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  1. India to let foreign cos bid for 3G licenses: paper
  2. MySQL Hits $50 Million Revenue, Plans IPO
  3. FCC seeks more comment on airwaves auction
  4. Google, Intel, Microsoft Fund Robot Recipes
  5. Are Web Ratings Dangerous To Sites?
  6. Virus Writers Target Google's Sponsored Links
  7. Ohio University Blocks P2P File Sharing
  8. Why Are T1 Lines Still Expensive?
  9. Apple iPhone on track to ship in late June: CFO
  10. Microsoft starts testing Windows "Longhorn" server
  11. EU Moving to Ban Online Hate Speech
  12. Seven Reasons Microsoft Loves Open Source
  13. Apple iPhone on track to ship in late June: CFO
  14. Thin Water Acts Like a Solid
  15. Encouraging Students to Drop Mathematics
  16. Wordpress Complete
  17. Wikipedia Releases Offline CD
  18. How Wii Is Creaming the Competition
  19. Sony says China pirated Spider-Man DVDs are fakes
  20. Karl Auerbach — ICANN the USSR of the Internet
  21. Does Moore's Law Help or Hinder the PC Industry?
  22. 8-Core Dual Xeon "V8" Test Rig Performance
  23. Google Releases MySQL Enhancements
  24. Nokia, telecoms join mobile wallet plan
  25. EU assembly adopts punishments to tackle piracy
  26. Eben Moglen Leaving the FSF
  27. Spinal Tap to Reunite for Live Earth
  28. Gallery of the Lamest Technology Mascots Ever
  29. Must-Have Extensions for Thunderbird 2.0
  30. Sony says China pirated Spider-Man DVDs are fakes
  31. Nokia, telecoms join mobile wallet plan
  32. Text messages harm written language?
  33. Nokia says 100 mln phones with S60 software shipped
  34. FCC to unveil auction plan on Wednesday
  35. Motorola invests in wireless badges supplier
  36. GM's OnStar announces partnership with MapQuest
  37. NRC says new nuclear plants should be plane-proof
  38. EU assembly adopts punishments to tackle piracy
  39. Help Make Firefox On Mac Suck Less
  40. When the Earth Was Purple
  41. Nokia and telcos join mobile wallet plan
  42. Mobile texts harm written language: Irish report
  43. In Net Neutrality, It's Jeffersonet Vs. Edisonet
  44. Virtues of Monoculture, Or Why Microsoft Wins
  45. GM's OnStar announces partnership with MapQuest
  46. Digital Camera Vs. Camera Phone
  47. Earthlike Planet Orbiting Nearby Star
  48. Investment Companies Backing Patent Trolls
  49. Sony says China pirated Spider-Man DVDs are fakes
  50. Spy Act of 2007 = "Vendors Can Spy Act"
  51. The SEC Is Getting Closer To Jobs
  52. Digital camera shipments to fall in 2011: report
  53. Vonage wins court stay in Verizon patent battle
  54. FCC to unveil auction plan on Wednesday
  55. Report of Net Art Theft Draws Lawyer Threats
  56. Next-Gen Processor Unveiled
  57. Vonage Wins Permanent Stay in Verizon Case
  58. Judge Says RIAA "Disingenuous," Decision Stands
  59. India's Successful Commercial Satellite Launch
  60. Vonage wins court stay in Verizon patent fight
  61. China warns U.S. piracy cases will harm trade tries
  62. Netcraft Shows Smartech Running Ohio Election Servers
  63. AT&T to Target iPhone to Enterprise
  64. Vonage says wins court stay in Verizon patent fight
  65. Chinese court orders Yahoo China to curb music links
  66. Tech Sector Expansion Blunting U.S. Job Outsourcing
  67. Nanotubes May Improve Solar Energy Harvesting
  68. Microsoft Responds to EU With Another Question
  69. U.S. Copyright Report More Rhetoric Than Reality
