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  1. Sloshing Cellphones Reveal Their Contents
  2. Cellular phone companies bank on mobile ads
  3. Pay-by-mobile phone trial starts in London
  4. Presidential Candidates and Online Privacy
  5. Stressed Aussie shoppers opt for online Christmas
  6. France Telecom sees iPhone in demand for 2008
  7. Nintendo and NTT to promote Wii Web access
  8. Keep your shoes on: T-rays can see right through
  9. Google Goes Green
  10. Nokia to shed light on Internet push
  11. Nintendo, NTT join hands to promote Wii Web access
  12. PlayStation 2 Game ICO Violates the GPL
  13. Nintendo and NTT join hands to promote Wii Web access
  14. Sanyo and Aeon link up to develop home electronics
  15. Samsung Elec sees PC chip recovery, strong phone sales
  16. Intel still top chipmaker in '07, AMD drops: iSuppli
  17. HP Skin Patch May Replace Needles
  18. Stressed Aussie shoppers opt for online Christmas
  19. ****s take bullying to the Internet, study finds
  20. Keep your shoes on: T-rays can see right through
  21. Pluck hooking up media outlets with social networks
  22. ****s take bullying to the Internet, study finds
  23. Pluck hooking up media outlets with social networks
  24. Asustek ups Eee PC sales f'cast by two-thirds
  25. ****s take bullying to the Internet, study finds
  26. Nigerian Company Sues OLPC
  27. Flexible Optic Fiber Promises Cheaper Last Mile
  28. Google aims for renewable energy priced below coal
  29. Activision CEO sees $199 game consoles
  30. Activision CEO sees $199 game consoles
  31. FCC Delays Vote On Cable TV Regulation
  32. Verizon Wireless opens network, in win for Google
  33. Google aims for renewable energy priced below coal
  34. Colleges Outsourcing Email To MS Live, Google
  35. Google Gives Up IP of Anonymous Blogger
  36. Google aims for renewable energy priced below coal
  37. Stay Lifted, Novell Vs. SCO Can Go Forward
  38. Judge Backs Amazon, Raps Feds Over Book Records
  39. Verizon Wireless To Open Network
  40. Keep your shoes on: T-rays can see right through
  41. Blockbuster in handset maker talks
  42. RIAA Must Divulge Expenses-Per-Download
  43. Radiation Not As Hazardous As Once Believed
  44. Apple 10.4.11 Update Can Brick Macs With Boot Camp
  45. Vista Makes CNET UK's List of "Worst Consumer Tech"
  46. Sony's Flash-Based Notebook Reviewed
  47. Wearable Motion Capture
  48. Football Field-Sized Kite Powers Latest Freighter
  49. Flawed Online Dating Bill Being Pushed in New Jersey
  50. New Super Scanner Can Scan Body in Under a Minute
  51. New Neutron Scatter Camera to Detect Smuggled Nukes
  52. Everyday Copyright Violations
  53. Discovery Channel's Games Documentary Impresses
  54. How the BSA Squeezes the Little Guys
  55. David X. Cohen of Futurama Talks About the Movie
  56. China's First Lunar Satellite Sends Back Pictures
  57. Sliding Rocks Bemuse Scientists
  58. Verizon Wireless opens network
  59. Sprint to offer NFL coverage on cell phones
  60. 8.3 million Americans victims of ID theft
  61. New dimension added to online shopping
  62. Firefox Susceptible To QuickTime Security Flaw
  63. French riots: blog reveals life of crash victim
  64. VZW To Open Network To "Any Apps, Any Device"
  65. Verizon Wireless opens network in win for Google
  66. Dell to offer Google search devices to businesses
  67. Japanese robot gets more life-like
  68. Hands-On With The Kindle
  69. Store adds new dimension to online shopping
  70. NBC Universal to offer interactive ads via TiVo
  71. French riots: blog reveals life of crash victim
  72. Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD in Europe
  73. Store adds new dimension to online shopping
  74. Gene Study Supports Single Bering Strait Migration
  75. Rebate opens up German iPhone market
  76. Blockbuster in handset maker talks
  77. A Discussion of SCO's Fate With Groklaw's Pamela Jones
  78. Verizon Wireless promises openness to any software
  79. Sprint to offer NFL coverage on cell phones
  80. Java 6 Available on OSX Thanks to Port of OpenJDK
  81. Jack Thompson Facing Disbarment Trial
  82. NBC Universal to offer interactive ads via TiVo
  83. The User Experiences Of The Future
  84. The Biggest Roadblocks To Information Technology Development
