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  1. Apple taking orders for new operating system
  2. MySpace in ad-supported music deal with Sony BMG
  3. Critic of Software Patents Wins Nobel Prize in Economics
  4. AT&T changes fee policy for customer contracts
  5. Nokia to launch touch-screen version of S60 software
  6. Ubuntu On Dell After Four Months
  7. Napster relaunches with Web-enabled platform
  8. Ticketmaster wins court order vs. mass purchases
  9. EDGE Can Out-Perform 3G; Here's Why
  10. Jammie Appeals, Citing "Excessive" Damages
  11. Why ISS Computers Failed
  12. "Die Hard" DVD will include computer file
  13. Inside Comcast's Surveillance Policies
  14. Digital recorders do little for TV ratings
  15. Gore's Current TV enlists Web users to shape news
  16. Ticketmaster wins court order vs. mass purchases
  17. Led Zeppelin Agrees To Digital Distribution
  18. AT&T video rollout hits Conn. regulatory roadblock
  19. Adobe says BBC to use new video technology
  20. Racketeering Trial of MS and Best Buy Can Proceed
  21. U.S. broadcasters to use prime time for DTV campaign
  22. Phone carriers quiet on U.S. surveillance program
  23. Governator Kills Data Protection Law
  24. New Plastic to Cut CO2 Emissions and Purify Water
  25. AOL Cutting 2000 Additional Jobs
  26. Microsoft Wants To Read Your Brain
  27. **** Spammers Get Five Years Each
  28. Microsoft Wants to Read Your Brain
  29. Virgin Atlantic 747 to test biofuel in early 2008
  30. Spain's top 3 cell phone companies probed for collusion
  31. Using Social Networking Tools to Write a Book
  32. NASA Announces 120 Small Research Projects
  33. Does Computer Use Actually Cause Carpal Tunnel?
  34. Virgin Atlantic 747 to test biofuel in early 2008
  35. Slashdot 10-Year Anniversary Charity Auction for the EFF
  36. Broadcom unveils integrated 3G chip, shares rise
  37. Australians Running On-Line Poll Based Senators
  38. Sony Ericsson sells half of UIQ to Motorola
  39. Xerox's 'Intelligent Redaction' Scanners
  40. T-Systems wins German mobile TV frequencies
  41. What's Really Broken with Windows Update - Trust
  42. Saturn's Moons Harboring Water?
  43. Nokia unveils 2135 CDMA phone
  44. Michael Dell says Linux Server Sales are Up
  45. Nokia starts shipping N95 with 8 gigabyte memory
  46. Sony Ericsson sells half of UIQ to Motorola
  47. Digital deal nudging music into living rooms
  48. Monsanto increases investment in Mendel
  49. Blog Action Day
  50. Philips medical unit disappoints, shares drop
  51. Nokia unveils 2135 CDMA phone
  52. The Pirate Bay Takes Over Anti-Piracy Domain
  53. Nokia starts shipping N95 with 8 gigabyte memory
  54. Digital deal nudging music into living rooms
  55. Hitachi Promises 4-TB Hard Drives By 2011
  56. Digital deal nudging music into living rooms
  57. Best Way To Teach Oneself Math?
  58. Pentagon Urges Space-Based Solar Power
  59. Promising Blood Test for Alzheimer's
  60. Ubuntu's Power Consumption Tested
  61. Verizon Wireless Opt-Out Plan For Customer Records
  62. Getting Grubby & Demystifying Linux Booting
  63. Microwind Generator For Low Power Systems
  64. Sharp's Tiny LCD Doubles As Scanner
  65. Pogue and the Bogusness of Advanced Gadget Reviews
  66. OpenOffice.org 3.0 Wants to Compete with Outlook
  67. Microwind Generator for Low Power Systems
  68. Google Phone Rumors Solidifying
  69. Fish Poison Makes Hot Feel Cold and Vice Versa
  70. Web Accessibility Gets a Boost In California Court
  71. Bill Gates Denied Visa To Nigeria
  72. Profile of the Russian Business Network
  73. Making Your Code OSS-Appealing?
  74. IU's Choice of Search Engine ChaCha "Explained"
  75. Google's Ban of an Anti-MoveOn.org Ad
  76. Solar Cells Crystallized Out of Molten Silicon
  77. Intel X38 High End Chipset Launch and Benchmarks
  78. Florida Literally Scraps Touch-Screen Voting
  79. Blade Runner, The Final Cut
  80. Consumer Group Demands XP for Vista Victims
  81. Human-Robot Love and Marriage
  82. Google Vows to Increase Gmail Limit
  83. Freeware FPS Alien Arena 2007 Reviewed
  84. New Apps Enable Social Network Snubbing
