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  1. NULL Pointer Exploit Excites Researchers
  2. BitTorrent Use Up 24% Since November
  3. Study Confirms ISPs Meddle With Web Traffic
  4. April 18, 1906: Mother Nature 1, San Francisco 0
  5. PayPal Plans To Ban Unsafe Browsers
  6. Carl Zimmer's Dissection: The More We Know About Genes, the Less We Understand
  7. Complete Darwin Papers Debut on Internet
  8. Sci-Fi Shows Set to Dominate Fox's Fall Lineup
  9. Major-Label Money Could Taint Music Blogs
  10. New Ion Engine Enters Space Race
  11. Storm Dismantled at USENIX LEET Workshop
  12. AU Government Demands Universal Wiretapping
  13. Thinkpad X300 With SSD Performance Evaluation
  14. Google Earth 4.3 Offers a Number of New Features
  15. Do the Blind Deserve More Effort on the Web?
  16. Darwin's Private Papers Get Released To The Internet
  17. Why AMD Could Win The Coming Visual Computing Battle
  18. US Army Furthers Development of Robotic Suits
  19. Mile-High Skyscrapers and Floating Cities That Never Were
  20. Review: Olympus Hybrid Camera Makes a Big Splash Focusing Small
  21. D&D 4th Edition Game System License Announced
  22. Storm Dismantled at USENIX LEET Workshop
  23. AU Government Demands Universal Wiretapping
  24. Thinkpad X300 With SSD Performance Evaluation
  25. Google Earth 4.3 Offers a Number of New Features
  26. Do the Blind Deserve More Effort on the Web?
  27. Japan's Cyborg Research Enters the Skull
  28. Darwin's Private Papers Get Released To The Internet
  29. Why AMD Could Win The Coming Visual Computing Battle
  30. Growing Plants on the Moon May Be Feasible
  31. 10Gb Ethernet Alliance is Formed
  32. A Peek at AT&T's New Browser, Pogo
  33. US Army Furthers Development of Robotic Suits
  34. Some 12% of Consumers 'Borrow' Unsecured Wi-Fi
  35. Red Hat Avoids Desktop Linux, Says Too Tough
  36. How to Soundproof a Room
  37. Pioneering Disney Animator Ollie Johnston Dies
  38. D&D 4th Edition Game System License Announced
  39. Jargon Watch: Fatosphere, Cellphone Novel, Yo
  40. Storm Dismantled at USENIX LEET Workshop
  41. AU Government Demands Universal Wiretapping
  42. Do the Blind Deserve More Effort on the Web?
  43. How-To: 4 Camera Hacks You Can Do Today
  44. Feds Charge California Woman With Stealing IDs From the Dead
  45. Google Still Raking In the Billions
  46. Scientists Build World's Smallest Transistor. Gordon Moore Sighs with Relief
  47. AU Government Demands Universal Wiretapping
  48. Do the Blind Deserve More Effort on the Web?
  49. Why AMD Could Win The Coming Visual Computing Battle
  50. US Army Furthers Development of Robotic Suits
  51. Chevy Volt Spy Shots -- Just What's in Those Pics, Anyway?
  52. Cellphones Challenge the Zen of Public Transportation
  53. Thinkpad X300 With SSD Performance Evaluation
  54. MySpace Music Sees Major Money in Free Tunes
  55. Safari Update Fixes Serious Security Flaws
  56. Google Earth 4.3 Offers a Number of New Features
  57. Do the Blind Deserve More Effort on the Web?
  58. Nikon Firmware Hints at Coming 24-Megapixel D3 Replacement
  59. I Want My Net TV
  60. Japan's Cyborg Research Enters the Skull
  61. Web Service Forecasts Flight Delays
  62. Darwin's Private Papers Get Released To The Internet
  63. Why AMD Could Win The Coming Visual Computing Battle
  64. US Army Furthers Development of Robotic Suits
  65. DHS to Begin Collecting DNA of Anyone Arrested
  66. I Want My Net TV
  67. Growing Plants on the Moon May Be Feasible
  68. Google Uses Copyright-ID Tech in Child-**** Fight
  69. Growing Plants on the Moon May Be Feasible
  70. 10Gb Ethernet Alliance is Formed
  71. Senator Proposes to Monitor All P2P Traffic for Illegal Files