  85. Anonymity of Netflix Prize Dataset Broken
  86. Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD format in Europe
  87. NBC to offer interactive ads via TiVo
  88. Activision ups outlook as "Guitar Hero" rocks on
  89. Woman seeking baby info breaks child **** ring
  90. Google Plans Service to Store Users' Data Online
  91. Japanese robot gets more life-like
  92. Toshiba and NEC to team up on 32-nm chips
  93. Disabled could think their way around Second Life
  94. MediaNews uses Topix for online newspaper comments
  95. Maglev On the Drawing Boards
  96. Europeans switching to mobile phones, study shows
  97. Disabled could think their way around Second Life
  98. Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD format in Europe
  99. Microsoft to hire 1,000 engineers in China
  100. Nokia appeals in German patent case vs Qualcomm
  101. UK broadcasters to launch joint on-demand service
  102. France Leading Charge Against OOXML
  103. Dell picks Carrefour for PC sales in France and Spain
  104. Disabled could think their way around Second Life
  105. Google plans service to store users' data: report
  106. UK broadcasters to launch joint on-demand service
  107. Disabled could think their way around Second Life
  108. UK broadcasters to launch joint on-demand service
  109. Virgin Comics gets new Perspective on multimedia
  110. Toshiba, NEC Electronics to team up on 32-nm chips
  111. Rare Soviet Retro-Future Space Art
  112. NBC in pact to use TiVo's viewership data: report
  113. Disabled could think their way around Second Life
  114. NBC in pact to use TiVo's TV viewership data: report
  115. RIAA Must Divulge Expenses-Per-Download
  116. Good Christmas sales ahead for cellphones: Gartner
  117. Radiation Not As Hazardous As Once Believed
  118. Apple 10.4.11 Update Can Brick Macs With Boot Camp
  119. Take-Two plans for growth, not sale
  120. Vista Makes CNET UK's List of "Worst Consumer Tech"
  121. Retailers go from in-store to online holiday push
  122. Sony's Flash-Based Notebook Reviewed
  123. Take-Two plans for growth, not sale
  124. Wearable Motion Capture
  125. Take-Two plans for growth, not sale
  126. Football Field-Sized Kite Powers Latest Freighter
  127. Take-Two plans for growth, not sale
  128. MySpace plans Facebook-style news feeds
  129. Web site ranks stupid holiday gifts
  130. Take-Two plans for growth
  131. Flawed Online Dating Bill Being Pushed in New Jersey
  132. CORRECTED: Take-Two plans for growth
  133. New Super Scanner Can Scan Body in Under a Minute
  134. Web site ranks stupid holiday gifts
  135. XM sees radio sales defying auto slump
  136. MySpace plans Facebook-style news feeds
  137. XM sees radio sales defying auto slump
  138. New Neutron Scatter Camera to Detect Smuggled Nukes
  139. Everyday Copyright Violations
  140. Retailers go from in-store to online holiday push
  141. TAG Heuer to launch mobile phone
  142. Economic woes loom large for some media in 2008
  143. Toyota simulator aims to eliminate traffic deaths
  144. Discovery Channel's Games Documentary Impresses
  145. XM expects Q4 retail subscriber growth
  146. How the BSA Squeezes the Little Guys
  147. Subway announcer fired over spoof messages
  148. David X. Cohen of Futurama Talks About the Movie
  149. China's First Lunar Satellite Sends Back Pictures
  150. Nano Safety Worries Scientists More Than Public
  151. Retailers go from in-store to online holiday push
  152. Economic woes loom large for some media in 2008
  153. Subway announcer fired over spoof messages
  154. Microsoft Plans Data Center in Siberia
  155. Astronauts Hook Up Harmony in Lengthy Spacewalk
  156. Economic woes loom large for some media in 2008
  157. How to Turn Your PC into a Mac
  158. Mission for James Bond's Q: seek venture capital
  159. Mission for James Bond's Q: seek venture capital
  160. Walmart.com offering holiday deals all week
  161. More Evidence That XP is Vista's Main Competitor
  162. Sony sells 1 million new PSPs in Japan
  163. GE says CT scan has clearer images, cuts radiation
  164. Qualcomm vs Nokia patent case starts in Britain
  165. IBM Files DVD Spam Patent Application
  166. Torvalds on Where Linux is Headed in 2008
