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  1. Google ties up with Japan's DoCoMo to grow abroad
  2. Google ties up with Japan's DoCoMo to grow abroad
  3. Robot Planes to Track Weather and Climate
  4. YouTube to feature on wider range of mobile phones
  5. Microsoft Says Vista Has the Fewest Flaws
  6. Internet delivers lollipop scorpions to Australia
  7. HP signs up Sony Pictures for made-on-demand DVDs
  8. E.U. Regulator Says IP Addresses Are Personal Data
  9. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  10. Phishing Group Caught Stealing From Other Phishers
  11. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  12. MySpaceTV, BBC Worldwide link up in video deal
  13. More Federal Workers are Telecommuting
  14. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  15. MySpaceTV, BBC Worldwide link up in video deal
  16. NASA Vets & Administration Clash Over Moon Plans
  17. DRM-Free Music Spells Trouble?
  18. Canadian students test Nintendo Wii workout
  19. MIT Student Plans to Take on RIAA
  20. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  21. Motorola sees loss on struggling mobile unit
  22. Mozilla Celebrates Its 10th Birthday
  23. Saving in OOXML Format Now Probably A Bad Idea
  24. Last.fm, music labels launch free music on-demand
  25. KDE Goes Cross-Platform, Supports Windows and OS X
  26. Last.fm, music labels launch free music on-demand
  27. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  28. Database assembles U.S. warnings of Saddam threat
