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  1. Microsoft eyeing deal to buy Yahoo: reports
  2. Yahoo to shut down Yahoo Photos service, push Flickr
  3. Yahoo! Photos to Shut Down
  4. India Hopes to Make $10 Laptops a Reality
  5. The Unauthorized State-Owned Chinese Disneyland
  6. IBM's Snowflake Microchips
  7. Death of the UMPC?
  8. RFID Guardian Protects Your Privacy
  9. Mercury May Have Molten Hot Magma at its Core
  10. RIAA Backs Down Again in Chicago
  11. Miguel Plans Silverlight on Mono & Linux by Years End
  12. Would You Install Pirated Software at Work?
  13. The Internet of Things - What is a Spime?
  14. Do We Really Need a Security Industry?
  15. 12 Laws Every Blogger Needs to Know
  16. Why Are Students Liable for School Insecurity?
  17. Midway Games loss narrows, keeps 2007 forecast
  18. PC World Editor Resigns When Ordered Not to Criticize Advertisers
  19. Breakpoints have now been patented
  20. Bridging the Gap Between Hackers and Academics
  21. Apple iBook G4 Design Flaw Proven
  22. eBay's Ill-Timed Lifetime Achievement Webby
  23. RIM courts broader market with BlackBerry Curve
  24. Nokia unveils thin Barracuda
  25. Court denies Vonage bid for patent case retrial
  26. New AACS Crack Called "Undefeatable"
  27. Google's Evil NDA
  28. 60-Day Reprieve For Internet Royalty Rate Hike
  29. Apple unveils plans to go greener
  30. Nokia unveils thin Barracuda, 6 more new phones
  31. Sun Joins Mac Open Office Development
  32. No Windows (Officially) On OLPC
  33. Steve Jobs Personally Resolves Customer Complaint
  34. Apple unveils plans to go greener
  35. T-Mobile plans phones that can use Wi-Fi: report
  36. Canvas M to launch colored notes in India
  37. Nokia unveils thin Barracuda, 6 more new phones
  38. Longevity Gene Found
  39. Internet2 Taken Out by Stray Cigarette
  40. RIM courts broader market with BlackBerry Curve
  41. "Die Hard" video game is mobile only for Gameloft
  42. Nokia unveils thin Barracuda, 6 more new phones
  43. EU parliament to delay mobile roaming vote: MEP
  44. Australian Teachers Try To Shut Down Website
  45. Apple unveils plans to go greener
  46. IBM uses self-assembling material in chip advance
  47. T-Mobile plans phones that can use Wi-Fi: WSJ
  48. RIM courts broader market with BlackBerry Curve
  49. Oracle, IBM, NEC to market Linux in Japan: Nikkei
  50. Microsoft Drops Hints on IE8
  51. The 660 Gallon Brewery Fuel Cell
  52. Can Technology Fix the Health Care System?
  53. New Horizons Releases Results
  54. Quantum Dot Recipe May Lead To Cheaper Solar Panels
  55. Five AJAX Frameworks Reviewed
  56. Jobs Responds to Greenpeace FUD
  57. Student Arrested for Making Videogame Map of School
  58. Blogging economists draw cyber-crowds
  59. Windows PowerShell in Action
  60. Middle East peace a reality in new computer game
  61. EU institutions closer on roaming compromise
  62. Vonage and Verizon — Prepare for Round 2
  63. Russia to Halt Public Access to .RU Whois Data?
  64. DARPA Working on Spidey Sense for Soldiers
  65. Obama's MySpace Drama
  66. Glu Mobile in deal with Warner Bros
  67. NVIDIA's 8800 Ultra Provides Performance at a Price
  68. Soldiers Can't Blog Without Approval
  69. Why Microsoft Will Never Make .NET Truly Portable
  70. Next target of cell phone industry: navigation
  71. Glu Mobile in deal with Warner Bros.
  72. Why Apple Should Acquire AMD
  73. Tech Magazine Loses June Issue, No Backup
  74. Ext3cow Versioning File System Released For 2.6
  75. Next target of cell phone industry: navigation
  76. Glu Mobile in deal with Warner Bros.
  77. Gemstar signs license agreement with Verizon
  78. EU institutions fail to agree on roaming rules
  79. NASA Tackles Ethics of Deep-Space Exploration
  80. Nokia sued in U.S. over a technology patent
  81. Next target of cellphone industry: navigation
  82. Middle East peace a reality in new computer game
  83. OpenBSD 4.1 Released
  84. New Jersey Turnpike As a Power Source?
  85. Digg.com Attempts To Suppress HD-DVD Revolt
