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  1. Google, Yahoo, Others Sued Over Solitaire Patent
  2. Science Text Attempts to Reconcile Religion and Science
  3. McAfee Worried Over "Ambiguous" Open Source Licenses
  4. Apple Files for OLED Keyboard Patent
  5. Frozen Researchers Set Antarctic Ballooning Record
  6. General Motors Embraces Open Source for New Community Site
  7. Electronics makers vie to make machines green
  8. Gadget lovers seek out 2008's hottest products
  9. PI License May Soon Be Required for Computer Forensics
  10. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray DVD format exclusively
  11. Who Owns Your Social Data? You Do, Sort of
  12. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray DVD format exclusively
  13. Interview with Red Hat's New CEO
  14. Sony BMG Dropping DRM
  15. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray DVD format exclusively
  16. Mars Rover, Spirit, Turns 4
  17. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray DVD format exclusively
  18. Is Apple Killing Linux on the Desktop?
  19. Red Hat CEO says committed to open source
  20. Google Algorithm to Search Out Hospital Superbugs
  21. Electronics makers vie to make machines green
  22. Medis Tech misses chance to market power pack
  23. Electronics makers vie to make machines green
  24. Did Insects Kill the Dinosaurs?
  25. Scientist Suggests We Explore 'Universe is a VR Simulation' Theory
  26. Reverse Engineer Finds Kindle's Hidden Features
  27. Intel to respond to EU antitrust charges Monday
  28. Researchers Say Wi-Fi Virus Outbreak Possible
  29. Red Hat CEO says committed to open source
  30. EFF Busts Bogus Online Testing Patent
  31. Firefox Spoofing Bug Puts Passwords At Risk
  32. Microsoft Patents Frustration-Detection System
  33. Hitachi to phase out small hard drives
  34. "Spam king" indicted in stock fraud scheme
  35. Intel Resigns from One Laptop Per Child Project
  36. Microsoft promises free game after online woes
  37. Intel drops out of One Laptop Per Child program
  38. Sirius ends 2007 with 8.3 million subscribers
  39. "Major Nelson" emerges as face of Xbox
  40. Sirius ends 2007 with 8.3 million subscribers
  41. EU Encouraging Standardized DRM, Licensing
  42. Microsoft touts Xbox sales but laments online woes
  43. Microsoft touts Xbox sales but laments online woes
  44. Proof That Practice Does Make Perfect
  45. CORRECTION: Microsoft touts Xbox sales but laments online woes
  46. Microsoft touts Xbox sales but laments online woes
  47. Microsoft promises free game after online woes
  48. Microsoft promises free game after online woes
  49. Microsoft says Xbox sales hit 17.7 million units
  50. MS Drops Licensing Restrictions from Web Server 2008
  51. Microsoft says Xbox sales hit 17.7 million units
  52. Intel drops out of One Laptop Per Child program
  53. Spammer Alan Ralsky Indicted
  54. Intel drops out of One Laptop Per Child program
  55. 500-fold Increase in Data Flow from SETI Telescope
  56. HD Monitor Causes DRM Issues with Netflix
  57. Album sales plunge in '07 as digital growth slows
  58. Surveillance Rights for the Public?
  59. Gadget lovers seek out 2008's hottest products
  60. Stern Measures Keep NASA's Kepler Mission on Track
  61. Social network site Plaxo considers sale: reports
  62. Antitrust Suit Filed To Halt Apple 'Music Monopoly'
  63. Motorola unveils mobile live TV device
  64. Suit says IBM dumped chemicals in New York state
  65. UK Moves to Outlaw 'Hacker Tools'
  66. Four Root DNS Servers Go IPv6 On February 4th
  67. Gadget lovers seek out 2008's hottest products
  68. LG & Netflix Team Up to Offer Downloadable Movies on TV
  69. Suspense grows over XM-Sirius antitrust review
  70. The Trouble with Virtualization - Cranky IT Staffs
  71. Lenovo Announces the IdeaPad
  72. Virtual PCs add new layer of security
  73. Russia Weighs Going Cyrillic For DNS
  74. Motorola unveils mobile live TV device
  75. Virtual PCs add new layer of security
  76. Cocaine Vaccine In the Works
  77. EU seeks single market for online services
  78. Sears Installs Spyware
  79. MS To Push Silverlight Via Redesigned Microsoft.com
  80. Netflix and LG to offer movie set-top box
  81. British music industry boosted by online sales
