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  1. Attacking Multicore CPUs
  2. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  3. Is Apple Doing All It Can to Beat Vista?
  4. Researchers Suggest P2P As Solution To Video Domination of The Internet
  5. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  6. Wii Uses Elliptic Curve Cryptography For Saves
  7. Cleaning up the Most Toxic Pollution in the World
  8. Are You Being Cheated by Digital Cable?
  9. PC Superstore Admits Linux Hinge Repair Mistake
  10. Impassable Northwest Passage Open For First Time In History
  11. Stealthy Windows Update Raises Serious Concerns
  12. Google Calls for International Privacy Standards
  13. Internal Emails of An RIAA Attack Dog Leaked
  14. Creationists Silence Critics with DMCA
  15. Owning a Wireless Camera, Its User and Its Network
  16. Boot Sector Virus Shipped on German Laptops
  17. Cisco Confirms Regex Flaw in IOS
  18. Jeremy Allison On Microsoft, OOXML and Standards
  19. Social Networks At A Crossroads
  20. The Many Paths To Data Corruption
  21. The GIMP UI Redesign
  22. Jeremy Allison on Microsoft, OOXML and standards
  23. How to Stop Commerial Use of Copyleft Materials?
  24. CRIA Admits P2P Downloading Legal in Canada
  25. iPhone Likely Set to Launch in the UK Next Week
  26. Toshiba says subpoenaed over flash memory
  27. Navigation devices set to take mass market route
  28. Virtually Non-Stick Gum Created
  29. Toshiba says subpoenaed over flash memory
  30. Holocaust song has cellular firm squirming
  31. OLPC Cost Rises To $188 Per Laptop
  32. Toshiba says subpoenaed over flash memory
  33. Navigation devices set to take mass market route
  34. Nonprofit group hikes price of "$100 laptop"
  35. Intel to buy Irish game software tools firm
  36. Google Quietly Closes AdSense API to Small Sites
  37. Sony may sell game chip facility to Toshiba: sources
  38. Company Demos Personal Aircraft, Future Jetpack
  39. Science vs. Homeopathy
  40. City Fights Blogger On Display of Public Information
  41. Corrected: Nonprofit group hikes price of "$100 laptop"
  42. The Many Paths to Data Corruption
  43. Ameritrade Security Audit Finds Privacy-Busting Back Door
  44. SCO Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
  45. Apple Cuts Off Linux iPod Users
  46. How To Configure Real PC Parental Controls?
  47. Nonprofit group delays "$100 laptop," hikes cost
  48. Holocaust song has cellular firm squirming
  49. Lindor Attacks Record Company Copyright-Pooling
  50. New Technologies Attack the One-World Problem
  51. Google's Head of Research - We Don't Do Hardware
  52. Get ready for ads on your cell phone
  53. New satellite to sharpen Google Earth
  54. Air Force Mistakenly Transports Live Nukes Across America
  55. Hole in Asteroid Belt Reveals Extinction Asteroid
  56. NetApp Hits Sun With Patent Infringement Lawsuit
  57. Mandriva Linux 2008 RC 1 Released
  58. Microsoft Ties Windows Live Services to OS
  59. Cisco Announces 802.11n Products After All
  60. FEC Will Not Regulate Political Blogging
  61. Mozilla Quietly Resurrects Eudora
  62. Apple Releases New Touch Screen iPod
  63. Programming Erlang
  64. TV Viewing Linked to Attention Problems
  65. After 10,000 Years, Farming No Longer Dominates
  66. How PDAs Are Saving Lives In Africa
  67. Silverlight Released, Linux Version Coming
  68. Appeals Court Tosses $11M Spamhaus Judgement
  69. Debating the Linux Process Scheduler
  70. Gates Successor Says Microsoft Laid Foundation for Google
  71. How the iPod Touch Works
  72. PluggedIn: Get ready for ads on your mobile phone
  73. New Google Earth satellite to launch next week
  74. New Google Earth satellite to launch next week
  75. Say "cheese": Sony technology focuses on smiles
  76. Video games train new miners in Peru
  77. Say "cheese": Sony technology focuses on smiles
  78. iPhone headed for Germany: source
  79. Germany Makes Arrests in Global Phishing Scam
  80. DDR3 Isn't Worth The Money - Yet
  81. iPhone headed for Germany: source
  82. News Corp expects tough Apple negotiations
  83. Japan Launches Lunar Orbiter Mission
