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  1. Microsoft looks to curb piracy in Vista update
  2. Microsoft looks to curb piracy in Vista update
  3. Spam Trap Claims 10x-100x Accuracy Gain
  4. MPAA Forced To Take Down University Toolkit
  5. Li Ka-shing foundation buys Facebook stake: source
  6. MP3 Format Still Gathering Momentum
  7. Klausner sues Apple iPhone over voicemail
  8. CORRECTED: Klausner sues Apple iPhone over voicemail
  9. FCC Chairman Tries For More Media Consolidation
  10. Security in Ten Years
  11. Klausner sues Apple iPhone over voicemail patent
  12. Peru Orders 260K OLPCs, Mexico to Get 50K
  13. Take-Two CEO: Video game mergers "inevitable"
  14. NJ Blogger Fights for Anonymous Free Speech
  15. Klausner sues Apple iPhone over voicemail patent
  16. Viacom sees distributing 1.3 million "Rock Band" games
  17. Samsung to Produce Faster Graphics Memory
  18. News Corp, LinkedIn not in takeover talks: source
  19. Viacom sees distributing 1.3 million "Rock Band" games
  20. New York police recruits use iPods to study
  21. "Terminator" franchise plans videogame assault
  22. News Corp, LinkedIn not in takeover talks: source
  23. New York police recruits use iPods to study
  24. "Terminator" franchise plans videogame assault
  25. Hockey, Britney top Canadian online searches
  26. Chimps Outscore College Students on Memory Test
  27. "Terminator" franchise plans videogame assault
  28. $999 For a Complete DNA Scan, Worth it?