  86. Disney unveils social networking for pre****s
  87. Digg.com Attempts To Supress HD-DVD Revolt
  88. Treating the Dead
  89. Mathematica 6 Launched
  90. Death Knell For DDoS Extortion?
  91. Middle East peace a reality in new computer game
  92. Music Decoded From 600-Year-Old Carvings
  93. Long Block Data Standard Finalized
  94. Microsoft Common Language Runtime To Be Cross-Platform
  95. Censoring a Number
  96. VeriSign To Offer Passwords On Bank Card
  97. Lip-Reading Surveillance Cameras
  98. David Bowie, eBay join winners of Webby awards
  99. Glu, Activision partner on "Call of Duty" mobile
  100. Muslim, traditional, but finding love on the Web
  101. Microsoft Says Other OSes Should Imitate UAC
  102. Ad-Supported Free Music Downloads Doomed to Failure?
  103. Microsoft CEO Claims iPhone Will Be Bust
  104. Orkut In Pact With Indian Law Enforcement
  105. 2012 Olympics Security to be Chosen by Sponsorship
  106. Muslim, traditional, but finding love on the Web
  107. ITV unveils Internet TV
  108. Dell to Sell Machines with Ubuntu Pre-Loaded
  109. Google says Viacom lawsuit threat to Internet use
  110. British motorists face spy in sky monitoring
  111. Businesses Scramble To Stay Out of Google Hell
  112. U.S. Puts 12 Nations On Watch For Piracy
  113. Italian Phone Taps Spur Encryption Use
  114. Sony apologizes for dead goat prop
  115. Google says Viacom lawsuit threat to Internet use
  116. Microsoft eyes Web ad firm 24/7 Real Media: report
  117. British motorists face spy in sky monitoring
  118. Muslim, traditional, but finding love on the Web
  119. Google expands personalization with iGoogle
  120. Glu, Activision partner on "Call of Duty" mobile
  121. NBC Universal looks to feed off Rmail
  122. Microsoft To Open Source Some of Silverlight
  123. SCO Wanted To Gag Torvalds, Moglen
  124. Google expands personalization with iGoogle
  125. An Open Source Hardware Development Tool
  126. Exposing Bots In Big Companies
  127. Google Pushes To Open Public Records
  128. World's Largest Fossil Forest, and One of the Oldest
  129. Apple To Grant All Labels DRM-Free Distribution
  130. Buildings Could Save Energy By Spying On Workers
  131. Lone Programmer Writes 352 Webcam Drivers For Linux
  132. Mixed News for Nintendo, Microsoft
  133. Sony apologizes for dead goat prop
  134. Microsoft eyes more Web infrastructure services
  135. Microsoft adds streaming, services to Silverlight
  136. Supreme Court hands tech firms patent victories
  137. Top court rules for Microsoft on patent
  138. Lone Programmer Writes 253 Webcam Drivers For Linux
  139. Supreme Court Sides With Microsoft Over AT&T
  140. Top court rules for Microsoft on patent
  141. How Will Governments Keep Up With Technology?
  142. Google steps up personalized Web search push
  143. Microsoft adds streaming, services to Silverlight
  144. Linux Appliance Design
  145. Has Open Source Jumped the Shark?
  146. Mercury Contamination Vs. Energy-Efficient Lightbulbs
  147. Microsoft releases test version of media player
  148. A New Wireless Power Transmission Sheet
  149. Home Secretary Requests Fingerprint-Activated iPods
  150. Yahoo to buy rest of Right Media for $680 mln
  151. Mercury Contamination vs Energy Efficient Lightbulbs
  152. Supreme Court Weakens Patents
  153. How to Stop Digg-cheating, Forever
  154. Web 2.0 Threats and Risks for Financial Services
  155. Google Shareholder Proposal to Resist Censorship
  156. BBC To Create 'Catch-Up TV Player'
  157. "Brandjacking" common on Web: report
  158. Top court rules for Microsoft on patent
  159. Yahoo to buy rest of Right Media for $680 mln
  160. Iran to Filter 'Immoral' Mobile Messages
  161. Court Rules Playlist Customization Is Not Interactive
  162. Corporate brand hijacking common on Web: report
  163. Want To Work At Google?
  164. The Future of Cinema - 'Real' 3D
  165. Qantas Ditches Linux for AIX
  166. New Submarine Cable Planned Between SE Asia and US
  167. How Google Earth Images Are Made
  168. India's "breadbasket" aims to be new IT hotspot
