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  1. Tech wonders on homeland security horizon
  2. CMU Professor Randy Pausch's 'Last Lecture'
  3. Man Wins Partial Victory In Circuit City Arrest
  4. Sony delays launch of "Home"
  5. SAP to unveil Web-delivered software
  6. Al Qaeda German mouthpiece resurfaces on the Web
  7. Microsoft No Longer a 'Laughingstock' of Security?
  8. Less Than 2 Percent of UK Companies Have Upgraded Windows
  9. First New Dismissal Motion Against RIAA Complaint
  10. Al Qaeda German mouthpiece resurfaces on the Web
  11. Suit Seeks 'A La Carte' TV Channel Choices
  12. Carnegie Mellon to Compete In Google Lunar X-Prize
  13. Velociraptor Had Feathers
  14. Hackers control PCs while users unaware
  15. Indonesians tune in to digital Koran
  16. Heinlein Archives Put Online
  17. World's Five Biggest SANs
  18. Cory Doctorow's Fiction About An Evil Google
  19. New Nuclear-powered Spaceship Design Revealed
  20. 10,000 Cameras Ineffective At Deterring Crime
  21. PluggedIn: Hackers control PCs while users unaware
  22. Indonesians tune in to digital Koran
  23. PluggedIn: Hackers control PCs while users unaware
  24. Sony delays PS3 "Home", but no talk of price cuts
  25. Linux Devicemaker Sued in First U.S. Test of GPL
  26. GPhone Still In the Works At Google
  27. PluggedIn: Hackers control PCs while users unaware
  28. Daniel Lyons of Forbes Admits Being Snowed by SCO
  29. Apple CEO subpoenaed in options case
  30. Inventors Protest Patent Reform Bill
  31. Soviet Union TLD Owners Snub ICANN
  32. Does the UK iPhone Plan Add Up?
  33. The Hard Science of Making Videogames
  34. U.S. Airport Screeners Are Watching What You Read
  35. Google Unveils Flash Ads
  36. Gartner Says Open Source "Impossible To Avoid"
  37. US Senate Fails To Reinstate Habeas Corpus
  38. Canadian Dollar Reaches Parity with US$
  39. London paper launches latest cashless payment card
  40. A Gut Check On Gutsy Gibbon
  41. Australia Cracked US Combat Aircraft Codes
  42. Boeing Dreamliner Safety Concerns Are Specious
  43. Boeing Dreamliner Concerns Are Specious
  44. Apple CEO subpoenaed in backdating case: report
  45. Don't Take Notes In the Bookstore
  46. MediaDefender and the Streisand Effect
  47. NBC to Offer Free Video Download Service
  48. Apple CEO gets subpoena in backdating case: report
  49. Robots turn off senior citizens in aging Japan
  50. 12 Year Old Gets $6.5M for Gaming Company
  51. Sony delays PS3 "Home", but no talk of price cuts
  52. Sony delays PS3 "Home", but no talk of price cuts
  53. Nokia unveils new unlicensed mobile access phone
  54. Nokia unveils new unlicensed mobile access phone
  55. Americans Giving Up Social Life for the Web
  56. Sony delays PS3 "Home", but no talk of price cuts
  57. Robots turn off senior citizens in aging Japan
  58. Sony delays PS3 "Home", but no talk of price cuts
  59. Sony delays PS3 "Home", mum on price cuts
  60. Sony postpones PS3 "Home" virtual community service
  61. Nasdaq to Delist SCO Sep 27
  62. TransUnion to Offer Credit Freezes Nationwide
  63. Aerosol Spray to Identify Bombing Suspects
  64. Intel pushing technology from high-end to low
  65. GNOME 2.20 Released
  66. AT&T to Help MPAA Filter the Internet?
