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  1. New Nanoparticle Could Provide Simple Early Diagnosis Of Many Diseases
  2. Cisco, Microsoft says competing products to mesh
  3. Cisco, Microsoft says competing products to mesh
  4. Skype Blames Microsoft Patch Tuesday for Outage
  5. Should We Spam Proxies to China?
  6. DreamWorks Animation, Paramount choose HD DVD
  7. Cisco, Microsoft says competing products to mesh
  8. Start-up sees 1,000 "brains" on one microchip
  9. 158 Million Records Exposed (And Counting)
  10. University Taps Sewers for Internet Access
  11. D2 Updates, Text Message Notifcation
  12. Thoughts on the Social Graph
  13. Japanese Researchers Aim to Replace the Internet
  14. Skype restores service after outage last week
  15. Animation site Aniboom launches YouTube channel
  16. Robert Cailliau Talks With WikiNews
  17. Canon to offer new SLR digicam for keen amateurs
  18. Canon to offer new SLR digicam for keen amateurs
  19. Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 prices in Europe
  20. Samsung to invest $788 million in memory chip lines
  21. Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 prices in Europe
  22. Google's Continued Growing Pains
  23. Malaysia awards medals to pirate-DVD nabbing dogs
  24. Animation site Aniboom launches YouTube channel
  25. A Talk With Opera CEO
  26. Universal Music tests the mixtape waters
  27. How Much Does a New Internet Cost?
  28. AT&T Arbitration Clause Ruled Unconscionable
  29. The IT Industry's Red Shift Theory
  30. A Trip Down Computer Memory Lane
  31. YouTube for Science?
  32. Will Internet TV Crash the Internet?
  33. Linus on Subversion, GPL3, Microsoft and More
  34. Aids For Communicating With Hospitalized People?
  35. Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition, Latest News
  36. Patent Threats In OOXML
  37. Spanish TV Channels Vandalize Wikipedia
  38. Alienware Won't Sell Consumers CableCard PCs
  39. Did Russian Hackers Crash Skype?
  40. Going to Yosemite? Get Your Passport Ready!
  41. AT&T Crippling BlackBerry for iPhone?
  42. Open Source — Selling Software That Sells Itself
  43. Microsoft's New Permissive License Meets Opposition
  44. US Army Unveils Hybrid-Electric Propulsion System
  45. PC Magazine Editor Throws in the Towel on Vista
  46. Citrix Announces Agreement to Acquire XenSource
  47. Heat Wave Shuts Down Alabama Reactor
  48. Forbes 400 Targeted by ID Thieves
  49. Comcast Hinders BitTorrent Traffic
  50. TSA's "Behavior Detection Officers"
  51. Colleges Wrestle With Thumb Drives
  52. Journalists Sue HP For Invasion of Privacy
  53. RIAA's "Making Available" Theory Is Tested
  54. Cookbook For Third-Party Apps On iPhone
  55. FISA Court Sides With ACLU Against Administration
  56. Putting Anti-Evolution Candidates On the Spot
  57. Failing Our Geniuses
  58. Cisco sees growth as more hospitals go high-tech
  59. Fox Hacks Fark
  60. Cisco sees growth as more hospitals go high-tech
  61. American Airlines sues Google over search words
  62. The Software Awards Scam
  63. Super Pathway Discovered In Southern Ocean
  64. 3M says filters in patent suit no longer on market
  65. American Airlines seeks damages against Google
  66. Nokia seeks to halt U.S. imports of Qualcomm chips
  67. American Airlines seeks damages against Google
  68. ODF Vs. OOXML File Counts On the Web
  69. Another Way To Erase Memories
  70. 3M says filters in patent suit no longer on market
  71. American Airlines seeks damages against Google
  72. Class Action Initiated Against RIAA
  73. How Much Are Ad Servers Slowing the Web?
  74. A Campaign to Block Firefox Users?
  75. Nokia seeks to halt U.S. imports of Qualcomm chips
  76. The CD Turns 25 Today
  77. Nokia seeks bar on U.S. imports of Qualcomm chips
  78. US School Curriculum to Include Online Safety?
  79. NASA Decides No Fix Needed for Endeavor's Tiles
  80. IBM to distribute Sun's Solaris server software
  81. German Physicists Claim Speed of Light Broken
  82. James Hansen on the Warmest Year Brouhaha
  83. Nokia seeks bar on US imports of Qualcomm chips
  84. IBM to distribute Sun's Solaris server software
  85. MTV to Invest Over $500 Million in Video Games
