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  1. Knee Brace Generates Electricity From Walking
  2. Antarctic Expedition to Track Down Extreme Living Creatures
  3. Knee Brace Generates Electricity from Walking
  4. Web Graphic Design for Small Businesses
  5. Examining the Search and Seizure of Electronics at Airports
  6. OpenBSD Will Not Fix PRNG Weakness
  7. Name the New Gamma-Ray Space Telescope
  8. Amazon Erases Orders To Cover Up Pricing Mistake
  9. Should IBM's SOM/DSOM Be Open Sourced?
  10. Biofuels Make Greenhouse Gases Worse
  11. Serious Vulnerability In Firefox 2.0.0.12
  12. Has Ron Paul Quit?
  13. A Smart Pillbox To Improve Medication Compliance
  14. Yahoo To Reject Microsoft Bid
  15. Science Debate 2008
  16. Energy From Raindrops
  17. Adobe PDF Exploits In the Wild
  18. Namco Blames Wii for Arcade Closures
  19. Yet Another Perpetual Motion Device
  20. Making Use of Terabytes of Unused Storage
  21. Energy from raindrops
  22. WV Assessor Sues to Keep Tax Maps Off the Internet
  23. 3G iPhone on the Way?
  24. Protecting Online Identity Through Cryptography
  25. Star Swallows Companion, Burps Out Planet-Forming Cloud
  26. W3C Gets Excessive DTD Traffic
  27. Zvents Releases Open Source Cluster Database Based on Google
  28. Microsoft Under Third EU Investigation for OOXML
  29. College Funding Bill Passes House, P2P Provision Intact
  30. Intel Sued Over Core 2 Duo Patent Infringement
  31. Yahoo Offers All-You-Can-Eat Storage and Bandwidth
  32. Is Linus Torvalds Speaking for Linux Anymore?
  33. Intel Skulltrail Benchmark and Analysis
  34. Chinese Professor Sues Google, Yahoo Over Search Exclusion
  35. 10-Year Anniversary of Open Source
  36. Hostile ta Vista, Baby
  37. RIAA's Attack On NewYorkCountryLawyer Fails
  38. Deal Reportedly Reached In Writers' Strike
  39. Hotmail Doesn't Work With Linux Firefox 2.0
  40. Torvalds On Desktop Linux's Slow Uptake
  41. New Authentication Scheme Proposed
  42. TSA Changes Screening Based on Blog Suggestion
  43. First Amendment Ruling Protects Internet Trolls
  44. Birds Give a Lesson to Plane Designers
  45. Comcast's New Terms of Service Disclose Traffic Management
  46. FBI Sought Approval To Use Spyware Through FISC
  47. The Future of XML
  48. Bruce Schneier Weighs in on IT Lock-in Strategies
  49. Do Not Call Registry Set to Become Permanent
  50. Cell Hits 45nm, PS3 Price Drop Likely to Follow
  51. PC World Tests Final Version of Vista SP1
  52. Install Copyright Filters on PCs, Says RIAA Boss
  53. Modu Unveils Modular, Transformer-style Phone
  54. Muslim Groups Attempt to Censor Wikipedia
  55. Facebook Sharing Too Much Personal Data With Application Developers
  56. Antivirus Inventor Says Security Pros Are Wasting Time
  57. Affordable Workstation Graphics Card Shoot-Out
  58. Toddlers May Learn Language By Data Mining
  59. Open Source Code In a Closed Source Company
  60. Tainted Pills Hit US Mainland
  61. A $1 Billion Email Gaffe
  62. Low Voltage Is Key To Energy-Efficient Chip
  63. Reform Could Kill EFF "Patent Busting Project"
  64. Dutch Unveil Robot Gas Station Attendant
  65. Apple Updates iPhone and iPod Touch
  66. Dell Suit Reveals Lucrative Domain Name Trade
  67. 2009 US Budget Holds Mixed News For Science
  68. Is the Game Boy the Toughest Product Ever Made?
  69. One Step Closer to IPv6
  70. Space Spotters Track Secret Satellites
  71. Microsoft Upgrades Vista Kernel in SP1
  72. OpenID Foundation Embraced by Big Players
  73. Are These People Reshaping the Gaming Industry?
  74. U.S. Confiscating Data at the Border
  75. Canadians Wary of 'Enhanced Drivers Licenses'
  76. eBay to Drop Negative Feedback on Buyers
  77. Li-Ion Batteries Hit Final R&D Phase for Plug-in Cars
  78. One Computer to Rule Them All
  79. Canadians Weary of 'Enhanced Drivers Licenses'
  80. Does Anonymity In Virtual Worlds Breed Terrorism?
  81. See-Through Fish Help Cancer Research
  82. Microsoft Responds to 'Save XP' Petition
  83. Mac Hack Contest Redux
  84. Sci-Fi Tech We Could Have Right Now (For a Price)
  85. Best Laptop for Going Around the World?