  67. Journalist Test Drives The Pain Ray Gun
  68. Massive Canadian Class-Action Cellphone Suit Is Approved
  69. Verizon, Vodafone work toward common platform
  70. SAP unveils Web software, new business model
  71. Examining Presidential Candidates' Tech Agendas
  72. T-Mobile wins German iPhone deal
  73. Headband Gives Wearer "Sixth-Sense"
  74. OpenGL Programming Guide 6th Ed.
  75. Standards For Interconnecting Virtual Worlds
  76. Apple to nearly double iPhone production: report
  77. Intel Harpertown (Penryn) Quad CPUs Benchmarked
  78. Jobs' Next Fight — Dealing With iPhone Hackers
  79. SAP unveils Web software, new business model
  80. The Wiimote As Yoda Intended - A Lightsaber
  81. Apple lowers cost of iPod Nano parts: iSuppli
  82. Apple defends iTunes in Berlin, Brussels
  83. SAP's Web software to be $149 per user each month
  84. Bioethics Group Raises DNA Database Concerns
  85. Vodafone: iPhone impact on Verizon was temporary
  86. The Uncertain Future of OpenOffice.org
  87. End of Moore's Law in 10-15 years?
  88. Is id Abandoning Linux?
  89. Your Chance to be an Astronaut
  90. Apple lowers cost of iPod Nano parts: iSuppli
  91. T-Mobile wins German iPhone deal
  92. T-Mobile wins German iPhone deal, mum on details
  93. Hacker Publishes Notorious Apple Wi-Fi Attack
  94. Standards for Interconnecting Virtual Worlds
  95. Fujifilm to shift digital camera output to China
  96. Have couch, will travel
  97. USB 3 in 2008, 10 Times as Fast
  98. Hacker Publishes Notorious Apple Wi-Fi Attack
  99. Koster's Areae Unveils Metaplace
  100. Antimatter Molecule Should Boost Laser Power
  101. D.Telekom's T-Mobile wins iPhone deal
  102. D.Telekom's T-Mobile wins iPhone deal
  103. Apple to nearly double iPhone production: report
  104. "Halo" no longer just a game for Microsoft
  105. Indian gaming now a serious business for console makers
  106. Internet Security Moving Toward 'White List'
  107. OpenOffice 2.3 Released
  108. Google offers unified approach to interactive ads
  109. Have couch, will travel
  110. Cybercrime Now Worth $105 Billion, Bypasses Drug Trade
  111. The Smiley Face Turns 25 :-)
  112. Intel's Moore muses on end of technology maxim
  113. Intel's Moore muses on end of technology maxim
  114. Misleading Data Undermines Counterfeiting Claims
  115. Intel's Moore muses on end of technology maxim
  116. The Smiley Face Turns 24 :-)
  117. Pentagon shifts to GPS with no signal reduction
  118. MGM launches HD channel on DirecTV
  119. False Ad Clicks Cost Google 1 Billion Dollars A Year
  120. Apple chooses O2 as iPhone carrier in UK
  121. Facebook Quietly Offers Storage to Developers
  122. Inside the Third Gen iPod Nano
  123. US Register of Copyrights Says DMCA is 'Working Fine'
  124. Which Lost/Stolen Laptop Trackers Do You Like?
  125. Jack Thompson Decides He's In GTA IV
  126. "Halo" no longer just a game for Microsoft
  127. Apple chooses O2 as iPhone carrier in UK
  128. MGM launches HD channel on DirecTV
  129. GPS Transitions to New Control System
  130. SCO Blames Linux For Bankruptcy Filing
  131. SAP to unveil Web-delivered business software
  132. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer launches HD channel on DirecTV
