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12:05 PM ET, September 4, 2007

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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / eWEEK.com:
Expert: Open XML Loses Standards Battle  —  Standards maven Andrew Updegrove predicts that the ISO will announce that Microsoft's Open XML failed to be voted in as a standard.  —  Standards expert and attorney Andrew Updegrove has predicted that on Sept. 4 the International Organization …
Discussion: Ars Technica and Computerworld
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Peter Sayer / PC World:
ISO votes to reject Microsoft's OOXML as standard  —  Microsoft Corp. has failed in its attempt to have its Office Open XML document format fast-tracked straight to the status of an international standard by the International Organization for Standardization.  —  Recommend this story?
Discussion: Channel 9, bsi-global.com and Digg
Kevin J. O'Brien / New York Times:
Microsoft Favored to Win Open Document Vote  —  Amid intense lobbying, Microsoft is expected to squeak out a victory this week to have its open document format, Office Open XML, recognized as an international standard, people tracking the vote said Monday.  —  The move would help Microsoft …
Discussion: The Open Road and Computerworld
Microsoft:
Strong Global Support for Open XML as It Enters Final Phase of ISO Standards Process  —  Significant participation by National Bodies in ISO/IEC ratification process for Open XML; final decision expected in March 2008 at close of ballot resolution period.  —  Today the International Organization …
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com:
Microsoft stumbles in Open XML standards vote  —  Microsoft's effort to standardize its Open XML document formats through the "fast track" process at the International Organization for Standardization failed in a vote that ended over the weekend, according to people familiar with the voting.
Yukari Iwatani Kane / Wall Street Journal:
Sony to Challenge Apple In TV, Movie Downloads  —  CEO Stringer Sees Video  —  As Key to Reclaiming  —  Title as No. 1 Innovator  —  TOKYO — Two years after taking the helm of Sony Corp., Chief Executive Howard Stringer is quietly preparing a big move to expand the company …
vnunet:
Radio iPods expected on Wednesday  —  New iPods designed to support digital radio  —  Apple is expected to launch a new range of iPods this week designed to receive digital radio.  —  The company will make an announcement about the new products on 5 September, but is remaining quiet about what changes will be made.
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Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
The iPod is growing up  —  reporter's notebook If Apple really is putting a version of Mac OS X in a new iPod, presumably it has more in mind than showing high-quality reruns of The Hills.  —  Any talk these days of Apple and the future of mobile computing quickly turns to the iPhone.
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Report: iPhone outsold all smartphones in July  —  The iPhone may not have hit the million mark as soon as armchair analysts expected, but it's still doing well in the marketplace according to data from iSuppli.  The market research firm conducts monthly online surveys of over 2 million US residents …
Discussion: Inquirer and Tech Trader Daily
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Computerworld:
The iPhone is July's biggest-selling smart phone  —  Jonny Evans Today's Top Stories or Other Mobile and Wireless Stories  —  September 04, 2007 (Macworld UK) — Apple Inc.'s iPhone became the biggest-selling smart phone in the U.S. in July, according to iSuppli Corp.
Discussion: WinBeta
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Mozilla Revives Eudora...You Remember Eudora, Don't You?  —  Eudora, the email client that introduced many in the earlier days of the internet to email, officially died May 1, although not that many people noticed.  Qualcomm decided to open source the Eudora code and the good folks at Mozilla …
Discussion: OSDir.com, MacUser and TechBlog
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David Chartier / Ars Technica:
Mozilla keeps Eudora alive, releases new version based on Thunderbird
Discussion: The Mac Observer and Macsimum News
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily:
Yahoo: Now A Bear Stearns "Top Pick"  —  Bear Stearns Internet analyst Robert Peck this morning pounded the table on Buy-rated Yahoo (YHOO), naming the stock his "Top Pick."  Peck asserts in a research note that sentiment on the stock has become too negative.
Discussion: WebProNews
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear:
New iPod Tomorrow, September 5: What Else Happened That Day?  —  Everyone expects Apple to release some sort of iPod tomorrow—be it that fat nano or what's commonly referred to as "an iPhone without the phone part."  Since September 5 will (maybe) live forever in Apple fanboi history …
Discussion: Apple 2.0
Gabriel Rivera / riverag.com:
The Word "LINUX" is inappropriate in XBOX Live  —  I love Linux and the XBOX 360, so yesterday I tried to include the word "LINUX" in the motto section on XBOX Live.  I was stunned when I got a message saying "Your motto contains inappropriate language.  Please try again".
Aaron Ricadela / Business Week:
Google's Newest Role: Venture Capitalist  —  The tech giant's startup investments are narrowing opportunities for VCs.  Other corporations are upping their venture investing, too  —  Just as it has done to companies in the software, publishing, and advertising industries, Google is becoming a thorn in the side of venture capitalists.
 
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Theo Valich / Inquirer:
AMD to launch Barcelona in seven locations
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Lisa Sounio / Dopplr Blog:
Dopplr Receives Funding from Premier International Team: Varsavsky …
Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
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JoostTeam.com:
Joost acquires OnTheToob.com
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Dionne Searcey / Wall Street Journal:
Keeping Junior on a Wireless Leash
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Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Germany to join US in using "policeware" for espionage, investigations
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Natasha Lomas / CNET News.com:
Chinese airline opts for in-flight mobile service
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The Register:
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Financial Times:
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