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  1. Photo Tagging as a Privacy Problem?
  2. Nanoglue Could Be Used To Make Spiderman Web-Shooters
  3. Genome of DNA Pioneer Is Deciphered
  4. Microsoft starts Ignition for music promotion
  5. iTunes crosses language barrier with Foreign Exchange
  6. On Diamond-Based Quantum Computing
  7. Scientists Identify How the Body Senses Cold
  8. 40% Efficiency Solar Cells Developed
  9. Google acquires Web media distributor Feedburner
  10. Zero Day Hole in Google Desktop
  11. Parallels 3.0 Announced, 3D Graphics Included
  12. Drawings of new U.S. Embassy in Iraq released on Web
  13. Job Cuts For Dell, Motorola, and Circuit City
  14. Venezuela's Contrarian TV Station Survives on YouTube
  15. Venezuela's Counter-Revolution on YouTube
  16. 'Pirates' Outsells 'Matrix' in High-Def Showdown
  17. 'Eolas' Browser Plug-in Patent Case Rises Again
  18. Lord of the Rings Online Review
  19. Kids socialize in a virtual world as avatars
  20. Drawings of new U.S. Embassy in Iraq released on Web
  21. Google acquires Web media distributor Feedburner
  22. Google acquires Feedburner
  23. DVR Viewers Push Ad Ratings Higher
  24. Book world tunes into Internet social networks
  25. Kazakhs shower president with cryptic questions
  26. Microsoft vs TestDriven.NET
  27. Battlestar Galactica's End Officially After Season 4
  28. Indecent Game Sales Now A Felony In New York
  29. Canadian Movie Camcording Addressed With Legislation
  30. Intel Shows Off 80-core Processor
  31. New AACS Fix Hacked in a Day
  32. Google Street View Raises Privacy Concerns
  33. Book world tunes into Internet social networks
  34. Prince single free to cell phone listeners
  35. FSF Releases Fourth and Final Draft of GPLv3
  36. Tamagotchi virtual pets set for movie debut
  37. Tamagotchi virtual pets set for movie debut
  38. TurboLinux to Sell Wizpy Media Player Worldwide
  39. Tamagotchi virtual pets set for movie debut
  40. 10 Anti-Phishing Firefox Extensions
  41. EMI, YouTube Strike Music Video Deal
  42. Microsoft to offer improved tools to search books
  43. New Anti-Forensics Tools Thwart Police
  44. Launch Date Announced for Shuttle Mission STS-117
  45. Music Listeners Test 128kbps vs. 256kbps AAC
  46. City Almost Loses 450K to Keylogger
  47. New games for weathering the summer doldrums
  48. Flawed Survey Suggests XP More Secure Than Vista
  49. eHarmony sued in California for excluding ***s
  50. The IT Department as Corporate Snoop?
  51. Prince next single free to mobile phone listeners
  52. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  53. MLB Says Slingbox Illegal, CEA Thinks Otherwise
  54. Prince next single free to mobile phone listeners
  55. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  56. A Look Beneath the 'Surface'
  57. eHarmony sued for excluding ***s
  58. Microsoft Sees No Conflicts With Patent Initiatives
  59. eHarmony sued in Calif. for excluding ***s
  60. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  61. Democracy Player Receives $100K Grant From Mozilla
  62. A Look at BSD Rootkits
  63. Germany Declares Hacking Tools Illegal
  64. RealPlayer to let users save YouTube, other video
  65. New games for weathering the summer doldrums
  66. eHarmony sued for excluding ***s
  67. EU decision on Google data privacy months away
  68. Shutting Down Annoying Recruiters?
  69. Nokia unveils three new phones
  70. Pitting a Mac Plus Against an AMD Dual Core
  71. Fedora 7 Released
  72. EU decision on Google data privacy months away
  73. Nokia unveils three new phones
  74. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  75. Jobs and Gates Chat Amicably
