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  1. The Development of Ecologically Sound Jet Fuel
  2. The Story of Baikonur, Russia's Space City
  3. Palm Before the PalmPilot
  4. Famous Criminal Opines that Technology Breeds Crime
  5. Scientist Are Working to 'Steer' Hurricanes
  6. Hellgate Beta's In-Game Ads Raise Eyebrows
  7. Storm Worm Being Reduced to a Squall
  8. ESA Selects Next Generation Space Missions
  9. XBox Adding HD Tuners Next Year
  10. United Makes Plans to Drop 'Baggage Neutrality'
  11. IFPI Domain Dispute Likely to Go To Court
  12. Viacom Wants Industry Wide Copyright Filter
  13. Stallman Attacked by Ninjas
  14. Provider of Free Public Domain Music Shuts Down
  15. Facebook Goes To 64 Bit User IDs
  16. Home-made Helicopters in Nigeria
  17. China plans Wednesday launch for moon orbiter
  18. Microsoft finally bows to EU antitrust measures
  19. Internet Archive Challenges Google
  20. CORRECTED: Microsoft finally bows to EU antitrust measures
  21. Microsoft Finally Bows to EU Antitrust Measures
  22. Comcast Charges $1000 Per Wiretap
  23. SpiralFrog signs licensing agreement with Sony/ATV
  24. Comcast Charges $1000 Per Illegal Wiretap
  25. AT&T to deliver Napster songs directly to phones
  26. Microsoft finally bows to EU antitrust measures
  27. Microsoft finally bows to EU antitrust measures
  28. 'I Was a Hacker for the MPAA'
