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  1. Google's search share jumps
  2. Samsung to invest $2.2 billion on LCD expansion
  3. UK Music Retailers Beg, Drop the DRM
  4. Turkey Day Chemistry in the Kitchen
  5. Google U.S. Web search share jumps
  6. Samsung to invest $2.2 billion on LCD expansion
  7. Panel urges FCC to cap rural phone subsidies
  8. Ecma Receives 3,522 Comments on Open XML Standards
  9. Floating Computers Keep an Eye on the Oceans
  10. Intel Considering Portable Data Centers
  11. Amazon's Kindle Sells Out In 5.5 Hours
  12. Spying On Tor
  13. Why Do Games Still Have Levels?
  14. Qualcomm wins a round in patent battles with Nokia
  15. What to Protect in Open Source Software
  16. Ask MST3k Creator Joel Hodgson
  17. Web offers myriad choices for holiday cards
  18. Head First SQL
  19. NASA Goes Bargain Basement With New Satellite
  20. 6 Major Pre-Production Electric Vehicles Compared
  21. Arecibo Observatory Loses Funding
  22. U.N. aid agency seeks YouTube ads
  23. T-Mobile says to sell iPhone without contract
  24. KDE 4.0 RC 1 Released
  25. "Rock Band" takes on "Guitar Hero"
  26. U.N. aid agency seeks YouTube ads
  27. Spying on Tor
  28. Must Nintendo Make a Mobile Phone?
  29. Best Home Network NAS
  30. "Rock Band" takes on "Guitar Hero"
  31. Man Sized Sea Scorpion Fossil Found
  32. "Rock Band" takes on "Guitar Hero"
