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Mass. Fights Microsoft on Document Format (AP)
AP - The Revolutionary War started in Massachusetts, and now the state is firing some opening rounds in a revolt against Microsoft Corp. that seeks an open, proprietary-free format for storing electronic documents.

WebSideStory Measures Way Up (The Motley Fool)
The Motley Fool - This week, Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) Bill Gates said we're in the "live era," in which software is delivered via the Internet as a service -- known as on-demand. What's more, Microsoft plans to charge for this software on a subscription basis.

Microsoft to Digitize 100,000 Books (AP)
AP - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said Friday it has signed a deal to scan and put online 100,000 books from the British Library.

Microsoft's Other OS (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft Research has developed a prototype of a microkernel operating system, code-named 'Singularity.' Its most surprising feature: It has nothing to do with Windows.

Microsoft Clarifies Its CRM Hosting Intentions (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft watchers have been expecting the Redmond software to roll out a hosted version of its Microsoft CRM 3.0 product. That's not our business model, say Microsoft officials.

Microsoft Patches Break Some Sites (PC World)
PC World - Change in ActiveX controls may conflict with some Web page functions.

EU court hopes to rule on Microsoft by spring (Reuters)
Reuters - The European Union's Court of First Instance hopes to rule on Microsoft's antitrust case by early spring, court President Bo Vesterdorf said on Friday.

Microsoft, British Libary strike content deal (AFP)
US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a 'strategic partnership' to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported(AFP/File/Dan Levine)AFP - US software kingpin Microsoft has forged a "strategic partnership" to digitise 25 million pages of content from the British Library in London, the Financial Times reported.


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Microsoft Pushes for Privacy Legislation (AP)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. REUTERS/Stefano RellandiniAP - Efforts to establish national standards for protecting computer data received a boost Thursday when Microsoft Corp. announced support for the idea.


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Microsoft calls for broad privacy law (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates speaks in Milan October 23, 2005. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud. (Stefano Rellandini/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft Corp. on Thursday called for a broad national law to protect consumer privacy and a top Republican lawmaker said he planned to push such a bill next year, amid heightened consumer concerns about identity theft and online fraud.


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Porncasts Appear on Video-Playing iPod (AP)
This is the SuicideGirls Website with offerings of iPod videos at upper left.  The Website is an online social network of amateur pinup girls and is targeting the new iPod-toting crowd with 3-5 minute video clips. The company logged 500,000 downloads of the sexy 'featurettes.'  (AP Photo/HO)AP - Purveyors of porn and entrepreneurs who spied a niche when Apple Computer Inc. unveiled its video-playing iPod are proving that sex even sells in tiny packages — especially when it is portable.


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Microsoft to Digitize 100,000 Books (AP)
AP - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said Friday it has signed a deal to scan and put online 100,000 books from the British Library.

Mass. Fights Microsoft on Document Format (AP)
AP - The Revolutionary War started in Massachusetts, and now the state is firing some opening rounds in a revolt against Microsoft Corp. that seeks an open, proprietary-free format for storing electronic documents.

Senate Sets 2009 Digital TV Deadline (AP)
AP - The Senate moved the digital TV transition one step closer to reality on Thursday, setting a firm date for television broadcasters to switch to all-digital transmissions.

Microsoft Patches Break Some Sites (PC World)
PC World - Change in ActiveX controls may conflict with some Web page functions.

Getting Closer: Brands Vie For Desktop Space (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Advertisers on the never-ending hunt for ways to engage are now counting on consumers to be the proactive ones, by "pulling" marketing messages off the Internet and into their homes--specifically, onto their computer desktops. Companies from Purina to Best Buy are experimenting with new ad vehicles to offer rich brand experiences through desktop applications.

Market growing for refurbished, used iPods (Reuters)
Reuters - The popular iPod Nano and the just-released video iPod are expected to lead a surge of holiday sales for Apple Computer. Research firm Fulcrum Global Partners predicts Apple will sell 10 million iPods in the fourth quarter, a strong follow-up to the 7 million sold in the previous quarter. But not all of these sales will be to new iPod owners.

The Mobile Data Poison Pill (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - To the general public, it might have seemed like a harmless prank when an American teenager hacked his way into Paris Hilton's smartphone. After all, Hilton's loss was limited to the unauthorized release of a few candid photos and telephone numbers belonging to some of her celebrity friends, which the hacker promptly posted on the Internet.

SuSE Users' Panic Unfounded (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - An incorrect story about Novell killing off its Linux desktop lines had SuSE users in a tizzy, But Novell is doing nothing of the sort. The company is, however, switching to GNOME as its default interface on its server and Novell Linux Desktop lines.

Consumers sing copy-protection blues (Reuters)
Reuters - Complaints continue to mount regarding a controversial CD copy-protection initiative by Sony BMG Music Entertainment.

Getting Closer: Brands Vie For Desktop Space (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Advertisers on the never-ending hunt for ways to engage are now counting on consumers to be the proactive ones, by "pulling" marketing messages off the Internet and into their homes--specifically, onto their computer desktops. Companies from Purina to Best Buy are experimenting with new ad vehicles to offer rich brand experiences through desktop applications.

Hilary Duff World Hits AOL Next Week (AP)
Actress Hilary Duff arrives at the 16th Annual Glamour Magazine 'Women of the Year' awards, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2005 in New York City.   (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Kids, teens and tweens can immerse themselves in all things Hilary when Hilary Duff World hits America Online on Monday.


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In Wake of Summer Controversy, Cisco Patches Another IOS Flaw (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) has released a patch for a critical flaw in its Internetworking Operating System (IOS), which is used to run routers and switches. The discovery of the bug comes three months after a security expert's controversial disclosure, at the July 2005 Black Hat USA Conference, of a similar defect in the Cisco IOS that allowed him to gain control over a router.

Review: CA eTrust Internet Security Suite 2005 (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Computer Associates (NYSE: CA), widely known for its enterprise and business solutions, recently upgraded one of its few home and home-office products: eTrust Internet Security Suite.

The Mobile Data Poison Pill (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - To the general public, it might have seemed like a harmless prank when an American teenager hacked his way into Paris Hilton's smartphone. After all, Hilton's loss was limited to the unauthorized release of a few candid photos and telephone numbers belonging to some of her celebrity friends, which the hacker promptly posted on the Internet.

Web Sites Weigh Problem of Posted Threats (AP)
AP - Two weeks before William Freund donned a mask and cape and fatally shot two neighbors before killing himself, members of an online forum for people with a rare mental disorder read the 19-year-old's string of violent rantings.

Microsoft to Digitize 100,000 Books (AP)
AP - Software giant Microsoft Corp. said Friday it has signed a deal to scan and put online 100,000 books from the British Library.

EBay Founder Gives $100 Million to Tufts (AP)
AP - The founder of eBay donated $100 million to Tufts University to use for making loans as little as $40 to people in developing countries who want to start businesses.

Traders warned of online thieves (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - In a first-of-its-kind warning to online stock traders, the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alerted consumers who buy and sell stocks on the Internet to be wary of cyberthieves.

Soon you can buy a book on Amazon, read it online (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Amazon is trying to do for books what Apple's iPod digital player did for portable music. The online retail giant on Thursday said it will offer online access to books for a fee to customers who buy hard copies of the same book. The service starts next year.

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