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  1. The Brains Behind the Image Fulgurator
  2. Sun sponsors social apps platform (InfoWorld)
  3. Alfresco-Adobe Pact Continues To Strengthen Open Source
  4. Video: Bill Gates' Best Bits, From Pies to BSODs
  5. Virgin Mobile USA Buys Helio for $39 Million in Equity (NewsFactor)
  6. Sony Will Offer News, Weather, Video Through PlayStation (NewsFactor)
  7. Orbitz Open Sources Tools To Manage Large Distributed Applications
  8. Modders Get Nvidia's PhysX To Run On ATI Cards
  9. Daily Debrief: What to expect with the new iPhone release (CNET)
  10. Actor Verne Troyer sues TMZ.com over sex tape (Reuters)
  11. Gates' Last Day At Microsoft
  12. Grand OGL Wiki Seeks to Publish RPG Book Back-Stock
  13. North Pole Ice On Track To Melt By September?
  14. Harvard Study Questions "Long Tail" Theory
  15. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  16. Will Amazon Get a Visit From the Tax Man?
  17. Intentional GPS Jamming On the Increase
  18. Bill Gates Bids A Teary Farewell To Microsoft
  19. Bill Gates: Beginnings to billionaire
  20. Ballmer and Gates bid farewell with tears (AP)
  21. Hackers Hijack, Redirect IANA and ICANN Web Sites (NewsFactor)
  22. Bill Gates Retires, Symbian Goes Open Source (PC World)
  23. Prosecutors say peer-to-peer hacker in plea deal (AP)
  24. Activision launches Aerosmith-only "Guitar Hero" (Reuters)
  25. Modders Get Nvidia's PhysX To Run On ATI Cards
  26. MySpace releases tools, info for data sharing (AP)
  27. Grand OGL Wiki Seeks to Publish RPG Book Back-Stock
  28. Digg the Candidates updates
  29. Bill Gates Retires Today
  30. OFFICIAL: Rogers announces iPhone 3G plans
  31. The Many (Geeky) Faces of Bill Gates, a Capsule Biography
  32. Predator Met 16-Year-Old Victim Through 'World of Warcraft'
  33. Pimp My Smart — And Put 13 People in It
  34. Review: Wii 'Guitar Hero' Controller Makes You a Rawk God -- Almost
  35. Jury Convicts Web Site Operator in P2P Case (PC World)
  36. Facebook asks users to specify gender
  37. Unique concrete filters city's alley water
  38. AT&T Whistleblower: Spy Bill Creates 'Infrastructure for a Police State'
  39. Wireless company to allow other carriers' devices (AP)
  40. North Pole Ice On Track To Melt By September?
  41. 65-foot-high Lego Cathedrals Store 19 Billion Pieces a Year
  42. 10 IRC Client for Linux
  43. So Long, Bill Gates, and Thanks for the Monopoly
  44. What We Can Learn from Buckminster Fuller
  45. Harvard Study Questions "Long Tail" Theory
  46. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  47. Wards didn't tell consumers about credit card hack (AP)
