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  1. The World Wide Computer, Monopolies and Control
  2. U.S. game sales rise 28 pct in Dec.
  3. IBM issues strong 2008 profit outlook
  4. IBM issues strong 2008 profit outlook
  5. IBM 2008 profit target seen strong
  6. Corkscrew Cups Could Keep Space Drinks Flowing
  7. New Dell Laptops Give Users a Literal Shock
  8. IBM 2008 profit target seen strong
  9. Study children and cell phones, experts advise
  10. Prosthetic-Limbed Runner Disqualified from Olympic Games
  11. Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers
  12. How Apple Rumors Became Reality
  13. IBM targets 2008 profit above expectations
  14. Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers
  15. IBM growth in Americas slower than overseas
  16. Google.org expands funding to attack world crises
  17. Why Americans Don't Buy DVD Recorders
  18. Cell phones and virtual worlds morphing shopper ways
  19. Green Light for Human/Animal Hybrids
  20. Bionic Contact Lens May Lead to Overlay Displays
  21. Class Action Suit Against RIAA Can Proceed
  22. Environmental DVD Wrecks Apple Drives
  23. News Of SETI Signal Just Bad Reporting
  24. Spec Will Cut External Drive Power Cords
  25. Slashing kicks off 2008 gaming releases
  26. Microsoft Releases Specs for Binary Formats
  27. Netflix and iTunes Rentals Aiming At Different Crowds
  28. Slashing and smashing kick off 2008 gaming releases
  29. Gameworld: Slashing and smashing kick off 2008 releases
  30. AT&T's Plan to Play Internet Cop
  31. German unions urge Nokia boycott over plant closure
  32. Gameworld: Slashing and smashing kick off 2008 game releases
  33. Praise the Lord online: Major hymn book goes digital
  34. China flags crackdown on "undesirable" online games
  35. Trial Set To Determine What SCO Owes Novell
  36. Hitachi Does Microsoft Surface Without the Table
  37. Monkey's Thoughts Make Robot Walk
  38. France could also scrap commercials on state radio
  39. Some DNS Requests Ruled Illegal in North Dakota
  40. France eyes electronics tax for public TV: report
  41. Nanotubes Form The Darkest Material Yet Created
  42. Dell seen back to strong growth
  43. The Video Game Industry Goes Political
  44. China flags crackdown on "undesirable" online games
  45. Star Trek-like 'Phraselator' Helps Police
  46. Star Trek-like 'Phraselateor' Helps Police
  47. Dell seen back to strong growth
  48. Monkeys Thoughts Make Robot Walk
  49. Dell seen back to strong growth
  50. Time Warner Cable to Test Tiered Bandwidth Caps
  51. Praise the Lord online: Major hymn book goes digital
  52. Matsu****a and Renesas to jointly develop chips: report
  53. What is Fair Use in the Digital Age?
  54. Pizza Hut rolls out nationwide mobile ordering
  55. Pope Cancels Speech After Scientists Protest
  56. Startup Offers Instant-Boot Windows Alternative
  57. Hasbro Using DMCA on Facebook Game Apps
  58. iPhone Trojan Sign of Things to Come?
  59. SPARQL Graduates to W3C Recommendation
  60. Linux Networking Cookbook
  61. Skepticism greets "Al Qaeda in Britain" founding
  62. BEA accepts sweetened Oracle offer
  63. AT&T to replace batteries after explosions and fires
  64. Supreme Court hears LG-Quanta patent case
  65. Oracle Buys BEA
  66. New Hampshire Primaries Follow-Up Analysis
  67. BEA accepts sweetened Oracle offer
  68. NASA Wants Fast Moonbuggies and Solid Lunar Lander
  69. 10-year-old Microsoft Ticket Resurfaces?
