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  1. Social network sites tempt investors
  2. HP launches $300 mln ad campaign to boost printers
  3. HP launches $300 mln ad campaign to boost printers
  4. Laptop/Server Data Synchronization?
  5. Judge — "Making Available" Is Stealing Music
  6. Bugging Catches Up To SIP Phones
  7. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway
  8. Copyright Advocacy Group Violates Copyright
  9. Lenovo Looking to Buy Seagate, May Raise Political Concerns
  10. How To Address A Visit from MPAA Senior VP Rich Taylor?
  11. Torrentspy Disables Searching For US IPs
  12. Yahoo Mail lets e-mailers text-message to phones
  13. Solar Power Headed For 45% Annual Growth
  14. Dell Laptops Still Exploding
  15. Valve Says Choice to Make DX10 Vista-Only Hurt PC Gaming
  16. The Agony and Ecstasy Of Becoming a Linux OEM
  17. YouTube criticized over Neo-Nazi clips
  18. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway
  19. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway
  20. PCI Compliance
  21. Torrentspy Disables Searching for U.S. IPs
  22. Fermilab — Excursions Into Matter, Space and Time
  23. Acer to Acquire Gateway for $710 million
  24. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway as foils Lenovo
  25. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway as foils Lenovo
  26. "Manhunt 2" game approved for sale
  27. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway, foils Lenovo
  28. Another Sony Rootkit?
  29. U.S. Attorney General Resigns
  30. Allofmp3 Restarts Business
  31. Airlines body bids farewell to paper tickets
  32. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway, foils Lenovo
  33. Taiwan's Acer to buy Gateway, foils Lenovo
  34. Low-Energy Neutrinos Detected In Real Time
  35. Alcatel-Lucent builds "first" German WiMAX network
  36. Nigeria aims to let mobile phone users keep numbers
  37. Sprint, Samsung bet on WiMax high-speed technology
  38. Yahoo Mail lets e-mailers text-message to phones
  39. Wachowski Brothers and the Speed Racer Movie
  40. Comcast Cuts Off Users Who Exceed Secret Limit
  41. NeoOffice 2.2.1 Available For Mac
  42. Legal Music Streaming Site Launches In France
  43. Airbus 380 To Have Linux In Every Seat
  44. "Manhunt 2" game approved for sale
  45. Users Trash Wal-Mart On Its Facebook Site
  46. How SBC (AT&T) Pillaged South Africa's Economy
  47. MS Responds To Vista's Network / Audio Problems
  48. Gamma Rays From Thunderclouds
  49. Storm Botnet Is Behind Two New Attacks
  50. Skype Linux Reads Password and Firefox Profile
  51. Cable Industry Responds Regarding HD TiVo Problems
  52. NASA to Digitize its 50 Years of Photos and Films
  53. Stephane Rodriguez Dismantles Open XML
  54. Flying robot to aid China Antarctic expedition
  55. Where To Find Opus On Sunday
  56. Ape-Human Split Moved Back By Millions Of Years
  57. How Would You Refocus Linux Development?
  58. Court Ruling Clouds Open Source Licensing
  59. Content-Aware Image Resizing
  60. New York Taxi Drivers To Strike Over GPS
  61. System Admin's Unit of Production?
  62. Windows Genuine Advantage Servers Out
  63. New Method To Detect and Prove GPL Violations
  64. PAX 2007 Firsthand - Day One
  65. Mobile phone throwing turns artistic in Finland
  66. Mobile phone throwing turns artistic in Finland
  67. The Mindset of the Class of 2029
  68. Online gaming offers escape from piracy
  69. Intel rolls out new chips for business market
  70. Lunar Eclipse Next Tuesday Morning
  71. Another Battery Fire in AT&T's Network
  72. Quick and Dirty Penryn Benchmarks
  73. Wine 0.9.44 Released
  74. Attack of the Evil Monkeys From Hell
  75. Can Open Source Give Comfort To the Enemy?
  76. Intel rolls out new chips for business market
  77. Gamma Ray Anomaly Could Test String Theory
  78. BioShock Installs a Rootkit
  79. Sys Admin Magazine Ceases Publication
  80. Generating Nano Oscillatory Motion
  81. "Tongue Sucker" wins prestigious 2007 design award
  82. FOSS License Proliferation Adding Complexity
  83. Hackers claim to untie Apple's iPhone from AT&T
  84. Hackers claim to untie Apple's iPhone from AT&T
  85. DynDNS Drops Non-Delivery Reports