  82. Investors, "Beware" of Record Companies
  83. SanDisk signs license deal with PNY
  84. Motorola introduces mobile video player
  85. RTF Vs. OOXML
  86. Motorola introduces mobile video player
  87. GUI Design Book Recommendations?
  88. Lenovo unveils consumer PCs
  89. Motorola unveils mobile video player
  90. "Stock" beats "sex" on Google China
  91. Social networking site Plaxo for sale: report
  92. British music industry boosted by online sales
  93. Airport Profilers Learn to Read Facial Expressions
  94. Lenovo unveils consumer PCs
  95. Motorola unveils mobile video player
  96. World's Smallest Projector
  97. Scientists Fly to 2008's Most Dazzling Meteor Shower
  98. What's Wrong With the TV News
  99. Netflix, LG to offer movie set-top box
  100. The 5 Coolest Hacks of '07
  101. US Government To Release Electronic Passport
  102. Molten Salt-Based Solar Power Plant
  103. Molten Salt Based Solar Power Plant
  104. Rails Bigwig Rails on Rails Community
  105. Linux Firewalls
  106. France warns against excessive mobile phone use
  107. Cell phone users tie up traffic: study
  108. SanDisk flash drive to offer automatic Web storage
  109. France warns against excessive cell phone use
  110. Sperm Could Power Nanobots
  111. Sprint sees no delay to QChat
  112. SanDisk flash drive to offer automatic Web storage
  113. France warns against excessive cell phone use
  114. Asian PC makers turn to U.S. consumers for growth
  115. Qualcomm says Broadcom ruling to hurt short-term
  116. Dreams Actually Virtual Reality Threat Simulation?
  117. Sprint sees no delay to QChat
  118. Scammers Continue to Wreak Havoc in MMO's
  119. Copyright Cutback Proposed As RIAA Solution
  120. 8 Can't Miss Predictions... for 1998
  121. The UK's Fastest Supercomputer
  122. Qualcomm says Broadcom ruling to hurt in short term
  123. Broadcasters get leeway on digital TV switch
  124. Digital album packaging to improve in '08
  125. Social Network Aggregation, Killer App in 2008?
  126. Generation Y biggest user of libraries: survey
  127. Nokia Siemens to buy Apertio
  128. HTC says Q4 sales grow
  129. Official DTV Converter Box Coupons for Americans
  130. Qualcomm says new compliant chipsets ready
  131. Introducing Magnet-Responsive Memory Foam
  132. Office 2003 Service Pack Disables Older File Formats
  133. Wikia Search Engine to be Launched on January 7th
  134. LANCOR v. OLPC Case Continues In Nigerian Court
  135. 27 Billion Gigabytes to be Archived by 2010
  136. Apricot Team Selected For Fully Open Source 3D Game
  137. New Years Resolutions - An Engineering Approach
  138. What Did You Change Your Mind About in 2007?
  139. Dvorak Looks Back At 'Another Crappy Tech Year'
  140. Broadcasters get leeway on digital TV switch
  141. OLPC CTO Quits to Commercialize OLPC Technology
  142. Microsoft's Biggest Threat - Google or Open Source?
  143. Computer Glitch Halts Seattle New Year's Fireworks
  144. Microsoft Paid Novell $356 Million in '07
  145. Gen Y Hits the Library the Most -- But Not For Books
  146. Archos 605 WiFi Hacked
  147. Privacy International Releases 2007 Report
  148. NASA Releases Cryptic Airline Safety Data
  149. Qualcomm barred from using Broadcom 3G patents
  150. Qualcomm barred from using Broadcom 3G patents
  151. The Rising Barcode Security Threat
  152. Qualcomm can use rival chip patents till 09
  153. Ion-Mask Coating Could Make Waterproofing Electronics Easy
  154. Vonage and Nortel settle patent dispute
  155. Qualcomm can use rival chip patents until 09
  156. A Look Back at One of the Original Phreaks
  157. "God doesn't do waste," says archbishop on YouTube
  158. Wii Hacked for Better Homebrew Games
  159. Motorola and Metrologic settle patent disputes
  160. What 2008 May Hold In Store for FOSS
  161. Research Finds Effects of GSM Signals on Sleep
  162. Mars Asteroid Impact More Likely Than Before
  163. Child's Play Breaks a Million Bucks
  164. Vonage and Nortel settle patent dispute
  165. Digital album packaging should improve in 2008
  166. Vonage says settles patent dispute with Nortel
  167. Just What is this ASUS Eee Thing Anyway?
  168. Vonage and Nortel settle patent dispute
  169. Most Consumers Sitting Out The High-Def War