  70. The State of Security in MMORPGs
  71. UI Designers Hired by Mozilla
  72. Amdocs launches products for digital ads and retail
  73. Microsoft to Spy on Employees
  74. Facebook asked to remove "Scrabulous"
  75. Syntax-Brillian signs LCD deal with Japan's Sharp
  76. FCC Seeks Comment In Comcast P2P Investigation
  77. Facebook asked to remove "Scrabulous"
  78. Amdocs launches products for digital ads and retail
  79. Sun Buys MySQL
  80. Computer can help your dog communicate: scientist
  81. High School Sophomores Discover Asteroid
  82. Mac Version of NaturallySpeaking Launched
  83. Web site declares al-Qaeda's founding in UK: report
  84. Nanotech Anode Promises 10X Battery Life
  85. Pirate Bay Gets a 4,000-Page Complaint
  86. US FDA Deems Cloned Animals Edible
  87. Toshiba cuts HD player prices in Blu-ray fight
  88. Ferrari unveils ethanol-powered sports car
  89. Apple unveils super-thin "Air" laptop, Web movies
  90. Web site declares al-Qaeda's founding in UK: report
  91. First Scareware For the Mac
  92. FCC chief says economy could hurt wireless sale
  93. Borders readies to take over Web site
  94. Nokia to cut up to 2,300 staff
  95. Study Touting OOXML Over ODF Is Debunked
  96. AT&T To Replace 17,000 Batteries
  97. Apple launches Web movie rentals, thin laptop
  98. Open Source On the Big Screen
  99. Y2K38 Watch Starts Saturday
  100. Apple launches Web movie rentals, thin laptop
  101. VBA Going Away, Macs Now, PCs Soon
  102. Apple to rent movies on Web, shows thin notebook
  103. EU Regulators Open New Microsoft Investigations
  104. GM says new fuel requirements to add $6,000 per car
  105. Apple Announces MacBook Air
  106. What Was Your First Gaming Experience?
  107. Jobs unveils wireless backup device
  108. GM says new fuel requirements to add $6,000 per car
  109. Ask the Presidential Candidates
  110. Apple's Jobs unveils wireless backup device
  111. Recession or no, Japan carmakers to keep rolling
  112. Three dimensional images become significant tool
  113. Nokia to shut German plant, cut 2,300 staff
  114. HD DVD Prices Slashed By Toshiba
  115. Toshiba cuts HD player prices in Blu-ray fight
  116. EMI faces 2,000 job cuts
  117. HP & Dell Face Lawsuits From Exploding Hardware
  118. EMI faces 2,000 job cuts
  119. Is Copy Protection Needed or Futile?
  120. EMI faces 2,000 job cuts
  121. Clearwire plans to offer Google applications
  122. Yamaha hooks up piano to Web -- for $35,000
  123. Public Request For Microsoft To Release Deprecated File Formats
  124. GM and Toyota battle turns electric
  125. Ferrari unveils ethanol-powered sports car
  126. EMI faces 2,000 job cuts
  127. 'War on Terror' Allies Form Information Consortium
  128. EMI faces 2,000 job cuts to meet digital challenge
  129. BlackBerry poised to hit China
  130. Britain's fastest supercomputer unveiled
  131. Roadmap To the OOXML Process
  132. Norwegian Air to offer in-flight phone service
  133. BlackBerry poised to hit China
  134. The Economics of Chips With Many Cores
  135. Yamaha hooks up piano to Web -- for $35,000
  136. Toshiba cuts HD player prices in Blu-ray fight
  137. Three dimensional images become significant tool
  138. Softbank eyes free mobile-Web phone calls: sources
  139. IBM Jazz Edges Closer To Open Source
  140. Microsoft Will Stream Ads To Grocery Carts
  141. Parents To Block Kids From Joining MySpace
  142. Three dimensional images become significant tool
  143. Softbank eyes free mobile-IP phone calls: sources
  144. Telecommuting Can Be Bad For Those Who Don't
  145. Three dimensional images become significant tool
  146. Messenger Flies by Mercury
  147. US Policy Would Allow Government Access to Any Email
  148. Modeling Urban Panic
  149. CES 2008 Hall of Shame
  150. EU Launches Yet Another Antitrust Probe Into Microsoft
  151. Toshiba cuts HD player prices in Blu-ray fight
  152. What Would You Do As President?
  153. Filming an Invasion Without Extras
  154. Ford Claims Ownership Of Your Pictures
  155. Coming Soon — Cyborg Farmers
  156. Toshiba cuts HD player prices in Blu-ray fight
  157. EU launches new probes against Microsoft
  158. Net Neutrality Summit
  159. EU says costs for Galileo satellite project reliable
  160. 33 MegaPixel TV in 2015
  161. EU launches new probes against Microsoft
  162. EU launches new probes against Microsoft
