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  1. Namibia again delays U.S. software fugitive case
  2. New Microscope Watches Cells in 3D
  3. Shop targets hunters with camo Bibles
  4. Why is Microsoft Patching XP?
  5. Chatty Bosnian MPs could face fines
  6. Study finds kids justify illegal downloads
  7. Namibia again delays U.S. software fugitive case
  8. Namibia again delays U.S. software fugitive case
  9. The Future of C++ As Seen By Its Creator
  10. Namibia again delays U.S. software fugitive case
  11. New suspicious payments uncovered at Siemens: report
  12. Namibia again delays U.S. software fugitive case
  13. Terabyte Hard Drive Put To The Test
  14. New suspicious payments uncovered at Siemens: report
  15. High-Quality HD Content Can't Easily Be Played by Vista
  16. Wipro in talks for Boeing IT svcs contract: official
  17. Strict German Computer Crime Law Now in Effect
  18. Study finds kids justify illegal downloads
  19. Net Neutrality Debate Crosses the Atlantic
  20. China to Deploy World's Largest People Tracking Network
  21. Spirit Outlasts Viking 2 Lander
  22. Bone Hormone Linked to Obesity and Diabetes
  23. iPhone Bill a Whopping 52 Pages Long
  24. Forgent Patent Troll Loses Again
  25. Google Pack Adds StarOffice
  26. United Nations vs SQL Injections
  27. Yahoo's president snaps up $1.1 million in stock
  28. The $200 Billion Broadband Rip-Off
  29. Murdoch free wsj.com plan raises risks for Pearson
  30. Hardening Linux
  31. Voltron Headed For The Big Screen
  32. US Spy Agencies See Bloggers as Journalists
  33. Sharp Rise Seen in Chinese Patents
  34. Why We Need to Expand into Space
  35. OOXML Won't Get Fast-Track ISO Standardization
  36. Baiji River Dolphin May or May Not Be Extinct
  37. Torvalds on Linux and Microsoft
  38. DARPA Develops Dolphin-like Tail For Divers
  39. How to Reach 200 MPH on Hydrogen Fuel Cells
  40. Perfect Crystals Grown by Cancelling Out Gravity on Earth
  41. SCO Fiasco Over for Linux, Starting For Solaris?
  42. DHS Plans Changes in Air Passenger Screening
  43. Linux Foundation Calls for 'Respect for Microsoft'
  44. Batteries the Focus of AT&T Investigation
  45. Google Video Store Shutting Down
  46. Buffer Overflow Found in RFID Passport Readers
  47. Federal Anti-Obscenity Program Comes Up Limp
  48. Pico-ITX, Because Size Matters
  49. Oracle Contributes Linux Code, Expands Hardware Support
  50. DirectX 10 Hardware Is Now Obsolete
  51. Space Hotel to Open in 2012
  52. The Heretical Freeman Dyson
  53. Gouge Found on Shuttle Endeavour's Underside
  54. Why Make a Sequel of the Napster Wars?
  55. New 'Stellarator' Design for Fusion Reactors
  56. Top 3 mobile services to sell Motorola's Razr 2
  57. SCO Loses
  58. Discouraging Students from Taking Math
  59. Google Rolls Out Online Storage Services
  60. Police Data-Mining Done Right
  61. Only 25% of Firefox Downloaders Are 'Active Users'
  62. Yahoo's president snaps up $1.1 million in stock
  63. Fair Use for YouTube & MySpace Users
  64. China Sets Sights on Comprehensive Lunar Survey
  65. Fund invests $100 mln in NBC, News Corp site: source
  66. AT&T calls censorship of Pearl Jam lyrics an error
  67. Fund invests $100 mln in NBC, News Corp site: source
  68. CORRECTED: AT&T calls censorship of Pearl Jam lyrics an error
  69. Fly me to the moon: space hotel sees 2012 opening
  70. Blogger Finds Bug in NASA Global Warming Study?
  71. Murdoch free wsj.com plan raises risks for Pearson
  72. Sun Lowers Barriers to Open-Source Java
  73. Australia to Offer Widespread ISP-level Filtering
  74. Fly me to the moon: space hotel sees 2012 opening
  75. Chinese Pirates Copy iPhone, Make Improvements
  76. UK MPs urge Internet firms to tackle cyber "Wild West"
  77. Accuracy of forehead-scanning thermometers doubted
  78. Universal to sell songs without copy protection
  79. Verizon unveils Motorazr V9m phone
  80. FCC Rejects Cheap/Fast Internet Device
  81. ATI Driver Flaw Exposes Vista Kernel to Attackers
  82. Verizon unveils Motorazr V9m phone
  83. Microsoft tests dashboard view of online offerings
