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  1. MySpace launches developer platform, appoints COO
  2. Tool Use Is Just a Trick of the Mind
  3. Schneier's Keynote At Linux.conf.au
  4. Judge extends Microsoft oversight for two years
  5. Yahoo CAPTCHA Hacked
  6. Magistrate Suggests Fining RIAA Lawyers
  7. Wireless auction concerns rise as some airwaves languish
  8. Aboriginal Archive Uses New DRM
  9. ACLU of Ohio Sues To Block Paper Ballots
  10. BSA's Tactics and Motives Questioned
  11. P2P Fans Pound Comcast In FCC Comments
  12. Researchers make tiny radio from nanotubes
  13. EU Court Says File Sharers Don't Have To Be Named
  14. EBay adjusts pricing to encourage low-cost sellers
  15. Technical Risks of the US Protect America Act
  16. We Know Who's Behind Storm Worm
  17. What's the Best Game Console of All Time?
  18. The Notable Improvements of GNOME 2.22
  19. Engineers Have a Terrorist Mindset?
  20. U2 manager takes Internet providers to task
  21. U2's Manager Calls For Mandatory Disconnects For Music Downloaders
  22. EBay adjusts pricing to encourage low-cost sellers
  23. EU court says file sharers don't have to be named
  24. Programming As Art — 13 Amazing Code Demos
  25. What the MPAA Still Isn't Telling Us
  26. U2 manager takes Internet providers to task
  27. Music Labels say No Deal with Qtrax
  28. Trend Micro Sues Barracuda Over Open Source Anti-Virus
  29. Quarter of Apple iPhones "unlocked": analyst
  30. EU court says file sharers don't have to be named
  31. Big Internet earnings week points up uncertainties
  32. Telco Immunity Goes To Full Debate
  33. Man arrested in eBay sale of historic documents
  34. U2 manager takes Internet providers to task
  35. Japan's Kyocera to exit China mobile handset market
  36. iPhone Application Key Leaked
  37. Cisco CEO sees network upgrades lasting a decade
  38. George Lawrence Photography Revisited
  39. The True Cost of SMS Messages
  40. JVC and Funai Elec to team up in LCD TVs: source
  41. Man arrested in eBay sale of historic documents
  42. US Judge Bars Unauthorized Sales of Phone Records
  43. Iphone Application Key Leaked
  44. 23,000 Linux PCs For Filipino Schools
  45. Internet helps doctor get back to basics
  46. A quarter of Apple iPhones "unlocked": analyst
  47. Snopes Pushing Zango Adware
  48. Lawyer Puts $10k Bounty on Blogger's Identity
  49. The Symantec Guide To Home Internet Security
  50. Canadian Songwriters Propose Collective Licensing
  51. Stanford's New Website Converts Your Photos to 3D
  52. Researchers make tiny radio from nanotubes
  53. Man arrested in eBay sale of historic documents
  54. Music industry tries carrot after years of stick
  55. New 4100 Lumen Flashlight Can Set Things On Fire
  56. New York halts sale of historic documents on eBay
  57. World's Most Powerful Rail Gun Delivered to US Navy
  58. New York halts sale of historic documents on eBay
  59. The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security
  60. Music industry tries carrot after years of stick
  61. Examining the Ethical Implications of Robots in War
  62. Study shows eBay buyers save billions
  63. Geologists Claim Earth May Be Softer Around The Middle Than Previously Thought
  64. Music industry tries carrot after years of stick
  65. Ribbit injects phone, voicemail features on to Web
  66. Greece turns Microsoft to boost IT performance
  67. Data Recovery & Solid State
  68. Concerns Over Increased 802.11n Power Usage
  69. NYC Wants to Ban Geiger Counters
  70. Software Tool Strips Windows Vista To Bare Bones
  71. Qtrax backtracks on claims of music label deals
  72. AMD's Dual GPU Monster, The Radeon HD 3870 X2
  73. Qtrax backtracks on claims of music label deals
  74. Music industry tries carrot after years of stick
  75. Investor group urges NYT buy more digital firms
  76. Music industry tries carrot after years of stick
  77. German state, Nokia seek solution for Bochum plant
  78. Nokia Buys Trolltech
  79. RIM jazzes up BlackBerry for broader appeal
  80. Sony Ericsson cuts deals with 10 music labels
  81. Sweden to charge Pirate Bay in copyright case
  82. LEGO Brick 50th Anniversary
  83. The Anatomy of Money-Mule Scams
  84. Amazon to begin international roll-out of MP3 store
  85. Sweden to charge Pirate Bay in copyright case
