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  1. Colossus Cracks Again
  2. How Much is Your Right to Vote Worth?
  3. Nintendo and Sony roll out big titles
  4. Epic "Beowulf" gets high-tech, Hollywood makeover
  5. Rowling Sues Harry Potter Lexicon
  6. IBM in big push to build data centers for clients
  7. AMD unveils line of graphics chips
  8. TomTom, Garmin settle intellectual property litigation
  9. First Use of RIPA to Demand Encryption Keys
  10. Comcast Sued Over P2P Blocking
  11. Turning E-Mail into a Social Network
  12. The Nuclear Power Renaissance
  13. Singapore bans Microsoft's video game for sex scene: paper
  14. From the Moon to Earth in HD
  15. Solid State Drives - Fast, Rugged, and Expensive
  16. Leopard Claims Half the Japanese OS Market In October
  17. Mozilla Reponds - We Call the Shots, Not Google.
  18. Epic "Beowulf" gets high-tech, Hollywood makeover
  19. End-to-End Network Security
  20. Call of Duty 4 Review
  21. Russian Software Piracy Crackdown Restricts Free Speech
  22. Predicting The Google Phone
  23. Microsoft Plans Flickr Competitor
  24. RIAA College Litigations Getting A Bumpy Ride
  25. Lap Desks
  26. Dell plans servers based on Sun Solaris software
  27. Wikileaks Releases Sensitive Guantanamo Manual
  28. Dell plans computers based on Sun Solaris software
  29. Broadcasters condemn EU plan to share with phones
  30. iPhone Keyboard Leads to Typso
  31. Close but no Cigar for Netflix Recommender System
  32. EU to Investigate Google Doubleclick Acquisition
  33. Half a Million Database Servers 'Have no Firewall'
  34. A Giant Step in Cloning
  35. Dutch court dismisses Nokia case against Qualcomm
  36. Sony and NXP tie up for mobile phone payment technology
  37. AT&T to sell equipment to monitor workplaces: report
  38. Nokia unveils new N82 multimedia handset
  39. Sony and NXP tie up for mobile phone payment technology
  40. Sony, NXP to form JV for mobile phone applications
  41. China unlikely to see Apple's iPhone soon: execs
  42. Dutch court dismisses Nokia patent case vs. Qualcomm
  43. China unlikely to see Apple's iPhone soon: execs
  44. South Korea to Build Robot Theme Parks
  45. AT&T to sell equipment to monitor workplaces: report
  46. Nokia unveils new N82 multimedia handset
  47. Japan's Melody Roads Play Music as You Drive
  48. Stopping Cars With Microwave Radiation
  49. First "robot" electric guitar tunes itself
  50. The Rules of the Swarm
  51. First "robot" electric guitar tunes itself
  52. Facial Recognition Vending Machine Debuts
  53. Regulators seen moving swiftly on XBRL proposal
  54. Microsoft Windows 7 "Wishlist" Leaked
  55. Regulators seen moving swiftly on XBRL proposal
  56. Microbes Churn Out Hydrogen at Record Rate
  57. Yahoo Settles With Imprisoned Chinese Journalists
  58. Yahoo settles case over Chinese dissident e-mails
  59. How Fast is Your Turnaround Time?
  60. Miro Turns 1.0
  61. Microsoft CEO sees opportunities for growth
  62. Regulators seen moving swiftly on XBRL proposal
  63. All Fifty States May Face Voting Machine Lawsuit
  64. Public Invited to Try Their Luck Against Old Cipher Tech
  65. Microsoft CEO sees opportunities for growth
  66. Yahoo settles case over Chinese dissident e-mails
  67. MIT Releases the Source of MULTICS, Father of UNIX
  68. Original Marvel Comics Going Online
  69. Cooling Challenges an Issue In Rackspace Outage
  70. Microsoft CEO sees opportunities for growth
  71. EU proposes new powers to split up telco operators
  72. Genetically Engineered Mouse is Not Scared of Cats
  73. MA Proposes Two Year Jail Term for Online Gambling
  74. Android's "Non-Fragmentation Agreement"
  75. EU proposes new powers to split up telco operators
  76. Serbia invites China tech, car firms to build plants
  77. Meshnet Digital Armor To Protect Tanks
  78. Diplomats near deal on earmarking world radiowaves
  79. EU unveils shake-up of telecoms rules
  80. White House Ordered to Preserve All Email
  81. Russia Honors the Spy Who Stole the A-Bomb
  82. Plagiarizing Wikipedia For Profit
  83. Yahoo expands mobile carrier deals across Asia