  86. Hackers claim to untie Apple's iPhone from AT&T
  87. iPhone Freed From AT&T, Twice
  88. WordLogic Patented the Predictive Interface
  89. Forensics On a Cracked Linux Server
  90. Online gaming offers escape from piracy
  91. "Tongue Sucker" wins prestigious 2007 design award
  92. Sony Runs Walkman Off Sugar-Based Bio Battery
  93. IP Holders Press For Access To WHOIS Data
  94. Sun's Trading Symbol Going From SUNW To JAVA
  95. Research sheds light on out-of-body experiences
  96. Stretching Crystals Promise Bendy, Full-Color Displays
  97. India Decides to Vote "No" For OOXML
  98. Interview with National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell
  99. Sony develops sweet little bio battery
  100. Nokia battery case to cost Matsu****a up to $172 mln
  101. Sony to Add TV Tuner, DVR to PS3
  102. Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft
  103. IP Holders Press for Access to WHOIS Data
  104. Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft
  105. Sun's Trading Symbol Going from SUNW to JAVA
  106. Nokia battery case to cost Matsu****a up to $172 mln
  107. Via Unveils 1-Watt x86 CPU
  108. Sony develops sweet little bio battery
  109. Sony develops sweet little bio battery
  110. Astronomers Find Huge Hole in Universe
  111. Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft
  112. SoundExchange Backs Off DRM for Webcasters
  113. Microsoft Axes 'Get The Facts'
  114. Monster.com waited 5 days to disclose data theft
  115. SCADA Systems a Target for Hackers?
  116. Seagate to Offer Solid State Drives in 2008
  117. Monster.com waited 5 days to disclose data theft
  118. Study: Martian Soil Has Signs of Life
  119. FCC Head Supports Ala Carte Cable
  120. Pirate Banned from Using Linux
  121. Monster says data loss involved 1.3 million names
  122. Highway Safety Agency Silences Engineers
  123. Monster says data loss involved 1.3 million names
  124. Chinese Bloggers Encouraged to Register Contact Info
  125. Research sheds light on out-of-body experiences
  126. 3G cell service goes live in Mauritania
  127. Bionic Arm With Muscle Emulation
  128. Research sheds light on out-of-body experiences
  129. Latest Music Piracy Study Overstates Effect of P2P
  130. Antigua May Be Allowed To Violate US Copyrights
  131. New HD TiVo and Cable Incompatibilities
  132. Sony PS2 still a contender in gaming market
  133. Research sheds light on out-of-body experiences
  134. Sony PS2 still a contender in gaming market
  135. Sony PS2 still a contender in gaming market
  136. Hate to wait? Play a game
  137. Another US Tech Trade Deficit
  138. Learning High-Availability Server-Side Development?
  139. Sony PS2 still a contender in gaming market
  140. Hate to wait? Play a game
  141. Breaking a Car's Cipher
  142. Microsoft to retrofit Xbox wheel after malfunction
  143. New games take advantage of online tech
  144. MS Seeks Patent On Virtual Fuzzy Dice
  145. The "Loudness War" and the Future of Music
  146. Microsoft to retrofit Xbox wheel after malfunction
  147. Underwater shooter video game emerges as a success
  148. NID Admits ATT/Verizon Help With Wiretaps
  149. Underwater shooter video game emerges as a success
  150. Nikon enlists new cameras in battle vs Canon
  151. New games take advantage of online tech
  152. India overtakes U.S. as Nokia's No.2 market
  153. IBM sees future in Second Life, Web worlds
  154. India overhauls U.S. as Nokia second biggest market
  155. IBM sees future in Second Life, Web worlds
  156. Nikon enlists new cameras in battle vs Canon
  157. IBM sees future in Second Life, Web worlds
  158. U of CA Constructs 220 Million Pixel Display
  159. Microsoft to retrofit Xbox wheel after malfunction
  160. Nikon enlists new cameras, faces in battle vs Canon
  161. Microsoft to retrofit Xbox wheel after malfunction
  162. Evanescent Lasers to Speed Up Data Transmission
  163. Arm Wrestling Machine Recalled for Breaking Arms
  164. Drug Testing Entire Cities at Once
  165. UK Police Cracking Down on Broadband Theft
  166. Warner Bros. to Turn All 15 Oz Books Into Movies
  167. Google Ready to Bid on 700 MHz
  168. Briton held over wireless broadband "theft"
  169. AMD Multi-Core G3MX DRAM Interface Details Emerge