  86. Breakthrough in Holographic Displays
  87. Danish ISP Tele2 Challenges Pirate Bay Blockade
  88. Robotic Telescope Installed on Antarctica Plateau
  89. White Paper Decries RIAA Attempts To Raise Infringement Payouts
  90. Users Worldwide Feel Internet Is 'Safer'
  91. Duke Nukem Forever 'Confirmed' For Late 2008
  92. Drupal 5 Themes
  93. Time-Warner Planning AOL Split
  94. Fifth Cable Cut To Middle East
  95. Master Diebold Key Copied From Web Site
  96. Reaction Engines plan Mach 5 Airliner
  97. FCC's Spectrum Auction Approaches $20B in Bids
  98. Fifth Cable Cut, Iran Loses Net Connectivity
  99. Richard Stallman on OLPC
  100. TrueCrypt 5.0 Released, Now Encrypts Entire Drive
  101. DHS Official Suggests REAL ID Mission Creep
  102. 111 Years Ago, Indiana Almost Legislated Pi
  103. Affordable Workstation Graphics Card Shoot-Out
  104. Toddlers May Learn Language By Data Mining
  105. Open Source Code In a Closed Source Company
  106. Tainted Pills Hit US Mainland
  107. A $1 Billion Email Gaffe
  108. Low Voltage Is Key To Energy-Efficient Chip
  109. Reform Could Kill EFF "Patent Busting Project"
  110. Dutch Unveil Robot Gas Station Attendant
  111. Apple Updates iPhone and iPod Touch
  112. Dell Suit Reveals Lucrative Domain Name Trade
  113. 2009 US Budget Holds Mixed News For Science
  114. Is the Game Boy the Toughest Product Ever Made?
  115. One Step Closer to IPv6
  116. Space Spotters Track Secret Satellites
  117. Microsoft Upgrades Vista Kernel in SP1
  118. Ron Paul Campaign Answers Slashdot Reader Questions
  119. Three Parents Contribute to Experimental Human Embryo
  120. EFF Attacks Online Gaming Patent
  121. Time-Warner Considers Per-Gigabyte Service Fee, After iTunes
  122. 10K Filing Suggests Grim Outlook for SCO
  123. IBM Slams Microsoft, Calls OOXML "Inferior"
  124. FBI To Spend $1B Expanding Fingerprint Database
  125. Taiwan Group Responsible For 90% of MSFT Piracy
  126. Online Parent-Child Gap Widens
  127. RIAA Wants Songwriter Royalty Lowered
  128. Microsoft Misleads On Canadian Copyright Reform
  129. NVIDIA To Buy AGEIA
  130. Yahoo Music Shutting Down, Users Going to Real
  131. Experts Claim HIV Patients Made Non-Infectious
  132. 2008 Turing Award Winners Announced
  133. Vista SP1 Released to Manufacturing
  134. PostgreSQL 8.3 Released
  135. The Dungeons and Dragons Fourth Edition Preview Books
  136. How Microsoft-Yahoo Will Affect Open Source
  137. The Life of a Software Engineer
  138. Intel Doubles Capacity of Likely Flash Successor
  139. Next Generation of Gyroscopic Controllers on the Horizon
  140. Courts Force Danish ISP to Block Torrent Tracker
  141. Creative Capitalism Gets Microsoft $528M Tax Break
  142. Torvalds Says Microsoft is Bluffing on Patents
  143. Best Presidential Candidate, Republicans
  144. Best Presidential Candidate, Democrats
  145. Is XMPP the 'Next Big Thing'
  146. Google And Microsoft Cross Swords Over Yahoo!
  147. 'Innovation In a Flash' Is a Myth
  148. Particle Swarm Optimization for Picture Analysis
  149. Fourth Undersea Cable Taken Offline In Less Than a Week
  150. Fourth Undersea Cable Cut In Less Than a Week
  151. Yahoo May Re-Consider Google Alliance, Rebuff Microsoft
  152. Life May Have Evolved In Ice
  153. Top 10 Most Memorable Tech Super Bowl Ads
  154. US Pulls Plug on Low-CO2 Powerplant Project
  155. Open Source Electronic Voting Progress Limited
  156. Apple Can't Afford iPhone's Carrier Exclusivity
  157. Could We Find a Door To A Parallel Universe?
  158. A Look at The RIAA's War Against College Students
  159. The Physics of Football
  160. MIT Researchers Fight Gridlock with Linux
  161. Finnish Patient Gets New Jaw from His Own Stem Cells
  162. Yahoo Deal Is Big, but Is It the Next Big Thing?
  163. The Effects of the Fibre Outage Throughout the Mediterranean
  164. Cellphones to Monitor Highway Traffic
  165. Time Warner Filtering iTunes Traffic?
  166. Pre-20th Century Gadgetery
  167. Bionic Arm Might Go Into Clinical Trials
  168. India and US to Cooperate in Space Exploration
