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  1. Judge overturns $1.5 bln ruling against Microsoft
  2. Sun Microsystems aims new chip at new markets
  3. "Fake Steve Jobs" blogger exposed as Forbes editor
  4. DNS Rebinding Attacks, Multi-Pin Variant
  5. Homeland Security Commissions LED-Based Puke-Saber
  6. Hiring Programmers and The High Cost of Low Quality
  7. Judge overturns ruling against Microsoft
  8. Judge overturns patent ruling against Microsoft
  9. William Gibson Gives Up on the Future
  10. Creative Documentation
  11. Lenovo to Sell, Support Linux on ThinkPads
  12. Award of $200M Supercomputer To IBM Proving Controversial
  13. More parties join Google copyright lawsuit
  14. Social Networking Sites Full of Security Holes
  15. Coping Strategies for Women in IT
  16. Palm falls amid Elevation deal concerns
  17. Consumer Reports on 'State of the Net'
  18. Autodesk to buy maker of Mudbox software
  19. EPA Sends Data Center Power Study to Congress
  20. It's Time for Social Networks to Open Up
  21. Netcraft Says IIS Gaining on Apache
  22. A 3-D View of the Brain
  23. Lenovo to sell laptops with Linux
  24. Lenovo to sell laptops with Linux
  25. Lenovo to sell laptops with Linux
  26. Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
  27. Linux makes its way to Lenovo laptops
  28. Democratic candidates see the light: the Internet
  29. Samsung to boost chip production after disruption
  30. Amazon leads investment in music site AmieStreet
  31. British Scientists Reverse Casimir Effect
  32. Internet Radio's 'Second Chance' Bogging Down in House
  33. Job hunters hire experts to clean up online image
  34. Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
  35. "Fake Steve Jobs" blogger exposed as Forbes editor
  36. Job hunters hire experts to clean up online image
  37. Microsoft, NASA Allow For 3D Shuttle View
  38. The Father of Molecular Gastronomy Whips Up a New Formula
  39. Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
  40. Award of $200M Supercomputer to IBM Proving Controversial
  41. Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
  42. "Fake Steve Jobs" blogger exposed as Forbes editor
  43. NYT Exposes the Identity of Fake Steve Jobs
  44. The Physics of Beer Bubbles
  45. id and Valve May Be Violating GPL
  46. IRS Freely Gives Out Employee User Name/Password Info
  47. IRS Freely Gives Out Taxpayer User Name/Password Info
  48. The Study of Physical Hacks at DefCon
  49. Procedural Programming- The Secret Behind Spore
  50. The Fermi Paradox is Back
  51. MSN Censors Your IM
  52. Advocating Linux / OSS to Management.
  53. House Approves Warrantless Wiretapping Extension
  54. The Potential of Geothermal Power
  55. Brain Electrodes Help Injured Man To Speak Again
  56. Tales of Conversion - Using Ubuntu at Work
  57. Nissan Turns to Technology to Stop Drunk Driving
  58. Indiana University Dumps Google for ChaCha
  59. Case of the Great Hot-Site Swap
  60. Automatix 'Actively Dangerous' to Ubuntu
  61. StarCraft 2 Terran Gameplay, Single Player Info
  62. Diebold Voting Machines Vulnerable to Virus Attack
  63. Astronomer Offers Theory Into 400-Year-Old Lunar Mystery
  64. Judge Lets RIAA Subpoena Defendant's Employer
  65. Surveillance Camera Network Coming To New York?
  66. Bill Would Reverse Bans On Municipal Broadband
  67. Dateline NBC Mole Outed At DefCon
  68. Mars Phoenix Probe Successfully Launched
  69. Lawyer Thinks Microsoft Can Evade GPL 3
  70. Diebold Voting Machines Audited by California
  71. 'Til Tech Do Us Part
  72. Digitized Apollo Flight Films Available Online
  73. Red Hat to Enter the Desktop Market
  74. HP to Researchers, 'Our Printers Are Safe'
  75. Red Hat to Enter the Desktop Market
  76. Surveillance Camera Network Coming to New York?
  77. New Water-Cooled Hard Drives Coming
  78. Bill Would Reverse Bans on Municipal Broadband
  79. Samsung chip lines fully working
  80. Astronomer Offers Theory Into 400-year-Old Lunar Mystery
  81. The Science of Bridge Collapse Prevention
  82. Dateline NBC Mole Outed at DefCon
  83. Newfound Planet Has Earth-Like Orbit
  84. First Third-party Native iPhone Application Released
  85. "Doom" creator unveils its new video game, "Rage"
