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  1. Young keep it simple in high-tech world: survey
  2. Young keep it simple in high-tech world: survey
  3. U.S.-China joint probe nets fake software
  4. Senate Majority Leader Takes On File Sharing
  5. Young keep it simple in high-tech world: survey
  6. U.S.-China joint probe nets $500 mln fake software
  7. Inside FAA's GPS-Based Air Traffic Control
  8. TiVo to sell trimmed down premium TV video recorder
  9. Obama, Clinton clash in YouTube debate
  10. Obama, Clinton clash in YouTube debate
  11. TiVo to sell trimmed down premium TV video recorder
  12. Wikipedia Corrects Encyclopedia Britannica
  13. Krugman On the Connectivity Power Shift
  14. Obama, Clinton clash in YouTube debate
  15. Videos are stars of Democratic debate
  16. Videos are stars of Democratic debate
  17. Search Sites Unveil Privacy Plans
  18. Nonprofit may launch $350 laptop by Christmas
  19. Democrats take back seat to videos at debate
  20. XM, Sirius promise low cost packages, more choice
  21. U.S. video game sales rise 31 percent in June
  22. TimeWarner DNS Hijacking
  23. U.S. researchers unveil computerized prosthesis
  24. Details of Microsoft's New Analytics Tool Leaked
  25. Google Pledging to Bid $4.6bn to Open Spectrum
  26. USPTO Sued Over "Unqualified Appointment"
  27. The Unforking of KDE's KHTML and Webkit Begins
  28. XM, Sirius promise low cost packages, more choice
  29. Vista Use Grows as Mac OS X Stays Flat
  30. iPhone, Apple PCs vulnerable to hackers: consultant
  31. iPhone, Apple PCs vulnerable to hackers: consultant
  32. OLPC Mass Production Begins
  33. XM and Sirius would offer low cost, a-la-carte option
  34. Sony's Solid State 2.4 Pound Laptop Reviewed
  35. Jaxtr overseas call service doubles users in month
  36. Astronaut pitches junk into space orbit
  37. New Hack Exploits Common Programming Error
  38. What Happens Next on the US Vote on OOXML
  39. Astronaut pitches junk into space orbit
  40. Karstadt stores to sell iPhone in Germany
  41. The Real Problem With Alexa
  42. Password Vulnerability In Firefox 2.0.0.5
  43. XM, Sirius would offer low cost, a-la-carte options
  44. Is the LUG a thing of the past?
  45. Five Finger Keyboards
  46. XM, Sirius to offer low cost, a-la-carte options
  47. Microsoft curtails how long it stores Web searches
  48. TomTom to buy map supplier Tele Atlas
  49. Fox News' FTP Password Anyone?
  50. The Complete History of Format Wars
  51. Apple's iPhone vulnerable to hackers: report
  52. Canadian valley aims to keep cell phone-free quiet
  53. TomTom to buy map supplier Tele Atlas
  54. Jaxtr overseas call service doubles users in month
  55. Apple results eyed for iPhone sales
  56. Two crewmen leave space station for spacewalk
  57. Security Flaw Found That Allows Control of iPhone
  58. Apple's iPhone vulnerable to hackers: report
  59. GCC 4.2.1 Released
  60. Linspire/Microsoft Agreement Useless to Users
  61. RIAA Adds 23 Colleges to Hit List, Avoids Harvard
  62. Next Generation Zune Coming for Holiday Season
  63. European Commission To Raise Camera Costs in Europe
  64. Microsoft curtails how long it stores Web searches
  65. Deathly Hallows / OOTP Movie Discussion
  66. High-Tech Squirrels Trained to Conduct Espionage
  67. Deathly Hollows / OOTP Movie Discussion
  68. AMD Quad-Core Opteron (Barcelona) Tech Report
  69. Kids Say Email is Dead
  70. US Government Checking Up On Vista Users?
  71. US and China Top List of Spam-Relaying Countries
  72. Where the Wii Fits In
  73. Harvesting Energy from the Human Body
  74. New Linux Desktop Environment Built on Firefox
  75. Firefox Lite And Old PCs Could Crush IE
  76. Adult Stem Cell Growth Treats Cornea Disorders
  77. Linux Kernel To Have Stable Userspace Drive
  78. HIV Vaccine Ready For Clinical Trials
  79. Psychology, Design and Economics of Slot-Machines
  80. Africa - Offline And Waiting for the Web
  81. Northrop Grumman to own Scaled Composites
  82. Will MySpace Disrupt Television?
  83. Potentially Huge Legal Boost for EU File Traders
  84. Next Version of Windows? Call it '7'
  85. EU Google Competitor Project Gets Aid Worth $166 Million