  84. Microsoft tests dashboard view of online offerings
  85. Hasbro, Electronic Arts reach digital games pact
  86. OHSU Turns Mouse into Factory for Human Liver Cells
  87. Hasbro, Electronic Arts reach digital games pact
  88. Music DRM in Critical Condition?
  89. MythTV Scheduling Service Reveals Pricing
  90. MySQL Ends Enterprise Server Source Tarballs
  91. Universal to sell songs without copy protection
  92. Universal to sell songs without copy protection
  93. AMD Backs openSUSE with Huge New Infrastructure
  94. Many Antivirus Tools Fail in LinuxWorld Test
  95. DARPA Semifinalists Selected
  96. AT&T calls censorship of Pearl Jam lyrics an error
  97. MySQL Closing Off Its Source
  98. Gamers Don't Know Their Own Consoles
  99. DUI Defendant Wins Source Code to Breathalyzer
  100. Britain begins ID card procurement process
  101. RIAA Campaign Against Students Hits Stormier Seas
  102. Microsoft DRM Code for Netflix Streams Hacked
  103. Microsoft Moves in on the Graphics Market
  104. "Genius" videos may hinder baby development: study
  105. Dell Considers Bundling Virtualization on Mobos
  106. Potter author worried about translation networks
  107. Optical Solution For an NP-Complete Problem?
  108. Google News Allowing Story Participants To Comment
  109. Social networks for dogs, bikes & sneakers
  110. AT&T censors Pearl Jam's anti-Bush lyrics
  111. NASA Tests Hydrogen-Fueled BMW
  112. DirecTV net off; to buy back up to $1 billion in shares
  113. Microsoft's "Halo 3" pre-orders exceed 1 million
  114. Pay-For-Visit Advertising
  115. Cambridge Researcher Breaks OpenBSD Systrace
  116. Algorithm Seamlessly Patches Holes In Images
  117. DirecTV net off; to buy back up to $1 bln in shrs
  118. U.S. appellate court upholds order blocking DirecTV ads
  119. Britain begins ID card procurement process
  120. Silicon Valley's payrolls on upswing: report
  121. Fresh setback for online gambling
  122. Microsoft's "Halo 3" pre-orders exceed 1 mln
  123. Sony, Virgin Comics to launch video game based on Hindu epic
  124. American Red Cross Sued For Using a Red Cross
  125. How To Turn a Mini Maglite Into a Laser
  126. News Corp undecided on making WSJ.com free
  127. Fresh setback for online gambling
  128. Matsu****a to broaden LCD TV lineup
  129. Blockbuster Throws Hat into Movie Download Business
  130. "Madden" said to regain past glory
  131. Uganda gets "Big Brother"cameras for summit
  132. EA's "Madden" said to regain past glory
  133. DARPATech Shows off Robot Doc and Cancer Breathalyzer
  134. Big Ben bell in London takes time out for repairs
  135. CORRECTED: Big Ben bell in London takes time out for repairs
  136. How to Turn a Mini Maglite into a Laser
  137. Human Origins Theory Tested By Recent Findings
  138. Amazon Invests In Dynamic Pricing Model For MP3s
  139. Finally We Get New Elements In HTML 5
  140. BitTorrent Closes Source Code
  141. Privacy Winning Search Engine War
  142. Wal-Mart using Facebook to win back-to-school sales
  143. NSF Announces Supercomputer Grant Winners
  144. Beautiful Code Interview
  145. Rare Meteor Event to Inform on Dangerous Comets
  146. Replacing Atime With Relatime in the Kernel
  147. "Bourne" video game departs from script
  148. Big Ben bell in London takes time out for repairs
  149. Amazon Invests in Dynamic Pricing Model for MP3s
  150. Lenovo chases Packard Bell
  151. Imaging Breakthrough "Sees" Lung Disease
  152. Hearst Corp. to acquire shoppers' site Kaboodle
  153. Big Ben bell in London takes time out for repairs
  154. Russian prosecutors launch probe of Euroset
  155. OpenGL SuperBible
  156. Sophisticated crooks elude radar in trading probes
  157. Police arrest French **** over Potter translation
  158. Finally We Get New Elements in HTML 5
  159. Largest-Known Planet Befuddles Scientists
  160. Microsoft Says "War on Terror" is Overblown
  161. Storm Worm Rising
  162. "Bourne" video game departs from script
  163. Nokia exits chips; STM, Broadcom shares up
  164. Bank Run in Second Life
  165. "Bourne" video game departs from script
  166. Music companies seek new money in old partners
