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  1. NBC boosts sports stable with acquisition (Reuters)
  2. Adobe updates LiveCycle process automation (InfoWorld)
  3. AP Files 7 DMCA Takedowns Against Drudge Retort
  4. Google Coming to PlayStation Portable (PC World)
  5. China Mobile Signs $1B Wireless Deal With Alcatel-Lucent (PC World)
  6. alt.blocked: Verizon blocks access to whole USENET hierarchy
  7. Wired.com Photo Contest: Squares
  8. Why You Should Download Firefox 3 Right Now
  9. Webmonkey Picks: Top Firefox 3 Extensions
  10. Drudge Retort Episode Highlights 'Fair Use' Uncertainties
  11. Cancer Stem Cells Could Cause Tumors, Be Key to Cure
  12. Adobe outlook disappoints, shares fall (Reuters)
  13. Governments step up blogger arrests
  14. Apple's SproutCore, OSS Javascript-Based Web Apps
  15. Review: 'Political Machine 2008' Makes Politics Fun
  16. iPhone Economy: Application developers swarm to iPhone
  17. 15 Browser Add Ons. No One Knows Them All!
  18. Here’s Our New Policy On A.P. stories:They’re Banned
  19. Visual-Effects Pioneer Stan Winston Dead at 62
  20. Ex-CEO of Broadcom Pleads Not Guilty to 25 Charges
  21. UCITA By the Back Door
  22. Why women quit technology careers
  23. Astronomers Find Three Super-Earth Planets Near Barren Star
  24. Calif. cracks down on 13 genetic testing startups (AP)
  25. XP Deathwatch, T Minus 2 Weeks
  26. MySpace Wins Another Verdict Against Alleged Spammer
  27. Ex-CEO of Broadcom Pleads Not Guilty to 25 Charges
  28. Diesels Crush All Challengers at Le Mans
  29. AP to meet with blogging group to form guidelines (AP)
  30. R2-D2 Monitors Your Web Servers
  31. 2nd Gen Tesla: More Memory, Bandwidth, Processing Power
  32. 'The Happening': Science Fact or Science Fiction?
  33. Adobe Q2 Earnings Jump Like an Acrobat, Up 41 Percent
  34. Judges named to head Kozinski inquiry (AP)
  35. Video-game news: Xbox aims for role-playing fans (AP)
  36. IBM says it has 'no plans' to open-source DB2 database (InfoWorld)
  37. IBM, Partner Aim To Cut Solar-Cell Production Costs (NewsFactor)
  38. Computer Art For a CS Dept Office?
  39. 4 ATI GPUs = 25,000 Pentium Pro CPUs
  40. Apple, others license Klausner voicemail patents (Reuters)
  41. EU mobile phone users might have to pay to receive calls (AFP)
  42. Adobe profit rises with sales of creative programs (Reuters)
  43. Romans Used 20-Sided Dice Two Millennia Before D&D
  44. Cheap PC dongle for phone calls wins customers (AP)
  45. Adobe Q208 earnings jump 41 percent (AP)
  46. White House Wins Ruling On E-mail Records
  47. Bone-Headed IT Mistakes
  48. NVIDIA Dictates Advertised Video Card Pricing
  49. Ex-Broadcom CEO Pleads Not Guilty to Drug, Fraud Charges
  50. Scientists Link Brain Symmetry, Sexual Orientation
  51. Intel creates spin-off solar company for Hillsboro (AP)
  52. Metallica names new album "Death Magnetic" (Reuters)
  53. MySpace wins another verdict against alleged spammer (AP)
  54. Visualizing Open Source Contributions
  55. Mozilla prepares for Firefox 3 release and plans for 3.1
  56. 42 (More!) Unusually Brilliant Business Card Designs [PICS]
