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  1. 'Bad Company' not an elite squad, but still finds the target (USATODAY.com)
  2. Cellphone security seen as profit frontier (USATODAY.com)
  3. Man Selling His Life On eBay
  4. Lack of Sunlight Could Lead To Early Death
  5. Wine Llibrary TV joins Revision3
  6. $1B Market for Meddling With DNS Poses Security Problem (PC World)
  7. Google Abandons the Gmail Name In Germany
  8. Virgin Mobile introduces unlimited calling plan (AP)
  9. Marshall Islands email paralysed by 'zombie' attack (AFP)
  10. ECS Signs Netbook Deals With European Mobile Operators (PC World)
  11. Forbes: Is Microsoft Better Off Without Gates?
  12. SCOTUS To Hear Small ISPs' Case Against AT&T
  13. Nokia to buy UK's Symbian, open software for use (Reuters)
  14. The Thin Laptop Wars
  15. Fewer Pursuing Tech Degrees
  16. Virgin’s Awesome Digg Swarm Clone
  17. 'Shake Up' For Internet Proposed
  18. Lack of Sunlight Could Lead To Early Death
  19. Lego Secret Vault Contains All Sets In History (VIDEO)
  20. Indie video game designers finally break through!
  21. Virgin Mobile introduces unlimited calling plan (AP)
  22. Visa business network boosts Facebook's ad efforts (AP)
  23. FCC Moves Forward With Free Wireless Plan (TechWeb)
  24. Kernel Builders Appeal For Open Source Drivers
  25. Linux Developers: It's Time To Open Source All Device Drivers (TechWeb)
  26. Watching the Skies: Space Is Really Big — But Not Too Big to Map
  27. The Petabyte Age: Because More Isn't Just More — More Is Different
  28. The End of Theory: The Data Deluge Makes the Scientific Method Obsolete
  29. Feeding the Masses: Data In, Crop Predictions Out
  30. Visa business network boosts Facebook's ad efforts (AP)
  31. Virgin Mobile introduces unlimited calling plan (AP)
  32. A Hippocratic Oath For Scientists
  33. 25 Beautiful Fantasy Photoshop Tutorials
  34. Cutting-Edge AI Projects?
  35. Washington Post Executive Editor to retire (Reuters)
  36. 'Futurama: The Beast With a Billion Backs' Ramps Up the Raunch
  37. 'Clank,' 'Hot Shots' keep PSP humming (AP)
  38. Start-up sues Google over e-mail switching tool (Reuters)
  39. June 24, 1947: They Came From ... Outer Space?
  40. Gallery: Surreal to Sublime, Wired.com Readers' Geekiest ASCII Art
  41. Save Money, Go Adventuring With Japanese RPG Piggy Bank
  42. Lenovo to Offer New ThinkPad Line for SMBs (PC World)
  43. Sharp’s 108” LCD TV on sale for $185,000
  44. IHT Web site merging with NY Times foreign coverage (Reuters)
  45. Recording Industry Decries AM-FM Broadcasting as 'A Form of Piracy'
  46. Five undisclosed features of Apple's Mac OS X Snow Leopard
  47. Tricks to improve your Gmail experience
  48. Broadcom exec pleads guilty to lying to SEC (AP)
  49. Prior Art In Barracuda-Trend Micro Lawsuit
  50. Google Abandons the Gmail Name In Germany
  51. MPAA: Actual P2P Distribution often "impossible" to prove
  52. Brendan Eich Discusses the Future of JavaScript
  53. Living the Well-Connected Life (PC World)
  54. Google to offer audience measures for advertisers (Reuters)
  55. Nation's Spies Say Climate Change Could Spark War
  56. DNA Testing Company Stops Internet Sales in California
  57. Beta Watch (PC World)
  58. Bizarre Properties of Glass Allow Creation of "Metallic Glass"
  59. 'Clank,' 'Hot Shots' keep PSP humming (AP)
