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  1. Scientists Find Believing Can Be Seeing
  2. Identical Twins Not Identical After All
  3. Growth of the Underground Cybercrime Economy
  4. The Century's Top Engineering Challenges
  5. Leaked RIAA Training Video
  6. NIST Working On "Deathalyzer"
  7. Airport Security Prize Announced
  8. Smart Rubber Promises Self-Mending Products
  9. Should Addictive Tech Come With a Health Warning?
  10. WizKid Robot Debuts at New York Museum
  11. How to Convert Your HD-DVD Discs to Blu-Ray
  12. CNN Fires Producer Over Personal Blog
  13. AJAX Version of Mathematica Coming
  14. Google Funds Work for Photoshop on Linux
  15. Hacking: The Art of Exploitation
  16. NIST Working on "Deathalyzer"
  17. Cringely Looks at the WikiLeaks Debacle
  18. New Science Standards Approved in Florida
  19. Richard Feynman, the Challenger, and Engineering
  20. Gravity Lamp Grabs Green Prize
  21. Microsoft's "Source Fource" Action Figures
  22. Lessig Campaign and the Change Congress Movement
  23. Brain Control Headset for Gamers
  24. Microsoft Releases Office Binary Formats
  25. Obsolete Technical Skills
  26. Milky Way Is Twice the Size We Thought
  27. A Comparative Study of Internet Censorship
  28. TR Picks 10 Emerging Technologies of 08
  29. SFLC's Legal Guide On Free Software
  30. Theory Posits Early Stars Powered By Dark Matter
  31. Hearing Voices? Could Be the Lasers
  32. Supreme Court Won't Hear ACLU Wiretap Case
  33. Mozilla Opens Thunderbird Email Subsidiary
  34. Competitors Ally With Comcast In FCC P2P Filings
  35. DVD Jon Creates DRM Killer
  36. Scientology Given Direct Access To eBay Database
  37. Australian Government Considers Copying UK Copyright Law Ideas
  38. Why Linux Doesn't Spread - the Curse of Being Free
  39. Saturn's A-ring Soaks Up Debris Ejected from Nearby Moon
  40. Google's Research on Malware Distribution
  41. Prince, Village People to Sue The Pirate Bay
  42. Art with a Mathematical Twist
  43. Developers Warned over OOXML Patent Risk
  44. Limits to Moore's Law Launch New Computing Quests
  45. A Look at the State of Wireless Security
  46. How to Convince Non-IT Friends that Privacy Matters?
  47. New Material Can Selectively Capture CO2
  48. Is This the Future of News?
  49. Patent Troll Attacks Cable, Digital TV Standards
  50. Hacker Could Keep Money from Insider Trading
  51. Natural Selection Can Act on Human Culture
  52. UK Report Slams EULAs
  53. 1.8 Million US Court Rulings Now Online
  54. NASA Plans Lunar Mobile Phone Network
  55. Microsoft to Give Away Developer Tools to Students
  56. Hi, I Want To Meet (17.6% of) You!
  57. Hi, I Want to Meet (17.6% of) You!
  58. The D&D Designers Answer Your Questions
  59. iPhones Produced in China Smuggled Right Back in
  60. Fidel Castro Resigns
  61. Comcast Cheating On Bandwidth Testing?
  62. The Limits of Quantum Computing
  63. Facebook, Google, and Intellectual Property
  64. Cracking a Crypto Hard Drive Case
  65. Gates Foundation Vs. Openness In Research
  66. Finnish Censorship Expanding
  67. USA 193 Shootdown Set For Feb 21, 03:30 UTC
  68. Lawmakers Debate Patent Immunity For Banks
  69. UK ISPs To Start Tracking Your Surfing To Serve You Ads
  70. Opera Screeches at Mozilla Over Security Disclosure
  71. Gen Con Files For Chapter 11
  72. Pictorial Tour of World's Longest Linear Accelerator
  73. Inventor to Launch Pop Bottle Rocket into Space
  74. Robot Interprets, Plays Back Dreams
  75. New Solar Cell Harvests Hydrogen From Water
  76. Tim Bray on the Birth of XML, 10 Years Later
  77. Satellite Spotters Make Government Uneasy
  78. Courts May Revisit Software Patents
  79. 'Hundreds of Worlds' in Milky Way
  80. WikiLeaks Under Fire
  81. Toshiba To Halt HD-DVD Production
  82. USA 193 Shootdown Set For Feb 21, 03:30 UTC
  83. Lawmakers Debate Patent Immunity For Banks
  84. UK ISPs To Start Tracking Your Surfing To Serve You Ads
  85. Opera Screeches at Mozilla Over Security Disclosure
