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  1. Google News to Host Wire Service Stories
  2. California Blocks RFID Implants In Workers
  3. LCD Screen With Embedded Optical Sensors
  4. School Kids Get Virtual Web Lockers
  5. ISPs Dragged Into Swedish File Sharing Battle
  6. Public indifferent to green overtures at IFA fair
  7. Gadgets at IFA promise simpler, more beautiful life
  8. TV industry waits, frustrated, for next push
  9. Oracle to buy Netsure Telecom
  10. Man Arrested for Refusing to Show Drivers License
  11. Public indifferent to green overtures at IFA fair
  12. Breakthrough May Revolutionize Microchip Patterning
  13. WGA Meltdown Blamed On Human Error
  14. Apple May Introduce New iPod on Wednesday
  15. Hewlett-Packard Brings Linux To Select Desktops
  16. Tech, drug companies battle over patent reform
  17. A Preview of Opera 9.5
  18. Reports of plasma's demise premature, makers say
  19. Division over next-generation DVDs deepening
  20. WGA Meltown Blamed On Human Error
  21. Nokia Siemens says reassured buyers after Q2 nerves
  22. Iowa Antitrust Case Costs Microsoft $255M
  23. Anonymous Programmers Reveal iPhone Unlocking Software
  24. Gadgets at IFA promise simpler, more beautiful life
  25. Sony PS3 narrows Nintendo Wii sales lead in Japan
  26. Effective Use of Technology In the Classroom?
  27. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 3 to 1 in Japan in Aug
  28. Spirit and Opportunity Are Back Online
  29. Online shrines for "death networking"
  30. New Google Apps For Linux Coming
  31. Comparing Visual Studio and Eclipse
  32. Virtual Earth Exposes Nuclear Sub's Secret
  33. Online shrines for "death networking"
  34. Nmap From an Ethical Hacker's Point of View
  35. US May Invoke "State Secrets" To Stop Banking Suit
  36. Will the Pope Declare Google Evil?
  37. Interesting Admissions From Record Industry
  38. FBI Targets Online Auction Sites' Criminal Element
  39. Vista Bug Costs Users In Swedish Town Their Internet
  40. Doom and Gloom for Web Radio
  41. Why Are So Many Nerds Libertarians?
  42. Antique Voyager Technology
  43. GPL Hindering Two-Way Code Sharing?
  44. Massive Disruption of PayPal Subscription Service
  45. Google Earth Flight Simulator
  46. New Failsafe Graphics Mode For Ubuntu
  47. Germany Plans To Email Trojans
  48. The Really Fair Scheduler
  49. Wikileaks Breaks $3 Billion Corruption Story
  50. Google Geek's Photos of the Famous
  51. Hacked Bank of India Site Labeled Trustworthy
  52. Monster.com Malware Tags Another Site
  53. 54% of CEOs Dissatisfied With Innovation
  54. Self-Introspecting Robot Learns to Walk
  55. Kaspersky Wins Important Ruling for the Anti-Malware Industry
  56. Theo de Raadt Responds to Linux Licensing Issues
  57. DoJ Finds Microsoft Antitrust Compliance 'On Track'
  58. SHA-1 Cracking On A Budget
  59. Shaolin Monks May Sue Over Tale of Defeat by Ninja
  60. Russia Plans Its Own Moon Base
  61. Entering Passwords Through Eye Movement
  62. Japanese Airline Rolls Out Wireless Chip Check-In
  63. Nimoy May Be the Star of the Next Trek Film?
  64. IBM Develops Technology That Could Store Data In Atoms
  65. IBM Developes Technology That Could Store Data in Atoms
  66. Water Vapor Seen 'Raining' Onto Young Star System
  67. How Do I Secure An IP, While Leaving Options Open?
  68. Lobbying Could Cause Legal Trouble for Microsoft
  69. In Tests Opteron Shows Efficiency Edge Over Intel, Again
  70. Science Fiction Writers Write DMCA Takedowns
  71. PAX 2007 In A Nutshell
  72. SCO Wants Summary Ruling, Wants To Appeal Unix Ownership Decision
  73. Mobile Phones to Monitor Traffic Congestion
  74. Variety Says Class Action May Stop RIAA Suits
  75. NBC Universal ends contract with Apple's iTunes
  76. Savvy teachers use the Net to engage students
  77. NXP to ship phone chips to Samsung
  78. Navigation makers vie to stand out in a crowd
  79. NXP to ship phone chips to Samsung
  80. NBC Universal ends contract with iTunes
  81. Panasonic sees steady demand for plasma
  82. Court Rules Against TorrentSpy In MPAA Email Suit
  83. States Seek More Oversight of Microsoft
  84. NBC ends contract with iTunes