  60. Study Calls for 1G Broadband in US (PC World)
  61. Managed Objects Adds 'Facebook' Twist to CMDB (PC World)
  62. What Does It Mean To Be an Open Source Author?
  63. ABC Joins Rush To the New World of Internet Videos (NewsFactor)
  64. Nokia Acquires Social-Networking Site Plazes (NewsFactor)
  65. Android Phones Delayed
  66. Delaware to get offshore wind power park
  67. Android Phones Delayed
  68. Submit Your Best UFO Pics
  69. Supreme Court to Hear AT&T Antitrust Case (PC World)
  70. Xerox Launches Two One-Touch Scanners (PC Magazine)
  71. Tru64 Unix Advanced File System (AdvFS) Now GPL
  72. What Privacy Policy?
  73. 'Working Poor Finder' Helps Predatory Lenders (PC World)
  74. Broadcom co-founder agrees to admit lying to SEC (AP)
  75. Motorola falls on downgrades, market share worries (Reuters)
  76. Linux Kernel Developers: Say No to Closed-source Modules (PC World)
  77. The Beginnings of a TLD Free-For-All?
  78. Online home values can be wrong
  79. Report: Beatles Eye 'Rock Band,' 'Guitar Hero'
  80. Comcast's Fandango acquires Movies.com from Disney (AP)
  81. The Principles of Project Management
  82. Study: Few Phone Buyers Purchase Accessories (PC Magazine)
  83. 'Star Wars' Lightsaber Duels Coming to the Wii (PC Magazine)