  72. 10Gb Ethernet Alliance is Formed
  73. China Claims Anti-Piracy Crackdown
  74. A Peek at AT&T's New Browser, Pogo
  75. US Army Furthers Development of Robotic Suits
  76. Some 12% of Consumers 'Borrow' Unsecured Wi-Fi
  77. Red Hat Avoids Desktop Linux, Says Too Tough
  78. Senator Proposes To Monitor All P2P Traffic for Illegal Files
  79. Linus Announces the 2.6.25 Linux Kernel
  80. DHS to Begin Collecting DNA of Anyone Arrested
  81. DHS to Begin Collecting DNA of Anyone Arrested
  82. Nuked Coral Reef Bounces Back
  83. Software to Randomize Police Operations at LAX
  84. Bruce Schneier's Security Matters: Prediction -- The RSA Conference Will Shrink Like a Punctured Balloon
  85. Gallery: Journey Into the Science of the Sun
  86. April 17, 1970: Houston, We No Longer Have a Problem
  87. New Spam Site Found Every Three Seconds
  88. Sun to Begin Close Sourcing MySQL
  89. Watch the Sunset From Google Earth 4.3
  90. Video: Water Balloon Exploding at 2,000 Frames per Second
  91. How to Make Your Own Björk-tastic 3-D Glasses
  92. Small Company Sues 14 Digital TV Goliaths
  93. Dying 'Last Lecture' Prof's New Book Becomes Runaway Bestseller
  94. The Inside Story of the Armed Robot Pullout Rumor
  95. Flickr Quells Video Fears With Free Doughnuts
  96. Computers Emulate Neanderthal Speech
  97. Hardy Heron Making Linux Ready for the Masses?
  98. Republicans Say Google 'Duped' FCC in Spectrum Auction
  99. Fetish: High-IQ Toaster, Wind-Driven Gadget Charger, Nine-Grand Diving Watch
  100. Google Crawls The Deep Web
  101. Is Captcha's Moment Passing?
  102. Bash Airlines All You Want, But Flying Still Beats Driving
  103. Folding@home GPU2 Beta Released, Examined
  104. Video: How to Fix Your Broken NES
  105. Six Apart's 'Blog It' Turns Facebook Into a Fire Hose
  106. Toshiba's High-Powered CT Scanner Could Save Your Life in a Heartbeat
  107. Consumer Groups Advocate for 'Do Not Track' Registry
  108. Angry Wife Lashes Out in 'YouTube Divorce' Video
  109. Why the Titanic Sank: Lousy Rivets
  110. Analysts Doubtful as Google Quarterly Earnings Approach
  111. How Social Networks May Kill Search as We Know It
  112. Report: 6 Million Pounds of Trash Litter World's Shorelines
  113. Top 5 Viable New Cancer Treatments
  114. ISO Releases OOXML FAQ
  115. The Javabot Combines Engineering and Coffee
  116. Dreamworks Acquires Rights for Ghost in the Shell
  117. 1.6 Million PCs Track Popular P2P Clients
  118. The Javabot Combines Engineering and Coffee
  119. Dreamworks Aquires Rights for Ghost in the Shell
  120. Schoolboy Corrects NASA's Math On Killer Asteroid
  121. New High-Res Map Shows U.S. Per-Capita CO2 Emissions
  122. Now They Ask: Comcast and File-Share 'Bill of Rights'
  123. Programming Collective Intelligence
  124. Schoolboy Corrects NASA's Math On Killer Asteroid
  125. iPhone SDK and Free Software Don't Match
  126. Comcast Proposes Self Regulation and P2P Bill of Rights
  127. Dreamworks Aquires Rights for Ghost in the Shell
  128. First Full Review of New Asus Eee PC 900
  129. Yahoo to Take on Google Analytics
  130. FBI Lied To Support Need For PATRIOT Act Expansion
  131. For CS Majors, How Important Is the "Where?"
  132. Need to Slice Through a Boulder? Try a 10,000-Degree Tactical Cutter
  133. Maverick Swedish Pop Star Reveals What Britney Could Have Been
  134. Bell Canada's Misinformation About Throttling
  135. Schoolboy Corrects NASA's Math On Killer Asteroid
  136. Show Us Your Most-Wanted Rare Gadgets
  137. April 16, 1813: Specifying the Interchangeability Standard
  138. Marketing On a .EDU Domain
  139. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Flickr Fans Flustered Over Video Posting
