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  1. SoftRAID update stores backup header info (Macworld.com)
  2. Google Sued Over Apps E-mail Migration Tool (PC World)
  3. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  4. Leave no gadget uncharged
  5. Dual-display e-book reader lets you flip pages naturally
  6. Sony to start US movie service for PS3 (AP)
  7. Nintendo DS teaches English in school (AP)
  8. Sony aims for profitability in TV, games by March (AP)
  9. Sometimes 'Breaking' News Just Isn't Good Enough on Digg..
  10. Why I Still Use Windows Despite the Peer Pressure
  11. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  12. Scandinavian Scientists Designing Robotic Snakes
  13. Google Sued For Stealing Outlook Migration Tools
  14. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  15. BlackBerry makers' shares falter on outlook (AP)
  16. Google names Bell Canada exec as its new CFO (Reuters)
  17. China's mobile phone accounts reach 592 million (AP)
  18. Sweet deal: Companies and U.S. team up to map cocoa DNA (Reuters)
  19. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  20. RIM profit jumps, outlook underwhelms; stock drops (Reuters)
  21. Red Hat net profit rises, expects steady growth (Reuters)
  22. Oracle net profit jumps, but outlook cautious (Reuters)
  23. The World's 10 Dirtiest Cities
  24. Yahoo: Who's Leaving and Why
  25. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  26. Amazing Image Identification Demonstration
  27. Best Robot Love Stories, From Wall-E to Weird Science
  28. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  29. AI Could Power Next-gen CCTV Cameras
  30. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  31. Spielberg looks to direct film of '39 Clues' (Reuters)
  32. Rule the Blogosphere in 5 Easy Steps
  33. Broadcasters Playing Race Card of Sorts in AM-FM Royalty Flap
  34. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  35. Surprisingly Few People Collect On GTA Hot Coffee
  36. Oracle's tepid outlook eclipses stellar 4Q results (AP)
  37. Lawmakers disagree over defining online gambling (AP)
  38. Surprisingly Few People Collect On GTA Hot Coffee
  39. Yahoo confirms Google commitment, pans Microsoft (AP)
  40. Chrysler To Offer Wireless Internet In 2009 Models
  41. The B2 Bomber and 787 Have Kids. Check Out This Bad Boy[PIC]
  42. Hackers Crack London Tube's Ticketing System
  43. Netroots Nation Organizer Says McCain Welcome to Attend
  44. Hands-On: User-Gen Xbox Games Are Rough But Promising
  45. FCC Free Wireless Equals Censorship Technology Bonanza
  46. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  47. Children Concerned By Parents' Web Habits
  48. Prince Sues To Destroy All Copies of Tribute Album
  49. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  50. RIM says Q1 profit doubles to $482.5M, shares fall (AP)
  51. Power Consumption of a Typical PC While Gaming
  52. iPhone 2.0 Golden Master Could Hit this Friday
  53. Be quiet: the surveillance cameras might hear you
  54. Stoners Advocate Sparking Up Before Flights, Man
  55. Clive Thompson on How Email Bots Can Deal With Your Overstuffed Inbox
  56. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  57. Get More Clicks in the New World of Universal Search (PC World)
  58. At $10, T-Mobile Turns Home VoIP Into a Loss Leader (NewsFactor)
  59. The (Baltimore) Sun to cut 100 jobs (AP)
  60. Researchers Demo Flippable-Page E-book Reader
  61. Oracle 4Q earnings rise 27 percent to $2.04B (AP)
  62. ISPs still considering tracking Web use (AP)
  63. Review: Strong, innovative Web browsers emerge (AP)
  64. Internet panel explores sweeping new domain rules (AP)
  65. Red Hat profit climbs almost 7 pct in 1Q 2009 (AP)
  66. Oracle 4th-qtr net jumps on strong revenue (Reuters)
  67. Entertainment Weekly Bemoans Lack of Great Science Books
  68. Don’t Humiliate Yourself Complaining to The Pirate Bay
  69. Microsoft Delivers Long-Awaited Mac Open XML Converters
  70. All-Seeing Car Reads Road Signs For You
  71. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  72. Prescription for protecting online health records (AP)
  73. White House Refused To Open Unwelcome EPA E-Mail
  74. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  75. Military funds development of brainwave binoculars (AP)
  76. Your Server Room is officially in the crapper, almost
  77. Scientists find key fossil of primitive creature
  78. Report calls global warming a security threat
  79. Scientists: It Once Rained on Mars
  80. Pending FISA Spy Bill Redefines WMDs
  81. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  82. Wireless carrier tests eye controls for electronics (AP)
  83. Charter's Trials of NebuAd Halted
  84. Amnesty takes human trafficking issue to eBay (AFP)
  85. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  86. Rural New Mexico high school podcasts to students (AP)