  84. DOJ To Oversee Windows 7 Development
  85. Stop – Or I’ll Use The Pain Ray
  86. Dr Who Dalek Custom Security Cam
  87. Whatever Happened To AI?
  88. New Mac Trojan Disables Security, Steals Passwords (NewsFactor)
  89. Twitter As a Campaigning Tool
  90. Using podcasts, school offers lectures to go
  91. China embraces Brave New World of buildings
  92. Stars, relatives honor special-effects wizard
  93. Review: 'Bourne Conspiracy' is exhilarating
  94. Solar panels help family slash energy bills
  95. Romenesko and the Dawning of Fact-Free Journalism
  96. Court agrees to review suit against AT&T (AP)
  97. MySpace's Melting Makes Murdoch Mad
  98. Softbank to sell iPhone for $215 in Japan (AP)
  99. Google Trends for Web Sites Analyzes Traffic Information (NewsFactor)
  100. Oracle Makes Another Insurance Software Buy (PC World)
  101. Bell Canada Ordered To Justify Traffic-Shaping Practices
  102. First Image of Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
  103. EFF attacks foundation of entire RIAA lawsuit campaign
  104. Toshiba Unveils Laptop With Cell-derived Chip
  105. Softbank to sell iPhone for $215 in Japan (AP)
  106. New internet domain names in 2009: ICANN (AFP)
  107. Oracle Makes Another Insurance Software Buy (PC World)
  108. Bell Canada Ordered To Justify Traffic-Shaping Practices
  109. First Image of Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
  110. EFF attacks foundation of entire RIAA lawsuit campaign
  111. Toshiba Unveils Laptop With Cell-derived Chip
  112. Indie video game designers break through
  113. Review: 'Bourne Conspiracy' is exhilarating
  114. Solar panels help family slash energy bills
  115. Indie video game designers break through
  116. Rackable Systems Unveils High-density Servers (PC World)
  117. Holographic Mobile Devices by 2010 (or sooner!)
  118. George Carlin Dies at 71
  119. Why the LHC Won't Destroy the World
  120. George Carlin Dead of Heart Failure
  121. Comcast ads are misleading consumers about FiOS
  122. NBC service will show Olympic events via computer (AP)
  123. Multiple Security Holes In Ruby 1.8, 1.9
  124. Bulgaria moves to register Cyrillic Internet domain (Reuters)
  125. Forbes : Hating Your Cellphone Company
  126. June 23, 1983: DNS Test Sets Stage for Internet Growth
  127. Google's Cutts: Good directions drive traffic to your website (USATODAY.com)
  128. Hazard of old mobile phones under spotlight at UN meet (AFP)
  129. Logo Design Studio Pro improves SVG support (Macworld.com)
  130. Sun's Java Will Be Free This Year
  131. Researchers build Robot that Can Replicate Itself
  132. Nokia buys social networking site Plazes (Reuters)
  133. Toshiba Unveils Laptop With Cell-derived Chip (PC World)
  134. Motorola, Kodak Launch 5-megapixel ZN5 Handset (PC World)
  135. Afghan Wireless, Roshan Hit 2 Million Subscribers Each (PC World)
  136. Male Geeks Finally Get Robot Girlfriends
  137. June 23, 1983: DNS Test Sets Stage for Internet Growth
  138. Regulatory Deadline Looms over DNA Testers
  139. Multitasking Considered Detrimental
  140. Google has best reputation in U.S., airlines fall: survey (Reuters)
  141. Google's mobile phone plans hit delays: report (Reuters)
  142. A social network for Douchebags? [PIC]
  143. Report: Google Faces Android Handset Delays (PC World)
  144. Car security gadget works - suspect in auto theft arrested
  145. Wired: Samsung Instinct Gives iPhone a Run for Its Money
  146. Chrysler Brings 'Infobahn' to Autobahn
  147. Panasonic to Launch Toughbook Mini Tablet This Week (PC World)
  148. ICANN Asked To Shut Down "Worst" Chinese Registrar
  149. Security Flaws Discovered in Firefox 3.0
  150. The Life and Times of Buckminster Fuller
  151. Console Makers Open Doors to Indie Game Designers
  152. Can extreme life survive on Mars?
  153. Wow! 10 Awesome Interactive Websites
  154. The Pirate Bay Pledges ISPs to Block Sweden
  155. Brain Drainer Puts Audience to Sleep With Music
  156. Water Ice On Mars
  157. Ultra HD Video Means 10 Million Pixels
  158. 49% Say Government Should Regulate Internet
  159. Non-Compete Pacts Called Bad For Tech Innovation
  160. Snow Leopard screenshots emerge
  161. Console makers embrace indie game developers (AP)
  162. Georgia's New State Health Plan Is Google
  163. 'Cinematic Titanic' Makes Hot Hollywood Debut
  164. Atari Tries To Supress Bad Reviews, Claims Piracy
  165. 92 More Must See Creative Photographs
  166. NASA Hopes for Microbe-Friendly Mars