  84. Say "cheese": Sony technology focuses on smiles
  85. DeutscheTelekom to sell iPhone in Germany: source
  86. Kyocera in talks to buy Sanyo cellular unit: sources
  87. Google says world could use Asian privacy approach
  88. Say "cheese": Sony technology focuses on smiles
  89. DeutscheTelekom to sell iPhone in Germany: source
  90. Legal Summits to Tackle Linux
  91. Paper Trails Don't Ensure Accurate E-Voting Totals
  92. Electric Motorcycle Inventor Crashes at Wired Conference
  93. Google sponsors moon landing prize
  94. Photonic Laser Thruster Promises Earth to Mars in a Week
  95. Online Video Popularity Still Climbing
  96. Google says world could use Asian privacy approach
  97. Pentagon revs up drive for wearable power
  98. eBay Seller Sues Autodesk for $10 Million
  99. Verizon to drop Bob Marley ringtones after dispute
  100. Google sponsors moon landing prize
  101. Prince to sue YouTube, eBay over music use
  102. Google says world could use Asian privacy approach
  103. Kilogram Reference Losing Weight
  104. Sales of video games, hardware up 46 percent
  105. RIAA Complaint Dismissed as "Boilerplate"
  106. Verizon Sues FCC over 700MHz Open Access Rules
  107. Pentagon revs up drive for wearable power
  108. Prince to sue YouTube, eBay over music use
  109. Microsoft Sued by a Beijing Student Over 'Privacy Violation'
  110. Verizon to drop Bob Marley ringtones after dispute
  111. Prince to sue Youtube, eBay over music use
  112. Viacom Yields to YouTuber Who DMCA Counterclaimed
  113. Prince to sue Youtube, eBay over music use
  114. Google's $30,000,000 Lunar X PRIZE
  115. Wii Outsells 360, PS3 Worldwide
  116. TV Torrents - When Piracy Is Easier Than Purchase
  117. Verizon Wireless files suit over FCC auction rules
  118. Compiz Gets Thumbs-Up for Gutsy Gibbon
  119. Time Running Out for Public Key Encryption
  120. Google sponsors moon landing prize
  121. Microsoft Seeks Another OS-Level Adware Patent
  122. A Chat with EVE's Economist
  123. Theo de Raadt On Relicensing BSD Code
  124. Free TV channel aims for Internet content
  125. "Spawn" creator eyes directing as empire grows
  126. EFF Lands a Blow On DirecTV
  127. Debian win32-loader Goes Official
  128. "Lifesaver Bottle" Filters Viruses Out of Water
  129. Bond car beats iPod and YouTube as coolest in UK
  130. Microsoft Installs New Software Without Permission
  131. Eavesdropping Didn't Help Uncover Terrorist Plot
  132. Scientists Create Di-positronium Molecules
  133. Dutch police raid illegal DVD plant
  134. Apple calls on UK press as iPhone talk swirls
  135. Germany arrests 10 in global Internet scam raids
  136. A Coveted Landing Strip for Google's Founders
  137. Cassini's Iapetus Flyby
  138. Emmy-winning TV creators launch show on Web
  139. Yahoo freestyle design competitions yield pay-offs
  140. Emmy-winning TV creators launch show on Web
  141. FCC Says Analog TV Lives Until 2012
  142. Russia Tests World's Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb
  143. Nissan concept car aims at video generation
  144. Sony unveils new Blu-ray recorders to fight HD DVD
  145. Fair Use Worth More Than Copyright To Economy
  146. HP's Inkjet Technology Used to Administer Drugs
  147. NTP Sues Verizon, AT&T, Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile
  148. Nissan concept car aims at video generation
  149. Can String Theory Accommodate Inflation?
  150. Sun Acquires CFS/Lustre, Becomes Windows OEM
  151. AMD Releases 900+ Pages Of GPU Specs
  152. Google map could break privacy law
  153. Bossie Awards Honor Open Source Software
  154. NSF-Funded "Dark Web" to Battle Terrorists
  155. Republic.com 2.0
  156. NTP sues wireless carriers for patent infringement
  157. BioShock Review
  158. Google map may break Canada privacy law
  159. Microsoft and Novell Open Interoperability Lab
  160. Opportunity Takes a Dip Into Victoria Crater
  161. When Ethics and IT Collide
  162. QNX "Opens" Source Code
  163. DOS 5 Upgrade Video
  164. Does 802.11n Spell the 'End of Ethernet'?
  165. Richard Stallman Proclaims Don't Follow Linus Torvalds