  57. Trio of Super-Earths Discovered
  58. Moody's boosts focus on online retail sales (Reuters)
  59. Do Women Write Better Code?
  60. Using CSS to Fix Anything: 20+ Common Bugs and Fixes
  61. Toyota hybrid battery outpaced by demand (AP)
  62. Credit-Crunch Angels: They're Still Out There
  63. Ex-CEO of Broadcom pleads not guilty to charges (AP)
  64. Social Web browser Flock out with new test version (AP)
  65. Perot launches Web site about government spending (AP)
  66. Hackerteen Volume 1: Internet Blackout
  67. McClatchy CEO sees no bottom for newspapers (Reuters)
  68. Voters Take Advantage of Internet to Get Unfiltered Data (NewsFactor)
  69. Nokia Unveils "World's Thinnest" QWERTY Smartphone
  70. Apple's open secret: SproutCore is Cocoa for the Web
  71. Samsung unveils touch-screen smart phone (AFP)
  72. Corporate Behemoth Keeps Ripping "Real"
  73. "Stop Trichet" web petition says no to rate hike (Reuters)
  74. EU Mobile Operators May Charge for Making and Getting Calls (PC World)
  75. Hands On With Nvidia's New GTX 280 Card
  76. IPhone Deploys Drone Squadron. Can Missiles Be Far Behind?
  77. Internet Suicide Case Goes to Federal Court
  78. The First (Physical) Site of the Internet
  79. WSJ: Samsung's Instinct Doesn't Ring True As an iPhone Clone
  80. Dinosaur mummy holds many secrets
  81. MySpace suicide case in federal court
  82. New iPhone not perfect, but there's lots to like
  83. 'New Urbanism' movement gains momentum
  84. Taking the Wii Controller to the Next Level
  85. Tin Whiskers — Fact Or Fiction?
  86. EBay to let outside software work inside its site (Reuters)
  87. Trending Low-Volume Google Searches with Gootrude
  88. Nokia unveils two new business phones (Reuters)
  89. Bezos Buries Patent Office in Paper
  90. FCC Chairman Supports Sirius/XM Merger
  91. RFID Robotic Chair Follows You Around For Constant Seating
  92. Honda rolls out hydrogen car
  93. Nolobe releases Iris image editor (Macworld.com)
  94. Do Women Write Better Code?
  95. Some employees buy own laptops, phones for work (USATODAY.com)
  96. T-Mobile to sell 3G iPhone from 1 euro in Germany (Reuters)
  97. GE Microbes Make Ersatz Crude Oil From Many Sources
  98. June's Coolest Gadgets (PC World)
  99. Plastics unite to make unexpected 'metal'
  100. Nuclear Warhead Blueprints On Smugglers' Computers
  101. Clash of the Titans Over USB 3.0 Specification Process
  102. Skype CEO reiterates has eBay's full support (Reuters)
  103. Microsoft Now Sponsor of Open Source Census (PC World)
  104. EBay to Open up Merchant Tool to Developers (PC World)
  105. IBM links with Japan's TOK to develop solar technology (Reuters)
  106. IE8 development: Microsoft should learn from Apple, Mozilla
