piracy efforts.

US Internet search giant Google adds to China team (AFP)
A woman works on her computer as the logo of web search engine Google is seen on the wall.(AFP/DDP/File/Torsten Silz)AFP - Google increased its focus on China by hiring a sales veteran to lead the US Internet search powerhouse's marketing strategy in that country, the company announced.


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Warner Bros. revamps home video, adds digital wing (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Bros. film studio on Tuesday reorganized its home video unit into a broad group aimed at new markets that use the Internet, wireless and other digital technologies to send movies and TV shows to consumers.

Internet Phone Wiretap Rule Challenged (AP)
AP - A new federal regulation making it easier for law enforcement to tap Internet phone calls is being challenged in court.

A Peek Into SBC's Internet Protocol Multimedia Services (PC World)
PC World - Communications giant sees TVs, PCs, and mobile phones all playing in future personalized services.

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