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  1. Doubts Over Intel's WiMAX Service Pricing Claim
  2. Court: Bosses shouldn't read SMS or e-mail without your OK
  3. NVIDIA To Enable PhysX For Full Line of GPUs
  4. Google Trends Adds Site Comparison Feature
  5. Mars Ice FAQ: How Do You Know It's Water?
  6. Canadian court allows largest ever leveraged buyout (AP)
  7. Microsoft Security Fix Clobbers 2 Million Password Stealers (PC World)
  8. ISPs Experimenting With New P2P Controls
  9. Apple announces ZFS on Snow Leopard
  10. Citibank Replaces Some ATM Cards After Online PIN Heist
  11. Spoof Yahoo Resignation Letter Lets You Tell 'Em
  12. Oh Hai! Icahn Haz a Blog? LOLWUT?
  13. Light-Emitting Particles Yield Faster Computing
  14. Questioning search engines about integrity
  15. Ashley Highfield, BBC executive, Reviews Ubuntu
  16. Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $500M for patents (AP)
  17. Clarinet Wins Robotic Orchestra Competition
  18. Canadian court lets pension fund buy Bell Canada (AP)
  19. AP, blogger resolve dispute over copyright (AP)
  20. Free Internet is part of new FCC airwaves auction (Reuters)
  21. FCC Extends Date For Sprint Wireless Channel Swap (NewsFactor)
  22. ICANN to Add Anti Front Running Charge?
  23. Nine Copyright Professors Tell Judge to Rethink RIAA Case
  24. MPAA Says No Proof Needed in Copyright Infringement Lawsuits
  25. Review: Samsung Instinct Gives iPhone a Run for Its Money
  26. Bloomberg urges Jews to reject false rumors against Obama (AFP)
  27. Best Way To Store Digital Video For 20 Years
  28. Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security
  29. $500 for 5 feet of Ethernet cable?
  30. House Grants Telecom Amnesty, Expands Spying Powers
  31. Hurry Up and Wait for Clean Jet Fuel
  32. Supercomputing Power Hits the Desktop, Minus the Software
  33. Cable ads attacking Verizon confuse consumers (AP)
  34. Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars
  35. Logo Design Studio Pro improves SVG support (Macworld.com)
  36. Fastest-Ever Flashgun Captures Image of Light Wave
  37. Linux and Sex: Debunking the Myth
  38. It Gets Worse For Yahoo: Delicious Founder Leaving
  39. ArsTechnica: AT&T subsidizing $325 of every iPhone
  40. For gas savings think gpm, not mpg
  41. Airports Slowly Greening Up
  42. iTunes Store Dominates Music, and Movies May Be Next (NewsFactor)
  43. Bill Gates Reveals Secret of Microsoft's Success
  44. Microsoft executive lashes out at Yahoo-Google deal (Reuters)
  45. FISA Bill Vote Today, With Telco Immunity
  46. All new Compiz Fusion Window Switcher: Stackswitch!
  47. As Executives Leave, Yahoo Considers a Reorganization (NewsFactor)
  48. Gadgets for grown-ups next big thing in greying Japan (AFP)
  49. Red Hat Open-Sources RHN As "Spacewalk"
  50. 3 More Yahoo Execs Reportedly Jumping Ship
  51. Vodafone to challenge India tax change in court (Reuters)
  52. Mark Zuckerberg, Inventor
  53. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  54. fring Releases Open API!!!
  55. The Twitter Hall of Shame: 50 Historic Tweets
  56. Mundaneum Museum Honors the First World Wide Web Concept
  57. Home theater projector impresses
  58. 3 More Yahoo Execs Reportedly Jumping Ship
  59. Vodafone to challenge India tax change in court (Reuters)
  60. Mark Zuckerberg, Inventor
  61. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  62. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  63. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  64. fring Releases Open API!!!
  65. The Twitter Hall of Shame: 50 Historic Tweets
  66. Mundaneum Museum Honors the First World Wide Web Concept
  67. Home theater projector impresses
  68. Vodafone to challenge India tax change in court (Reuters)
  69. Mark Zuckerberg, Inventor
  70. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  71. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  72. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  73. fring Releases Open API!!!
  74. The Twitter Hall of Shame: 50 Historic Tweets
  75. Mundaneum Museum Honors the First World Wide Web Concept
  76. Home theater projector impresses
  77. 3 More Yahoo Execs Reportedly Jumping Ship
  78. Vodafone to challenge India tax change in court (Reuters)
  79. Mark Zuckerberg, Inventor
  80. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  81. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  82. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  83. fring Releases Open API!!!