  86. Watermarking to Replace DRM?
  87. Nokia asks ITC to bar U.S. import of Qualcomm chips
  88. MIT Focuses on Chip Optimization
  89. Nokia asks ITC to bar U.S. import of Qualcomm chips
  90. Nokia asks ITC to bar U.S. import of Qualcomm chips
  91. Nokia files complaint over Qualcomm chips to ITC
  92. Microsoft Opens Up Windows Live ID
  93. Diebold Rebrands What No One Wants
  94. Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Announced
  95. RIAA Defendant Cross-Sues Kazaa And AOL
  96. IBM & Sun Agreement Puts Pressure on HP
  97. TJX Security Breach Described
  98. CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits
  99. Niche e-tailers attract bargain hunters
  100. Behind the USPTO's Working With Peer-To-Patent
  101. Interstellar Dust Could Be "Alive"
  102. A Commonsense Proposal On Net Radio Rates
  103. Sony, Waste Management to start recycling program
  104. Hezbollah brings Israel war to computer screen
  105. MTV Networks to invest more than $500 mln in games
  106. PluggedIn: Niche e-tailers attract bargain hunters
  107. Apple shares fall 7 percent amid market declines
  108. AppleWorks/ClarisWorks Dies Quietly
  109. Apple shares fall 7 percent amid market declines
  110. Share a News Story With Coworkers, Pay a Fine
  111. Adobe May Launch Office Rival
  112. PluggedIn: Niche e-tailers attract bargain hunters
  113. A First Look At Red Hat Developer Studio
  114. MTV Networks to invest more than $500 mln in games
  115. Sprint earmarks $5 bln for WiMax network through '10
  116. Russian Court Acquits allofmp3.com Owner
  117. Iraq launches sale of mobile phone licenses
  118. Anti-Bacterial Soap No Better Than Plain Soap
  119. The Linux Weather Forecast
  120. Foster Demands RIAA Post $210K Security For Fees
  121. Sprint in talks with Intel for Wimax embedded PCs
  122. Virtual world hires real economist
  123. Sprint sees 50 mln WiMax devices in next 3 years
  124. Iraq launches sale of mobile phone licenses
  125. Netflix Makes It Easy To Reach a Human
  126. Iraq launches sale of mobile phone licenses
  127. Contractor Folds After Causing Breaches
  128. High School Students Forced To Declare A Major
  129. Gameworld: Virtual world hires real economist
  130. Hezbollah brings Israel war to computer screen
  131. New URI Browser Flaws Worse Than First Thought
  132. New ad tactics can weather economic woes: BBDO
  133. TSMC says Microsoft to use its 90 nm DRAM process for Xbox
  134. Iraq sets $300 million bid price in mobile licenses
  135. Quantum Computing and Optically Controlled Electrons
  136. Boston Judge Denies RIAA Motion for Judgment
  137. NASA Finds Star With a Tail
  138. TSMC says Microsoft to use its 90 nm DRAM process for Xbox
  139. Bad Movie Physics Hurt Scientific Understanding
  140. Bandwidth Crunch Looms for Cable Companies
  141. How Pirated Software Impacts Free Software
  142. DHS To Share Spy Satellite Data Over the US
  143. AMD Previews New Processor Extensions
  144. One Failed NIC Strands 20,000 At LAX
  145. Learning Joomla! Extension Development
  146. New ad tactics can weather economic woes: BBDO
  147. Sonos, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes
  148. 3D Animations In Mid-Air Using Plasma Balls
  149. BBC's iPlayer's Prospects Looking Bleak
  150. CORRECTED: Sonos, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes
  151. MIT Team Creates Cancer Stem Cells
  152. Eye-catching new Taser sparks controversy
  153. Cross-Platform Microsoft
  154. Full-Disclosure Wins Again
  155. Novell Proclaims 'We're Not SCO' and We Won't Sue
  156. Ubuntu Servers Hacked
  157. Liz Claiborne to design gadget fashion for Best Buy
  158. Images of Endeavour's Damaged Tiles
  159. HarperCollins offers digital book content for iPhone
  160. 10 Years After Big Blue Beat Garry Kasparov
  161. PETA slams "shocking" Hamas TV clip
  162. Verizon vs. the Needham Fire Department
  163. HarperCollins to launch digital book content for iPhone
  164. PETA slams "shocking" Hamas TV clip
  165. Olympic Committee Chooses XP Over Vista
  166. PETA slams "shocking" Hamas TV clip
  167. France Telecom declines comment on iPhone report
  168. Manhattan 1984
