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  1. Cell phone helps Japanese stay fit
  2. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes
  3. NTT DoCoMo aims to make phone swiping obsolete
  4. Cell phone helps Japanese stay fit
  5. Verizon unveils iPhone rival for holiday shoppers
  6. Verizon unveils iPhone rival for holiday shoppers
  7. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes to take on iPod
  8. Chinese Security Site Under New Kind of Attack
  9. Verizon unveils iPhone rival for holiday shoppers
  10. Verizon unveils iPhone rival for holiday shoppers
  11. OOXML Critic Fired From Finnish Standards Board
  12. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes to take on iPod
  13. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes to take on iPod
  14. Big names for Disney's "Turok" video game
  15. Help To Map Light Pollution
  16. Choice Overload In Parallel Programming
  17. Microsoft rolls out new Zunes to take on iPod
  18. Titan's Tropical Weather
  19. Survey Finds Canadians Support Net Neutrality Law
  20. IBM Patents Checking a Box
  21. Major Linux Hardware Donor Is a CNN "Hero"
  22. AT&T and others asked about government access
  23. New Jersey subpoenas Facebook over sex offenders
  24. Verizon, Copper, Fiber, and the Truth
  25. Resolution of BSD-GPL Wireless Code Dispute?
  26. IBM Patents Checking a Box
  27. L.A. professor triggers Myanmar Web shutdown
  28. Lawmaker urges FCC clampdown on access charges
  29. Canada to criminalize identity theft
  30. AT&T, others asked about government access to records
  31. Science In Islamic Countries
  32. AT&T Denies Censorship, Won't Change Contract
  33. Web Creators Call Internet Outdated
  34. AT&T, others asked about govt access to records
  35. Microsoft softens tone on Doubleclick/Google deal
  36. Online Videos May Conduct Viruses
  37. HD Recorder Can Use Standard DVDs
  38. EBay Admits To Bad Call On Skype
  39. NTT DoCoMo aims to make phone swiping obsolete
  40. Major League Baseball signs deal with Medialink
  41. EBay Admits to Bad Call on Skype
  42. AT&T Welcomes Programmers for All Phones Except the iPhone
  43. UK Government Can Demand You Hand Over Encryption Keys
  44. '30 Year Laptop Battery' is Unscientific Myth
  45. Nokia signs video deals with CNN, Sony, others
  46. Carnegie Mellon CAPTCHA Digitization Project Now Underway
  47. Matsu****a to launch advanced Blu-ray recorders
  48. Nokia signs video deals with CNN, Sony, others
  49. World's most boring TV show to measure energy use
  50. MacBooks Experiencing Bluetooth Problems
  51. Nokia signs video deals with CNN, Sony and others
  52. Matsu****a to launch advanced Blu-ray recorders
  53. Alzheimer's Could Be a Third Form of Diabetes
  54. VM-Based Rootkits Proved Easily Detectable
  55. Best Platform For Hobbyist Mobile Development?
  56. Bloggers Who Risked All In Burma
  57. MS Awarded "Best Campaigner Against OOXML"
  58. Torvalds On Pluggable Security Models
  59. Walking for good cause without ever leaving home
  60. Walking for good cause without ever leaving home
  61. Solar Hurricane Rips Off Comet's Tail
  62. Solar Hurricane Rips Off Comet's Tail
  63. Best Way to Build a Searchable Document Index?
  64. Sign Of "Embryonic Planets" Forming In Nearby Stellar Systems
  65. Nokia Buys Navteq for $8.1 Billion
  66. Technology Could Enable Computers To "Read The Minds" Of Users
  67. Printing With Enzymes
  68. Details of Intel 45nm Processors Leaked
  69. Radiohead Says Name Your Own Price for New Album
  70. Microsoft's Larry Osterman On Threat Modeling
  71. Slashdot Turns 10 But You Get The Presents
  72. The 700MHz Question
  73. Nokia responds to iPhone by Promoting 'Open'
  74. Microsoft Prepping Browser-based Word and Excel
  75. Spam Sites Infesting Google Search Results
  76. Groklaw Guts the Novell/Microsoft Deal
  77. EBay slashes Skype deal price
  78. U.S. to scrutinize remote-control toys at airports
  79. Best Way to Build a Searchable Document Index?
  80. Sign Of "Embryonic Planets" Forming In Nearby Stellar Systems
  81. Nokia Buys Navteq for $8.1 Billion
  82. Nokia offers $8.1 bln for Navteq
  83. Technology Could Enable Computers To "Read The Minds" Of Users
  84. Printing With Enzymes
