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  1. The Home Library Problem Solved
  2. Top Ten Scientific Discoveries of 2007
  3. Will Privacy Sell?
  4. Iran Builds Supercomputer From Banned AMD Parts
  5. KDE and KOffice Rebuke OOXML, GNOME Dithers
  6. Online Sex Offender Database Leads To Murder?
  7. Ogg Vorbis / Theora Language Removed From HTML5 Spec
  8. Mars Rover Investigates Possibility of Ancient Microbial Life
  9. Sony says U.S. electronics unaffected by economy
  10. Fark Seeks to Trademark NSFW
  11. Ask.com allows users to erase search queries
  12. Playing With Atomic Clocks At Home
  13. Humans Evolving 100 Times Faster Than Ever
  14. RIAA Argues That MP3s From CDs Are Unauthorized
  15. Dave Matthews Band and Van Halen join ringtone rush
  16. UK Wants Huge Expansion In Offshore Wind Power
  17. FCC Requires Backup Power For 210K Cell Towers
  18. Canadian DMCA Bill Withdrawn
  19. Weird Science Offered As University Class
  20. Dave Matthews Band and Van Halen join ringtone rush
  21. Dutch ODF Plan Could Sideline Microsoft
  22. NASA Snaps Mysterious "Night-Shining" Clouds
  23. Yahoo! Answers, A Librarian's Worst Nightmare
  24. Will ISP Web Content Filtering Continue To Grow?
  25. Dave Matthews Band and Van Halen join ringtone rush
  26. Will ISP Web Content Filtering Continue to Grow?
  27. The 305 RAMAC — First Commercial Hard Drive
  28. Hacking VIM
  29. AT&T to buy Cisco core routers for network upgrade
  30. New Wheel of Time Author Chosen
  31. Kidney Cells Make Implantable Power Source
  32. Robots That Bounce on Water
  33. Copy That Floppy, Lose Your Computer
  34. Ask an Expert About Online Political Campaigning
  35. Copy That Floppy, Lose Your Computer
  36. Microsoft to provide advertising for CNBC Web site
  37. Microsoft to provide advertising for CNBC Web site
  38. SenseCam Aids Patients with Memory Problems
  39. Microsoft Disses Windows to Sell More Windows
  40. 2008, The Year of the Spaceship
  41. AT&T to buy core routers from Cisco
  42. Are You Proud of Your Code?
  43. Korea's Samsung stirs controversy over corruption claims
  44. AT&T to buy core routers from Cisco
  45. Linux To Take Over The Low-End PC Market?
  46. Toshiba to make solid-state drives in push for flash
  47. Reflecting on the 20th Anniversary of NSFnet, Internet Origins
  48. Corporations Face Problems with Employee Emails
  49. Former Anti-Nuclear Activist Does A 180
  50. Electric Cars to Help Utilities Load Balance Grid
  51. Former Anti-Nuclear Activitist Does A 180
  52. Toshiba to make solid-state drives in push for flash
  53. What's New in Blade Runner - The Final Cut?
  54. Leaked MediaDefender Emails Show Student P2P Traffic Down
  55. Nokia Claims Ogg Format is "Proprietary"
  56. Dvorak Slams OLPC As 'Naive Fiasco'
  57. Picture-Sorting Dogs Show Human-Like Thought
  58. Video Surveillance Identifies Threat Patterns
  59. Brawndo, It's Got Electrolytes. It's What Plants Crave
  60. Russian Chatbot Passes Turing Test (Sort of)
  61. Where are Wii?
  62. New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  63. Study Finds Film Enjoyment Is Contagious
  64. New Seagate Drives Have Real Difficulties With Linux
  65. Making a Buck Online - Without Ads
  66. Bar Codes Keep Surgical Objects Outside Patients
  67. Rock band's lawsuit takes aim at videogame
  68. New Wave Power Research Rising Off Oregon Coast
  69. MySpace gears up for more music with Transmissions
  70. Amazon Gift Ordering Patent Revoked In EU
  71. CompUSA To Close All Stores
  72. Mozilla Inks Deal With Chinese Search Giant
  73. Nanorobots for Drug Delivery?
  74. The Role of Retroviruses in Human Evolution
  75. Amazon Gift Ordering Patent Revoked in EU
  76. Fighting Spam Through Regulation and Economics
  77. Using Wireless Signals in Games
  78. Ruby on Rails 2.0 is Done
  79. Gene Found to Explain Repeated Mistakes
  80. Adaptive Thirty Meter Telescope Sees Progress
  81. Open Source 'Sage' Takes Aim at High End Math Software
  82. NYT Editorial Slams ISPs Over Online Freedom
  83. CompUSA to Close All Stores
  84. Nanotube-Excreting Bacteria Allow Mass Production
  85. Jimmy Wales Says Students 'Should Use' Wikipedia
  86. Firefly Lives - New Comics in 2008
  87. Graph Shows Fraud in Russian Elections
  88. Canadian DMCA Won't Include Consumer Rights
  89. Facebook Removes Firewall from Applications
  90. US Military 'Hacked' by Emails
  91. IT Pro Admits Stealing 8.4M Consumer Records
  92. Macrovision to buy Gemstar-TV
  93. Verizon Being Sued for GPL Infringement
  94. Macrovision to buy Gemstar-TV
  95. Tech executives upbeat despite slower U.S. economy
  96. Gates Expresses Surprise Over IE8 Secrecy
  97. Narrowing the Space Flight Gap
  98. Pleo Review - A Toy Robot Triumph?
  99. Macrovision to buy Gemstar-TV
  100. Commodore 64 Still Beloved After All These Years
  101. Toyota aims to put robots to use early next decade
  102. New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  103. Why Google Doesn't Need to Win the Bid to Win in January
