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  1. EU presses U.S. to change Internet gambling law
  2. Blockbuster tests pricing, new formats
  3. Encrypted Torrents Growing Fast In the UK
  4. "Call of Duty" casts players in modern combat
  5. A Panoramic View of Your Insides
  6. "Call of Duty" casts players in modern combat
  7. Mobile gaming revenue seen down
  8. Expanding Fair Use To Reform Copyright Law
  9. US, Aussie Officials Yank GHB-Producing Toys
  10. No big change to EU copyright levy needed: report
  11. AM3 Reference Diagram Disclosed
  12. AMD taps graphics chip for data-crunching
  13. Crater From 1908 Tunguska Blast Found
  14. AMD taps graphics chip for data-crunching
  15. Ballmer Calls Android a "Press Release"
  16. TiVo to offer advertisers viewer data: report
  17. Companies fail to block music threat
  18. Warner Bros. says to buy TT Games
  19. Report favors minor changes to EU copyright tax
  20. Mobile gaming revenue seen down
  21. Is the Future of the Electric Car Industry in Silicon Valley?
  22. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  23. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  24. FTC Announces Crackdown on Do Not Call Violators
  25. Exploding piggy bank could help Japanese save
  26. New Parental Controls Limit Xbox Time
  27. TiVo to offer advertisers viewer demographic data: report
  28. NASA Satellites to Predict Disease Outbreaks
  29. Monkeys and Cognitive Dissonance
  30. Mobile gaming revenue down: report
  31. Grid Computing Saves Cancer Researchers Decades
  32. As Google pushes phones, Yahoo zeros in on ad deals
  33. Bill to Require Open Access to Scientific Papers
  34. House Narrowly Avoids Having to Debate Impeachment of Cheney
  35. Quigo investor sees mobile ad firms as next targets
  36. Low-Cost Board Runs Linux, Google Apps
  37. As Google pushes phones, Yahoo zeros in on ad deals
  38. YouTube Video Warned About School Shooting
  39. MLB Fans Who Bought DRM Videos Get Hosed
  40. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  41. Mass OLPC Production Begins
  42. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  43. Causes of Death Linked To Weight
  44. Folklore Review
  45. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  46. FCC seeks more data near end of XM-Sirius review
