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  1. Will Wright Opines That Wii is the Only Next-Gen Console
  2. Senate approves extension of Internet tax ban
  3. UK man jailed for child grooming
  4. FSF Compliance Lab Addresses GPLv3 Questions
  5. Travelers leave cell phones behind
  6. UK man jailed for child grooming
  7. Go-cart outmatches German police car
  8. The Science Education Myth
  9. UK man jailed for child grooming
  10. A Run Through Windows Server 2008
  11. US Senate OKs 7-year Internet tax ban extension
  12. Nintendo to sell Wii in China
  13. Vonage Settles With Verizon for at Least $80M
  14. Microsoft sees progress in getting Windows on XO
  15. US Senate OKs 7-year Internet tax ban extension
  16. Activision poised to score with "Guitar Hero 3"
  17. Nintendo to launch Wii in China, S.Korea in 2008
  18. Mozilla Tests Integrated Desktop Browser
  19. Senate approves Internet tax ban extension
  20. OLPC Experiments With Cow-powered Laptops
  21. Russian navigation satellites launched
  22. Geek Stars From Atkinson to Zappa
  23. Activision poised to score with new guitar game
  24. NEC SX-9 to be World's Fastest Vector Computer
  25. Hundreds of Black Holes Found
  26. Apple's OS X Leopard In Depth
  27. The Death of the Greenphone
  28. Microsoft sees progress in getting Windows on XO
  29. Techie Pay Approaches All-time High
  30. South Africa Adopts ODF as a Government Standard
  31. Valve Locking Out Gamers Who Buy Orange Box Internationally
  32. U.S. retailers want online sellers to fight theft
  33. Coming soon: Windows on XO laptops
  34. Apple's OSX Leopard In-Depth
  35. Microsoft says Windows may soon be on XO laptop
  36. Forbes' Dan Lyons Hates Groklaw, Wants to Be BFF with Linux
  37. Microsoft EU Decision Protects OSS Projects From Suits
  38. '55 Science Paper Retracted to Thwart Creationists
  39. Activision poised to score with new guitar game
  40. Running the Numbers on a US Pandemic
  41. Activision poised to score with new guitar game
  42. "Last Supper" to go online
  43. SanDisk Sues 25 Companies for Patent Infringement
  44. U.S. retailers want online sellers to fight theft
  45. "Last Supper" image to appear online
  46. Three Reasons Microsoft Paid so 'Little' for Facebook
  47. Software To Evaluate Facial Expressions Developed
  48. "Mass Effect" space epic aims to evoke emotion
  49. ARPANet Co-Founder Predicts An Internet Crisis
  50. Bands find video games a ticket to fame
  51. "Mass Effect" space epic aims to evoke emotion
  52. Intel to start "Penryn" production
  53. Asia, Africa demand lifts cell phone market
  54. Congressman Tells Comcast, Hands Off BitTorrent
  55. Bands find video games a ticket to fame
  56. "Mass Effect" space epic aims to evoke emotion
  57. Virtualization Decreases Security
  58. ICANN Investigates Insider Domain Name Snatching
  59. Loving the Internet
  60. Samsung Unveils 64-Gbit Flash Memory Chip
  61. NY Wrests $1 Million From Verizon Wireless
  62. Samba has fighting chance now against Microsoft
  63. Acer profits from strong laptop demand
  64. Cell phone market volumes seen up
  65. Microsoft Forces Desktop Search On Windows Update
  66. Google's CEO downplays possible threats
  67. Google to focus on mobile Internet in China
  68. Comet Unexpectedly Brightens a Millionfold
  69. Terror Watch List Swells to More Than 755,000
  70. Motorola sees improved mobile devices
  71. Google to focus on mobile Internet in China
  72. Honda gets touchy-feely with glowing Puyo car
  73. Nintendo raises full-year forecast
  74. Investment Firm Bids to Buy SCOs UNIX Operations
  75. Microsoft beats Google to Facebook stake
  76. Google shows off upgraded products, ad growth
  77. Nintendo raises full-year forecast
  78. CORRECTED: Nintendo raises full-year forecast
  79. Google shows off upgraded products, ad growth
  80. String Theory in Two Minutes
  81. Nintendo raises full-year forecast, Wii boosts H1