  86. Safest Seat on a Plane, Or How to Survive a Crash
  87. OLPC Used to Browse ****
  88. AMD Beats Intel in Power-Efficiency Study
  89. Linux Gains Two New Virtualization Solutions
  90. Duke Wireless Problem Caused by Cisco, not iPhone
  91. Microsoft Sees Stronger XP Sales in FY08
  92. University of Kansas Adopts 'One Strike' Copyright Infringement Policy
  93. Google to bid for U.S. airwaves if condition added
  94. Your Own Mini-Stalker
  95. Google to bid for U.S. airwaves if condition added
  96. Storing CERN's Search for God (Particles)
  97. Google to bid for U.S. airwaves if condition added
  98. YouTube role grows as U.S. election nears
  99. Facebook Acquires Parakey's Web OS Platform
  100. Google Set to Bid $4.6 Billion for Airwaves
  101. Canadian valley aims to keep cellphone-free quiet
  102. Huge Martian Dust Storm Threatens Rovers
  103. Custom Trojan Creation Tool Sold Online
  104. Billboard DVD reviews: Pet Shop Boys, Flaming Lips
  105. Google to bid for U.S. airwaves if condition added
  106. Slot Machine with Bad Software Sends Players To Jail
  107. U.S. telco results expected to prove video growth
  108. US court dismisses Qualcomm appeal for now
  109. Open Library Goes Online With Public Domain Books
  110. The Desktop -- Time to Start Saying Goodbye?
  111. U.S. telco results expected to prove video growth
  112. YouTube role grows as U.S. election nears
  113. AMD Phenom and John Woo's Stranglehold In Action
  114. Project Sylpheed Review
  115. Which Google Should Congress Believe?
  116. Google may bid in spectrum auction
  117. YouTube role grows as U.S. election nears
  118. Former Spammer Reveals Secrets in New Book
  119. Senate Committee Passes FCC Indecency Bill
  120. Holes Remain Open in Firefox Password Manager
  121. Google may bid in spectrum auction
  122. Broadband Data Improvement Act Clears Committee
  123. W3C Considering An HTML 5
  124. Patent Reform Bill Approved by House Committee
  125. U.S. Science and Engineering Research Flattens
  126. Richard Stallman Talks on Copyright V. The People
  127. Hotmail Delivers Far Fewer Emails with Attachments
  128. FBI Used Spyware for Online Search
  129. Cheap Paint-able Solar Cells Developed
  130. Web-based Anonymizer Discontinued
  131. Canada's Copyright Cops Give Go-Ahead For iPod Tax
  132. PluggedIn: Vista's growing pains leave room for XP
  133. Six Minutes of Terror - Landing Humans on Mars
  134. Vista's growing pains leave room for XP
  135. Security Researcher Chases Virus Maker Off the Net
  136. Checkers Solved, Unbeatable Database Created
  137. Sprint, Clearwire in WiMax network pact
  138. Webcasters Call Bunk on SoundExchange DRM Ploy
  139. Computer plays "perfect" game of checkers
  140. RIAA v. Santangelo Default Judgment Vacated
  141. New Dynamic Updating Discussions
  142. Ubiquitous Multi-Gigabit Wireless Within Three Years
  143. Executive Order Overturns US Fifth Amendment
  144. Do "Illegal" Codecs Actually Scare Linux Users?
  145. Humans Evolved From a Single Origin In Africa
  146. Vodafone "looks forward" to 3G iPhone version
  147. Sprint, Clearwire to build national WiMAX network
  148. IE Dropping, Now Near 70% In Europe
  149. $298 Wal-Mart PC Has OO.org, No Crapware
  150. Mac Worm Author Gets Death Threats
  151. Enigma Machine for Sale on eBay
  152. Toshiba recalls more Sony PC batteries
  153. Nokia starts global positioning service
  154. U.S. publisher takes action over Harry Potter leak
  155. Nokia starts global positioning service
  156. Too Many Linux Distros Make For Open Source Mess
  157. Nokia starts global positioning service
  158. Toshiba recalls more Sony PC batteries
  159. Nintendo Wii Japan sales hit 3 mln units: survey
  160. Magnetic Wobbles Cause Hard Drive Failure
  161. Testing Einstein's 'Spooky Action at a Distance'
  162. Making Old Sound Recordings Audible Again
  163. "Last Mimzy" first in video sales
  164. U.S. publisher takes action over Harry Potter leak
  165. Re-Vote Likely After E-Vote Data Mishandling
  166. True Random Number Generator Goes Online
  167. eBay Bargains Soon To Be A Thing Of The Past?
