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  1. Watching you, watching them -- CCTV closing in
  2. Getting the Best Deal From Dell — Or Not
  3. Microsoft Moves To Change NY State Election Law
  4. Closed Captioning In Web Video?
  5. The Impossibility of Colonizing the Galaxy
  6. IPhone seen boosting AT&T, hurting Sprint
  7. Nuke-Proof Bunker Turns Out Not Waterproof
  8. "Hackers" meet for Yahoo, BBC open day in London
  9. IPhone seen boosting AT&T, hurting Sprint
  10. Apple Picking a Fight it Can't Win With Safari
  11. Facebook Apps Facing Delays and Uncertainties
  12. Piracy More Serious Than Bank Robbery?
  13. Microsoft Bends To Norwegian Pressure
  14. The Fallacy of Hard Tests
  15. Maine Passes a Net Neutrality Resolution
  16. Venezula Producing Its Own Linux PCs
  17. Can Apple Find a European iPhone Partner?
  18. Student Blogger Loses Defamation Case
  19. Shuttleworth Says No Patent Deals With Microsoft
  20. GPLv2 and GPLv3 Coexisting In the Same Project?
  21. Say Nothing About the Failing Satellite
  22. Smart Car Coming To the US In Jan. 2008
  23. Judge Orders FBI to Release Abuse Records
  24. New System Detects Calls While Driving
  25. Safari for Windows Downloaded Over 1 Million Times
  26. Safari for Windows Downloaded Over 1 Million Times
  27. New Targeted E-mail Attack Hits Business Execs
  28. How Motherboards Are Made
  29. The End of Broadcast TV as We Know It?
  30. US Can't Meet The "Grand Challenges" of Physics
  31. Sony Ericsson Shows Off Feature-Heavy Cell Phones
  32. First Ever Scramjet Reaches Mach 10
  33. Are Keyboards Dishwasher Safe?
  34. Giant Dinosaur Bird Discovered
  35. Bill to Bring A La Carte, Indecency Regs to Cable
  36. Congress Considers Forcing Travel Registration
  37. Is Scientific Consensus a Threat to Democracy?
  38. T-Mobile UK Blocking Mobile VoIP Start-Up
  39. Space Station Computers Partially Restored
  40. YouTube to Host Presidential Debate
  41. World of e-sports braces for sea change
  42. Intel V8 Octa-Core System, Full Performance Tests
  43. World of e-sports braces for sea change
  44. Weapon Found in Whale Dated From the 1800s
  45. Hilarious Antique IT Advertisements
  46. The Future of Intel Processors
  47. Jet engine tested at 10 times speed of sound
  48. Microsoft CEO says Google complaint is "baseless"
  49. Scientists Attempt to Replace Crude Oil With Sugars
  50. Bones Could Become Conduits For Data Swaps
  51. Kodak Unveils Brighter CMOS Color Filters
  52. Identity Thief Apprehended by Victim
  53. Jet engine tested at 10 times speed of sound
  54. Text messengers to fight crime in Boston
  55. Comcast backs start-up to ramp up Web speeds
  56. Text messengers to fight crime in Boston
  57. China Taking on U.S. in Cyber Arms Race
  58. HTC Touch phone on sale in Germany from end-June
  59. Jet engine tested at 10 times speed of sound
  60. Linux leaders plot counterattack on Microsoft
  61. Texas authorities arrest 7 former MySpace members
  62. Konami to sell skincare software for Nintendo DS
  63. eBay Pulls Google Ads Over Marketing Stunt
  64. Perfect Silicon Sphere to Redefine the Kilogram
  65. HTC Touch phone on sale in Germany from end-June
  66. Experimental jet tested at 10 times speed of sound
  67. Music download service for cell phones to launch in Europe
  68. Yahoo! XSS Flaw Endangers its Users
  69. eBay May Lose 'Buy it Now' Button in Patent Case
  70. Tim Berners-Lee awarded the British Order of Merit
  71. Net Neutrality Comment Period Ends Friday
  72. How Long Could You Live Without Your Gadgets?
  73. Nerdy Photo in Vista DVDs Thwarts Disk Pirates
  74. Senate Discusses Third Pipe Using 700MHz Spectrum
  75. Linux leaders plot counterattack on Microsoft
  76. Mass of Dwarf Planet Eris 27% Greater than Pluto
  77. PC Call Centers Garner Lowest Satisfaction Score
  78. US Falls to 24th Place For Broadband Penetration
  79. Doctor Urges AMA To Classify Gaming Addiction
  80. Safari 3 Beta Updated, Security Problems Fixed
  81. Linux leaders plot counterattack on Microsoft
  82. Linux leaders plot counterattack on Microsoft
  83. Russians recall bygone era with Soviet game museum
  84. Judge Orders TorrentSpy to Turn Over RAM
