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  1. Some iPhone users have activation delays: source
  2. Some 7-11s Become Kwik-E-Marts
  3. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 6 to 1 in Japan in June
  4. Yahoo beefs up target advertising tools
  5. Activation Problems in iPhone Paradise
  6. Yahoo beefs up target advertising tools
  7. Yahoo beefs up target advertising tools
  8. Tangible Display Makes 3D Touchable
  9. Deathbed Confession Says Aliens Were at Roswell
  10. Some iPhone users have activation delays: source
  11. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 6 to 1 in Japan in June
  12. Cart Locking System Released as Open Source
  13. Curious gadget fans smash, dissect iPhones
  14. Far Future Will See No Evidence of Universe's Origin
  15. Curious gadget fans smash, dissect iPhones
  16. FTC Says 'Slow Down' on Net Neutrality
  17. FastTCP Commercialized Into An FTP Appliance
  18. MacBooks to Feature iPhone's Multi-Touch?
  19. Fighting Online Game Cheating in Hardware
  20. Most iPhone owners gush but some have glitches
  21. Young ad stars show old pros new tricks
  22. SanDisk and Ritek settle suit, sign license deal
  23. Science Videos Search Engine
  24. No iPhone For 64-Bit Windows
  25. Cryptography To Frustrate Printer-Ink Piracy
  26. SWSoft Out of Compliance With the GPL
  27. Google Protects Healthcare From Michael Moore
  28. Galapagos Islands Environment "In Danger"
  29. AT&T Vs. Apple Store At the iPhone Launch
  30. Most iPhone owners gush but some have glitches
  31. Exxon's Brute Squad Hacks the Yes Men
  32. Dell To Sell Advanced Server Cooling Systems
  33. Freeman Dyson On Open Source Biology
  34. Visualizing "Answer People" In Online Discussions
  35. 100x Faster Hard Drive In Lab
  36. Fuzzing Toolkit For Web Server Testing
  37. AT&T says almost sold out of Apple iPhones
  38. AT&T says almost sold out of Apple iPhones
  39. Eben Moglen on the Global Software Industry Post-GPL3
  40. Recovering a Lost or Stolen Gadget
  41. RIAA Wants Agreements to Stay Secret
  42. Power Consumption and the Future of Computing
  43. Apple iPhone Dissected
  44. Permit May Be Required For Public Photography in NYC
  45. Team Claims Synthetic Life Feat
  46. John Edwards on Open Source Voting Machines
  47. Winnipeg Demands Immobilizers on High-Risk Cars
  48. Thousands of tech faithful snap up first iPhones
  49. SanDisk and Ritek settle suit, sign license deal
  50. Thousands of tech faithful snap up first iPhones
  51. Some people can buy iPhone without 2-year contract
  52. Thousands of tech faithful snap up first iPhones
  53. Young ad stars show old pros new tricks
  54. Some people can buy iPhone without 2-year contract
  55. Some people can buy iPhone without 2-year contract
  56. Military Running a Parallel Earth Simulator
  57. Military Running a Paralell Earth Simulator
  58. Thousands of tech faithful buy first iPhones
  59. Thousands of tech faithful buy iPhones at launch
  60. Open Source Set-Top-Box Adds YouTube Support
  61. Google Maps Now Does Interactive Re-Routing
  62. Thousands of tech faithful buy iPhones at launch
  63. Early iPhone buyers strain to resell them online
  64. iPhone sellers open doors, greeted by cheers
  65. iPhone launch draws gadget geeks, hired help
  66. Apple iPhone launch draws gadget geeks, hired help
  67. iPhone sellers open doors, greeted by cheers
  68. AMD Announces August Release Date for Barcelona
  69. Russia Claims Large Chunk of North Pole
  70. iPhone sellers open doors, greeted by cheers
  71. Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's $6 per phone offer
  72. Drugs to Prevent Cell Suicide
  73. Microsoft to Simplify Downgrades From Vista to XP
  74. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds line up
  75. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds line up
  76. GPLv3 Released
  77. Music Industry Attacks Free Prince CD
  78. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds wait on line
  79. New Zealand Banks Demand a Peek at User PCs
  80. Rutkowska Faces 'Blue Pill' Rootkit Challenge
  81. iPhone launch draws gadget geeks and entrepreneurs
  82. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds wait on line
  83. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds wait on line
  84. PluggedIn: Young ad stars show old pros new tricks