  104. U.S. court lets stand Verizon deregulation
  105. CORRECTED: New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  106. Macrovision to buy Gemstar-TV Guide
  107. Court lets FCC Verizon broadband action stand
  108. AT&T Wireless Network Is Open Too
  109. Lawmaker pulls Nazi symbol charges against Wikipedia
  110. Court lets FCC Verizon broadband action stand
  111. State of the Onion 11
  112. Macrovision to buy Gemstar for $2.8 bln, shares fall
  113. Court lets FCC Verizon action stand
  114. The Register Exposes More Wikipedia Abuse
  115. Group Hopes to Rename Street After Douglas Adams
  116. Court lets FCC Verizon broadband action stand
  117. The Cult of Kindle
  118. Toyota aims to put robots to use early next decade
  119. Saturn's Moons Built From Ring Material
  120. New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  121. Airlines to Offer In-Flight Internet Service
  122. Congress Creates Copyright Cops
  123. Private Company First to Take on Lunar X Challenge
  124. Group Hopes to Rename Street After Douglas Adams.
  125. Nielsen To Offer Web Copyright Protection System
  126. Unusual Data Disaster Horror Stories
  127. Toyota Unveils Violin-Playing Robot
  128. Physical therapists prescribe Wii time
  129. IBM files patent complaint vs Taiwan's Asustek
  130. Toyota Unveils Violin Playing Robot
  131. Western Digital Service Restricts Use of Network Drives
  132. Physical therapists prescribe Wii time
  133. JetBlue, Yahoo, Rim plan free in-flight Wi-Fi
  134. Ron Paul Spam Traced to Reactor Botnet
  135. New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  136. Apple iPhone winning corporate fans despite flaws
  137. Promise of OOXML Oversight By ISO Falls Through
  138. New Apple store highlights "geniuses," services
  139. Western Digital Restricts Use of Network Drives
  140. Western Digital Cripples Network Drives
  141. Crowdsourcing Software Development to the Masses
  142. Microsoft Wants OLPC System to Run Windows XP
  143. Balancing Robot Can Take a Kicking
  144. Universities bring video games into classrooms
  145. Politician files Wikipedia charge over Nazi symbols
  146. Brain Changes When Viewing Violent Media
  147. JetBlue, Yahoo, Rim plan free in-flight Wi-Fi
  148. IBM files patent complaint vs Taiwan's Asustek
  149. MPAA Boss Makes Case for ISP Content Filtering
  150. Politician files Wikipedia charge over Nazi symbols
  151. Dell to sell PCs at Best Buy
  152. YouTube Breeding Harmful Scientific Misinformation
  153. Universities bring video games into classrooms
  154. IBM says breakthrough heralds supercomputer on chip
  155. EU executive stays above online music rights fray
  156. Blast-Proof Fabric Resists Multiple Explosions
  157. Universities bring video games into classrooms
  158. O2 hopes to nab iPhone clients from rivals
  159. IBM files patent complaint against Taiwan's Asustek
  160. Postal Service Surcharge Could Slash Netflix Profit
  161. Most In US Have False Sense of Online Security
  162. Physical therapists prescribe Wii time
  163. Lenovo Announces ThinkPads Preloaded With XP
  164. IBM files patent complaint against Taiwan's Asustek
  165. Non-Competes As the DRM of Human Capital
  166. IBM says breakthrough speeds supercomputer on chip
  167. House Bill Could Criminalize Free Wi-Fi Operators
  168. EVE-Online Patch Makes XP Unbootable
  169. Global tech spending growth to slow in 2008: IDC
  170. California Testers Find Flaws In Voting Machines
  171. Toyota aims to put robots to use early next decade
  172. Toyota aims to put robots to use early next decade
  173. Unmanned Aircraft Will Test Air Traffic Control
  174. TomTom and Google team up on business information
