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  1. Apple and Orange at odds over iPhone deal: report
  2. Intel sets up teacher training program online
  3. The Canadian Taxman Goes Browsing on eBay
  4. Microsoft 'Stealth Update' Proving Problematic
  5. First 'Quantum Computer Chips' Demonstrated
  6. Verizon Wireless to allow abortion rights messages
  7. Verizon Wireless allows abortion rights messaging
  8. Intel sets up teacher training program online
  9. Novell Linux Business Spikes Since Microsoft Deal
  10. Staged Hack Causes Generator to Self-Destruct
  11. Verizon Wireless says no to abortion rights messages
  12. Parts of the Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional
  13. Intel commits $300 mln to teacher training program
  14. First New Nuclear Plant in US in 30 years
  15. World misunderstands China's Web controls: expert
  16. Nokia to sell $25,000 Ferrari phone
  17. Microsoft revamps Windows Live search, eyes Google
  18. Google plans staff expansion, largely in Europe: report
  19. New Zealand Police Act Wiki Lets You Write the Law
  20. Justice Department's Bio-terror Mistake
  21. Briefcase Sized DNA Analysis System
  22. The Soldier of the Future
  23. Quantum communication: atoms talk long distance
  24. How Burmese Dissidents Crack Censorship
  25. Convicted VoIP Hacker Robert Moore Speaks
  26. Microsoft "Halo 3" 1st-day sales hit $170 million
  27. Quantum communication: atoms talk long distance
  28. Microsoft "Halo 3" 1st-day game sales at $170 mln
  29. The Handheld Calculator Turns 40
  30. Technology gives world rare view of Myanmar's rage
  31. Microsoft "Halo 3" 1st-day game sales at $170 mln
  32. Washington State LUG to Hold "Nerd Auction"
  33. Review of Amazon's DRM-Less Music Download Store
  34. The History of the Federal Reserve
  35. Space Station Partners Bicker Over Closure Date
  36. Jack Thompson Includes *** **** With Court Filing
  37. Supreme Court Continues to Address Patent Concerns
  38. DIY Biochemical Scanner From a Hacked CD Drive
  39. MMO Bans Men Playing As Women
  40. Intel wins mobile WiMax chip deal with Nokia
  41. Warner Bros and Abu Dhabi agree to media joint venture
  42. Warner Bros and Abu Dhabi agree to joint venture
  43. Space Rope Trick Experiment Goes Awry
  44. Warner Bros and Abu Dhabi agree to joint venture
  45. Ebay Hacked, User Info Posted
  46. Google Video Blasted Over Piracy Claims
  47. Warner Bros and Abu Dhabi agree to joint venture
  48. Next for Microsoft Xbox: winning casual gamers
  49. Demonoid Torrent Tracker Shut Down by CRIA
  50. Linux Crashes the Mobile Party
  51. Internet Service Tax Moritorium Set To Expire
  52. Sony sells 250,000 new PSPs in four days: magazine
  53. Armani opens store in virtual world's Second Life
  54. Technology gives world rare view of Myanmar's rage
  55. Sharp to offer Blu-ray recorder with 1-terabyte HDD
  56. Sharp to offer Blu-ray recorder with 1-terabyte HDD
  57. Microsoft offers to replace damaged "Halo 3" discs
  58. Watchdog To Represent eBay Seller In Autodesk Suit
  59. Annual IT Salary Survey Finds Dissatisfaction
  60. Is Good Scientific Journalism Possible?
  61. Survey Says GPLv3 Is Shunned
  62. Amazon DRM-Free Music Store Goes Beta
  63. UK Schools Will Fight Cyberbullying
  64. Firefox 3 Antiphishing Sends Your URLs To Google
  65. Embedding XML In Docs?
  66. Why AnywhereCD Failed
  67. WordPress 2.3 Does Not Spy On Users [UPDATED]
  68. Google Testing "My World" Second Life Rival?
  69. Microsoft to Buy 5% of Facebook Valuing at $10bn
  70. Apple May Be Breaking the Law With Policy On iPhone Unlocks
  71. Chinese Worm Creator Gets High-Paying Job Offer In Prison
  72. Law Firm Fighting For White Collar (IT) Overtime
  73. Germs Taken Into Space May Come Back Deadlier
  74. Upcoming Firmware Will Brick Unlocked iPhones
  75. Annual IT Salary Survey Finds Dissatisfaction
  76. Bloggers Versus Billionaire
  77. GPL Lawsuit May Not Settle
  78. Vonage Hit With $69.5M Judgement
  79. Germany To Build New Maglev Railway
  80. Is Good Scientific Journalism Possible?
  81. Survey Says GPLv3 Is Shunned
  82. Amazon DRM-Free Music Store Goes Beta
  83. UK Schools Will Fight Cyberbullying
  84. Firefox 3 Antiphishing Sends Your URLs To Google
