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  1. Best Programming Practices For Web Developers
  2. L'Oreal challenges eBay over sale of fakes
  3. PHP5 Vs. CakePHP Vs. RubyOnRails?
  4. Microsoft backs cricket to woo Indian employees
  5. New Apple products, services on holiday horizon
  6. Is Showmypc.com an Open Source Pretender?
  7. Microsoft backs cricket to woo Indian employees
  8. Mandatory Keyloggers in Mumbai's Cyber Cafes
  9. New Apple products, services on holiday horizon
  10. Music industry betting on 'ringle' format
  11. Google Mulling Video Ads In Search Results
  12. No More TV Listings For MythTV Users
  13. HD VMD Shows Up Late For the Format War
  14. Underground Mac Community Foils a Coup
  15. Alex the African Grey Parrot Dies
  16. Police Busted When Tracking Device Found On Car
  17. AMD NDA Scandal
  18. Smarter-than-Human Intelligence & The Singularity Summit
  19. Robotech Heading to Big Screen, Starring Toby Maguire
  20. Storm Worm Evolves To Use Tor
  21. New Legislation Proposed For Nuclear Safety
  22. Libraries Defend Open Access
  23. Bringing Science and Math Into Writing?
  24. Forensic Computer Targets Digital Crime
  25. Toshiba Boosts Hard Drive Density By 50%
  26. NTP Pool Reaches 1000 Servers, Needs More
  27. Making War On Light Pollution
  28. Help Find Steve Fossett
  29. Cablevision CEO a Verizon FiOS Customer?
  30. Implanted RFID Chips Linked To Cancer
  31. FAA Gets a Big-Screen Touch Table
  32. USPTO Imposes 'Undue Hardship' On 1-Click Lawyers
  33. Anti-Scammers Become Storm Botnet Victims
  34. Ohio Court Admits Lie Detector Tests As Evidence
  35. Mindbridge Saves "Bunches of Money" In Switch To Linux
  36. Ohio Court Admits Lie Detector Tests as Evidence
  37. 2007 Hugo Award Winners Announced
  38. Judge Kimball Strikes SCO's Jury Trial Demand
  39. A Step Closer to Creating Artificial Life
  40. New Bill to Clarify Cellphone Contracts
  41. G.I. Joe No Longer the Real American Hero?
  42. Mindbridge Switches to Linux Saves Bunches of Money
  43. Intel to Take Online Suggestions for New Chips
  44. House Passes Patent Overhaul Bill
  45. Disney backs star after her apology for nude photo
  46. Sound system gives honking drivers a horn of plenty
  47. Barrier to Web 2.0 — IT Departments
  48. Spider-Like Catamaran Travels 5,000 Miles On One Tank
  49. Jack Thompson Sends Subpoena to Bush
  50. Radiation Absorbing Mineral Found In the Arctic
  51. InterDigital inks license deal with Apple
  52. Disney star appears nude in Web photo
  53. Server Benchmarking Lone Wolf Bites Intel Again
  54. Seagate and Maxtor Show Off New Stuff To Bloggers
  55. iTune tagging unveiled
  56. Eudora e-mail program reborn as open source
  57. A Telescope as Big as the Earth
  58. Indian Software Firm Outsourcing Jobs To US
  59. Don't Dismiss Online Relationships As Fantasy
  60. Opera 9.5 Beats Firefox and IE7 As Fastest Browser
  61. BBC's iPlayer To Be Crossplatform
  62. iTune tagging unveiled
  63. Eudora e-mail program reborn as open source
  64. "Spooky" Science Points Towards Quantum Computing
  65. Motorola sees R&D expense cut for mobile
  66. "High School Musical" star appears nude in Web photo
  67. Indian Software Firm Outsourcing Jobs to US
  68. Motorola sees R&D expense cut for mobile
  69. Take-Two sells unit to Canada's Mad Catz
  70. Name Your Favorite Bloat-Free Software
  71. MTV Networks to launch two dozen more sites
  72. Open Letter to ISO Calls For Standardization of Process
  73. Motorola sees R&D expense cut for mobile
  74. Sun CEO Says NetApp Lied in Fear of Open Source
  75. Don't Dismiss Online Relationships as Fantasy
  76. Microsoft aims at VMware's virtualization lead
  77. Sony seen needing consistent PS3 strategy
  78. Palm, Motorola seen most hurt by iPhone price cut
  79. Cell phone use in hospitals poses danger: study
  80. Storm Worm More Powerful Than Top Supercomputers
  81. Apple seeks to calm irate early iPhone buyers
  82. Microsoft, Siemens to develop in-car infotainment
  83. Indictment Highlights File-Sharing Risks
  84. Microsoft, Siemens to develop in-car infotainment