  140. McCain's Gas-Tax Holiday: Smart Politics, Stupid Policy
  141. Lawmakers Proposing Millions for Elementary School Surveillance Cams
  142. What Should We Do About Security Ethics?
  143. Forget the Courts — Apple May Fight Mac Clones With Tech
  144. How To Fight Splogs
  145. End of the Internet's Tax-Free Ride?
  146. Programmers, DIY Types Embrace Soft, Hackable Chumby
  147. Fake Subpoenas Sent To CEOs For Social Engineering
  148. "Secure Elections Act" Coming Up For Vote
  149. IBM Demonstrates High-k/Metal Gate Chips
  150. Image Editor GIMP, the 'Free-Software Photoshop,' Gets New Look
  151. Videogames Keep Olympic Shot-Putter Reese Hoffa Busy
  152. FBI Caused Delay in Terror Case Ahead of Senate Testimony
  153. Square Shooters: Four 5-Megapixel Camera Phones Judged and Rated
  154. Windows Live Hotmail CAPTCHA Cracked, Exploited
  155. Doctorow Tears Up ISP Contract Over Net Neutrality
  156. The Milky Way's Black Hole Is Not So Quiescent
  157. Seagate Sues STEC For Patent Infringement
  158. Bad Karma? Tesla Sues Henrik Fisker Over Sedan Design
  159. Monster Cables Pushes Around the Wrong Small Company
  160. The Return of Ada
  161. Armed Robots Not Actually Gone From Iraq
  162. Cuba's Cellphone Era Opens With Long Lines
  163. Banks May Be Screwing You, But Their Websites Rock
  164. For WiiWare, Ninento Summit Brings More Questions Than Answers
  165. Delta, Northwest Merger May Be Only Tip of the Iceberg
  166. Oklahoma Leaks 10,000 Social Security Numbers
  167. Bush Cyber Initiative Aims To Monitor, Restrict Access To Federal Network
  168. Malaysian Candidates Required to Have Blogs
  169. Bush Cyber Initiative Aims To Monitor, Restrict Access to Federal Network
  170. Tech That Will Save Our Species - Solar Thermal Power
  171. Microsoft Accommodating Eee With Lightweight XP
  172. "Exaflood" Disaster Appears Unlikely
  173. Counterfeit DFI Motherboards Surface In Indonesia
  174. Iron Man's New Villain — an Open Source Terrorist
  175. Weak Rivets May Have Sped Sinking of Titanic
  176. Iron Man's New Villain — an Open Source Terrorist
  177. Rocket Racing League Ready To Launch
  178. Building a 5-Ton Calculator From 19th-Century Plans
  179. April 15, 1912: 'God Himself Could Not Sink This Ship'
  180. Japanese Schoolgirl Watch: Tobacco Vending Machines Block Underage Smokers
  181. Men's Little 500 Race Makes Its 58th Run
  182. Yuri's Night: Bay Area 2008
  183. How to Lace Your Shoes
  184. Laser Triggers Electrical Activity In Thunderstorm
  185. New Book Celebrates Singular Scientists and Their Beautiful Experiments
  186. Run Google App Engine Apps On Amazon's Cloud
  187. Better Bass: Skip the Subwoofer, Hack Your Hearing?
  188. Sun Developing Open Media Stack
  189. Eve Online Client Source Code Leaked
  190. http://blog.wired.com/cars/2008/04/deutsche-bank-l.html
  191. When Your Personal Life Is Your Business, Is Everything a Tax Write-off?
  192. Flickr's Doughnut Giveaway Morphs into Worldwide Event
  193. Dealing With an IT Bully