  85. Embedding XML In Docs?
  86. Why AnywhereCD Failed
  87. WordPress 2.3 Does Not Spy On Users [UPDATED]
  88. Google Testing "My World" Second Life Rival?
  89. Microsoft to Buy 5% of Facebook Valuing at $10bn
  90. Microsoft offers to replace damaged "Halo 3" discs
  91. Donna Karan, Sephora to sell in Stardoll Web world
  92. Microsoft offers to replace damaged "Halo 3" discs
  93. Bloggers Versus Billionaire
  94. Donna Karan, Sephora to sell in Stardoll Web world
  95. Russia unveils new passenger jet
  96. GPL Lawsuit May Not Settle
  97. Russia unveils new passenger jet
  98. Vonage Hit With $69.5M Judgement
  99. Phone credit low? Africans go for "beeping"
  100. Next for Microsoft Xbox: winning casual gamers
  101. AOL co-founder backs new online payment firm
  102. Red Hat sees another delay in PC Linux software
  103. Germany To Build New Maglev Railway
  104. Next for Microsoft Xbox: winning casual gamers
  105. AOL co-founder backs new online payment firm
  106. Is Good Scientific Journalism Possible?
  107. Next for Microsoft Xbox: winning casual gamers
  108. Video game teaches kids about diet - then turns off
  109. Parents worry about Web but don't stop kids' use
  110. Microsoft launches "Halo 3"
  111. Next for Microsoft Xbox: winning casual gamers
  112. Survey Says GPLv3 Is Shunned
  113. Amazon DRM-Free Music Store Goes Beta
  114. U.S. moving "quickly as possible" on Sirius: XM
  115. Amazon launches early version of Web music service
  116. UK Schools Will Fight Cyberbullying
  117. Firefox 3 Antiphishing Sends Your URLs To Google
  118. Microsoft launches "Halo 3"
  119. Samsung keeps global TV market lead: iSuppli
  120. Embedding XML In Docs?
  121. Why AnywhereCD Failed
  122. WordPress 2.3 Does Not Spy On Users [UPDATED]
  123. Video game teaches kids about diet - then turns off
  124. Microsoft launches "Halo 3"
  125. Developers Admit WordPress 2.3 Spies On Users
  126. Google Testing "My World" Second Life Rival?
  127. Microsoft to Buy 5% of Facebook Valuing at $10bn
  128. Apple May Be Breaking the Law With Policy On iPhone Unlocks
  129. NY subpoenas Facebook over safety from predators
  130. "CSI" makes the crime scene with mobile debut
  131. Chinese Worm Creator Gets High-Paying Job Offer In Prison
  132. Law Firm Fighting For White Collar (IT) Overtime
  133. Germs Taken Into Space May Come Back Deadlier
  134. Upcoming Firmware Will Brick Unlocked iPhones
  135. Microsoft reportedly in talks to invest in Facebook
  136. Amazon launches early version of music service
  137. EchoStar says to buy Sling Media
  138. Microsoft launches "Halo 3"
  139. Vodafone Move Invites Web Development Chaos
  140. Microsoft pins game unit profit on "Halo 3" launch
  141. Unisys Investigated For Covering Up Cyber-Attacks
  142. Infineon to develop 3G chip for Motorola
  143. Microsoft's "Halo 3" game launches amid spectacle
  144. Microsoft's "Halo 3" game launches amid spectacle
  145. NY subpoenas Facebook over safety from predators
  146. Microsoft's "Halo 3" game launches amid spectacle
  147. PC Makers Offering a Bridge Back To XP
  148. Excel 2007 Multiplication Bug
  149. "CSI" makes the crime scene with mobile debut
  150. Canadian Copyright Official Dumped Over MPAA Conflict
  151. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" video game for launch
  152. Virgin Digital To Close Up Shop
  153. Microsoft reportedly in talks to invest in Facebook
  154. Apple says unlocking software can damage iPhone
  155. NY subpoenas Facebook over safety from predators
  156. First US GPL Lawsuit Heads For Quick Settlement
  157. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  158. Microsoft in talks to invest in Facebook: report
  159. Vivendi Calls iTunes Contract Terms "Indecent"
  160. Gartner Touts Web 2.0, Scoffs At Web 3.0
  161. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  162. Apple says unlocking software can damage iPhone
  163. Global web privacy rules needed in 5 years: Google
  164. Gartner Touts Web 2.0, Scoffs at Web 3.0
  165. Apple's Leopard Will Exclude 800MHz G4 Processors
  166. A Mathematical Answer To the Parallel Universe Question
  167. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  168. Microsoft in talks to invest in Facebook: report