  85. Kodak says camera sensor may eliminate flash
  86. FBI Finds It Overstepped Bounds in Collecting Data
  87. Ask the MMOG Money Traders
  88. Russians recall bygone era with Soviet game museum
  89. Sony Ericsson launches 2 Walkman, 2 camera phones
  90. FBI finds abuse in getting terrorism, spy records
  91. Russians recall bygone era with Soviet game museum
  92. Boston University Student Challenges RIAA
  93. Intuit Finally Offers Some Support For Linux
  94. Details and Rumors of iPhone Restrictions Emerging
  95. NATO says urgent need to tackle cyber attack
  96. Text in time saves nimble-fingered ****
  97. House To Vote On Paper Trail and OSS Voting Bill
  98. Google Street View Could Be Unlawful In Europe
  99. Russians recall bygone era with Soviet game museum
  100. FBI audit finds widespread abuse in data collection
  101. NATO says urgent need to tackle cyber attack
  102. EasyJet promotes new "green" aircraft design
  103. Text in time saves nimble-fingered ****
  104. EasyJet promotes new "green" aircraft design
  105. ISS Computer Failure
  106. Linspire Signs Patent Pact With MS
  107. Russians recall bygone era with Soviet game museum
  108. Kodak says camera sensor may eliminate flash
  109. Music download service for cell phones to launch in Europe
  110. Internet2 Deployment Reaches Major Milestone
  111. Konami to sell skincare software for Nintendo DS
  112. EU seeks comment on loosening copyright rules
  113. Virginia Tech Report Cites Privacy Law Problems
  114. Mobile phone download music service to launch
  115. EU Considering Regulating Sale of Violent Games
  116. FBI audit finds widespread abuse in data collection
  117. Human Genome More Like a Functional Network
  118. Companies That Clean Up Bad Online Reputations
  119. Microsoft's Acoustic Caller ID Patent
  120. ISS Goes Solar
  121. AT&T Announces Plans to Filter Copyright Content
  122. Europe Unveils New Space Plane for Tourist Market
  123. What Microsoft Could Learn from OSS and Linux
  124. Plants 'Recognize' Their Siblings
  125. Linux Programmer's Toolbox
  126. FBI Releases Results of Operation Bot Roast
  127. China aims to top U.S. in cyberspace: U.S. general
  128. Matter Discovered Traveling at Near Light Speed
  129. Yahoo Confirms Beijing Blocking Flickr
  130. China aims to top U.S. in cyberspace: U.S. general
  131. EU lauds Google data retention limit
  132. Falling prices slash chip sales growth: SIA
  133. Sony sees solid growth on TV, cameras sales
  134. EU lauds Google data retention limit
  135. What Happens If You Don't Pay for Goodmail?
  136. Safari 3 vs. Firefox 2 and IE7
  137. Yahoo Rejects Anti-Censorship Proposal
  138. EU lauds Google data retention limit
  139. YouTube to test video ID
  140. Global chip sales seen lower in 2007
  141. Google, Intel launch energy efficiency program
  142. Torvalds vs Schwartz GPL Wars
  143. Building a Data Center In 60 Days
  144. MySpace China aims to launch IM service
  145. Closed Source On Linux and BSD?
  146. Ad software maker OpenAds girds to take on Google
  147. Google, Intel launch energy efficiency program
  148. Chinese fathers of child slaves seek help online
  149. Can Statistics Predict the Outcome of a War?
  150. NC Man Fined For Using Vegetable Oil As Fuel
  151. Ad software maker OpenAds girds to take on Google
  152. TV's "Mr. Wizard," Don Herbert, Dies At 89
  153. Yahoo says Beijing likely blocking photo site
  154. The Argument For F/OSS In Schools
  155. Is Videotaping the Police a Felony?
  156. Google, Intel launch energy efficiency program
  157. Tools That Manage Both Macs and PCs
  158. Taiwan's HTC to launch iPhone rival
  159. YouTube to test video ID with Time Warner, Disney
  160. Google Privacy Quickies
  161. Location-Based Search Was Patented In 1999
  162. No iPhone SDK Means No iPhone Killer Apps
  163. Apple Confirms No (Default) ZFS In Leopard
  164. Verizon Accused of Slighting Copper Infrastructure
  165. Tech Lessons From the Bad Guys
  166. Zimbabwe likely to adopt law to monitor phones, mail
  167. Star Wars Roleplaying Game — Saga Edition
  168. Apple Confirms No ZFS in Leopard
  169. Far-Fetched Time Travel Concept Receives Private Funds
