Wednesday, September 28, 2005


New Sun Software to Work With Microsoft
Sun Microsystems is hoping to steal market share from Microsoft with the release of a new version of its business software, StarOffice.
LAURIE J. FLYNN

Pride in a Vintage Cellphone
The proud owner of a five-year-old cellphone realizes it's hard to avoid buying new gear that will download faster, sync better or just do more.
M.P. DUNLEAVEY

Yahoo Signs On Business Writers
Yahoo has hired nine financial writers to supply columns on topics including personal finance, investments and economics.
BLOOMBERG NEWS

Why Time Warner Has Fallen in Love With AOL, Again
America Online is not merely alive but healthy, having taken a terrifying but necessary step: making nearly all of its content available free online.
RANDALL STROSS

Is Kate Moss'Soapy'?'A Minger'? That's What Some in Britain Say
For years, consumers have generally approved of the"Kate Moss look."Or so it would seem.
TOM ZELLER JR.

It's Not TV, It's Yahoo
Lloyd Braun, the television impresario hired last year to oversee Yahoo's media operation, aims to build the studio of the future.
SAUL HANSELL

Aha!Video Straight to a Computer
JVC has tiny, reasonably priced camcorders that contain iPod-type miniature hard drives. Did JVC have one of those"Aha!"moments that propels society forward?

Army Investigates Photos of Iraqi War Dead on Web
The Army is investigating whether troops have sent gruesome pictures of Iraqi war dead to an Internet site where soldiers were given free access to pornography.
THOM SHANKER

Fewer Clicks but More Follow-Through
DoubleClick announced that consumers opened direct-marketing e-mails less often, but were more likely to buy if they opened such messages.
ALEX MINDLIN

MTV to Use Warner Videos
MTV Networks said that it would license the Warner Music Group's music video catalog to create programming for mobile phones worldwide.
REUTERS