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  1. Name For a Community-Owned Fiber Network?
  2. Bill Gates's Wish Is Homeland Security's Command
  3. U.S. Government Seeks Input on Vaccine Policy
  4. Feds Admit Accidents With Foot-and-Mouth Disease
  5. Skin-Breathing Frog Offers Insight Into Species Evolution
  6. TV Networks Take Risks on Web Viewers
  7. Asetek LCLC Takes Liquid Cooling Mainstream
  8. Internet Sites Biased Towards Supporting Suicide
  9. Canada Blocks Sale of Space Tech Company To US
  10. Paraguay Telco Hijacks DNS Before Elections
  11. Internet Community Catches a Car Thief
  12. UK ISPs Could Face Government Broadband TV Tax
  13. MySQL 5.1 Improves Performance, Partitioning, Bug Fixes
  14. National Archives Cuts Back On Web Site Archiving
  15. Distance Record Broken For a Walking Robot
  16. MySQL 5.1 Improves Performance, Partitioning, Bug Fixes
  17. National Archives Cuts Back on Web Site Archiving
  18. TiVo Patent Victory Over Dish Network Upheld
  19. Distance Record Broken for a Walking Robot
  20. Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Others Fined Over Digital TV Notices
  21. Harvard Adds Open Source to its MBA Curriculum
  22. Robot Rebellion Quelled in Iraq
  23. New York to Implement an 'Amazon Tax'
  24. Wired's Geekster Handbook, a Field Guide to the Nerd Underground
  25. On Location With an 'Obama in 30 Seconds' Crew
  26. NASA Launches New Science Website
  27. Visualizing Viruses
  28. Reviews: M83 Ups the Tempo, X Saves the World, God of War Invades PSP
  29. Microsoft Designed UAC to Annoy Users
  30. How To Take Your Music Open Source With Ogg Vorbis
  31. Microsoft Designed UAC to Annoy Users
  32. Hurricane's Deep Ocean Roar Sounds Its Strength
  33. Yuri's Night: The Complete World Space Party Users Guide
  34. Security Guru Gives Hackers a Taste of Their Own Medicine
  35. Yuri's Night 2008: Submit Your Space Party Photos
  36. Congress Gets Their Own Piece of YouTube to Host Videos
  37. Music Label's Eternal Ownership Argument is Rubbish
  38. Its Contagious: Quarantine, the Next Viral Movie Craze
  39. ISPs Say P4P Negates Need for Net Neutrality Regs
  40. Ready for a CyberWalk?
  41. Ten Weirdest Types of Computers
  42. Nvidia CEO "Not Afraid" of CPU-GPU Hybrids
  43. That Blissfully Quiet Electric Car Might Just Kill You
  44. Show Us Your Hilarious Shrine to Science
  45. Scientists Flesh Out Plans to Grow (And Sell) Test Tube Meat
  46. Blogger Subpoenaed for Criticizing Trial Lawyers
  47. Set-Top Box for BitTorrent to Simplify Downloads
  48. Flock Delivers On Promises Post 1.0
  49. Ethics Be Hanged: Rupert Murdoch Is In It to Win
  50. Firefox Logo Spotted in Deep Space
  51. Think You Can Design a Car? Prove It
  52. Cities Tampering With Traffic Lights To Generate Revenue
  53. Cybercrime Is a Franchise Model That Scales
  54. The Many Battle Fronts of Content Owners
  55. Melting Ice Drains a Chilean Lake; Warming Blamed
  56. Winner in Yahoo-Microsoft Battle? How About Google?
  57. Judge In e360 Vs. Comcast Rules e360 a Spammer
  58. Targeted Ads, Corporate Snooping Offend Most Web Users
  59. Is the U.S. Army Reading Your Blog?
  60. High Hopes for Pratt & Whitney's New Jet Engine
  61. Nanoclusters Break Superconductivity Record
  62. Network Solutions Advertises On Your Sub-Domains
  63. IBM Creates Working "Racetrack Memory"
  64. NSFW Gallery: Sex Science From Da Vinci to MRIs
  65. Crytek Bashes Intel's Ray Tracing Plans
  66. Gartner Analysts Warn That Windows Is Collapsing
  67. Satellite Abandoned Due To Orbital Patent
