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  1. Americans more wired, new-media survey finds
  2. Researchers Explore Quantum Dot Based NVRAM
  3. Apple and Fox Set to Announce Movie Rental Deal
  4. Apple and Fox plan movie rental deal: reports
  5. Google Apps Slow to Replace Competition
  6. Microsoft Opens Its Security Research Cookbooks
  7. Warner Music Group Drops DRM for Amazon
  8. Amazon adds Warner Music tunes to download service
  9. First Reflected Light From an Exoplanet Seen
  10. Data Storage Predictions for 2008
  11. Apple Patents 'Buy Stuff Wirelessly, Skip Lines' Tech
  12. Is the Dell XPS One Better than the Apple iMac?
  13. Amazon adds Warner Music tunes to download service
  14. Report Says 36.4% of World's Computers Infringe on IP
  15. WTO Awards Caribbean Country Right to Ignore US Copyright
  16. Aspiring radio hosts need only a computer & phone
  17. Sony latest to quit rear-projection TVs
  18. eBay vs. Romania's Online Scammers
  19. Apple and Fox plan movie rental deal: reports
  20. Windows Home Server Corrupts Files
  21. Amazon adds Warner Music to download service
  22. Amazon adds Warner Music tunes to download service
  23. SCO Receives Nasdaq's Delisting Notice
  24. Radiohead readies New Year's Eve Webcast
  25. Samsung unveils 31-inch organic screen
  26. Alexander Graham Bell - Patent Thief?
  27. Amazon adds Warner Music to download service
  28. UK Alzheimer's Society backs tracking devices
  29. Black Hole Fires at Neighboring Galaxy
  30. FBI to Put Criminals Up in Lights
  31. Nokia puts back gaming service launch to new year
  32. NYPD To Replace Motor Fleet With Electric Scooters
  33. Samsung SDI unveils 31-inch organic display screen
  34. Apple and Fox planning movie rental deal: reports
  35. Nokia delays gaming service launch to next year
  36. Apple, Fox planning movie rental deal: reports
  37. PGA tour to go high-tech on Golf Channel
  38. Samsung SDI unveils 31-inch organic display screen
  39. Samsung countersuing Sharp on LCD patents
  40. Samsung countersuing Sharp on LCD patents
  41. Australia Scraps National ID Plan
  42. Sony becomes latest to quit rear-projection TVs
  43. Government Makes NIH Research Open Access
  44. Web Ads Work Better Than TV Ads
  45. IBM's Five Predictions for the Future
  46. Samsung Elec countersuing Sharp on LCD patents
  47. Sony seeks more partners for flat panels: paper
  48. How Would You Design Your Dream Office?
  49. Information Overload Predicted Problem of the Year for 2008
  50. Appeals court hands Google patent case setback
  51. U.S. appeals court hands Google patent case setback
  52. Russian GPS Alternative Near Completion
  53. The Afterlife Is Expensive for Digital Movies
  54. Russia launches final satellites for its own GPS
  55. U.S. appeals court hands Google patent case setback
  56. Hupo.TV to manage Chinese pop radio site
  57. Appeals court hands Google patent case setback
  58. Microsoft Complains About Google's Monopoly Abuse
  59. Top Solid State Disks and TB Drives Reviewed
  60. Google Mobile Phones Debut in Feb?
  61. Batcave Home Theater
  62. Quoted in Google News? Post a Comment
  63. MTV: 2007 Borked the Music Industry
  64. Embedded Linux On a Digital Stethoscope
  65. applying for government grants
  66. Mario Christmas Mural Video
  67. Egypt to Copyright Pyramids and Sphynx
  68. Robots To Control Oil Drilling Platforms
  69. The LCD Panel vs. The Crossbow
  70. USPTO Reaffirms 1-Click Claims 'Old And Obvious'
