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  1. Time Warner Q1 Net Falls 36 Percent; Bids Final 'Bye' to Cable
  2. Microsoft's Next Move on Yahoo Imminent: WSJ
  3. Post-Suicide Account Cracking?
  4. FBI Adds Two Digital Forensic Labs
  5. Patent Appeals System Under Constitutional Attack
  6. MySpace Treads Carefully With "HyperTargeting"
  7. Anatomy of a Racer: Only Elite Athletes Can Vanquish Rivals at Triple-Digit Speeds
  8. NYTimes.com Hand-Codes HTML & CSS
  9. Olympic-Torch Security Troops Block Everest Bloggers' Climb
  10. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Iron Man Battles vs. Nefarious Ferrous Adversaries
  11. April 30, 1897: J.J. Thomson Announces the Electron ... Sort Of
  12. LSD Inventor Albert Hofmann Dies at 102
  13. Spammers Hijacking IP Space
  14. MS Beta Software To Manage Unix/Linux Systems
  15. Gas to Hit $7 a Gallon
  16. Major PC Vendors Push For Open Source Drivers
  17. Arizona Judge Shoots Down RIAA Theories
  18. Last-Minute Glitch Holds Up Windows XP SP3
  19. In Pre-Olympics Rebuke of China, Congressman Pushes 'Global Online Freedom Act'
  20. Juror: Hans Reiser Planned the Murder, 'Thought It Out'
  21. Disillusioned With IT?
  22. Five Failed 3-D Technologies
  23. ICANN Takes a Step Toward Ending Domain Tasting
  24. Long-Awaited Windows XP Update Adds Features From Vista
  25. 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Hustles Songs Through Amazon MP3
  26. Is It Time to Fire Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer?
  27. Sorry, Absinthe Trippers: Scientists Say You're Just Really Drunk
  28. Facial Hair and Computer Languages
  29. Hard Evidence of Voting Machine Addition Errors
  30. The File-System Fallout of the Reiser Verdict
  31. Macbook Air Internal EVDO Broadband Card Mod
  32. A New Tactic Against HIV: T-Cell Tweaks
  33. Microsoft Very Quiet, but Something Is Happening
  34. Man Who 'Found' Saddam's WMD Now Pushing Ray Gun Theory
  35. Performance Showdown - SSDs vs. HDDs
  36. Microsoft Helps Police Crack Your Computer
  37. UK to Ban Possession of Certain 'Violent' ****ography
  38. Confidence Booster: IBM Ups Dividend by 25 percent
  39. Drug Dealers Rejoice: The $10 Mobile Phone is Here
  40. How Aftermarket Inkjet Ink Holds Up After a Year
  41. Microsoft Downplaying Recent DNS Vulnerability
  42. Forget Psyster: Mac OS X Leopard Running On OQO
  43. OQO Hacker Claims World's Smallest OS X Machine
  44. SCO v. Novell Goes to Trial Today In Utah
  45. Ruby and Java Running in JavaScript
  46. Kraken Infiltration Revives "Friendly Worm" Debate
  47. Lawyers Would Rather Fly Than Download PGP
  48. Half a Million Microsoft-Powered Sites Hit With SQL Injection
  49. Google VisualRank for Image Search
  50. Electric Airplanes Take Flight. Get Yours Now
  51. Cray, Intel To Partner On Hybrid Supercomputer
  52. Falling Microsoft Income Endangers Yahoo Bid
  53. Warning Buoy Network Protects Right Whales
  54. EULAs For Malware
  55. Microsoft Downplaying Recent DNS Vulnerability
  56. How to Miniaturize a Scene
  57. Coachella: Pig Flies, and There's a $10,000 Reward
  58. April 29, 1964: Godzilla, Mothra Clash for First Time
  59. Lawyers Would Rather Fly Than Download PGP
  60. Microsoft Takes Its Sweet Time With Yahoo
  61. Video: Omega Pedal Adds Kick to 'Rock Band'
  62. Hans Reiser Guilty of First Degree Murder
  63. Effect of Virtual Avatars On Real-Life Behavior
  64. India Launches 10 Satellites At Once
  65. Schism Grows Between Obama and Liberal Bloggers
  66. Forget Brain Age: Researchers Develop Software That Makes You Smarter
  67. DNA Link Found Between Frozen Aboriginal Man and 17 Living People
  68. Half a Million Microsoft-Powered Sites Hit With SQL Injection
  69. Get Better Product Recommendations From Amazon
  70. Live Video: Reiser Murder Trial Verdict Due Momentarily
  71. Effects of Virtual Avatars In Real-Life Behavior
  72. 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Shifts Into Media Overdrive