  48. Bill Gates bids a teary farewell to Microsoft (Reuters)
  49. Sun Announces 'unlimited' GlassFish-MySQL Bundle (PC World)
  50. Scientists Create Synthesized DNA Bases
  51. Will Amazon Get a Visit From the Tax Man?
  52. Most Powerful Visualization System: Faster than 600 Consoles
  53. Progress Makes Another SOA Buy (PC World)
  54. UBS considers Paine Webber sale: sources (Reuters)
  55. Declaring Whales Safe, Navy Presses On With Sonar Training
  56. New Rules Could Mean Hundreds of New Domains
  57. China Mobile says main hurdle in Apple iPhone talks cleared (AFP)
  58. Firefox 3 Already Rules the Roost
  59. 20 Beautiful HDR Pictures
  60. Google Tries Tighter Aim for Web Ads -- Knows What You Want
  61. Customized Domains May Not Help Businesses Much (NewsFactor)
  62. US Halts Applications For Solar Energy Projects
  63. North Pole could be ice-free this summer
  64. Facebook to users: State sex to cut grammar errors (AP)
  65. Europeans picking mobiles over landlines (AP)
  66. Japanese students schooled with Nintendo (Reuters)
  67. Telecom Immunity Flip-Floppers Got More Telecom Money
  68. Sony Ericsson issues profit warning for 2Q (AP)
  69. Virgin Mobile to buy Helio for $39M (AP)
  70. "Wisdom of Crowds" Works For Individuals Too
  71. Another Inventor Of The Internet Wants To Gag It
  72. Sony Ericsson issues warning on second quarter results (AFP)
  73. Oracle damages in SAP case could top $1 bln: filing (Reuters)
  74. Tiny Satellite Set To Hunt Asteroids
  75. Scientists analyze chocolate genome
  76. Nobel scientist looks to the future
  77. Green roofs cool cities, fight climate change
  78. Internet group opens door to domains beyond .com (USATODAY.com)
  79. Drug Reverses Retardation In Mice
  80. Bill Gates and the Greatest Tech Hack Ever
  81. Senate Delays Telecom Immunity Vote Until After July Recess
  82. NASA Tests Hypersonic Blackswift
  83. Kate Moss hair extension goes on eBay (AFP)
  84. 8 of 10 businesses use Macs
  85. Up and Atom for new MTV comedy Web site (Reuters)
  86. Intentional GPS Jamming On the Increase
  87. Gates moves on, but Microsoft keeps 'quests' alive (AP)
  88. Microsoft to Buy Mobile Software Maker MobiComp (PC World)
  89. The Missing Sync for iPhone available for Windows (Macworld.com)
  90. Apple to Offer iTunes Remote Control App for iPhone and iPod
  91. NASA Tests Hypersonic Blackswift
  92. The Internet's Undersea World
  93. Ten Reasons Why Vista Isn't That Bad
  94. The Fight To End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  95. Web animation site aniBoom raises $10 million (Reuters)
  96. Mobile Linux Groups Join Forces To Advance OS (TechWeb)
  97. Hospital Implements High-Tech Emergency Response System (TechWeb)
  98. Cloud9 Analytics Brings Forecasting to Salesforce.com Users (TechWeb)
  99. June 27, 1898: Down to the Sea in Ships, and Then Some
  100. Zero Hour Trains EMTs With Virtual Worst-Case Scenarios
  101. The Fight To End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  102. Can Any Router Guarantee Bandwidth For VoIP?
  103. DIGG's Kevin Rose #5 - 15 People Who Enhanced the Internet
  104. Bell's Own Data Exposes P2P As a Red Herring
  105. Ambitious California Emissions Plan Could Boost Economy, Chart National Policy
  106. Get to Usenet Even if Your ISP Blocks You
  107. Mash Your Pics Onto a Map: Get Started With Flickr's API
  108. Yahoo Shakes Up Management Amid Shareholder Unrest