  133. Intel CEO: tinier chipmaking technology on track
  134. SAP to unveil Web software for smaller companies
  135. "Halo" no longer just a game for Microsoft
  136. CastleCops.com Hit With Reputation-Based Attacks
  137. Meteorite Causes Illness in Peru
  138. "Halo" no longer just a game for Microsoft
  139. Most Science Studies Tainted by Sloppy Analysis
  140. Mozilla Creates New Internet Mail and Communications Company
  141. Fork the Linux Kernel?
  142. Half of SCO's Accountants Quit
  143. Intel CEO says tinier chipmaking tech on track
  144. IBM to offer free word processing, office software
  145. Google Launches Powerpoint Competition, Web Ads for Mobile Devices
  146. University of Florida Student Tasered At Political Rally
  147. Trolltech GPLs Qtopia Phone Edition
  148. IBM Challenges Microsoft with Free Office Suite
  149. Apple chooses O2 as iPhone carrier in UK
  150. Nokia eyes mobile email, unveils business phone
  151. Nokia unveils new corporate phone E51
  152. Blogger Objects To Accusations Surrounding Vista DRM
  153. Nokia unveils new corporate phone E51
  154. Apple chooses O2 as iPhone carrier in UK
  155. The Rise of the Linux-Based Cellphone
  156. New York Times Ends Its Paid Subscription Service
  157. Nokia says ITC starts Qualcomm investigation
  158. Astronomers Find Stars 7 Billion Light Years Away
  159. Facebook backers create $10 mln fund for start-ups
  160. Facebook backers create $10 mln fund for start-ups
  161. IBM to offer free word processing, office software
  162. IBM to offer free word processing, office software
  163. AMD Announces Triple-Core Phenom Processors
  164. Facebook backers create $10 mln fund for start-ups
  165. Google Pleased With ISO OOXML Decision
  166. Music industry looks to new models to boost sales
  167. Sprint to upgrade Microsoft mobile search services
  168. AOL to test personal pictures, video, music site
  169. Adobe says software not fully tested on new Mac OS
  170. Half of SCO's Accountants Quit
  171. AMD to sell chip with three electronics brains
  172. Yahoo to buy Web e-mail maker Zimbra for $350 mln
  173. MIT Launching Kerberos Consortium
  174. GameStop Manager Suspended After "Games for Grades"
  175. AOL to test personal pictures, video, music site
  176. Trent Reznor Says "Steal My Music"
  177. Yahoo Acquires Zimbra for $350 Million
  178. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  179. Apple's iPhone can only help rivals in Europe
  180. Music industry looks to new models to boost sales
  181. Startup lets public test conversational Web search
  182. Yahoo to acquire business software maker Zimbra
  183. Universal Offers iPod-Resistant Music
  184. SwarmOS Demonstrated at Idea Festival
  185. Startup lets public test conversational Web search
  186. U.S. curbs sought on fees to quit wireless contracts
  187. Social networking site tops in London, Toronto
  188. Yahoo to start testing Mash, a social network site
  189. Another Man Dies After Marathon Gaming Session
  190. Social networking site tops in London, Toronto
  191. Workers Cause More Problems Than Viruses
  192. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  193. Walt Mossberg Reviews Ubuntu
  194. Apple's iPhone can only help rivals in Europe
  195. Navigation devices set to take mass market route
  196. GCC Compiler Finally Supplanted by PCC?
  197. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  198. Apple's iPhone can only help rivals in Europe
  199. One Less Reason to Adopt IPv6?
  200. How Students Are 'Evolving' With Technology
  201. New iPod Checksum Cracked, Linux Supported
  202. Yahoo to start testing Mash, a social network site
  203. CORRECTED: Yahoo to start testing Mash, a social network site
  204. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  205. O2 agreed UK revenue sharing deal for iPhone
  206. Iran Blocks, Unblocks Access to Google
  207. Leaks Prove MediaDefender's Deception
  208. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  209. Navigation devices set to take mass market route
  210. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  211. Al Gore collects interactive Emmy for Current TV
  212. Microsoft Loses EU Anti-Trust Appeal
  213. Microsoft suffers decisive EU antitrust defeat
  214. Microsoft suffers stunning EU antitrust defeat
  215. Apple, the RIAA, and Ringtones
  216. Microsoft suffers stunning EU antitrust defeat
  217. DOJ To Open Price-Fixing Query Into NAND Memory Market
  218. EU court crushes Microsoft's antitrust appeal
  219. Has RIAA Abandoned the 'Making Available' Defense?
  220. Fantasy Author Robert Jordan Passes Away
  221. EU court crushes Microsoft's antitrust appeal
  222. Microsoft court case to test EU antitrust power
  223. Intel Purchases Havok
  224. Al Gore collects interactive Emmy for Current TV
  225. Yahoo to start testing Mash, a social network site
  226. Big Brother Really Is Watching Us All
  227. Comcast Slightly Clarifies High Speed Extreme Use Policy
  228. Radio stations keying in to text-message promotions
  229. Robotic Scout To Survey Arctic Ice
  230. Software Freedom Law Center vs Theo de Raadt
  231. How Computers Transformed Baby Boomers
  232. German Police Arrest Admin of Tor Anonymity Server
  233. Dell, Lenovo Adding Solar Option for PCs
  234. Guido and Bruce Eckel Discuss Python 3000
  235. Toshiba says subpoenaed over flash memory
  236. Undergrad-built Robots Play "Operation"
  237. Attacking Multicore CPUs
  238. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  239. Is Apple Doing All It Can to Beat Vista?
  240. Researchers Suggest P2P As Solution To Video Domination of The Internet
  241. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  242. Wii Uses Elliptic Curve Cryptography For Saves
  243. Cleaning up the Most Toxic Pollution in the World
  244. Are You Being Cheated by Digital Cable?
  245. PC Superstore Admits Linux Hinge Repair Mistake
  246. Impassable Northwest Passage Open For First Time In History
  247. Stealthy Windows Update Raises Serious Concerns
  248. Google Calls for International Privacy Standards
  249. Internal Emails of An RIAA Attack Dog Leaked
  250. Creationists Silence Critics with DMCA