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  1. The Completely Fair Scheduler's Impact On Games
  2. A Majority of Businesses Will Not Move To Vista
  3. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  4. FCC delays vote on wireless auction rules
  5. A Majority of Businesses Will Not Move to Vista
  6. AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
  7. Firm Sues Sony Over Cell Processor
  8. AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
  9. YouTube Video-Fingerprinting Due in September
  10. Office Printers May Pose Health Risks
  11. RIAA Backtracks After Embarrassing P2P Defendant
  12. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  13. Apple says iTunes sales top 3 billion songs
  14. MIT Engineers World's First Schizophrenic Mice
  15. China offers war movie clips to mobile phone users
  16. Small Electric Car May Usher In Big Changes
  17. China offers war movie clips to mobile phone users
  18. T.Italia ex-investors fined 1.2 bln euros: source
  19. Futurama Movie Set For November 27
  20. EMusic, AT&T to sell independent labels on phones: report
  21. Wikia details plans for search rival to Google
  22. CORRECTED: Wikia details plans for search rival to Google
  23. Canadian Theatre Chain Sued for Abusive Search
  24. Music From DNA Patented
  25. Sex offenders lurk on Facebook, Conn. official says
  26. FBI, IRS Raid Home of Sen. Ted Stevens
  27. Bill Would Criminalize Attempted IP Infringement
  28. Letter Casts Doubt On Yahoo China Testimony
  29. UK launches CO2 car rankings Web site
  30. In Search of the Cheap Linux Laptop
  31. Sun Micro posts 4th-qtr profit as costs drop
  32. Rapper Diddy takes to Web for staff with attitude
  33. Microsoft Paternity Case Settled
  34. "Crowd Farm" to Collect Energy?