  84. Nokia unveils two 3G 8800-series phones
  85. Microsoft to develop document translator for blind
  86. Oracle Is Latest To Take On VMware
  87. Yahoo expands mobile carrier deals across Asia
  88. Yahoo offers mobile Web services in Latin America
  89. FCC Moves To Regulate Cable TV Competition
  90. Yahoo offers mobile Web services in Latin America
  91. Russian Hacker Gang Vanishes Again
  92. Wal-Mart's $200 Linux PC Sells Out
  93. Chinese Sub Pops Up Amid US Navy Exercise
  94. Social networking Web site launched for artists
  95. Young Scoop08 reporters hit the campaign trail
  96. Oracle adds virtualization as VMware shares fall
  97. Antique Fridge Could Keep Venus Rover Cool
  98. Web spending hits new record in third quarter
  99. "Stealth" Plasma Antennas
  100. Young Scoop08 reporters hit the campaign trail
  101. Oracle adds virtualization as VMware shares fall
  102. Social networking Web site launched for artists
  103. Northeastern University Sues Google Over Patent
  104. IBM to buy Cognos for $5 bln
  105. New Project To End Stupidity Online
  106. Star Trek XI Plot Details Revealed
  107. New delay for Ariane rocket launch
  108. Oracle adds virtualization, VMware shares fall
  109. Multitouch Without Touch Using Wiimote
  110. Oracle adds virtualization as VMware shares fall
  111. Oracle takes on VMware in virtualization market
  112. Ratchet and Clank - Tools of Destruction Review
  113. Oracle takes on VMware in virtualization market
  114. Google's Android Cellphone SDK Released
  115. Oracle offers free virtualization software
  116. Ask Database Guru Brian Aker
  117. New York's Slap to the Facebook
  118. Loophole in Windows Random Number Generator
  119. Intel Launches Power-Efficient Penryn Processors
  120. IBM to buy Cognos for $5 billion
  121. IBM to buy Cognos for $5 billion
  122. The Top Ten Off Switches
  123. Even the Masseuse is a Multimillionaire at Google
  124. Microsoft says Zune players available Tuesday
  125. IBM to buy Cognos for $5 billion
  126. OLPC Launches Buy One, Give One Free Program
  127. Microsoft says in talks to buy Musiwave
  128. Station crew relocates shuttle docking port
  129. IBM to buy Cognos for $5 billion
  130. Yahoo sets program to boost distributed computing
  131. Thought-Controlled Prosthetics
  132. Station crew relocates shuttle docking port
  133. Speeding Up STM Imaging
  134. Disney to enter Japan cellphone market in spring
  135. Google Honors Veterans Day, Finally
  136. Disney to enter Japan cellphone market in spring
  137. Non-Compete Agreement Beyond Term of Employment?
  138. Cyber bullying bedevils Japan
  139. High price means a hard sell for hybrid trucks
  140. Disney to enter Japan cellphone market in spring
  141. Trojan Found In New HDs Sold In Taiwan
  142. Disney to enter Japan cell phone market in spring
  143. RCMP Won't Go After Personal Filesharers
  144. Google's Shadow Over Firefox
  145. US Official Urges Americans To Reconsider Privacy
  146. Intel launches new chips with smaller circuits
  147. OpenDocument Foundation Closes
  148. Intel launches new chips with smaller circuits
  149. How Not to Build a Cellphone
  150. Predator-Style Helmets Allow Pilots to See Through Planes
  151. 5 Cool Wireless Reseach Projects
  152. Microsoft's Treatment of Google Defectors
  153. Tracking People Using Bluetooth
  154. Bill Would Tie Financial Aid To Anti-Piracy Plans
  155. NBC Direct Launches With Free Downloads
  156. Hidden Music Claimed In Da Vinci Painting
  157. US Internet Control To Be Topic #1 In Rio
  158. Latin music fans going mobile in Spain
  159. Disney to launch cellphone service in Japan: paper
  160. Cosmic Rays From Galactic Black Holes
  161. Latin music fans going mobile in Spain
  162. US Bot Herder Admits Infecting 250K Machines
  163. IBM Predicts Massive Shifts In Advertising
  164. GOOG-411's "Biddy-Biddy-Boop" Sound Backstory
  165. Lawmakers Delay Telco Immunity Vote
  166. First Image Taken With an Ultra Low Field MRI
  167. An Open-Source Java Port To iPhone?
  168. Where Are the Flying Cars?
  169. NASA Knows How To Party