  109. ICANN Has New Domains
  110. Review: Charming 'Wall-E' Sweeps Up Trash, Hearts
  111. Senate Committee Approving AM-FM Royalty Bill
  112. WTF? NC Offers to Replace 10,000 License Plates
  113. Nvidia PhysX runs on AMD Radeon 3870, scores 22,000 CPU mark
  114. 15 Ways Microsoft Can Reinvent Itself for the Post-Gates Era
  115. Group votes to Relax Web Naming Rules
  116. Mars lander finds soil 'friendly' to life
  117. Mash Your Pics Onto a Map: Get Started With Flickr's API
  118. Yahoo Shakes Up Management Amid Shareholder Unrest
  119. ICANN Has New Domains
  120. Review: Charming 'Wall-E' Sweeps Up Trash, Hearts
  121. Senate Committee Approving AM-FM Royalty Bill
  122. WTF? NC Offers to Replace 10,000 License Plates
  123. Nvidia PhysX runs on AMD Radeon 3870, scores 22,000 CPU mark
  124. 15 Ways Microsoft Can Reinvent Itself for the Post-Gates Era
  125. Group votes to Relax Web Naming Rules
  126. Mars lander finds soil 'friendly' to life
  127. Mash Your Pics Onto a Map: Get Started With Flickr's API
  128. Yahoo Shakes Up Management Amid Shareholder Unrest
  129. ICANN Has New Domains
  130. Review: Charming 'Wall-E' Sweeps Up Trash, Hearts
  131. Senate Committee Approving AM-FM Royalty Bill
  132. Video: Bio House Keeps You Younger, Say Designers
  133. WTF? NC Offers to Replace 10,000 License Plates
  134. 15 Ways Microsoft Can Reinvent Itself for the Post-Gates Era
  135. Group votes to Relax Web Naming Rules
  136. Mars lander finds soil 'friendly' to life
  137. Mash Your Pics Onto a Map: Get Started With Flickr's API
  138. Yahoo Shakes Up Management Amid Shareholder Unrest
  139. ICANN Has New Domains
  140. Senate Committee Approving AM-FM Royalty Bill
  141. Video: Bio House Keeps You Younger, Say Designers
  142. WTF? NC Offers to Replace 10,000 License Plates
  143. 15 Ways Microsoft Can Reinvent Itself for the Post-Gates Era
  144. Group votes to Relax Web Naming Rules
  145. Mars lander finds soil 'friendly' to life
  146. Video: Bio House Keeps You Younger, Say Designers
  147. Can Any Router Guarantee Bandwidth For VOIP?
  148. TIE Fighters Come to Life in Animated 3-D Display
  149. Mars Soil Appears To Be Able To Sustain Life
  150. Why the cloud cannot obscure the scientific method
  151. Judge orders Facebook rivals to accept settlement (AP)
  152. California to drivers: Drop the cell phone, dude (Reuters)
  153. Review: Walkman Phone Nails Form, Not Function
  154. Poll: Should McCain Learn To Use A Computer?
  155. IBM Using Chocolate to Capture African Market (PC World)
  156. Sourceforge.net Blocked In Mainland China
  157. Important dates in Microsoft's history (AP)
  158. Palm swings to 4Q loss as smart phone sales tumble (AP)
  159. Napster faces proxy battle from three shareholders (Reuters)
  160. Intuit to cut 575 jobs, or 7 percent of workforce (Reuters)
  161. Crooks Nab Citibank ATM Codes, Steal Millions
  162. Study: Global warming sends plants uphill
  163. Chrysler cars to become wireless hotspots
  164. The Fight to End Aging Gains Legitimacy, Funding
  165. Review: In 'Wanted,' Angelina Jolie Speed-Races Through Sexy Violence
  166. VW Rolls Out a Sweet Plug-In Hybrid
  167. Japan's Cult Retro-Gaming TV Show Debuts in English
  168. California Bans Talking While Driving, Sort Of
  169. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text Episode 10: Moody Transformer Hulk