  35. 3M says settles battery patent dispute with Sony
  36. Apple Sued Over iPhone Non-Replaceable Batteries
  37. Company devises umbrella that forecasts rain
  38. Japanese Auto Makers Teaming Up To Create Standard OS
  39. Wikia Acquires Grub, Releases it Under Open Source
  40. Schneier Talks to the Head of TSA
  41. Emoticons in the Workplace
  42. Choosing a Good DNSBL
  43. Microsoft FUD Watch
  44. Can Space Nerds Get Along?
  45. Run Mac OS X Apps On Linux?
  46. Match.com expands mobile online dating service
  47. NASA Contractors Censoring Saturn V Info
  48. Gates sees no Google threat in phone software: report
  49. Comment Deadline For NYC Photography Permits
  50. Match.com expands mobile online dating service
  51. Match.com expands mobile online dating service
  52. Romanians lighten up Harry Potter game
  53. ACLU Protests Police Scanning License Plates
  54. Ticket Tracking and Customer Management?
  55. Romanians lighten up Harry Potter game
  56. Etoile Project Releases Mac-Like Environment
  57. Our ATM Is Broken, Go To Jail
  58. US Blocks Entry For German Black Hat Presenter
  59. Microsoft Seeks Open Source Certification
  60. Higher Tuition For an Engineering Degree
  61. Web Contracts Can't Be Changed Without Notice
  62. Sun Says Project Indiana is Not a Linux Copy
  63. Don't Overlook Efficient C/C++ Cmd Line Processing
  64. DeLorean to Come Back (Sorta)
  65. First iPhone 3rd Party GUI App Compiles
  66. Encrypted USB Key With TOR, Firefox
  67. NZ MPs Outlaw Satire of Parliament
  68. KisMAC Developer Discontinues Project
  69. Judge Permits eBay's "Buy It Now" Feature
  70. School District To Parents — Buy Office 2007
  71. US Paperless Voting Bill Advances
  72. Pro Gaming Network Television Coverage Begins Sunday
  73. British Columbia To Charge Recycling Fee
  74. How Microsoft Beat Linux In China
  75. Torvalds Explains Scheduler Decision
  76. Microsoft Reinvents Bittorrent
  77. Cross-OS File System That Sucks Less?
  78. New Carbon-based Paper Stronger Than Nanotubes
  79. Security Top Concern for New IETF Chair
  80. Samsung Develops First LCD Panel Using DisplayPort
  81. Houston, We Have a Drinking Problem
  82. AC = Domestic Terrorists?
  83. Researchers Crack Every Certified CA Voting Machine
  84. Pro Gaming Network Television Coverage Begins Saturday
  85. FDA Sees Nanotech Challenges In Every Product Category
  86. Brian May, Rock Legend, Soon-To-Be Astrophysicist
  87. The Future of Putting Chips Inside Our Brains
  88. Reboot To Get A Reboot
  89. Toyota Unveils Plug-in Hybrid Prius
  90. Merely Cloaking Data May Be Incriminating?
  91. Wikia details plans for search rival to Google
  92. IBM to Regulate Employee Second Life Behavior
  93. Wikipedia Infiltrated by Intelligence Agents?
  94. Give iPod Thieves an Unchargeable Brick
  95. Apple co-founder backs Internet video venture
  96. Report Warns Against Well-Meaning Net Censorship
  97. University of Kansas Will Not Forward RIAA Letters
  98. Leonard Nimoy to Play Spock in Next Star Trek Movie
  99. Happy System Administrator Appreciation Day
  100. Jesuits say take word of God to Second Life
  101. Hungary Officials Raid Microsoft Office
  102. 3.0GHz Phenom and 3-Way CrossFire Spotted
  103. Jesuits say take word of God to Second Life
  104. The Trouble With TiVo
  105. EU Slaps Intel With Formal Antitrust Charges
  106. Intern Loses 800,000 Social Security Numbers
  107. Microsoft Claims a Billion Windows Installs by End of 2008
  108. Internet censorship spreading: OSCE study
  109. BBC launches free Internet TV service
  110. A Historical Look At The First Linux Kernel
  111. Lawmakers fret over digital TV transition
  112. BBC launches free Internet TV service
  113. "Lost" world offers game, mobisodes, books
  114. Homeland Security Funds LED Light That Blinds, Disorients
  115. "Lost" world offers game, mobisodes, books
  116. Change Google's Background Color To Save Energy?
  117. Lawmakers fret over digital TV transition
  118. Dell to Offer More Linux PCs
  119. Lawmakers fret over digital TV transition
  120. Explosion at Scaled Composites Kills 2, Injures 4
  121. Cisco to Kill Linksys Brand Name
  122. RansomWare Disassembly Reveals Evolutionary Path
  123. Microsoft CEO defends move beyond desktop
  124. NASA Investigates Possible Sabotage by Worker
  125. Power on for "Heroes" video game
  126. BitTorrent Comes to Cell Phones
  127. Commuter writes book using mobile phone
  128. Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web
  129. Thunderbird to Leave Mozilla Foundation
  130. Microsoft Launches OSS Site, Submits License For Approval
  131. Commuter writes book using mobile phone
  132. Microsoft CEO defends move beyond desktop
  133. Dell to expand Linux PC offerings, partner says
  134. Humans Can Still Out-Bluff Machines
  135. BusinessWeek Advocates Microsoft Piracy
  136. Microsoft acquires "stock market for ads"
  137. Target to sell only Blu-ray DVD players
  138. U.S. health info technology lags
  139. Firefox and IE Still Not Getting Along
  140. $60 Games Are Here To Stay
  141. Stage set for battle of the bands among gamers
  142. Retailer Target to sell only Blu-ray DVD players
  143. Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web
  144. Deep Packet Inspection and Net Neutrality
  145. New Ethernet Standard — Both 40 and 100 Gbps