  82. Remains of Shattered Moon Found in Saturn's Rings
  83. Google shows off upgraded products, ad growth
  84. Brain Regions Responsible for Optimism Located
  85. NASA Offering $2 Million Prize for Lunar Lander
  86. Microsoft beats Google to Facebook stake
  87. Hackers can divert Vonage calls: security firm
  88. GIMP 2.4 Released
  89. Microsoft beats Google to Facebook stake
  90. Google chief optimistic DoubleClick deal will get done
  91. Hackers can divert Vonage calls: security firm
  92. States Set to Sue the U.S. Over Greenhouse Gases
  93. RIM's push into China will target multinationals
  94. Google chief optimistic DoubleClick deal will get done
  95. Microsoft to Pay $240 Million for Stake in Facebook
  96. RIM plans to target multinationals in China
  97. Microsoft to Pay 240 Million for Stake in Facebook
  98. Microsoft clinches Facebook deal
  99. New Hydrogen Engine Test Shows Future of Aviation
  100. Microsoft clinches Facebook deal
  101. Huge Balloon Lofts New Telescope
  102. Microsoft pays $240 million for Facebook stake
  103. Learning jQuery
  104. RIM rolls out Facebook for BlackBerry
  105. Humans Not Evolved for IT Security
  106. Facebook near deal with Google or Microsoft: reports
  107. RIM rolls out Facebook for BlackBerry
  108. The Best Tech You Can't Get in the US
  109. Hackers can divert Vonage calls: security firm
  110. Storm Worm Strikes Back at Security Pros
  111. Free IMAP On Gmail
  112. Court Strikes Down Age Verification For Adult Sites
  113. Identity Thieves Not Big On Technology
  114. Vista Vs. Gutsy Gibbon
  115. Turbolinux Is Latest To Sign Microsoft Pact
  116. Note To Criminals — Don't Call Tech Support
  117. ATI Releases AIGLX Linux Driver
  118. Verisign To Sell DNS Root Server Lookup Data?
  119. Crime Reduction Linked To Lead-Free Gasoline
  120. The Orange Box Review
  121. A Closer Look At Apple Leopard Security
  122. Comcast May Face Lawsuits Over BitTorrent Filtering
  123. Jaiku Bought By Google, Some Fear Privacy Issues
  124. Brazilian Pop Music Scene Thrives on Piracy
  125. Apple Says 250,000 iPhones Sold to Unlockers
  126. MySQL to Get Injection of Google Code
  127. RIM rolls out Facebook for BlackBerry
  128. Wii Sports sweeps board at game awards
  129. Hackers can divert Vonage calls: security firm
  130. China Launches First Moon Orbiter
  131. Facebook near deal with Google or Microsoft: reports
  132. Wolfram's 2,3 Turing Machine Is Universal!
  133. Government Web site offers energy savings tips
  134. SpinVox offers voice updates to Facebook
  135. Gen Y Tech Savvy, But Not Interested in a Career
  136. Wii Sports sweeps board at game awards
  137. eBay site lets people finance the world's poor
  138. Government Web site offers energy savings tips
  139. Laptop foundation production delay means shortage
  140. Personal Robots From Valley Startup
  141. Italy Wants to Restrict Blogs
  142. Microsoft formally withdraws remaining EU appeals
  143. SpinVox offers voice updates to Facebook
  144. Aussie Claims Copper Broadband now 200x Faster
  145. Facebook investment expected soon: report
  146. eBay site lets people finance the world's poor
  147. Nokia says content key in boosting cell phone use
  148. Oracle buys operational planning software company
  149. Pentax delays digicam launch after fire
  150. Project Gutenberg Volunteers Partial IMSLP Hosting
  151. Honda gets touchy-feely with glowing Puyo car
  152. Verizon Offers 20/20 Symmetrical FiOS Service
  153. Wii Sports sweeps board at Bafta game awards
  154. Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD in U.S. for first 9 months
  155. US-Made Censorware Used To Oppress Burma
  156. Nokia welcomes Motorola back to Symbian camp
  157. Free IMAP On Gmail
  158. Laptop foundation production delay means shortage
  159. Nokia's Mosh marries mobile with social networking
  160. Identity Thieves Not Big On Technology
  161. Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD in U.S. for first 9 months
