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  1. Open Source Licenses For Academic Work?
  2. Inside VMware's 'Virtual Datacenter OS'
  3. Endeavour Rolled Out As Rescue Ship
  4. Comcast Discloses Throttling Practices
  5. US Army To Develop "Thought Helmets"
  6. Inside the DARPA-esque Singapore Military Bot Contest
  7. Second Snag This Week Could Delay LHC for Weeks
  8. Peter Moore Talks About His Experiences In the Gaming Industry
  9. Robot Hands Get a Grip on the Future
  10. Comcast Discloses Throttling Practices -- BitTorrent Targeted
  11. Revamped WebKit JavaScript Engine Doubles In Speed
  12. Little or No Jail Time Likely for Palin Hacker
  13. Cisco To Buy Jabber
  14. McCain's Stem Cell Position Contains Scientific Error
  15. Safari Browser Leads Pack in JavaScript Performance
  16. Five Things That Netbooks Need Now
  17. Rugged Hard Drive Serves to Protect Your Digital Booty
  18. Don't Count Cobol Out
  19. iPhone Developers Go From Rags to Riches
  20. How to Make a Pirate Treasure Map
  21. Drop-In Replacement For Exchange Now Open Source
  22. Political Viewpoints Linked To Fear
  23. Palin Hacker Group's All-Time Greatest Hits
  24. Lamborghini's 'New World' Has Four Seats
  25. Lockheed Gets $485M From NASA To Create MAVAN Craft
  26. Fed Blotter: Citibank Worker Allegedly Plunders Customer Accounts
  27. Apple Attempts to Patent Pre-Existing Display Software Idea
  28. How to Pirate Like a Pirate
  29. Dropping Oil Prices Are Hurting Airlines. Huh?
  30. 'Bejeweled,' 'World of Warcraft' Combine to Form World's Most Addictive Game
  31. iPhone App Shifts Hypermiling Up to iPermiling
  32. Canonical Offers Sale of Proprietary Codecs for Ubuntu
  33. Bugatti Building a 264-MPH Super Veyron. Maybe
  34. From 'Batman' to 'Incognito,' Ed Brubaker Loves the Ultraviolence
  35. Germany Fired Up Over Clean Coal
  36. Microsoft Uses "I'm a PC" Character In New Ads
  37. SGI Releases OpenGL As Free Software
  38. Why Lazy Functional Programming Languages Rule
  39. How Companies Pay Artists to Include Brands in Lyrics
  40. Sergey Brin Reveals Risk of Parkinson's on New Personal Blog
  41. LHC Shut Down By Transformer Malfunction
  42. Knol, the Wikipedia Maybe-fork?
  43. Today Is International Talk Like a Pirate Day!
  44. Stocks Headed for Rally on Word of Rescue Plan
  45. Voting Machines Routinely Failing Nationwide
  46. Indian Moon Mission To Launch Next Month
  47. Should Organic Chemistry Be a Premed Requirement?
  48. IBM Leapfrogs Intel With 22nm Chips
  49. Barr Sues Over McCain, Obama's Presence on Texas Ballot
  50. Sept. 19, 1982: Can't You Take a Joke? :-)
  51. Gallery: Emoticons Jump From Web to Real World :-)
  52. Graduate Student Defends Right To Own Chicago2016.com
  53. Campaigns Blow Off Voters During Final Stretch Of Debates
  54. The Heat Is On for Details of Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
  55. LHC Shut Down By Transformer Malfunction
  56. Internet Memes Time Line Goes Viral
  57. It's a Car. It's a Plane. It's a Hybrid
  58. Trading the Markets With FOSS Software?
  59. Volvo Thinks Locusts Can Make Us Safer Drivers
  60. Scientists Call Conservatives Chicken
  61. Rights Group Sues NSA and Cheney for Spying
  62. A Windows CE Shell For Netbooks
  63. Should Organic Chemistry Be a Premed Requirement?
