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  1. Hard disk pioneers win physics Nobel
  2. Last Chance to Sign Up for 10-Year Anniversary Party
  3. Hard disk pioneers win 2007 physics Nobel
  4. Google Patents Shipping-Container Data Centers
  5. Police use of Tasers causes few injuries?
  6. Time Dimension To Become Space-like
  7. Hard disk pioneers win physics Nobel
  8. eBay Sellers Seething Over Targeted Ads
  9. Churches Use Halo To Spread the Word, Raise Eyebrows
  10. Shopping cart goes high-tech
  11. Sony to cut PS3 prices and add new model in Japan
  12. Jordan jails royal critic over e-mails
  13. OpenOffice.org 2.3 Review
  14. Hard disk pioneers win physics Nobel
  15. Skype co-founder says eBay overpaid for firm
  16. .Asia Internet Domain Launched
  17. Nanotechnology pioneers win physics Nobel
  18. TiVo, Realnetworks in Rhapsody music deal
  19. Google To Monetize Content From Consenting YouTubers
  20. Ballmer Suggests Linux Distros Will Soon Have to Pay Up
  21. Nanotechnology pioneers win physics Nobel
  22. BitTorrent moves from piracy to video streaming
  23. Nanotechnology pioneers win physics Nobel
  24. Microsoft Offers Further Open Source Patent Threats
  25. Canadian Mint Claims Rights To Words "One Cent"
  26. TiVo, Realnetworks in Rhapsody music deal
  27. Jordan jails royal critic over e-mails
  28. Sony to cut PS3 prices in Japan and offer new model
  29. Interpol Unscrambles Doctored Photo In Manhunt
  30. Sony to cut PS3 prices in Japan and offer new model
  31. UK Moves To Allow Human Hybrid Experiments
  32. Australia challenges Japan whaling on YouTube
  33. The Dark Side of Iapetus
  34. Nominate SysAdmin of the Year By Oct. 12
  35. Sun Micro introduces servers based on new chip
  36. Australia challenges Japan whaling on YouTube
  37. Countering the Arguments Against Unbundling Windows
  38. MS's Hilf Named Windows Server Marketer
  39. MS's Hilf's Named Windows Server Marketer
  40. Google Hopes to Disaggregate Carriers with gPhone
  41. Vonage Settles Patent Suit With Sprint-Nextel
  42. Stem Cell Targeting Wins First Nobel of 2007
  43. Seagate Releases Hybrid Hard Drive
  44. Google and IBM to Provide Cloud Computing to Students
  45. Man Claims iPod Set His Pants Aflame
  46. Google shares cross $600 threshold for first time
  47. Heart Corset to Reduce Congestive Heart Failure
  48. How Not to Write a Cease-and-Desist Letter
  49. Tivo Tries, Cancels PayPerPost Ad Strategy
  50. Google shares cross $600 threshold for first time
  51. Brain Heatsink Could Reduce Epilepsy
  52. Is the Internet Bad For Professional Writers
  53. Adobe Confirms Unpatched PDF Backdoor
  54. Tivo Tries, Cancels PayPerPost Ad Stretegy
  55. Bangladeshi develops humanoid robot from scrap
  56. Futuristic car makes reversing obsolete
  57. Bangladeshi develops humanoid robot from scrap
  58. NASA Building Giant Roller Coaster For Science
  59. 'Neurotic' is Best RTS strategy
  60. Futuristic car makes reversing obsolete
  61. Bangladeshi develops humanoid robot from scrap
  62. Zune plays new tune with social networking
  63. New Hope for Jackson Hobbit Film?
  64. In the UK, Possession of the Anarchist's Cookbook Is Terrorism
  65. Zune plays new tune with social networking
  66. Microsoft's Ballmer: Google Reads Your Mail
  67. Thunderbird in Crisis?
  68. New Head of EMI Says 'Embrace Digital Music or Die'
  69. Scientists Deliver 'God' Via A Helmet
  70. Samsung shipping new phones with Broadcom chips
  71. Listening To The Radio At Work? Prepare To Be Sued
  72. Ticketmaster Claims Hacking Over Ticket Resale Site
  73. Corporate Encouragement For Sharing Your WiFi
  74. Radiohead album bets on fast release
  75. Googlestalking For Covert NSA Research Funding
  76. Windows XP SP3 Build 3205 Released w/ New Features
  77. Most Users Think They Have AntiVirus Protection, While Only Half Do
  78. New Head of EMI Says 'Embrace Digitial Music or Die'
  79. Teachers Give ERP Implementations Failing Grades
  80. Eisner's Web mystery "Prom Queen" heads overseas
  81. X-Wing Rocket Launches, Disintegrates