  86. Speculation On the Doomed Satellite
  87. Sony Ericsson cuts deals with 10 music labels
  88. BlackBerry maker jazzes up goods for broader appeal
  89. Amazon says will begin int'l roll-out of its MP3 store
  90. Orbiting U.S. spy satellite could crash to Earth
  91. Mitt Romney Answers Tech Questions
  92. Cisco unveils data center switching product
  93. Study shows eBay buyers save billions of dollars
  94. Study shows eBay buyers save billions of dollars
  95. Spies In the Phishing Underground
  96. Qtrax — Ad-Supported Music With iPod Compatibility?
  97. Multitasking Makes You Stupid and Slow
  98. Subpoena Sought For Browsed News Articles
  99. Impress Your Friends While Watching "Untraceable"
  100. Suppresed Video of Japanese Reactor Sodium Leak
  101. Similar DNA Molecules Able to Recognize Each Other
  102. Amazon says will begin int'l roll-out of its MP3 store
  103. The Coming Wave of Gadgets That Listen and Obey
  104. Amazon MP3 Store to Go Global in 2008
  105. BlackBerry maker jazzes up goods for broader appeal
  106. Military Robots to Gain Advanced Sight
  107. Vista SP1 Release May Be Near
  108. Lotus Notes 8.5 Will Support Ubuntu 7.0
  109. The Pirate Bay Tops 10 Million Users
  110. Legal file-sharing service touts free music with ads
  111. Google eyeing operations in Malaysia: report
  112. Embedded Microchips In Virtually Everything
  113. UK High Court Allows Software Patent Claims
  114. Defunct Spy Satellite Falling From Orbit
  115. Orbiting U.S. spy satellite could crash to Earth
  116. Orbiting U.S. spy satellite could crash to Earth
  117. Orbiting U.S. spy satellite could crash to Earth
  118. Recording Music Without the Recording Industry
  119. Web Hosting For Privacy Activists?
  120. Classified Cyber-Security Directive Puts NSA In Charge
  121. "Hollywood" Howard Berman To Leave Internet Subcommittee
  122. German Govt. Skype Interception Trojans Revealed
  123. Bluetooth Prosthetics Help US Marine To Walk Again
  124. Massive WiMax Network for India
  125. Court Says You Can Copyright a Cease-And-Desist Letter
  126. Deutsche Telekom says has sold 70,000 iPhones
  127. Google Adsense Cracking Down on 'Tasters'
  128. German Govt Skype Interception Trojans Revealed
  129. In-Depth Review of the MacBook Air With Photos
  130. Court Says You Can Copyright A Cease-And-Desist Letter
  131. NPD Group Says "Wait! HD-DVD Isn't Dead Yet"
  132. Scientists Claim Infrared Helmet Could Reverse Alzheimer's Symptoms
  133. Sanyo to dissolve TV venture with Quanta: Nikkei
  134. Author of ATSC Capture and Edit Tool Tries to Revoke GPL
  135. Startup Claims to Make $1/Gallon Ethanol
  136. Police puppy makes online debut
  137. Warner Sues Search Engine, Tests DMCA Safe Harbor
  138. Wireless auction bids $3.7 bln
  139. Smartphones Patented — Just About Everyone Sued 1 Minute Later
  140. New Robot Can Help You Find Your Way
  141. Anti-Piracy Group Violates Swiss Law to Track File Sharing
  142. Bluetooth Prosthetics Help US Marine to Walk Again
  143. MySpace Private Pictures Leak
  144. "Beavis" goes portable on PlayStation format
  145. Myspace Private Pictures Leak
  146. Math on iPhones Just Doesn't Add Up?
  147. You Used Perl to Write WHAT?!
  148. New "Endoscope On a Pill"
  149. New VIA x86 CPU Takes Aim At Intel Silverthorne
  150. Google CEO bullish on mobile Web advertising
  151. HD DVD Player Sales Grind To a Halt
  152. Charter Accidentally Wipes 14K Email Accounts
  153. Nokia finds Romania's hidden labor force
  154. Charter Accidentally Wipes 14K Email Accounts
  155. Joel Hodgson Answers
  156. Greece arrests man suspected of selling Dassault data
  157. Motley Fool Writes Off Microsoft
  158. 2M New Websites a Year Compromised To Serve Malware
  159. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct
  160. Gates calls for "creative capitalism"
  161. Pirate Yourself, Become a Best-Seller
  162. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct
  163. Vivendi still pursuing Premiere stake: report
  164. Big Delays, Small Laptops: OLPC XO Recipients Mad
  165. Cell Phone Radiation Detectors Proposed to Protect Against Nukes
  166. "Beavis" goes portable on PlayStation format
  167. IDC sees single-digit handset market growth in '08
  168. "Beavis" goes portable on PlayStation format