  169. How long will a bell bong? Science seeks answers
  170. Fast Search sides with newspapers in Web sales war
  171. Dell Rethinking the Direct-Sales Market
  172. Show Office 2007 Who's the Boss
  173. Kaleidescape Triumphant in Court Case, DVD Ripping Ruled Legal
  174. UK Voters Want To Vote Online
  175. Google's Stomach Pangs - Adjusting to DoubleClick
  176. Custom Charts w/ Perl and GD
  177. Cryptome to be Terminated by Verio/NTT
  178. Is it Time for an Open Source Certificate Authority?
  179. Ashes of Doohan Sent Into Space
  180. Vudu Set-Top Box Weds Legal P2P And HD Movies
  181. Vitamin D Deficiency Behind Many Western Cancers?
  182. Canada to Build 40MW Solar Power Plant
  183. RIAA Claims Ownership of All Artist Royalties For Internet Radio
  184. AOL Security Compromised by ****ager
  185. The World's Longest Carbon Nanotube
  186. Is Commercialization Killing Open Source?
  187. RIAA Security Expert's Quest For Reliability
  188. MIT Dean of Admissions Resigns in Lying Scandal
  189. BBC White Paper Claims HD Over Low Bandwidth Signal
  190. OS X vs. Vista - In Spandex
  191. Google Deletes Rogue Ads, Dangers Persist
  192. Mouse Brain Simulated Via Computer
  193. The Solar Oxygen Crisis
  194. Neuros Solicits Help From AppleTV Hackers
  195. Price Optimization Software Big in Retail Business
  196. Iran to filter "immoral" mobile messages
  197. Utah Rethinking Anti-Keyword Advertising Law
  198. OLPC to Run Windows, Come to the US
  199. New MySpace China Tells Users to Spy on Each Other
  200. Iran to filter "immoral" mobile messages
  201. NBC Believes They Own Political Discourse
  202. SCO Given NASDAQ Delisting Notice
  203. New Japanese Mobile Phones Detect Motion
  204. Blizzard Confirms New Product, May Be Starcraft 2
  205. Can Music Survive Inside the Big Box?
  206. DARPA Developing Defensive Plasma Shield
  207. Could Black Holes Be Portals to Other Universes?
  208. Jobs Says People Don't Want to 'Rent' Music
  209. Student Attempting To Improve School Security Suspended
  210. Japan to Launch Maglev Trains by 2025
  211. Design your own watch without leaving home
  212. Apple says some notebooks may have battery issues
  213. Criminalizing The Consumer - Where DRM Went Wrong
  214. MS Mulling Changes to Thwart .ANI-type Attacks
  215. Cell Phones Aren't Killing Bees After All
  216. Sun Surges Into Research, Virtual Worlds
  217. Design your own watch without leaving home
  218. Student Arrested for Writing Essay
  219. Ohio Audit Reveals More Diebold Problems
  220. RIAA Secretly Tries to Get ISP Subscriber Info
  221. OS Combat - Ubuntu Linux Versus Vista
  222. India To Offer Free Broadband by 2009
  223. Big HMO Jolted By Email, System Failures
  224. Keeping Google's In-house Database Ticking
  225. Vista Sales Strong, Higher Than Expected
  226. Britain's slave trade records go online
  227. U.S. schools may join inexpensive laptop project
  228. A Reprieve For Net Radio?
  229. EU Approves New Stricter Anti-Piracy Directive
  230. NIN Releases Garageband Sources For 3 New Tracks
  231. DARPA's Artificial Arm Comes With VR Training
  232. Sony's "Father of PlayStation" to step down
  233. Jack Valenti, Dead at 85
  234. $100 Laptop Repriced at $175
  235. U.S. schools may join inexpensive laptop project
  236. Kodak Challenges HP's Printer Sales Model
  237. A Succinct Definition of the Internet?
  238. U.S. schools may join inexpensive laptop project
  239. Keep an eye out for McCain -- on YouTube
  240. Dell Releases Flash-Based Laptops
  241. Glitch Has Users Fuming, Google 'Frantic'
  242. Sony Takes on YouTube with Video-Sharing Site
  243. New Barbie Girls sashay into view with MP-3
  244. U.S. schools may join inexpensive laptop project
  245. Linux Kernel 2.6.21 Published
  246. RIAA Wins In Court Against UW Madison
  247. Sony's "Father of PlayStation" to step down
  248. Researchers Break Internet Speed Records
  249. Sony's "Father of PlayStation" to step down
  250. Hi, I'm a Mac, and I'm Your Enterprise Computer