  29. RIM to offer Lotus Connections on BlackBerry
  30. PHP in Action: Objects, Design, Agility
  31. Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo model
  32. Will the Web Replace TV?
  33. Memorial Web sites accused of "romanticizing death"
  34. IE8 May Not Pass the Acid2 Test After All
  35. Database assembles U.S. warnings of Saddam threat
  36. Canadian students test Nintendo Wii workout
  37. SpaceShipTwo Design and Pics Released
  38. Understanding Art for Geeks
  39. Motorola sees loss on struggling mobile unit
  40. RIM to offer Lotus Connections on BlackBerry
  41. Memorial Web sites accused of "romanticizing death"
  42. Motorola sees loss on struggling mobile unit
  43. 700 MHz Auction Begins Tomorrow
  44. Virgin's Branson unveils commercial spaceship model
  45. RIM to offer Lotus Connections on BlackBerry
  46. Beyond Sundance, Web offers indie film 2nd chance
  47. Wiimote Turns TV into Touchless MS Surface
  48. Beyond Sundance, Web offers indie film 2nd chance
  49. Can Sun Make MySQL Pay?
  50. Sony to delay Japan launch of Skype on PSP
  51. IBM buying business software firm AptSoft
  52. Dell and Microsoft team up on (Red) computers
  53. World of Warcraft Hits 10 Million Subscribers
  54. Apple QuickTime DRM Disables Video Editing Apps
  55. Microsoft expected to post sharp profit rise
  56. Apple senior execs get bonuses, Jobs still at $1
  57. Motorola sees challenging year
  58. Face recognition firm to launch Web service in Q2
  59. LIGO Fails To Detect Gravity Waves
  60. Auction of key airwaves begins Thursday
  61. Microsoft expected to post sharp profit rise
  62. Dell, Microsoft team up to sell (Red) computers
  63. Face recognition firm to launch Web service in Q2
  64. The 1000 Genomes Project
  65. Dell, Microsoft team up to sell (Red) computers
  66. Dell, Microsoft team up to sell (Red) computers
  67. MPAA Botched Study On College Downloading
  68. Colleges Being Remade Into "Repress U"?
  69. HP Launches FOSSology Open Source Tracking Tool
  70. ISP Filters & Copyright Extension Defeated In EU
  71. Drive-By Pharming In the Wild
  72. Apple Crippled Its DTrace Port
  73. The Tree of Life Consolidates
  74. Microsoft Confirms IE8 Has 3 Render Modes
  75. How Do I Become an IT/IS Manager?
  76. Microsoft expected to post sharp profit rise
  77. Auction of key airwaves begins Thursday
  78. Privacy Commissioner Criticizes Canadian DMCA
  79. EBay CEO Whitman preparing to retire: report
  80. IBM Patents Pricing Motorists Off Highways
  81. U.S. panel to investigate Samsung-Sharp dispute
  82. W3C Publishes First Public Working Draft of HTML 5
  83. Bandwidth Caps May Be Critical Error For Broadband Companies
  84. Microsoft Ties $235m IT Aid To Use of Windows
  85. Robotic Fly to Descend on New York
  86. Windows 7 To Be Released Next Year?
  87. EBay CEO Whitman preparing to retire: report
  88. Couple to sue subway over leaked kiss video
  89. Corporate Email Etiquette - Dead or Alive?
  90. 'Safe Ebola' Created for Research
  91. Nokia unveils two handsets
  92. Yahoo Patents 'Smart' Drag and Drop
  93. Yahoo plans to cut hundreds of jobs: source
  94. Hackers bring down Panama assembly's Web site
  95. Google-funded firm launches DNA test in Europe
  96. Japanese guides to help puzzled cell phone users
  97. Couple to sue subway over leaked kiss video
  98. China starts hearing on mobile roaming charges
  99. Windows 7 to Be Released Next Year?
  100. Groklaw Explains the Cyberlaw "Trademark"
  101. Google-funded firm launches DNA test in Europe
  102. Google-funded firm launches DNA test in Europe
  103. Japanese guides to help puzzled mobile phone users
  104. Microsoft Unveils Virtualization Strategy
  105. Yahoo plans to cut several hundred jobs: source
  106. Japan guides to help puzzled mobile phone users
  107. Japan guides to help puzzled mobile phone users
  108. Nokia unveils two new handsets
  109. IBM Won't Open-Source OS/2
  110. Open Source DRM Solutions?
  111. Yahoo plans to cut several hundred jobs: source
  112. Followup On Java As "Damaging" To Students
  113. Hackers bring down Panama assembly's Web site
  114. Why Privacy & Security Are Not a Zero-Sum Game
  115. Hackers bring down Panama assembly's Web site
  116. Is Tech Bringing Us Closer Together Instead of Allowing Us to Sprawl?
  117. How Would You Make a Distributed Office System?
  118. Microsoft targets VMware with new deals
  119. Maryland Scraps Diebold Voting System
  120. Geekonomics
  121. Microsoft targets VMware with new strategy
  122. Cell Phone Sommeliers on the Way?
  123. Phone with fold-away screen launched
  124. Microsoft targets VMware with new deals, strategy
  125. FBI Burying Doc Showing US Officials Stole Nuclear Secrets?
  126. Google spars with European lawmakers over privacy
  127. Renault to develop electric cars for Israel
  128. Microsoft targets VMware with new strategy
  129. Interview with AT&T on BitTorrent Filtering
  130. Command Line Life Partner Wanted
  131. IBM and SAP to develop joint software
  132. Origami Plane to Fly From the Int. Space Station
  133. RIAA Website Hacked
  134. Collapsed UK Bank Attempts to Censor Wikileaks
  135. Fujitsu reorganizes semiconductor operations
  136. Microsoft to Force IE7 Update on February 12th
  137. NBC's Zucker Hints At Return to iTunes
  138. Fujitsu reorganizes semiconductor operations
  139. Thai AIS in talks with Apple on iPhone launch
  140. Japan's Softbank plans student discounts for growth