  170. Online Collaboration Creates 'Map-Making For the Masses'
  171. Australian Government To Mandate Internet Filters
  172. Google Products You Forgot All About
  173. The World's Cheapest Car Set To Launch
  174. How To Lose Your Job, Thanks To The Internet
  175. Digital album packaging should improve in '08
  176. Data Theft Soars to Unprecedented Levels
  177. The City of the Future
  178. PCWorld Says Firefox is Strong, Vista is Weak
  179. Free Software FPS Games Compared
  180. RIAA Not Suing Over CD Ripping, Still Calling Rips 'Unauthorized'
  181. Long Live Closed-Source Software?
  182. American Security Firms Collaborate on Chinese Olympics
  183. i-Snake, a New Robotic Surgeon
  184. How and Why Knots Spontaneously Form
  185. Fedora 8 A Serious Threat to Ubuntu
  186. Trekkie Sues Christie's for Fraudulent Props
  187. The Curse of Knowledge Bogs Down Innovation
  188. RIAA Now Filing Suits Against Consumers Who Rip CDs
  189. Future AMD GPUs To Be More 'Open-Source Friendly'
  190. Arguing For Open Electronic Health Records
  191. Musicians Have Many Money Options Online, Says Talking Head
  192. iPhone 1.1.3 Update Confirmed, Breaks Apps and Unlocks
  193. YouTube Video Stats, Sharing, and 2007 Re-Mixed
  194. Ohio's Alternative to Diebold Machines May Be Equally Bad
  195. Convincing the Military to Embrace Open Source
  196. KDE's Version Timing Drops It In Ubuntu Support Priority
  197. Adobe Quietly Monitoring Software Use?
  198. Linux And Unix Devices Popular On Amazon's 'Best of '07' List
  199. Communities of Mutants Form as DNA Testing Grows
  200. Trekkie Sues Christie's for Fradulent Props
  201. Writers Guild Members Look to Internet Distribution
  202. Necessity of Dark Energy Questioned
  203. Jack Thompson Claiming Games Industry in Collusion with DoD
  204. Solar Tree Bears Fruit
  205. Florida Election Ballots to be Printed On-Demand
  206. New Jersey Bars Sex Offenders From the Internet
  207. The Death of High Fidelity
  208. Snortable Drug 'Replaces' Sleep For Monkeys In Trials
  209. Intelligent Software Agents - Are We Ready?
  210. Microsoft Deprecating Some OOXML Functionality
  211. RIAA-fighting Maine Law Professor Speaks Out
  212. Apple Stores Demonstrate That Retail Still Lives
  213. CES Scorecard 2007 - What Came True; What Didn't
  214. AOL to Shut Down Netscape Support/Development
  215. Online dating brings hope and frustration
  216. TSA Limits Lithium Batteries on Airplanes
  217. Annals of Improbable Research Goes Free Online
  218. Wal-Mart Closes Online Movie Download Service
  219. Panasonic To Ship Form Factor-Standard Blu-ray Drive
  220. Domains May Disappear After Search
  221. Online dating brings hope and frustration
  222. Aspiring radio hosts need only a computer & phone
  223. Chinese Government Sued Over Dog Height Censorship
  224. Obama Girl, Britney boy top YouTube videos
  225. PC Mag Slams Cheap Wal-Mart Linux Desktop
  226. Americans more wired: survey
  227. Obama Girl, Britney boy top YouTube videos
  228. Hospitals Look to a Nuclear Tool to Fight Cancer
  229. Obama Girl, Britney boy top YouTube videos for 2007
  230. Apple and Fox plan movie rental deal: reports
  231. Wal-Mart cancels movie download service
  232. Nokia delays N-gage gaming service launch
  233. Connecticut Governor Seeks to Protect Personal Data Online
  234. Radiohead readies New Year's Eve Webcast
  235. Americans more wired, new-media survey finds
  236. Japanese Government to Regulate Online Communication
  237. Americans more wired, new-media survey finds
  238. Researchers Explore Quantum Dot Based NVRAM
  239. Apple and Fox Set to Announce Movie Rental Deal
  240. Apple and Fox plan movie rental deal: reports
  241. Google Apps Slow to Replace Competition
  242. Microsoft Opens Its Security Research Cookbooks
  243. Warner Music Group Drops DRM for Amazon
  244. Amazon adds Warner Music tunes to download service
  245. First Reflected Light From an Exoplanet Seen
  246. Data Storage Predictions for 2008
  247. Apple Patents 'Buy Stuff Wirelessly, Skip Lines' Tech
  248. Is the Dell XPS One Better than the Apple iMac?
  249. Amazon adds Warner Music tunes to download service
  250. Report Says 36.4% of World's Computers Infringe on IP