  84. The Twitter Hall of Shame: 50 Historic Tweets
  85. Mundaneum Museum Honors the First World Wide Web Concept
  86. Home theater projector impresses
  87. Vodafone to challenge India tax change in court (Reuters)
  88. 3 More Yahoo Execs Reportedly Jumping Ship
  89. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  90. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  91. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  92. The Twitter Hall of Shame: 50 Historic Tweets
  93. Mundaneum Museum Honors the First World Wide Web Concept
  94. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  95. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  96. Why Global Hackers Are Nearly Impossible to Catch
  97. Why the iPhone Wannabes Just Don't Cut It
  98. Google Docs Offline :Get your documents whenever, wherever
  99. 3800-Piece Death Star Diorama Is Coolest Star Wars Lego Ever
  100. Online Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Housing Bill
  101. AFP launches mobile news, multimedia service (AFP)
  102. Wi-Lan files litigation against three firms (Reuters)
  103. Dutch Launch Open-source Smart Card Software Project (PC World)
  104. Via Debuts Mini-ITX 2.0
  105. Google launches new space race to the moon
  106. Mars lander finds bits of ice, scientists say
  107. Guerrilla gardeners reclaim urban turf
  108. EU to tear down cross-border Web shopping barriers (Reuters)
  109. Yahoo's turmoil spreads as its top executives flee (USATODAY.com)
  110. "Augmented Reality" application developed for Google Android
  111. UK Games Industry Over the Hill?
  112. Who Would Kick Ass: Digg vs. Reddit
  113. China's censorship of Web unacceptable: EU (Reuters)
  114. Microsoft rules out slew of Internet buys - report (Reuters)
  115. SecureMac discovers Trojan horse targeted at Mac OS X (Macworld.com)
  116. Internet Pirates In France To Lose Broadband
  117. Firefox 3 mentioned on the Colbert Report
  118. Java is finally Free and Open! GPL Compatible.
  119. What do you do on the Internet, President Hu? (Reuters)
  120. Sex Drive: Boyfriend X Misses the Mark
  121. June 20, 1840: A Simple Matter of Dots and Dashes
  122. How to Make a Presentation Like Al Gore
  123. Gallery: Mechanical Marvels Hide in Plain Sight
  124. Gallery: Auto Test Tracks Revealed From Above
  125. Watch superheros fight evil -- on your mobile phone (Reuters)
  126. Red Hat To Embed Hypervisor In Linux, Add Management Capabilities (TechWeb)
  127. China Says There's No Antitrust Probe On Microsoft
  128. Swedes To Be Wiretapped, Despite Protests
  129. Wikipedia's Content Ripped Off More Egregiously Than Usual
  130. 3 more Yahoo execs reportedly jumping ship (AP)
  131. Probable Water Ice Sighted On Mars
  132. Yahoo planning reorganization: report (Reuters)
  133. Phoenix Lander Finds Water Ice on Mars
  134. Text-message ruling could change corporate policies (AP)
  135. Bloggers Get Obama Accuser Hauled Off in Handcuffs
  136. Carbon Footprint Be Damned, the Cannonball Run Is Back
  137. Paris Hilton Parody Curbs 'WoW' Gold Inflation
  138. PS3 Pluses, Broadband Caps, Yahoo News (PC World)
  139. AsiaInfo Rings Up Growth In China (Investor's Business Daily)
  140. Nokia's Cellphone Anthropologist
  141. Drupal's Creator Envisions Web Publishing's Plug-and-Play Future
  142. 3 more Yahoo execs reportedly jumping ship (AP)
  143. AMD's New Card Supports Linux From the Get-Go
  144. Darpa Chief Slams Pentagon's 'No Accountability' Money Men
  145. A Day After 'Launch,' Major-Label Tunes Scarce on Qtrax
  146. Search Wars: Yahoo, Google Inch Up in May, Microsoft Slides (PC World)
  147. Arm to Duel With Intel in the Server Space (PC World)
  148. Wikipedia's Content Ripped Off More Egregiously Than Usual
  149. Trees' Leaves Grow At a Cool 70° All Over the World
  150. Galactic Empire Cloning Stormtroopers in Lego Factory
  151. Announcing openSUSE 11.0 GM
  152. Unhappy Yahoo shareholder reaches out to Microsoft (AP)
  153. Telcos demand greener network equipment (Reuters)
  154. "Political Machine" puts you running for president (Reuters)