  169. Thou Shalt Not View The Super Bowl on a 56" Screen
  170. Hardy Heron Alpha 4 Released
  171. Cellphones Leapfrog Poor Infrastructure in Mali
  172. Internet Censorship's First Death Sentence?
  173. Mega-D Botnet Overtakes Storm, Accounts for 32% of Spam
  174. Best Super Tuesday Candidate for Technology?
  175. Touch Screen Tech Comes of Age
  176. How One Clumsy Ship Caused A Major Net Outtage
  177. Yahoo Bid shows Microsoft on the Ropes
  178. EEtimes Speculates on The Initial gPhone
  179. President Bush Releases US Broadband Policy
  180. Sperm Made From Female Bone Marrow, Men Obsolete?
  181. Linux Has Better Windows Compatibility Than Vista
  182. Intel, Micron Boost Flash Memory Speed by Five Times
  183. TiVO Patent Upheld, Dish May Have to Disable DVR
  184. NASA to Announce New Commercial Space Partner
  185. TSA Opens Blog — You Can Finally Complain
  186. Two Videos of E-Lead's Noahpad in Action
  187. Interview with Sebastian Kuegler, KDE Developer
  188. Robot Composed of "Catoms" Can Assume Any Form
  189. Search Results Based on Your Social Network
  190. Third Undersea Cable Cut
  191. Business Open Source Use Up 26% in One Year
  192. Leaked Government Doc Reveals UK ID "Coercion" Plans
  193. February 2008 Hardware Roundup
  194. Online Reputation Management To Keep Your Nose Clean?
  195. Python 3.0 To Be Backwards Incompatible
  196. Femtosecond Lasers Used To Color Metals
  197. Italian Parliament To Mistakenly Legalize MP3 P2P
  198. How To Lose $7.2B With Just a Few Basic Skills
  199. Physicist Calculates Trajectory of Tiger At SF Zoo
  200. Microsoft Bids $44.6 Billion For Yahoo
  201. Messenger Discovers "Spider" Crater on Mercury
  202. Google's Summer of Code Headed Down Under
  203. Egypt Calls for Bandwidth Rationing
  204. Carbon Nanotubes Can Exist Safely Inside the Body, Help Treat Cancer
  205. Drop-Catching Domains Is Big Business
  206. American Space Age Reaches Fifty Years
  207. Details of Cyber Storm War Games Released
  208. Microsoft Launches IT Superhero Comic
  209. A Torrid Tale of Plagiarizing Paleontologists
  210. How Pervasive is ISP Outbound Email Filtering?
  211. The Next 25 Years in Tech
  212. Fixing US Broadband Would Cost $100 Billion
  213. LAN Turns 30, May Not See 40?
  214. Pope Denounces Some Biotech as Affront to 'Human Dignity'
  215. China Vows to Stop the Rain
  216. The History of the Apple II as a Gaming Platform
  217. The Truth About New Jet Pack Hype
  218. Smart 'Lego' Set Conjures Up Virtual 3D Twin
  219. The Great Microkernel Debate Continues
  220. Hardware Vendors Will Follow Money to Open Source
  221. Spectrum Auction Could Be A Game of Chicken
  222. Four Indicted in Pirate Bay Case
  223. Cellphone App Developed that Could Allow For 'Pocket Supercomputers'
  224. Microsoft Believes IBM Masterminded Anti-OOXML Initiative
  225. Time for a Vista Do-Over?
  226. Millions in Middle East Lose Internet
  227. Australian Police Chief Seeks Terror Reporting Ban
  228. DoJ Extends Microsoft Oversight for Two Years
  229. Asian Nations Battle for Google Data Center
  230. Scientists Discover Way to Reverse Memory Loss
  231. Researchers Reference Flocking Birds to Improve Swarmbots
  232. E-Voting Undermines Public Confidence In Elections
  233. RIAA Wants $1.5 Million Per CD Copied
  234. Firefox's Market Share Hits 28% in Europe
  235. Microsoft Believes IBM Masterminded Anti-OOXML Initiative
  236. Vint Cerf on Why TCP/IP Was So Long in Coming
  237. Windows Vista Annoyances
  238. A Mythbuster's Biggest Tech Headaches (and Solutions)
  239. RIAA Drops Case, Should Have Sued Someone Else
  240. Rumors of Google and Dell iPhone Rival
  241. Hacking Asus EEE
  242. Artificial Bases Added to DNA
  243. The Gray Areas of Search-Engine Law
  244. Wireless auction concerns rise as some airwaves languish
  245. Internet disrupted in Egypt and India
  246. Yahoo sees job cuts, heavy investments in 2008
  247. TV White Space & The Future of Wireless Broadband
  248. "'Bingo" goes interactive
  249. Amazon Patents Customized 404 Pages
  250. MySpace launches developer platform