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  1. Intuit iPhone-friendly Quicken priced at $3/month
  2. Artificial Blood Vessels Grow On Nano-Template
  3. Sprint names Embarq chief as new CEO
  4. FCC Ignores Public, Relaxes Media Ownership
  5. Major Australian ISP Pulls OpenOffice
  6. Speculation On a Lossless iTunes Store
  7. Colorado Decertifies E-voting Machines
  8. SquirrelMail Repository Poisoned
  9. Where Do the Laws of Nature Come From?
  10. Nintendo says Wii shortages hurt planning
  11. "Smart" tires can warn of impending flat
  12. More Mac Vulnerabilities Than Windows In 2007?
  13. Zen and the Art of Guitar Hero
  14. Jackson Slated to Make Hobbit Movie, Sequel
  15. Sprint names Embarq chief as new CEO
  16. Businesses Generally Ignoring E-Discovery Rules
  17. Sprint names Embarq chief as new CEO
  18. Nanosolar starts sales of cheaper solar panels
  19. The Future of Google Search and Natural Language Queries
  20. Dell's Linux, IT Re-Invention
  21. Penny-Sized Flash Module Holds 16GB
  22. Army Knife innovates to stay Swiss-made
  23. 2007 Sees Wireless Spending Outstrip Landlines
  24. Why the Coming Data Flood Won't Drown the Internet
  25. Apple plays DoCoMo against Softbank over iPhone launch
  26. Nintendo says Wii shortages hurt planning
  27. TomTom says map customers' trade secrets protected
  28. Bankinter and KPN in mobile, banking services deal
  29. Intel Announces Open Fibre Channel Over Ethernet
  30. Toshiba to join IBM, others on chip development
  31. US Urged To Keep Space Shuttles Flying Past 2010
  32. Kite-Powered Ship Launched
  33. Toshiba to join IBM, others on chip development
  34. Synthetic DNA About To Yield New Life Forms
  35. Vista Named Year's Most Disappointing Product
  36. Dad's sale of pot-smoking son's game sparks Web debate
  37. Vista Named Year's Most Dissapointing Product
  38. Apple launch of Leopard system its best ever: group
  39. Nintendo sees strong DS sales, frowns on Wii bundles
  40. Dodd's Filibuster Threat Stalls Wiretap Bill
  41. Nintendo sees strong DS sales, frowns on Wii bundles
  42. OpenOffice Online Goes Beta
  43. Nintendo sees strong DS sales, frowns on Wii bundles
  44. Apple launch of Leopard system its best ever: group
  45. Nintendo says DS handheld demand running strong
  46. Microsoft's Influence On Upcoming ISO Vote
  47. Black Hole Blasts Neighbor Galaxy with Deadly Jet
  48. Dad's sale of pot-smoking son's game sparks Web debate
  49. Open Source Telephony Gives Customers Control
  50. Auction of videogame sparks online debate
  51. REEM-B, New Humanoid Robot Announced
  52. XM settles patent lawsuit with Universal Music
  53. New Vista Random Numbers to Include NSA Backdoor?
  54. Apple launch of Leopard system its best ever-group
  55. Bees Can Optimize Internet Bottlenecks
  56. Student Given Detention For Using Firefox [UPDATED]
  57. Wii Shortages Costing Nintendo 'A Billion' In Sales
  58. UK admits losing data of 3 million people
  59. A Law to Spy Back on Government Surveillance Cameras?
  60. U.S. makes deals on Internet gambling
  61. XM says resolves lawsuit with Universal Music
  62. Student Given Detention For Using Firefox
  63. Apple launch of Leopard system its best ever-group
  64. XM says resolves lawsuit with Universal Music
  65. Political Expert Garrett M. Graff Answers Your Questions
  66. UK admits losing data of 3 million people
  67. Faster Chips Are Leaving Programmers in Their Dust
  68. U.S. makes deals on Internet gambling
  69. Xbox 360's Jamming Wireless Signals?
  70. U.S. makes deals on Internet gambling
  71. How Feds are Dropping the Ball on IPv6
  72. Frustrated Saudi youth take a shine to YouTube
  73. Tech Gifts for the Holidays
  74. Frustrated Saudi youth take a shine to YouTube
  75. Telecom Immunity Showdown in the Senate Today
  76. Electricity Over Glass
  77. BBC iPlayer Welcomes Linux (and Macs)
  78. Startrek.com Shutting Down
  79. A Legal Analysis of the Sony BMG Rootkit Debacle
  80. Ribbit unveils Web telephone development platform
  81. Ribbit unveils Web telephone development platform
  82. Yahoo Becomes Apache Platinum Sponsor