  33. Israel launches anti-hijack pilot ID system
  34. Strong HP results raises bar for Dell
  35. Militants seen educated in cyber training camps
  36. MTV's new music game set to rock music industry
  37. Comparing Memory Usage of Firefox 2 vs 3
  38. Militants seen educated in cyber training camps
  39. DNS Server Survey Reveals Mixed Security Picture
  40. T-Mobile says to sell iPhone without contract
  41. Militants educated in cyber training camps: experts
  42. T-Mobile says to sell iPhone without contract
  43. Israel launches anti-hijack pilot ID system
  44. Technology Innovation Areas For 2025
  45. California Sues E-Voting Vendor ES&S
  46. Dan Geer On Trusting PCs In Botnets
  47. Taiwan's PVI in talks to buy Hydis LCD plant: report
  48. Google Crowdsources Map Editing
  49. MTV's new music game set to rock music industry
  50. The Evolving Face of Credit Card Scams
  51. MTV's new music game set to rock music industry
  52. The Pirate Bay Facing "Old Fashioned" Pressure
  53. Maryland To Tax Custom Programming and Computer Services
  54. Stem-Cell-Like Cells Produced From Skin
  55. T-Mobile to respond to iPhone link suspension
  56. GameStop's disappointing outlook sinks shares
  57. Higher sales drive Ubisoft to first-half profit
  58. Using Google To Crack MD5 Passwords
  59. The Happiest Days of Our Lives
  60. AT&T Calls Telecommuters Back To the Cubicle
  61. GameStop's disappointing outlook sinks shares
  62. The Obesity Epidemic — Is Medicine Scientific?
  63. Are Aliens Living Among Us?
  64. Target testing online sales of used electronics
  65. Kindle Versus The iPhone
  66. Anatomy of the VA's IT Meltdown
  67. Higher sales drives Ubisoft to first-half profit
  68. UK Government Loses 15 Million Private Records
  69. US Senators Take On The ESRB Over Manhunt 2
  70. Nintendo offers new DS bundles ahead of holiday
  71. CNet Promotes Essential Open-Source Software to Joe Public
  72. GameStop disappointing outlook sinks shares
  73. Samsung Caught Bribing Government Officials
  74. Germany iPhone deal irks Vodafone, Debitel
  75. Firefox 3 Beta 1 Review
  76. Cannabis Compound Said To "Halt Cancer"
  77. Vodafone attacks T-Mobile on iPhone sales terms
  78. FSF Releases AGPL License For Web Services
  79. EU fines Sony, others for videotape price fixes
  80. Nintendo offers new DS bundles ahead of holiday
  81. Vote To Eliminate Leap Seconds
  82. Senators urge tougher rating for "Manhunt" game
  83. Telecommuting found to boost morale, cut stress
  84. Senators urge tougher rating for "Manhunt" game
  85. Telecommuting found to boost morale, cut stress
  86. Halcyon game for "Terminator" adaptation
  87. Killer Mobile Graphics — NVIDIA's GeForce 8800M
  88. Court Order Against German T-Mobile iPhone Sales
  89. Sanyo to focus on batteries in mid-term plan: report
  90. Nokia Siemens sees profit from "greener" networks
  91. Multiple FLAC Vulnerabilities Affect Every OS
  92. Study Warns of Internet Brownouts By 2010
  93. The Fine Line Between Security and Usability
  94. Boing Boing Founder Warns of "Internet AIDS"
  95. The Fastest Processor You Can't Run
  96. Japan to Start Fingerprinting Foreign Travelers
  97. Cryptography Expert Sounds Alarm At Possible Math Hack
  98. Mixed News on Wiretapping from 9th Circuit US Court
  99. China In the Habit of Copying And Redirecting US Sites?
  100. The Best Of What's New 2007
  101. Windows Vista SP1 Hands-On Details
  102. Star Trek Home Theater
  103. Open Source Math
  104. Christmas Shopping For Your Nephew
  105. Do Tiny URL Services Weaken Net Architecture?
  106. Amazon's Ebook The Future of Reading?
  107. Journalists Can't Hide News From the Internet
  108. Inside A Korean Rehab Camp For Web Addiction
  109. In The US, Email Is Only For Old People
  110. FSF Reaches Out to RIAA Victims
  111. Riding Shotgun With the Google Street View Beetle
  112. FBI Doesn't Tell Courts About Bogus Evidence
  113. Why Trolls and Flames Happen
  114. Mass Effect Review
  115. Amazon launches wireless book reader "Kindle"
  116. Amkor gets favorable ruling in patent suit against Motorola
  117. Amazon launches wireless book reader "Kindle"
  118. Scientists Trap a Rainbow
  119. Virgin Mobile posts wider quarterly loss
  120. Judge Rules That I Own Slashdot
  121. 10 Great Snake-Oil Gadgets
  122. Is Apple Tracking iPhone Users Through IMEI?
  123. China In the Habit of Copying and Redirecting US Sites?
  124. CORRECTED: Google closer to mobile airwaves bid, sources say
  125. CORRECTED: Virgin Mobile posts wider quarterly loss
  126. Hackers Use Banner Ads on Major Sites to Hijack Your PC
  127. Amazon launches wireless book reader "Kindle"
  128. AT&T to buy advertising technology firm Ingenio
  129. Is Apple tracking iPhone Users Through IMEI?
  130. Amkor says gets favorable ruling in patent suit against Motorola
  131. 90% of IT Professionals Don't Want Vista
  132. THG Labs In Depth With AMD Spider
  133. AT&T to launch 1st Napster Mobile phone this holiday season
  134. Flickr to map the world's latest photo hotspots
  135. Losing Personal Info On A Laptop Could Get You Charged
  136. Flickr to map the world's latest photo hotspots
  137. PayPal offers secure way to shop non-PayPal sites
  138. Murdoch's New Internet Strategy for the WSJ
  139. Advanced Micro Devices unveils new platform
  140. Honeybees Might Prompt Faster Internet Server Technology
  141. "Lust, Caution" prompts virus, medical warnings
