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  1. FCC Head Wants New Wireless Devices Unlocked
  2. Tim Berners-Lee Discusses the Future of the Web
  3. The Psychology of Facebook Examined
  4. The Intersection of Microsoft, Linux, and China
  5. Korea to Clone Drug Sniffing Dogs
  6. Apple Plans Cheaper Nano-Based iPhone
  7. TiVo, Amazon to sell movies straight to TV sets
  8. Neutral Net Needs Twice the Bandwidth of Tiered
  9. Nicotine Is the New Wonder Drug
  10. Sony lowers price of PS3 as E3 trade show downsizes
  11. The Pirate Bay Won't Be Censored
  12. China gamers have a bone to pick over skeletons
  13. Sony lowers price of PS3 as E3 trade show downsizes
  14. Konami sees little PS3 price cut impact
  15. Disney delays "Pirates" game
  16. Text Compressor 1% Away From AI Threshold
  17. EA divulges clues to Spielberg games
  18. Groklaw Explains Microsoft and the GPLv3
  19. Ford, So Cal Ed to test plug-in hybrids
  20. New Web Metric Likely To Hurt Google
  21. Analyst Says Blu-ray DRM Safe For 10 Years
  22. Samba Adopts GPLv3 For Future Releases
  23. Are In-Depth Articles Better Than Blog Postings?
  24. Compound From Olive-Pomace Oil Inhibits HIV Spread
  25. Apple plans cheaper, Nano-based phone: JP Morgan
  26. Apple plans cheaper, Nano-based phone: JP Morgan
  27. Apple plans cheaper, Nano-based phone: JP Morgan
  28. First "Real" Benchmark for PostgreSQL
  29. Robots Teach Autistic Kids Social Skills
  30. Hawkeye system hits the mark say Wimbledon
  31. New York Plans Surveillance Veil For Downtown
  32. Review of Stardock's TweakVista
  33. Team Builds Viruses To Combat Harmful "Biofilms"
  34. Google Maps Shows Chinese Nuclear Sub Prototype
  35. Attempts to Count Linux Users Remain Pointless
  36. Joost to offer exclusive early look at VH1's "30s"
  37. Google to Acquire Postini
  38. On the Widespread Misuse of the Mouse
  39. Sony cuts price on PlayStation 3 by $100
  40. Sony cuts price on PlayStation 3 by $100
  41. Microsoft says no plans to cut Xbox Japan price
  42. NASA Purchases $19M Russian Space Toilet
  43. Yahoo Downgrades MusicMatch Jukebox
  44. Linux 2.6.22 Kernel Released
  45. Microsoft says no plans to cut Xbox Japan price
  46. Samsung, Ericsson sign telecom cross license deal
  47. Samsung, Ericsson sign telecom cross license deal
  48. Have Spammers Overcome the CAPTCHA?
  49. Sony cuts price on PlayStation 3 by $100
  50. Open Source Linux Phone Goes On Sale
  51. $499 PlayStation 3 Confirmed
  52. Sony cuts price on PlayStation 3 by $100
  53. Joost to offer exclusive early look at VH1's "30s"
  54. Microsoft says no plans to cut Xbox Japan price
  55. Sega plays synergy game with anime series "Bleach"
  56. Comcast and Net Speed Tests
  57. Floating Wind Turbines
  58. EA CEO calls video games "boring", complicated: WSJ
  59. First Thing IT Managers Do In the Morning?
  60. Music Industry Shaking Down Coffee Shops
  61. Shuttle SDXi Water-Cooled SFF PC
  62. Verizon Copper Cutoff Traps Customers
  63. Mars Rovers Threatened By Dust Storms
  64. Court Upholds Warrantless Internet Snooping
  65. Mars Rovers Threatened by Dust Storms
  66. Roswell UFO Festival
  67. Antivirus Vendors Headed for Court
  68. Forget Math to Become a Great Computer Scientist?
  69. Microholography Could Lead to 500 GB Discs
  70. Did We Really Need Seven New Wonders?
  71. Armed Police Bots with Stun Guns
  72. Politically Incorrect Observations About Human Nature
  73. How Much Caffeine is Really in That Soda?
  74. MediaDefender Denies Entrapment Accusations
  75. NH Signs Bill That Rejects Federal Real ID
  76. Are 80 Columns Enough?
  77. Thieves Using Stolen Credit Cards to Make Donations
  78. Ancient Robot Was Programmed with Rope
  79. Robert A. Heinlein's 100th Birthday
  80. DoD Offers $1 Million for Wearable Power Supply
  81. Matt Groening to be Final Boss in New Simpsons Game
  82. 35 Different Ways of Looking at Social Networks
  83. Sun Releases ODF Plugin for MS Office
  84. Ford, utility join to promote plug-in vehicles
  85. The Next-Gen iMac with Brushed Aluminum in August?
  86. Swedish Police to Block Pirate Bay