  155. Wikipedia's Content Ripped Off More Egregiously Than Usual
  156. Dems Agree to Expand Domestic Spying, Grant Telecoms Amnesty
  157. Downloads From Apple's iTunes Store Top Five Billion (NewsFactor)
  158. The Mobile Revolution's Hidden Cost (PC World)
  159. Competition Looms as Verizon, Comcast Boost Services (NewsFactor)
  160. Firefox 3 Vulnerability Rains on Mozilla Download Parade (NewsFactor)
  161. Chinese Agency Denies Microsoft Monopoly Investigation (NewsFactor)
  162. Revitalizing an Aging Notebook On the Cheap
  163. 5 Storage Technologies We Won't Miss
  164. MetroFi ending Wi-Fi service in Calif., Ore., Ill. (AP)
  165. Comcast, Big Ten sign carriage deal (Reuters)
  166. Microsoft's Critical Bluetooth Patch Didn't Work on XP (PC World)
  167. New FISA Bill Would Grant Telcoms Immunity; Vote Is Tomorrow
  168. Son of "Godfather" author sues over video game (Reuters)
  169. Tron Guy Takes Flight in Custom-Designed Aircraft
  170. Hybrid in Limbo, Porsche Builds a Diesel
  171. New FISA Bill Would Grant Telcoms Immunity; Vote Is Tomorrow
  172. New MYSPACE look launched today | Improved Profile & Video
  173. Facebook loses a top exec to venture capital firm (AP)
  174. Motorola shares hit 5-year low (AP)
  175. Safeguarding Data From Big Brother Sven?
  176. EBay to strengthen PayPal's anti-fraud provisions (AP)
  177. Review: Polaroid printer is pocketable, practical (AP)
  178. Facebook exec to join VC firm Benchmark Capital (Reuters)
  179. Red Hat Summit Panel: Who 'won' OOXML Battle? (PC World)
  180. Media watchdog urges Vietnam to release blogger (AFP)
  181. Hurdles seen blocking potential of mobile phone TV (AFP)
  182. IcedTea's OpenJDK Passes Java Test Compatibility Kit
  183. Top 10 Apps Worth Installing Adobe AIR For
  184. Man Gets Windows Vista to Work with Printer
  185. Hey, Einstein, How Smart Are You, Anyway?
  186. FCC lifts Sprint deadline to swap some channels (AP)
  187. Pentagon says its on trail of missing nuclear components: report (AFP)
  188. 1 In 3 Sysadmins Snoop On Colleagues
  189. Glitch delays Phoenix's work on Mars
  190. YouTube rolls out red carpet for indie films
  191. Zoom lens feels solid, but heavy
  192. Mass. shines in tech study, Calif. loses luster (AP)
  193. Lawmaker Barton queries Yahoo on Google deal (Reuters)
  194. "Intrepid" Supercomputer Fastest In the World
  195. Guide to DIY Wiretapping
  196. Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief
  197. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  198. Helping Some Students May Harm High Achievers
  199. Man Fired When Laptop Malware Downloaded Porn
  200. ITunes Music Store: Over Five Billion Songs Served
  201. 'Intrepid' Supercomputer Fastest In the World
  202. Guide to DIY Wiretapping
  203. Japan debuts 3-D TV
  204. Wimbledon's 'Hawk-Eye' scrutinized
  205. Federal Court Upholds Privacy Rights of Office Texters
  206. Ousted Air Force Secretary Looks Back in Cyber
  207. Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief
  208. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  209. China's Internet censorship getting worse: activist (AFP)
  210. Calling all Guitar Heroes to the conductor's stand (Reuters)
  211. Take-Two says reaches agreement with FTC (Reuters)
  212. "Curse of the Fuwa" fulfilled by Chinese floods (Reuters)
  213. OpenSUSE 11.0 Released
  214. Opera Software targets 48 pct growth in 2008 (Reuters)
  215. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  216. Man Fired When Laptop Malware Downloaded Porn
  217. Experts fight disease with weather forecasts
  218. Inside Microsoft's $550 Million Mega Data Centers
  219. How a forgotten Intel invention could revolutionize the CPU
  220. SF court protects privacy of work communications (AP)
  221. Yahoo Revives 'Rocketmail', Adds 'Ymail' To Expand E-Mail Pool
  222. Son of "Godfather" sues Paramount over video game (Reuters)
  223. Netflix To Eliminate Profiles Feature
  224. GOOGLE reports solid growth in slowing Economy | Ad Clicks
  225. The World’s Smallest Projector Coming to U.S. Next Year
  226. Firefox 3 browser is nifty and packed with handy features (USATODAY.com)
  227. USA lags on cellphones' marketing potential (USATODAY.com)
  228. Hacking is No Solution (PC Magazine)
  229. Sega, Hasbro unveil new dancing robot (AFP)
  230. Mozilla Hits Its Firefox 3 Download Goal.... and then some!
  231. Helping Some Students May Harm High Achievers
  232. China denies Microsoft monopoly reports (AP)
  233. Hands on With MSI's Wind Low-cost Laptop (PC World)
  234. June 19, 240 B.C.: The Earth Is Round, and It's This Big
  235. Experts Fight Disease With Climate Forecasts
  236. Yahoo delivers new free email addresses (AFP)
  237. Robotic Aircraft To Supply Troops
  238. Firefox 3 launch a success: 8 million downloads in 24 hours
  239. Telco CTOs see Web traffic growth as key challenge (Reuters)
  240. How To Clean Up Incorrect Geolocation Information?
  241. Google Suffers Outage On App-Hosting Platform (TechWeb)
  242. How To Clean Up Incorrect Geolocation Information
  243. Has Video Killed the Blogging Star?
  244. Yahoo addresses e-mail concerns with new domains (AP)
  245. YouTube opens screening room for indie filmmakers (AP)
  246. Venture capitalists bet LinkedIn worth $1 billion (AP)
  247. YouTube Shifts Strategy, Tries Long-Form Video
  248. Deep Fried Bytes 4: Scaling Large Web Sites with Joe Stump
  249. Study: Web use at work can be constructive
  250. Digital TV Foreshadows Erosion of Net Rights