  85. Microsoft aims at VMware's virtualization lead
  86. Microsoft, Siemens to develop in-car infotainment
  87. Opera 9.5 Beats Firefox and IE7 as Fastest Browser
  88. Sony needs consistent PS3 strategy: videogame publisher
  89. Sony needs consistent PS3 strategy: videogame publisher
  90. "Daily Show," "Silverman" getting new Web sites
  91. BBC's iPlayer to be Crossplatform
  92. Copyright Alliance Says Fair Use Not a Consumer Right
  93. Seagate and Maxtor Show Off New Stuff to Bloggers
  94. Microsoft aims at VMware's virtualization lead
  95. Justice Department Opposes Net Neutrality
  96. Apple Gives $100 Store Credit to iPhone Customers
  97. Wheelchair Controlled by Thought
  98. 1300 Unopened Fry's Rebate Forms Found In Dumpster
  99. Apple seeks to calm irate early iPhone buyers
  100. DHS Ends Data-Mining Program
  101. New Way of Extending Satellite Life Saves Millions
  102. Apple to give $100 credit to early iPhone buyers
  103. Baby questions? Check the Net for answers
  104. Apple to give $100 credit to iPhone buyers
  105. Skin Stem Cells Used to Mend Spines of Rats
  106. Judge Strikes Down Part of Patriot Act
  107. Detecting Cancer Without Drawing Blood
  108. Are Relational Databases Obsolete?
  109. Intel introduces new quad-core processors
  110. Study finds cell phones and hospitals don't mix
  111. Intel introduces new quad-core processors
  112. Fujinon sues Motorola for patent infringement
  113. Lord British returns with blank slate
  114. EU questions Google customers over DoubleClick
  115. EMC develops security for VMware software
  116. Hynix 48-GB Flash MCP
  117. Lord British returns with blank slate
  118. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  119. Realtime ASCII Goggles
  120. Lord British returns with blank slate
  121. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  122. Intel introduces new quad-core processors
  123. AMD To Open ATI Specs
  124. Some Moray Eels Have Two Sets of Jaws
  125. Australian Comedy Group Prods APEC Security
  126. This is your city -- how will you power it?
  127. Mars Rovers Return to Exploration
  128. EU questions Google customers over DoubleClick
  129. U.N. targets Africa with online "bazaar" for carbon
  130. This is your city -- how will you power it?
  131. U.N. targets Africa with online "bazaar" for carbon
  132. Sony to launch advanced digicam to take on Canon
  133. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  134. What's Wrong With Lithium Ion Batteries?
  135. Starbucks to offer free iTunes access in stores
  136. U.S. trade commission to investigate Nokia 3G phones
  137. Starbucks to offer free iTunes access in stores
  138. U.S. ITC starts investigation into Nokia 3G phones
  139. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  140. Air Force Mistakenly Transports Live Nukes Across America
  141. Hole in Asteroid Belt Reveals Extinction Asteroid
  142. IFA visitors and exhibitors top expectations
  143. NetApp Hits Sun With Patent Infringement Lawsuit
  144. Online features boost video game revenue: report
  145. CORRECTION: New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  146. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  147. Mandriva Linux 2008 RC 1 Released
  148. Microsoft Ties Windows Live Services to OS
  149. On-demand video box rolls out with 5,000 movies
  150. HP unveils "Blackbird" high-end gaming PC
  151. Cisco Announces 802.11n Products After All
  152. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  153. Starbucks to offer free iTunes access in stores
  154. Startup software maker Netbooks takes on Intuit
  155. FEC Will Not Regulate Political Blogging
  156. Mozilla Quietly Resurrects Eudora
  157. Facebook lets users choose to publicize themselves
  158. After 10,000 Years, Farming No Longer Dominates
  159. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  160. Apple cuts iPhone price and revamps iPods
  161. Schwarzenegger appeals ruling on video game law
  162. Apple cuts iPhone price, revamps iPods
  163. Schwarzenegger appeals ruling on video game law
  164. Apple Releases New Touch Screen iPod
  165. Apple cuts iPhone price, revamps iPods