  169. Google eyes Canada rollout of discreet Street View
  170. Video Professor Sues 100 Anonymous Critics
  171. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  172. Microsoft in talks to invest in Facebook: report
  173. Blu-ray/HD DVD war to run another 18 months: report
  174. STriDER, a Three-Legged Walking Robot
  175. A Mathematical Answer to the Parallel Universe Question
  176. Microsoft in talks to invest in Facebook: report
  177. Microsoft in talks to invest in Facebook: report
  178. Global web privacy rules needed in 5 years: Google
  179. Video Professor Sues 100 Anonymous Critics
  180. Jack Thompson Sets His Sights On Halo 3
  181. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  182. Halo 3 Review
  183. Firefox Working to Fix Memory Leaks
  184. Vivendi calls Apple iTunes contract terms "indecent"
  185. Vivendi calls Apple iTunes contract terms "indecent"
  186. From Sputnik to the WWW, a History of ARPA
  187. Free Phone Calls... If Advertisers Can Eavesdrop
  188. GoogHOle Exploits GMail, Picasa and 200K Other Sites
  189. Revenue Science offers behavioral ads in Japan
  190. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  191. Device Reduces Stress While Gaming
  192. Mysterious Peruvian Meteor Disease Solved
  193. Sanoma unit gets early Web access to Disney shows
  194. Microsoft readies "Halo 3" for launch
  195. Experts doubt plan to block bomb recipes on Web
  196. News Corp's Fox to launch free MySpace mobile
  197. The Linux Identity Crisis
  198. TV on cellphone screens? No thanks, say Europeans
  199. The Fall Geek TV Lineup
  200. Dell ties up with GOME to sell PCs in China
  201. OLPC Announces Buy-2-Get-1 XO Laptop Sale
  202. AMD Releases Register Specs For R5xx And R6xx
  203. Unisys probed for Homeland Security breach: report
  204. Xerox aims to challenge HP with new color printers
  205. Dell ties up with GOME to sell PCs in China
  206. Apple Legend Woz Blasts iPhone Price Drop
  207. Nvidia aims at Intel with integrated graphics chip
  208. MIT's SAT Math Error
  209. Starbucks to give away music as new service starts
  210. Xerox aims to challenge HP with new color printers
  211. Dell ties up with Gome to sell PCs in China
  212. Nvidia aims at Intel with integrated graphics chip
  213. EU Think Tank Urges Full Windows Unbundling
  214. Drawing on Air With Haptics in 3D
  215. Intel Demos Core 2 Extreme QX9650 Quad-Core At IDF
  216. New Version of Gmail Being Tested
  217. Microsoft "Halo 3" wins high marks from reviewers
  218. Method for $1/Watt Solar Panels Will Soon See Commercial Use
  219. Intel Releases Mashups for the Masses
  220. The Gradual Public Awareness of the Might of Algorithms
  221. Homeland Security's Tech Wonders
  222. Apple Platform Lock-Ins, A 3rd Party Dev's Opinion
  223. Wikipedia 2.0, Now With Trust?
  224. China says it's a cyber-attack victim, not villain
  225. Tech wonders on homeland security horizon
  226. Thinking about Rails? Think Again
  227. Happiness Is A Warm Electrode
  228. Google Experiences EU Antitrust Friction Over Doubleclick
  229. Armani to launch mobile phone with Samsung
  230. New Attorneys Fee Decision Against RIAA
  231. Eclipse Makes Java Development on the Mac Easier
  232. The Journey of Radios From Hardware to Software
  233. Crazy Stevie's iPhone Prices are Insaaane!
  234. FBI Boosts Servers For Faster Criminal Searches
  235. What To Do When Broadband is Not An Option?
  236. Will China Beat the United States Back to the Moon?
  237. RIAA Targets New Colleges, Still Avoids Harvard
  238. Telecom Companies Seek Retroactive Immunity
  239. Linux to Be Installed in Every Russian School
  240. Future Looks Bright for Large Scale Solar Farms
  241. Zero-day Exploit in PDF With Adobe Reader
  242. Google Planning New Undersea Cable Across Pacific?
  243. The Pirate Bay Files Suit Against Big Media
  244. 802.11n May Never Happen Due to Patent Concerns
  245. Google in talks to lay undersea cable: report
  246. NSA Tasked With 'Policing' Government Networks
  247. Do You Need a Permit to Land on the Moon?
  248. Texas Family 'Sues Creative Commons'
  249. China says it's a cyber-attack victim, not villain
  250. Intel Releases Several Projects to Help Save Power