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  1. Blizzard Announces Diablo 3
  2. Feds Say They're Ready For Monday's IPv6 Deadline
  3. Anti-Evolution "Academic Freedom" Bill Passed In Louisiana
  4. eBay Australia Delays PayPal Change Indefinitely
  5. Pieces of Ancient Earth May Be Hidden On the Moon
  6. OCZ's Brain Wave Interface Headband Reviewed
  7. Uncle Sam Rolls in a 100-MPG Hybrid
  8. Where To Draw the Line With Embryo Selection?
  9. Tips For Keeping Your RSS Feeds Lean and Clean
  10. 'Dark Knight' Selling Out 3 Weeks Early
  11. ICANN and IANA Sites Hacked, Redirected
  12. Make Your PC Phone Home: How to Access Your Computer Remotely
  13. California Traffic: Like a Wildfire Every 9 Days
  14. Review: 'Operation Darkness' Succeeds Despite Flaws
  15. Hacker Launches Botnet Attack via P2P Software
  16. Q&A: 90 Minutes With Miyamoto, Nintendo's Master of Amusement
  17. The Brains Behind the Image Fulgurator
  18. Alfresco-Adobe Pact Continues To Strengthen Open Source
  19. Orbitz Open Sources Tools To Manage Large Distributed Applications
  20. Modders Get Nvidia's PhysX To Run On ATI Cards
  21. Gates' Last Day At Microsoft
  22. Grand OGL Wiki Seeks to Publish RPG Book Back-Stock
  23. North Pole Ice On Track To Melt By September?
  24. Harvard Study Questions "Long Tail" Theory
  25. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  26. Will Amazon Get a Visit From the Tax Man?
  27. Video: Bill Gates' Best Bits, From Pies to BSODs
  28. Modders Get Nvidia's PhysX To Run On ATI Cards
  29. Grand OGL Wiki Seeks to Publish RPG Book Back-Stock
  30. The Many (Geeky) Faces of Bill Gates, a Capsule Biography
  31. Pimp My Smart — And Put 13 People in It
  32. Review: Wii 'Guitar Hero' Controller Makes You a Rawk God -- Almost
  33. AT&T Whistleblower: Spy Bill Creates 'Infrastructure for a Police State'
  34. So Long, Bill Gates, and Thanks for the Monopoly
  35. North Pole Ice On Track To Melt By September?
  36. Harvard Study Questions "Long Tail" Theory
  37. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  38. What We Can Learn from Buckminster Fuller
  39. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  40. Will Amazon Get a Visit From the Tax Man?
  41. Firefox 3 Already Rules the Roost
  42. Declaring Whales Safe, Navy Presses On With Sonar Training
  43. New Rules Could Mean Hundreds of New Domains
  44. US Halts Applications For Solar Energy Projects
  45. Telecom Immunity Flip-Floppers Got More Telecom Money
  46. "Wisdom of Crowds" Works For Individuals Too
  47. Tiny Satellite Set To Hunt Asteroids
  48. Drug Reverses Retardation In Mice
  49. NASA Tests Hypersonic Blackswift
  50. Senate Delays Telecom Immunity Vote Until After July Recess
  51. Intentional GPS Jamming On the Increase
  52. NASA Tests Hypersonic Blackswift
  53. The Fight To End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  54. June 27, 1898: Down to the Sea in Ships, and Then Some
  55. Zero Hour Trains EMTs With Virtual Worst-Case Scenarios
  56. The Fight To End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  57. Can Any Router Guarantee Bandwidth For VoIP?