  47. Modern killers turn to video to get message out
  48. Whose Laws Apply On the ISS?
  49. Prince moves to sue fan Web sites
  50. Professional Plone Development
  51. New Network Neutrality Squad — Users Protecting the Net
  52. YouTube video predicted fatal school shooting
  53. Is a Laser Data Link 1.5 Million Kilometers Feasible?
  54. YouTube video predicted fatal school shooting
  55. Apple's "Time Machine" Now For Linux... Sort Of
  56. AOL to buy Quigo as last big advertising deal
  57. Prince moves to sue fan Web sites
  58. YouTube video predicted fatal school shooting
  59. Symbian Blasts Google's Phone Initiative
  60. YouTube video predicted fatal school shooting
  61. Microsoft adds new parental controls to Xbox 360
  62. Prince moves to sue fan Web sites
  63. MIT Sues Frank Gehry Over Buggy $300M CS Building
  64. Low-cost laptop production started
  65. YouTube video predicted fatal school shooting
  66. Microsoft rolls out Web services linked to Windows
  67. Microsoft CIO Stuart Scott Gets Axed
  68. EU Wants Air Passenger Data Collected
  69. Typewriter's last word not written yet
  70. School District Threatens Suit Over Parent's Blog
  71. Typewriter's last word not written yet
  72. Typewriter's last word not written yet
  73. Samsung Announces Fastest 64-GB SSD
  74. National Security Letter Plaintiff Speaks
  75. Sony to pull out of R&D for making 32-nano chips
  76. Students In UK Tracked With RFID Chips
  77. Microsoft rolls out Web services to link to Windows
  78. Chefs As Chemists
  79. Facebook invites ads into user profiles
  80. Last word on typewriter not written yet
  81. Microsoft rolls out Web services to link to Windows
  82. TV moves to digital age
  83. Congressional Commitee Rips Yahoo Execs
  84. Facebook invites ads into user profiles
  85. TV moves to digital age
  86. Yahoo chief verbally lashed over Chinese dissident
  87. Lenovo unveils first addition to Think PCs
  88. Highly Targeted Phishing From Salesforce.com Leak
  89. Astronomers Announce 5-Planet System
  90. Nonprofit group starts making low-cost laptops
  91. Facebook invites advertisers into user profiles
  92. 38% of Downloaders Paid For Radiohead Album
  93. Nonprofit group starts making low-cost laptops
  94. Robot Becomes One of the Kids
  95. Lawmakers slam Yahoo chief over China dissident
  96. Lawmakers slam Yahoo chief over China dissident
  97. Facebook to announce new ad partners: sources
  98. Lenovo unveils first addition to Think PCs
  99. REAL ID In Its Death Throes, Says ACLU
  100. Battle Lines Being Drawn Over OpenSocial
  101. Facebook to announce new ad partners: sources
  102. Microsoft sees long-life potential for Xbox 360
  103. File-sharing pirates attempt new software standard
  104. What Are The Best Free Games Online?
  105. Modern Dutch romance is love in a podcast
  106. Lenovo unveils first addition to Think PCs
  107. Municipal Wi-Fi - A Promise Unfulfilled?
  108. iPhones poised to hit Britain and Germany
  109. Top Inventions of 2007
  110. Apple's iPhones poised to hit Britain and Germany
  111. World photo appeal sets standard in pedophile hunt
  112. The Implications of a Facebook Society
  113. Modern Dutch romance is love in a podcast
  114. NASA Performs Zero-G Robot Surgery for Mars, Iraq
  115. Lenovo unveils its first addition to Think PCs
  116. World photo appeal sets standard in pedophile hunt
  117. Alibaba.com shares soar in trading debut
  118. Smart Monitoring PC Hardware Launched By NVIDIA
  119. Asus Insider Claims Apple Tablet Is Real
  120. Lenovo unveils its first addition to Think PCs
  121. World photo appeal sets standard in pedophile hunt
  122. Software piracy seen rampant in Serbia
  123. Asus Claims Apple Tablet Is Real
  124. Lenovo unveils its first addition to Think PCs
  125. Google enters mobile phone market
  126. Experts say West can't stop Web radicalization
  127. Nokia says door open to Google alliance
  128. "Quarterlife" highlights Web role in writer strike
  129. Symbian sales soar
  130. Microsoft Plans $500 Million Chicago Data Center
  131. Intergalactic Missing Mass Missing Again
  132. Google enters mobile phone market
  133. Experts say West can't stop Web radicalization
  134. Red Hat Joins Open Source Java Project
  135. Sony to launch new PS2 model in Japan
  136. "Quarterlife" highlights Web role in writer strike
  137. Sun To Seek Injunction, Damages Against NetApp
  138. Sony to launch new PlayStation 2 model in Japan
  139. Qmail At 10 Years — Reflections On Security
  140. BBC Backpedals On Linux Audience Figures
  141. Google's Open Source Mobile Platform
  142. Intergalatic Missing Mass Missing Again
  143. US Consumers Clueless About Online Tracking
  144. Poll finds nearly 80 percent of U.S. adults go online
  145. Google enters mobile phone market
  146. Data Loss Bug In OS X 10.5 Leopard
  147. MIT Offers City Car for the Masses
  148. Google enters mobile phone market