  166. Canada says new Google map could break privacy law
  167. Japan eyes robots to support aging population
  168. Nissan concept car aims at video generation
  169. EU Commissioner Calls For Censorship of Web Search
  170. Richard Stallman Proclaims Don't follow Linus Torvalds
  171. Software Company Sues Popular Australian Forum
  172. Sony unveils new Blu-ray recorders to fight HD DVD
  173. Japan eyes robots to support ageing population
  174. Wireless carriers sued for patent infringement
  175. NTP sues wireless carriers for patent infringement
  176. Cell phone use safe in the short-term
  177. What's the Right Amount of Copy Protection?
  178. Is China's "Great Firewall" a Fraud?
  179. Sony unveils new Blu-ray recorders to fight HD DVD
  180. NTP sues wireless carriers for patent infringement
  181. NASA Building Massively Heat-Resistant Chips
  182. Sony to launch new Blu-ray recorders for Japan
  183. Retailer Refuses Hardware Repair Due To Linux
  184. Believe the Occupational Outlook Handbook?
  185. Japan eyes robots to support older population
  186. Canadian Bureaucrats Don't "Think Different"
  187. Japan eyes robots to support older population
  188. Word 2007 Vs. Open Office 2.3 Writer
  189. Inventor of GMR Bids To Shake Up Storage, Again
  190. States seek longer court oversight of Microsoft
  191. Skype Worm Infects Windows PCs
  192. Music Industry Set To Introduce the "Ringle"
  193. AMD CEO bullish on new chip
  194. Nokia says maps service downloads hit one million
  195. Tor Used To Collect Embassy Email Passwords
  196. Vista Pirates To Get "Black Screen of Darkness"
  197. Microsoft oversight agreement to be extended
  198. Swedish Company Trials Peer-to-Peer Cellphones
  199. The Morality of Web Advertisement Blocking
  200. IBM Beats Microsoft Over the Head With Their Own Code
  201. NewsCorp won't pull videos from iTunes
  202. AMD CEO bullish on new chip
  203. AT&T plans edgy wireless ad campaign
  204. NewsCorp won't pull videos from iTunes
  205. Harnessing the Internet to reinvent democracy
  206. Eavesdropping Helpful Against Terrorist Plot
  207. NewsCorp won't pull videos from iTunes
  208. Will GPLv3 Drive Users from Linux to FreeBSD?
  209. Microsoft's Consent-or-Die Patent
  210. Firefox Hits 400 Million Downloads
  211. Apple sells one millionth iPhone
  212. RIAA Trying To Avoid a Jury Trial
  213. Brain Differences In Liberals and Conservatives
  214. AMD CEO bullish on new chip
  215. Entry-Level Astronomy?
  216. AMD CEO bullish on new chip
  217. Broadcasters Oppose Wireless Net Service
  218. French Threat To ID Secret US Satellites
  219. Jatol.com Disappears, Stranding Customers
  220. de lcaza calls OOXML a "Superb Standard"
  221. Cybersquatter Faces Jail Time For Wire Fraud
  222. Free Pascal 2.2 Has Been Released
  223. Seven Wonders of the IT World
  224. Solar Craft Flies Through Two Nights
  225. Web OS, ajaxWindows Launched
  226. AMD expects new server chip to boost results
  227. Take-Two forms new casual games label
  228. Spotlight on Facebook Groups Affects Microsoft
  229. New Wonder Weed to Fuel Cars?
  230. Ophcrack Says Your Password Is Insecure
  231. Vodafone to launch unlimited music service in UK
  232. What Your Favorite Web Sites Say About You
  233. Method of Reading Discovered
  234. Google Sued Over Deceptive Search Results
  235. Ophcrack Says Your Password is Insecure
  236. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  237. Intel boosts revenue forecast
  238. Ultra-low-cost True Randomness
  239. The OSS Solution to the Linux Wi-Fi Problem
  240. Turned Off iPhone Gets $4800 Bill from AT&T
  241. Apple sells one millionth iPhone
  242. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  243. Apple sells one millionth iPhone
  244. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  245. AMD Finally Unveils Barcelona Chip
  246. EU antitrust power in balance on Microsoft decision
  247. IBM Joins OpenOffice.org Community
  248. English Wikipedia Gets Two Millionth Article
  249. Apple sells one millionth iPhone
  250. Microsoft backs cricket to woo Indian employees