  85. The Internet Of Things
  86. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, hundreds wait on line
  87. Value Propositions of Current CPUs Put to the Test
  88. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, lines grow
  89. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, lines grow
  90. Gadget fans speak out from iPhone lines
  91. Controversial Security Paper Nixed From Black Hat
  92. iPhone Doesn't Surf Fast Enough for Jobs
  93. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, lines grow
  94. Integrated HIV Successfully Cut Out of Human Genome
  95. Disk drive consolidation as Western buys Komag
  96. Red Hat CEO Talked Patents with MS
  97. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, jolt mobile industry
  98. Five Ideas That Will Reinvent Computing
  99. Mixed motives draw crowd to iPhone retail circus
  100. Bigelow Aerospace Deploys Genesis 2 Space Module
  101. Bank on Your Cell Phone
  102. Disk drive consolidation as Western buys Komag
  103. iPhone accessory market set for slow start
  104. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, jolt mobile industry
  105. Apple's iPhone to hit stores, jolt mobile industry
  106. CallerID Spoofing to be Made Illegal
  107. Supercomputer On-a-Chip Prototype Unveiled
  108. Vista Security Claims Debunked
  109. Mixed motives draw crowd to iPhone retail circus
  110. Mars Rover Ready for Risky Descent into Crater
  111. National ID May Have Killed Immigration Bill
  112. IPhone accessory market set for slow start
  113. People Trust Yahoo! and Google For the Brands
  114. TiVo says Comcast accepts software for DVRs
  115. Music industry hopes for, yet fears, iPhone effect
  116. Ban On Price Floors Abandoned, Internet Prices May Rise
  117. Cyberbullying Gains Momentum in US
  118. The Man Who Went Through 11 Xbox 360s
  119. AMD Finally Launches Low-Price DX10 Cards
  120. Microsoft to Sell PCs, Starting in India
  121. The MMOG Moneysellers Respond To Your Questions
  122. EU's Reding to support European mobile TV standard
  123. Japan toy makers turn air guitars into reality
  124. Mozilla Sunbird 0.5 Released
  125. Major Flaw Found In Security Products
  126. IPhone accessory market set for slow start
  127. New graphics chips enable next-gen gaming
  128. Microsoft touts supercomputing for the masses
  129. No OLPCs for Cuba, Ever
  130. The United States Space Arsenal
  131. Desperately Seeking Xen
  132. Spirited Exchange Over Net Neutrality
  133. New graphics chips enable next-gen gaming
  134. Netflix cuts price for 2-at-a-time DVD rental plan
  135. Theo de Raadt Details Intel Core 2 Bugs
  136. Google Desktop Now on Linux
  137. New graphics chips enable next-gen gaming
  138. Japanese gadget can predict tremors before they hit
  139. Japan toy makers turn air guitars into reality
  140. Microsoft Pays Bloggers to Tout MS Slogan
  141. IPhone accessory market set for slow start
  142. IPhone accessory market set for slow start
  143. Nokia sees new rivals emerging in China: paper
  144. Red Hat CEO says he talked patents with Microsoft
  145. Mochila lands photo deal with Getty, Zuma, Jupiter
  146. Mochila lands photo deal with Getty, Zuma, Jupiter
  147. YouTube visits larger than rivals combined: survey
  148. Giant Microwave Turns Plastic Back to Oil
  149. Vodafone iPhone deal hinges partly on subsidies: report
  150. Red Hat CEO says he talked patents with Microsoft
  151. Vodafone iPhone deal hinges partly on subsidies: report
  152. The United State's Space Arsenal
  153. All Things iPhone
  154. Microsoft to Offer Free Online Storage
  155. GPL 3 Launch Date Announced
  156. Apple's iPhone faces tougher rivals than iPod
  157. YouTube visits larger than rivals combined: survey
  158. Sun Super Computer May Hit 2 Petaflops
  159. Doctors want more study on overuse of video games
  160. Autism Reversed in Mice at MIT Lab
  161. Global mobile phone use to hit record 3.25 billion
  162. Apple's iPhone faces tougher rivals than iPod
  163. Boeing's New 787 Wings — Amazingly Flexible
  164. Vodafone iPhone deal hinges partly on subsidies: report
  165. Microsoft rolls out Web storage, new photo gallery
  166. Vodafone iPhone deal hinges partly on subsidies: report
  167. WSJ's Mossberg praises "breakthrough" iPhone
  168. Doctors want more study on overuse of video games
