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  1. EBay Pressured To Block Sales of Ivory Products
  2. Acer Sees Linux as Key to Low-cost Laptops (PC World)
  3. Graphics Advances Make Identifying Real Images Difficult
  4. Astronauts take on construction job in space
  5. Navy missile intercept successful
  6. HTC Eyes Market for Smartphones in Poor Nations (PC World)
  7. Apple Expected to Demo Leopard Successor Next Week
  8. 6 Degrees of Wikipedia
  9. Ballmer predicts the death of all print media in 10 years
  10. IBM cools 3D chips with integrated water channels
  11. Ninjas, Legos a good summer start for gamers (Reuters)
  12. AOL to expand European advertising business (Reuters)
  13. ASUS' Eee Monitor iMac-beater to hit $500 using Linux
  14. BYOG: Build Your Own Google
  15. Last call for Windows XP PCs is mid-June (InfoWorld)
  16. As 3G iPhone Awaits, Testing Apple Headphones vs 3rd Parties
  17. June 5, 1833: Ms. Software, Meet Mr. Hardware
  18. Music Industry Tells Advertisers to Boycott "Pirate" Baidu
  19. Music Industry Tells Advertisers to Boycott "Pirate" Baidu
  20. The iPhone 2.0 Wishlist
  21. Spear-phishing Attacks Have Hooked 15,000, Says Verisign (PC World)
  22. The first photos from WWDC 2008
  23. Why Apple Could Kill The Nintendo DS
  24. Alltel customers worry about Verizon deal (AP)
  25. FCC chief's free broadband plan delayed (AP)
  26. MySpace fights back!
  27. A brief history of the x86 microprocessor
  28. BlackBerry Defies Stagnant Tech Spending (TechWeb)
  29. Delta Dental Signs Up For Open Source Business Intelligence Software (TechWeb)
  30. How to Turn a PlayStation 3 Into a Linux PC
  31. A brief history of the x86 microprocessor
  32. How to Turn a PlayStation 3 Into a Linux PC
  33. S. Korea to hit Intel with $25.4M antitrust fine (AP)
  34. Duke Nukem Forever Preview On Jace Hall Show
  35. Broadcom co-founder faces drug, securities charges (AP)
  36. FCC delays consideration of free Internet plan (Reuters)
  37. Rubik's Cube Algorithm Cut Again, Down to 23 Moves
  38. Yahoo delivers search toolbar via software packager (Reuters)
  39. The Greatest Defunct Websites and Dotcom Disasters
  40. Canadian Govt Caught Editing Wikipedia Entry about Copyright
  41. Google to build at NASA Ames
  42. EZTV and MVGroup Join Forces
  43. No, David Pogue, Ebook Piracy Is Not a Given
  44. Age of Conan's Player-Vs.-Player Combat a Blessing, Curse
  45. How to Geotag Your Photos
  46. Leaked Report: ISP Secretly Added Spy Code to Web Sessions, Crashing Browsers
  47. IBM Shows Water-Cooled Chips Will Give Big Power Boost (NewsFactor)
  48. Review: Westinghouse LCD Offers Over 50 Inches for Under 2K
  49. IBM seeks consensus on ALM architecture (InfoWorld)
  50. Rubik's Cube Algorithm Cut Again, Down To 23 Moves
  51. Stolen AT&T laptop holds treasure-trove of payroll data
  52. 3G iPhone Patent App Surfaces: IM, Blogging App, Vid Conf
  53. Sony TV Internet module tunes into YouTube (AP)
  54. In Appeal to Angry Clinton Voters, Republican Party Preps 'ClintonsForMcCain.com'
  55. Speakeasy Brings 10 Mbps Internet, Symmetrically (PC World)
  56. Bluetooth, IE to Get Critical Microsoft Patches (PC World)
  57. Sneaky Blackmailing Virus That Encrypts Data
  58. Google Gadgets open-sourced for Linux
  59. Checked-Bag Fee Could Be Tip of the Iceberg
  60. Air Force Chief, Secretary Forced to Resign
  61. Verizon Wireless to buy Alltel for 28.1 bln dlrs (AFP)
  62. Microsoft's Live Brand Will Be 'Fixed,' Executive Says (NewsFactor)
  63. Pure Digital Rolls Out Pocket-sized Mino Camcorder (NewsFactor)
  64. Verizon Will Buy Alltel, Boosting Mobile-Phone Standards (NewsFactor)
  65. Verizon Wireless To Buy Alltel For $28B
  66. Warner Confesses: Pirate Bay Cop Compromised
  67. Take-Two profit beats expectations on strong GTA4 (Reuters)
  68. Sarkozy enters London waxwork museum (AFP)
  69. Review: Finally a useful digital pen (AP)
  70. Most Comcast Web service to top 100 Mbps by 2010 (AP)
  71. How To Spot E-Vote Tampering?
  72. 'Aware Car' Knows When You're Too Old to Drive, and Tells You
  73. How Laptops in Education Can Help Dictators, Hurt Learning
  74. Top 10 Most Pirated TV Shows on BitTorrent
  75. Wired.com's ASCII Art Contest: Enter to Win
  76. Mini-Notebooks Compete on Size, Speed and Price
  77. Disney creates Google Earth map of Disney World (AP)
  78. How To Frame a Printer For Copyright Infringement
  79. 14 Creative Advertisements Part 2 [PICS]
  80. Mac OS X 10.6 code named Snow Leopard, may be pure Cocoa
  81. Former Supreme Court Justice Switches to Video Games
  82. Broadcom co-founder faces conspiracy, drug charges (AP)
  83. Acer Bets Big On Linux
  84. California Kid Takes Over Google For A Day
  85. Apple Rumors Focus on Mac OS, MobileMe Service (NewsFactor)
  86. Researchers Tout New Network Worm Weapon
  87. How Tech-Savvy Will the Next President Be?
  88. Covert BT Phorm Trial Report Leaked
  89. 5 Reasons to be a Mac gamer in 2008!