  149. Former Intel CEO Rips Medical Research
  150. Google to enter mobile phone market with software
  151. Linux-Powered Lego-Like Devices Target Developers
  152. Dell Buys IPO-Bound EqualLogic for $1.4 Billion
  153. Phantom Hourglass Review
  154. Does Hacking Grades Warrant 20 Years in Jail?
  155. Google to enter mobile phone market with software
  156. Google to enter mobile phone market with software
  157. Deconstructing the PC Revolution
  158. The Spy in Your Server Room
  159. Google Announces "Open Phone" Coalition, No gPhone [Updated]
  160. Dell to buy data storage network firm
  161. RIM launches software aimed at smaller firms
  162. Paying People to Argue With You
  163. Google signs up partners for mobile phone push
  164. Bypass Windows With Fast-Boot Technology
  165. Google to unveil mobile technology
  166. Microsoft defends Facebook stake
  167. Dell to buy data storage network firm
  168. The $500 Gaming PC Upgrade
  169. D. Telekom's CEO has no time to rest on his laurels
  170. Dell to buy data storage network firm
  171. Bot-avatar Pesters Second Life Users (For Science!)
  172. RIM launches software aimed at smaller firms
  173. Redmond's Heavy Guns Go After OpenSocial
  174. Microsoft defends Facebook stake
  175. Dueling videogames "Guitar Hero," "Rock Band" face off
  176. Microsoft and ESPN are teammates for Xbox Live
  177. Hackers spark new protests vs video game "Manhunt 2"
  178. Google to Announce "Open Phone" Coalition
  179. Microsoft defends Facebook stake
  180. US Wants Courts to OK Warrantless Email Snooping
  181. Salcomp unveils USB-charger
  182. Microsoft and ESPN are teammates for Xbox Live
  183. Australian Researcher Boosts ADSL Speeds
  184. Microsoft defends Facebook stake
  185. Move to a Mainframe, Earn Carbon Credits
  186. RIM launches software aimed at smaller firms
  187. Study Suggests Genome Instability Hotspots
  188. Google's Young Brainiacs Go Globe-Trotting
  189. Toys aren't just for kids anymore in Japan
  190. Carnegie Mellon Wins Urban Challenge
  191. Ultracapacitors Soon to Replace Many Batteries?
  192. Recreating Cities Using Online Photos
  193. Dueling videogames "Guitar Hero," "Rock Band" face off
  194. SUV with mind of its own wins robot car race
  195. No driver, no problem as robot cars finish race
  196. DIY CPU Demo'd Running Minix
  197. Graffiti as Password - Secure and Memorable
  198. Is CentOS Hurting Red Hat?
  199. Cell Phone Jamming on the Rise
  200. Hans Reiser Interview on ABC's 20/20
  201. The Dying PC Market
  202. Wal-Mart's Terrible Nintendo Wii Knock-Offs
  203. 3 Bots Win Pentagon's Robotic Rally
  204. Is a Domain Name an Automatic Trademark?
  205. Israel's Hot Telecom cuts CNN from cable TV
  206. NJ Spammer Gets Two Years Jail for AOL Spam Scam
  207. EVE Online's Linux/Mac Client Goes Live Tuesday
  208. The Man Behind the Google Phone
  209. Wal-Mart's Terrible Nintendo Wii Knock-Offs.
  210. Stix Scientific Fonts Reach Beta Release
  211. No driver, no problem as robot cars finish race
  212. Datacenter Robbed for the Fourth Time in Two Years
  213. First RIAA Case Victim Finally Speaks Out
  214. No driver, no problem as robot cars finish race
  215. A New Way To Make Water, And Fuel Cells
  216. No driver, no problem in robot car race
  217. Cross-Selling Online Scams and Security Issues
  218. Ten Strangely Cruel Science Experiments
  219. Google As The Next Microsoft?
  220. Emailed Threats Less Crazy Than Snail Mail
  221. ICANN Elects Peter Dengate-Thrush as New Chairman
  222. The New School of Videographers
  223. Database Finds Fugitive After 35 Years
  224. No driver, no problem in robot car race
  225. Study Says P2P Downloaders Buy More Music
  226. Microsoft Denies Sabotaging Mandriva Linux PC Deal
  227. A Belated Halloween History - Monsters Edition
  228. DARPA Looks To Adaptive Battlefield Wireless Nets
  229. CNet Tracks the History of the Digital Camera
  230. Netflix May Already Be Killing Blockbuster?
  231. Google to unveil mobile strategy: sources
  232. Google to unveil mobile strategy: sources
  233. Google's OpenSocial Platform Releases
  234. Yahoo apologizes to U.S. lawmakers over China case
  235. The Economic Development of the Moon
  236. China's President Hu Talks IT Warfare
  237. NJ man gets two years jail for AOL spam scam
  238. Joss Whedon Back on TV
  239. Yahoo apologizes to U.S. lawmakers on China
  240. New Catalyst May Be a Boost For Fuel Cells
  241. Yahoo apologizes to U.S. lawmakers on China
  242. Volcanoes May Have Caused Mass Extinctions?
  243. Yahoo apologizes to U.S. lawmakers on China
  244. Wikipedia Wins Defamation Case
  245. MS, Mozilla Clashing Over JavaScript Update
  246. More Solar Panel Problems For ISS
  247. Toys aren't just for kids anymore in Japan
  248. Why Apple Should Acquire Adobe
  249. ICANN Punts on WHOIS Privacy Proposal
  250. Wikipedia cleared in French defamation case