  87. Openmoko's Open Source Phone Goes Mass-Market
  88. New Mapping Service goes where Google Maps/Street View Can't
  89. Microsoft, Yahoo Buyout Talks Back On
  90. Chrysler to turn vehicles into wireless hotspots (AP)
  91. Terminal Chaos
  92. Google Begat the End of the Scientific Method?
  93. Google Sued for $1B Over Outlook Migration Tool
  94. Bjarne Stroustrup Reveals All On C++
  95. Dodd, Feingold To Try and Filibuster Immunity Bill
  96. BREAKING: Amazon Invests In Twitter
  97. Ancient impact may explain Mars mystery
  98. Internet eyes possible '.sex' bidding war
  99. Census of sea creatures finds many aliases
  100. 'Green' casinos conserve energy, profits
  101. Interactive Advertising's Coming Out Party
  102. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  103. Subsidy Puts Apple's iPhone Margin Above 50 Percent (NewsFactor)
  104. Windows Price Ruling Not Enough, Says French Consumer Group (PC World)
  105. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  106. Bangkok offers 15,000 free Wi-Fi spots (AFP)
  107. Lost the Remote? Use Your Face
  108. Google Begat the End of the Scientific Method?
  109. Pornographer Uses Google to Argue 'Everybody Does It' (NewsFactor)
  110. Progress Buys Iona for SOA Wares (PC World)
  111. How Facebook Stores Billions of Photos
  112. T-Mobile launches wireless home phone service (Reuters)
  113. Nintendo owners get their chance to rock out (AP)
  114. Survey: More car buyers weighing hybrids
  115. Airline tests in-flight Web access
  116. Group urges caution on biofuel boom
  117. Workplaces to see more spats over after-hours work (Reuters)
  118. Google Sued for $1B Over Outlook Migration Tool
  119. Charter drops Web tracking plans (AP)
  120. Bjarne Stroustrup Reveals All On C++
  121. Technology: It's Where the Jobs Are
  122. More real-time quotes on Google Finance
  123. T-Mobile Rolls Out Broadband/Landline Service
  124. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  125. Dodd, Feingold To Try and Filibuster Immunity Bill
  126. 'Shape-shifting skyscraper' unveiled
  127. Internet-based care aids blood pressure control (Reuters)
  128. More states say cellphones and driving don't mix (USATODAY.com)
  129. Sun Spokesman Says "We Screwed Up On Open Source"
  130. Why We'll Never Have Full Conversations w/ Robots
  131. Freeverse offers Jeopardy! Deluxe, Wheel of Fortune Deluxe (Macworld.com)
  132. When Is a Self-Signed SSL Certificate Acceptable?
  133. NTT to Impose Broadband Upload Limits (PC World)
  134. Meet the iPod Doctor: He Makes House Calls
  135. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  136. Nokia plays catch up in Japan cellphone market (Reuters)
  137. Full Text: An Epic E-mail Rant by Bill Gates
  138. Gmail to Support Million-plus Student Users
  139. Google, Yahoo Lead Asia Search (PC World)
  140. Two Trojans For Mac OS X
  141. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  142. Vodafone India Pre-registering Customers for IPhone 3G (PC World)
  143. Charter suspends ad program over privacy fears (Reuters)
  144. Senate Hearing On Laptop Seizures At US Border
  145. Ad-funded mobile firm to enter 3 European markets (Reuters)
  146. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Earth to Aliens -- We're a Bunch of Dorks
  147. June 25, 1867: Barbed Wire -- the Beta Version
  148. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  149. T-Mobile goes nationwide with landline service (AP)
  150. No XP Reprieve; Windows 7 Release Set
  151. Announcing the "Internet for Everyone" campaign
  152. FBI Arrests Six More in Citibank ATM Heists
  153. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  154. New 3G IPhone Costs $173 to Make: ISuppli (PC World)
  155. Genetic Testing Company Details Regulatory Defense Plan
  156. Virgin Mobile USA to buy SK Telecom's U.S. unit: report (Reuters)
  157. When major stories break, Google News dawdles
  158. Nokia buys Symbian!
  159. FBI Visits Leaker of Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy
  160. By Open Sourcing Symbian, Nokia Kicks Off the Mobile Age
  161. Review: Nokia E66 Is Business up Front, Party in the Back
  162. Remote Access to Home Media Extends to Phones (PC World)
  163. HP, Hitachi Boost Blade Server Offerings (PC World)
  164. Higher Oil Prices Are Starting To Bring Jobs Home
  165. architecture....