  167. Harvard Docs Uncover New Clue in Alzheimer's Battle
  168. Galaxy Zoo Produces a Rare Specimen
  169. Digg c. 1995
  170. Mother of all LEGO sets: 750,000 LEGO Kennedy Space Center
  171. GlaxoSmithKline Goes Open Source on Cancer Info
  172. NASA Launches Satellite To Monitor Oceans
  173. How To Tell Who's Diggin' Your Stuff?
  174. Blogger Launches 'Google Bomb' At McCain
  175. 5 Ways to Screencast Your Linux Desktop
  176. SSL Encryption Coming To The Pirate Bay
  177. TV and Movies On YouTube?
  178. Nearly Half of IT Workers Snoop in Confidential Files
  179. Fingerprints Recoverable From Cleaned Metal
  180. Return of the '70s Microsoft Weirdos
  181. Enforcing the GPL On Software Companies?
  182. Goog-411 finds way to Canada
  183. Let's Hear It For The Vague Blur!
  184. MIT Students Develop Revolutionary Solar Dish
  185. Logo Design Studio Pro improves SVG support (Macworld.com)
  186. Montreal's Public Bikes To Use Web, RFID, Solar
  187. IsoHunt adds 10.000 Free and Legal Albums
  188. Skype for Linux: Where's the R-E-S-P-E-C-T?
  189. SKorea ponders closer watch on web after surge of protests (AFP)
  190. Speed Sticks: Three Wireless USB Modems Reviewed (TechWeb)
  191. Twilight Hack Defeats Wii Menu Update 3.3
  192. Internet-savvy voters shake up US presidential election (AFP)
  193. A Cautionary Tale of Open Source Social Technologies
  194. 'Modern' Computers Turn 60 Years Old
  195. Super Antennas, Made From Invisible Stuff
  196. Scientists: Did Ice on Mars Ever Melt?
  197. Digital Models Not Subject To Copyright
  198. Critics Blast Pending Clean Air Rule
  199. Microcontrollers Made Easy for Hardware Hackers
  200. Reverse Graffiti: Clean Street Art Hits San Francisco!
  201. DIY Solar Resources?
  202. Safari "Carpet Bomb" Attack Still a Risk
  203. Sandvine CEO Says Internet Monitoring a Necessity
  204. Rare Bill Gates Photos, Narrated by Bill Gates
  205. Pasture of Muppets: Inside the Metallica Reviews Scandal
  206. Scientists: Did Ice on Mars Ever Melt?
  207. Hotmail Full Version Incompatible With Firefox 3
  208. MPAA Says It Doesn’t Need Evidence to Convict Pirates
  209. Hotmail Full Version Incompatible With Firefox 3
  210. MPAA Says It Doesn’t Need Evidence to Convict Pirates
  211. House Votes For Telco Immunity; Obama Will Support?
  212. nVidia turning it's GPU's into "PhysX Physics Processors"
  213. Video: Teen Brutally Beats Bus Passenger for iPhone
  214. Studies Confirm That Bad Boys Get More Girls
  215. Building the Green Data Center
  216. The Light Side Of Linux
  217. 'Modern' Computers Turn 60 Years Old
  218. O'Reilly To Release DRM-free Ebooks In July
  219. Internal Comcast Powerpoint Shows They Know They Suck
  220. Student Faces 38 Years In Prison For Hacking Grades
  221. Stephen Hawking Turned Down Knighthood
  222. ISPs experimenting with new P2P control methods
  223. And the fastest browser is...
  224. Cable ads attacking Verizon confuse consumers (AP)
  225. Law Profs File Friend-of-Court Brief Against RIAA
  226. N.M. school tries to reach students via podcast (AP)
  227. ISPs Experimenting With New P2P Controls
  228. Forbes has launched a Digg channel, and Digg widgets
  229. What RSS Feeds Do You Use?
  230. Google Launches New Space Race To The Moon
  231. Dell Offers Out Of Warranty Sex Chat
  232. Logo Design Studio Pro improves SVG support (Macworld.com)
  233. Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars
  234. US House Approves Over $300 Million For Science Agencies
  235. Seven Disappointing Things About the iPhone
  236. Ballmer's plan: forget Yahoo, let's go back to the future
  237. Reports: Demonoid Blocking Countries
  238. New technique to optimize computer speed
  239. Mac-Clone Maker Sets Sights On Apple Xserve (TechWeb)
  240. Delta Airlines Tests Cell Phone Boarding Pass (TechWeb)
  241. Employee Text Messages Private, Court Rules (TechWeb)
  242. Microsoft Reissues Critical Security Fix For Windows XP (TechWeb)
  243. Data Warehouse Alternatives Make a Hit in India and Europe (TechWeb)
  244. Video: Watch Fire Researchers Torch Homes, Offices and Warehouses
  245. Photographer Documents Secret Satellites -- All 189 of Them
  246. How to Snap Killer Candids
  247. Review: 'Descent' Delivers Simple, Dungeon-Crawling Fun
  248. Comparing Firefox 3 With Opera 9.5 On Linux
  249. First look: OpenSUSE 11 out, offers best KDE 4 experience
  250. Building a Refrigerator For Your Laptop