  29. Dinosaur Fossil Found With Preserved Soft Tissue
  30. Semiconductor sales up 5 percent in October: SIA
  31. Video game consolidation "inevitable": Take Two CEO
  32. A Look at Microsoft's Security War Room
  33. Governments Prepare for Cyber Cold War
  34. The First 100 Dot Coms Ever Registered
  35. Open Source Hardware Gift Guide
  36. Digital developments could be tipping point for MP3
  37. Firefox Security Head Says Microsoft Obscures OS Holes
  38. FCC May Move to Cap Cable Company Size
  39. Japan's robots slug it out to be world champ
  40. Facebook Beacon Privacy Issues Worse Than Previously Thought?
  41. OLPC Lawsuit-Bringer Has Past Fraud Conviction
  42. SixApart Sells LiveJournal to Russian Media Company
  43. Blog site that is popular in Russia is sold
  44. All US Border Crossings Now Require A 'Terrorist Risk Profile'
  45. Helium Leads to Geothermal Energy Resources
  46. Publishers Seek Change in Search Result Content
  47. KDE 4 to Be Released on January 11th
  48. Blizzard and Activision Announce $18.8bn Merger
  49. Questionable Data Mining Concerns IRC Community
  50. DS Games for Pre-readers?
  51. Is Comcast Heading the Way of the Dinosaur?
  52. The Device NASA Is Leaving Behind
  53. Google Pages to be Replaced by JotSpot
  54. MD5 Proven Ineffective for App Signatures
  55. Japan's robots slug it out to be world champ
  56. QR Codes - Internet to Cell Phone via Camera
  57. Digital developments could be tipping point for MP3
  58. Crime Wave Thwarted in Second Life
  59. Adverjournalism - The Role of Ad Dollars in Media
  60. Carnegie Mellon Gets $14.4M to Build Robo-Tank
  61. Bolivian Salt Flats Aid Spacecraft Calibration
  62. Native Windows PE File Loading on OS X?
  63. Google Wants You to Report Malware
  64. Digital developments could be tipping point for MP3
  65. Duke Scientists Map 'Silenced Genes'
  66. Digital developments could be tipping point for MP3
  67. Native Windows PE File Loading on OSX?
  68. Wikipedia to be Licensed Under Creative Commons
  69. iPhone Dev Team to Open Source Free Unlock
  70. Heavily Discounted Zune Outpacing iPod Sales
  71. Firefox 2.0.0.11 Released
  72. AT&T Playing Hardball With Apple?
  73. BBC Creates 'Perl on Rails'
  74. MTV Takes on P2P by Making South Park Free
  75. Coming Soon, Mobile Torrents
  76. On-Call-IT Assists In Government Data Destruction
  77. ATT Playing Hardball with Apple?
  78. Texas Science Director Forced To Resign Over ID Statements
  79. Recipe for a Storm — Forecasting a Hurricane Season
  80. Futurama Returns!
  81. How Best Buy Tried To Whip The Geek Squad Into Shape
  82. Robot Hand Learns How To Learn From Babies
  83. Minor Leak Being Investigated Aboard the ISS
  84. AOL, Netflix and the End of Open Research
  85. Oregon AG Seeks to Investigate RIAA Tactics
  86. Google's Gdrive Raises Instant Privacy Concerns
  87. Government-Sponsored Cyberattacks on the Rise
  88. Spam Lawsuit's Last Laugh is at Hormel's Expense
  89. Google Confirms Intent To Bid for 700MHz Spectrum
  90. Media Research Exec Says Music Industry Is On Its Last Legs
  91. Facebook Retreats on Online Tracking
  92. Is It Time for a 'Kinder, Gentler HTML'?
  93. NZ **** Arrested as 'Spybot Mastermind'
  94. New Way to ID Invisible Intruders on Wireless LANs
  95. How Mainstream Can Code Scavenging Go?
  96. Wearing a Computer at Work
  97. Comcast Continues to Block Peer to Peer Traffic
  98. Futurama Returns!
  99. How Best Buy Tried To Whip The Geek Squad Into Shape
  100. Robot Hand Learns How To Learn From Babies
  101. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  102. Minor Leak Being Investigated Aboard the ISS
  103. AOL, Netflix and the End of Open Research
  104. Many gene tests a waste of money: experts
  105. Oregon AG Seeks to Investigate RIAA Tactics
  106. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  107. Google's Gdrive Raises Instant Privacy Concerns
  108. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  109. Mobile phone death a ruse
  110. Government-Sponsored Cyberattacks on the Rise
  111. U.S. slump casts pall over media, entertainment
  112. Spam Lawsuit's Last Laugh is at Hormel's Expense
  113. Media Research Exec Says Music Industry Is On Its Last Legs
  114. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  115. Facebook Retreats on Online Tracking
  116. U.S. slump casts pall over media, entertainment
  117. Justice Dept to rule on XM/Sirius deal soon: analyst
  118. Google Confirms Intent To Bid for 700MHz Spectrum
  119. Is It Time for a 'Kinder, Gentler HTML'?
  120. NZ police question ****ager over global cyber crime
  121. Media CEOs are Facebook and BlackBerry users
  122. Justice Dept to rule on XM/Sirius deal soon: analyst
  123. NZ **** Arrested as 'Spybot Mastermind'
  124. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  125. Mobile phone death a ruse