  82. Logfiles Made Interesting with glTail
  83. Logfiles Made Interesting with Fudgie
  84. Linux on the Desktop Doubles in 2007
  85. iPhone Business Model Hits a Snag in France
  86. Microsoft Offers IE7 to All, Pirates Included
  87. Video-on-Demand Success in France Deters Piracy
  88. Japanese Stealth Fighter Announced as 'Return of the Zero'
  89. US Scientist Creates Artificial Life
  90. Working Around Patents with Evolutionary Design
  91. Purpose of Appendix Believed Found
  92. Ecuador Tax Agency Closes Microsoft Branch Offices
  93. Amiga Inc. Reveals Further Info About Amiga OS5
  94. Apple Sued Over iPhone Bricking
  95. White House Lauds MN RIAA Win, Analysis of Victory
  96. Japanese Online Connectivity Ahead of EU/US
  97. A New Map of the Internet
  98. Lessons To Learn From The OLPC Project
  99. Video of Wild Crow Tool Use Caught With Tail Cams
  100. FCC Declines To Probe Disclosure of Phone Records
  101. Designing Software With Privacy in Mind
  102. MPAA Chases Uploads, Ignores Open Sales of DVD-Rs?
  103. ASUS Motherboard Ships With Embedded Linux
  104. Japanese Bureaucrats Reprimanded for Wikipedia Editing
  105. Adams' Dirk Gently Serialized on BBC Radio
  106. Novell to SCO - Pay Up
  107. RIAA Conceals Overturned Case
  108. iPhone Business Model Hits a Snag in France
  109. Microsoft Offers IE7 to All, Pirates Included
  110. Video-on-Demand Success in France Deters Piracy
  111. Pro gamers spurn geek stereotype as go mainstream
  112. Radiohead album bets on fast release
  113. Japanese Stealth Fighter Announced as 'Return of the Zero'
  114. US Scientist Creates Artificial Life
  115. Working Around Patents with Evolutionary Design
  116. Purpose of Appendix Believed Found
  117. Ecuador Tax Agency Closes Microsoft Branch Offices
  118. Amiga Inc. Reveals Further Info About Amiga OS5
  119. Apple Sued Over iPhone Bricking
  120. White House Lauds MN RIAA Win, Analysis of Victory
  121. Japanese Online Connectivity Ahead of EU/US
  122. A New Map of the Internet
  123. Lessons To Learn From The OLPC Project
  124. Video of Wild Crow Tool Use Caught With Tail Cams
  125. McDonald's launches free Wi-Fi in UK restaurants
  126. Spontaneous Brain Activity and Human Behavior
  127. Super-Light Plastic As Strong as Steel
  128. Stem Cells Change Man's DNA
  129. Facebook Gets New Integrated IM Client
  130. FCC won't probe disclosure of phone records
  131. FCC won't probe disclosure of phone records
  132. Space Money Invented For Space Tourists
  133. Retailers Fighting To No Longer Store Credit Data
  134. U.S. FCC won't probe disclosure of phone records
  135. Booze Cruise video game gives ****s reality check
  136. Booze Cruise video game gives ****s reality check
  137. What is the Best Way to Start a Paid GPL Project?
  138. Missing Potential Earth-Busting Asteroid Found
  139. Court Puts Further Limits on Software Patents
  140. China Now Blocking RSS Feeds
  141. Sony to start selling 40GB PS3 in Europe next week
  142. "Halo" creators to split from Microsoft
  143. Microsoft "Halo" creators to be separate company
  144. Ask Rob Malda
  145. Official - Bungie Departing Microsoft
  146. Open Invention Network Calls Out Microsoft
  147. ZFS Set To Eventually Play Larger Role in OSX
  148. Judges Reinstate Charges In Google Age Discrimination Suit
  149. Researchers May Have Found Cause of Type 2 Diabetes
  150. Sony to start Europe sales of 40GB PS3 next week
  151. Microsoft "Halo" creators to be separate company
  152. Alcatel-Lucent says remains key AT&T supplier
  153. Microsoft "Halo" creators to be separate company
  154. Alcatel-Lucent says remains key AT&T supplier
  155. Analyst says Yahoo worth more if broken up
  156. Analyst says Yahoo worth more if broken up
  157. Cracked Linux Boxes Used to Wield Windows Botnets
  158. Internet Explorer Drops WGA Requirement
  159. Don't want an iPod? Lots of choices available
  160. Alcatel-Lucent shares down on AT&T report
  161. IBM Ditches Outsourcing Patent
  162. Alcatel-Lucent shares down on AT&T report
  163. 2007 Ig Nobel Awards Announced
  164. Alcatel-Lucent shares down on AT&T report