  71. Russia launches final satellites for its own GPS
  72. Russia launches final satellites for its own GPS
  73. Queen Elizabeth urges thought for less well off
  74. Heathkit Reincarnates the Hero Robot
  75. Capitol Hill Quiet on Tech
  76. Queen Elizabeth urges thought for less well off
  77. How To Tell If It's Really Titanium
  78. Anti-Virus Bug Briefly Identified Windows Explorer as Malware
  79. Apple and Google Are Telecom's Newest Stars
  80. Queen Elizabeth urges thought for less well off
  81. 'Mind Doping' Becoming More Common
  82. Airlines Plan To Filter, Censor In-Flight Internet Access
  83. The Economist's Technology Predictions For 2008
  84. FSFE Supports Microsoft Antitrust Investigation
  85. Netgear Introduces Linux-Based NAS Devices
  86. Google Reader Begins Sharing Private Data
  87. Only 2 in 500 College Students Believe in IP
  88. Jingle Bells Played With Graphics Card, Santa Wonders Why
  89. OLPC a Hit in Remote Peruvian Village
  90. Military Robots from 2007 to 2032
  91. Newmark Denies Craigslist Is Killing Newspapers
  92. Chile puts off digital television decision to March
  93. Extreme Christmas Lights In Orlando
  94. Is There Such a Thing As Absolute Hot?
  95. US To Extinguish (Most) Incandescent Bulb Sales By 2012
  96. Britain's Queen Elizabeth goes global on YouTube
  97. Microsoft's piracy fight gains momentum in China
  98. Giraffes May Be Six Separate Species
  99. China Anti-Corruption Web Site Crashes On First Day
  100. Palau May Get Satellite Power In the Next Decade
  101. Head Tracking w/ the Wiimote
  102. Should Apple Give Back Replaced Disks?
  103. Researchers Simulate Building Block of Rat's Brain
  104. Email In the 18th Century
  105. Inside a Modern Malware Distribution System
  106. Afterlife Will Be Costly For Digital Films
  107. 44 Conjectures of Stephen Wolfram Disproved
  108. Britain's Queen Elizabeth goes global on YouTube
  109. Ariane rocket launches African, N.American satellites
  110. Deluge Anonymizing Browser Now Includes Bittorrent
  111. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  112. Australia Plans to Censor the Internet
  113. Head Tracking w/ the Wiimote
  114. Chuck Norris Sues Publisher, Tears Don't Cure Cancer
  115. Britain's Queen Elizabeth goes global on YouTube
  116. Chuck Norris sues Publisher, Tears Don't Cure Cancer
  117. Clinton Would Crack Down On Game Content
  118. Britain's Queen Elizabeth goes global on YouTube
  119. Tcl/Tk 8.5.0 Released
  120. Mastering POSIX File Capabilities
  121. Flash Vulnerabilities Affect Thousands of Sites
  122. Apple Lawyering Up On "Fake Steve Jobs"
  123. Circuit City Rewards Execs As Stock Tanks
  124. GNU Octave 3.0 Released After 11 Years
  125. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  126. Analog Cellular Shutdown To Hit Built-In Devices
  127. U.Maine Law Clinic Is First To Fight RIAA
  128. FBI Prepares Vast Database of Biometrics
  129. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  130. Mystery Company Recruiting Talent With a Puzzle
  131. IRS Data Security Still a Concern
  132. New Jersey Judge Shields Anonymous Blogger
  133. Notebook Makers Moving to 4 GB Memory As Standard
  134. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  135. Many Analog TV Watchers Aren't Aware of Upcoming Switchover
  136. NASA's Invention of the Year Award Goes to Synthetic Muscles
  137. Specs For the New KITT
  138. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  139. Could An ExtraTerrestrial Find Earth with a Telescope?