  29. IBM and Taiwan's Mediatek launch chip R&D project
  30. EU: Microsoft finally to comply with antitrust move
  31. Wireless Video Transfers 100X Faster Than WiFi
  32. E3 video game trade show in radical downsizing
  33. Nokia says starts shipping N81 multimedia phones
  34. Very High Tech - Elevator Garages in an NYC Hi-Rise
  35. AT&T to deliver Napster songs directly to phones
  36. The Development of Ecologically Sound Jet Fuel
  37. T-Pain takes crown as king of ringtones
  38. The Story of Baikonur, Russia's Space City
  39. Palm Before the PalmPilot
  40. Famous Criminal Opines that Technology Breeds Crime
  41. Scientist Are Working to 'Steer' Hurricanes
  42. Hellgate Beta's In-Game Ads Raise Eyebrows
  43. Storm Worm Being Reduced to a Squall
  44. ESA Selects Next Generation Space Missions
  45. XBox Adding HD Tuners Next Year
  46. United Makes Plans to Drop 'Baggage Neutrality'
  47. IFPI Domain Dispute Likely to Go To Court
  48. Viacom Wants Industry Wide Copyright Filter
  49. Tokyo soccer robots don't quite have Becks appeal
  50. Stallman Attacked by Ninjas
  51. Provider of Free Public Domain Music Shuts Down
  52. Facebook Goes To 64 Bit User IDs
  53. Canada May Tax Legal Music Downloads
  54. FCC Looks To Offer Consumers More Wireless Choice
  55. Google News Launches Facebook Application
  56. Space Elevator Teams Compete for NASA Prizes
  57. Long-lived Mars Rovers to Keep on Roving
  58. GMOs Perfected Down to the Chromosome Level
  59. Rugby enthusiasm prompts online marriage bid
  60. Crashed Spacecraft Yields Data on Solar Wind
  61. Apple's Missed Opportunity With Leopard Delay
  62. EFF Interviewed About Their Case Against AT&T
  63. IBM Seeking 'Patent-Protection-Racket' Patent
  64. Evidence of Steganography in Real Criminal Cases
  65. New GPS Navigator Relies On 'Wisdom of the Crowds'
  66. High-Tech Vest Lets Gamers Take a Hit
  67. New England Patriots Obtain Online Ticket Reseller Names
  68. Vonage Goes To Court III - The AT&T Suit
  69. Tracking Online Cheaters in Poker
  70. Microsoft offers Latin market a Zune of their own
  71. Woz Still Misses Homebrew Computer Club and Apple
  72. Vonage says sued by AT&T for patent infringement
  73. Radiohead May Have Made $6-$10 Million on Name-Your Cost Album
  74. Skype to sell first cell phone through 3: source
  75. RealPlayer Zero-Day Flaw Under Attack
  76. Vonage says sued by AT&T for patent infringement
  77. Mythbusters to Test Cockroach Radiation Myth
  78. AT&T says plans to participate in wireless auction
  79. Court Upholds Internet Deregulation
  80. TV Links Raided, Operator Arrested
  81. AT&T says plans to participate in wireless auction
  82. eBay The Vote
  83. WiMax Folded Into 3G 'Family'
  84. FCC Plan Will Result in Freedom Of or From the Press?
  85. Standard Web Fonts 'Updated' In Vista
  86. 360 And Halo 3 Push Past the Wii's Sales
  87. Slashdot's Setup, Part 1- Hardware
  88. Comcast Confirmed as Discriminating Against FileSharing Traffic
  89. Star Wars Television Series Moving Forward
  90. Adobe Intends To Move All of Its Applications Online
  91. The Future of Trusted Linux Computing
  92. Neuro-Reckoning May Reduce MMOG Time Lag
  93. Microsoft Planning to Buy Open Source Companies?
  94. "Halo 3" drives September U.S. video game sales
  95. Evolution and the 'Wisdom of Crowds'
  96. Giant Atmospheric Waves Filmed Over Iowa
  97. Microsoft plans smaller deals
  98. Cellphone Use On Planes Coming Soon?
  99. Little Old Lady Hammers Comcast
  100. First Details of Windows 7 Emerge
  101. Microsoft plans smaller deals, "independent" path
  102. Senator Slaps Down FISA Telecom Immunity
  103. "Halo 3" drives September U.S. video game sales
  104. Robotic Cannon Loses Control, Kills 9
  105. SanDisk results beat estimates on non-U.S. sales
  106. Law Firm Claims Copyright on View of HTML Source
  107. Microsoft plans smaller deals, 'independent' path
  108. North American chip equipment orders fall in Sept
  109. Media companies in copyright pact, Google absent
  110. Microsoft plans smaller deals, 'independent' path
  111. The Real Problem With the US Patent System
  112. Viacom Puts the Daily Show Archive Online
  113. Seven States Extend Microsoft Antitrust Judgment
  114. Media companies in copyright pact, Google absent
  115. NHL players to try out new heated skates
  116. New Flavour of Spam - MP3 Stock Scams
  117. Media companies in copyright pact, Google absent
  118. Nokia Takes Third Swing at Internet Tablet
  119. Microsoft plans "independent" path
  120. Online music choices grow
  121. Why Can't I Buy A CableCARD Ready Set-Top Box?
  122. High-Res Scan of Mona Lisa Reveals Its History
  123. Microsoft CEO eyes small -- not big -- acquisitions
  124. Media companies reach copyright pact
  125. NHL players to try out new heated skates
  126. Google to Offer Online Personal Health Records
  127. Monster Black Hole Busts Theory
  128. Infrequent Anonymous Cowards Reliable on Wikipedia
  129. Invisible Solar Nano Cells Promise Clean Energy
  130. Computer Software to Predict the Unpredictable
  131. Beyond Nobel, Hard Drives Get Smart
  132. Usenet.com May Find Safe Harbor From RIAA lawsuit
  133. Switch to Digital Television Picking up Steam
  134. Man Hacks 911 System, Sends SWAT on Bogus Raid
  135. GPU Gems 3
  136. Bill Introduced to Congress Would Allow ID Theft Restitution
  137. TSA to Contractors - Encrypt Your Laptops
  138. Steve Jobs Announces iPhone SDK
  139. History of Slashdot Part 3- Going Corporate
  140. Do OpenOffice Users Save In Microsoft Format?