  83. Digital business heats up for Latin music
  84. Linux-Based Phone System Phones Home
  85. RIAA Backs Down On "Unlicensed Investigator"
  86. Microsoft and Google Duke It Out For the Future
  87. DoubleClick Goes MIA At FTC Chief's Old Law Firm
  88. Time Warner Wins Ohio-Wide Cable Franchise
  89. Guantanamo Officers Caught Modifying Wikipedia
  90. New music services reach for slice of digital pie
  91. Nintendo and GameStop to guarantee Wiis after holiday
  92. HTML V5 and XHTML V2
  93. Converting Light into Sound
  94. The End of the Corporate Lab
  95. Ye Olde World Charm
  96. Should Wikipedia Allow Mathematical Proofs?
  97. Adobe Opens Up AMF Spec
  98. The Transistor's 60th Birthday
  99. A Little .Mac Security Flaw
  100. Amazon Offers Paid Web Database Service
  101. Computer History Museum's YouTube Channel
  102. More Details Emerge On Domestic Spying Programs
  103. Cisco To Develop Third-Party APIs For IOS
  104. Encryption Passphrase Protected by the 5th Amendment
  105. The Advantages of Upgrading From Vista To XP
  106. World's Smallest Advent Calendar
  107. Beamed Sonic Advertising Is Coming
  108. Encryption Passphrase Protected by the 5th Ammendment
  109. Eat, Drink, and be Monitored
  110. Experience with Fighting Domain Farming
  111. Toward On-Chip Quantum Computing
  112. Beware of "Backspaceware"
  113. What is Bill Gates Learning From Open Source?
  114. Is Shawn Fanning's Snocap melting?
  115. Ohio Study Confirms Voting Systems Vulnerabilities
  116. Auto Mileage Standards Raised to 35 mpg
  117. Follow-up on EVE's Boot.ini Issue
  118. Saturn's Rings Are Ancient
  119. RIAA Protests Oregon AG Discovery Request
  120. Google's OpenSocial Too Late To Be a Win?
  121. Music titles boost video game business in 2007
  122. NYSE Moves to Linux
  123. Riding the Failure Cascade
  124. Giving Avatars Real Bodies
  125. Beyond iPhone, gadgets led year's mobile developments
  126. Intel said to increase chip market lead
  127. New music services reach for slice of digital pie
  128. Mars Rover Technology Used to Make Better Maps
  129. FireWire Spec to Boost Data Speeds to 3.2 Gbps
  130. Light-based Quantum Circuit Does Basic Maths
  131. Nintendo and GameStop to guarantee Wiis after holiday
  132. DOJ Doesn't Like the Idea of A Copyright Czar
  133. Opera Tells EU That Microsoft's IE Hurts the Web
  134. Google's OpenSocial Too Late To Be A Win?
  135. Will The Next Generation of Spacecraft Land In the Water?
  136. Nintendo, GameStop to guarantee Wiis after holiday
  137. The 'Malware Economy' Evolves
  138. Nintendo and Gamestop to guarantee Wiis after holiday
  139. Intel said to increase chip market lead
  140. Wii and "Call of Duty" top monthly sales
  141. Can Blockbuster be Sued Over Facebook/Beacon?
  142. The Future of Love and Sex - Robots
  143. Does Constant Access Shatter the Home/Work Boundary?
  144. Dutch Government Adopts Open Source Software Initiative
  145. 30 Years of LucasFilm Staff Christmas Cards
  146. Google's "Knol" Reinvents Wikipedia
  147. Google'a "Knol" Reinvents Wikipedia
  148. Intel said to increase chip market lead
  149. Lovers turn to text message to say it's over
  150. Hack Turns iPhone Camera Into HD Camcorder
  151. Terry Pratchett Diagnosed with Alzheimer's
  152. Cause of Aurora Borealis Confirmed
  153. KDE 4 Uses 40% Less Memory Than 3 Despite Eye-Candy
  154. Wii, "Call of Duty" top U.S. charts in November
  155. Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon vs. Mac OS X Leopard
  156. How We Might Have Scramjets Sooner than Expected
  157. Google Keeps What Ask.com Erases
  158. Microsoft starts public test of rival to VMware
  159. Recent Human Evolution May Have Been Driven By Self-Selection
  160. Does Active SETI Put Earth in Danger?
  161. TV Industry Using Piracy As A Measure Of Success
  162. Microsoft Re-Brands PlaysForSure
  163. Bamboo PC is eco-friendly and looks nice too
  164. Lonely Canadian shocked to get $85,000 phone bill
  165. Three U.S. lawmakers back XM/Sirius merger
  166. Microsoft starts public test of rival to VMware
  167. Congressman Hollywood Wants To Make DMCA Tougher