  85. Amazon.com to launch music service in September: report
  86. Two IBM discoveries add promise for nano-computing
  87. Japan high-tech "washlets" aim at U.S. bottoms
  88. Swede Hacks Embassy Account Information From Around the World
  89. NBC Universal Drops iTunes
  90. U.S. moves to fine wireless carriers over 911 service
  91. Australian ISPs Reject Calls To Police Their Users
  92. Eolas vs. Microsoft Lawsuit Settled and Sealed
  93. Algorithm Rates Trustworthiness of Wikipedia Pages
  94. Amazon.com to launch music service in September: report
  95. Amazon.com to launch music service in September: report
  96. Student and Professor Build Budget Supercomputer
  97. NBC ends contract on shows with Apple's iTunes: report
  98. 'Flying Saucers' to Go On Sale Soon
  99. Storm Hits Blogger Network
  100. Survey Shows More Women Blogging Than Men
  101. What Vista SP1 Means To You
  102. Regulators move to fine wireless carriers over 911 service
  103. Justice Dept and states differ on Microsoft
  104. Regulators move to fine wireless carriers over 911 service
  105. NASA Employees Fight Invasive Background Check
  106. One Species' Genome Discovered Inside Another's
  107. Sweden's Vote on OOXML Invalidated
  108. Big Box Store Reps Push Unnecessary Recovery Discs
  109. Artificial Life May Be Possible Within Ten Years
  110. What Vista SP1 Means to You
  111. Two IBM discoveries add promise for nano-computing
  112. Two IBM discoveries add promise for nano-computing
  113. DNA science moves from crime world to art world
  114. RIM shares rise amid Microsoft takeover talk
  115. DNA science moves from crime world to art world
  116. DOJ Still Looks To Have Suit Against Verizon Tossed
  117. Panasonic sees steady demand for plasma
  118. U.S. seeks more information on Intel-STMicro deal
  119. Google and Microsoft Help To Defend Fair Use
  120. San Francisco Free Wi-Fi Plan Fails
  121. RIM shares rise amid Microsoft takeover talk
  122. Japan high-tech "washlets" aim at U.S. bottoms
  123. Sharp says new TV is thinnest yet
  124. YouTube sets royalty deal with UK songwriter group
  125. Sharp says new TV is thinnest yet
  126. Research in Motion shares rise on Microsoft rumor
  127. 200,000 Elliptical Galaxies Point the Same Way
  128. Vista SP1 Coming In Q1 2008
  129. HMV Canada Cuts Music CD Prices
  130. New games tantalize ahead of holidays
  131. Sharp says new TV is thinnest yet
  132. Sony introduces first U.S. video Walkman player
  133. Infineon, IBM to sell Altis
  134. NZ, Sweden, Hungary Reflect OOXML Turmoil
  135. GPL Violations On Windows Go Unnoticed?
  136. Intel urged to give more data on flash unit deal
  137. New games tantalize ahead of holidays
  138. Sony introduces first U.S. video Walkman player
  139. Viacom Says User Infringed His Own Copyright
  140. Thieves Hacking Security Cameras?
  141. New games tantalize ahead of holidays
  142. "Family Guy" ties into Xbox Live
  143. New games tantalize ahead of holidays
  144. New games tantalize ahead of holidays
  145. Sony introduces first U.S. video Walkman player
  146. CORRECTED: Russian pirate music download site to reopen
  147. LG Electronics launches first premium camera phone
  148. Solar Powered Wi-Fi
  149. "Family Guy" ties into Xbox Live
  150. Record Company Collusion a Defense to RIAA Case?
  151. "Family Guy" ties into Xbox Live
  152. YouTube sets royalty deal with UK songwriter group
  153. YouTube sets royalty deal with UK songwriter group
  154. LiveJournal Says Users are Responsible for Content of Links
  155. Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian Translator Created
  156. Brain Implants Relieve Alzheimer's Damage
  157. Microsoft to buy corporate group-chat provider
  158. Nokia's iPhone, No Seriously
  159. US **** Trades Hacked iPhone for Nissan 350Z
  160. Apple seen revamping iPod line
  161. Internet Bandwidth to Become a Global Currency?
  162. Microsoft to buy corporate group-chat provider
  163. Microsoft Forces Shutdown of Autopatcher
  164. RealPlayer 11 Is a Real Rip Contender
  165. GWT in Action
  166. Ubuntu Hardy Heron Announced
