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  1. It's almost English when dictionary does Australish
  2. Less wow, more instant gratification at CES
  3. It's almost English when dictionary does Australish
  4. $2500 Tata Nano Car Unveiled in India
  5. The 10 Worst PC Keyboards of All Time
  6. Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
  7. Less wow, more instant gratification at CES
  8. Radiohead's "Rainbows" yields pot of gold
  9. iPhone Forcing Open Wireless Networks?
  10. Sony to stop some PS3 shipments to Japan
  11. Sony to stop some PS3 shipments to Japan
  12. Scientists Examine Dinosaur Skin
  13. FTC Offput by Offsets
  14. Less wow, more instant gratification at gadget show
  15. Apple eyed for slim laptop, online film rentals
  16. In-car entertainment? Bring your own, industry says
  17. Material Turns All Surfaces into Stereo
  18. Apple eyed for slim laptop, online film rentals
  19. Plasma TV makers surge back after being written off
  20. White House Gets Green by Putting Federal Budget Online
  21. Super Soaker Inventor Hopes to Double Solar Efficiency
  22. Facebook Photos Land Eden Prairie Kids in Trouble
  23. IAC appoints Jim Safka CEO of Ask.com search unit
  24. USB 3.0's New Jacks and Sockets
  25. Hackers Get Android Running on Real Hardware
  26. Plastic Fiber Could Make Optical Networking a DIY Project
  27. IAC names Jim Safka CEO of Ask.com
  28. OLPC, Microsoft Working Toward Dual-Boot XO Laptops
  29. HD format war seen dragging on
  30. SecondLife Bans Unregistered In-World Banks
  31. Nokia plans 6-12 phones for N. America in '08
  32. What Skills Should Undergrads Have?
  33. $500,000 Prize for Faster Airport Security Checks
  34. BUG - "The LEGO of Gadgets"
  35. Retailers see high-def DVD format war dragging on
  36. Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code
  37. Comcast to cooperate in FCC Web traffic probe
  38. BUG "The LEGO of gadgets"
  39. McCain, Clinton Win New Hampshire
  40. Belo and Yahoo! reach deal for video news clips
  41. Microsoft Buys Search Engine, Going After Google?
  42. Comcast to cooperate in FCC Web traffic probe
  43. iTunes downloads in UK to become cheaper
  44. Sprint says WiMax on track for end of April
  45. Biological passport for pro-cyclists taking shape
  46. Startup Building Floating Data Centers
  47. Negroponte vs Intel
  48. iTunes downloads in UK to become cheaper
  49. Sprint says WiMax on track for end of April
  50. Man gets record sentence for computer sabotage
  51. Electronics retailers unhappy as shoppers cautious
  52. 2.5 Years in Jail for Planting 'Logic Bomb'
  53. ISPs To Filter Traffic For Copyright Holders?
  54. Electronics retailers unhappy as shoppers cautious
  55. Microsoft's Xbox could consider Blu-ray support
  56. Gemstar signs pact with Sony for TV guide
  57. Hynix sees DRAM rebound
  58. Electronics retailers unhappy as shoppers cautious
  59. UK music fans to enjoy cheaper iTunes downloads
  60. Microsoft's Xbox could consider Blu-ray support
  61. Scientists Restore Walking After Spinal Cord Injury
  62. Microsoft's Xbox could consider Blu-ray support
  63. UK music fans to enjoy cheaper iTunes downloads
  64. Microsoft won't launch iPhone rival: report
  65. Mobile Phone Projectors "Will Launch This Year"
  66. Sprint says WiMax on track for end-April
  67. U.S. may take action on EU electronics tariffs
  68. Upgraded Hubble To Be 90 Times As Powerful
  69. XP/Vista IGMP Buffer Overflow — Explained
  70. Microsoft's Xbox could consider Blu-ray support
  71. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  72. Hynix sees DRAM rebound in 2008
  73. US DHS Testing FOSS Security
  74. Sprint says WiMax on track for end-April
  75. Best Buy to open in Mexico this year: CEO
  76. Hand-Made Vacuum Tubes
  77. FCC To investigate Comcast Bittorrent Meddling
  78. Google and Facebook Join DataPortability.org
  79. Microsoft's Xbox could consider Blu-ray support
  80. Microsoft bids $1.2 billion for search firm Fast
  81. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  82. Returns cost retailers, manufacturers billions
  83. GM Says Driverless Cars Will Be Ready By 2018
  84. New Chip For Square Kilometer Radio Telescope
  85. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  86. NSI Registers Every Domain Checked
  87. Comcast Promising Ultra-Fast Internet
  88. Creative Commons License Flaws Claimed
  89. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  90. Microsoft bids $1.2 billion for Norway's Fast