  166. MICROSOFT: Open Source is a Bigger Threat than Google
  167. Ferrari Building a Smaller, Lighter, Quicker Enzo
  168. How to Throw a Perfect High-Five
  169. Get Started With REST
  170. Inside the MPAA's Understanding of Copyright Infringement
  171. Cheating Fans Give Avril Lavigne a YouTube Lift
  172. FCC Dealt Setback In BPL Push
  173. Meet the iPod doctor: He makes house calls
  174. Symbian Shifts Mobile World to Open Source (PC World)
  175. KDE 4.1 Beta 2 Released!
  176. 5 Reasons Android Might Deliver Where iPhone Won't
  177. Google Introduces Tool for Planning Online Ad Campaigns (PC World)
  178. Cool/Weird Stuff To Do On a Cluster?
  179. RFID Tags Can Interfere With Medical Devices
  180. Google helps advertisers figure out website demographics (AFP)
  181. Six Crazy Concept Bikes You'll Never Ride
  182. Debate Over New Top-level Domains Drags on (PC World)
  183. Virgin Mobile Offers Unlimited Pay-As-You-Go Plans (NewsFactor)
  184. Microsoft Extends Support for Windows XP To 13 Years (NewsFactor)
  185. Real-World Firefox 3 Memory Usage Leads the Field
  186. The High-Tech Job Capital Is…The Big Apple?
  187. After Steve Jobs: Apple's next CEO
  188. Tech curiosities from Computex 2008
  189. How to prevent a data disaster
  190. The mini laptops of summer
  191. The world's most expensive cell phones
  192. Robots of war
  193. Wireless hospitals systems can disrupt med devices (AP)
  194. Greener Jet Engine Could Reduce Aviation's Carbon Footprint
  195. Real Snail Mail
  196. How to Save Mac OS X From Malware
  197. Charter Freezes Web Eavesdropping Plan
  198. Hackers Crack London Tube's Ticketing System
  199. Microsoft/Yahoo Takeover Talks On Again
  200. Analysts: New Apple iPhone will cost $173 to make (AP)
  201. Internet-based care aids blood pressure control (Reuters)
  202. How Will AT&T React After Nokia's Symbian Buy? (PC Magazine)
  203. Review: Despite glitches, 'Conan' excites
  204. Coalition seeks federal nudge for broadband (AP)
  205. Group Says Google a Top Source of Badware (PC World)
  206. Artist/Astronomer Exhibits Photos Of Spy Satellites
  207. Oh, the irony!!
  208. Petabyte Age: More Isn't Just More -- More Is Different
  209. First US Offshore Wind Power Park In Delaware
  210. New Grads Shun IT Jobs As "Boring"
  211. Nokia bids for software group Symbian (AFP)
  212. 'Guitar Hero' for the Blind and for the Wii
  213. Are Internet Genetic Testing Services Really Illegal?
  214. Yahoo stock rebounds on reports of Microsoft talks (AP)
  215. American Airlines set to test in-flight Web access (AP)
  216. Microsoft said slow to fix document glitches (Reuters)
  217. Lego Secret Vault Contains All Sets In History
  218. Kodak to buy back $1 billion in shares (AP)
  219. Clues from Homer classic help date 'Odyssey'
  220. Nokia Buys Up Symbian, Sets It Free
  221. Microsoft, Yahoo buyout talks reportedly back on (Reuters)
  222. Huge Traffic On Wikipedia's Non-Profit Budget
  223. Whatever Happened to Artificial Intelligence?
  224. Preview: CNET's new, improved look
  225. Singaporeans biggest online spenders: survey (AFP)
  226. Nokia Buys Symbian as Mobile-Phone War Escalates (NewsFactor)
  227. New Grads Shun IT Jobs As "Boring"
  228. LGP To Introduce Game Copy Protection
  229. 'Climate prophet' issues new warning
  230. Straight-to-Web video camcorder easy to use
  231. AT&T to boost online content distribution (Reuters)
  232. Fastest-Ever Windows HPC Cluster
  233. Japan Imposes "Fine On Fat"
  234. Global Warming Scientist: 'This Is the Last Chance'
  235. Florida congressman defends giving borrowed speech (AP)
  236. Japan Imposes 'Fine On Fat'
  237. Android Phones Delayed
  238. New Trojan Leverages Unpatched Mac Flaw
  239. Facebook's Newest Friend? Visa
  240. Nokia to buy rest of Symbian, free its software (AP)
  241. European 3G subscriptions seen topping 100 million (Reuters)
  242. Google Trends vs. Community Standards On Obscenity
  243. Attack Of The iPhone Killers
  244. What!! Google Hits a Setback, No Way
  245. Up close with the beautiful and creepy-crawly
  246. Visa launches Facebook marketing drive
  247. SEC eyes new rules to limit credit ratings' role: WSJ (AFP)
  248. Nokia to Acquire and Open Source Symbian
  249. Mobile phone battery dead? Try dancing (Reuters)
  250. Wanted: Mad Scientist