  170. More States Rebel Against Real ID Act
  171. "Spam King" Pleads Guilty in U.S. Federal Court
  172. Microsoft May Be Investigated By Attorneys General
  173. Yahoo says Beijing likely blocking photo site
  174. Behind the Scenes of Canada's Movie Piracy Law
  175. Self-Healing Plastic Skin
  176. Nokia's low-power link to be new Bluetooth standard
  177. Toshiba lowers sales target for HD DVD players
  178. Paul McCartney On Music In the Digital World
  179. Taiwan's HTC to launch iPhone rival
  180. Sony files patent but says gaming phone not ready
  181. Digital Camera Memory Card With Wi-Fi
  182. Toshiba lowers sales target for HD DVD players
  183. Sony files patent but says gaming phone not ready
  184. Ancient Rome comes back to life in virtual model
  185. Flickr goes international with seven new languages
  186. Former MySpace chairman to buy "how-to" Web site
  187. Nokia invests in Web video start-up kyte.tv
  188. Apple Safari On Windows Broken On First Day
  189. Patent Office Program To Speed Computer Tech
  190. YouTube to test video ID with Time Warner, Disney
  191. Ancient Rome comes back to life in virtual model
  192. YouTube to test video ID with Time Warner, Disney
  193. RIAA Uses Local Cops In Oregon Raid
  194. Which ISPs Are Spying On You?
  195. Texas Makes Green Computing Mandatory
  196. Apple takes on Microsoft with Windows Web browser
  197. Qualcomm files for emergency stay on ITC ban
  198. AT&T, Verizon support Cablevision's remote DVR plan
  199. Blogger Removed From NCAA Game for Blogging
  200. Hollywood balks at Apple online movie rentals
  201. Liquid Lens Can Magnify at the Flick of a Switch
  202. U.S. K-12 Schools Must Comply With e-Discovery Rule
  203. Anglicans ask Sony to halt game set in cathedral
  204. Safari on Windows, Leopard Debut at WWDC
  205. Sony files patent but says gaming phone not ready
  206. Apple offers Safari for Windows
  207. Linux System Administration
  208. Transit Method Reveals Many Extrasolar Planets
  209. Apple offers Safari for Windows
  210. Apple to let outsiders create programs for iPhone
  211. Blender Foundation to Create Open Movie, Open Game
  212. Blender Foundation to Create Open Movie, Open Game
  213. Linus Warms (Slightly) to GPL3
  214. 1 Billion PCs by End of 2008
  215. Anglicans ask Sony to halt game set in cathedral
  216. Desk jockeys can cool off or heat up with C2 device
  217. 6 Burning Questions About Wireless Networks
  218. U.S. backs Microsoft against Google complaint: report
  219. Classified US Intel Budget Revealed Via Powerpoint
  220. The Sopranos Ends With a ...
  221. Evolution of the 'Captcha'
  222. Anglicans ask Sony to halt game set in cathedral
  223. China's e-waste capital chokes on old computers
  224. Ancient Rome comes back to life in virtual model
  225. ESPN buys world's biggest cricket Web site
  226. Nokia files patent suit against Qualcomm
  227. Disney's ESPN buys world's biggest cricket Web site
  228. Jailed Chinese Reporter Joins Yahoo! Suit
  229. Desk jockeys can cool off or heat up with C2 device
  230. Google accused by UK group over privacy practices
  231. Satellite Images Used to Document International Atrocities
  232. iPhone hype has gadget geeks camping and drooling
  233. CNBC Software Flaw Worth $1 Million?
  234. WETA Working on Robotic Lizard For Science
  235. Adobe offers new tools to run Web programs offline
  236. Big Ten Schools Recommit to Google Books Project
  237. Alan Cox on Patent Law and GPLv3
  238. Vacation Photos That Inform Instead of Bore
  239. Bon Jovi, Ticketmaster bundle digital album, tickets
  240. Melodeo puts artist-friendly twist on mobile music
  241. Privacy Group Gives Google Lowest Possible Grade
  242. Probe Shows Jupiter Moon 'Puking' Into Space
  243. A School District's Education in Free Software
  244. Desk jockeys can cool off or heat up with C2 device
  245. U.S. backs Microsoft against Google complaint: NYT
  246. iPhone hype has gadget geeks camping and drooling
  247. Apple's DRM Whack-a-Mole
  248. iPhone hype has gadget geeks camping and drooling
  249. Nintendo Wii Homebrew Contest 2007
  250. Microsoft, Sony Clash Over Vista Turbo Memory