  91. Comcast unveils movie-TV hub Fancast.com
  92. U.S. Courts Consider Legality of Laptop Inspection
  93. Gaming Google a Gateway To Crime?
  94. WiMax seen growing fast globally
  95. Apple says shipping new Mac Pro, Xserve server
  96. Gaming Google a Gateway to Crime?
  97. Yahoo services to run on Google-based phones
  98. Dutch group loses bid for MP3 player levy
  99. Torvalds Puts Support Behind GPL2 Linux
  100. Paramount to Drop HD DVD?
  101. Microsoft bids for Norway's Fast
  102. WiMax seen growing fast globally
  103. Dutch group loses bid for MP3 player levy
  104. Microsoft bids $1.2 bln for Fast
  105. Cryptographically Hiding TCP Ports
  106. Panasonic and Google to launch Internet TVs
  107. Violinist offers recording for free online
  108. Alienware's Curved Monitor
  109. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  110. Paramount to Drop HD DVD
  111. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  112. Apple seen set to resolve EU iTunes case
  113. Intel unveils chips for use in gadgets
  114. Apple says shipping new Mac Pro, Xserve server
  115. Sharp aims to ride LCD demand to higher profit
  116. Mass Hack Infects Tens of Thousands of Sites
  117. Panasonic and Google to launch Internet TVs
  118. Sharp aims to boost profit by 10 percent in 2008/09
  119. Sony's Idea of DRM-Free Music
  120. SanDisk CEO unfazed by recession concerns
  121. Professors Slam Java As "Damaging" To Students
  122. Yahoo mobile services to run on Google-based phones
  123. New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
  124. Samsung sees rise in 2008 digital media sales
  125. Vista Shipped On 39% of PCs In 2007
  126. Group Sues To Stop German E-Voting
  127. Sandisk CEO says unfazed by recession concerns
  128. Intel unveils chips for use in gadgets
  129. Comcast unveils movie-TV hub Fancast.com
  130. Boot Record Rootkit Threatens Vista, XP, NT
  131. Microsoft Apologizes To Rival
  132. NASA Spacecraft Set to Shine Spotlight on Mercury
  133. Economic worries mar tech show's glitz
  134. Yahoo to be more social under CEO Yang revival plan
  135. Matsu****a's Panasonic and Google to launch Internet TVs
  136. Intel unveiling new chips for devices
  137. Economy and DVD sales slip drove Warner to Blu-ray
  138. Matsu****a's Panasonic, Google to work on Internet TVs
  139. Making 3D Models from Video Clips
  140. Yahoo to be more social under CEO Yang revival plan
  141. Linux-Based PMP Features Head-Up Display
  142. Wikia Search Launches Alpha, Not Ready Yet
  143. Matsu****a unveils world's biggest TV
  144. Cable Industry to Standardize Under Tru2Way
  145. New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
  146. Microsoft 'Open Value Subscription' iI None of the Above
  147. BitMicro Takes Wraps Off 832 GB Flash Drive
  148. New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
  149. Microsoft 'Open Value Subscription' is None of the Above
  150. Matsu****a introduces 150-inch TV
  151. Using Google Earth to Find Ancient Cities
  152. Matsu****a introduces 150-inch TV
  153. Intel says responds to EU antitrust charges
  154. Ask the Designers of D&D Fourth Edition
  155. Sony brings OLED TV to U.S.
  156. Electronics makers keep eye on U.S. economy
  157. Intel says responds to EU antitrust charges
  158. Russia to Search For Life on Europa
  159. Thousands follow soldier's fate in WW1 "blog"
  160. Is the IT Department Dead?
  161. Motorola unveils new phones
  162. Thousands follow soldier's fate in WW1 "blog"
  163. Sony Ericsson phone quiets when waved at
  164. Google's Prediction Market
  165. Innovative Designs and Devices
  166. Gates eyes next "digital decade"
  167. Beer Brewing Bender Completed
  168. Sony BMG to drop copy protection for downloads
  169. Comcast, Panasonic launch portable digital video player
  170. The Final CES Keynote From Bill Gates
  171. Sony BMG to drop copy protection for downloads
  172. Toshiba says HD DVD has not lost out to Blu-ray