  85. Americans wrong about computer security: poll
  86. Details of Intel 45nm Processors Leaked
  87. Radiohead Says Name Your Own Price for New Album
  88. U.S. urges U.N. patent agency chief to consider quitting
  89. Microsoft's Larry Osterman On Threat Modeling
  90. Slashdot Turns 10 But You Get The Presents
  91. The 700MHz Question
  92. Groklaw Guts the Novell/Microsoft Deal
  93. Wii Japan sales overwhelm PS3
  94. Nokia offers $8.1 bln for Navteq
  95. Italian police charge 11 over file-sharing network
  96. Nokia offers $8.1 billion for Navteq
  97. Nokia responds to iPhone by Promoting 'Open'
  98. Microsoft Prepping Browser-based Word and Excel
  99. Nintendo Wii Japan sales overwhelm PS3 in Apr-Sept
  100. BBC buys Lonely Planet to expand online content
  101. Nokia sees GPS phone lineup expanding
  102. Nokia offers $8.1 billion for Navteq
  103. Spam Sites Infesting Google Search Results
  104. Groklaw Guts the Novell/Microsoft deal
  105. Sony Launches 3mm Thin XEL-1 OLED TV
  106. Sony to launch world's first OLED ultra-thin TV
  107. BBC buys Lonely Planet to expand online content
  108. Nokia offers $8.1 bln for Navteq
  109. Sony to launch world's first OLED ultra-thin TV
  110. Adobe to acquire word processor maker Buzzword
  111. 50 Years Ago, Sputnik Was an Improvised Triumph
  112. Nokia in talks to acquire Navteq: reports
  113. Sony to launch new ultra-thin TV
  114. Blender Compared To the Major 3D Applications
  115. Adobe releases new Flash software for cell phones
  116. Adobe releases new Flash software for mobile phones
  117. Sony to launch new ultra-thin TVs
  118. The World's Languages Are Fast Becoming Extinct
  119. Adobe to acquire word processor maker Buzzword
  120. The Dirty Business of Assembling WiMAX Spectrum
  121. Class-Action Lawsuit Over iPhone Locking?
  122. Virtual Robots Fooled By Visual Illusions
  123. Silicon Valley Culture Originated In Radio Days
  124. Electronic artists find inspiration in vintage gear
  125. A Case Study In GPLv2 / GPLv3 Compatibility
  126. Halo 3 Causing Network Issues
  127. Processor Throttling In Windows XP
  128. Quantum Cryptography Slowed by "Dead Times"
  129. Novel Method for Universal Email Authentication
  130. Rising to the "Science Visualization Challenge"
  131. LA Airport Uses Random Numbers To Catch Terrorists
  132. Debian Refuses To Push Timezone Update For NZ DST
  133. Google May Blur Canadian Faces and License Plates
  134. Coppola Loses All His Data
  135. Amazon MP3 Vs. iTunes Music Store
  136. Olin College — Re-Engineering Engineering
  137. Michael Meeks On ODF and OOXML
  138. Why Is US Grad School Mainly Non-US Students?
  139. Intel To Rebrand Processors In 2008
  140. Falling Hardware Prices Favor Linux
  141. IBM Seeks US Patents For Offshoring US Jobs
  142. What's So Precious About Bad Software?
  143. Internet Blackout in Myanmar Stalls Citizen Report
  144. 'Floating Bridge' Property of Water Found
  145. Hospital Wants Critical Blogger's Anonymity Ended
  146. Satellites confirm reports of Myanmar violence
  147. AT&T Silences Criticism in New Terms of Service
  148. FDIC Closes Netbank, One of the First Online Banks
  149. AMD-ATI Ships Radeon 2900 XT With 1GB Memory
  150. Technology has ****agers and parents talking
  151. NHL unfairly controls teams' Web sites: lawsuit
  152. Mutant Algae to Fuel Cars of Tomorrow?
  153. Backpacker turns Myanmar activist via Facebook
  154. Knight Rider To Ride Again
  155. Backpacker turns Myanmar activist via Facebook
  156. Hollywood studios go after two piracy sites
  157. AMD-ATI Radeon 2900 XT With 1GB Memory, Ships
  158. Bird's-Eye View May Include Magnetic Fields
  159. Apple lowers costs of iPod Nano parts: iSuppli
  160. Intel Chief Evangelist Comments on Linux Scheduler
  161. iPod Nano commercial the Apple of singer Feist's eye
  162. CORRECTED: Apple lowers costs of iPod Nano parts: iSuppli
  163. Satellite Images Used to Monitor Burmese Junta
  164. Powerful Blast Confuses Astronomers
  165. Out With E-Voting, In With M-Voting
  166. Do You Recommend Google Maps API or Microsoft Live Maps?
  167. Newton II - Does The Rumor Have Legs This Time?
  168. Hacked iPhones Confirmed As Bricking With Latest Update