  175. Seiko Epson halts rear-projection TV sales
  176. CORRECTED: Seiko Epson halts rear-projection TV sales
  177. Ham Radio Operators Are Heroes In Oregon
  178. Facebook Caves To Privacy Protests Over Beacon
  179. Chinese Moon Photo Doctored, Crater Moved
  180. High Earning Spammers Face Tougher Sentences
  181. The Arctic Doomsday Seed Vault
  182. Users and Web Developers Vent Over IE7
  183. What If Yoda Ran IBM?
  184. Facebook Caves to Privacy Protests Over Beacon
  185. Google founder set to wed on Branson isle: source
  186. Chinese Moon Photo Doctored, Craters Moved
  187. Microsoft Wants To Give You A Rorschach
  188. Orange says sold 30,000 iPhones so far in France
  189. NEC Develops World's Fastest MRAM
  190. Level Design For Games
  191. Sun Offers Reward Program to Boost Open Source Effort
  192. Space Shifting DVDs to Cost Extra?
  193. Did SCO Get Linux-mob Justice?
  194. Old Software or Open Source?
  195. Comcast sees customer loss in 2008
  196. How To Beat Congress's Ban Of Humans On Mars
  197. Google unveils application for iPhone
  198. Dell's World of Warcraft Laptop
  199. Microsoft Fueling HD Wars For Own Benefit?
  200. TomTom and Google team up on business information
  201. Academic Games Are No Fun
  202. Weigh In On the OOXML Issue During Live Debate
  203. Privacy Breach In Canadian Passport Application Site
  204. Orange says sold 30,000 iPhones so far in France
  205. Major Breakthrough In Spintronics Research
  206. German Court Rules iPhone Locking Legal
  207. PDF Is Now ISO 32000
  208. British Village Requests Removal From GPS Maps
  209. For college students, if it's Facebook, it's love
  210. iPhone tops list of 2007 Google searches
  211. For college students, if it's Facebook, it's love
  212. For college students, if it's Facebook, it's love
  213. Erratum Plagues Quad-Core Opterons, Phenoms
  214. Final Repair Mission To Extend Hubble's Life
  215. SAP unveils Google-inspired software, iPhone program
  216. Freakonomics Q&A With Bruce Schneier
  217. DoJ Sides With RIAA On Damages
  218. Google looks to ad partners beyond DoubleClick deal
  219. Microfluidic Chips Made With Shrinky Dinks
  220. SAP CEO says hasn't talked with Microsoft on sale
  221. $360M Patent Suit Over iPhone Voicemail
  222. An Acerbic Look At the Future of Reading
  223. IBM purchase of Cognos gets U.S. antitrust approval
  224. AT&T To Decommission Pay Phones
  225. Nokia's unlimited music offer turns market on head
  226. SAP unveils its first software for iPhone
  227. IBM purchase of Cognos gets U.S. antitrust approval
  228. U.S. approves AT&T buy of ad technology firm Ingenio
  229. Verizon Embraces Google's Android
  230. Al Qaeda-linked Web sites number 5,600: researcher
  231. BBC Rules That Wi-Fi Radiation Findings Were Wrong
  232. Al Qaeda-linked Web sites number 5,600: researcher
  233. Alabama Schools to be First in US to Get XO Laptop
  234. The $10 Billion Poker Game Begins
  235. Saints on cellphones spark controversy in Italy
  236. Turkmen leader bars "ugly" satellite dishes
  237. SAP shows sales software with Web 2.0 interface
  238. Diffing Guantanamo Bay SOP Manuals
  239. Microsoft Withdraws Vista's Kill Switch
  240. Nokia in free music pact with Universal
  241. Saints on cellphones spark controversy in Italy
  242. T-Mobile can sell iPhone with contract: German court
  243. Fujitsu and Taiwan NGO to set up WiMAX software JV
  244. LimeWire Antitrust Claims Against RIAA Dismissed
  245. Large Tech Companies Moving Beyond the Cubicle
  246. Wireless Keyboard "Encryption" Cracked
  247. Secret Mailing List Rocks Wikipedia
  248. China defends space program as peaceful
  249. OOXML's 662 Resolutions
  250. "Terminator" franchise plans videogame assault