  162. Vista Vs. Gutsy Gibbon
  163. Note To Criminals — Don't Call Tech Support
  164. Turbolinux Is Latest To Sign Microsoft Pact
  165. ATI Releases AIGLX Linux Driver
  166. RIM takes BlackBerry to China
  167. Microsoft plans to pass wireless auction: CEO
  168. Nokia says content key in boosting cellphone use
  169. Subterranean Slashdot Email Blues
  170. Make Your Own Sputnik
  171. Where Does Linux Go From Here?
  172. FBI Coerced Confession Deemed "Classified"
  173. Hitachi Releases World's Most Energy-Efficient HDD
  174. What NASA Won't Tell You About Air Safety
  175. VMware, Cisco Plan Data Center OS
  176. New Password Recovery Technique Uses CPU and GPU Together
  177. AMD Ships First DTX Form Factor Prototypes
  178. Network Monitoring Appliance Looks Below 1 Microsecond
  179. Bridgestone Shows Off Ultra-Thin, Full-Color e-Paper
  180. Games All Downhill Since Pong?
  181. Greenpeace Admits Targeting Apple Grabs Headlines
  182. NC State Creates Most Powerful Positron Beam Ever
  183. Home-made Helicopters in Nigeria
  184. Caltech Creates Electronic Nose
  185. Verisign To Sell DNS Root Server Lookup Data?
  186. Qualcomm shuts down headquarters amid Calif. fires
  187. The Orange Box Review
  188. Crime Reduction Linked To Lead-Free Gasoline
  189. A Closer Look At Apple Leopard Security
  190. Nokia welcomes Motorola back to Symbian camp
  191. Nokia welcomes Motorola back to Symbian camp
  192. Comcast May Face Lawsuits Over BitTorrent Filtering
  193. Jaiku Bought By Google, Some Fear Privacy Issues
  194. EU seeking qualified migrants to plug labor gap
  195. Brazilian Pop Music Scene Thrives on Piracy
  196. Apple Says 250,000 iPhones Sold to Unlockers
  197. A Technology Report From A San Diego Fire Shelter
  198. NDS Group sees digital pay TV in India grow slowly
  199. Continental inks cost-cutting service deals
  200. StumbleUpon shares friends' reviews of major sites
  201. Driver Update Can Cause Vista Deactivation
  202. Continental: Pacts with EDS, GE Aviation, HP to save $100 mln
  203. Amazon Patents Including a String at End of a URL
  204. Comcast Admits Delaying, Not Blocking, P2P Traffic
  205. Nintendo Cracks Down on Copying Devices
  206. New Microsoft software takes aims at RIM customers
  207. CalTech Creates Electronic Nose
  208. Microsoft launches new family-oriented Xbox bundle
  209. New Microsoft software takes aims at RIM customers
  210. FTC To Take a Second Look at P2P
  211. Hitachi pulls out of home PCs
  212. Microsoft launches new family-oriented Xbox bundle
  213. Games All Downhill Since Pong?
  214. New Microsoft software takes aims at RIM customers
  215. Greenpeace Admits Targeting Apple Grabs Headlines
  216. Bridgestone Shows Off Ultra-Thin, Full-Color e-Paper
  217. NC State Creates Most Powerful Positron Beam Ever
  218. Network Monitoring Appliance Looks Below 1 Microsecond
  219. AMD Ships First DTX Form Factor Prototypes
  220. New Password Recovery Technique Uses CPU and GPU Together
  221. New video game show off to rocky start
  222. Microsoft finally bows to EU antitrust measures
  223. EA delays "Army of Two" to early 2008
  224. What NASA Won't Tell You About Air Safety
  225. VMware, Cisco Plan Data Center OS
  226. Wikipedia page the latest status symbol
  227. Countries mull making room for digital television
  228. Hitachi Releases World's Most Energy-Efficient HDD
  229. Aerowatt discussing $99 mln Mauritius wind project
  230. FBI Coerced Confession Deemed "Classified"
  231. FBI Coerced Confession Deemed "Classified"
  232. Where Does Linux Go From Here?
  233. Subterranean Slashdot Email Blues
  234. Make Your Own Sputnik
  235. New Web entrepreneurs sure they will find a home
  236. The Development of Ecologically Sound Jet Fuel
  237. The Story of Baikonur, Russia's Space City
  238. Palm Before the PalmPilot
  239. Famous Criminal Opines that Technology Breeds Crime
  240. Scientist Are Working to 'Steer' Hurricanes
  241. Hellgate Beta's In-Game Ads Raise Eyebrows
  242. Storm Worm Being Reduced to a Squall
  243. ESA Selects Next Generation Space Missions
  244. XBox Adding HD Tuners Next Year
  245. United Makes Plans to Drop 'Baggage Neutrality'
  246. IFPI Domain Dispute Likely to Go To Court
  247. Viacom Wants Industry Wide Copyright Filter
  248. Stallman Attacked by Ninjas
  249. Provider of Free Public Domain Music Shuts Down
  250. Facebook Goes To 64 Bit User IDs