  73. Back to the Drawing Board, and Glad of It
  74. Google VisualRank for Image Search
  75. Review: Navigon GPS Provides Mediocre Guidance on the Cheap
  76. Behind the Memes With ROFLCon's Biggest Cewebrities
  77. Second Galileo Test Satellite Now in Orbit
  78. Effects of Virtual Avatars In Real Life Behavior
  79. Social Networking Applications Can Pose Security Risks
  80. Ruby and Java Running in JavaScript
  81. Smithsonian Gets Military UAVs
  82. RallyPoint — The Computerized Combat Glove
  83. Data Center In a Shoe Box
  84. Metallica Considering Radiohead-Style Release
  85. Half A Million Microsoft-Powered Sites Hit With SQL Injection
  86. Social Networking Applications Can Pose Security Risks
  87. Negroponte vs. Open-Source Fundamentalists
  88. First Psystar Mac Clones Ship
  89. India Launches 10 Satellites At Once
  90. First Superheavy Element Found In Nature
  91. Average Web Page Size Triples Since 2003
  92. Microsoft in Quandary Over Yahoo Bid as Key Deadline Passes
  93. Growing Customer Base Boosts Verizon 1Q Profit by 9.8 percent
  94. Spore Editor Available June 17th
  95. Spore Editor Available June 17th
  96. Social Networking Applications Can Pose Security Risks
  97. Usability Testing Hardy Heron With a Girlfriend
  98. Who Runs RIAA's Settlement Information Center?
  99. IBM's Inexpensive Notes/Domino Push Against MS
  100. Who Stole the Plans for iRobot's Battle Bots?
  101. Nature Conquers Micropolis in Dioramas Photographed to Look Real
  102. Copyright Expert Uninvited From Canada Policy Forum
  103. Is Cheap Video Surveillance Possible?
  104. Broadband 2.0 Poised to Reshape Web, TV
  105. April 28, 1947: Kon-Tiki Sets Sail From Peru to Polynesia
  106. 'Guitar Hero': Gateway Drug to Six-String Bliss
  107. Subversion, Not Sexism, in Internet Culture
  108. Consumer Ethanol Appliance Promised By Year's End
  109. Rumor: Apple Developing a New iTunes App for the iPhone
  110. Breakthrough in Gene Therapy Improves Sight in Nearly Blind
  111. Cuban Blogs Offer Candid View of Life Under Communism
  112. Consumer Ethanol Appliance Promised By Year End
  113. Smartphone Battle Is Shaping Up As RIM Vs. Apple
  114. Coachella: Saturday Night Live With Kraftwerk, Portishead, M.I.A. and Yo! Majesty
  115. Smartphone Battle Is Shaping Up As RIM Vs. Apple
  116. Coachella: Portishead Returns, Rocks
  117. iTunes Store May Capture One-Quarter of Worldwide Music by 2012
  118. Coding Around UAC's Security Limitations
  119. Is Google Neglecting Blogger?
  120. From Spacemen 3 to Spiritualized: Jason Pierce Transcends Time
  121. Mining the Cognitive Surplus
  122. Malware Modification Contest Has Antivirus Vendors Upset
  123. Metallica May Follow In Footsteps of Radiohead, NIN
  124. Blake's 7 Remake In the Works
  125. Judge Demands Information About Missing White House Emails
  126. Business Week Takes On the RIAA
  127. Macs Gaining a Bigger Role In Enterprise
  128. Details On Windows XP SP3 Leaked
  129. Party Ideas For Math Nerds?
  130. Macs Gaining a Bigger Role In the Enterprise
  131. Coachella: Saturday Starts With Uffie, Kavinsky and Little Brother