  170. Robot-Run Warehouse Speeds Deliveries
  171. Has the Novell/Microsoft Deal Made a Difference?
  172. NY Rejects E-Voting, DOJ Trying to Force the Issue
  173. Fans Cheer as Apple's iPhone Finally Hits Europe
  174. FCC Planning Rules to Open Cable Market
  175. Robot Run Warehouse Speeds Deliveries
  176. MIT Reinvents Transportation With Foldable, Stackable Car
  177. Russia to Build New Spacecraft by 2020
  178. AR Facade Moves Beyond the Lab
  179. Adult Brains More Flexible Than Previously Thought
  180. FCC seen to issue report on cable share: report
  181. Tools To Squash the Botnets
  182. Toyota eyes the plug-in Prius
  183. "Botmaster" admits infecting 250,000 computers
  184. Open-Source Early Literacy Materials Gaining Some Attention
  185. Germany Implements Sweeping Data Retention Policies
  186. Has The Novell/Microsoft Deal Made a Difference?
  187. Ex AT&T Tech Says NSA Monitors All Web Traffic
  188. Russian Phishers Moving to China?
  189. NY Rejects E-Voting, DOJ Trying to Force The Issue
  190. NIST Opens Competition for a New Hash Algorithm
  191. Fans cheer as Apple's iPhone finally hits Europe
  192. Fans queue but iPhone fails to grip Germany
  193. Babelfish Sparks Minor Diplomatic Row
  194. Dvorak Says gPhone is Doomed
  195. Click a mouse, feed a mouth in U.N. campaign
  196. The New Facebook Ads - Another Privacy Debacle?
  197. Nigerian Government Nixes Microsoft's Mandriva Block
  198. Sprint ends Clearwire pact, reviews WiMax plans
  199. FBI May Have Datamined Grocery Stores With Help From Credit Companies
  200. Sprint ends Clearwire pact, reviewing WiMax plans
  201. Fans queue but iPhone fails to grip Germany
  202. Sony Calls Current Blu-ray/HD DVD Format War a 'Stalemate
  203. Russia to create new spacecraft: Roskosmos chief
  204. FBI Datamined Grocery Stores With Help From Credit Companies
  205. AntiPiracy Macrovision Bug is Actually Six Years Old
  206. Congress Pressures DoJ With PIRATE Part II
  207. The Dumber Android Is, the Better, Say Experts
  208. Sprint ends Clearwire pact, reviewing WiMax plans
  209. Microsoft pays Timeline $5M in Patent Settlement
  210. Sprint ends Clearwire pact, reviewing WiMax plans
  211. Sprint and Clearwire scrap WiMax pact: report
  212. Fans queue but iPhone fails to grip Germany
  213. Adobe to Unclutter Photoshop UI
  214. Fudan Intelligent Robot Learns to Fit In
  215. Is SETI Worth It?
  216. Sprint and Clearwire scrap WiMax pact: report
  217. Monitor Draws Zero Power in Standby
  218. Apple fans brave rain for European iPhone launch
  219. The World's Biggest Botnets
  220. Apple fans brave rain for European iPhone launch
  221. Fedora 8 Released
  222. Evidence of Historical Zombie Attack at Hierakonpolis
  223. "Call of Duty" casts players in modern combat
  224. Hard Drive Prices Hitting New Lows
  225. Consumers Starting To Realize Gadgets Can Be Fixed
  226. One SimCity Per Child
  227. The Dumber Android Is, the Better Say Experts
  228. Blockbuster tests pricing, new formats for stores
  229. Web serves up tasty sites for food lovers
  230. Report favors minor changes to EU copyright tax
  231. Red Hat Releases RHEL 5.1, Includes Virtualization
  232. Web serves up tasty sites for food lovers
  233. Why the US Consumer Doesn't Deserve A Decent Robot
  234. EFF Documentation Victory in Telco Spying Case
  235. Japanese Probe Returns First HD Video of the Moon
  236. Blockbuster tests pricing and new formats for stores
  237. EU presses U.S. to change Internet gambling law
  238. Blockbuster tests pricing, new formats
  239. Encrypted Torrents Growing Fast In the UK
  240. "Call of Duty" casts players in modern combat
  241. A Panoramic View of Your Insides
  242. "Call of Duty" casts players in modern combat
  243. Mobile gaming revenue seen down
  244. Expanding Fair Use To Reform Copyright Law
  245. US, Aussie Officials Yank GHB-Producing Toys
  246. No big change to EU copyright levy needed: report
  247. AM3 Reference Diagram Disclosed
  248. AMD taps graphics chip for data-crunching
  249. Crater From 1908 Tunguska Blast Found
  250. AMD taps graphics chip for data-crunching