  86. Gen Con Files For Chapter 11
  87. Pictorial Tour of World's Longest Linear Accelerator
  88. Inventor to Launch Pop Bottle Rocket into Space
  89. Robot Interprets, Plays Back Dreams
  90. New Solar Cell Harvests Hydrogen From Water
  91. Tim Bray on the Birth of XML, 10 Years Later
  92. Satellite Spotters Make Government Uneasy
  93. Courts May Revisit Software Patents
  94. 'Hundreds of Worlds' in Milky Way
  95. WikiLeaks Under Fire
  96. Toshiba To Halt HD-DVD Production
  97. China Plans to Surpass the U.S. in Nanotech Development
  98. Australian Government Considers Copying UK Copyright Law Ideas
  99. Why Linux Doesn't Spread - the Curse of Being Free
  100. Saturn's A-ring Soaks Up Debris Ejected from Nearby Moon
  101. Google's Research on Malware Distribution
  102. Prince, Village People to Sue The Pirate Bay
  103. Art with a Mathematical Twist
  104. Developers Warned over OOXML Patent Risk
  105. Limits to Moore's Law Launch New Computing Quests
  106. A Look at the State of Wireless Security
  107. How to Convince Non-IT Friends that Privacy Matters?
  108. New Material Can Selectively Capture CO2
  109. Is This the Future of News?
  110. Patent Troll Attacks Cable, Digital TV Standards
  111. Hacker Could Keep Money from Insider Trading
  112. Natural Selection Can Act on Human Culture
  113. U of MI Produces Strongest Laser Ever
  114. The Benefits of 'Vendor-Free' Open Source IT
  115. Dell Set to Introduce AMD's Triple-core Phenom CPU
  116. Artificial Intelligence at Human Level by 2029?
  117. Full Lunar Eclipse for the Americas on Wednesday
  118. Google's Addiction to Cheap Electricity
  119. FBI Accidentally Received Unauthorized E-Mail Access
  120. Delays to Canadian DMCA Could Doom Act
  121. Athletes Can Blog at Olympics - with Restrictions
  122. Prototype Software Sniffs Out, Disrupts Botnets
  123. California Lawmaker Seeks Climate Change as part of Public Education
  124. Is Microsoft just Screwing with Yahoo's Mind?
  125. Steve Fossett Declared Dead
  126. POV-Ray Short Code Animation Winners
  127. Darl McBride Leaving SCO?
  128. Alienware Planning Android iPhone Killer?
  129. White House Decides P2P Isn't All Bad?
  130. Digital Picture Frames Infected by Trojan Viruses
  131. What Makes Something "Better Than Free"?
  132. China Bans Horror Movies
  133. Scientists Scan Striking Nanoscale Images
  134. BitTorrent Devs Introduce Comcast-Proof Encryption
  135. Possibility of Life On Mars Looking More Remote
  136. ICANN Finds No Wrong Doing in Domain Front Running
  137. Analog Cell Phone Network Shuts Down Monday
  138. Videogames Doomed for a 'Comics-like Ghetto'?
  139. Number of Rogue DNS Servers on the Rise
  140. UK ISPs Resistant to Monitoring Users
  141. '**** King' Says Google Should Block **** Access
  142. Cell Phone Use Study Sees Increased Cancer Risk
  143. Newspaper Ad Network Shuns Google, Yahoo, MS
  144. Toshiba Making Funeral Plans for HD DVD
  145. The Knol Hypothesis
  146. Secret Printer ID Codes May Be Illegal In the EU
  147. Vista SP1 Update Locks Out Some Users
  148. Lessig For Congress?
  149. OLPC and CC Free Content Drive
  150. SGI Acquires Linux Networx Assets, LNXI Dead?
  151. House Declines To Vote On Telecom Immunity
  152. Yahoo Seeking Partnership With News Corp.
  153. Rush Limbaugh Begs Steve Jobs For Bug Fixes
  154. UK Commissioner Seeks To Ban Ultrasonic Anti-**** Device
  155. Comcast's FCC Filing Called Unfair, Not Good Enough
  156. White House Must Answer For Missing Emails
  157. Computer Models Find Patterns In Asymmetric Threats
  158. Computer Models Find Patterns in Asymmetric Threats
  159. Microsoft Battles Vista Perception With Prizes
  160. Scientists Find Solar System Like Ours
  161. Hydrogen-Powered cars with Zero-Carbon-Emission?
  162. SCO Goes Private With $100 Million Backing
  163. 'Friendly' Worms Could Spread Software Fixes
  164. The Starbucks/AT&T Deal To Change Perception of Public Wi-Fi?
  165. US To Shoot Down Dying Satellite