  168. Microsoft starts public test of rival to VMware
  169. Why US Wireless Isn't Wide Open
  170. New 3D camera eyes Wii-style gameplay
  171. Microsoft starts test of rival to VMware product
  172. "Assassin's Creed" boosts Ubisoft estimates
  173. Lonely Canadian shocked to get $85,000 phone bill
  174. Toshiba To Launch "Super Charge" Batteries
  175. Scientists Trap Light In Nano-Soup
  176. Bamboo PC is eco-friendly and looks nice, too
  177. The Setup Behind Microsoft.com
  178. New 3D camera eyes Wii-style gameplay
  179. Japan eel wishes you an electric Christmas
  180. Opera Files EU Complaint Against Microsoft
  181. Vista SP1 Release Candidate Available
  182. Movable Type Goes Open Source
  183. MySpace and Sprint land mobile partnership
  184. Japan eel wishes you an electric Christmas
  185. MySpace and Sprint land mobile partnership
  186. A Child's View of the OLPC
  187. Russian computer program fakes chatroom flirting
  188. Group Plans to Bring Martian Sample to Earth
  189. Web browser firm files complaint over Microsoft
  190. Web browser firm files complaint over Microsoft
  191. Small browser firm files complaint over Microsoft
  192. Russian computer program fakes chatroom flirting
  193. Boeing 12,000lb Chemical Laser Set to Fry Targets
  194. Navteq shareholders OK acquisition by Nokia
  195. CDN Forces Reactor Online Against Safety Regulations
  196. Switching Hospital Systems to Linux
  197. New satellite navigation system may save firefighters
  198. Ice Age Beasts Blasted from Space
  199. Army Opens New Office of Videogames
  200. Trade judge rules for Nokia over Qualcomm
  201. New satellite navigation system may save firefighters
  202. Sun Niagara 2 CPU Now Open Source
  203. New satellite navigation system may save firefighters
  204. Intel Demos Software Defined WiFi/WiMAX/DVB-H Chip
  205. EBay says to appeal patent infringement ruling
  206. U.S. trade judge rules for Nokia over Qualcomm
  207. Largest Ever Digital Survey of the Milky Way Released
  208. Online video helps troubled borrowers spot fraud
  209. Best Buy Hands Out Cease & Desist Letters for Christmas
  210. Online video helps troubled borrowers spot fraud
  211. EBay says to appeal patent infringement ruling
  212. Cloned, Glow in the Dark Cats
  213. EBay says to appeal patent infringement ruling
  214. Microsoft buys online mapping company Multimap
  215. CSS Pocket Reference
  216. Desktop Synchrotron to Capture Molecular Action
  217. New satellite navigation system may save firefighters
  218. Navteq shareholders OK acquisition by Nokia
  219. Can Time Slow Down?
  220. Online video helps troubled borrowers spot fraud
  221. Ch-Ch-Chatting With the South Pole's IT Manager
  222. US Government Caught Manipulating Wikipedia
  223. 'w00t' Named 2007 Word of the Year
  224. Microsoft buys online mapping company Multimap
  225. The 5 Users You'd Meet in Hell
  226. UPS Using Software To Eliminate Left Turns
  227. Microsoft buys online mapping company Multimap
  228. 'w00t' Named 2007 Word of the Year
  229. Record Labels Change Minds About Sharing MP3s
  230. Voyager 2 Shows Solar System Is "Dented"
  231. Ford sees rollout of next-generation hybrid battery
  232. FTC Says Payment Processor Took Millions
  233. Microsoft releases Office update ahead of schedule
  234. Microsoft Giving Away Vista Ultimate, With a Catch
  235. China seen top at texting, lndia drives mobile growth
  236. New Zealand man vexed not sexed by text message
  237. Flying Humans
  238. ISP Inserting Content Into Users' Webpages
  239. Ford sees rollout of next-generation hybrid battery
  240. Why Xbox Live Doesn't Take Exact Change
  241. More Antarctic Dinosaurs
  242. AT&T to stop selling DirecTV service
  243. Ohio Plans To Encrypt After Data Breach
  244. Mobile Linux Group Releases First Specification
  245. U.S. lacks plan for digital TV switch: study
  246. AT&T to stop offering DirecTV service
  247. Citizen Science and Grid Computing
  248. The Future of AJAX and the Rich Web
  249. Microsoft releases Office update ahead of schedule
  250. Computer Model Points To the Missing Matter