  163. Is Open Source Recession Proof?
  164. Britain's fastest supercomputer unveiled
  165. 2008, The Year of Solid State Storage
  166. EU says costs for Galileo satellite project reliable
  167. 10 Strange Computer Keyboards
  168. EU launches new probe against Microsoft
  169. Most Home Routers Vulnerable to Flash UPnP Attack
  170. Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
  171. Helium Crisis Approaching
  172. Apple, China Mobile call off iPhone launch talks
  173. Last Sky Commuter For Sale On eBay
  174. Apple, China Mobile end iPhone talks: spokeswoman
  175. Sony Starts a Standards War Over Wireless USB
  176. Netflix To Lift Streaming Limits
  177. Netfilx To Lift Streaming Limits
  178. Researchers Create Beating Heart In Lab
  179. ZFS For Mac OS X Source Code Available
  180. Interview With Pirate Party Leader Rick Falkvinge
  181. Lax TSA Website Exposed Travelers' Information
  182. Earning Money with Open Source Software?
  183. Huge Hydrogen Cloud Will Hit Milky Way
  184. Malware Distribution Through Physical Media a Growing Concern
  185. Malware Distribution through Physical Media a Growing Concern
  186. Promoting FOSS to People Who Don't Care
  187. Proposal for UK Prisoners to be Given RFID Implants
  188. Student Expelled For Facebook Photo Description
  189. Lenovo Delivers SuSE Linux-Based ThinkPads
  190. Vinyl Gets Its Groove Back
  191. OLPC To Be Distributed To US Students
  192. XKCD Inadvertently Causes Googlebomb
  193. 2007 Darwin Award Winners
  194. California Utilities to Control Thermostats?
  195. EFF Takes On RIAA "Making Available" Theory
  196. Edible Antifreeze For Smoother Ice Cream
  197. SimCity Source Code Is Now Open
  198. Why Space Exploration Is Worth the Cost
  199. Digital Watermarks to Replace DRM
  200. US Satellites Dodging Chinese Missile Debris
  201. Intel Employee Caught Running OLPC News Site
  202. Long Term Effects of Gizmodo CES Prank
  203. XKCD Inadvertantly Causes Googlebomb
  204. "Cone of Silence" Possible Say Scientists
  205. California Utilities to Control Thermostats?
  206. Gentoo in Crisis, Robbins Offers Solution
  207. Body Heat Could Charge Your Cellphone
  208. How to Say Goodbye to Old Hard Drives?
  209. Young IT Workers Disillusioned, Hard to Retain
  210. Britain Advises Against Vista, Office 2007 for Schools
  211. Switchgrass Makes Better Ethanol Than Corn
  212. 12 Florida Schools Pass Anti-Evolution Resolutions
  213. Coverity Reports Open Source Security Making Great Strides
  214. Could the RIAA Just Disappear?
  215. Telecommuting not so great for those left in office
  216. How to Recognize a Good Programmer
  217. 14-Year-Old Turns Tram System Into Personal Train Set
  218. 14 Year Old Turns Tram System Into Personal Train Set
  219. McDonald's UK CEO Blames Video Games for Childhood Obesity
  220. National ID Cards Mandated in the US, If You're Under 50
  221. Largest Black Hole Measured
  222. Congress To Investigate FCC
  223. Telecommuting not so great for those left in office
  224. Toshiba Uses Cell Chip In Consumer Laptop
  225. New York launches antitrust probe into Intel
  226. First Look At the ACID3 Browser Test
  227. Legalize File Sharing, Say Swedish MPs
  228. Firefox Struggling to Compete as Corporate Browser
  229. Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
  230. Amazon to sell Sony BMG songs free of copy curbs
  231. Computer Scientists Grow a Better Virtual Tree
  232. Sony Announces DRM-Free Music at Amazon
  233. Amazon to sell Sony BMG songs free of copy curbs
  234. Origin of the iPhone
  235. Sun Plans to Have No In-House Data Centers by 2015
  236. No Dual-Boot XO Laptop, According to Microsoft
  237. Hubble Finds Double Einstein Ring
  238. New York Launches Intel Antitrust Investigation
  239. Startup Offers Peltier-On-Chip
  240. Amazon to sell Sony BMG songs free of copy curbs
  241. Tweaking The Math Behind Political Representation
  242. ID Tech May Mean an End to Anonymous Drinking
  243. Amazon to offer music from Sony BMG without copy curbs
  244. Shuttle's $200 Linux PC Part of a Trend?
  245. Identity Theft Skeptic Ends Up As Fraud Victim
  246. Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
  247. New York launches antitrust probe into Intel
  248. Identity Theft Skeptic Ends Up As Fraud Victim
  249. Plasma TV makes comeback
  250. Cancer group asks women to be brazen online