  146. Stage set for battle of the bands among gamers
  147. Wasting time at work? You're not alone: survey
  148. Microsoft says Windows Vista sales reach 60 million
  149. Dell Asking ATI For Better Linux Drivers
  150. EU, U.S. agree common signal for GPS-Galileo systems
  151. Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web
  152. Stage set for battle of the bands among gamers
  153. Microsoft cuts Xbox DVD player to $179
  154. What's Keeping US Phones In the Stone Age?
  155. Second Life Shuts Down Gambling
  156. Under User Pressure, SugarCRM Adopts GPLv3
  157. Harry Potter's magic can't beat Chinese pirates
  158. Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web
  159. Stage set for battle of the bands among gamers
  160. Wasting time at work? You're not alone: survey
  161. Nintendo jumps in market value on earnings fever
  162. Hungary competition authority raids Microsoft office
  163. Cell Towers Not Responsible For Illness
  164. Stage set for battle of the bands among gamers
  165. Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web
  166. Sony Q1 profit tripples on digicam sales, yen
  167. Microsoft cuts Xbox DVD player to $179
  168. Sprint in pact to develop mobile internet portal with Google
  169. Apple quarterly profit up on Mac strength
  170. Dancing atoms hold prospect of superfast computing
  171. Nintendo jumps in market value on earnings fever
  172. Get Ready For the High-tech Beach
  173. OpenBSD Foundation Announced
  174. Malaysia Uses Anti-Terrorism Laws To Stop Bloggers
  175. OpenBSD Foundation Accounced
  176. Dancing atoms hold prospect of superfast computing
  177. Matching Cancers With the Best Chemical Treatments
  178. Seagate to Drop IDE Drives by Year End
  179. Senators Call for Universal Internet Filtering
  180. Study Proves Having Fat Friends Makes You Fat
  181. Computer Program Learns Baby Talk in Any Language
  182. Judge sets deadline in Facebook fraud lawsuit
  183. Microsoft to provide advertising for Digg
  184. Judge sets deadline in Facebook fraud lawsuit
  185. Microsoft to provide advertising for Digg
  186. Toyota unveils plug-in hybrid, to test on roads
  187. Intel Researchers Demonstrate 40Gbps Optical Chips
  188. Dearly Departed — Companies and Products That Didn't Make It
  189. Facebook fights fraud lawsuit from Harvard rivals
  190. Hitachi Develops New Visual Search
  191. Dancing atoms hold prospect of superfast computing
  192. Public Discussion Opened on Space Solar Power
  193. Microsoft, Digg reach Web advertising agreement
  194. Jailhouse rock: Philippine inmates groove on the Web
  195. Project Arcade
  196. MST3K is Back, Sort Of
  197. Dancing atoms hold prospect of superfast computing
  198. FDA says no new labeling for nanotech products
  199. Microsoft, Digg reach Web advertising agreement
  200. Facebook fights fraud lawsuit from Harvard rivals
  201. Your plant just called to say ... I'm thirsty!
  202. Podcaster loses "cybersquat" of Simpsons Movie site
  203. Malaysia Uses Anti-Terrorism Laws to Stop Bloggers
  204. Your plant just called to say ... I'm thirsty!
  205. $150 Linux Laptop for the Masses
  206. Facebook fights fraud lawsuit from Harvard rivals
  207. Tool Detects "In-Flight" Webpage Alterations
  208. Steve Jobs Hates Buttons
  209. Your plant just called to say ... I'm thirsty!
  210. Toyota unveils plug-in hybrid, to test on roads
  211. China says pirated DVD production lines smuggled in
  212. Intel Releases Threading Library Under GPL 2
  213. Podcaster loses "cybersquat" of Simpsons Movie site
  214. Yahoo's YSlow Plug-in Tells You Why Your Site is Slow
  215. Podcaster loses "cybersquat" of Simpsons Movie site
  216. Microsoft, EA sign sports game ad deal
  217. iPhone Can Now Run Apache, Python, Vim
  218. CNN's YouTube debate draws impressive ratings
  219. Toshiba, Fujitsu, NEC in chip talks
  220. Chipmakers say worst is over after dire quarter
  221. Web site traces convict ancestors
  222. $500M Piracy Ring Busted In China
  223. Nintendo lifts forecast after Q1 triples on Wii, DS
  224. Microsoft, EA sign sports game ad deal
  225. UK Rejects Extending Music Copyright
  226. Microsoft, EA sign sports game ad deal
  227. PubPat Kills Four Key Monsanto Patents
  228. Microsoft, EA sign sports game ad deal
  229. Facebook names ex YouTube finance chief as new CFO
  230. Facebook names ex YouTube finance chief as new CFO
  231. The Nanomechanical Computer
  232. CNN's Youtube debate draws impressive ratings
  233. Facebook names ex YouTube finance chief as new CFO
  234. Using AI To Filter RSS Feeds
  235. Facebook names ex YouTube finance chief as new CFO
  236. Top Ten Discoveries of the Mars Rovers
  237. Replacing Copper With Pencil Graphite
  238. Multiple Sites Down In SF Power Outage
  239. Apple falls on initial iPhone activation numbers
  240. Federal Science Gets More Politicized
  241. MySpace deletes 29,000 sex offenders
  242. Truck-Mounted Laser Guns
  243. Punchscan Wins Open Source Voting Competition
  244. World of Warcraft Hits 9 Million Users
  245. U.S. video game sales rise 31 percent in June
  246. Computer program can learn baby talk
  247. Canadian gym puts Wii workout on its schedule
  248. Apple falls on initial iPhone activation numbers
  249. iPhone, Apple PCs vulnerable to hackers: consultant
  250. CORRECTED: U.S. video game sales rise 31 percent in June