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  1. Monday is Wiretap the Internet Day
  2. Blame Your Mistakes on Technology
  3. TiVo Awarded Patent For Password You Can't Hack
  4. Ancient Star Found, Estimated at 13.2 Billion Years Old
  5. 7 Things the Boss Should Know About Telecommuting
  6. Skynet Means More Bandwidth for British
  7. Why Doesn't Microsoft Have A Cult Religion?
  8. Preventing Sick Spaceships
  9. Halo 3 Beta Impressions
  10. Does Wikipedia Suck on Science Stories?
  11. IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
  12. TMT test of cash, clicks and content
  13. NASA's Atlantis Ready For June 8 Launch
  14. State Bans Texting While Driving
  15. Battlestar Galactica To Continue After All
  16. OLPC Project Rollout Begins In Uruguay
  17. Posting **** Link Judged Unlawful in Hong Kong
  18. NASA Gears Up for the Regolith Rumble
  19. After 9 Years, Bugzilla Moves Up to 3.0
  20. Disney - Blu-ray's Fair Weather Friend
  21. Microsoft eyes huge launch sales of "Halo 3"
  22. Cambridge's Streetlamp-Powered Wireless Network
  23. Microsoft eyes huge launch sales of "Halo 3"
  24. Microsoft lifts shroud off Halo 3
  25. IPv6 Flaw Could Greatly Amplify DDoS Attacks
  26. Mission Could Seek Out Spock's Home Planet
  27. IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
  28. iPod/iPhone Nano With Touch Panel?
  29. IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
  30. Microsoft & SanDisk To Provide Desktop on Thumb Drive
  31. Bill Bans NSA Eavesdropping
  32. IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
  33. Scientists Create Artificial Blood
  34. Bubble Fusion Researcher Faces Fraud Trial
  35. University of Chicago Scavenger Hunt Returns
  36. Scientists Offer New Way to Read Online Text
  37. Google to be Our Web-Based Anti-Virus Protector ?
  38. TMT test of cash, clicks and content
  39. Could Global Warming Make Life on Earth Better?
  40. Final Season of Battlestar Galactica Confirmed
  41. PC World Editor Returns, CEO Demoted
  42. PluggedIn: Does your online image need a makeover?
  43. Scientists Offers New Way to Read Online Text
  44. Some Truth to Wii as GameCube 1.5?
  45. Lawsuit Invokes DMCA to Force DRM Adoption
  46. No Wine for Dell Ubuntu Users, Says Shuttleworth
  47. Judges Rule Google Search by Employer Not Illegal
  48. "Smart cameras" to tackle abandoned luggage alarms
  49. Microsoft, SanDisk to develop advanced memory cards
  50. Google Shareholders Reject Censorship Proposal
  51. "Smart cameras" to tackle abandoned luggage alarms
  52. Electronic Frontier Foundation Sues Uri Geller
  53. Google sees mergers big and small
  54. Thousands of ICQ Numbers Deleted
  55. NASA Unveils Hubble's Successor
  56. Answers From Steve Jobs at Apple's Shareholder Meeting
  57. iPods and Pacemakers Don't Mix
  58. Remains of James Doohan Lost in New Mexico
  59. Sounds Bring Google Earth to Life
  60. Hubble Space Telescope Detects Ring of Dark Matter
  61. Google sees mergers big and small
  62. Scientists Claim Major Leap in Engine Design
  63. Vonage May Have Way Around Patent Disputes
  64. iPods can make pacemakers malfunction: study
  65. Google to focus on software: CEO
  66. Is Paying Hackers Good for Business?
  67. In Defense Of Patents and Copyright
  68. iPods can make pacemakers malfunction: study
  69. HBO Exec Proposes DRM Name Change
  70. Amazon Cries 'Uncle' to End IBM Patent Feud
  71. Haircuts embody diverse Silicon Valley work ethos
  72. Time to End Microsoft's Patch Tuesday?
  73. Germans Pursuing Kiddie **** In Second Life
  74. Last.fm Plans Custom Music Video Channels
  75. Are Sysadmins Really that Bad?
  76. For Democrats, Florida Primary May Not Count
  77. Phones to alert users to save energy
  78. ATI Committed To Fixing Its OSS Problems
  79. Surprise Arrest For Online Scientology Critic
  80. NY Times To Data-Mine Its Visitors
  81. Haircuts embody diverse Silicon Valley work ethos
  82. New "Terminator" Trilogy Planned
  83. US's Slow Embrace of Information Technology
  84. Harvard Prof Says Computers Need to Forget
  85. Fast Navigating Guessing Robots
  86. Ceiling Height May Affect Problem-Solving Skills
  87. IBM plans program to save energy: NYT
  88. Sun to Make Solaris More Linux Like
  89. A Chip on DVDs Could Prevent Theft
  90. Shredded Secret Police Files Being Reassembled
  91. Long Range Eye Tracking for Advertisers
  92. Big Red Button Disasters?
  93. Lucas To Make New Live Action Star Wars Films
  94. Eyeing Web phone on a chip, Intel invests in Jajah
  95. Microsoft opts to build, not buy, business software
  96. California to Start Review of Voting Machines
  97. Dark Matter Stars in the Early Universe?
  98. New Legislation to Combat Identity Theft
  99. National Amusement brings live gaming to theater
  100. Motorola plans movie-playing mobile phone
  101. Ceiling Height May Affects Problem-Solving Skills
  102. National Amusement brings live gaming to theater
  103. MySQL Cards and Charts
  104. Where to Go After a Lifetime in IT?
  105. Red Hat Develops Online Desktop
  106. Sun Debuts Java 'iPhone'
  107. Hybrid Cars No Better than 'Intelligent' Cars
  108. Microsoft Patches 19 Flaws, 6 in Vista
  109. Earth Bacteria May Hitch A Ride To The Stars
  110. VMWare Rolls Out Vista Virtualization
  111. Comcast CEO Shows Off Superfast Modem
  112. CA Solar Use Falling Because of Economics
  113. News Corp to Purchase Photobucket
  114. Think Tank Report On the State of Open Source
  115. Privatization Limiting Access To Information
  116. Traffic Fraud Inflates Video Site Popularity
  117. Intel to update Centrino laptop hardware
  118. Internet encyclopedia to list all 1.8 mln species
  119. EA warns on 2008 profit as "Spore" delayed
  120. Earth's Species To Be Cataloged On the Web
  121. Spy Chief Hints At Limits On Satellite Photos
  122. Intel to update Centrino laptop hardware
  123. The Human Mutation
  124. Own Your Own 128-Bit Integer
  125. Internet encyclopedia to list all 1.8 mln species
  126. EA warns on 2008 profit as "Spore" delayed
  127. Proposed Legislation Is Mooninite Fallout
  128. Sun Debuts JavaFX As Alternative To AJAX
  129. DMCA Takedown Notice For a Fake ID
  130. Electronic Arts warns on '08 profit
  131. Deadline For Saying "No" To National ID
  132. Warner Brothers Pulls Canadian Previews
  133. Europe's Galileo Program In Serious Trouble
  134. Disney Says, You WILL Watch the Ads
  135. "El Tigre" leads next wave of Nick games from THQ
  136. Soldiers Bond With Bots, Take Them Fishing
  137. Users Being Migrated To New Version of Hotmail
  138. Sun Completes Java Core Tech Open-Sourcing
  139. Surge of 3-D films set for U.S. theaters by 2009
  140. Obsession With Firewalls Could Hinder IPv6
  141. Powerful Supernova May Be Related To Death Spasms of First Stars
  142. Ericsson and Sun to develop open source-based server
  143. EU assembly group moves towards lax roaming rules
  144. Ubuntu Mobile Announced
  145. IE Devs Criticize Bank Security Vulnerabilities
  146. Verizon Claims Free Speech Over NSA Wiretapping
  147. Student, Denied Degree For MySpace Photo, Sues
  148. MySpace to acquire Photobucket: source
  149. Sun Says, "Compensate OSS Developers"
  150. Despite warnings, most U.S. babies watch TV
  151. MySpace to acquire Photobucket for $250 mln: source
  152. Social Computing and Badger's Paws
  153. You Can Oppose Copyright and Support Open Source
  154. Sprint Nextel Vs. 41 Schools and Non-Profits
  155. MySpace to acquire Photobucket for $250 mln: source
  156. "El Tigre" leads next wave of Nick games from THQ
  157. Two US States Restrict Used CD Sales
  158. A Foolproof Way To End Bank Account Phishing?
  159. Library of Congress Threatens Washington Watch Wiki
  160. Motorola says to show new 3G mobile devices
  161. Analysts Call IBM Layoff Estimates "Hogwash"
  162. Are End Users to Blame for OS Flaws?
  163. What is Your Desert Island Game?
  164. No Competition Between Open and Closed Source?
  165. Despite warnings, most U.S. babies watch TV
  166. Massachusetts Joins the Real ID Fight
  167. Research Team Makes Quantum Computing Progress
  168. Thailand Sues YouTube
  169. How the RIAA has Dodged RICO Charges
  170. Comcast Goes to Zimbra
  171. Beating WoW At Its Own Game
  172. Warner Bros. to offer programming on Joost
  173. Jobs to Labels- Lose the DRM & We'll Talk Price
  174. Linux as A Musician's OS?
  175. 360 Limiting GTA IV In Some Ways
  176. Canadian Coins Not Nano-Tech Espionage Devices
  177. Security Isn't Just Avoiding Microsoft
  178. Dell joins Microsoft, Novell in Linux pact
  179. Warner Bros. to offer programming on Joost
  180. Dell Partners with MS/Novell for Linux Servers
  181. Boredom Drives Open-Source Developers?
  182. CNET Reporters Intend to Sue HP Over Surveillance
  183. Transform a Regular LCD Into a Touchscreen
  184. Japanese find sleep, shelter in cyber cafes
  185. Australian Extradited For Breaking US Law At Home
  186. Comcast to integrate e-mail and voicemail online
  187. Russian teacher fined in Microsoft piracy case
  188. Migrate a MySQL Database Preserving Special Characters
  189. EFF and Dvorak Blame the Digg Revolt On Lawyers
  190. Real Open Source Applications for Education?
  191. You Can't Oppose Copyright and Support Open Source
  192. Web alarms, mobile alerts aim to make you safer
  193. Comcast to integrate e-mail and voicemail online
  194. Dell joins Microsoft, Novell in Linux pact
  195. Japanese find sleep, shelter in cyber cafes
  196. Mathematicians Design Invisible Tunnel
  197. Conservative Sarkozy Wins Presidency of France
  198. Bill To Outlaw Genetic Discrimination In US
  199. Utah Anti-Kids-Spam Registry "a Flop"
  200. The State of Open Source 3D Modeling
  201. Microsoft Invents Split Screen PC
  202. Bill Gates' Management Style
  203. AOL's Embarassing Password Woes
  204. A New Way to Look at Networking
  205. The Elevator Effect In Second Life
  206. Cold Fusion Gets a Boost From the US Navy
  207. AT&T Dumps VOIP Customers
  208. English Premier Football League Sues YouTube
  209. Nano Light-Emitting Fibers In the Lab
  210. CNN To Release Debates Under Creative Commons
  211. Webcomic Author Deemed a Terrorist Threat
  212. Does Linux "Fail To Think Across Layers?"
  213. TJX Breach Began With WEP Crack
  214. Microsoft, Best Buy Face Racketeering Suit
  215. Brazil Voids Merck Patent On AIDS Drug
  216. TSA Loses Hard Drive With Personnel Info
  217. What's The Greatest Web Software Ever?
  218. Winner of NASA Glove Contest Named
  219. The End of .Mac and Google Apps?
  220. Retroactive Immunity Proposed for Telcos Who Share Private Data
  221. Astronomers Again Baffled by Solar Observations
  222. Harvard Law Professor Urges University to Fight RIAA
  223. openSUSE Survey Results Online
  224. Some Schools Ending Laptop Programs
  225. PHP 5.2.2 and 4.4.7 Released
  226. Studios face tough battle protecting hi-def DVDs
  227. New laws create second-hand woes for CD retailers
  228. Nano gets no more damages from Canon in panel suit
  229. Robert Love Resigns from Novell
  230. Reiser Murder Case Gets Stranger
  231. Yahoo shares rise on reports of Microsoft interest
  232. Prosecutor Announces Charges Against Pirate Bay
  233. The Story Behind a Windows Security Patch Recall
  234. IBM to Lay Off Half of Global Services Division
  235. Web alarms, mobile alerts aim to make you safer
  236. Microsoft, Yahoo talks no longer active: report
  237. Vista Eating Battery Life
  238. Cooler Silicon Lasers Via Energy Harvesting
  239. Congress Asks Universities to Curb Piracy
  240. Is Virtual Rape a Crime?
  241. Wally Schirra Dead at 84
  242. Yahoo to shut down Yahoo Photos service, push Flickr
  243. Microsoft eyeing deal to buy Yahoo: reports
  244. Europeans predominate as Second Life users: study
  245. AACS Vows to Fight Bloggers
  246. Super-Fast RDF Search Engine Developed
  247. Microsoft Looks to Refuel Talks With Yahoo
  248. Microsoft eyeing deal to buy Yahoo: reports
  249. Obama Requests Creative Commons for Presidential Debates
  250. Pidgin 2.0 Released