  76. Syncing Music Players In Linux?
  77. New games for weathering the summer doldrums
  78. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  79. YouTube signs broad licensing pact with EMI
  80. Doctor Who To Be Axed, Again
  81. Next Windows To Get Multicore Redesign
  82. Palm unveils compact portable computer
  83. Hijacking Firefox Via Insecure Add-Ons
  84. Spammer Robert Soloway Arrested
  85. Mass Deletion Leads To LiveJournal Revolt
  86. New games for weathering the summer doldrums
  87. Warner to put ad-supported video archive online
  88. Sci-fi Writers Join War on Terror
  89. Mass Deletion Leads to LiveJournal Revolt
  90. Google Gears is Launched
  91. First Nations Want Cellphone Revenue
  92. P2P Networks Supplement Botnets
  93. Palm unveils compact portable computer
  94. Google takes big step to make Web work offline
  95. Apple to put YouTube on Apple TV
  96. Xerox Develops New Way to Print Invisible Ink
  97. Microsoft to unveil coffee-table-shaped computer
  98. Computers Outperform Humans at Recognizing Faces
  99. Fan Fiction Writers Balk at FanLib.com
  100. Google takes big step to make Web work offline
  101. Apple says YouTube to be available on Apple TV
  102. Apple Hides Account Info in DRM-Free Music
  103. Apple says YouTube to be available on Apple TV
  104. Palm Unveils Foleo, Linux-Based "Mobile Companion"
  105. McCain on Net Neutrality, Copyright, Iraq
  106. Apple says YouTube to be available on Apple TV
  107. Web site error rocks global oil markets
  108. EU states share monitoring of militant Web sites
  109. How to Keep Your Code From Destroying You
  110. It's Not News, It's Fark
  111. Palm unveils compact portable computer
  112. New Gentoo 2007.0 Release Gets Mixed Review
  113. Who's Trading Your E-mail Addresses?
  114. Microsoft, Novell, and "Clone Product" Lawsuits
  115. Novell Worries About GPL v3
  116. Wii's Longevity, Competition Questioned
  117. Microsoft's Multitouch Coffee Table Display
  118. Linux Finally Getting XBMC
  119. Does ZFS Obsolete Expensive NAS/SANs?
  120. Semantic Search Points To Better Relevancy
  121. Can a Blogroll Be Defamatory?
  122. EVE Online Scandal Deliberate Frame-Job?
  123. DNS Complexity
  124. Google Debuts Street View and Mapplets
  125. Electrical Field Treats Brain Cancer
  126. Team Discovers "Throttle" For Solar Wind
  127. Palm unveils compact portable computer
  128. New Gentoo 2007.0 Release Gets Mixed Review
  129. MySpace Gets False Positive In Sex Offender Search
  130. Wii's Longevity, Competition Questioned
  131. Who's Trading Your E-mail Addresses?
  132. Microsoft, Novell, and "Clone Product" Lawsuits
  133. Video game maker target ****s with cancer
  134. EU states share monitoring of militant Web sites
  135. Video game maker target ****s with cancer
  136. Sweden first to open embassy in Second Life
  137. Novell Worries About GPL v3
  138. Microsoft's Multitouch Coffee Table Display
  139. Linux Finally Getting XBMC
  140. Apple launches DRM-free iTunes service
  141. Device detects avian flu strains fast
  142. "Jeopardy" teams-up with Google
  143. Apple launches DRM-free iTunes service
  144. Cities wage high-tech battle against graffiti
  145. Does ZFS Obsolete Expensive NAS/SANs?
  146. U.S. cities wage high-tech battle against graffiti
  147. Microsoft to unveil coffee-table-shaped computer
  148. Semantic Search Points To Better Relevancy
  149. Can a Blogroll Be Defamatory?
  150. U.S. cities wage high-tech battle against graffiti
  151. Google adds some street-level views to U.S. maps
  152. EVE Online Scandal Deliberate Frame-Job?
  153. Microsoft to unveil coffee-table-shaped computer
  154. DNS Complexity
  155. Microsoft to unveil coffee-table-shaped computer
  156. Google Debuts Street View and Mapplets
  157. Electrical Field Treats Brain Cancer
  158. RPG Devs Should Beware MMOGs
  159. The Secrets of Firefox about:config
  160. Screencasts of Installing MythTV Via MythDora 4.0
  161. Cities wage high-tech battle against graffiti
  162. Microsoft Cancels Major Developers' Conference
  163. British Record Companies Win £41m In Damages