  86. Nintendo Wii outsells Sony's PS3 in Japan in
  87. FCC Commish - US Playing 'Russian Roulette' with Broadband
  88. Stem Cell Fraudster May Have Actually Made Breakthrough
  89. World of Warcraft - Wrath of the Lich King Officially Announced
  90. Broadcasters Want Cash For Media Shared at Home
  91. Microsoft Cuts Vista Price to $66 in China
  92. New way for singles to meet -- the digital zap
  93. Winnie Wrote a Math Book
  94. Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
  95. Finish Line and Nike team up
  96. Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
  97. Worm Threat Forces Apple to Disable Software?
  98. In Australia, An Ebay Sale is a Sale
  99. Lenovo Aims $199 PC At China's Rural Population
  100. In Australian, An Ebay Sale is a Sale
  101. Point-and-Click Gmail Hacking Shown at Black Hat
  102. Forensic Analysis Reveals Al-Qaeda's Image Doctoring
  103. FCC to Develop 'Super V Chip' To Screen All Content
  104. Semiconductor sales fall on lower prices
  105. Fuel cell technology to help clean up shipping
  106. U.S. says 18 charged in illegal online pharmacy case
  107. Samsung Electronics chip output hit by power cut
  108. Sun To Release 8-Core Niagara 2 Processor
  109. Open Standards Initiative Fails in Massachusetts
  110. Microsoft halves Vista retail price in China
  111. Nintendo Wii outsells Sony's PS3 in Japan in July
  112. Nintendo Wii outsells Sony's PS3 in Japan in July
  113. Sun to Release 8-Core Niagara 2 Processor
  114. Nissan gets testy with drunk drivers
  115. Nissan gets testy with drunk drivers
  116. The Pirate Bay About To Relaunch Suprnova.org
  117. Old School Linux Remembered, Parts 0.02 & 0.03
  118. Mac Users' Internet Experience to Retain Same Fonts
  119. First Armed Robots on Patrol in Iraq
  120. Symantec CEO Says Bad Service Fix Only Temporary
  121. Amazon.com selling veggies, eggs, more under pilot
  122. Scientists use satellites to track endangered macaws
  123. U.S. arms software export guilty plea marks first
  124. Monkeys and Humans Learn the Same Way
  125. Google Shows Off Ad-Supported Cell Phone
  126. Take-Two delays "Grand Theft Auto IV"
  127. Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
  128. Red Hat delays release of Linux software
  129. KDE 4.0 Beta 1 Released
  130. New Theory Explains Periodic Mass Extinctions
  131. Take-Two delays "Grand Theft Auto IV"
  132. Major League Baseball taps StubHub as ticket reseller
  133. Take-Two delays "Grand Theft Auto IV"
  134. Activision profit up on "Guitar Hero II" success
  135. Microsoft's HD Photo to Become JPEG Standard?
  136. Google spending hundreds of millions on mobile: report
  137. Introducing the Slashdot Firehose
  138. Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
  139. German Prosecutors Won't Help RIAA Counterpart
  140. Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
  141. Microsoft To Try Works As Adware
  142. A Year In Prison For a 20-Second Film Clip?
  143. Microsoft to test ad-supported version of Works
  144. Google spending hundreds of millions on mobile: report
  145. Microsoft and Apple renew font licensing agreement
  146. Broken Patent System? Google, Apple Disagree
  147. Halt "high risk" e-voting-British watchdog
  148. Music Piracy Documentary Released As Torrent
  149. 30 Years For Online Pharmacy Spammer
  150. Proposed IPv6 Cutover By 2011-01-01
  151. Federal Agents Raid Homes for Modchips
  152. Pioneer to launch full HD plasma TVs in October
  153. Google talking to cellphone operators, makers: WSJ
  154. Microsoft to test ad-supported version of Works
  155. Disney buys Club Penguin, profit up
  156. Using Face Recognition Instead of a PIN Number
  157. Elton John Says Internet is Destroying Music
  158. NASA Hacker Wins Right to Extradition Hearing
  159. Nasa Hacker Wins Right to Extradition Hearing
  160. Building Artificial Bone
  161. AC/DC goes digital via Verizon wireless
  162. The DRM Scorecard
  163. Microsoft to test ad-supported version of Works
  164. Electronic Arts posts wider quarterly loss
  165. Ohio Establishing State Wide Broadband Network