  141. First Evidence Of Under-Ice Volcanoes In Antarctica
  142. Japan's Softbank plans student discounts, eyes share
  143. "Rock Band," "Guitar Hero" drive digital song sales
  144. Japan's Softbank plans discounts for students
  145. DOE Awards 265 Million Processor-Hours To Science Projects
  146. trying to start a new business
  147. perl6 and Parrot 0.5.2 Released
  148. Microsoft Insider Details Xbox 360 Red Ring Problems
  149. Copyright Lobbies Threaten Federal College Funding
  150. Messenger Probe Sends Back Mercury Photos
  151. EPA Asserts Executive Privilege In CA Emissions Case
  152. Training From America's Army Game Saved a Life
  153. A Proposal For Unionizing Bloggers
  154. Thinkpad X300 Specs Leaked
  155. "Rock Band," "Guitar Hero" drive digital song sales
  156. Do Any Companies Power Down at Night?
  157. Two AI Pioneers, Two Bizarre Suicides
  158. Failed Avionics a Possible Cause of BA038 Crash
  159. Wal-Mart Pushing Suppliers For RFID
  160. Wal-Mart Pushing Suppliers For RFID
  161. Asteroid Missions May Replace Lunar Base Plans
  162. Hacking the XO Laptop
  163. Novels Composed on Cellphones Topping Japanese Best Seller Lists
  164. Personal Weather Stations Helping With Weather Forecasting
  165. Researchers Work To Perfect Computerized Lip Reading
  166. Online Crime Seen as Growing Threat to Business, Politics
  167. Design of Next-Gen NASA Rocket Showing Flaws
  168. "Rock Band," "Guitar Hero" drive digital song sales
  169. "Rock Band," "Guitar Hero" drive digital song sales
  170. Use Your Cellphone as a 3D Mouse
  171. Google To Offer Free Database Storage for Scientists
  172. A Proposal for Unionizing Bloggers
  173. AI Taught How To Play Ms. Pac-Man
  174. Malfunctioning Hawk-Eye's aversion to sunlight
  175. FCC Will Test Internet Over TV Airwaves, Again
  176. Aftermath of Distant Planetary Collision?
  177. Cloverfield Discussion
  178. Open Source Speech Recognition
  179. MacBook Air's Battery is Actually Easy to Replace
  180. World of Warcraft Gold Limit Reached, Its 2^31
  181. Microsoft Threatens Startups Over Account Info
  182. Robots Learn To Lie
  183. Lawyer Trademarks "Cyberlaw"
  184. Malfunctioning Hawk-Eye's aversion to sunlight
  185. CIA Claims Cyber Attackers Blacked Out Cities
  186. The Doctor Will See Your Credit Score Now
  187. Trolltech Adopts GPL 3 for Qt
  188. Slide takes $50 mln in funding amid Facebook craze
  189. iPhone spurs Web traffic, if not music sales
  190. Teleportation — Fact and Fiction
  191. New Findings Confirm Darwin's Theory — Evolution Not Random
  192. SEC urged not to revive "terrorist" watch list
  193. New Firmware Fixes Previously Bricked iPhones
  194. Down Time At Work — What Do You Do?
  195. Facebook software maker Slide gets $50 mln funding
  196. Geist's Fair Copyright for Canada Principles
  197. What Bugs Apple Fans About Apple
  198. SEC urged not to revive "terrorist" watch list
  199. Facebook software maker Slide gets $50 mln funding
  200. Sprint shares tumble
  201. Jihadi software promises secure Web contacts
  202. MapReduce — a Major Step Backwards?
  203. Jihadi software promises secure Web contacts
  204. Credit issuer says data lost for 650,000 customers
  205. Pentagon Working on "Human Fear" Weapons
  206. AOL Adopting Jabber (XMPP)
  207. What is an Open Source Company Really Worth?
  208. Sprint posts steep subscriber losses
  209. Sprint posts steep subscriber losses
  210. Bizarre Self-Destructing Palm Tree Found
  211. German rage over Nokia plant closure grows
  212. State of US Science Report Shows Disturbing Trends
  213. Tools For Understanding Code?
  214. Intel, AMD don't see demand falling off cliff
  215. Texas Creationist Museum Facing Extinction
  216. Sprint to slash 4,000 jobs after subscriber losses
  217. Bobby Fischer Is Dead At 64
  218. Writers strike sends viewers to DVDs, video games
  219. Digital TV switch won't sway cable holdouts
  220. Microsoft Says VBA Is Here To Stay
  221. U.S. game sales rise 28 percent in December
  222. Sprint to cut 4,000 jobs
  223. Microsoft accused of patent violation in China
  224. French Fine Amazon For Free Shipping
  225. Sprint to cut 4,000 jobs
  226. Ray Tracing for Gaming Explored
  227. Sprint to cut 4,000 jobs
  228. German Fin Min attacks Nokia over plant closure
  229. The Impatience of the Google Generation
  230. U.S. game sales rise 28 pct in Dec.
  231. IBM issues strong 2008 profit outlook
  232. White House Tape Recycling Possibly Erased Emails
  233. Cell phones and virtual worlds morphing shopper ways
  234. Information Requested for NASA-Based MMORPG
  235. MTV says "Rock Band" game sells 2.5 million songs
  236. Industrial Robot Arm Becomes Giant Catapult
  237. The World Wide Computer, Monopolies and Control
  238. U.S. game sales rise 28 pct in Dec.
  239. IBM issues strong 2008 profit outlook
  240. IBM issues strong 2008 profit outlook
  241. IBM 2008 profit target seen strong
  242. Corkscrew Cups Could Keep Space Drinks Flowing
  243. New Dell Laptops Give Users a Literal Shock
  244. IBM 2008 profit target seen strong
  245. Study children and cell phones, experts advise
  246. Prosthetic-Limbed Runner Disqualified from Olympic Games
  247. Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers
  248. How Apple Rumors Became Reality
  249. IBM targets 2008 profit above expectations
  250. Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers