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  1. 2008 - The Year Internet TV Became Mainstream?
  2. Blizzard Announces StarCraft 2
  3. HP Garage on National Register of Historic Places
  4. Microsoft's SUSE Coupons Have No Expiry Date
  5. Microsoft's SUSE Coupons Have No Expirey Date
  6. BitTorrent Pirate Loses His Last Appeal
  7. What's the Matter with HDMI?
  8. Is Speech Recognition Finally 'Good Enough'?
  9. Netflix Sued Over Fradulently Obtained Patents
  10. Microsoft-AQuantive deal portends Web video fight
  11. Modern Medicine Might Have Saved Lincoln
  12. $16,000 Bounty for Sendmail, Apache Zero-Day Flaws
  13. Extrasolar Planet Could Harbor Life
  14. Cleaning up Thunder Bluff
  15. PluggedIn: Kimono retailers go digital
  16. Ads to cellphone screens set for rapid growth
  17. 3G operators scrabble for killer apps
  18. Tech customers balk at extra cost of going green
  19. Modeling the Building Blocks of Life
  20. Microsoft Buys Ad Firm for $6 Billion
  21. Broadband isn't Broadband Unless its 2Mbps?
  22. Vista's 40 Million License Sales In Context
  23. Music, video phones may ride iPhone wave
  24. Polish Fans Held By Police For Movie Translations
  25. Global Internet Censorship On the Rise
  26. Documents Reveal US Incompetence with Word, Iraq
  27. Microsoft Bans Modified Xbox 360s From Xbox Live
  28. Hearst's Seattle PI to Test Market E-Paper
  29. Holographic Storage Slated to Hit Market This Fall
  30. Can America's masses get charged on electric cars?
  31. Many hands on deck for latest "Pirates" vid game
  32. AMD Reveals New Mobile Technologies
  33. Transformers Full Theatrical Trailer Available
  34. Many hands on deck for latest "Pirates" vid game
  35. BioWare Holds World Design Contest
  36. Driver's License to be the Next Debit Card
  37. AMD details plans for mobile PC chip platform
  38. FCC Approves iPhone
  39. Google Wins Nude Thumbnail Legal Battle
  40. A Robotic Cable Inspection System
  41. Is Dedicated Hosting for Critical DTDs Necessary?
  42. Music, video phones may ride iPhone wave
  43. April video game sales rose 20 percent
  44. Spanish demonstrators burn down "virtual" party offices
  45. The First Terabyte Hard Drive Reviewed
  46. Video games giant sees battle in Europe
  47. Pentagon defends move to block Web sites
  48. Firefox Going the Big and Bloated IE Way?
  49. AACS Revision Cracked A Week Before Release
  50. Does Zelda Need an Overhaul?
  51. Apple says FCC approves iPhone for sale
  52. Pentagon defends move to block Web sites
  53. Positioning phones to create new social networks
  54. Experts Now Say JFK Bullet Analysis Was Wrong
  55. Why Web Pirates Can't Be Touched
  56. Microsoft Votes to Add ODF to ANSI Standards List
  57. Has Cosmology Been Solved?
  58. Intel's PowerTOP Extends Linux Battery Life
  59. Stanford To Charge Reconnect Fee For DMCA Notices
  60. Video games giant sees battle in Europe
  61. Microsoft To Dump 32-Bit After Vista
  62. Making Fingers Work With Touch Screens
  63. NY Stock Exchange Moves To Linux
  64. Russia Accused of Cyber-War Against Estonia
  65. Sony's PS3 unit head says 2007 is year for games
  66. Bush Causes Cell Phone Ban
