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  1. With hype high, iPhone may have to fight a flop
  2. Time Inc. uses Quigo for online text ads
  3. Google seeks Microsoft antitrust decree extension
  4. Computers read news, and trade on it quickly
  5. College Librarians Urged To Play Video Games
  6. Blade Runner at 25, Why the F/X Still Matter
  7. Microsoft expects Google complaint over desktop fix
  8. Computers read news, and trade on it quickly
  9. Mono Coders Hack Linux Silverlight in 21 Days
  10. American Class Divisions Through Facebook and MySpace
  11. Review of Ergonomic Evoluent VerticalMouse 3
  12. Scientist Calls Mars a Terraforming Target
  13. ATM Turns 40
  14. Experts Oppose Classifying Gaming Addiction As Mental Disorder
  15. Nintendo briefly outstrips Sony in market value
  16. Babylon 5 - The Lost Tales Trailer Posted
  17. Nintendo outstrips Sony in market value
  18. Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 Sample Preview
  19. Plaxo turns address books into Web social networks
  20. CA Bill Limits Skin Implantation of RFID Chips
  21. Nintendo outstrips Sony in market value
  22. Plaxo turns address books into Web social networks
  23. CBC News Interprets GPL - Poorly
  24. Nintendo outstrips Sony in market value
  25. Nintendo outstrips Sony in market value
  26. CERN Announces Collider Startup Delay
  27. Addiction experts say video games not an addiction
  28. First Quantum Computing Gate on a Chip
  29. FBI Seeks To Restrict University Student Freedoms
  30. The Perfect Phone Storm?
  31. Underfunded NSA Suffers Brownouts
  32. Google May Close Gmail Germany Over Privacy Law
  33. School's Out Forever at SV High Tech High
  34. Fiber Optic Table Illuminates Your Dining
  35. Republican Fred Thompson aims for blogger-in-chief
  36. WoW Database Site Sells For $1 Million
  37. eBay and Google Make Amends, Kinda
  38. US Prepares for Eventual Cyberwar
  39. WoW Database Site Sells for $1 Million
  40. Quantum Dots Might Be Key For Teleportation
  41. YouTube To Share Revenue With 20-year-old Filmmaker
  42. Virtualization May Break Vista DRM
  43. A CIO's View of SUSE's Enterprise Viability
  44. Congress to Revisit Virtual Goods Taxation
  45. Table Top USP Lasers Slice, Dice, and So Much More
  46. Take Two Shelves Manhunt 2
  47. eBay And Google Make Amends, Kinda
  48. Internet Radio Will Go Silent on June 26th
  49. The Roadmap to Leopard?
  50. How-Not-to-Hire-U.S.-Workers Law Firm Fires Back
  51. Lunar Lens Takes A Step Forward
  52. Washington Woman Sues RIAA for Attorneys Fees
  53. C.I.A. to Let "Skeletons" Out of its Closet
  54. Stanford Gets First Sun Blackbox
  55. ISPs Inserting Ads Into Your Pages
  56. Pimp Your XP
  57. EU Broadens Probe of Search Engines and Privacy
  58. Robots To Replace Migrant Fruit Pickers
  59. Will You Change Your Web Site For the iPhone?
  60. Subpoenas Issued Over NSA Warrantless Wiretapping
  61. Opera 9.5 To Fully Support CSS?
  62. Charges Dropped In PA Video Taping Arrest
  63. Eta Carinae, Soon To Be a Local Supernova
  64. BBC Threatened Over iPlayer Format
  65. It's Hard To Run a Blog In Sweden
  66. Good Ways To Join an Open Source Project?
  67. Citizens Given Video Cameras To Monitor Police
  68. Lawyer Asks RIAA To Investigate Bush Twins
  69. PluggedIn: Online video recorders stoke new piracy concerns
  70. PluggedIn: Online video recorders stoke new piracy concerns
  71. Qualcomm's request for stay on ITC order denied
  72. Brain/Machine Interfaces Approaching Usefulness
  73. Microsoft Was Distributing Ubuntu Linux
  74. Nokia leads race for next billion mobile users
  75. China GrenTech wins China Mobile contract for Olympics
  76. Court Ruling Limits Copyright Claims
  77. France Bans BlackBerries In Govt. On Fears of Spying
  78. More Than Half of Known Vista Bugs are Unpatched
  79. Qualcomm's request for stay on ITC order denied
  80. Firstborn Get the Brains
  81. Final Draft of GPLv3 Allows Novell-Microsoft Deal
  82. Asia to beat Europe in mobile TV: industry execs
  83. Take-Two delays plans to distribute "Manhunt 2"
  84. Cablevision could air 500 HD channels by year-end