  107. June 16, 1884: Roller Coasters -- A Technology With Plenty of Ups and Downs
  108. Gallery: The Coolest Coasters From Around the Globe
  109. Survey: Record Number of Americans Use Net for Politics
  110. App replay extended to Java (InfoWorld)
  111. Clash of the Titans Over USB 3.0 Specification Process
  112. Top 25 Photoshop Pictures of May 2008
  113. BitTorrent Users Refuse To Pay Copyright Fines
  114. Intel Shows Off Quake Wars, Ray Traced
  115. As if a knife wasn't deadly enough...
  116. The U.S. Governments Global Electronic Surveillance Network
  117. Intel Shows Off Quake Wars, Ray Traced
  118. Hands-Free Driving Laws Motivate Bluetooth Device Sales
  119. Should Government Aircraft Spray Chemicals on Residential Areas?
  120. Motorola Intros New Bluetooth Headset Ahead of Hands-Free Law
  121. Battlefield Earth: An Interview With The Dandy Warhols
  122. User Not Found, Email Drops Silently
  123. High gas prices boost interest in Segway scooters (AP)
  124. A 30-Picowatt Processor For Sensors
  125. Council bans 'anti-teen' gadget
  126. Study: Americans use Net to look beyond sound bite (AP)
  127. Tin Whiskers — Fact Or Fiction?
  128. Captain America Lands Titanic Casting Rumor
  129. Batmanime! Gotham Knight Merges Bruce Lee, Memento
  130. Net Neutrality vs. Technical Reality
  131. Charging by the Byte to Curb Internet Traffic
  132. Geohashing Meets an Angry Rancher With Firearms
  133. MediaDefender Goes Forward with P2P Marketing
  134. Early Look At ASUS Eee PC 901 With Intel Atom CPU
  135. BPI Defends Anti-File-Sharing Partnership With Virgin Media
  136. Advertisers gather in Cannes as tough times loom (Reuters)
  137. Verizon Cutting Access To Entire Alt.* Usenet Hierarchy
  138. Broadband Providers Cap Monthly Usage (PC World)
  139. Animated visualizations of major open-source projects
  140. Not Just for the Military Anymore, A Look at DIY UAV's
  141. Anti-Technology Technologies?
  142. Google Father's Day logo - 2008
  143. Nokia urges Linux developers to learn business
  144. Google To Develop ISP Throttling Detector
  145. MPAA Wants To Prevent Recording Movies On DVRs
  146. Google and Yahoo to Partner on IM (PC World)
  147. Darling Brothers, UK Indie Game Devs, Upgraded to CBE
  148. New Strategy in Tuberculosis Fight: Free Cell Minutes
  149. Bloggers Seek Professional Training From Journalists
  150. RIAA Says "Wanna Fight? It'll Cost You!"
  151. Don’t forget to be part of Firefox’s Download Day!
  152. HDTV Home Theater Summer Blockbusters (TechWeb)
  153. Westinghouse Commits to Green Plug's Universal A.C. Adapter
  154. Denon's $499 Ethernet Cable
  155. iPhone was Dugg. Way Dugg.