  132. Coachella: Aphex Twin, Pendulum, Aesop Rock and More
  133. IBM Trying To Patent Timed Code Inspection
  134. Behind the Memes: JibJabbin' the Day Away
  135. Is Mathematics Discovered Or Invented?
  136. DTV Is Coming and I'm Not Ready
  137. Phantom Lapboard May Actually Ship
  138. Is Mathematics Discovered Or Invented?
  139. ROFLCon: Internet Meme Conference Gathers Steam
  140. Despite Scorching Heat, Coachella Packs 'Em in With High-Energy Sets
  141. Congress Considers Reform On Orphaned Works
  142. Competition In the Free Textbook Market
  143. Review: Subtle Touches Enrich Banks' Matter
  144. D-Day: Still No Word From Microsoft
  145. Study: Narwhals Are at Greater Risk Than Polar Bears
  146. Call For Open Source Awards 2008 Nominations
  147. Donald Knuth Rips On Unit Tests and More
  148. Nanomicroscopic Image Or Modern Art?
  149. Self-Healing Computers For NASA Spacecraft
  150. Senate Proposal To Clarify 'State Secrets' Doctrine
  151. Larrabee Team Is Focused On Rasterization
  152. New Attack Exploits "Safe" Oracle Inputs
  153. Donald Knuth Rips on Unit Tests and More
  154. Five Days Locked in a Room With GTA IV
  155. Nanamicroscopic Image or Modern Art?
  156. The Physics of Zero-G Whipped Cream
  157. AT&T Denies Resetting P2P Connections
  158. Self-Healing Computers for NASA Spacecraft
  159. Backup Tapes With 2 Million Medical Records Stolen
  160. Reviews: Personal Days, PBS' Iraq-Bound Carrier, Rapper Dizzee Rascal
  161. Peak Water: Aquifers and Rivers Are Running Dry. How Three Regions Are Coping
  162. 15th Anniversary: Tractors Turn Out as Smart as One Writer Predicted
  163. Senate Proposal to Clarify 'State Secrets' Doctrine
  164. Gallery: Nano Photos Rival Modern Art
  165. The Last Pinball Machine Factory
  166. Go Go Curry Brings Japan's Authentic Comfort Food to NYC
  167. Fisker Says Tesla's Claim He Stole WhiteStar's Design Is 'Nonsense'
  168. Which Gov Agency Should Be Your Computer's Firewall?
  169. Microsoft CFO Explains Why the Stock Sucks: Yahoo
  170. Focused Microwaves Could Enable Wireless Power Transfer
  171. EPA Wants New Rules for Testing Bacteria Levels in Airplane Tap Water
  172. War Games Sequel Goes Direct to DVD
  173. State Attorneys General Propose Free Satellite Radio
  174. GPL Edutainment Software
  175. ROFLCon: Welcome to the Fame Revolution
  176. Coming Soon to All 50 States: VW's 60 mpg Jetta Diesel
  177. Nanoparticle Infused Gauze Quickly Stanches Wounds
  178. Microsoft Ponders Next Move in Yahoo Chess Match
  179. Larrabee Team Is Focused On Rasterization
  180. GPS Losing Its Bearings in the Marketplace
  181. Why Microsoft Won't Extend Windows XP's Lifespan
  182. Google, ComScore Trade Blows Over Clicks
  183. Ctrl-Alt-Ouch! How to Reset a Dislocated Shoulder
  184. Further Details From Soyuz Mishap
  185. Review: LG enV2 Cellphone — Slim. Small. Sucky.
  186. Coming Soon to All 50 States: VW's 60 mpg Jetta Diesel
  187. New Attack Exploits "Safe" Oracle Inputs
  188. Dell Will Offer XP Past Cut-off Date
  189. Toshiba's Big Hit for HD DVD Flop: Profits Fall 95 Percent
  190. Swedish City Gears Up For Virgin Galactic Spaceport