  85. From banks to crime, mobile revolution hits Africa
  86. P2P Remains Dominant Protocol
  87. Cablevision could air 500 HD channels by year-end
  88. College to Deploy First 802.11n Network
  89. Take-Two delays plans to distribute "Manhunt 2"
  90. Crackers Cause Pentagon to Put Computers Offline
  91. U.S. general laments Google Earth capability
  92. Top Irritating Words Spawned by Internet
  93. Lake Disappears into Andes
  94. Google Says Vista Search Changes Not Enough
  95. Take-Two delays plans to distribute "Manhunt 2"
  96. Congress Considering More Low Power FM Stations
  97. When Does Technolust Become An Addiction?
  98. From banks to crime, mobile revolution hits Africa
  99. CORRECTED: Take-Two delays plans to distribute "Manhunt 2"
  100. E-Voting Report Finds Problems with Modern Elections
  101. Peer Review Starts for Software Patents
  102. AT&T Gears Up for the iPhone
  103. Subcommittee Stops Human Mars Mission Spending
  104. Take-Two delays plans to distribute "Manhunt 2"
  105. U.S. general laments Google Earth capability
  106. Telus CEO says merged Telus-BCE could keep wireless
  107. Telus CEO says merged Telus-BCE could keep wireless
  108. Pirate Bay Launches Uncensored Image Hosting
  109. Mandriva Says No to Microsoft Linux Deal
  110. EMI Says ITMS DRM-Free Music Selling Well
  111. Canadian Politicians Demand DMCA
  112. AO Rating Basically Bans Manhunt 2 From Release
  113. AT&T hires 2,000 extra workers for iPhone launch
  114. iPhone's "Mystery App" Is H.264 YouTube
  115. Faster and Open Access to Scientific Results
  116. Proposed Amendment Would Ban All DVD Copying
  117. SourceForge's Hottest Five Apps
  118. Yahoo acquires U.S. sports media site Rivals.com
  119. Innovation's Role Is Sorely Exaggerated
  120. InkJet Printers Lying, Or Just Wrong?
  121. Digital innovations to boost film spending: PWC
  122. Maker of banned video game calls "Manhunt 2" art
  123. Web spending seen rising by double digits to 2011
  124. Tech execs see convergence lifting broadband demand
  125. OSI To Crack Down On "Open Source" Abusers
  126. The Privacy of Email
  127. We're all celebrities in post-privacy age
  128. Hoarding old mobile phones slows EU recycle drive
  129. Microsoft Flip-flopping on Virtualization License
  130. Sony promises more games to boost PS3 demand
  131. Tech execs see convergence lifting broadband demand
  132. Hoarding old mobile phones slows EU recycle drive
  133. We're all celebrities in post-privacy age
  134. Sony sees 380 new PS3 software titles in 2007/08
  135. Maker of banned video game calls "Manhunt 2" art
  136. Sony sees 380 new PS3 software titles in 2007/08
  137. Digital innovations to boost film spending: PWC
  138. Web spending seen rising by double digits to 2011
  139. FAA Plans to Clean Up the Skies
  140. Yahoo acquires U.S. sports media site Rivals.com
  141. U.S. Web spending seen rising by double digits to 2011
  142. Scientists Move Closer to Human Therapeutic Cloning
  143. Google's New Lobbying Power in Washington
  144. NASA Frees Their Robotics Software
  145. Judge Deals Blow to RIAA
  146. Nasa Frees Their Robotics Software
  147. Sony to boost PS3 software to reverse slump: Nikkei
  148. USAF Developing New "SR-72" Supersonic Spy?
  149. Black Hole Information Loss Paradox Solution Proposed
  150. Lawrence Lessig to Leave Copyright Sphere
  151. Maker of banned video game calls "Manhunt 2" art
  152. Zap2It Labs Discontinuing Free TV Guide Service
  153. Embedded Linux Primer
  154. Apple builds hype for iPhone with less
  155. Microsoft To Change Desktop Search After Google Complaint
  156. Manhunt 2 Ban Fallout, Game Rated AO By ESRB
  157. New WiFi Link Distance Record
  158. Vertical Farming
  159. Apple says iPhone to access YouTube content
  160. Verizon to offer mobile payments with Obopay
  161. Will AT&T Start Filtering Your Connection?
  162. DARPA to Raise Robot LANdroid Army
  163. 800 Break-ins at Dept. of Homeland Security
  164. Volunteer to Simulate a Mars Mission for the ESA
  165. Apple says iPhone to access YouTube content
  166. British censor bans first video game in 10 years
  167. Apple says iPhone to access YouTube content