  166. THQ loss shrinks
  167. NFL, MLB Accused of Bogus Copyright Claims
  168. Electronic Arts posts wider quarterly loss
  169. China's Open Document Format Fight
  170. What Does the 'Next Internet' Look Like?
  171. Web 2.0 Bubble May Be Worst Burst Yet
  172. Electronic Arts posts wider quarterly loss
  173. "Rock Band" takes top video game honor
  174. The Design of Sites, Second Edition
  175. "Rock Band" takes top video game honor
  176. What We Know About the FBI's CIPAV Spyware
  177. "Rock Band" takes top video game honor
  178. No Demand for Linux in the UK?
  179. Alltel mulling options on ITC-Qualcomm chip ban
  180. Mouse or Trackball?
  181. Kenya wants to grab piece of outsourcing pie
  182. Ubuntu Linux vs. Mac OS X
  183. Second Life & WoW Terrorist Training Camps?
  184. Mac OS X Leopard is Now Officially Unix
  185. Supercomputer On the Cheap
  186. New Record For Solar Cell Power Efficiency
  187. Fixated by Web health sites? Join the cyberchondriacs
  188. Anime fans mass in Japan for cosplay fest
  189. Blue Blu-ray
  190. FCC Goes Halfway On Opening 700 MHz Spectrum
  191. A CIO's View of Ubuntu
  192. Clearance For New Linux Wireless Driver
  193. US Dept. of Justice May Intervene To Help RIAA
  194. Does ODF Have a Future?
  195. The Completely Fair Scheduler's Impact On Games
  196. A Majority of Businesses Will Not Move To Vista
  197. Firm Sues Sony Over Cell Processor
  198. YouTube Video-Fingerprinting Due in September
  199. Office Printers May Pose Health Risks
  200. RIAA Backtracks After Embarrassing P2P Defendant
  201. MIT Engineers World's First Schizophrenic Mice
  202. Small Electric Car May Usher In Big Changes
  203. Futurama Movie Set For November 27
  204. Fixated by Web health sites? Join the cyberchondriacs
  205. Anime fans mass in Japan for cosplay fest
  206. Kenya wants to grab piece of outsourcing pie
  207. DSS/HIPPA/SOX Unalterable Audit Logs?
  208. UnWired Nation offers new take on telemarketing
  209. Mitsubishi Breaks Up Famous Computer Science Lab
  210. Apple iPhone v1.0.1 Update Now Available
  211. Google wary of behavioral targeting in online ads
  212. Fixated by Web health sites? Join the cyberchondriacs
  213. IBM Saves $250M Running Linux On Mainframes
  214. Canadian Court Sides With Dell Against Class Actions
  215. AT&T Deal With eMusic Excludes iPhones
  216. U.S. awards $50 bln technology contract to 29 firms
  217. FCC sets airwaves sale rule
  218. Apple shares drop on production rumors
  219. VMware starts road show ahead of planned IPO
  220. Blue Blu-ray
  221. Apple shares drops on production rumors
  222. FCC sets airwaves sale rule
  223. FCC Goes Halfway On Opening 700 MHz Spectrum
  224. Notebook makers face parts shortage: DRAMeXchange
  225. FCC sets airwaves auction rule, requires access
  226. U.S. awards $50 bln technology contract to 29 firms
  227. A CIO's View of Ubuntu
  228. Clearance For New Linux Wireless Driver
  229. US Dept. of Justice May Intervene To Help RIAA
  230. FCC sets wireless sale rules
  231. Apple shares fall on production rumors
  232. U.S. awards $50 bln IT services contract to 29 firms
  233. Does ODF Have a Future?
  234. The Completely Fair Scheduler's Impact On Games
  235. A Majority of Businesses Will Not Move To Vista
  236. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  237. FCC delays vote on wireless auction rules
  238. A Majority of Businesses Will Not Move to Vista
  239. AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
  240. Firm Sues Sony Over Cell Processor
  241. AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
  242. YouTube Video-Fingerprinting Due in September
  243. Office Printers May Pose Health Risks
  244. RIAA Backtracks After Embarrassing P2P Defendant
  245. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  246. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  247. MIT Engineers World's First Schizophrenic Mice
  248. China offers war movie clips to mobile phone users
  249. Small Electric Car May Usher In Big Changes
  250. China offers war movie clips to mobile phone users