  67. Amazon to Open DRM-Free MP3 Music Download Store
  68. How Far Should a Job Screening Go?
  69. Simple Chemical Trick To Boost Battery Efficiency
  70. LG.Philips sees stable price, turnaround
  71. New software to track cities' carbon emissions
  72. Positioning phones to create new social networks
  73. Sony hits 5-year high
  74. Microsoft test of "Halo 3" gets off to bumpy start
  75. Google Expands to 'Universal' Search
  76. LG.Philips sees stable price, turnaround
  77. Sony hits 5-year high, sees game unit loss shrink
  78. LG.Philips LCD sees TV panel price fall slowing
  79. Gene Research Gives Hope of Reversing Baldness
  80. Sony sees game unit loss about Y50 bln in 2007/8
  81. Simple Chemical Trick to Boost Battery Efficiency
  82. Sony sees game unit loss about $414 mln in 2007/8
  83. IBM and Sun Launch Intranet Metaverses
  84. Fruit Flies Show Spark of Free Will
  85. Microsoft test of "Halo 3" gets off to bumpy start
  86. Google co-founder's bride search gets result
  87. Judge Doesn't Know What a Web Site is
  88. Microsoft sees strong Office growth potential
  89. Ubisoft CEO sees Sony's console lead weakening
  90. Microsoft Says Your Phone is Your Next PC
  91. Fake E-Mail Results in Angry Apple Shareholders
  92. What is Your Favorite Way to Make Coffee?
  93. Tiny sex images on Google get okay from court
  94. Ubisoft CEO sees Sony's console grip loosening
  95. Google unifies search results
  96. Microsoft sets launch date for "Halo 3" video game
  97. AOL to expand in 14 global markets
  98. Appeals Court Denies Safe Harbor for Roommates.com
  99. User Created Content is Key for New Games
  100. Google combines search types
  101. AOL to expand in 14 global markets
  102. New York Sues Dell for Poor Customer Service
  103. Court okays Google tiny sex images
  104. Security Metrics
  105. Google to combine search types in unified search
  106. Court ends ruling halting Google sex thumbnails
  107. 26 Common Climate Myths Debunked
  108. Google to combine search types in unified search
  109. Move over Elmer's: Nanoglue is thinner, stickier
  110. Midway to release PS3 game with John Woo movie
  111. How Image Spam Works
  112. Move over Elmer's: Nanoglue is thinner, stickier
  113. AOL to launch new e-mail version, portal
  114. Through the Patent Looking Glass with Microsoft
  115. Strange Alien World Made of "Hot Ice"
  116. Court ends ruling halting Google sex thumbnails
  117. AOL to launch new e-mail version, portals
  118. "Web site" baffles Internet terrorism trial judge
  119. Even My Mom Could Hack These Sites
  120. Microsoft sets launch date for "Halo 3" video game
  121. Amazon to sell digital music free of copy curbs
  122. Next on satnav: 3-D city views and road warnings
  123. 40M Vista Licenses in 100 Days
  124. Next on satnav: 3-D city views and road warnings
  125. E. and C. Africa cell users seen booming
  126. Malware Hijacks Windows Update
  127. Next on satnav: 3-D city views and road warnings
  128. Treadmill Workstation
  129. Amazon store to sell music free of copy protection
  130. Flickr Censors A Photographer's Plea
  131. 'Racetrack' Memory Could Replace Hard Drives?