  58. Bell's Own Data Exposes P2P As a Red Herring
  59. Ambitious California Emissions Plan Could Boost Economy, Chart National Policy
  60. Get to Usenet Even if Your ISP Blocks You
  61. Yahoo Shakes Up Management Amid Shareholder Unrest
  62. Review: Charming 'Wall-E' Sweeps Up Trash, Hearts
  63. WTF? NC Offers to Replace 10,000 License Plates
  64. Mash Your Pics Onto a Map: Get Started With Flickr's API
  65. ICANN Has New Domains
  66. Senate Committee Approving AM-FM Royalty Bill
  67. Video: Bio House Keeps You Younger, Say Designers
  68. Can Any Router Guarantee Bandwidth For VOIP?
  69. TIE Fighters Come to Life in Animated 3-D Display
  70. Mars Soil Appears To Be Able To Sustain Life
  71. Review: Walkman Phone Nails Form, Not Function
  72. Poll: Should McCain Learn To Use A Computer?
  73. The Fight to End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  74. VW Rolls Out a Sweet Plug-In Hybrid
  75. Sourceforge.net Blocked In Mainland China
  76. Crooks Nab Citibank ATM Codes, Steal Millions
  77. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text Episode 10: Moody Transformer Hulk
  78. Can the Internet Save Indie Film?
  79. First Look: Maker's Notebook Justifies Its Steep Price
  80. Japan's Cult Retro-Gaming TV Show Debuts in English
  81. Ask Jeremy White and Alexandre Julliard About the Future of WINE
  82. People Love Hybrids Enough to Actually Pay for Them
  83. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  84. Live Coverage: California's New Plan to Cut Emissions
  85. Gun Camera Adds Graffiti to Other People's Photos
  86. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  87. ICANN Board Approves Wide Expansion of TLDs
  88. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  89. Supreme Court Holds Right to Bear Arms Applies to Individuals
  90. Mars Had an Ancient Impact Like Earth
  91. IT Students Contract Out Coursework To India
  92. Why the Cloud Cannot Obscure the Scientific Method
  93. Does an Open Java Really Matter?
  94. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  95. Mars Had an Ancient Impact Like Earth
  96. RIAA Must Pay Defendant's Legal Fees
  97. Obama's Musical Tastes: Eclectic, and a Bit Surprising
  98. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  99. A Marine's-Eye View of the Networked Battlefield
  100. IT Students Contract Out Coursework To India
  101. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  102. Only One Quarter of the Planet To Be Online By 2012
  103. Why the Cloud Cannot Obscure the Scientific Method
  104. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  105. Bill Gates Chews Out Microsoft
  106. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  107. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  108. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  109. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  110. Scandinavian Scientists Designing Robotic Snakes
  111. Security Matters: I've Seen the Future, and It Has a Kill Switch
  112. Road Warriors: Four Bluetooth Headsets Compared
  113. June 26, 1974: Supermarket Scanner Rings Up Historic Pack of Gum
  114. Google's Open Source Android OS Will Free the Wireless Web
  115. California Bans Talking While Driving, Sort Of
  116. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  117. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  118. The World's 10 Dirtiest Cities
  119. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  120. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  121. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  122. AI Could Power Next-gen CCTV Cameras
  123. Best Robot Love Stories, From Wall-E to Weird Science
  124. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  125. Rule the Blogosphere in 5 Easy Steps
  126. Broadcasters Playing Race Card of Sorts in AM-FM Royalty Flap
  127. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  128. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  129. Surprisingly Few People Collect On GTA Hot Coffee
  130. Chrysler To Offer Wireless Internet In 2009 Models
  131. Netroots Nation Organizer Says McCain Welcome to Attend
  132. Hands-On: User-Gen Xbox Games Are Rough But Promising
  133. Prince Sues To Destroy All Copies of Tribute Album
  134. FCC Free Wireless Equals Censorship Technology Bonanza
  135. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  136. Children Concerned By Parents' Web Habits
  137. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  138. Researchers Demo Flippable-Page E-book Reader
  139. Power Consumption of a Typical PC While Gaming
  140. Stoners Advocate Sparking Up Before Flights, Man
  141. Clive Thompson on How Email Bots Can Deal With Your Overstuffed Inbox
  142. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  143. Entertainment Weekly Bemoans Lack of Great Science Books
  144. Microsoft Delivers Long-Awaited Mac Open XML Converters
  145. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  146. White House Refused To Open Unwelcome EPA E-Mail
  147. All-Seeing Car Reads Road Signs For You
  148. Scientists: It Once Rained on Mars
  149. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  150. Charter's Trials of NebuAd Halted
  151. Pending FISA Spy Bill Redefines WMDs
  152. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  153. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  154. Openmoko's Open Source Phone Goes Mass-Market
  155. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  156. Terminal Chaos
  157. Google Begat the End of the Scientific Method?
  158. Google Sued for $1B Over Outlook Migration Tool
  159. Bjarne Stroustrup Reveals All On C++
  160. Dodd, Feingold To Try and Filibuster Immunity Bill
  161. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  162. Interactive Advertising's Coming Out Party
  163. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  164. Lost the Remote? Use Your Face
  165. Google Begat the End of the Scientific Method?
  166. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  167. How Facebook Stores Billions of Photos
  168. T-Mobile Rolls Out Broadband/Landline Service
  169. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  170. Google Sued for $1B Over Outlook Migration Tool
  171. Bjarne Stroustrup Reveals All On C++
  172. Dodd, Feingold To Try and Filibuster Immunity Bill
  173. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  174. Sun Spokesman Says "We Screwed Up On Open Source"
  175. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  176. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  177. When Is a Self-Signed SSL Certificate Acceptable?