  156. Denon's $499 Ethernet Cable
  157. France's Citizens Expected to Help Build Internet Blacklist
  158. Long-Range Wireless Keyboard/Mouse?
  159. New Technology Brings Second Life and WoW to The iPhone
  160. Videotape Confusion Acquits R. Kelly in Child Porn Case
  161. Groundbreaking Solar Mission Faces Chilly Death
  162. Japanese Company Says Laws of Physics Don't Apply — to Cars
  163. The iPhone 3G FAQ
  164. Google To Develop ISP Throttling Detector
  165. The Red Team Wins
  166. Shuttle returns with 'beautiful landing'
  167. Oil Companies Get OK to Harass Polar Bears
  168. Yahoo Customers Pan Google Ad Deal
  169. 'I'm Voting Republican' Is Top of the Pops Online
  170. Japanese Company Says Laws of Physics Don't Apply — to Cars
  171. Japanese Company Says Laws of Physics Don't Apply — to Cars
  172. Google, Yahoo, and the Elephant In the Room
  173. How Nokia and Linux Can Live Together
  174. No teams here but UK tops internet users' poll (Reuters)
  175. Top 10 File Hosting Services
  176. Wine 1.0-rc5 released
  177. First Ethernet Switch In Space
  178. The Red Team Wins
  179. Google Browser Sync To Be Discontinued
  180. GLAST Reaches Orbit, Set To Begin Observations
  181. 2008 Underhanded C Contest Officially Open
  182. MTN says will pursue Reliance talks amid Ambani family feud (AFP)
  183. Does Google Hate America?
  184. AT&T: Termination Fees Ultimately A Great Deal for Consumers
  185. Pirate Tax Funds Pirate Album
  186. 2008 Web Design Trends
  187. Training helps bloggers hone professionalism (AP)
  188. Google grows stronger in Microsoft-Yahoo fallout (AP)
  189. UK's House of Lords Speaks To Voters Via YouTube, Blogs
  190. Linux vs. Microsoft: Who should be in our schools?
  191. Coolest Movie Metamorphoses, From Wolf Man to Hulk
  192. Coming To The iPhone: Enterprise Apps (TechWeb)
  193. Microsoft Loses Creative Force Behind Halo 3 Launch (TechWeb)
  194. Genetic Building Blocks Found In Meteorite
  195. UK police nicked by copyright cop for playing radio too loud
  196. Verizon to give discounts for landline-less bundles (AP)
  197. Microsoft Releases First Open XML SDK
  198. Trend Micro: Barracuda Suit Not About Open Source (PC World)
  199. Motorola to halve research labs (Reuters)
  200. Feds Scrape Together $30M for Plug-In Hybrids. That's All?
  201. Artifacts From the Future
  202. 'Obama Girl' Celebrates One Year Anniversary
  203. Wall Street Becoming a Linux Stronghold
  204. Internet Addiction To Be Added to Manual of Mental Disorders
  205. AP Targets Blog Excerpts With DMCA Notices
  206. 'Fat Guy Stuck in Internet' Spoofs 'Tron,' 'Star Wars'
  207. Gallery: Satellites Document War, Destruction From Outer Space
  208. Do Fear the Reaper: Readers Visualize Death Data
  209. The Microhoo Aftermath: What Doesn't Kill Google Makes It Stronger
  210. MTN says will pursue Reliance talks as ownership row flares (AFP)
  211. What To Do With a Hundred Hard Drives?
  212. Web Browsers: Speed Testing the Latest Web Browsers
  213. RIAA: The Perpetual Litigation Machine
  214. Gadget Lab Costume Contest: Win a $2,000 Iron Man Phone
  215. Google grows stronger in Microsoft-Yahoo fallout (AP)
  216. Supercomputer Simulates Human Visual System
  217. Yahoo To Show Google Ads Alongside Search Results (NewsFactor)
  218. Yang Sums It Up, IPhone Goes 3G (PC World)
  219. Firefox 3 and IE8 Have Different Design Philosophies (NewsFactor)
  220. GTA IV, Wii Lead Video Games To New Heights (NewsFactor)
  221. Dell E and E Slim revealed
  222. Build Your Own Iron Man Armor
  223. IBM's 'Artificial Passenger' Reads Lips, Tracks Movements
  224. Digital Downtown: New UMPCs, Gadget Prototypes (PC Magazine)
  225. Let Your Camera Do the Dialing (PC World)
  226. Open Source Firm Hires BEA Systems Veteran (TechWeb)
  227. Microchips With Multiple "Selves"
  228. TV newsman Tim Russert dies of heart attack (Reuters)
  229. Extension Developers Race to Support Firefox 3
  230. Screaming-Fast Banshee Media Player Hits 1.0
  231. Critic Uncovered Judge's Porn Stash
  232. Why OLPC Struggles Against Educators, Big Business
  233. EFF Wins Promo CD Resale Case
  234. Building an Effective Information Security Policy Architecture
  235. Screen Grab: Woz hacks Kathy Griffin's iPhone... on TV
  236. Just a Minute With: Peter Gabriel (Reuters)
  237. Training helps bloggers hone professionalism (AP)
  238. NASA Awards Contract For Spacesuit of the Future
  239. Rare male sea dragon pregnant
  240. NASA IDs shiny object trailing shuttle
  241. Metal Gear Solid 4 for PS3 Goes on Final Mission (NewsFactor)
  242. OS X Snow Leopard Details
  243. 10 Signs Yahoo! Made The Right Move
  244. MySpace to Shake up Its Layout (PC World)
  245. Is Google about to swallow up Digg?
  246. 3 Smart Things About Music
  247. Verizon to give discounts for landline-less bundles (AP)
  248. Compressed VoIP Calls Vulnerable To Bugging
  249. Parsing Yahoo: Move Along, Folks ... Nothing to See Here
  250. ATT Mulls Upcharge for Big Downloaders