  132. Amazon store to sell music free of copy protection
  133. Prose over Bangalore swings between hope and despair
  134. Not All the DOJ Missing Emails Are Missing
  135. Verizon Wireless to offer ESPN mobile application
  136. Click Here To Infect Your PC!
  137. Microsoft sets launch date for "Halo 3" video game
  138. Wolfram Offers Prize For (2,3) Turing Machine
  139. A Side Effect of Testosterone Poisoning
  140. Microsoft sets launch date for "Halo 3" video game
  141. Verizon Wireless to offer ESPN mobile application
  142. Threat To Free, Legal Guitar Tablature Online
  143. Independent Human Interface Guidelines
  144. MIT Hacks XKCD Talk With AACS key
  145. US Senators Question Indian Firms Over H-1Bs
  146. Motorola shows new phones, media partnerships
  147. Sling Media to let users boost net speed
  148. The Rise of "Hybrid" Vinyl-MP3s
  149. Toyota Going 100% Hybrid By 2020
  150. Motorola shows new phones, media partnerships
  151. Sling Media to let users boost net speed
  152. Cisco developing social network tech tools
  153. Microsoft says open-source violates 235 patents
  154. Court to review Internet straight or *** query
  155. Linus Responds To Microsoft Patent Claims
  156. Motorola shows new phones, media partnerships
  157. Microsoft says open-source violates 235 patents
  158. Court to review Internet straight or *** query
  159. Microsoft says Vista sales at nearly 40 million
  160. Clean technology bigger than Internet: software guru
  161. Students Embarrass eBay With Firefox Add-On
  162. Comcast Drops Microsoft
  163. Microsoft says Vista sales at nearly 40 million
  164. Will Dell Be Bad For Ubuntu?
  165. Making work even more of a slog takes weight off
  166. Microsoft says open-source violates 235 patents
  167. The Clueless Newbie Rides Again
  168. A Detailed Profile of the Hadron Super Collider
  169. Microsoft says Vista sales at nearly 40 million
  170. Napster music to be available on Motorola phones
  171. Motorola shows new phones, media partnerships
  172. Videogames Turn 40
  173. Amsterdam airport deploys body-scanning machines
  174. Microsoft says Vista sales at nearly 40 mln
  175. MIT Media Lab Making Programming Fun For Kids
  176. Napster music to be available on Motorola phones
  177. Motorola inks media partnerships, shows new phones
  178. Microsoft Details FOSS Patent Breaches
  179. Motorola unveils two Q smartphones
  180. Congress May Outlaw 'Attempted Piracy'
  181. Clean technology bigger than internet: software guru
  182. Microsoft says open-source violates 235 patents
  183. Canadians Overpay Millions on Copyright Tax
  184. Making work even more of a slog takes weight off
  185. Making work even more of a slog takes weight off
  186. Prof. Johan Pouwelse To Take On RIAA Expert
  187. AMD's Radeon HD 2900 XT Reviewed
  188. eBay condemned for allowing "rampant" ivory trade
  189. Making work even more of a slog takes weight off
  190. eBay condemned for allowing "rampant" ivory trade
  191. USPTO Examiner Rejected 1-Click Claims As "Obvious"
  192. Landline Holders Increasingly Older, More Affluent
  193. SHPEGS — DIY Solar/Geothermal Electricity
  194. Performance Evaluation of Xen Vs. OpenVZ
  195. eBay condemned for allowing "rampant" ivory trade
  196. Why Microsoft Won't List Claimed Patent Violations
  197. Hurricane's Eye Reveals a New Power Source
  198. eBay condemned for allowing "rampant" ivory trade
  199. Making work even more of a slog takes weight off
  200. DirecTV may try broadband on power lines
  201. Hilf Claims Free Software Movement Dead
  202. Justice Department Promises Stronger Copyright Punishments
  203. Calculators tell teachers which pupils need help
  204. DirecTV may test broadband on power lines
  205. ESA's Cluster Spacecraft Makes Shocking Discovery
  206. No Winner In NASA's Moon-Dirt Digging Competition
  207. Should Vendors Close All Security Holes?
  208. A "Bill of Lights" to Restrict LEDs on Gadgets?
  209. Bungie Vs. Miyamoto - Fight!
  210. Jonathan Coulton, a Day in the Life
  211. Norway Moves Towards Mandatory Use of ODF and PDF
  212. Hybrid Cars to Get New Mileage Ratings
  213. TMT test of cash, clicks and content
  214. Inside AMD's Phenom Architecture
  215. Nokia says iPhone may boost pricier phones
  216. Study Says No Future for Video iTunes
  217. Web 2.0 Distracts from Good Design
  218. Teachers Fake Gunman Attack
  219. TMT test of cash, clicks and content
  220. Nanoscale Analysis Labs
  221. Botnet Mafia in Online Turf War
  222. Online retail is years away from saturation: survey
  223. CBS Moving To Syndication Across the Internet
  224. The Shape of the Future
  225. iTunes-like video services have no future: study
  226. Japanese Government to Move to OSS
  227. Microsoft lifts shroud off Halo 3 to mixed reviews
  228. Scientologists In Row With BBC
  229. LG.Philips Develops World's First Color E-Paper
  230. Using Technology to Enhance Humans
  231. Online retail is years away from saturation: survey
  232. iTunes-like video services have no future: study
  233. Microsoft unveils hardware for Web phone push
  234. Microsoft Says Free Software Violates 235 Patents
  235. Tech Billionaire Boot Camp
  236. Microsoft lifts shroud off Halo 3 to mixed reviews
  237. First R600 Review - The Radeon HD 2900XT
  238. US Military Launches YouTube Channel
  239. AMD Promises Open Source Graphics Drivers
  240. IBM Says 'Couldn't Fire 150K US Workers If We Wanted To'
  241. Rethinking the Linux Distribution?
  242. 'Virus Sponge' Could Improve Flu Treatments, Diabetes Care, Vaccine Development
  243. TMT test of cash, clicks and content
  244. France Launches Anti-Spam Platform
  245. Microsoft eyes huge launch sales of "Halo 3"
  246. 3-D Model of Breast Cancer in the Lab
  247. First Map of an Extrasolar Planet
  248. Who Isn't Afraid of Google?
  249. MySpace Begins Rollout of Video Monitoring Tech
  250. Culture Determines Which Emoticon You Use