  170. SAP to debut Web-delivered software line
  171. SAP to debut Web-delivered software line
  172. Carmack's Armadillo Aerospace Rocket Crashes and Burns
  173. Gen Con 2007 In A Nutshell
  174. Network Warrior
  175. BT, Sony unveil PlayStation with video calling
  176. Crew Ends 100 Day Mars Simulation in Arctic
  177. Google Launches First YouTube Ads
  178. Linus Torvalds Speaks Out on Future of Linux
  179. Strange Asteroids Baffle Scientists
  180. New Idea Could Lead to Quantum RAM
  181. Sony to launch navigation accessory for PSP
  182. BT, Sony unveil PlayStation with video calling
  183. Sony to launch navigation accessory for PSP
  184. Embarq offers $5,000 reward copper theft arrests
  185. Apple iPhone sales could top 800,000: UBS
  186. Video game market to grow 50 pct in 4 yrs: Ubisoft
  187. Video game market to grow 50 pct in 4 yrs: Ubisoft
  188. Microsoft targets hard-core gamers with new mouse
  189. Science Blogger Sued for Unfavorable Book Review
  190. Video game market to grow 50 pct in 4 yrs: Ubisoft
  191. Google Earth Gets Star-Gazing Add On
  192. Google Earth to launch new service for stargazers
  193. Secrecy of Voting Machines Ballots At Risk
  194. Google Earth to launch new service for stargazers
  195. EU-wide approval eyed for mobile satellite service
  196. Sharp says develops thinnest, lightest LCD TVs
  197. Google Earth to launch new service for stargazers
  198. Google Earth to launch new service for stargazers
  199. DARPA Files Patent On Predictive Simulation
  200. Sharp says develops thinnest, lightest LCD TVs
  201. Monster.com Attacked, User Data Stolen
  202. Microsoft targets hard-core gamers with new mouse
  203. Microsoft targets hard-core gamers with new mouse
  204. Google CEO says mobile auction bid still probable
  205. iRobot revamps vacuums, plans more home robots
  206. Google CEO says mobile auction bid still probable
  207. NYT Confirms Movie Studios Paid to Support HD DVD
  208. Free Tuition for Math, Science, and Engineering?
  209. Top 25 Hottest Open-Source Projects at Microsoft Codeplex
  210. Nanotechnology Boosts Solar Cell Performance
  211. Mattel sues **** website over use of Barbie name
  212. Google Re-Refunds Video Purchases
  213. Most Laws Attempting Limits of Violent Videogames Fail
  214. Apple iPhone sales could top 800,000: UBS
  215. Apple iPhone sales could top 800,000: UBS
  216. US Shuts Down Controversial Anti-Terror Database
  217. MTV Bails on Microsoft's URGE Store
  218. Wal-Mart Ditches DRM, Keeps Censorship
  219. FCC Puts 4.6 Billion Minimum Bid on Spectrum Auction
  220. Nuclear Info Kept From Congress and the Public
  221. Gunplay Blamed For Cutting Fiber
  222. First Successful Genome Transplant In Bacteria
  223. Playing Music Slows Vista Network Performance?
  224. Benchmarking Power-Efficient Servers
  225. AMD's "Black Box" Athlon 64 X2 6400+
  226. Flash Player 9 Gets H.264 Support
  227. The ESRB Doesn't Take Games Seriously?
  228. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  229. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  230. Gamers' world reveals secrets of the next epidemic
  231. Linux Credit Card Re-Launches
  232. ISP Guarantees Net Neutrality, For a Fee
  233. DMCA Means You Can't Delete Files On Your PC?
  234. Hear No Evil, See No Evil — E-mail Kills the Phone
  235. Paramount to Drop Blu-Ray for HD-DVD
  236. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  237. Gamers' world reveals secrets of the next epidemic
  238. Rocket-Powered Bionic Arm Successfully Tested
  239. Gamers' world reveals secrets of the next epidemic
  240. Cisco, Microsoft vow to make products compatible
  241. Voyager Spacecraft Celebrate 30th Anniversary
  242. MIT Startup Unveils New 64-Core CPU
  243. Star Wars Fan Puts Himself in Carbonite
  244. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  245. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  246. Intel 45nm Processors Waiting to Clobber AMD's Barcelona?
  247. Student Finds 5000-Year-Old Chewing Gum
  248. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  249. Cisco, Microsoft say competing products to mesh
  250. New Nanoparticle Could Provide Simple Early Diagnosis Of Many Diseases