  166. UK ISPs Want Copyright Holders to Pay if Users Sue
  167. Nanowires Allow For Electricity-Generating Clothing
  168. Laser Light Re-creates 'Black Holes' in the Lab
  169. EU Commissioner Proposes 95 year Copyright
  170. Animated Film Set To Kick Off Star Wars TV Show
  171. New Legislation Could Eventually Lead to ISP Throttling Ban
  172. Whatever Happened To The Joystick?
  173. How Spam Was Done 70 Years Ago
  174. The ThinkPad Takes On The MacBook Air
  175. University Bows to RIAAs Demands for Student Names
  176. Australia's Geekiest Man
  177. Students Downloading Jihadist Material Acquitted
  178. Titan's Organics Surpass Oil Reserves on Earth
  179. US Set to Use Spy Satellites on US Citizens
  180. Microsoft Pushes Copyright Education Curriculum
  181. New 'Net Neutrality' Bill Introduced
  182. Speedcabling ‐ Untangling For Fun and Profit
  183. The $54 Million Laptop
  184. Multifunction Printers — The Forgotten Security Risk?
  185. Hardware Based OpenID Service Available
  186. DOE Shines $21M on Advanced Lighting Research
  187. X Power Tools
  188. Disney Takes Another Stab at the House of the Future
  189. Writers Strike Officially Over
  190. Spore Hands-On Preview
  191. Harvard Faculty Adopts Open-Access Requirement
  192. Comcast Defends Role As Internet Traffic Cop
  193. Outer Space has a Smell
  194. Speedcabling - Untangling for fun and profit.
  195. The Shadow Space Race
  196. US Group Calls Canada a Top Copyright Violator
  197. Multi-Threaded SSH/SCP
  198. Air Force Seeking Geeks For 'Cyber Command'
  199. Firefox 3 Beta 3 Officially Released
  200. Labels Agree On Free Music Downloads To Cell Phones
  201. Canon Files For DSLR Iris Registration Patent
  202. 3D Crystal Grown On a DNA Lattice
  203. Microsoft Standing Firm On OOXML ISO Vote
  204. First Sight of Google Android
  205. A Look Back At 10 Years of OSI
  206. 6% of Web Users Generate 50% of Ad Clicks
  207. US Senate Votes Immunity For Telecoms
  208. Will Wright's Spore To Release Sept. 7th
  209. US Military Seeks Hypersonic Weaponry
  210. Web Browsers Under Siege From Organized Crime
  211. Microsoft Had Doubts About the 'Vista Capable' Label
  212. An Older Demographic May Soon Dominate Gaming
  213. EU Regulator Raids Intel Offices
  214. Haiku OS Resurrects BeOS as Open Source
  215. First Organic Molecules Found on Alien World
  216. Facebook A Black Hole For Personal Info
  217. UK Government To Terminate File Sharers' Net Access
  218. Tolkien Trust Sues New Line, May Kill "Hobbit"
  219. Submersible Glider Powered By Thermal Changes
  220. Windows XP Update Library On a CD
  221. Starbucks Drops T-Mobile For AT&T
  222. Mac OS X 10.5.2 Update Brings Welcome Fixes
  223. TechNet Users Revolt Over Vista SP1 Unavailability
  224. Samsung Sued Over "Defective" Blu-ray Player
  225. Space Shuttle Secrets Stolen For China
  226. Trend Micro Draws Boycott Over AV Patent Case
  227. "Anonymous" Takes Scientology Protest to the Streets
  228. DARPA Advances AI Program For Air Traffic Control
  229. EU Plans to Require Biometrics for Visitors
  230. DARPA Advances AI Program for Air Traffic Control
  231. Microsoft Trolling for New Acquisitions
  232. Internet "Creates Pedophiles" According to "Expert"
  233. ISP Block on Pirate Bay Not Having Desired Effect
  234. Encryption Could Make You More Vulnerable
  235. Next Year's Laws, Now Out In Beta!
  236. Benchmarking the Benchmarks
  237. Domain Key Identified Mail vs Phishing
  238. Live Blogs From the Hans Reiser Trial
  239. SP1 Unsuccessful in Preventing Vista Hacks
  240. The Grammy In Mathematics
  241. Ethics In IT
  242. Nanowires of Unlimited Length
  243. Tor Books Is Giving Away E-Books
  244. Security Research and Blackmail
  245. Semantic Web Getting Real
  246. Best Open Source License For Hardware?
  247. Tor Is Giving Away E-Books
  248. Linux Kernel 2.6 Local Root Exploit
  249. WGA Under Vista SP1 Is Kinder and Nags More
  250. Is Microsoft Office Adware?