  173. Gates eyes next "digital decade"
  174. Electronics makers keep eye on U.S. economy
  175. Sony BMG to drop copy protection for downloads
  176. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 3-to-1 in Japan
  177. CES Scales Up While Companies Push Back
  178. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 3-to-1 in Japan
  179. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 3-to-1 in Japan
  180. Motorola unveils new Rokr and Moto Z10 phone
  181. Sony's Hirai eyes PS3 profit as costs decline
  182. The Magic 8-Ball's Take on Tech in 2008
  183. Sony's Hirai eyes gaming profits as costs decline
  184. Toshiba says HD DVD has not lost out to Blu-ray
  185. Mathematician Theorizes a Crystal As Beautiful As A Diamond
  186. Sony brings OLED TV to U.S.
  187. Microsoft and NBC Universal partner on Olympics
  188. Yahoo CEO stakes out mobile phone market strategy
  189. Motorola unveils Moto Z10
  190. Gates eyes next "digital decade"
  191. Motorola unveils Moto Z10
  192. Toshiba Execs Declare HD DVD Not Dead Yet
  193. Bill Gates says world nears next digital decade
  194. Sony brings OLED TV to U.S., encouraged by TV sales
  195. North American HD DVD sales hit 1 million: Toshiba
  196. Online Cartoonist Finds Financial Success Offline
  197. Bill Gates says world nears next digital decade
  198. Sony Ericsson phone quiets when waved at
  199. CORRECTED: North American HD DVD sales hit 1 million: Toshiba
  200. Sony Announces Skype For PSP, Homebrewers Respond
  201. Sony to sell Organic LED televisions in U.S
  202. Anti-Missile Technology To Be Tested on Commercial Jets
  203. Toshiba says HD DVD "has not lost" despite Warner move
  204. Social Sites Offer 'New' Way To Experience Presidential Debates
  205. Sharp to sell 108-inch LCD TV this year
  206. Goodbye Cruel Word
  207. Toshiba HD DVD sales hit 1 mln in North America
  208. Panasonic unveils wireless HD video system
  209. JVC unveils "thinnest" LCDs, TV with iPod dock
  210. Toshiba HD DVD sales hit 1 mln in North America
  211. There's No Such Thing as 'Wireless HDMI'
  212. There's No Such Thing as 'Wireless HDMI'
  213. Scientists Recycle CO2 with Sunlight to Make Fuel
  214. Microsoft Giving Xbox Live Users a Free Game
  215. Solar Cycle 24 Has Started
  216. Why Intel and OLPC Parted Ways
  217. Western-Style Voting 'A Loser'
  218. Open Source Hardware Gets Public Introduction
  219. The Age of the Airship Returns?
  220. Wonder Woman Gets a Woman's Point-of-View
  221. 'Video Snacking' New Frontier For Media Creators
  222. RIAA's 'Misspeaking' May Have Affected Verdict
  223. A Bleak Future For Physical Media Purchases?
  224. Boeing 787 May Be Vulnerable to Hacker Attack
  225. High School Robotics Competition Kicks Off
  226. Vista SP1 Guides for IT Professionals Released
  227. JVC unveils "thinnest" LCDs, TVs with iPod dock
  228. Scientists Recycle CO2 with Sunlight to Make Fuel
  229. JVC unveils 'thinnest' LCDs, TVs with iPod dock
  230. Microsoft Giving Xbox Live Users a Free Game
  231. Solar Cycle 24 Has Started
  232. Why Intel and OLPC Parted Ways
  233. Western-Style Voting 'A Loser'
  234. Open Source Hardware Gets Public Introduction
  235. The Age of the Airship Returns?
  236. Wonder Woman Gets a Woman's Point-of-View
  237. 'Video Snacking' New Frontier For Media Creators
  238. U.S. video game industry growth seen slowing
  239. RIAA's 'Misspeaking' May Have Affected Verdict
  240. A Bleak Future For Physical Media Purchases?
  241. Boeing 787 May Be Vulnerable to Hacker Attack
  242. High School Robotics Competition Kicks Off
  243. Weave... Mozilla Is Trying To Be More Social
  244. Vista SP1 Guides for IT Professionals Released
  245. NYT Notes Flaws In Current Electronic Voting Methods
  246. Facebook Widget Installs Zango Spyware
  247. Weave... Mozilla is Trying to be More Social
  248. Bill Gates and Microsoft Fund Telescope
  249. Warner Backs Blu-Ray. End Times For HD-DVD?
  250. Google, Yahoo, Others Sued Over Solitaire Patent