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  1. Movie-like effects change shape of New York stage
  2. The DV Rebel's Guide
  3. RMS Explains GPLv3 Draft 3
  4. HardOCP Spends 30 Days With Vista
  5. Hardware Implants Mimic Brain Cells
  6. Game, movie guys meet for "Robinsons"
  7. PluggedIn: Phone tech targets **** smokers, drunk drivers
  8. Movie-like effects change shape of New York stage
  9. The Coop, Social Networking for Mozilla
  10. Censorware Not Good, Just Better Than COPA
  11. PowerPoint Bad For Learning
  12. .ANI Vulnerability Patch Breaks Applications
  13. Apple Ships 8-Core MacPro
  14. DARPA Planning Liquid Robots
  15. Google Desktop for Mac Released
  16. To Verizon, "Unlimited" Means 5 GB
  17. Should Chimps Have Human Rights?
  18. FBI checks gambling in Second Life virtual world
  19. Game, movie guys meet for "Robinsons"
  20. Oi you! Britain to install more talking cameras
  21. DoubleClick to launch advertising exchange
  22. Silicon Valley's "best brains" work on energy
  23. Nokia Siemens Networks to host Blyk mobile network
  24. Is The Term Paper Dead?
  25. VBootkit Bypasses Vista's Code Signing
  26. Annual H-1B Visa Cap Met In One Day
  27. Diebold Goes 0 For 3 In Massachusetts Case
  28. Amazon Patents Humans Assisting Computers
  29. EU says record firms force iTunes to limit access
  30. FBI checks gambling in Second Life virtual world
  31. Silicon Valley's "best brains" work on energy
  32. Honda picks IBM and Dassault to help build F1 cars
  33. Using Google Maps With a Photo Album
  34. WEP Broken Even Worse
  35. Daylight Saving Change Saved No Power
  36. FBI checks gambling in Second Life virtual world
  37. FCC kills plan to examine use of phones on planes
  38. Silicon Valley's "best brains" work on energy
  39. Research firm argues against Sirius-XM deal
  40. New Algorithms Improve Image Search
  41. ICANN Wants Immunity
  42. Microsoft Sued Over Vista Marketing
  43. U.S. Airlines to Offer In-Air Wi-Fi
  44. French Train Breaks Speed Record
  45. BitTorrent Inc. Introduces Ad-Supported Downloads
  46. Large Caves Found on the Surface of Mars
  47. Hacking Our Five Senses
  48. Vonage Signs Deal to Escape Patent Infringement
  49. Despite Aging Design, x86 Still in Charge
  50. Gary McKinnon Loses Extradition Appeal
  51. EU Launches Antitrust Probe Into iTunes
  52. EU says record firms force iTunes to limit access
  53. Sony cuts price of PSP handheld video game device
  54. Qualcomm files new patent suits against Nokia
  55. LG/Harris team on local mobile TV broadcast system
  56. Cisco communications system aims at smaller firms
  57. Rivals tune in as EMI digital experiment starts
  58. Facebook's Cross-Language Network Library
  59. PC World's 50 Best Tech Products of All Time
  60. Serenity Trounces Star Wars
  61. British hacker loses U.S. extradition appeal
  62. EU charges record companies, Apple on record sales
  63. Qualcomm files new patent suits against Nokia
  64. X Prize For a 100-MPG Car
  65. Google In Bidding To Buy DoubleClick
  66. SCOTUS Says EPA Can Regulate Carbon
  67. 1979 Interview With Douglas Adams
  68. EMI and Apple agree to music catalog deal
  69. Wii are the champions?
  70. E-Voting Reform Bill Gaining Adherants
  71. Biofuels Coming With a High Environmental Price?
  72. First Look at the DirecTV SAT-GO
  73. EMI and Apple agree to music catalog deal
  74. U.S. indicts 4 for illegal tech exports to India
  75. EU charges record companies, Apple on record sales
  76. RadioShack sued over Texas ID theft law
  77. Oracle Linux Adopters Suffer Backlash
  78. New Science Of Metagenomics to Transform Modern Microbiology?
  79. A Look at the Compiz and Beryl Merger
  80. Beginning Lua Programming
  81. Pirate Bay Raid Investigation Finished
  82. EMI and Apple agree to music catalog deal
  83. Microsoft issuing animated cursor security patch
  84. AT&T, America Movil have agendas in T. Italia bid
  85. EA, MTV, Harmonix in pact to level up music games