  85. New Car Sensor System Simulates Birds-Eye View
  86. Universal and Sony Plan "Free" Music Service
  87. EA Denies DRM Problems With Sims 2
  88. Canadian ISP Co-Op Shows Upside of Line Sharing
  89. Meet the 5-Watt, Tiny, fit–PC
  90. Dr. Bussard Passes Away, Polywell Fusion Continues
  91. Oracle's $6.7 Billion Bid for BEA Turned Down
  92. Inside Nvidia's Testing Facilities
  93. Simon Pegg to Play Scotty
  94. The Making of System Shock 2
  95. Air Force to Get "Cyber Sidearms"
  96. Dr Bussard Passes Away, Polywell Fusion Continues
  97. Airlines Have to Ask Permission to Fly 72 Hours Early
  98. Kodak to end Olympics sponsorship after 2008 games
  99. Wii 'Popularity Bubble' to Burst?
  100. Kodak to end Olympics sponsorship after '08 games
  101. Chinese Internet Censorship Operation Revealed
  102. T-Mobile Phone Unlocking Lawsuit May Proceed
  103. Skype co-founder says forecasts overshot
  104. Rob Malda Answers Your Questions
  105. Google, Random House move closer on book search
  106. NASA Spaceship Scouts Out Prime Mars Landing Spots
  107. Ad dollars flood Web, but will they go far enough?
  108. Nokia slashes hit phone price
  109. France to strengthen video surveillance system
  110. First Actual CPU Energy Use Statistics Published
  111. US Faces $100 Billion Fine For Web Gambling Ban
  112. Al Gore Shares Nobel Peace Prize with UN Panel
  113. 'Hybrid' HDD Technology To Allow Data Access Without Booting
  114. French flat TV screen sales rise due rugby cup-GfK
  115. Skype and UK's 3 working on mobile Internet phone
  116. Skype and UK's 3 working on mobile Internet phone
  117. Amended Internet Tax Ban Will Not Include VoIP
  118. Linux Patent Infringement Lawsuit Filed Against Red Hat/Novell
  119. Kodak to end Olympics sponsorship after 2008 games
  120. France to strengthen video surveillance system
  121. Al Gore Shares Nobel Peace Prize with UN panel
  122. Kodak to end Olympics sponsorship after 2008 games
  123. Hard Drive Imports to be Banned?
  124. Nokia slashes hit phone price ahead of Christmas
  125. How the U.S. Became Switchboard to the World
  126. Touch-based Handhelds Turned Inside Out
  127. DARPA Testing Numenta's Brain Tech
  128. Quantum Crypto in the Real World
  129. Orion Nebula Gets New Milepost Marker, Now Closer
  130. Microsoft Flip-Flops On URI Protocol Handing Flaw
  131. Electronic Arts Purchases BioWare, Pandemic
  132. Nintendo says to keep Wii console price at $249
  133. The Russian Mafia Doesn't Like Spam Either
  134. Nintendo says to keep Wii console price at $249
  135. Low-tech Inventions That Help Change Lives
  136. Comcast says rolling out TiVo-enabled boxes
  137. Italy launches auction for WiMAX licenses
  138. New Telescope Array Goes Live For SETI
  139. Red Hat Vows To Stand Up To Patent Intimidation
  140. Comcast says rolling out TiVo-enabled boxes
  141. Qwest Punished by NSA for Non-Cooperation
  142. Future may be murky for Yahoo and newspaper alliance
  143. Tree-frog inspires new super glue
  144. ICANN Mulling Multilingual URLs
  145. Smokers may find redemption on cell phones
  146. Paramount Casts New James T. Kirk
  147. Mom Blasts Ballmer Over Kid's Vista Experience
  148. "Assassin's Creed" stalks into stores soon
  149. YouTube lets users map videos onto Google Earth
  150. Tree-frog inspires new super glue
  151. FCC Weighs Net Access Charge Decision
  152. YouTube lets users map videos onto Google Earth
  153. Wikipedia moves to San Francisco
  154. InterDigital expands patent deal with RIM
  155. "Assassin's Creed" stalks into stores soon
  156. "Wiki the Vote" Project Open-Sources Candidate Info
  157. Motorola unveils seven new W series handsets
  158. IBM, Linden Labs Call For Portable Avatars
  159. How Microsoft Inadvertently Helps To Fund FOSS
  160. YouTube lets users map videos onto Google Earth
  161. Satellite helps small phone companies get into TV
  162. AT&T wireless chief to retire
  163. How Microsoft Inadvertantly Helps To Fund FOSS
  164. Is Video RAM a Good Swap Device?
  165. "Assassin's Creed" stalks into stores soon
  166. RIM and Eatoni to work on text keyboard technology