  126. Google to bid for U.S. mobile airwaves
  127. Mobile phone death a ruse
  128. Media CEOs are Facebook, BlackBerry users
  129. New Way to ID Invisible Intruders on Wireless LANs
  130. Game Journalist May Have Been Fired Over Negative Review
  131. Egyptian Blogger Silenced by YouTube, Yahoo!
  132. Google to bid on mobile airwaves: report
  133. PS3 tops Wii in Japan for first time
  134. Mobile phone death a ruse
  135. Facebook alters notifications after privacy furor
  136. Sony to sell auto programs to PS3 users via Web
  137. Swiss DMCA Quietly Adopted
  138. Vista Branding Confusing Even To Microsoft
  139. Sony PS3 tops Nintendo Wii in Japan for first time
  140. Google ready to bid on mobile airwaves: report
  141. Scientists Create Zombie Cockroaches
  142. Sony PS3 tops Nintendo Wii in Japan for first time
  143. DJB Releases All Source to Public Domain
  144. Google ready to bid on mobile airwaves: report
  145. Sony PS3 beats Nintendo Wii in Japan monthly sales
  146. New Nerve Gas Antidotes
  147. Sony PS3 outsells Nintendo Wii in Japan in November
  148. Leopard as the New Vista?
  149. Media CEOs are Facebook, BlackBerry users
  150. Sony to sell auto programs to PS3 users via Web
  151. Carnegie Mellon's Digital Library Exceeds 1.5 Million Books
  152. Media CEOs are Facebook, BlackBerry users
  153. EA chief sees fewer big industry mergers
  154. Mobile phone death a ruse, South Korea police say
  155. Media CEOs are Facebook, BlackBerry users
  156. IBM Sues Company Selling Fake, Flammable Batteries
  157. Number of Cellphones Now Equal To Half the Human Species
  158. NASA Requires JPL Scientists To Give Up Right To Privacy
  159. Are Spammers Giving Up?
  160. "Rock Band" game sold "hundreds of thousands": EA
  161. Video game industry has turned corner: EA
  162. Court Orders White House to Disclose Telecom Ties
  163. Wi-Fi reaches out to gadgets
  164. FBI's Bot Roast II Sees Great Success
  165. Mobile phone may have killed quarry worker
  166. Google Conducts Trial on User-Voted Search Results
  167. Wi-Fi reaches out to gadgets
  168. EA chief sees fewer big industry mergers
  169. Your Ex-CoWorkers Will Kill Facebook
  170. Yahoo, Adobe To Serve Ads In PDFs
  171. HP said to extend PC lead over Dell
  172. Verizon Wireless plans LTE broadband network
  173. Quality Open Source Calendaring / Scheduling?
  174. Global cell phone use at 50 percent
  175. More MS, Less Talent In Open Source's Future
  176. Why You Can't Find a Wii for Christmas
  177. World faces "cyber cold war" threat
  178. Alternative media sees silver lining from strike
  179. "SatLav" offers relief for Londoners
  180. EFF Releases Software to Spot Net NonNeutrality
  181. Alternative media sees silver lining from strike
  182. Canada's New DMCA Considered Worst Copyright Law
  183. "SatLav" offers relief for Londoners
  184. New Results From Venus Express
  185. EMI May Cut Funding To RIAA, IFPI
  186. "Metal Gear Solid 4" last of the great exclusives?
  187. Mobile phone may have killed quarry worker
  188. Amazon launches Askville.com
  189. EU haggles over satellite navigation project
  190. "Metal Gear Solid 4" last of the great exclusives?
  191. Amazon launches Askville.com
  192. Verizon Wireless plans LTE broadband network
  193. DVB-H to be EU mobile TV standard
  194. Google Purges Thousands of Malware Sites
  195. The Secret to Raising Smart Kids
  196. Canada Opens Wireless Industry To Competition
  197. World faces "cyber cold war" threat
  198. AMD sees chip market remaining competitive
  199. "SatLav" offers relief for Londoners
  200. World faces "cyber cold war" threat: report
  201. Nokia-led DVB-H to be EU mobile TV standard
  202. Mobile phone may have killed Korean quarry worker
  203. Play ping-pong or feed the baby at Tokyo robot fair
  204. World faces "cyber cold war" threat: report
  205. "Metal Gear Solid 4" last of the great exclusives?
  206. EU governments agree to open GSM radio spectrum
  207. Play ping-pong or feed the baby at Tokyo robot fair
  208. World faces "cyber cold war" threat: report
  209. Sanyo, Nippon Oil seek cost cuts via fuel cell joint venture
  210. Play ping-pong or feed the baby at Tokyo robot fair
  211. AMD sees chip market pricing remaining competitive
  212. Western Union in mobile money transfer pact
  213. Canada Opens Wireless Industry to Competition
  214. Mobile phone may have killed Korean quarry worker
  215. Mobile phone may have killed Korean quarry worker
  216. Sony, others to set up JV to promote FeliCa cards
  217. Adobe and Yahoo test running ads inside PDF documents
  218. How Tech Almost Lost the War
  219. Adobe and Yahoo test running ads inside PDF documents
  220. States Claim There is No Match for Microsoft
  221. USAF Launch Supersonic Bomb Firing Technology
  222. "Cyber Monday" sales rise, more spikes expected
  223. Google Maps GPS Simulator
  224. Violent Games 'Almost' As Dangerous as Smoking
  225. Discovery to make animal-themed games
  226. U.S. soccer league in wireless talks
  227. MTV says "Rock Band" is flying off shelves
  228. New Type of Fatigue Discovered in Silicon
  229. First Details of Manned Mars Mission From NASA
  230. "Cyber Monday" sales rise, more spikes expected
  231. Student Maps Brain to Image Search
  232. The PHP Anthology 2nd Edition
  233. U.S. soccer league in wireless talks
  234. How to Deal With Stolen Code?
  235. Discovery to make nature-themed video games
  236. TV, film and game violence seen as a threat
  237. Asus Corrects Eee PC Source Code Issue
  238. TV, film, game violence threatens public health: study
  239. Pay-by-mobile phone trial starts in London
  240. Database Sensei Brian 'Krow' Aker Answers Your Questions
  241. Vodafone, Telefonica bank on mobile ads
  242. Nintendo and NTT to promote Wii Web access
  243. Google "My Location" to ease mobile map use
  244. Discovery to make nature-themed video games
  245. Pay-by-mobile phone trial starts in London
  246. Apple's iPhone goes on sale in France
  247. Voyager 2 Set to Reach Termination Shock
  248. Exploding Cell Phone Battery Kills
  249. Google Summer of Code Extends to Highschoolers
  250. U.S. House Says the Internet is Terrorist Threat