  169. As other firms exit, phone companies enter Sudan
  170. Nokia warns consumers of battery overheating risks
  171. DNA Vaccine May Treat Multiple Sclerosis
  172. Sonus, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes
  173. Nokia to Replace 43 Million Batteries
  174. Nokia to Replace 43 Million Batteries
  175. Bigelow Aerospace Fast-Tracks Manned Spacecraft
  176. New Chip-cooling Technology
  177. The Technology of They Might Be Giants
  178. Woz Details His Plans for Energy-Efficient House
  179. RIAA Short on Funds? Fails to Pay Attorney Fees
  180. YouTube Begins Defense, Seeks Depositions
  181. Microsoft Questions FCC's 'White Spaces' Decision
  182. Yahoo Edges out Google in Customer Satisfaction
  183. Scientists Offer 'Overwhelming' Evidence Terran Life Began in Space
  184. VMware May Violate Linux Copyrights
  185. Big Business Loves the Computer Gaming Industry
  186. See Who Is Whitewashing Wikipedia
  187. British Report Details the Stress of Email Communication
  188. Echeria Coli Co-Opted To Make Gasoline
  189. Bigelow Aerospace Fast-Tracks Manned Spacecraft
  190. Nokia warns consumers of battery overheating risks
  191. Digital camera growth better than expected in '07
  192. Symantec, Intel work on security on microchips
  193. Blu-ray outpaces HD-DVD in U.S.: Home Media Research
  194. New Chip-cooling Technology
  195. The Technology of They Might Be Giants
  196. Woz Details His Plans for Energy-Efficient House
  197. RIAA Short on Funds? Fails to Pay Attorney Fees
  198. Symantec, Intel work on security on microchips
  199. Nokia warns consumers of battery overheating risks
  200. Digital camera growth better than expected in '07
  201. YouTube Begins Defense, Seeks Depositions
  202. Microsoft Questions FCC's 'White Spaces' Decision
  203. Apple to sell Lennon solo works on iTunes
  204. Yahoo Edges out Google in Customer Satisfaction
  205. Scientists Offer 'Overwhelming' Evidence Terran Life Began in Space
  206. VMware May Violate Linux Copyrights
  207. Big Business Loves the Computer Gaming Industry
  208. Nokia warns consumers of battery overheating risks
  209. See Who Is Whitewashing Wikipedia
  210. English orchestra tunes up for virtual concert
  211. German solar firms boost capacity to meet demand
  212. British Report Details the Stress of Email Communication
  213. Echeria Coli Co-Opted To Make Gasoline
  214. Yahoo edges Google in user satisfaction survey
  215. Dutch bloggers due in court over filming under skirts
  216. Server with Top-Secret Data Stolen
  217. Increased Linux Use With SCO's Defeat Predicted
  218. Crowther's Original Adventure Source Code Found
  219. YouTube seeks testimony of comics Stewart and Colbert
  220. Yahoo edges Google in user satisfaction survey
  221. Dutch bloggers due in court over filming under skirts
  222. A Non-Toxic, Paper Battery / Supercapacitor
  223. Nokia warns on battery overheating risks
  224. Nokia warns about 46 million Matsu****a made batteries
  225. Security Threat In the New Wiretapping Law
  226. Nokia warns about 46 million Matsu****a made batteries
  227. Nokia warns about 46 million Matsu****a made batteries
  228. Kids Review the OLPC
  229. Yahoo edges Google in U.S. user satisfaction survey
  230. Building a Fast Wikipedia Offline Reader
  231. Google's $10 Local Search Play
  232. Does Going Digital Mean Missing Music?
  233. Backing Up Laptops In a Small Business?
  234. U.N. Internet sites hit by hackers
  235. Investors Bailing On SCO Stock, SCOX Plummets
  236. Thai Students Score a Prize For Speech Software
  237. Open Source Community's Double Standard
  238. A Three-Way AMD Opteron Server
  239. U.S. pushes ahead in WTO piracy case against China
  240. Microsoft says test shows vacant airwaves usable
  241. The Forbidden City of Terry Gou
  242. 3 Ton Meteorite Stolen
  243. Half of Web time spent viewing content: study
  244. The Linux Networking Stack Exposed
  245. Fugitive Alexander secures extradition delay
  246. Community vs. Corporate Linux, The Coming Divide
  247. Karl Rove Resigning Aug 31
  248. Terabyte Hard Drive Put To the Test
  249. China To Deploy World's Largest People Tracking Network
  250. Intel and STMicro memory JV approved