  169. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct
  170. Work Progressing on Army's Future Combat Systems
  171. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct
  172. DoS Attacks on Estonia Were Launched by Student
  173. Engineered Mosquitoes Could Wipe Out Dengue Fever
  174. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct
  175. Murdoch says won't make all of online WSJ free
  176. Top bids $2.4 bln as wireless auction opens
  177. Estonia fines man for Web hacking during riots
  178. Newspaper Web sites draw record viewers
  179. The iPhone Meets the Fourth Amendment
  180. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct, outlook bullish
  181. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct, outlook bullish
  182. Some People Just Never Learn
  183. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct, outlook bullish
  184. Sprint CFO to leave in new executive shake-up
  185. Microsoft profit rises 79 pct, outlook bullish
  186. Cyberwarfare in International Law
  187. Microsoft posts rise in profit, lifts outlook
  188. Scientists Build Possibly The First Man-Made Genome
  189. Edward Tufte Weighs In on Apple's iPhone
  190. Gates calls for "creative capitalism"
  191. The Curious Histories of Generic Domain Names
  192. Top bids $2.4 bln as U.S. wireless auction opens
  193. Mystery Malware Affecting Linux/Apache Web Servers
  194. Telecom Immunity -- We're Down to the Wire(tap)
  195. Gates calls for "creative capitalism"
  196. MPAA Botched Study On College Downloading
  197. HP Launches FOSSology Open Source Tracking Tool
  198. ISP Filters & Copyright Extension Defeated In EU
  199. Drive-By Pharming In the Wild
  200. Colleges Being Remade Into "Repress U"?
  201. Apple Crippled Its DTrace Port
  202. The Tree of Life Consolidates
  203. Microsoft Confirms IE8 Has 3 Render Modes
  204. How Do I Become an IT/IS Manager?
  205. Privacy Commissioner Criticizes Canadian DMCA
  206. IBM Patents Pricing Motorists Off Highways
  207. W3C Publishes First Public Working Draft of HTML 5
  208. Bandwidth Caps May Be Critical Error For Broadband Companies
  209. Microsoft Ties $235m IT Aid To Use of Windows
  210. Robotic Fly to Descend on New York
  211. perl6 and Parrot 0.5.2 Released
  212. Microsoft Insider Details Xbox 360 Red Ring Problems
  213. Copyright Lobbies Threaten Federal College Funding
  214. Messenger Probe Sends Back Mercury Photos
  215. EPA Asserts Executive Privilege In CA Emissions Case
  216. Training From America's Army Game Saved a Life
  217. Thinkpad X300 Specs Leaked
  218. Do Any Companies Power Down at Night?
  219. Two AI Pioneers, Two Bizarre Suicides
  220. Failed Avionics a Possible Cause of BA038 Crash
  221. Wal-Mart Pushing Suppliers For RFID
  222. Asteroid Missions May Replace Lunar Base Plans
  223. Hacking the XO Laptop
  224. Novels Composed on Cellphones Topping Japanese Best Seller Lists
  225. Personal Weather Stations Helping With Weather Forecasting
  226. Top bids $2.4 bln as U.S. wireless auction opens
  227. When Are Kids Old Enough to Play Videogames?
  228. Initial top bids are $2.4 billion in wireless sale
  229. **** Takes On Donor's Immune System
  230. The 700mhz Spectrum Auction In Perspective
  231. AT&T posts strong wireless growth
  232. Has the Higgs Boson Particle Field Been Hiding in Plain Sight?
  233. Take-Two stock jumps on "GTA IV" release date
  234. Has the Higgs Boson Been Hiding in Plain Sight?
  235. AT&T ends '07 with about 2 million iPhone customers
  236. Sprint CFO to leave in new executive shake-up
  237. Australia wild party child turns party pro
  238. FTC Defends Ethernet From Patent Troll
  239. Internet Group Declares War on Scientology
  240. Sprint CFO to leave in new executive shake-up
  241. Bill Gates Calls for a 'Kinder Capitalism'
  242. Sprint says CFO to leave in new executive shake-up
  243. Gemstar files patent suit against Virgin Media
  244. ICANN Writes US Government Requesting Independence
  245. Sprint says CFO to leave in new executive shakeup
  246. Internet delivers lollipop scorpions to Australia
  247. IBM Responds to Overtime Lawsuits With 15% Salary Cut
  248. YouTube to feature on wider range of mobile phones
  249. Global music sales fell around 10 pct in 2007
  250. Australia wild party child turns party pro