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  1. Nokia Internet push slips in music, gaming
  2. Over-50s Invade the Social Networking Scene
  3. Nintendo Wii trims lead over PS3 in Japan sales
  4. Nokia's gaming service delayed to December
  5. Seagate Offers Refunds on 6.2 Million Hard Drives
  6. Kmart Drops Blu-Ray Players
  7. Students Assigned to Write Wikipedia Articles
  8. Internet ad self-regulation falling short: FTC
  9. Napster posts narrower quarterly loss
  10. FTC reviewing Google ad deal "expeditiously"
  11. IBM says it may acquire security companies
  12. Picture Passwords More Secure than Text
  13. Nanotech To Replace Disk Drives Within Ten Years?
  14. Open-Source 3D Printer Lets Users Make Anything
  15. Google lures MySpace for social network platform
  16. EMI Caught Offering Illegal Downloads
  17. Alien and robot on mission for Playstation 3
  18. Colbert Ballot Bid Shot Down
  19. FCC Complaint Filed Over Comcast P2P Blocking
  20. Google signs on MySpace for social network platform
  21. Fake Codec is Mac OS X Trojan
  22. Google signs on MySpace for social network platform
  23. Alien and robot on mission for Playstation 3
  24. U.N. launches poverty monitoring site
  25. Patterns in Lottery Numbers
  26. FTC reviewing Google ad deal "expeditiously"
  27. Vodafone launches MusicStation service in UK
  28. What's New in OpenBSD 4.2?
  29. Transform Cellphones Into a CCTV Swarm
  30. FTC reviewing Google ad deal "expeditiously"
  31. Holograms bump models from New York catwalk
  32. Carphone sees 10,000 iPhones sold 1st day
  33. Carphone sees 10,000 iPhones being sold on 1st day
  34. Single Nanotube Becomes World's Smallest Radio
  35. IBM to spend $1.5 bln on security
  36. Dutch pedophile Web site cannot show royal photos
  37. 22 Companies Sued Over Wi-Fi Patents
  38. Building a "Reference" Home Theater
  39. IBM to spend record $1.5 bln on security
  40. Femtosecond Laser Shatters Viruses
  41. $200 Linux PCs On Sale At Wal-Mart
  42. Mandriva's Open Letter To Steve Ballmer
  43. VMware virtualization software eyes Chinese reality
  44. IBM seen launching major data security initiative
  45. Privacy groups seek "do not track" Web list
  46. Vodafone launches MusicStation service in UK
  47. BBC "Not In Bed With Bill Gates"
  48. Schneier On the War On the Unexpected
  49. FTC Seeks Anti-Spyware Authority
  50. Wi-LAN files infringement suit against 22 firms
  51. Privacy groups seek "do not track" Web list
  52. Chinese fraudsters fake drug watchdog Web site
  53. Sprint in talks with Google on mobile apps: source
  54. Australian Army Invests in Electrical Shirts
  55. Japan may track defense officials with GPS phones
  56. "Simpsons" video game spoofs industry
  57. Brains Hard-Wired for Math
  58. US Voting Machines Standards Open To Public
  59. Anti-Terrorism and the Death of the Chemistry Set
  60. Microsoft sees Windows Vista growth phase underway
  61. New Robots Hunt Pirates by Sea
  62. Slate may start business news Web site: source
  63. Can Google Kill PowerPoint?
  64. Why Everyone Should Hate Cellphone Carriers
  65. Court Blocks Controversial New Patent Rules
  66. Germany Seeks Expansion of Computer Spying
  67. Microsoft sees Windows Vista growth phase underway
  68. One-Third of Employees Violate Company IT Policies
  69. Intel in the GHz Game Again - Skulltrail Hits 5 GHz
  70. Sprint in talks with Google on mobile apps: source
  71. "Simpsons" video game spoofs industry
  72. The Official Ubuntu Book
  73. FCC votes to ban exclusive apartment-cable deals
  74. Privacy Groups Mull 'Do Not Track' List for Internet
  75. The History of Slashdot Part 4 - Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
  76. Sprint in talks with Google on mobile apps: source
  77. Google opens doors to social networking
  78. Apple to Allow Virtual Mac OS X Server Instances
  79. Sprint in talks with Google on mobile apps: source
  80. FCC votes to ban exclusive apartment-cable deals
  81. Blogger Wins 1.5 Year Legal Battle
  82. Merrill sues over derisive e-mails to brokers