  167. Police arrest French **** over Potter translation
  168. Google's purchase of Postini gets antitrust OK
  169. Sprint quarterly profit falls but beats Street
  170. Humanity's Genetic Diversity on the Decline
  171. School Boards Rule, Internet No Longer Dangerous
  172. Google's purchase of Postini gets antitrust OK
  173. Sprint quarterly profit falls but beats street
  174. The Java Popup you Can't Stop
  175. Federal Journalist Shield Law Advances
  176. "Bourne" video game departs from script
  177. Police arrest French **** over Potter translation
  178. Nokia exits chips, outsources modem technology
  179. Lenovo chases Packard Bell
  180. Vodafone says to keep Verizon stake
  181. Siemens to create 10,000 new jobs this year
  182. Nokia to defend itself vs. Interdigital
  183. Siemens to create 10,000 new jobs this year
  184. Bring Down Internet Explorer In Six Words
  185. Couple Bonding Through PC Building
  186. Apple Updates iMac, iLife, .Mac
  187. Forbes Offers a Sympathetic Portrayal of Hackers
  188. Ubuntu Dell Now In UK, France, and Germany
  189. Lenovo in talks to buy Packard Bell
  190. Oklahoma Security Expert Attacks RIAA Claims
  191. Dell expands Linux PC sales to Europe, China
  192. New Explanation For the Industrial Revolution
  193. Sun Moves Into Commodity Silicon
  194. Charging the Unhealthy More For Insurance
  195. LG Phillips Patents Oil and Water Display
  196. Berkeley scientists work scrap metal for Darfur
  197. Berkeley scientists work scrap metal for Darfur
  198. Apple unveils redesigned iMac
  199. O.J. Simpson ordered to pay Goldmans over game
  200. Vote Swapping Ruled Legal
  201. Microsoft Fracturing the Open-Source Community
  202. Apple unveils redesigned iMac
  203. Berkeley scientists work scrap metal for Darfur
  204. UK stops Facebook ads, wants safeguards
  205. Apple unveils redesigned iMac
  206. Lenovo in talks to buy Packard Bell
  207. Court says Qualcomm waived right to patent
  208. O.J. Simpson ordered to pay Goldmans over game
  209. Berkeley scientists work scrap metal for Darfur
  210. Apple updates iMac, iLife, .Mac
  211. Apple unveils redesigned iMac
  212. Berkeley scientists work scrap metal for Darfur
  213. New York Times to end paid Web service: report
  214. Surviving in Space Without a Spacesuit
  215. Google Partners With OIN For Linux
  216. Apple unveils redesigned iMac desktops
  217. UK stops Facebook ads, wants safeguards
  218. Decision on German mobile TV licenses seen end-Aug
  219. NES Emulator for iPhone Emerges
  220. New York Times to end paid Web service: report
  221. 8 Million Year Old Bacteria Thaws, Lives
  222. New York Times to end paid Web service: report
  223. Nine in 10 Americans say ban texting while driving
  224. Smartphone Shootout
  225. $1.5B Fine Overturned For Microsoft
  226. Astronomers Witness Whopper Galaxy Collision
  227. Judge blocks California's violent video game law
  228. Vodafone to keep Verizon Wireless stake: source
  229. Sun Microsystems aims new chip at new markets
  230. The New Yorker On Spam
  231. Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360
  232. Judge blocks California's violent video game law
  233. Nokia unveils two new phone models
  234. Nine in 10 Americans say ban texting while driving
  235. Patent Lawsuits Galore
  236. Nokia unveils two new phone models
  237. FBI Raids Home of Suspected NSA Leaker
  238. Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360 console
  239. Mac Systems Management
  240. 10-Day Patch Guarantee Not Mozilla's Policy
  241. Nukes Against Earth-Impacting Asteroids
  242. Judge overturns $1.5 bln ruling against Microsoft
  243. FTC To Examine Targeted Advertising
  244. Judge overturns $1.5 bln ruling against Microsoft
  245. Sun Microsystems aims new chip at new markets
  246. "Fake Steve Jobs" blogger exposed as Forbes editor
  247. DNS Rebinding Attacks, Multi-Pin Variant
  248. Homeland Security Commissions LED-Based Puke-Saber
  249. Hiring Programmers and The High Cost of Low Quality
  250. Judge overturns ruling against Microsoft