  142. Flickr to map the world's latest photo hotspots
  143. Comcast Targets Unlicensed Anime Torrenters
  144. China downloaders warned of "Lust, Caution" virus
  145. PayPal offers secure way to shop non-PayPal sites
  146. Pioneer-backed online TV service launches test
  147. Japan to Start Fingerprinting Foreign Travelers
  148. Flickr to map the world's latest photo hotspots
  149. Cryptography Expert Sounds Alarm At Possible Math Hack
  150. Mixed News on Wiretapping from 9th Circuit US Court
  151. China In the Habit of Copying And Redirecting US Sites?
  152. The Best Of What's New 2007
  153. Windows Vista SP1 Hands-On Details
  154. Nintendo and Sony roll out big titles
  155. Star Trek Home Theater
  156. Open Source Math
  157. Christmas Shopping For Your Nephew
  158. Do Tiny URL Services Weaken Net Architecture?
  159. Singapore lifts ban on Microsoft video game: paper
  160. Amazon's Ebook The Future of Reading?
  161. Journalists Can't Hide News From the Internet
  162. Inside A Korean Rehab Camp For Web Addiction
  163. In The US, Email Is Only For Old People
  164. MIT Students Show How the Inca Leapt Canyons
  165. Sun to Create Underground Japanese Datacenter
  166. Which E-Commerce System Will Fail This Season?
  167. Vista at Risk of Being Bypassed by Businesses
  168. Two Companies Now Offering Personal Gene Sequencing
  169. Terabit-Per-Second Class Connections over FTTH
  170. Hushmail Passing PGP Keys to the US Government
  171. Shake a Secure Bluetooth Connection
  172. NASA Wins Nanotechnology Award
  173. EarthLink Says No Future for Municipal Wi-Fi
  174. Overclocking the AMD Spider
  175. Microsoft's Plan to Be King of All Media
  176. C# Memory Leak Torpedoed Princeton's DARPA Chances
  177. People Believe NASA Funded As Well As US Military
  178. Aqua **** Art 'Terrorist' Describes His Ordeal
  179. Judge Orders RIAA to Show Cause in DC Case
  180. Google, Sun Headed for Showdown Over Android
  181. Singapore lifts ban on Microsoft video game: paper
  182. Robots Assimilate Into Cockroach Society
  183. The Last DC Power Grid Shut Down in NYC
  184. Slacker starts rolling out players to consumers
  185. Microsoft Claims Patent On Elements of Embedded Linux?
  186. Slacker starts rolling out players to consumers
  187. Vonage Loses Appeal; Verizon Owed $120 Million
  188. High-Quality YouTube Videos Coming Soon
  189. Meet the Drivers Behind NASA's Mars Rovers
  190. What's the Best Way to Recycle Old Tech in the US?
  191. Tabula Rasa Launch Impressions
  192. The Latest From the Front in the Console Wars
  193. Warner Music CEO Says War With Consumers Was Wrong
  194. Amazon to unveil e-book reader on Monday
  195. Major Breakthrough in Direct Neural Interface
  196. WWII Colossus Codecracker Outdone by a German
  197. Potential Landing Sites for EU Mars Rover Selected
  198. Sony PS3 weekly U.S. sales double after price cut
  199. Tech firms alert for U.S. slowdown spread to Europe
  200. TB-Sized Solid State Drives Announced
  201. Anti-P2P College Bill Moving Through House
  202. Google Plans to Bid 4.6 Billion on 700MHz Band
  203. Apple Shareholder Lawsuit Dismissed
  204. US Control of Internet Remains an Issue
  205. Sony PS3 weekly U.S. sales double after price cut
  206. Amazon to debut E-Book reader: WSJ
  207. Google gearing up for wireless spectrum bid: report
  208. Anatomically Strange Dinosaur Vacuumed Up Food
  209. Gene Simmons Blames College Kids For Music Industry Woes
  210. Google gearing up for wireless spectrum bid: report
  211. Amazon to debut E-Book reader: WSJ
  212. AT&T Invests in Filtered Networking
  213. Sony PS3 weekly U.S. sales double after price cut
  214. IT's Love-Hate Relationship With Laptops
  215. Intel Core 2 'Penryn' and Linux
  216. Microsoft aims to be one of "top two" in Web advertising
  217. Wi-Fi Piggybacking Widespread
  218. October video game sales top $1.1 billion
  219. October video game sales hit $1.1 billion
  220. A New Theory of Everything?
  221. Historians Recreate Source Code of First 4004 Application
  222. Oct video game sales hit $1.1 billion: NPD
  223. Apple Fixes 'Misleading' Leopard Firewall Settings
  224. Nintendo and Sony roll out big titles
  225. Vuze Petitions FCC To Restrict Traffic Throttling
  226. McCartney sees Beatles going digital next year
  227. New Ghostbusters Video Game in the Works
  228. TV sets a turn-off for South Korea's youth
  229. Digital camera shipments to U.S. up 22 percent
  230. Open Source, Genetically Engineered Machines From a Kit?
  231. Barbie rules girls' wish-lists but boys go high-tech
  232. Second Time 'Round - the Zune Flash In-Depth
  233. Holmes Comet Coma Grows Bigger Than The Sun
  234. Beatles music should be online next year: McCartney
  235. New NSA-Approved Encryption Standard May Contain Backdoor
  236. McCartney: Beatles should go digital next year
  237. Backing Up Your Brain
  238. TV sets a turn-off for South Korea's youth
  239. World of Warcraft's Brand New Rootkit
  240. Nintendo and Sony roll out big titles
  241. Fighting Back Against Ghost Calls
  242. Saving Power in your Home Office
  243. U.S. panel urges vigilance on China spying, cyber war
  244. Police swoop on 'Hacker of the Year'
  245. Singapore bans Microsoft's video game for sex scene: paper
  246. 'Gamercize' Cardio at Our Desk
  247. Nintendo and Sony roll out big titles
  248. AMD unveils line of graphics chips
  249. EU to simplify flight reservations, sees price cuts
  250. Colossus Cracks Again