  83. Slashdot 10-Year Anniversary Party Grand Prize Winner
  84. Young voters plug in to politics
  85. AOL to let users block targeted Web ads
  86. Joel and Original Cast of MST3K Riding the Cinematic Titanic
  87. Verizon Might Deliver Google Phone
  88. Young voters plug in to politics
  89. Google opens doors to social networking
  90. The Uncertain Future of BitTorrent
  91. Young voters plug in to politics
  92. Google's Plans for a Social API
  93. Today's Gamers, Tomorrow's Leaders?
  94. Google in talks with Verizon Wireless: sources
  95. Google opens doors to social network developers
  96. Young voters plug in to politics
  97. MySpace users turn movie moguls
  98. UK Insurer launches networking site for over-50s
  99. Google Begins "Gmail 2.0" Rollout
  100. "Simpsons" video game spoofs industry
  101. Facebook to speak Chinese with .cn domain name
  102. Google in talks with Verizon Wireless: sources
  103. Call For Halt To Wikipedia Webcomic Deletions
  104. Google in talks with Verizon Wireless: sources
  105. Intel, Microsoft sell 150,000 laptops to Libya
  106. Facebook to speak Chinese with .cn domain name
  107. The Real Mother of All Bombs, 46 Years Ago
  108. Intel, Microsoft sell 150,000 laptops to Libya
  109. Intel, Microsoft sell 150,000 laptops to Libya
  110. AOL launches local language India portal
  111. Capsaicin Tested On Surgical Wounds
  112. IBM Recycles Waste CPU Wafers Into Solar Panels
  113. Price of MIT professor's '$100 laptop' hits $200
  114. Citizendium After One Year
  115. Google in talks with Verizon Wireless: sources
  116. Google in talks with Verizon Wireless: sources
  117. Visitors to U.S. newspaper Web sites rise: study
  118. Breaking Open Facebook With FOSS
  119. OpenDocument Foundation To Drop ODF
  120. Microsoft, states ask for change in oversight's end
  121. Claim of a Blu-ray BD+ Crack
  122. News On Laptops For Education
  123. Best Buy teams with Mydeo on video service
  124. OS X Leopard Firewall Flawed
  125. Ubuntu May Be Killing Your Laptop's Hard Drive
  126. Computers seen selling briskly in holiday buying
  127. Yahoo adds media playing, languages to messaging
  128. First Fossil Evidence That Velociraptors Hunted in Packs
  129. Slashdot Charity Buyers Donate Over $10,000 To the EFF
  130. Leopard Already Hacked To Run On PC Hardware
  131. Bill extending Internet tax ban goes to Bush
  132. Computers seen selling briskly in holiday buying
  133. Slashdot Charity Buyers Donate Over $10,000 to the EFF
  134. Leopard Already Hacked to Run on PC Hardware
  135. France Telecom denies Google talks about handset
  136. Best Buy teams with Mydeo on video service
  137. Privacy Advocates Bemoan the Problems With WHOIS
  138. AT&T Invents Surveillance Programming Language
  139. Google Caught in Comcast Traffic Filtering?
  140. The Khaki Bandit Strikes At IT - 130 Stolen Laptops
  141. Yahoo adds media playing, languages to messaging
  142. Apple says sells two million copies of "Leopard"
  143. Is Web 2.0 A Bigger Threat Than Outsourcing?
  144. Google plan sees phones by mid-2008: report
  145. "$100 laptop" hits $200
  146. FBI Accused of Abusing Criminal Database
  147. Google plan sees phones by mid-2008: report
  148. NBC Chief Slamming Apple
  149. Google plan sees phones by mid-2008: report
  150. Yahoo adds media playing, languages to messaging
  151. "$100 laptop" hits $200
  152. Amazon and Hardware As a Service
  153. Ars Technica Reviews OS X 10.5
  154. Wolfram's 2,3 Turing Machine Not Universal
  155. "$100 laptop" hits $200
  156. FCC To End Exclusive Cable For Apartments
  157. "$100 laptop" hits $200
  158. Gossip, e-mailing "all" among top office peeves
  159. Bogus FTC e-mail has virus
  160. African nations urged to harmonize telecoms laws
  161. Battery Powered Tram Charges in 60 Seconds
  162. AT&T, T-Mobile unveil messaging phones
  163. Vinyl To Signal the End for CDs?
  164. Hulu Launches With Few YouTube Killing Qualities
  165. Gossip, e-mailing "all" among top office peeves
  166. Best Buy Customer Gets Box Full of Bathroom Tiles Instead of Hard Drive