  64. Report: Used U.S. Gadgets Dumped in Asia
  65. XBMC 'Atlantis' Beta 1 Released, Now Cross-Platform
  66. Oracle 1Q Profit Rises 28%, beats Street
  67. Lamborghini Bringing a Whole New World to Paris
  68. Intel Shows Data Centers Can Get By (Mostly) With Little AC
  69. XBMC 'Atlantis' Beta 1 Released, Now Cross-Platform
  70. Microsoft's Ad Strategy a Head Scratcher
  71. How to Customize Your iPhone Wallpaper
  72. Mythic Launches Warhammer Online
  73. Security Matters: Airport Pasta-Sauce Interdiction Considered Harmful
  74. XBMC 'Atlantis' Beta 1 Released, Now Cross-Platform
  75. 3D Web Browser Draws Lukewarm Review
  76. Palin E-mail Hacker Says It Was Easy
  77. No Priuses Allowed at Hybrids and Harleys for Obama Rally
  78. Found Photoshop Contest: Imagine the Future of the McDonald's Happy Meal
  79. 7th-Grader Designs Three Dimensional Solar Cell
  80. Best Reference Site For Each Programming Language?
  81. Web 2.0 Expo: Upbeat Despite Economic Downturn
  82. Scientists to Use Satellites to Count Kangaroo Rats
  83. Amazon Hopes to Speed Up Your Downloads
  84. Vivendi Honcho: Worst Over for Music Biz
  85. Obama Campaign Reveals Science Advisors
  86. Ray Beckerman Sued By the RIAA
  87. To Purge Or Not To Purge Your Data
  88. Googlephone Will Cost the Same as the iPhone
  89. IAU Names Fifth Dwarf Planet Haumea
  90. It's Not Gold, Jerry: Microsoft Ditching Seinfeld
  91. Gamers Are Fitter (and Sadder) Than You Think
  92. Google CEO Won't Delay Yahoo Deal Any Further
  93. Software Spots Spin In Political Speeches
  94. Microsoft To Announce Jerry Seinfeld Ads Cancelled
  95. Report is Critcal of US For Dumping E-Waste Overseas
  96. City Uses DNA To Sniff Out Dog Poop Offenders
  97. Sept. 18, 1830: Horse Beats Iron Horse, for the Time Being
  98. Stanford To Offer Free CS and Robotics Courses
  99. Notorious Crime Forum DarkMarket Goes Dark
  100. Review: Song Remains (Mostly) the Same in 'Rock Band 2'
  101. Segway Inventor Crowd Sourcing Mobile Apps to Change the World
  102. RIAA Decries Attorney-Blogger as 'Vexatious' Litigator
  103. 8 Simple Tools for Better Bookmarking
  104. High Prices Stifle iPhone Demand in India and Japan
  105. Wired.com Contest: Rename the Large Hadron Collider
  106. Best Reference Site For Each Programming Language?
  107. How to Cheat at Rock Band 2
  108. Qaida's Propaganda Sites, Smacked Down
  109. Military Uses Virtual Iraq To Treat PTSD
  110. Does the Web Need a 'Ministry of Truth'?
  111. "Anonymous" Hacks Palin's Private Email
  112. Chrome on Mac and Linux Is Buggy and Unsupported, But It Works
  113. The Volt Isn't a Prius. It's Better.
  114. Saving Geek Lore and Other Wikipedia Castoffs
  115. Tosh From 'Torchwood' on Life, Death and Sci-Fi Success
  116. A Look At the Tools Used To Make Metal Gear Solid 4
  117. Human-Powered Vehicle Speed Competition
  118. Bavarian Police Seeking Skype Trojan Informant
  119. Attack of the Superstrength Cyborg Penguins
  120. Review: 'Peggle Nights' Deals New Hit of Same Addictive Gameplay
  121. Upstart Sony DSLR Pops Nikon and Canon on the Chin
  122. New York Issues RFID-Encoded Drivers Licenses
  123. Spy Shots Confirm Jaguar Is an Endangered Species
  124. Faster! Cleaner! Cheaper! REGINA Could Save Swedish Rail
  125. Group Posts E-Mail Hacked From Sarah Palin Account