  170. Can the Internet Save Indie Film?
  171. First Look: Maker's Notebook Justifies Its Steep Price
  172. Bill Gates moves on, but Microsoft keeps his 'quests' alive (AP)
  173. Bill Gates to dive deeper into foundation strategy (AP)
  174. Get ready for .smith, .sports or .love on the Web (Reuters)
  175. Ask Jeremy White and Alexandre Julliard About the Future of WINE
  176. Live Coverage: California's New Plan to Cut Emissions
  177. Gun Camera Adds Graffiti to Other People's Photos
  178. People Love Hybrids Enough to Actually Pay for Them
  179. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  180. Yahoo creates three new teams to report to Decker (Reuters)
  181. ICANN Board Approves Wide Expansion of TLDs
  182. Woman Defeats RIAA in Lawsuit, Wins $108K Legal Fees
  183. Yahoo reorganizes in effort to restore order (AP)
  184. Verizon Revamps 3G Overage Plan (PC World)
  185. Group votes to relax Web naming rules
  186. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lego
  187. Microsoft, then and now
  188. Cherrypal: World’s Most Affordable Green PC
  189. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  190. Dell's Studio Laptops Offer Personalization and Simplicity (NewsFactor)
  191. It's Official: Microsoft Hyper-V Now Available (PC World)
  192. Supreme Court Holds Right to Bear Arms Applies to Individuals
  193. Mars Had an Ancient Impact Like Earth
  194. IT Students Contract Out Coursework To India
  195. Why the Cloud Cannot Obscure the Scientific Method
  196. Board Opens Way for New Top-level Domains (PC World)
  197. Cuba says few citizens have phones and computers (Reuters)
  198. Does an Open Java Really Matter?
  199. Tricks to manage multiple accounts in Gmail
  200. How to make an 18ft tall Firefox 3 robot
  201. Cadbury Egg Rube Goldberg Machine
  202. RIAA Must Pay Defendant's Legal Fees
  203. Obama's Musical Tastes: Eclectic, and a Bit Surprising
  204. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  205. One in two Chinese people uses mobile phone, report says (AFP)
  206. Mobile Linux Groups Join Forces (PC World)
  207. Mars Had an Ancient Impact Like Earth
  208. Too busy for errands? Outsource online!
  209. Pentagon seeks brain-aided binoculars
  210. How technology is revolutionizing democracy
  211. Crunch vote to rule on Internet domain name big bang (AFP)
  212. Microsoft starts selling rival to VMware programs (Reuters)
  213. Is Ballmer The Right Man For Microsoft -For Another 10 Years
  214. Web panel paves way for hundreds of new domains (AP)
  215. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  216. Firefox 3, Internet TV, Gates Retrospective (PC World)
  217. A Marine's-Eye View of the Networked Battlefield
  218. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  219. Judge Lets Settlement in ConnectU vs. Facebook Stand (PC World)
  220. IT Students Contract Out Coursework To India
  221. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  222. Microsoft, HTC Announce Mobile Internet Service Platform (PC World)
  223. Sony Previews 'Life With PlayStation' (PC World)
  224. How to turn your body into a remote control
  225. 'Toy Story' studio keeps raising the bar
  226. China orders phone, Internet moratorium (AP)
  227. Only One Quarter of the Planet To Be Online By 2012
  228. Why You Will Love FireFox 3?
  229. A Web Dozen, for your viewing leisure (USATODAY.com)
  230. Instinct pales next to iPhone, but it's still a worthy rival (USATODAY.com)
  231. Microsoft to buy Portuguese mobile software company (Reuters)
  232. Why the Cloud Cannot Obscure the Scientific Method
  233. Playing a video game? No, it's health therapy (Reuters)
  234. Bill Gates Chews Out Microsoft
  235. Blind Can Surf the Internet From Any computer, Anywhere
  236. ISPs still considering tracking Web use (AP)
  237. Security Matters: I've Seen the Future, and It Has a Kill Switch
  238. Road Warriors: Four Bluetooth Headsets Compared
  239. June 26, 1974: Supermarket Scanner Rings Up Historic Pack of Gum
  240. Google's Open Source Android OS Will Free the Wireless Web
  241. California Bans Talking While Driving, Sort Of
  242. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  243. Dell Launches Studio Laptop Line for Consumers (PC World)
  244. EU Plans to Slash Mobile Termination Fees Across Europe (PC World)
  245. Sony targets networked electronics, LCD TV crown (Reuters)
  246. Software Predicts Fate of Death Row Inmates
  247. Concept camera aims to shoot emotions
  248. Joss Stone: Piracy is Brilliant, Music Should be Shared
  249. Taser "Parties" Pitching Them To Women
  250. Shaolin Temple Launches E-commerce Site (PC World)