  167. Shares rise as Apple seen revamping iPods
  168. Nokia wades into new music, gaming services
  169. Microsoft eyes early 2008 release for Vista update
  170. Financial Services Firms Simulate Flu Pandemic
  171. Does Google Own Your Content?
  172. Microsoft eyes early 2008 release for Vista update
  173. Apple shares rise on new iPod buzz
  174. Apple shares rise on new iPod buzz
  175. TVs, PCs fight for living room space at tech fair
  176. Don't Let Your Boss Catch You Reading This
  177. Bio-alarm clocks set for perfect wake-up
  178. Apple to launch iTunes TV service in U.K.
  179. AT&T Stops 'Time', Ends An Era
  180. Nokia wades into new music, gaming services
  181. Apple to launch iTunes TV service in UK
  182. Apple shares rise on new iPod buzz
  183. Chicago Cancels Municipal Wi-Fi Plan
  184. FBI's Unknown Eavesdropping Network
  185. Apple to launch iTunes TV service in U.K.
  186. New UK Initiative - Make Science Easier
  187. Linux Wireless Driver Violates BSD License?
  188. Nokia wades into new music services
  189. Nokia wades into new music, gaming services
  190. Nokia wades into new music, gaming services
  191. CORRECTED: Nokia sees 50 percent growth in multimedia phones
  192. Nokia unveils music store, gaming service
  193. Sony pegs flat-TV hopes on high-def
  194. China Says Tibetans Need Permission To Reincarnate
  195. Nokia sees 50 percent growth in multimedia phones
  196. Sony pegs flat-TV hopes on high-def
  197. Two China virtual police to patrol online for ****
  198. British drivers warned: Don't trust Sat Nav
  199. Researchers say Sony software makes PCs vulnerable
  200. Yahoo seeks U.S. dismissal of Chinese dissident case
  201. Girl's Heart Regenerates With Artificial Assist
  202. Yahoo seeks U.S. dismissal of Chinese dissident case
  203. Beijing Police To Launch Animated Web Patrols
  204. Google and Others Sued For Automating Email
  205. Researchers say Sony software makes PCs vulnerable
  206. Don't let your boss catch you reading this
  207. Apple Now Selling Better Than One Laptop In Six
  208. Don't let your boss catch you reading this
  209. Transitioning From Developer To Management?
  210. Don't let your boss catch you reading this
  211. Seagate tells employees company not for sale
  212. Seagate Firmware Performance Differences
  213. Hypervisors Can Defeat GPLv3's Anti-Tivoization
  214. TorrentSpy Must Preserve Data In RAM For MPAA
  215. FSF Positioning To Sue Microsoft Over GPLv3?
  216. Can Apple + AT&T Shut Down iPhone Unlockers?
  217. Three MythTV Linux Distros Compared
  218. Bioshock's Launch Aftershocks
  219. Russian pirate music site to reopen
  220. Yahoo! Asks That Chinese Rights Suit Be Dismissed
  221. The sign said: Don't trust Sat Nav
  222. The Downsides of Software as Service
  223. The US Rural Broadband Crisis
  224. The sign said: Don't trust Sat Nav
  225. Generating Nano Oscillatory Motion
  226. FOSS License Proliferation Adding Complexity
  227. DynDNS Drops Non-Delivery Reports
  228. iPhone Freed From AT&T, Twice
  229. WordLogic Patented the Predictive Interface
  230. Forensics On a Cracked Linux Server
  231. Sony Runs Walkman Off Sugar-Based Bio Battery
  232. Stretching Crystals Promise Bendy, Full-Color Displays
  233. Interview with National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell
  234. India Decides to Vote "No" For OOXML
  235. Sony to Add TV Tuner, DVR to PS3
  236. IP Holders Press For Access To WHOIS Data
  237. Sun's Trading Symbol Going From SUNW To JAVA
  238. Via Unveils 1-Watt x86 CPU
  239. Astronomers Find Huge Hole in Universe
  240. Motorola sues Aruba for patent infringement
  241. Seagate says had no buy offer from Chinese firm
  242. Microsoft Bought Sweden's ISO Vote on OOXML?
  243. State of the OpenJDK Project and Java 7
  244. Russian pirate music site to reopen
  245. Motorola sues Aruba for patent infringement
  246. Mark Russinovich On Vista Network Slowdown
  247. Critics urge rejection of Microsoft "open" format
  248. Firms fret bombings may undermine Indian IT hub
  249. TVs, PCs fight for living room space at tech fair
  250. Nokia says microphone problem hampers E90 roll-out