  168. Identifying (and Fixing) Failing IT Projects
  169. U.S. publisher takes action over Harry Potter leak
  170. Nickelodeon to spend $100 million on online games
  171. Retailers Leak New TiVo HD Specs and Price
  172. Police Given Access to Congestion-Charge Cameras
  173. The Ultimate Identity Theft Prevention Plan
  174. Microsoft Excludes GPLv3 From Linspire Deal
  175. Boeing Helping to Develop Algae-Powered Jet
  176. Disney music label offers new CD format
  177. U.S. offers $968 million for disaster technology
  178. Disney music label offers new CD format
  179. Harry Potter "leaks" spread to China
  180. Bill Gates Should Buy Your Buffer Overruns
  181. FBI Remotely Installs Spyware to Trace Bomb Threat
  182. Google agrees to sell print ads for newspapers
  183. Brokers up Intel price targets even as shares fall
  184. Harry Potter "leaks" spread to China
  185. Farscape (Kinda) Returns
  186. Democracy Player Is Dead, Long Live Miro
  187. Google agrees to sell print ads for newspapers
  188. Harry Potter "leaks" spread to China
  189. Cybercriminals Building New, Stealthier Networks
  190. Does Comcast Hate Firefox?
  191. EU backs Nokia-led mobile TV standard
  192. Does Comcast hate Firefox?
  193. Harry Potter "leaks" spread to China
  194. RIM launches dual-mode cellular, Wi-Fi BlackBerry
  195. Major Security Hole In Samsung Linux Drivers
  196. EU backs Nokia-led mobile TV standard
  197. France's Ubisoft sells stake in Gameloft
  198. Robot Aims To Walk On Water
  199. Sony PS3 Japan sales hit 1 mln, lags Wii: survey
  200. Rewritable Song Lyrics
  201. New X-Files Movie
  202. openMosix Is Shutting Down
  203. Harry Potter Leaked Via Handheld Camera
  204. Steve Jobs tops list of online music "Powergeeks"
  205. Steve Jobs tops list of online music "Powergeeks"
  206. Worm Claimed For Apple OS X
  207. Will Security Firms Detect Police Spyware?
  208. Where In the US Can You Get Just a Cell Phone?
  209. Möbius Strip Riddle Solved
  210. U.S. radio hopes politics, advertisers boost 2008
  211. Hackers steal U.S. government, corporate data from PCs
  212. RIM launches dual-mode cellular, Wi-Fi BlackBerry
  213. RIM launches dual-mode cellular, Wi-Fi BlackBerry
  214. NZ Outfit Dumps Open Office For MS Office
  215. EU court to rule on Microsoft in September
  216. Sophisticated, Targeted Breakins Uncovered
  217. UK's Truphone Wins Injunction Against T-Mobile
  218. Microsoft Patents the Mother of All Adware
  219. Bionic Hand Makes it to Market
  220. Internet-call service SunRocket cuts off service
  221. Microsoft offers subscription software in S. Africa
  222. Chameleon Liquid Could Replace LCDs
  223. First Robotic Drone Squadron Deployed
  224. Internet-call service SunRocket cuts off service
  225. First Robotic Drone Squadron Deployed
  226. Harry Potter spawns parallel Internet world
  227. Lennon's glasses for sale in Web auction
  228. Microsoft Pledges Conditional Support for ODF
  229. Watching you, watching them -- CCTV closing in
  230. Harry Potter spawns parallel Internet world
  231. Internet Phone Start-up Goes Belly-Up
  232. Sony to launch cheaper PlayStation Portable
  233. Hackers steal government, corporate data
  234. Internet-call service SunRocket cuts off service
  235. EU court to rule on Microsoft in September
  236. EU to hit some digital cameras with import duty
  237. Intel Launches Mobile Linux Project
  238. Sony to launch slimmer PSP in Japan
  239. Gadgets, shoes to lift back-to-school spending
  240. Web Radio Negotiations Carry Poison Pill
  241. Sony to launch slimmer PSP in Japan
  242. Blogs Are Eating Tech Media Alive
  243. Ludia tapped for "Price Is Right" game
  244. RIAA Directed To Pay $68K In Attorneys Fees
  245. Mitochondria and the Prevention of Death
  246. World's Largest Telescope Up and Running
  247. Internet looms in new Hollywood contract talks
  248. IPhones Flooding Wireless LAN At Duke
  249. OOXML Denied INCITS V1 Approval
  250. Sony to phase out $500 PlayStation 3