  167. Skype and 3 launch mobile phone
  168. AntiVirus Products Fail to Find Simple IE Malware
  169. AT&T to sell Pantech phone with dual keyboard
  170. Another Look at 1930's Cyclogyro Plane Design
  171. Jazztel set for virtual deal with Orange
  172. Panama to auction cellular licenses by March 2008
  173. Cheap New GeForce 8800 GT Challenges $400 Cards
  174. Price of MIT professor's "$100 laptop" hits $200
  175. AT&T to sell Pantech phone with dual keyboard
  176. Men also avid players of casual video games: study
  177. Global microchip sales up 6 percent in Sept
  178. Call for a Presidential Debate on Science
  179. Innovators take patent bill battle to Senate
  180. Last Chance to Enter For Slashdot Anniversary Party Grand Prize
  181. Lunar Lander Challenge Ends in Fire, Disappoinment
  182. Hulu adds Sony, MGM, launches test
  183. Innovators take patent bill battle to Senate
  184. Wireless drives Verizon sales
  185. The Semantic Web Going Mainstream
  186. Skype and 3 launch mobile phone
  187. Wikipedia Begets Veropedia
  188. Toshiba up on chips, power systems
  189. Motorola to sell $1 bln debt in three parts
  190. Handheld Supercomputers in 10-15 Years?
  191. Verizon sales rise led by wireless growth
  192. Space Station Solar Equipment Showing Damage
  193. Tele2 says signs roaming agreement in Croatia
  194. Intel's 45nm Patch Machinery Exposed
  195. Hulu adds Sony, MGM, launches test
  196. Skype and 3 launch mobile phone
  197. Skype and 3 launch mobile phone
  198. Skype says to launch its first ever mobile phone
  199. In Some Places, Local Search Beating Google
  200. Softbank to spend $350 mln on data center: Nikkei
  201. Walgreen sees movie-burning DVD kiosks at stores
  202. Hulu adds Sony, MGM, launches test
  203. Hulu adds Sony, MGM, launches test
  204. Netbeans 6 Dual-Licensed Under GPLv2, CDDL
  205. Walgreen sees movie-burning DVD kiosks at stores
  206. Researchers Achieve Amazing Memory Density
  207. UK Schools Warned Off Microsoft Deal
  208. Origin of Cosmic Rays Confirmed
  209. Apple Makes $831 On Each AT&T iPhone
  210. Walgreen sees movie-burning DVD kiosks at stores
  211. GNOME Foundation Helping OOXML?
  212. Vista Sales Rate Fell Last Quarter
  213. 512GB Solid State Disks on the Way
  214. A Look At Free Reviewer Swag
  215. The Kremlin Tightens Its Grip on the Internet
  216. YouTube For High-School Jocks
  217. Rochester Judge Holds RIAA Evidence Insufficient
  218. Review of Asus Linux-Based Eee PC 701
  219. Softbank to spend $350 mln on data center: Nikkei
  220. Know Any Hardware Needing Better Linux Support?
  221. Italian Judge Tells HP To Refund Pre-Installed XP
  222. Astronauts Open ISS Station Room
  223. Senators Call For Hearing On Carrier Content Blocking
  224. Focus Fusion On Google Tech Talks
  225. Leopard Upgraders Getting "Blue Screen of Death"
  226. GPS Used As Defence In Radar Speeding Case
  227. Colbert's Run For President May Be Criminal
  228. Patent Reformers O'Reilly, Bezos Mum on 1-Click
  229. Italy's First Steps in Censoring the Internet
  230. US Democrats Accidentally Publish Whistleblowers' Email Addresses
  231. Nanotube Body Armor Coming Soon
  232. Nissan Adds Robot Helper To Its Concept Car
  233. Technology as Tattletale
  234. FEMA Sorry for Faking News Briefing
  235. Using Old Medications to Defeat Tuberculosis
  236. Mom Sues Music Company Over Baby Video Removal
  237. NASA Ikhana Assists SoCal Firefighters
  238. Paranormal Investigations and Belief in Ghosts
  239. How-To On Ajax Code To Show Movies and Slide Shows
  240. Cablevision to raise video prices
  241. ECA Plans Games-Related DMCA Showdown
  242. $2 Million on the Table for DARPA Urban Challenge
  243. Nova Scotia to Build Space Tourist Launchpad
  244. Looking for gPhone Clues in Google Patents
  245. eBay's Lobbying Efforts May Include the CIA
  246. America's View Of the Internet
  247. Online game smiles seen vanquishing the blues
  248. UK man jailed for child grooming
  249. Internet Connection Tax Held Off for A Few More Years
  250. Slashdot's Setup, Part 2- Software