  126. Plane Simple Truth
  127. Spy Shots Confirm Jaguar Is an Endangered Species
  128. Open Source Intel Rocks, But It's Classified
  129. Data Centers Crucial To Lehman Sale
  130. National Car Tracking System Proposed For US
  131. Pink Floyd's 'Echoes' Is Perfect Synch for 2001: A Space Odyssey
  132. How Nvidia Wants To Bring 3D Glasses Back
  133. China To Snap 4 Space Ships Into a Station
  134. Yahoo Partnership Wouldn't Raise Ad Prices (22%), Google Says
  135. Open Wi-Fi May Become Illegal In India
  136. Asus Ships Cracking Software On Recovery DVD
  137. Official: Android to be Unveiled on September 23rd
  138. Colfer Asked To Write Sixth HHGTTG Book
  139. Peru To Be First To Put Windows On OLPC Laptop
  140. Bill To Add Accountability To Border Laptop Search
  141. Peru To Be First To Put Windows On OLPC Laptop
  142. Royal Society "Creationist" Resigns
  143. Congress May Kill NIH Open Access Research Rules
  144. IPv6 and the Business-Case Skeptics
  145. Mozilla Admits Firefox EULA Is Flawed
  146. Scott Adams's Political Survey of Economists
  147. New Study Links Plastics To Heart Disease, Diabetes
  148. Unholy Matrimony? Microsoft and Cray
  149. Answers from Harald Welte, "VIA's Open Source Representative"
  150. Breakthrough In Use of Graphene For Ultracapacitors
  151. Sept. 17, 1683: Van Leeuwenhoek Gives Us Reason to Brush and Floss
  152. Gallery: Sci-Fi-Inspired Concept Ships Show Future of Travel
  153. City Sues To Prevent Linking To Its Website
  154. Citizens Demand To See Secret ACTA Treaty
  155. McCain Makes Sharp Right Turn on Stem Cells
  156. Voter Database Glitches Could Disenfranchise Thousands
  157. Alt Text: Camping Trip Reveals Joys of 'Data Isolation'
  158. How to Build a Simple SMS Notification App
  159. First Image of a Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star
  160. Hollywood Control of DVD-Copying at Crossroads
  161. Microsoft, Cray Unleash $25K Supercomputer
  162. Run Mac OS X on an Eee PC
  163. Study Finds Video Games Are Not Bad for Kids
  164. Video: Chevrolet Volt in the Wind Tunnel
  165. Royal Society "Creationist" Resigns
  166. Spolsky's Software Q-and-A Site
  167. Why Cable Will Survive the Meltdown
  168. Santa Adds Facebook to Naughty List Over Friend Limit
  169. Copyright Board Lawyer Responds On Pandora's End
  170. Congress May Kill NIH Open Access Research Rules
  171. Gallery: Inside GM's Massive Wind Tunnel
  172. Leopard Gets Bug Fixes Galore With Mac OS X Upgrade
  173. VMWare Fusion 2 Shows Off New Tricks for Running Windows on a Mac
  174. Flower Power: Run Your Ride on a Wild Weed
  175. Priustoric: GM Builds a Plug-In Hybrid — in 1969
  176. Campaign: John McCain Invented the BlackBerry
  177. Spolsky's Software Q-and-A Site
  178. Berners-Lee Wants Truth Ratings For Websites
  179. IPv6 and the Business-Case Skeptics
  180. Mozilla Admits Firefox EULA Is Flawed
  181. New Study Links Plastics To Heart Disease, Diabetes
  182. At Long Last, GM Reveals The Volt
  183. Scott Adams's Political Survey of Economists
  184. Unholy Matrimony? Microsoft and Cray
  185. Slick Slacker G2 Makes Interactive Music Stations Portable, Convenient
  186. Answers from Harald Welte, "VIA's Open Source Representative"
  187. Continuent To Bring Open Source DB Replication To the Oracle World