  68. Universal Attacks First Sale Doctrine
  69. We've Been Changing the Climate for Eons, and That's Reason for Hope
  70. Sex Drive: Talk Dirty, Descriptively in **** for the Blind
  71. April 11, 1984: Shuttle Makes House Call, Repairs Satellite
  72. Mysterious Sound Waves Can Destroy Rockets
  73. Europe Rejects Plan To Criminalize File-Sharing
  74. World of Warcraft - Wrath Of the Lich King Is In Alpha
  75. Inside the Secret War Against Internet Spies
  76. Blockbuster Working on Set-Top Box
  77. Psychologists Don't Know Math
  78. Smallest Planet Outside Our Solar System Found
  79. Top Botnets Control Some 1 Million Hijacked Computers
  80. AOL Jumps Into the Ring with Microsoft, Yahoo!, Google
  81. Asus Crams Three GPUs onto a Single Graphics Card
  82. GPS Trackers Find Novel Applications
  83. Mediasentry Violates Cease & Desist Order
  84. Google Shares Its Security Secrets
  85. Should Microsoft Be Excluded From EU Government Sales?
  86. Movement Sensors a Less Invasive Alternative To CCTV
  87. Europe Rejects Plan To Criminalize File-Sharing
  88. Muni Wireless Is Dead. Here Comes a New Way to Connect
  89. The Latest Trend in Microcars Positions the Engine as Backseat Driver
  90. Espionage Against Pro-Tibet Groups, Others, Spurred Microsoft Patches
  91. World of Warcraft - Wrath Of the Lich King Is In Alpha
  92. Do High-Tech Swimsuits Give Racers an Edge?
  93. Inside the Secret War Against Internet Spies
  94. Do High-Tech Swimsuits Give Racers an Edge?
  95. Blockbuster Working on Set-Top Box
  96. How to Prevent Hearing Loss
  97. Psychologists Don't Know Math
  98. Orbiter Captures High-Res Color Pics of Martian Moon
  99. Apple May Have Pulled Radiohead's "Nude" from Top Songs Chart
  100. Smallest Planet Outside Our Solar System Found
  101. AOL Jumps Into the Ring with Microsoft, Yahoo!, Google
  102. 'Homestar Runner' Episodic Game Coming to WiiWare
  103. Flickr Users Cry Mutiny Over New Video Feature
  104. Top Botnets Control Some 1 Million Hijacked Computers
  105. Who Pays for Rebuilding the Internet?
  106. AOL Jumps Into the Ring with Microsoft, Yahoo!, Google
  107. Merger Mania Pits Microsoft, News Corp. Against Yahoo, AOL
  108. Asus Crams Three GPUs onto a Single Graphics Card
  109. Game Gets Tougher for Activision's Top Game Boy
  110. 4 Features to Expect on Your 3-G iPhone
  111. GPS Trackers Find Novel Applications
  112. Mediasentry Violates Cease & Desist Order
  113. Google Shares Its Security Secrets
  114. New Japanese Technology to Keep You Smiling
  115. Yahoo Turns to Friends to Fend Off Microsoft Bid
  116. Many Scientists Using Performance Enhancing Drugs
  117. Report: U.S. Internet Economy Ranks Fourth
  118. MS Clearflow To Help Drivers Avoid Traffic Jams
  119. Whaddya? Blind? Not With These Mirrors, You're Not
  120. Should Microsoft Be Excluded From EU Government Sales?
  121. Movement Sensors a Less Invasive Alternative To CCTV
  122. MS Clearflow To Help Drivers Avoid Traffic James
  123. IBM Ships Fastest CPU on Earth
  124. Microsoft and News Corp in Yahoo Bid Talks
  125. eBay Australia Makes PayPal Mandatory
  126. Experts Hack Power Grid in Less Than a Day
  127. Introducing Iarpa: It's Like Darpa, But for Spies
  128. Who Pays for Rebuilding the Internet?
  129. Steampunk Unboxing: Difference Engine Arrives in Silicon Valley
  130. April 10, 1849: Safety Tech Gets to the Point, Baby
  131. Bloggers, DIY Filmmakers Capture S.F. Olympic Protest
  132. 20 Percent of Scientists Admit Using Brain-Enhancing Drugs Do You?