  140. FBI aims for world's largest biometrics database
  141. Norway Mandates Government Use of ODF and PDF
  142. Ariane rocket launches African, N.American satellites
  143. Retail Store Scalping Wii Consoles on eBay
  144. Ariane rocket launches African and N.American satellites
  145. People Were More Likely To Google Themselves This Year
  146. Microsoft's piracy fight gains momentum in China
  147. Ariane rocket orbits satellites for Africa and N. America
  148. Vonage and AT&T settle patent dispute
  149. Science Magazine's Top Stories of 2007
  150. Single-Chip x86 Chipsets Around the Corner?
  151. RIAA Writes Its Own News For Local TV
  152. Microsoft's piracy fight gains momentum in China
  153. Plexiglass-like DVD to Hold 1TB of Data
  154. Microsoft's piracy fight gains momentum in China
  155. Nokia, InterDigital claim patent case victory
  156. Army Buys Macs to Beef Up Security
  157. Universe May Be Running Out of Time
  158. WTO Rules on Internet Gambling Case
  159. Yahoo! Slammed Over Piracy By Chinese Court
  160. Mathematicians Solve the Mystery of Traffic Jams
  161. Silicon Valley Startup Prints $1/watt Solar Panels
  162. Nokia says has favorable InterDigital ruling
  163. Philips in $5 billion Respironics deal
  164. Vulnerability Numerology - Defective by Design?
  165. High Efficiency Hybrid Car Planned For 2009
  166. Dell computers to retail in Tesco stores in Europe
  167. Diebold Election Results Released By AZ Judge
  168. Toshiba and Sharp form LCD pact amid industry shake-up
  169. 'Extreme Security' Web Browsing
  170. Alpine 1.00 Brings Pine Back
  171. Philips in $5 bln Respironics deal
  172. Toshiba and Sharp form LCD pact amid industry shake-up
  173. Philips to buy Respironics for $5.2 billion
  174. Chance for a Tunguska Sized Impact on Mars
  175. China unveils first locally developed regional jet
  176. NXP buys U.S. GPS semiconductor company GloNav
  177. Sharp and Toshiba form LCD, chip supply deal
  178. Japan targets same train pass for big Asian cities
  179. Philips to buy Respironics for $5.2 billion
  180. Anti-Virus Effectiveness Down from Last Year
  181. Hitachi, Silver Lake talk about hard drives: sources
  182. Samsung, Hitachi sign license deal on hard drives
  183. IBM buys database software firm Solid Information
  184. Stem Cell Lines Derived to Avoid Immune Rejection
  185. Japan's KDDI, Willcom win new WiMAX licenses
  186. CEO of Red Hat Steps Down
  187. IBM Finding Business Uses for Virtual World
  188. Exploit Found to Brick Most HP and Compaq Laptops
  189. Popular Apple rumor Web site to shut down
  190. Apple shareholder lawsuit amended to add details
  191. Deep Impact Probe to Look for Earth-sized Planets
  192. No Right to Privacy When Your Computer Is Repaired
  193. British drivers could face jail for using mobile
  194. Microsoft Agrees to Release Work Group Protocols
  195. Tiny, Morphing, Electricity-Stealing Spy Planes Developed
  196. "Hidden object" series hit for holidays
  197. Which eBook Reader is the Best?
  198. Microsoft is the Industry's Most Innovative Company?
  199. NCAA Puts Severe Limits On Sport Event Blogging
  200. What Is Your Game of the Year?
  201. Couple Busted For Shining Laser At Helicopter
  202. Popular Apple rumor Web site to shut down
  203. Comparing Browser JavaScript Performance
  204. Click-to-give holiday gift of charity
  205. Microsoft signs rare open-source deal, under EU orders
  206. Supernova Detonates In Empty Space
  207. Microsoft signs rare open-source deal, under EU orders
  208. FTC Approves Google-DoubleClick Deal
  209. Safety top reason for buying children cell phones
  210. "Hidden object" series hit for holidays
  211. Wired's 2007 Vaporware Awards
  212. Think Secret Shutting Down
  213. Radio May Have To Pay To Play
  214. Official 700MHz Bidder List
  215. Yahoo, America Movil partner on mobile Web search
  216. British drivers could face jail for using mobile
  217. Toshiba Builds Ultra-Small Nuclear Reactor
  218. Gartner sees 2008 chip equipment spending down
  219. Students Power Supercomputer with Bicycles
  220. More TV viewers turn to Web: poll
  221. First Look At Firefox 3.0 Beta 2
  222. Swedish Athletes Back GPS Implants to Combat Drug Use
  223. Solar System Date of Birth Determined
  224. Presidential Candidates' Science and Tech Policies
  225. IE 8 Passes Acid2 Test
  226. Possible Active Glacier Found On Mars
  227. Creative Commons Launches CC+ License
  228. More TV viewers turn to Web: poll
  229. NASA Ares Rocket Specs to Be Open Source
  230. Duke Nukem Forever Teaser Released
  231. More TV viewers turn to Web: poll
  232. Your Worst IT Workshop?
  233. More TV viewers turn to Web for entertainment: poll
  234. House and Senate Slash Science Budget Increases
  235. IT Security Interviews Exposed
  236. NetBSD 4.0 Has Been Released
  237. Nanowires Boost Laptop Battery Life to 20 Hours
  238. Turn in a Software Pirate to Collect $500
  239. Antivirus firm says detects Google text ad trojan
  240. 3.2 Billion Dollars Lost to Phishing in 2007
  241. Antivirus firm says detects Google text ad trojan
  242. Judge Rules TorrentSpy Destroyed Evidence
  243. EU executive receives complaint over gadgets levy
  244. Wiimote as Multi-Touch Display Controller
  245. EU executive receives complaint over gadgets levy
  246. Perl 5.10, 20 Year Anniversary
  247. HP & Staples Collude On $8,000/Gallon Ink?
  248. Burying a Mainframe In Style
  249. Matsu****a, Hitachi in talks on major panel deals: source
  250. IAC in Web video deal with Brightcove