  166. Branson hopes Google Earth helps find Fossett
  167. Programming Erlang
  168. TV Viewing Linked to Attention Problems
  169. After 10,000 Years, Farming No Longer Dominates
  170. Apple slashes iPhone price
  171. Web sites try Microsoft video rival to Adobe
  172. Branson hopes Google Earth helps find Fossett
  173. Apple slashes iPhone price
  174. Microsoft cuts Zune music player price by $50
  175. Web sites try Microsoft video rival to Adobe
  176. Apple unveils touch-screen iPod
  177. Branson hopes to trace Fossett with Google Earth
  178. Apple adds ring tones for iPhones
  179. How PDAs Are Saving Lives In Africa
  180. IFA visitors, exhibitors top expectations
  181. AOL co-founder launches site for students' mental health
  182. Silverlight Released, Linux Version Coming
  183. Appeals Court Tosses $11M Spamhaus Judgement
  184. Branson hopes to use Google Earth to find Fossett
  185. One in four gamers play at work
  186. Nokia bets on mobile social communities
  187. AMD Launches New ATI Linux Driver
  188. OOXML Vote and the CPI Corruption Index
  189. One in four gamers play at work
  190. Facebook lets users choose to publicize themselves
  191. Yahoo buys behavioral ad firm for $300 million
  192. HTC to launch new PDAs with Qualcomm chips
  193. Judge Says, Record DNA of Everyone In the UK
  194. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  195. LG cuts price of dual HD DVD player
  196. Bogus drug peddlers thrive online
  197. NBC reaches Amazon TV deal after iTunes break
  198. Nokia to add Twango platform to key software
  199. Why Myths Persist
  200. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  201. LG cuts price of dual HD DVD player
  202. HTC to launch new PDAs with Qualcomm chips
  203. Robotic Presence For a Telecommuter
  204. Time to close, not sell, Business 2.0 magazine: report
  205. Qualcomm sees fastest growth in Asia; tie-up with HTC
  206. Facebook lets users choose to publicize themselves
  207. Facebook lets users choose to publicize themselves
  208. Numerically Approximating the Wave Equation?
  209. HTC to launch new PDAs, phones with Qualcomm chips
  210. Smile! Big Brother software is watching you
  211. Facebook Exposes Advertisers To Hate Speech
  212. First Look At New Mexico's Space Terminal
  213. Palm Withdraws Linux-Powered Foleo PC
  214. Xbox Live Disallows Linux, Unix As Keywords
  215. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  216. Microsoft loses vote on "open" document format
  217. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  218. Microsoft loses vote on "open" document format
  219. Breathalyzer Source Code Revealed
  220. Comcast Forging Packets To Filter Torrents
  221. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  222. Belgium May Prosecute the Church of Scientology
  223. New iPods to help Apple counter rivals
  224. Steve Fossett Missing
  225. Pink, Blue, and Bad Science
  226. Microsoft says a Zune phone "not unreasonable"
  227. HBO buys film made in Second Life
  228. Microsoft says Zune phone "not unreasonable"
  229. HBO buys film made in Second Life
  230. Separation of Church and Microsoft
  231. Green Cars You Can't Buy
  232. Scientist Must Pay to Read His Own Paper
  233. Eurostar sets Paris-London train speed record
  234. ISO Says No To Microsoft's OOXML Standard
  235. Pentagon e-mail system breached
  236. Grow Your Own Heart Valves
  237. The Next Fifty Years In Space
  238. States and DoJ Divided On Microsoft Antitrust Success
  239. IPhone outsells smartphones in July
  240. Eurostar sets Paris-London train speed record
  241. Sun Says OpenSolaris Will Challenge Linux
  242. Eurostar sets Paris-London train speed record
  243. Vodafone sees bright outlook for 3G phones in Spain
  244. China rejects U.S. charge it hacked Pentagon
  245. Eurostar sets Paris-London train speed record
  246. Trademark plaintiff drops suit vs. Google over ads
  247. Microchip sales rise on consumer electronics demand
  248. Eurostar targets Paris-London train speed record
  249. China rejects U.S. charge it hacked Pentagon
  250. One man's genes show DNA is still a mystery