  70. RIM Offers BlackBerry Service Without the BlackBerry
  71. Wimbledon to use HawkEye technology
  72. EU fails to agree on cell phone roaming rules
  73. Time Warner Customers Get Free Wi-Fi Hotspots
  74. EU fails to agree on cell phone roaming rules
  75. 'Kryptonite' Discovered in Serbian Mine
  76. Intel Opens Its Front-Side Bus
  77. "God of War II" tops March U.S. video game chart
  78. ID theft task force urges tougher penalties
  79. Apple Sued For Using Tabs In OS X Tiger
  80. ID theft task force urges tougher penalties
  81. China says U.S. piracy case will harm trade ties
  82. French Voting Machines a "Catastrophe"
  83. FDA Considers Redefining Chocolate
  84. "God of War II" tops March U.S. video game chart
  85. China warns U.S. piracy case will harm trade tries
  86. Scanners keep students under China college's thumb
  87. Quantum Physics Parts Ways With Reality
  88. Busting the MythBusters' Yawn Experiment
  89. China warns U.S. piracy case will harm trade tries
  90. Russinovich Says, Expect Vista Malware
  91. Bringing Bandwidth To Iraq
  92. Outcry Over Google's Purchase of Doubleclick
  93. IBM Reveals New Virtual Linux Environment
  94. Is Windows Vista in Trouble?
  95. "God of War II" tops March U.S. video game chart
  96. ID theft task force urges tougher penalties
  97. New Theory Links Biodiversity to the Stars
  98. What is Open Source Hardware?
  99. "God of War II" tops March U.S. video game chart
  100. Best Buy to sell HD Radio in all U.S. stores
  101. Beginning Ruby
  102. China's New Internet Plan
  103. MacBook Hacked in Security Contest
  104. Personal Data Exposed! Can Legislation Fix It?
  105. Star Wars, the Lost Interviews
  106. Web lenders woo subprime borrowers despite crisis
  107. AMD's Barcelona to Outpace Intel by 50%
  108. Open WAP = Probable Cause?
  109. EU considers new kind of Microsoft antitrust action
  110. Motorola to buy video technology supplier Terayon
  111. Web lenders woo subprime borrowers despite crisis
  112. Hacked DX10 for Windows Appears
  113. Beryl User Interface for Linux Reviewed
  114. Blu-ray burning its high-def DVD rival
  115. China aims to tame Internet and spread party line
  116. Microsoft replies to EU on possible new fine
  117. Berlin takes easier line on EU roaming fees
  118. Thai architect crafts construction site furniture
  119. U2 Bringing Spider-man to Broadway
  120. 25th Anniversary of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
  121. The Best and Worst US Internet Laws
  122. RIM to roll out "virtual BlackBerry" software
  123. DoCoMo's new phones offer motion-sensing game play
  124. "Shrek 3" dials cell phone video game deal
  125. Motorola to buy video-processing services company
  126. Bill Gates says Asia to spawn tech breakthroughs
  127. RIM to roll out "virtual BlackBerry" software
  128. "Shrek 3" dials cellphone video game deal
  129. Bussard Gets Navy Funding For Fusion Research
  130. "Shrek 3" dials cellphone video game deal
  131. RIM to roll out "virtual BlackBerry" software
  132. Nuclear Training Software Downloaded To Iran
  133. Exhaustive Data Compressor Comparison
  134. AMD's Plan To Recover From Its Perfect Storm
  135. QuickTime .MOV + Toshiba + Vista = BSOD
  136. Black Hole Cluster Spawns Massive Cloud
  137. The Germs' Drummer Arrested For Carrying Soap
  138. S3 Standby State Done Right
  139. Is Your GPS Naive?
  140. gTalk To Get Video Boost?