  169. Ohio Net Censorship Law Struck Down
  170. 640gb PCIe Solid-State Drive Demonstrated
  171. U.S. defends Microsoft remedy at international meet
  172. Microsoft Extends XP's Life By 6 Months
  173. Know How To Use a Slide Rule?
  174. Trouble With MS Genuine Office Validation
  175. Monasteries enter the Internet Age
  176. Monasteries enter the Internet Age
  177. Shock! ****agers and parents are talking: report
  178. Jon Udell on the Nerd's Spreadsheet
  179. Replacing a Thinkpad?
  180. Shock! ****agers and parents are talking: report
  181. Motley Fool Says RIAA Hitting a Brick Wall
  182. 1-Click Rejection Rejected
  183. Dutch Commission Deals Blow To Electronic Voting
  184. Shock! ****agers and parents are talking-report
  185. Google Goes After Open Source Licensing Cruft
  186. Internet Uses 9.4% of Electricity In the US
  187. Despite AOL's Claim, AIM Worm Hole Still Wide Open
  188. Mobile WiMAX to Succeed Where Muni WiFi Failed?
  189. Sony Developing Gigapixel Satellite Imaging
  190. Microsoft Should Abandon Vista?
  191. Why Do Commercial Offerings Use Linux, But Not Support Linux Users?
  192. Why Japan Leads the Mobile World
  193. Gmail Vulnerability May Expose User Information
  194. Chicago Developing 'Suspicious Behavior' Monitoring System
  195. Verizon Reverses Itself On Pro-Choice News Texting Ban
  196. The Canadian Taxman Goes Browsing on eBay
  197. Microsoft 'Stealth Update' Proving Problematic
  198. First 'Quantum Computer Chips' Demonstrated
  199. Novell Linux Business Spikes Since Microsoft Deal
  200. Cockroaches at Their Best at Night
  201. Why Municipal Wi-Fi Networks have Been Such a Flop
  202. Novell Makes Linux Driver Project a Reality
  203. Cyber Crime A Distant #3 Priority for FBI
  204. Copier Auto-Translates Japanese to English
  205. Google looking at privacy protections for users
  206. Half of IT Workers Sleep on the Job
  207. When Not to Use chroot
  208. Microsoft says to extend XP sales for five months
  209. Not a "Halo" fan? Other games beckon
  210. Google Goes After Open Source Licensing Cruft
  211. Internet Uses 9.4% of Electricity In the US
  212. IRobot develops gutter cleaner, mobile phone
  213. Disney to halt U.S. mobile phone service at year-end
  214. Despite AOL's Claim, AIM Worm Hole Still Wide Open
  215. Mobile WiMAX to Succeed Where Muni WiFi Failed?
  216. Verizon Wireless to allow abortion rights messages
  217. Sony Developing Gigapixel Satellite Imaging
  218. Microsoft Should Abandon Vista?
  219. Why Do Commercial Offerings Use Linux, But Not Support Linux Users?
  220. Verizon Wireless to allow abortion rights messages
  221. Google looking at privacy protections for users
  222. Europe and U.S. try to calm storm over Microsoft
  223. Democrat Edwards into MySpace, MTV campaigning
  224. Google looking at privacy protections for users
  225. Monasteries enter the Internet Age
  226. Palm enters low-end phone market with Centro
  227. Confess on the Web to ease guilty feelings
  228. Why Japan Leads the Mobile World
  229. Gmail Vulnerability May Expose User Information
  230. Chicago Developing 'Suspicious Behavior' Monitoring System
  231. Execs admit plenty of missteps in new media world
  232. Palm enters low-end phone market with Centro
  233. Confess on the Web to ease guilty feelings
  234. Execs admit plenty of missteps in new media world
  235. Verizon Reverses Itself On Pro-Choice News Texting Ban
  236. Not a "Halo" fan? Other games beckon
  237. Apple and Orange at odds over iPhone deal: report
  238. Intel sets up teacher training program online
  239. The Canadian Taxman Goes Browsing on eBay
  240. Microsoft 'Stealth Update' Proving Problematic
  241. First 'Quantum Computer Chips' Demonstrated
  242. Verizon Wireless to allow abortion rights messages
  243. Verizon Wireless allows abortion rights messaging
  244. Intel sets up teacher training program online
  245. Novell Linux Business Spikes Since Microsoft Deal
  246. Staged Hack Causes Generator to Self-Destruct
  247. Verizon Wireless says no to abortion rights messages
  248. Parts of the Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional
  249. Intel commits $300 mln to teacher training program
  250. First New Nuclear Plant in US in 30 years