  86. Sprint awards ad work to Goodby, Silverstein
  87. All Blood Converted to Type O?
  88. Microsoft issuing animated cursor security patch
  89. EA, MTV, Harmonix in pact to level up music games
  90. Canadian Broadcasters Seek New Internet Regulation
  91. Popular HD DVD Disc Hits a Snag
  92. Web 2.0 Under Siege
  93. Rogers to offer video calling on cellphones
  94. MS Plans Emergency Update to Fix .ANI Bug
  95. Morfik Patents AJAX Compiler
  96. Steve Jobs Announces (some) DRM-free iTunes
  97. Mandriva Linux pre-installed on Intel's Classmate
  98. WTO Again Sides With Antigua Over Online Gambling
  99. AppleTV Becomes OSX Workstation
  100. EMI May Remove DRM From Parts of Catalog
  101. Digital Watchdogs Widen Anti-Piracy War
  102. EMI and Apple agree to music catalog deal
  103. College grads' prospects improve: survey
  104. Linux and OSS to Aid the Library of Congress
  105. RIAA Can't Have Defendant's Son's Desktop
  106. Google 'Toilet ISP' Gag Not Without Precedent
  107. Architect Claims to Solve Pyramid Secret
  108. Wii are the champions?
  109. Apple/EMI in deal, but Beatles not included: source
  110. Python On Planes Supersunday Release
  111. Microsoft set to Announce Zune 360 and 180
  112. World's First Gold Farming RPG
  113. Cellphone Dental Implants Coming Soon
  114. Alaska to Tierra del Fuego on french fry grease
  115. Star Trek "DeMastered" Video Service to Launch
  116. WiiHelms Go on Sale
  117. LG.Philips aims to make 11 mln modules by '11 Poland
  118. TJX card problem flags retail identify theft risk
  119. Research Reveals Mislaid Microprocessor Megahertz
  120. Postgres Engine for MySQL Released
  121. Blizzard Adds Tinfoil Hat to Solve Armory Complaints
  122. The Pirate Bay Finds Permanent Home
  123. Google Launches Free Wireless Broadband
  124. Julianne Moore to play Dana Scully
  125. Google Introduces Gmail Paper
  126. Mozilla Foundation Sues Microsoft Over Tabbed Browsing
  127. Nvidia To Recall Every 8800 GTX/GTS Card
  128. Wireless Power Now A Reality
  129. Haptics Technology Turns Phones into Weapons
  130. LG.Philips aims to make 11 mln modules by '11 Poland
  131. Malaysia sniffer dogs find second pirated-DVD haul
  132. Top 10 April Fools Stories
  133. PC Makers Say Vista Is Not a Seller
  134. How To Properly Archive Data On Disc Media
  135. 48% of Americans Reject Evolution
  136. Google Using Pre-Katrina Imagery on Google Maps
  137. Most Impressive Game AI?
  138. LG.Philips aims to make 11 mln modules by '11 in Poland
  139. DHS Wants Master Key for DNS
  140. Science Fair Project Exposes GlaxoSmithKline Lies
  141. GTA IV Trailer Inflames Big Apple Politicians
  142. Serious Magnet Failure at CERN's New Accelerator
  143. Why Powered USB Is Going to Fail
  144. Wildlife Deputy Changed Science For Lobbyists
  145. Inside The Search For Jim Gray
  146. Credit-Card Data Breaches Drive Security Solutions
  147. Tactics in the **** Industry's Fight Against Piracy
  148. Vista Failing "Blackboard" College Courses
  149. Dodgey DMCA Use May Lead To 'YouTube Veto Power'
  150. Apple invades the living room
  151. Web news readers have greater attention span: study
  152. Newton's Second Law, Revisited
  153. Wildlife Deputy Changed Science for Lobbyists
  154. TJX card problem flags retail identify theft risk
  155. SonyBMG deletes demo CDs, logs onto blogs
  156. OpenOffice 2.2 Released
  157. Tatooine's Double-Sunset a Common Sight
  158. Death of the Button? Analog vs. Digital
  159. Firefox 3.0 Preview
  160. TJX card problem flags retail identify theft risk
  161. Cuban v. EFF lawyer on YouTube, DMCA
  162. Private File Sharing to Remain/Become legal in EU
  163. Some Mexican Classrooms Adopt Hi-Tech Teaching
  164. What is the Best Bug-as-a-Feature?
  165. A Chinese Virtual Currency Challenges the Yuan
  166. Does DRM Enable Online Music Innovation?
  167. Why Microsoft Should Fear Apple
  168. America Movil buys Telecoms de Puerto Rico
  169. Phone tech targets **** smokers, drunk drivers