  133. Computerized Control Systems Killed Once and Will Again, Experts Warn
  134. Mr. Know-It-All: Office Pill-Popping, Blog Amending, Pub Surfing
  135. The Future of Ubiquitous Computers
  136. Snacks, Seals and Guttersnipes: New Robots on Parade
  137. How to Shop and Eat Locally
  138. MyLifeBits to Store Every Moment of Your Life
  139. Microsoft Discloses 14,000 Pages of Coding Secrets
  140. Review: Mac Mini Takes on Everex MyMini PC
  141. US Does Suprisingly Well in Internet Survey
  142. Adults Too Quick to Dismiss Educational Gaming?
  143. What's The Perfect Balance For a Budget Laptop?
  144. Zombie Computers Decried as Imminent National Threat
  145. Red Hat Seeks Limits on Software Patents
  146. Watch as Olympic Torch Protests Hit San Francisco
  147. Microsoft Gets a New Open Source Chief
  148. FCC, FAA Still Don't Want Cell Phones on Planes
  149. RedHat Seeks Limits on Software Patents
  150. Shareholder Backs Yahoo!, Supports Independence
  151. Flickr Adds Video Capabilities to Service
  152. Is an 11-Year-Old Network Administrator a Good Idea?
  153. BBC and ISPs Clash over iPlayer
  154. Configuring Juniper NetScreen & SSG Firewalls
  155. EMC Snaps Up Storage Also-Ran Iomega
  156. It's A-OK for Korea's First Astronaut; Mom Faints Anyway
  157. Google Takes Down HuddleChat After Complaints
  158. Google Says, 'Sorry, You Search Like a Bot'
  159. Without a Central Core, Can Mass Transit Work in L.A.?
  160. HP Admits Selling Infected Flash-Floppy Drives
  161. Internet Black Holes
  162. Climate Change Finally Impacts Important Industry
  163. Pixar to Release All New Movies in 3D
  164. Your Identity Is Worth Less Than $15
  165. The Texas Petawatt Laser
  166. Old Subway Cars As Artificial Reef
  167. Trying to Design a Truly Entertaining Game Can Defeat Even a Certified Genius
  168. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Fat Lady Sings for Geeky Time Traveler
  169. 15th Anniversary: Do You Speak Meme? Match the Buzz Phrase With Its Definition