  164. Linux (Car) Crashes At Indy 500
  165. Hardware Firewall On a USB Key
  166. The Drive For Altruism Is Hardwired
  167. 850K RegisterFly Domains Moved To GoDaddy
  168. Ask Turbine's Jeff Anderson About LOTRO
  169. 28 New Planets Found Outside Solar System
  170. Google Buys Anti-Malware Security Startup
  171. Second-gen iPhone Confirmed?
  172. The Real Impact of the Estonian Cyberattack
  173. FTC Investigating Google-DoubleClick Deal
  174. MySpace Age Verification - for Parents
  175. Deutsche Telekom backing Web-calling rival Jajah
  176. New Zealand Rejects Office For Macs
  177. Sony joins HD Radio push with car, home radios
  178. Toshiba to use AMD chip in laptop PCs
  179. Nokia says row with Qualcomm may hurt 3G uptake
  180. A Windows-Based Packaging Mechanism
  181. iPod Casualties Offer New-In-Box Bargains
  182. Nokia says row with Qualcomm may hurt 3G uptake
  183. Is Parallel Programming Just Too Hard?
  184. Toshiba to use AMD chip in laptop PCs
  185. Deutsche Telekom backing Web-calling rival Jajah
  186. NASA To Release Landsat 7 Data On the Web
  187. Bookstore Owner Burns Books
  188. Storing Personal Music Online Is Illegal In Japan
  189. Robotic Ecologies
  190. Cell Phones Disable Keys for High-End Cars
  191. China Crafts Cyberweapons
  192. eBay, Sanook to launch e-commerce site in Thailand
  193. Eben Moglen — GPLv3 Not About MS and Novell
  194. Concerts seek Second Life with 3-pronged approach
  195. eBay, Sanook to launch e-commerce site in Thailand
  196. Samsung Electronics to upgrade chips
  197. How the Pentagon Got Its Shape
  198. Nokia to ship 3G phones to China in 2008
  199. Carphone selling new Nokia fashion phone
  200. Will ISPs Spoil Online Video?
  201. "The Sims" to move from PC screen to silver screen
  202. A Million Zunes Sold
  203. Carphone selling new Nokia fashion phone
  204. "The Sims" to move from PC screen to silver screen
  205. Millions of Addresses, Thousands of Sites, One Business
  206. Handmade Steampunk Rayguns From the F/X Guys at Weta
  207. Carphone selling new Nokia fashion phone
  208. Newspapers Reconsidering Google News
  209. Robot for India's Moon Mission by IIT Kanpur
  210. Phones that tell you where to drive, meet, eat
  211. Phones that tell you where to drive, meet, eat
  212. MacGyver Physics
  213. AT&T To Offer TV Over Phone Lines
  214. CG Television Clone Wars Trailer Released
  215. US Opposes G8 Climate Proposals
  216. Climate Monitoring Station Proposed on the Moon
  217. Robot for India's moon mission by IIT Kanpur
  218. Optimize PHP and Accelerate Apache
  219. Simple Comm Technique Beats Quantum Crypto
  220. VM Enables 'Write-Once, Run Anywhere' Linux Apps
  221. Free Ads Can Be Really Expensive
  222. Some Soft Drinks May Damage Your DNA
  223. Driving on Starch
  224. Backyard Chefs Fired Up Over Infrared Grills
  225. Apple Mac OS X Update For 17 Vulnerabilities
  226. Top 25 Censored Stories of 2007
  227. Creationism Museum Opening in Kentucky
  228. BBC Kicked out of School Over Wi-Fi Scaremongering
  229. Wi-Fi Hack Aids Boarding Parties
  230. OLPC Game Jam for an XO Laptop
  231. Facebook becomes hub for outside software makers
  232. University of Ohio Abandons Students Attacked by RIAA
  233. New Jersey Sues YouTube Over Crash Video
  234. "The Sims" to move from PC screen to silver screen
  235. Five FM iPod Transmitters Reviewed
  236. "The Sims" to move from PC screen to silver screen
  237. Blizard Sues Virtual Gold Seller
  238. Novell Goes Public with Microsoft Linux Deal
  239. The Final Days of Google
  240. A Snapshot of the Universe 3 Trillion Years From Now
  241. "Jericho" Fans Send Over Nine Tons of Nuts to CBS
  242. EU Questions Google Privacy Policy
  243. Yet Another EVE Online Scandal?
  244. Twenty Five Years of Tron
  245. Best Presidential Candidate for Nerds?
  246. Sony Debuts Razor-Thin Flexible Display
  247. 8 Reasons Not To Use MySQL (And 5 To Adopt It)
  248. Phones that tell you where to drive, meet, eat
  249. Using RFID and Wi-Fi to Track Students
  250. Best Buy Accused of Overcharging