  87. DOJ Accidentally Gives Lawyer Wiretap Transcript
  88. Sprint Drops Customers Over Excessive Inquiries
  89. RIAA Forces YouTube to Remove Free Guitar Lessons
  90. iPhone Researchers Gain a Shell
  91. Sun Micro to revamp Solaris with Linux features
  92. 50 Years of the Multiverse Interpretation
  93. Sun Micro to revamp Solaris with Linux features
  94. Ford, utility join to promote plug-in vehicles
  95. Sun Micro to revamp Solaris with Linux features
  96. Half-Squid, Half-Octopus Discovered Off of Hawaii
  97. 2008 - Year of Linux Desktop?
  98. Upcoming Film Based On Arthur C. Clarke Story
  99. Both Sides of the PS3 Price Cut Rumor
  100. Ford, utility join to promote plug-in vehicles
  101. AMD Invests $7.5M in Transmeta
  102. Consumerist Catches Geek Squad Stealing ****
  103. Court Orders Dismissal of US Wiretapping Lawsuit
  104. Arrest Under New NY Anti-Piracy Law
  105. Google Makes Case to Join Microsoft Antitrust Case
  106. Both Sides of the PS3 Price Cut Rumour
  107. FCC Rules Open Source Code Is Less Secure
  108. PluggedIn: Facebook lets friends share private view of Web
  109. Upcoming Film Based on Arthur C. Clarke Story
  110. iPhone Battery Replacement An Unwelcome Surprise
  111. Blackberry "Spy" Software Released
  112. Microsoft States GPL3 Doesn't Apply to Them
  113. UK Copyright Extension in Exchange for Censorship?
  114. Microsoft to Release 6 Security Updates Next Week
  115. Amazon S3 is Patent-Pending
  116. Rihanna, Shop Boyz still not budging atop Hot 100
  117. Norwegian hacker says he can bypass AT&T on iPhone
  118. Norwegian hacker says he can bypass AT&T on iPhone
  119. Motorists Sue Over 'Hot' Fuel
  120. Auction Site to Sell Security Vulnerabilities
  121. Comet Probes Given New Duties
  122. Video game trade show to focus on price, new games
  123. O2 Offered iPhone Contract in UK
  124. Singles, Not Albums, Define Music Industry Success
  125. MS Moves R&D To Canada Due To Immigration Problem
  126. Research Indicates Beijing Is World Virus Capital
  127. MS Moves R&D to Canada Due to Immigration Problem
  128. Microsoft plans over $1 bln charge for Xbox repairs
  129. The Mainframe Still Lives!
  130. Video game trade show to focus on price, new games
  131. Microsoft plans over $1 bln charge for Xbox repairs
  132. CD sales drop, digital music jumps in 1st half '07
  133. UK Proposal To Restrict Internet ****ography Sparks Row
  134. Research Indicates Beijing is World Virus Capital
  135. Apple shares at new high on iPhone sales prospects
  136. Microsoft plans over $1 bln charge for Xbox repairs
  137. Microsoft expands in Canada amid U.S. visa crunch
  138. T-Mobile Announces WiFi Meshing Cellphone
  139. Video game trade show to focus on price, new games
  140. ZDNet Says AMD Posts Blatantly Deceptive Benchmark
  141. Apple up on iPhone sale expectations
  142. Alltunes.com Lets Users Download AllofMP3 Songs
  143. Draft Review of Java 7 "Measures and Units"
  144. Tiny Generator Runs Off Vibrations
  145. Belgian ISP Forced To Block P2P Traffic
  146. O2 yet to get first bite at UK Apple deal
  147. Dell Warns of Vista Upgrade Challenges
  148. A Simple Plan To Defeat Dumb Patents
  149. Swarm Theory Makes National Geographic
  150. O2 yet to get first bite at UK Apple deal
  151. Panic Over Failing QuikSCAT Satellite Overblown
  152. Microsoft to launch Xbox 360 Elite in Japan in Oct
  153. Dell says to sell PCs at Asian retail chains
  154. O2 set to win deal as UK partner for iPhone: papers
  155. O2 set to win deal as UK partner for iPhone-papers
  156. Microsoft to launch Xbox 360 Elite in Japan in Oct
  157. Explosives Camp
  158. Mazda aims to rev up sales with new Demio/Mazda2
  159. O2 set to win deal as UK partner for iPhone: papers
  160. The History of the CD-ROM
  161. New generation of lighter displays to take on LCDs
  162. Man Finally Makes the Weed-Removing Robot
  163. Google Loses Gmail Trademark Case
  164. MPAA Sets Up Fake Site to Catch Pirates
  165. Fiat wants Cinquecento to be the iPod of cars
  166. Fiat wants Cinquecento to be the iPod of cars
  167. Researchers Prove Existence Of New Type Of Electron Wave