  167. BSA Software Piracy Fight Smacks of RIAA Crackdown
  168. Toyota simulator aims to eliminate traffic deaths
  169. Portable Nuclear Battery in the Development Stages
  170. Facebook Users Complain of New Ad-Based Tracking
  171. Web Traffic Snarls Sites on Black Friday
  172. The Cultures of Texting In Europe and America
  173. Mission for James Bond's Q: seek venture capital
  174. MTV's "Rock Band" takes on "Guitar Hero"
  175. Game Boy Zelda Comes With Source, Sort Of
  176. Astronauts Hooks Up Harmony in Lengthy Spacewalk
  177. RIAA Afraid of Harvard
  178. Facebook Users Complain of New Ad Based Tracking
  179. What If Gmail Had Been Designed by Microsoft?
  180. Stalwarts Claim Asus eeePC Violates GPL
  181. A Review of the $200 Wal-Mart Linux PC
  182. Sky's Botched Google Migration In the UK
  183. Creationists Violating Copyright
  184. Thailand Bans **** Info On the Net
  185. UN Says Tasers Are a Form of Torture
  186. iPhone Signal Strength Problems In the UK
  187. iPhone Signal Strength Problems in the UK
  188. New Software Could Warn Sailors of Rogue Waves
  189. Intel, Microsoft Despised the XO Laptop
  190. Mapping the Brain's Neural Network
  191. Houston Police Test Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft
  192. Astronauts finish station work for European lab
  193. Liquid Crystal Phases of DNA, Beginning of Life?
  194. Amazon Patents Bad Service For Bad Customers
  195. Russian Police Seize Kasparov
  196. Online Nicknames Google better than Real?
  197. Technology Leveling The Playing Field In Modern War
  198. The Gap Between Stats and Understanding In Flu Cases
  199. Interconnecting Wind Farms To Smooth Power Production
  200. Methane-Eating Bacteria Could Combat Global Warming
  201. Interactive Web videos clicking with bands
  202. Robot Planes and Helicopters Taught Aerobatics
  203. Protecting IM From Big Brother
  204. Why Microsoft's Zune is Still Failing
  205. EU agrees public funding for satellite project
  206. EU states clinch deal on funding navigation system
  207. The Universe Damaged By Observation?
  208. Feds Have Access To Cellphone Tracking On Request
  209. When Did Star Wars Jump the Shark?
  210. Judge keeps Qualcomm vs. Broadcom verdict
  211. How PALS Help Secure Nuclear Weapons
  212. Researchers Sour on Vista Service Pack 1 Performance
  213. Broadcom says judge affirms Qualcomm verdict
  214. Why the BBC's iPlayer is a Multi-Million Pound Disaster
  215. Broadcom says judge affirms Qualcomm verdict
  216. MPAA College Toolkit Raises Privacy, Security Concerns
  217. Expert Unveils 'Scary' VoIP Hack
  218. Finnish town has culture on the go with mobiles
  219. Broadcom says judge affirms Qualcomm verdict
  220. Illegal Downloaders to be Blocked By French Government?
  221. The 110 Million Dollar Button
  222. Western Digital Touts New 'Green' Drives
  223. Web deals woo shoppers from Thanksgiving table
  224. Yo! Singapore censor rap hits YouTube
  225. Benefon networking application on Nokia devices
  226. China online users more likely to be Web "addicts"
  227. Web deals woo shoppers from Thanksgiving table
  228. Yo! Singapore censor rap hits YouTube
  229. Skype Encryption Stumps German Police
  230. Yo! Singapore censor rap hits YouTube
  231. Mark Cuban Calls on ISPs to Block P2P
  232. Russia's New Cosmodome Approved
  233. Apple, Burst Reach Settlement
  234. Guitar Hero Maker Sued - Cover Song Too Awesome
  235. Earth's Moon is a Rarity
  236. Microsoft Faces Fight Against Online Office Rival
  237. How Do You Find New Non-RIAA Music?
  238. Linux Foundation's Desktop Linux Survey Results
  239. Ecuador wants cell phones for the poor
  240. Amazon Sneaks One-Click Past the Patent System
  241. New ATC System To Rely On AT&T Cell Towers
  242. Web deals woo shoppers from Thanksgiving table
  243. Hollywood giants sue Chinese Internet site: report
  244. Skype encryption stumps German police
  245. Copyright Alliance Presses Presidential Candidates
  246. Web deals woo shoppers from Thanksgiving table
  247. Internet telephone encryption stumps police
  248. Web deals woo shoppers from Thanksgiving table
  249. Hollywood giants sue Chinese Web site: report
  250. Microsoft Admits XP Has Same Bug As Win2K