  170. Russian School Teacher 'Pirate' Case Re-Opened
  171. OLPC Manufacturer to Sell $200 Laptop On Open Market
  172. Windows Vulnerability in Animated Cursor Handling
  173. ICANN Rejects .XXX Top Level Domain, Again
  174. Astronaut to Run the Boston Marathon From Space
  175. Web-Based Photo Editor Roundup
  176. Dyson Preparing a Roomba Killer?
  177. Fortune 1000 Companies Sending Spam, Phishing
  178. Using the Terahertz Spectrum for Wireless Communication
  179. Dept. of Energy Rejects Corn Fuel Future
  180. Media Server Manufacturer Wins in Court
  181. R u rdy 4 wrlds fastest txt msg?
  182. SonyBMG deletes demo CDs, logs onto blogs
  183. Argentine province bets on Silicon Valley future
  184. NTN Buzztime sees $2 mln in proceeds from wireless unit sale
  185. China cyberspace, outerspace war gains impress: U.S
  186. Poland's TPSA eyes more cellphone customers in '07
  187. USPS Announces Star Wars Stamp Set
  188. Drive-By Internet In Hard-To-Reach Places
  189. R u rdy 4 wrlds fastest txt msg?
  190. China cyberspace, outerspace war gains impress: U.S
  191. Why the RIAA Doesn't Want Defendants Exonerated
  192. Drive-by Internet in Hard to Reach Places
  193. Students Sue Anti-Plagiarism Service
  194. AT&T, Qwest, Verizon win U.S. govt telecom contract
  195. AT&T, Qwest, Verizon win government telecom contract
  196. Google to Viacom - The Law is Clear, and On Our Side
  197. How Microsoft Can Make Zune a Success
  198. Dvorak to Apple - Stop The iPhone
  199. Apple gets behind the album format with new offer
  200. AT&T, Qwest, Verizon win government telecom contract
  201. Top 12 Operating Systems Vulnerability Survey
  202. Circuit City and the American Dream
  203. Verizon says GSM carrier can buy CDMA carrier
  204. TJX Is Biggest Data Breach Ever
  205. Sirius to launch TV service in Chrysler 2008 cars
  206. TV Azteca to combine and spin off mobile assets
  207. CA Proposes Rigorous Voting Machine Testing
  208. Blame sales for those computer security breaches
  209. TV Azteca combines and spins off mobile assets
  210. Secure Programming Exams Launched
  211. AT&T, Qwest, MCI/Verizon win US telecom contract
  212. Is KDE 4.0 the Holy Grail of Desktops?
  213. Torvalds "Pretty Pleased" With Latest GPLv3
  214. Musicians Demand the Internet Stay Neutral
  215. Intel plans new generation of chips
  216. Visa talks up mobile payments, invests in wireless
  217. Nokia unveils 3 new phone models, to ship in Q2
  218. Regal, DreamWorks CEOs see 3D transforming movies
  219. Intel Next-Gen CPU Has Memory Controller and GPU
  220. Virtualizing Cuts Web App Performance 43%
  221. Cisco Develops Mobile Robots for Wireless Nets
  222. MIT Shows How to Shut Down Brain With Light
  223. Nokia unveils 3 new phone models, to ship in Q2
  224. Blame sales for those computer security breaches
  225. Linux Preinstalled Dell Available Soon
  226. Microsoft to Buy DoubleClick?
  227. Intel plans new generation of chips
  228. Smart Sunglasses
  229. USPTO New Accelerated Review Process
  230. Boeing Working on Fuel Cell Aircraft
  231. New Superbug Weapon to Replace Failing Antibiotics
  232. Visa talks up mobile payments, invests in wireless
  233. New IAB Chair Defends DNSSEC
  234. US No Longer Technology King
  235. Micosoft to Buy DoubleClick?
  236. Elite Won't Replace Premium or Core Skus
  237. Regal, DreamWorks CEOs see 3D transforming movies
  238. Advertisers want to go mobile, U.S. carriers mull plans
  239. Evolution of Mammals Re-evaluated
  240. GWT Java AJAX Programming
  241. Spaceport America Takes Off
  242. Web-watching the widget way
  243. Schoolgirls bullied into stripping online
  244. Electrically Conductive Plastic Polymer
  245. Yahoo to Offer Unlimited Email Storage
  246. Web-watching the widget way
  247. Schoolgirls bullied into stripping online
  248. AT&T says U-verse sales up "dramatically", total 10,000
  249. FSF Releases Third Draft of GPLv3
  250. Alcatel-Lucent wins big network contract in Mexico