  165. Alcatel-Lucent may lose some business with AT&T: report
  166. SAS CEO Blasts Old-School Schooling
  167. DHS Injects Itself With DDoS
  168. 2.5 Mile Deep Hole Drilled Into San Andreas Fault
  169. Verdict Reached In RIAA Trial
  170. Getting Gouged by Geeks
  171. The New Moon Race
  172. Wal-Mart's Faltering RFID Initiative
  173. Don't want an iPod? Lots of choices available
  174. Microsoft says "Halo" 1st-week sales were $300 mln
  175. DX10 - How Far Have We Come?
  176. David Pogue Reviews the XO Laptop
  177. Microsoft says "Halo" 1st-week sales were $300 mln
  178. David Pougue Reviews the XO Laptop
  179. Copy Protection Backfires on Blu-ray
  180. Microsoft launches Web site to hold medical records
  181. openSUSE 10.3 Public Release
  182. Microsoft Working On Health Information 'Vault' System
  183. Scientists Develop Cyborg Interface Algorithm
  184. Undocumented Bypass in PGP Whole Disk Encryption
  185. Rate of Evolution Metrics Observed
  186. Nintendo gets touchy with new "Zelda"
  187. Travel,TV feed religious tensions: U.N. chief
  188. Nintendo gets touchy with new "Zelda"
  189. No work-free holidays or homelife? You're not alone
  190. Xen Security Issue Patched
  191. Britney Spears tops digital download chart
  192. Nokia Siemens seen in joint venture until 2013
  193. O2 UK digs deep for iPhone advertising splash
  194. Antarctic Ozone Hole Shrinks 30 Percent
  195. James Randi Posts $1M Award On Speaker Cables
  196. Testimony Wraps In RIAA Trial
  197. Yahoo, eBay work to block phishing
  198. Nokia Siemens seen in joint venture until 2013
  199. Judge Voids Un-Auditable California Election
  200. Spam-scam crackdown nets $2 billion in fake checks
  201. Google says closing gap with China rival
  202. Spam-scam crackdown nets $2 billion in fake checks
  203. O2 UK digs deep for iPhone advertising splash
  204. The Next Leap for Linux
  205. Smart meters to cut energy costs
  206. iPod cheap in Hong Kong, but a Brazil bank-breaker
  207. Sony PSP Japan sales hit record high
  208. iPod cheap in Hong Kong, but a Brazil bank-breaker
  209. Verizon unveils iPhone rival
  210. George Takei Now an Asteroid
  211. Adding Capsaicin Improves Anesthetic Treatment
  212. iPod cheap in Hong Kong, but a Brazil bank-breaker
  213. Verizon unveils iPhone rival
  214. Verizon unveils iPhone rival
  215. Trans-Atlantic Robots
  216. Federal Government Inadvertently Deleted Ca.Gov
  217. D.C. Commuters to be Scanned With Infrared Cameras
  218. Federal Government Inadvertently Deleted Ca.Gov
  219. Self-Tuning Electric Guitar
  220. PEBKAC Still Plagues PC Security
  221. UC Berkeley Posts Full Lectures to YouTube
  222. GAO Report Slams FCC
  223. Spam-scam crackdown nets $2 billion in fake checks
  224. O2 UK digs deep for iPhone advertising splash
  225. Spam-scam crackdown nets $2 billion in fake checks
  226. Britney Spears tops digital download chart
  227. New Sensor Finds Leaks in Spacecraft
  228. GIMP 2 for Photographers
  229. Verizon unveils iPhone rival
  230. New Dinosaur Species Discovery In Utah Released
  231. Scientist invents computer pillow to stop snoring
  232. Open.NET — .NET Libraries Go "Open Source"
  233. Scientist invents computer pillow to stop snoring
  234. Rocket-Powered 21-Foot Long X-Wing Actually Flies
  235. ZOMG New Zunes
  236. A Brief History of Slashdot Part 1, Chips & Dips
  237. Microsoft Marketing to OS Pirates, Just Agree to Audits!
  238. Nokia and Renault team up in navigation drive
  239. Blockbuster's online DVD subscribers seen down
  240. Indiana Jones Gets Robbed
  241. Microsoft Marketing to OS Pirates, Just Agree to Audits!
  242. German Court Rules That Websites Can't Retain Logged IPs
  243. Sony BMG Says Ripping CDs is Stealing
  244. Sun Refuses LGPL for OpenOffice; Novell forks
  245. Adobe Releases Flex Builder Linux Alpha
  246. Verizon unveils iPhone rival
  247. Big names for Disney's "Turok" video game
  248. Cell phone helps Japanese stay fit
  249. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes
  250. NTT DoCoMo aims to make phone swiping obsolete