  141. The Completely Fair Scheduler
  142. Novell Bombards SCO with Summary Judgment Motions
  143. Google's Data-Storage Fuels Privacy Fears
  144. Canada's Wayne Crookes Sues the Net
  145. Goatse.cx Is For Sale
  146. Dell Offers Virtual Saplings For Earth Day
  147. Safeguards For RIAA Hard Drive Inspection
  148. Wal-Mart Begins Massive Push For HD DVD
  149. In Russia, 50% of News Must Be Happy
  150. Boston Bans Boing Boing From City Wi-Fi
  151. RMS Protest Song On Gitmo
  152. Microsoft Finds a Home For Barcode
  153. Global Positioning Without GPS
  154. The Hundred Million Mile Pipe Organ
  155. Mapping the Blogosphere
  156. Is Your Printer Ripping You Off?
  157. Microsoft Is Sued For Patent Violation Over .NET
  158. Microsoft Says iPhone Is Irrelevant To Business
  159. Easy-to-Make Material Scratches Diamond
  160. Digital Media Archiving Challenges Hollywood
  161. The Gigahertz Race is Back On
  162. Brown Dwarf Stars May Be Missing Cosmic Link
  163. Microsoft is Sued for Patent Violation over .NET
  164. Text Messages Used To Monitor Elections
  165. MacBook Hacked In Contest Via Zero-Day Hole in Safari
  166. ****s Actually Do Protect Their Online Profiles
  167. Women Are Fleeing IT Jobs
  168. Russia's Floating Nuclear Plants Under Fire From Greens
  169. AMD Reports $611 Million Loss
  170. Microsoft Says iPhone is Irrelevant to Business
  171. Clear Channel to sell TV group for $1.2 bln
  172. Laptops And Flat Panels Now Vulnerable to Van Eck Methods
  173. OMB Website Exposes Thousands of SSNs
  174. Gamers Grapple With VA Tech Shooting
  175. Airships to Patrol Venezuela's Skies
  176. Nintendo's Sale Dominance Gets Noticed
  177. Virginia shooting restarts media blame game
  178. OMB Website Exposes Thousands of SSNs
  179. Laptops And Flat Panels Now Vulnerable to Van Eck Methods
  180. Gamers Grapple With VA Tech Shooting
  181. Airships to Patrol Venezuela's Skies
  182. Phil Harrison Answers Your Questions
  183. OpenOffice Could Soon Become Web-Based Apps
  184. Human Blood May Contain A Cure For AIDS
  185. Nintendo's Sale Dominance Gets Noticed
  186. Seven Essential Tips for Using Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
  187. Microsoft/Samsung Ink Patent Deal
  188. RIM Releases Reason for Blackberry Outage
  189. Cell SMS in Planes on Trial Down-Under
  190. Botnet on Botnet Action
  191. Apple Issues Patches for 25 Security Holes
  192. Sun Asks China to Merge its Doc Format With ODF
  193. RIM moves to prevent another BlackBerry outage
  194. PluggedIn: Virginia shooting restarts media blame game
  195. Phil Harrison Answers Your Questions
  196. Mobile phones represent next frontier for search
  197. BlackBerry outage blamed on new storage feature
  198. Circuit City, Napster to offer music service
  199. OpenOffice Could Soon Become Web-Based Apps
  200. Human Blood May Contain A Cure For AIDS
  201. Seven Essential Tips for Using Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
  202. Mobile phones represent next frontier for search
  203. "Robofalcons" to take on UK city's pesky pigeons
  204. Microsoft/Samsung Ink Patent Deal
  205. RIM Releases Reason for Blackberry Outage
  206. Clear Channel to sell TV group for $1.2 billion
  207. Cell SMS in Planes on Trial Down-Under
  208. Botnet on Botnet Action
  209. Apple Issues Patches for 25 Security Holes
  210. Clear Channel to sell television group for $1.2 bln
  211. Microsoft aims to add 1 bln more users by 2015
  212. BlackBerry outage blamed on new storage feature
  213. Clear Channel to sell television group for $1.2 bln
  214. "Robofalcons" to take on UK city's pesky pigeons
  215. Circuit City, Napster to offer joint music service
  216. Sun Asks China to Merge its Doc Format With ODF
  217. Canadian MP Calls For ISP Licenses, Content Blocks
  218. Monkey Business and Freakonomics
  219. Software upgrade behind BlackBerry outage: report
  220. Lyrid Meteor Shower Arrives This Weekend
  221. DOJ Names Dozens of IT Vendors in Kickback Scheme
  222. Typing Patterns for Authentication
  223. Nintendo's Wii again No. 1 new game console
  224. Amazon Sues Alexaholic
  225. The Math of Text Readability
  226. Nintendo's Wii again No. 1 new game console
  227. SCO Chairman Fights to Ban Open Wireless Networks
  228. Yahoo Sued for Giving User Information to China
  229. FCC Admits Mistakes In Measuring Broadband Competition
  230. No word yet from RIM on cause of BlackBerry outage
  231. Dell To Offer Win XP On Consumer PCs Again
  232. MySpace Takes on Google News and Digg
  233. Space Race Heats Up in Asia
  234. Windows Buyers Pay Patent Tax of $21.50 ?
  235. Second Life To Open Source Server Code
  236. RIM mum on cause of BlackBerry outage
  237. HP Stops Selling Printers, Starts Selling Prints
  238. Microsoft Takes On the OLPC
  239. RIM stays mum on cause of BlackBerry outage
  240. Major UK Child **** Investigation Flawed
  241. RIAA Wants Student Deposed On School Day
  242. Bad Security Driving Out the Good
  243. "Cybertooth" for patients may replace pills
  244. Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Released
  245. "Cybertooth" for patients may replace pills
  246. Video game newcomers eye more emotional range
  247. Legislation To Overhaul US Patent System
  248. Michael Dell Using Ubuntu Linux At Home
  249. Video game newcomers eye more emotional range
  250. Mozilla Releases Thunderbird 2.0.0