  178. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  179. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  180. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  181. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  182. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  183. Senate Hearing On Laptop Seizures At US Border
  184. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Earth to Aliens -- We're a Bunch of Dorks
  185. June 25, 1867: Barbed Wire -- the Beta Version
  186. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  187. FBI Arrests Six More in Citibank ATM Heists
  188. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  189. No XP Reprieve; Windows 7 Release Set
  190. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  191. FBI Visits Leaker of Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy
  192. By Open Sourcing Symbian, Nokia Kicks Off the Mobile Age
  193. Review: Nokia E66 Is Business up Front, Party in the Back
  194. Higher Oil Prices Are Starting To Bring Jobs Home
  195. Ferrari Building a Smaller, Lighter, Quicker Enzo
  196. How to Throw a Perfect High-Five
  197. Inside the MPAA's Understanding of Copyright Infringement
  198. Cheating Fans Give Avril Lavigne a YouTube Lift
  199. FCC Dealt Setback In BPL Push
  200. Get Started With REST
  201. Cool/Weird Stuff To Do On a Cluster?
  202. RFID Tags Can Interfere With Medical Devices
  203. Real-World Firefox 3 Memory Usage Leads the Field
  204. Six Crazy Concept Bikes You'll Never Ride
  205. Greener Jet Engine Could Reduce Aviation's Carbon Footprint
  206. Real Snail Mail
  207. How to Save Mac OS X From Malware
  208. Charter Freezes Web Eavesdropping Plan
  209. Hackers Crack London Tube's Ticketing System
  210. Microsoft/Yahoo Takeover Talks On Again
  211. Artist/Astronomer Exhibits Photos Of Spy Satellites
  212. First US Offshore Wind Power Park In Delaware
  213. New Grads Shun IT Jobs As "Boring"
  214. 'Guitar Hero' for the Blind and for the Wii
  215. Are Internet Genetic Testing Services Really Illegal?
  216. Lego Secret Vault Contains All Sets In History
  217. Huge Traffic On Wikipedia's Non-Profit Budget
  218. New Grads Shun IT Jobs As "Boring"
  219. LGP To Introduce Game Copy Protection
  220. Fastest-Ever Windows HPC Cluster
  221. Japan Imposes "Fine On Fat"
  222. Nokia Buys Up Symbian, Sets It Free
  223. Japan Imposes 'Fine On Fat'
  224. Android Phones Delayed
  225. Global Warming Scientist: 'This Is the Last Chance'
  226. Google Trends vs. Community Standards On Obscenity
  227. Nokia to Acquire and Open Source Symbian
  228. Facebook's Newest Friend? Visa
  229. Lack of Sunlight Could Lead To Early Death
  230. Wanted: Mad Scientist
  231. Google Abandons the Gmail Name In Germany
  232. SCOTUS To Hear Small ISPs' Case Against AT&T
  233. Lack of Sunlight Could Lead To Early Death
  234. Kernel Builders Appeal For Open Source Drivers
  235. Watching the Skies: Space Is Really Big — But Not Too Big to Map
  236. The Petabyte Age: Because More Isn't Just More — More Is Different
  237. The End of Theory: The Data Deluge Makes the Scientific Method Obsolete
  238. Feeding the Masses: Data In, Crop Predictions Out
  239. A Hippocratic Oath For Scientists
  240. Cutting-Edge AI Projects?
  241. June 24, 1947: They Came From ... Outer Space?
  242. Recording Industry Decries AM-FM Broadcasting as 'A Form of Piracy'
  243. Save Money, Go Adventuring With Japanese RPG Piggy Bank
  244. Prior Art In Barracuda-Trend Micro Lawsuit
  245. Google Abandons the Gmail Name In Germany
  246. Brendan Eich Discusses the Future of JavaScript
  247. Nation's Spies Say Climate Change Could Spark War
  248. DNA Testing Company Stops Internet Sales in California
  249. Bizarre Properties of Glass Allow Creation of "Metallic Glass"
  250. What Does It Mean To Be an Open Source Author?