  169. The Art and Science of CSS
  170. Doctors want more study on overuse of video games
  171. First Royal Mummy Found Since Tut is Identified
  172. Will Linux Win the Next Presidential Election?
  173. Doctors want more study on overuse of video games
  174. Linux Computer in USB Key Form-Factor
  175. Global mobile phone use to hit record 3.25 billion
  176. Slashdot: Podcasts, IM, Improved Discussions
  177. Global mobile phone use to hit record 3.25 billion
  178. Internal Microsoft Email about Life at Google
  179. Privatunes Anonymizes iTunes Plus
  180. Hans Reiser Interview from Prison
  181. 6 Months On, Vista Security Still Besting Linux
  182. Global mobile phone use to pass record 3 billion
  183. Global mobile phone use to pass record 3 billion
  184. CIA Declassifies the "Family Jewels"
  185. WSJ's Mossberg praises "breakthrough" iPhone
  186. Sprint Nextel revamps ads to focus on speed, data
  187. Microsoft Security Makes "Worst Jobs" List
  188. Brightpoint sees Nokia mkt share growing: report
  189. Horror guru Barker unveils "Jericho" video game
  190. Microsoft rolls out Web storage, new photo gallery
  191. WSJ's Mossberg praises "breakthrough" iPhone
  192. T-Mobile USA launches home Wi-Fi calling service
  193. Flaws In Intel Processors Quietly Patched
  194. Walt Mossberg Reviews the iPhone
  195. WSJ's Mossberg praises "breakthrough" iPhone
  196. University of Washington Will Aid RIAA
  197. NY Legislature Rejects "Microsoft Amendment"
  198. Google Setting Up a Presence In Kenya
  199. Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show up
  200. US Expands Airport Biometric Data Collection
  201. Tunguska Impact Crater Found?
  202. Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show up
  203. Day of Silence On the Internet
  204. Wireless Networks Causing Headaches For Businesses
  205. U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice
  206. U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice
  207. AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news
  208. Legend of the Syndicate
  209. Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show
  210. U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice
  211. IBM's Blue Gene Runs Continuously At 1 Petaflop
  212. Wikipedia Gets State Funding in Germany
  213. BBC Chooses Microsoft DRM Platform
  214. CORRECTED: U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice
  215. U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice Department
  216. Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show up
  217. Dell adds new notebook PCs to boost consumer sales
  218. U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice Deptartment
  219. Vista Games Cracked to Run on XP
  220. Microsoft's Virtualization Stance Eying Apple?
  221. Dassault Systemes launches 3D Internet software
  222. Apple and AT&T Announce iPhone Service Plans
  223. Microsoft's Virtualization Stance Eyeing Apple?
  224. OpenSuSE to Release Linux Distro for Educators
  225. Apple, AT&T set three price plans for iPhone
  226. Fresh Security Breaches At Los Alamos
  227. Apple ups Balda orders for iPhone screens: paper
  228. Giant Penguins Once Roamed Peru
  229. Apple ups Balda orders for iPhone screens: paper
  230. Time Inc. uses Quigo for online text ads
  231. Space Elevator Rebuttal From LiftPort Founder
  232. Dell adds new notebook PCs to boost consumer sales
  233. Dassault unveils 3D Internet software
  234. AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news
  235. AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news
  236. Is the CD Becoming Obsolete?
  237. Google Calls For More Limits On Microsoft
  238. RIAA, Safenet Sued For Malicious Prosecution
  239. The British Steam Car Challenge
  240. Presence Systems Number One On Federal Wish List
  241. Some waiting on iPhone improvements before buying
  242. Intelligent Design Ruled "Not Science"
  243. Citizen Journalism Combating Chinese Censorship
  244. Apple now third-largest US music retailer
  245. Some waiting on iPhone improvements before buying
  246. Apple now third-largest U.S. music retailer
  247. Some waiting on iPhone improvements before buying
  248. X Prize Foundation Announces Lunar Lander Competitors
  249. Google seeks to extend Microsoft antitrust decree
  250. The Mechanized Future