  141. Cheap phones lift Nokia's profits
  142. Unofficial Patch For Windows URI Hole
  143. MySpace opens up to developers
  144. BBC to cut 1,800 jobs as it confronts digital age
  145. First Ever Web Design Survey Results
  146. Solo games live on in multiplayer world
  147. Media companies seen in copyright pact
  148. White House Wins On Spying, Telecom Immunity
  149. Solo games live on in multiplayer world
  150. Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" Is Out
  151. MySpace makes move on Facebook
  152. BBC to cut 1,800 jobs as it confronts digital age
  153. How to Dodge the Chinese Internet Censor
  154. IMF's top economist blogs
  155. Sony to sell PS3 chip production lines to Toshiba
  156. Google says working to solve health record dilemma
  157. Adobe sees full shift to Web
  158. Apple Adds Memory Randomization To Leopard
  159. Evidence Found for Earliest Modern Humans
  160. MySpace makes move on Facebook
  161. IMF's top economist blogs
  162. "Daily Show" gets own Web site
  163. Media companies seen in copyright pact
  164. Sony to launch cheaper PlayStation 3
  165. Media cos to disclose copyright pact today: report
  166. China anti-piracy battle "will take generations"
  167. Sony to sell PS3 chip production lines to Toshiba
  168. Sony to sell new 40GB PlayStation 3 in U.S.
  169. 'Bionic' Nerve To Repair Damaged Limbs and Organs
  170. MySpace opens up to developers in move on Facebook
  171. Google to Offer Online Personal Health Records
  172. Monster Black Hole Busts Theory
  173. Adobe sees full shift to Web coming in next decade
  174. Infrequent Anonymous Cowards Reliable on Wikipedia
  175. Invisible Solar Nano Cells Promise Clean Energy
  176. Computer Software to Predict the Unpredictable
  177. Usenet.com May Find Safe Harbor From RIAA lawsuit
  178. Name-Your-Cost Radiohead Album Pirated More Than Purchased
  179. Beyond Nobel, Hard Drives Get Smart
  180. Usenet.com May Find Safe Harbor From RIAA lawsuit
  181. HP widens PC market lead; Dell back to growth--IDC
  182. Switch to Digital Television Picking up Steam
  183. Man Hacks 911 System, Sends SWAT on Bogus Raid
  184. Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone
  185. Nokia unveils N810 Internet Tablet
  186. Next New Networks buys "Obama Girl" site
  187. GPU Gems 3
  188. Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone
  189. Senator goes after cell phone fees, contracts
  190. Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone
  191. Best Buy pulls plug on analog TV
  192. Bill Introduced to Congress Would Allow ID Theft Restitution
  193. U.S. and U.N. to cooperate on global digital library
  194. Sprint plans QChat walkie-talkies for 2008
  195. Samsung to launch its first-ever GPS phone
  196. TSA to Contractors - Encrypt Your Laptops
  197. Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone
  198. Steve Jobs Announces iPhone SDK
  199. Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone
  200. History of Slashdot Part 3- Going Corporate
  201. EU targets governments over electronic waste rules
  202. Swearing at Work is Bleeping Good For You
  203. Eight PS3 'Supercomputer' Ponders Gravity Waves
  204. Ancestry.com parent sold for $300 million
  205. Ancestry.com parent sold for $300 million
  206. Olympus aims for 20 pct Digital SLR camera share
  207. Sex, Nazi, burrito and Viagra: Who Googles what?
  208. USPTO Rejects Amazon's One-Click Patent
  209. Sprint to offer touch-screen phone
  210. Yahoo! Accused of Lying to Congress about Chinese Journalist
  211. Apple's "Leopard" to hit stores Oct. 26
  212. Sprint to offer touch-screen phone
  213. Samsung to launch its first-ever GPS phone
  214. Spam Hits 95% of All Email
  215. Bill would let ID theft victims seek restitution
  216. SAP says to buy software company YASU
  217. BBC Quietly Announces Linux/Mac iPlayer
  218. Apple's Leopard to hit stores Oct. 26
  219. Skype to offer free calls on MySpace
  220. MySpace, Skype to offer calls on social network
  221. Geek and Gadgets Set Cross-US Speed Record
  222. Sanyo gives up on chip unit sale amid credit crunch
  223. Electronic Paper's Past and Future
  224. Sanyo gives up on chip unit sale amid credit crunch
  225. South Korea to let Microsoft drop antitrust appeal
  226. Cisco Offices Raided, Execs Arrested In Brazil
  227. Sanyo gives up on sale of chip unit
  228. Apple's new operating system to hit stores Oct 26
  229. OSI Approves Microsoft Ms-PL and Ms-RL
  230. Bill would let ID theft victims seek restitution
  231. RIAA Sues Usenet.com
  232. Apple's new operating system to hit stores Oct 26
  233. MySpace, Skype to offer calls on social network
  234. US House Votes To Renew Internet Tax Ban
  235. Apple's new operating system to hit stores Oct 26
  236. Format Standards Committee "Grinds To a Halt"
  237. "All Quiet Alert" Issued For the Sun
  238. Microsoft sees fast unified communications growth
  239. New businesses seen key to Google growth long-term
  240. Attacking Criminal Networks On the Internet
  241. OS X Leopard Ships On October 26th
  242. Amazon EC2 Open To All
  243. Vista Runs Out of Memory While Copying Files
  244. MySpace in ad-supported music deal with Sony BMG
  245. Samsung to launch its first-ever GPS phone
  246. What if Google Had to Design For Google?
  247. Napster relaunches with Web-enabled platform
  248. Apple's new operating system to hit stores Oct 26
  249. Adobe says BBC to use new video technology
  250. Forget peace. Americans want a computer this holiday