  194. Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit Leaves Desktop Linux Behind
  195. ISO Calls For OOXML Ceasefire
  196. Nvidia Physics Engine Almost Complete
  197. Study Reports On Debian Governance, Social Organization
  198. After Delays, Rocket Racing Finally Coming to Airshows
  199. Psystar Offers $399 "OpenMac" Computer
  200. Eco-Marathon Team Hits 2,843 mpg
  201. Physicist John A. Wheeler is Dead at 96
  202. 'OpenMac' Is a Poor Man's Mac Likely to Attract Apple's Lawyers
  203. Deal in a Box: MacHeist Retail Bundle Puts Shareware on Shelves
  204. Adobe's CinemaDNG Aims to Solve Video Format Woes
  205. Sabdes 50M Brings Hybrid Power to Me***achting
  206. Linux System Programming
  207. Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit Leaves Desktop Linux Behind
  208. Free Municipal Wi-Fi Hits the Streets
  209. ISO Calls for OOXML Ceasefire
  210. Nvidia Physics Engine Almost Complete
  211. Blockbuster Wants Circuit City; Offers $1 Billion
  212. Guerrilla IT, Embracing the Superuser?
  213. U.S. Airlines Must Join EU Carbon Program -- Or Else
  214. Laptops Screens, Glare or Matte?
  215. Study Reports on Debian Governance, Social Organization
  216. Skewz.com Founder Vipul Vyas Answers Your Questions About Media Bias
  217. First Looks at The Gimp 2.5
  218. Wikipedia Breeds Unwitting Trust (Says IT Professor)
  219. Monsanto's Harvest of Fear
  220. Can You Access Your Own Cash Register Data?
  221. Satellite IDs Ships That Cut Cables
  222. What's Inside: Don't Let the Algae Sour You on Hostess's Lemon Pie
  223. In Australia, Bosses May Get Power To Snoop On Emails
  224. Movie Industry Doubles Down on 3-D
  225. US To Employ Overhead Spying Domestically
  226. Russia To Build an Orbital Construction Plant
  227. Brain Study Calls Free Will Into Question
  228. Rage Against the Machines: Gallery of Gadget Revenge
  229. April 14, 1932: Zounds! We've Split the Atomic Nucleus
  230. Russia To Build an Orbital Construction Plant
  231. Virgin Media CEO Says Net Neutrality Is Already Gone
  232. US To Employ Overhead Spying Domestically
  233. Fans Tout Windows XP's Superiority
  234. Govs to Attend Climate Change Meeting at Yale
  235. **** Creates Chemistry Trading Card Game
  236. Cops Can't Catch 'Em -- So Online Posses Nab Car Thieves
  237. African Americans and the Video Game Industry
  238. The Pioneer Anomaly & Other Breaking Physics News
  239. Cancer Therapy Without Side Effects Nearing Trials
  240. Brain Scanners Can See Your Decisions Before You Make Them
  241. Cisco Turns Routers Into Linux App Servers
  242. ISO Takes Control Of OOXML
  243. NASA Selects Landing Site for Phoenix Mars Lander
  244. The Effect of Social Missions On Tech Innovation
  245. Stolen US Military Equipment Being Sold On eBay
  246. Flowers' Smell Not Traveling As Far
  247. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Delayed Again
  248. Demonoid Tracker Is Back Online
  249. The Dead Sea Effect In the IT Workplace
  250. Name For a Community-Owned Fiber Network?