  168. Researchers Claim Pheromones Trigger Brain Cell Growth
  169. Second Life Lawsuit Heads to Federal Court
  170. Minisode Network Condenses TV Shows to Under Six Minutes
  171. Perpetual Energy Machine Getting Lots of Attention
  172. National Archive File Format Time Bomb
  173. New Drug Helps to Dampen Bad Memories
  174. Whirling Twirling Propeller Trike
  175. Gadget boom to drive up energy demand: report
  176. Oracle faces long, hard road to prove SAP charges
  177. Mike Godwin hired by Wikimedia Foundation
  178. Fiat wants Cinquecento to be the iPod of cars
  179. RIM wins permission to sell in China: paper
  180. Woz on Open Source, DRM
  181. Explaining the Special Effects Behind Transformers
  182. RIM wins permission to sell in China: paper
  183. Oracle faces long, hard road to prove SAP charges
  184. Free the iPhone from AT&T
  185. RIM wins permission to sell in China: paper
  186. LinRails — Ruby On Rails For Linux
  187. Gadget boom to drive up energy demand: report
  188. Massachusetts Makes Health Insurance Mandatory
  189. Fiat says Cinquecento will become the iPod of cars
  190. Bill Gates Drops To Number 2
  191. S.Korea's LG Elec sues Quanta over DVD patents
  192. Ubuntu Dell $50 Cheaper Than Vista Dell
  193. Best Advanced Linux Kernel Training?
  194. Granny Sues RIAA Over Unlicensed Investigator
  195. Ocarina of Time — Best Game Ever?
  196. Synthetic Biology For Natural Fuel
  197. RoboCup 2007 Opens At Georgia Tech
  198. Sony Develops Fluid-Filled Bags For Hard Disks
  199. Software Speeds Response To Road Accidents
  200. Windows Loses Ground With Developers
  201. SAP discloses wrongdoing in Oracle theft suit
  202. Canada to create national do-not-call list
  203. Credit Industry Opposes Anti-ID Theft Method
  204. Google acquires Web-calling service GrandCentral
  205. iPhone Root Password Hacked in Three Days
  206. D.Telekom's mobile unit clinches iPhone deal: paper
  207. SAP Admits to 'Inappropriate' Downloading of Oracle Code
  208. The Current State of the Malware/AntiVirus Arms Race
  209. Blu-ray, HD DVD Target of EU Antitrust Probe
  210. Google Purchases GrandCentral Web Phone Service
  211. Dot-Com Work Culture Making a Comeback?
  212. Captain America Buried in Arlington National Cemetary
  213. Minnie Driver tapped for "Re"Visioned" Raider
  214. Massachusetts Likely To Approve OOXML
  215. AT&T says iPhone activation problems largely solved
  216. SAP admits wrongdoing in Oracle document theft case
  217. Casio, DoCoMo form electronic payment venture
  218. FSF Rattles Tivo Saber At Apple
  219. AT&T says iPhone activation problems largely solved
  220. Google acquires Web-calling service GrandCentral
  221. Google acquires Web-calling service GrandCentral
  222. SAP admits wrongdoing in Oracle downloads case
  223. Newly Declassified Window Film Keeps Out Snoops
  224. Gooogle acquires Web-calling service GrandCentral
  225. SAP admits inappropriate downloads in Oracle case
  226. Minnie Driver tapped for "Re"Visioned" Raider
  227. Is RIAA's Linares Affidavit Technically Valid?
  228. "Show Us the Code" Breaks Its Silence
  229. Some iPhone users have activation delays: source
  230. Slackware 12.0 Released
  231. Bush Commutes Libby's Sentence
  232. Allofmp3 Shut Down, Again
  233. AT&T says iPhone activation problems largely solved
  234. Transformers bring out the kid in grown-ups
  235. Improved High-Performance Energy Storage
  236. Some iPhone users have activation delays: source
  237. Are Contactless Payments Really Secure?
  238. Video games rob reading, homework time: U.S. study
  239. Video games rob reading, homework time: U.S. study
  240. iPhone Interest Still Going Strong
  241. Universal Refuses To Renew On iTunes
  242. A Look Inside the NCSA
  243. What Happened Before the Big Bang?
  244. Microsoft Doesn't Care About Destroying Linux
  245. Top Linux Developers Losing the Will To Code?
  246. Vista is Watching You
  247. Pentagon Developed 'Laughing Bullets'
  248. Recognizing Your Own Handwriting As A Password
  249. Apple sold 525,000 iPhones since launch: report
  250. A Reprieve for Internet Radio