  170. The Mac Guru of Damascus in the Case of the Missing Laptops
  171. Texans Build World's Most Powerful Laser
  172. April 9, 1806: I.K. Brunel Is Born, a Giant Among Engineers
  173. Oil Deposit Could Increase US Reserves 10x
  174. What Font Color Is Best For Eyes?
  175. Guitarati Sees a Rainbow Where Others See Music Genres
  176. Google Mail Servers Enable Backscatter Spam
  177. Flickr Adds Video Sharing for 'Pro' Members
  178. High-Tech Olympic Torch Carries 5,000 Years of History
  179. Avoid Paying Late Fees at the Video Store
  180. TIME Magazine Wins Threat Level's Competition for Best Blog-Rating Story
  181. Space Startup Rocketplane Fails to Launch
  182. Scammers Exploit DTV Coupon Program
  183. Purdue Students Win Rube Goldberg Contest
  184. Clinton and Obama Talk Religion, Not Science
  185. $90 Asus Sound Card Whips Creative's Best
  186. VIA Announces Open Source Driver Initiative
  187. AT&T, 2Wire Ignoring Active Security Exploit
  188. Study: Editor-Reader Gap in News Sites
  189. Enter Navigenics, Where Personal Genomics Gets More Medical
  190. Review: Pacemaker Portable DJ Machine Skips A Beat
  191. Apple Error Leaves iPhone Developers In the Lurch
  192. Purdue Students Win Rube Golberg Contest
  193. Google Guns for Amazon With App-Hosting Service
  194. Microsoft-Yahoo Proxy Fight Seems Likely
  195. Xiotech Unveils Disruptive Storage Technology
  196. Olympic Torch Emits 5,500 Tons of CO2
  197. U.S. Cybersecurity Plans Take Center Stage at RSA
  198. Olympic Torch Protesters Go Viral to Rally Support
  199. Seat 2B: The Big Airlines Smell Blood ... Yours
  200. Author Probes Sex-Obsessed Scientists in 'Bonk'
  201. AMD To Shed 10% of Its Workforce
  202. Video: 'Line Rider 2,' 'Viking' Take Drastically Different Paths to Fun
  203. YouTube, MySpace Blocked by Indonesian ISPs
  204. Google StreetView Is In Your Driveway
  205. HP Unveils Small Commercial Linux Laptop
  206. U.S., European Physicists Race to Isolate 'God Particle'
  207. Online Sales Expected to Rise, Defying Lousy Economy
  208. Glut Makes It a Bear Market for Online Thievery
  209. Need a Little Jet Fuel? Try the Algae Farm
  210. Important Court Decisions Chip Away At ISP Liability Shield
  211. Alligator Blood May Be Source of New Antibiotics
  212. California Lawmaker Proposes Music Download Tax
  213. Sony Thinks Blu-ray Will Sell Like DVDs by Year End
  214. Google Previews App Engine
  215. April 8, 1953: Hollywood Finally Catches 3-D Fever
  216. Rumors of a 'Whisper Campaign' Forming Against Fair Use
  217. Astronomers Locate Solar System Very Similar To Our Own
  218. ICANN Moves Against GoDaddy Domain Lockdowns
  219. Astronomers Locate Solar System Very Similar To Our Own
  220. EU Recommends Slashing Search Data Retention
  221. Richard Dawkins to Appear on Doctor Who
  222. Imperial Storm Troopers Skirmish in Latest IP Battle
  223. Yahoo! Rejects Microsoft's Offer, Says 'Still An Option'
  224. Green Ghostbusters Nab Hidden Power Leaks
  225. Scientists Unveil High-Res Map of the U.S. Carbon Footprint
  226. Foil Identity Thieves
  227. 'Regional' Nuclear War Would Cause Worldwide Destruction
  228. Virginia Becomes First State to Mandate Internet Safety Lessons
  229. Hans Reiser Turns Up 'Geek Defense' to 11
  230. 3D Self-Replicating Printer to be Released Under GNU License
  231. Solar System Look-Alike Found
  232. Some Anti-Spam Vendors Blocking and Slowing Gmail
  233. 'Star Wars' Costume Copyfight Spreads to Britain
  234. Uwe Boll To Quit Making Movies With 1M Signatures
  235. HTC Shift UMPC Is Barely Mobile, Hardly Useful
  236. New Jersey E-Voting Problems Worse Than Originally Suspected
  237. Blackwater Bulks Up Air Power Using Little-Known Company
  238. Wicked Cool PHP
  239. The DIY Tank
  240. Researchers Create an Automatic Backup Band for Singers
  241. It's Official: Imeem Buys Snocap
  242. Facebook Can Afford to Buy Back Its Good Name
  243. Another Likely Effect of Global Warming: Disease
  244. The DIY Tank
  245. Researchers Create an Automatic Backup Band for Singers
  246. A Decade of OSS, 10 Years After the Summit
  247. Comcast Blocks Web Browsing
  248. New Botnet Dwarfs Storm
  249. 10 Cool Gadgets You Can't Get Here
  250. Computer Games Make Players Less Violent