  191. The Future of Space Sports
  192. ROFLCon: It's Not Easy Being Memes
  193. FBI Wants Authority To Filter Net Backbone
  194. Behind the Memes: Kickin' It With the I Can Has Cheezburger? Kids
  195. Spam Is 30 Years Old
  196. 500 Thousand MS Web Servers Hacked
  197. Choosing an SSL Provider?
  198. KDE Desktops For 52 Million Students In Brazil
  199. Companies To Be Liable For Deals With Online Criminals
  200. Goodbye To the SPOT Watch
  201. Diebold Admits ATMs Are More Robust Than Voting Machines
  202. Solar Powered Microbes Manufacture Biofuels
  203. Guillermo del Toro Will Direct "The Hobbit"
  204. New "Iron Curtain" for Russian Internet
  205. Predicting Human Errors From Brain Activity
  206. What's Inside: For a Refreshing Hint of Tear Gas, Light Up a Cigarette
  207. Solo Animator's 'Sita Sings the Blues' Makes Tribeca Film Fest
  208. Sex Drive: 7 Reasons Your Boss Should Send You to Sex Conferences
  209. How Good Lighting Can Make Digital Renders Look Real
  210. Court: Government Must Reveal Watch-List Status to Constantly Detained Americans
  211. April 25, 1859: Big Dig Starts for Suez Canal
  212. Nanoparticles Help Gauze Stop Gushing Wounds
  213. NASA To Develop Small Satellites
  214. How to Touch Up Your Snapshots on the Cheap
  215. Heavyweight Wristwatch Crams Geeky Features, Is Thicker Than J-Lo
  216. Yahoo! Expands Open Web Platform Plans
  217. Bill Prohibiting Genetic Discrimination Moves Forward
  218. Microsoft 3Q Profit Falls From Vista-Heavy '07 Quarter
  219. Humans Nearly Went Extinct 70,000 Years Ago
  220. Geoengineering Quick-Fix Would Wreak Ozone Havoc
  221. Bill Prohibiting Genetic Discrimination Moves Forward
  222. Genetic Nondiscrimination Bill Clears Congress
  223. Are C and C++ Losing Ground?
  224. The State Of Grayware On the PC
  225. Black Hole Particle Jets Explained
  226. Cho Escapes From 'Guantanamo Bay' to 'Star Trek'
  227. Honda Goes Crazy With a Hot Wheels Racer
  228. Latest Ubuntu Release Brings Power and Polish to the Linux Desktop
  229. Strong Earnings Could Reinvigorate Microsoft's Yahoo Bid
  230. Why OpenSolaris Failed To Build a Community
  231. Drought Nearly Killed Off Humans 70,000 Years Ago
  232. Rambus Wins Appeal of FTC Anti-Trust Ruling
  233. Apple Prepares For the Coming iPod Slump
  234. Patch the Linux Kernel Without Reboots
  235. Live Video Review of the Nokia N95 8-GB Cellphone
  236. Downed Georgian Drone Stirs International Incident
  237. S. Korea Will Deploy Cloned Drug-Sniffing Dogs
  238. Apple Prepares for the Coming iPod Slump
  239. Researchers Infiltrate and 'Pollute' Storm Botnet
  240. Bill Gates on the GPL - 'We Disagree'
  241. Ballmer Pumps Vista While Offering Hope for XP
  242. Gossip Girl a Big Hit, Just Not on TV
  243. Patch the Linux Kernel Without Reboots
  244. Ubuntu 8.04 Released
  245. Negroponte Says Windows 'Runs Well' On XO Laptop
  246. Google Turns Over Data on Suspected Pedophiles In Brazil
  247. PC Gaming Suggestions for Console-like Fun?
  248. US Spies Use Custom Video Games for Training
  249. Vuze Study Exposes P2P Throttling By Canadian ISP Cogeco
  250. NASA Responds To MMO Concerns