  167. Has Wikipedia Peaked?
  168. "Assassin's Creed" stalks into stores soon
  169. Dragonfly-Sized Insect Spies Spotted, Denied
  170. Nintendo's Wii gets Fit
  171. Alienware Puts 64GB Solid-State Drives In Desktops
  172. Ohio Official Docked Vacation Time For Stolen Tape
  173. Greenpeace tracks whales online
  174. AT&T Issues Formal 'Censorship' Apology
  175. Gameworld: "Assassin's Creed" stalks into stores soon
  176. Nintendo's Wii gets Fit
  177. Nintendo's Wii gets Fit
  178. Nintendo's Wii gets Fit
  179. Ohio Official Docked Vacation Time for Stolen Tape
  180. Japan Moon Probe Snaps First Photos
  181. Companies altering virtual world strategies
  182. CORRECTED: Companies shifting virtual world strategies
  183. The Evolution of Language
  184. Businesses Spend 20% of IT Budgets on Security
  185. NSSO on Space Based Solar Power
  186. Admins Accuse Microsoft of Hotmail Cap
  187. Companies shifting virtual world strategies
  188. FCC faces Internet decision on AT&T, Qwest
  189. Adobe says Acrobat, Reader vulnerable to hacks
  190. Data Centers in Strange Places
  191. Canonical Chases Deal to Ship Ubuntu Server OS
  192. RIM and Eatoni to work on text keyboard technology
  193. New Phone Wants to be Your Personal Trainer
  194. Ex-HP CEO Carly Fiorina Hired By Fox News
  195. RIM and Eatoni to work on text keyboard technology
  196. Cracking Go
  197. Beatles reunited online as Harrison goes digital
  198. RIM and Eatoni to work on text keyboard technology
  199. Mozilla to Develop Mobile Firefox
  200. Michael Dell sees surprisingly fast mobile growth
  201. FCC chief rebuffs wireless auction rule changes
  202. High Performance Web Sites
  203. Adobe Acrobat, Reader vulnerable to hacks
  204. EU privacy body to take months on Google probe
  205. Fairly Realistic Flying Car Offered for 2009 Delivery
  206. Get Speed-Booting with an Open BIOS
  207. Linspire Releases Controversial Version 6.0
  208. A Brief History of Slashdot Part 2, Explosions
  209. Ex-HP CEO Carly Fiorina Hired by Fox News
  210. Google-Doubleclick deal seen winning approval
  211. A Google Blunder- the Sad Story of Urchin
  212. Google-Doubleclick deal seen winning approval
  213. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game
  214. Hacking the Presidential Election
  215. Pluto Probe Makes Discoveries at Jupiter
  216. Open borders sought for virtual worlds
  217. iPhone, iPod Touch 1.1.1 Firmwares Jailbroken
  218. Microsoft Releases IIS FastCGI Module
  219. Online bid for rich husband deemed poor offer
  220. Censor's grip tightening on Internet in China
  221. Google buys instant-message startup Jaiku
  222. China "e" bikes silently drive lead demand
  223. Second Life, IBM in open borders for virtual worlds
  224. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game
  225. Researchers Aim To "Read Minds" of PC Users
  226. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game
  227. Samsung SDI to double ultra thin flat screen output
  228. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game
  229. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game
  230. Yahoo Exec Says "Enough DRM"
  231. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game in Japan
  232. Nintendo to launch Wii Fit game in Japan
  233. Second Life, IBM in open borders for virtual worlds
  234. Linux Kernel v2.6.23 Released
  235. Juror From RIAA Trial Speaks
  236. Cubans go to unusual lengths to post blogs
  237. KDE Readies KOffice 2.0 As OpenOffice Competitor
  238. Cubans go to unusual lengths to post blogs
  239. Stalling Cars Via OnStar
  240. Google buys Finnish instant-message startup Jaiku
  241. Banked Blood May Not Be As Effective As Hoped
  242. Google buys Finnish instant-message startup Jaiku
  243. With OES 2.0, Novell Moves NetWare To Linux
  244. Toshiba recalls adapters for portable DVD players
  245. Self-Sufficient Lunar Habitat Designed
  246. Shopping cart goes high-tech
  247. TiVo's Comcast roll-out behind schedule
  248. Mandriva Linux 2008 Now Available
  249. AT&T to buy spectrum from Aloha for $2.5 billion
  250. TiVo's Comcast roll-out behind schedule