  188. Tech Stocks Quiver for a Second Trading
  189. AMD Employee Charged With Stealing Intel Secrets
  190. Review: Just How Good is the MSI Wind?
  191. Angel Dust Was The Inspiration For a New Schizophrenia Drug
  192. Continuent to Bring Open Source DB Replication To the Oracle World
  193. Universal Cancels Metallica Interview over Torrent Mention
  194. Berners-Lee Wants Truth Ratings For Websites
  195. Cognitive Radios Could Increase Wireless Spectrum
  196. Tapping the Web's Collective Wisdom For Patents
  197. New Aluminum MacBook Already Shipping?
  198. Intel Unveils 6-Core Xeon 7400
  199. Tapping the Web's Collective Wisdom For Patents
  200. Tech Vs. Business?
  201. NASA Announces Next Mars Mission
  202. Spy Agencies Turn To Online Sources For Info
  203. Twilight of the GPU — an Interview With Tim Sweeney
  204. Ford's 65MPG Due In November, But Not In the US
  205. NASA Patents To Be Auctioned
  206. Sony CTO Starts New "Buy Once, Play Anywhere" Group
  207. CodeWeavers Package Google Chrome For Linux and Mac
  208. Intellectual Property and Open Source
  209. WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Release Date Announced
  210. Hubble Finds Unidentified Object In Space
  211. Best Buy Coughs Up $54 Million For Napster
  212. НаСтудио
  213. Tapping the Web's Collective Wisdom For Patents
  214. Sept. 16: Jobs Quits Apple in 1985, Returns in 1997
  215. Tech Vs. Business?
  216. NASA Announces Next Mars Mission
  217. HP Cuts 24,600 Jobs
  218. Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: Fact or Fiction?
  219. How to Get Better Genius Recommendations in iTunes 8
  220. Lawmakers Say HANG-UP and Fly!
  221. Scribbling On Digital Photos
  222. Pentagon Researcher Unveils Warcraft Terror Plot
  223. Apple's iPhone 2.1: The Bug-Fix You've Been Waiting For
  224. Peugeot Bringing a Hybrid to Le Mans
  225. Backup Your Disqus Comments
  226. Terrorism Fear Could Create Psychosomatic Epidemic, Feds Warned
  227. McCain Bucks Party Platform, Affirms Support For Embryonic Stem Cell Research
  228. Spy Agencies Turn To Online Sources For Info
  229. Game|Life 28: The Force Unleashed
  230. Twilight of the GPU — an Interview With Tim Sweeney
  231. You'll Need the Gas Savings With Mercedes' $100K Hybrid
  232. Logitech Media-Streaming Device Fills a Room With Boom
  233. Ford's 65MPG Due In November, But Not In the US
  234. NASA Patents To Be Auctioned
  235. First Beta of Windows 7 Could Arrive as Early as Next Month
  236. Snubbed by Apple, iPhone App Developer Turns to 'Ad Hoc' Distribution
  237. Sony CTO Starts New "Buy Once, Play Anywhere" Group
  238. Tech Leaders Weather a Bad Market Storm
  239. CodeWeavers Package Google Chrome For Linux and Mac
  240. Algal Jet Fuel One Big Step Closer to Reality
  241. Akihabara Nerds Rally Behind Likely Japanese Prime Minister
  242. Intellectual Property and Open Source
  243. Pain Laser Finds New Special Forces Role
  244. WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Release Date Announced
  245. Napster A 'Best Buy' at $121 Million
  246. Hubble Finds Unidentified Object In Space
  247. Best Buy Coughs Up $54 Million for Napster
  248. McCain Answers Science Policy Questionnaire
  249. Leica Releases M8.2
  250. The Sounds of Vanishing Nature