  168. Where were you online? Advertisers know
  169. Dell Refuses to Sell Ubuntu to Business
  170. Apple says iPhone to access YouTube content
  171. MySpace launches early version of messaging service
  172. Microsoft Pleads With Consumers to Adopt Vista Now
  173. MySpace launches beta version of IM service
  174. Corporate IT Hanging Up on Apple's iPhone
  175. Microsoft to change Vista after Google complaint
  176. Google wins Internet content license in China
  177. Microsoft to change Vista after Google complaint
  178. China's Huawei unveils three new music phones
  179. YouTube Goes International
  180. Users Rage Against China's 'Great Firewall'
  181. AMD Considering Getting Out of Fabrication Business
  182. Microsoft to change Vista after Google complaint
  183. British censor bans first video game in 10 years
  184. Yahoo in global expansion of mobile phone services
  185. AMD Considering Getting Out of Fabrication Busines
  186. Google Spends Money to Jump-Start Hybrid Car Development
  187. D.O.J. says Microsoft to modify Vista over complaint
  188. British censor bans first video game in 10 years
  189. EU Privacy Directive - Coming to the US?
  190. The Quest for the Car of the Future
  191. 24-hour Test Drive of PC-BSD
  192. Do Patents Stop Companies From Creating 'Perfect' Products?
  193. Voice Chat Can Really Kill the Mood
  194. Antitrust gripes prompt Vista changes: source
  195. Google aims to go carbon-neutral by end 2007
  196. Sprint adds some flexibility to service contracts
  197. ZFS On Linux - It's Alive!
  198. Red Hat Rejects Microsoft Deals
  199. Mozilla Exec Claims Apple is Hunting OSS Browsers
  200. Manhunt 2 Banned In Britain
  201. Redistricting Videogame Shows Problems in the System
  202. W3C Bars Public From Public Conference
  203. Swarmcast offers faster way to download iTunes
  204. Digital music no environmental cure
  205. Google aims to go carbon-neutral by end 2007
  206. Yahoo Co-Founder Yang Now In Charge
  207. Plan 9 Running on Blue Gene
  208. AT&T offers live video sharing over wireless
  209. Digital music no environmental cure
  210. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  211. Ancestry.com To Add DNA Test Results
  212. Swarmcast offers faster way to download iTunes
  213. Google launches YouTube local language sites
  214. Google launches YouTube local language sites
  215. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  216. Industry Insider Blasts Comcast
  217. 99% of Australians With Broadband By 2009?
  218. Digital music no environmental cure
  219. Verizon executive says HD video on demand in works
  220. Verizon executive says HD video on demand in works
  221. Malware Pulls an "Italian Job"
  222. White House E-mail Scandal Widens
  223. Best Places To Work In IT
  224. AT&T Quietly Introduces $10/Month DSL
  225. 4Kids sees next generation card play in Chaotic
  226. Pressure Is On IBM To Forgive Millions In IT Debt
  227. Apple says iPhone battery life longer than expected
  228. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  229. Expectation of Privacy Extended to Email
  230. DreamWorks Picks up Neil Gaimans' Interworld
  231. Practical Ruby Gems
  232. iPhone battery life longer than expected
  233. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  234. Female Astronaut Sets Space Record
  235. The Life of the Chinese Gold Farmer
  236. Even Century Old Records Had Restrictive Licensing
  237. iPhone battery life longer than expected
  238. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  239. Marvel Studios to Produce Its Own Movies
  240. iPhone Gets Better Battery, Scratch Resistant Glass
  241. Blockbuster Chooses Blu-ray
  242. Google's breakneck changes stoke privacy fears
  243. Blockbuster favors Blu-ray DVDs to HD DVD
  244. Google's breakneck changes stoke privacy fears
  245. iPhone battery life longer than expected
  246. The Psychology of Fanboys
  247. Red Hat Linux Gets Top Govt. Security Rating
  248. Nokia sees future for touch screens, move sensors
  249. iPhone battery life longer than expected
  250. Google's breakneck changes stoke privacy fears