  90. Plan to save whales strangling in red tape
  91. 'Bloatware' weighs down laptop
  92. Huffington Post Weighs Its Post-Election Future
  93. Labels Taunt Radio With Playlist Smackdown
  94. BI steps into the cloud (InfoWorld)
  95. The Greatest Defunct Websites and Dotcom Disasters
  96. Northeastern U. Study Secretly Tracked Cell Phone Users
  97. Ninjas and Legos a good summer start for gamers (Reuters)
  98. Covert BT Phorm Trial Report Leaked
  99. Google Unveils iPhone 'Killer'
  100. Tongue stimulator can boost ailing senses
  101. AMD launches much-awaited Puma notebook chip line
  102. Verizon in Talks with Alltel to Create Largest US Wireless Carrier
  103. Happy Birthday! X86 Turns 30 Years Old
  104. Microsoft Study Says Repetitive Strain Injury Costs $600m
  105. Teens' Nude Pics "Spread Like Wildfire"
  106. Freed student uses Twitter to help friend
  107. Night vision goggle shortage sparks concern
  108. Astronauts get ready for second spacewalk
  109. Lander's first Mars dig delayed
  110. Your health details may already be online
  111. Happy Birthday! X86 Turns 30 Years Old
  112. How to get and keep Windows XP after June 30 (InfoWorld)
  113. Microsoft Study Says Repetitive Strain Injury Costs $600m
  114. Thirteen Apple Innovations: Past, Present And Future
  115. What is the Ultimate Apocalypsemobile?
  116. Firefox 3 Hits Release Candidate 2
  117. June 5, 1833: Ms. Software, Meet Mr. Hardware
  118. Developers give Google mixed reviews (InfoWorld)
  119. Machine Prints 3D Copies Of Itself
  120. The iPhone Secret
  121. Why Firefox 3 matters
  122. Smaller, cheaper laptops take trade fair by storm (Reuters)
  123. Verizon in late stages of talks to buy Alltel for $28B (USATODAY.com)
  124. Sweden On Verge of Passing Sweeping Wiretap Plan
  125. Turkmenistan eases Internet access (AP)
  126. Firefox 3 Gets Closer, with Release Candidate 2 (PC Magazine)
  127. Verizon in advanced talks on Alltel takeover: Vodafone (AFP)
  128. Official: Firefox 3 RC2 released!
  129. Nanotrucks and Nanotrains: Workhorses of the Future?
  130. Lifehacker's Top 10 Office Supply Hacks
  131. MSI Plans Next Wind Mini-laptop, Smaller Devices (PC World)
  132. Indian Services Company Tanla Acquiring Openbit (PC World)
  133. Google's Biggest Threat? Itself
  134. Six Ways to Make Vista and XP Work Your Way
  135. Mac OS X 10.6 Called 'Snow Leopard', All Cocoa?
  136. Sweden On Verge of Passing Sweeping Wiretap Plan
  137. How the Web Was Won
  138. Vodafone says Verizon in talks to buy Alltel (Reuters)
  139. The HTC Touch Pro, a QWERTY Diamond
  140. Study secretly tracks cell phone users outside US (AP)
  141. As Icahn grumbles, Yahoo sets plans for ad growth (AP)
  142. E-Trade makes it easier to trade on the BlackBerry (AP)
  143. IBM developing miniature pipes for chip cooling (AP)
  144. GE, Pittsburgh hospital establish imaging business (AP)
  145. Gallery: A Little Hope for Cancer Treatment
  146. Hong Kong's websites the world's riskiest: survey (AFP)
  147. E-Trade makes it easier to trade on the BlackBerry (AP)
  148. Report: Verizon Wireless in talks to buy Alltel (AP)
  149. Informatica Tackles Real-Time, On-Demand and Cross-Enterprise Integration (TechWe
  150. Microsoft Denies Call-in 'Save XP' Petition
  151. Acer bets big on Linux
  152. Intel faces $25.4 million fair-trade fine
  153. Google seals deal for new offices at NASA center (AP)
  154. Data Retention Proven to Change Citizen Behavior
  155. Jack Thompson Walks Out On Hearing
  156. Sandra Day O'Connor: Game Designer
  157. How to Catch a Wave
  158. Top 5 Ways to Cause a Man-Made Earthquake
  159. Verizon in talks to buy Alltel for about $27 billion: source (Reuters)
  160. Yahoo, Microsoft talks could end next week: source (Reuters)
  161. Microsoft Gets Mixed Ruling in Latest Alcatel-Lucent Case (PC World)
  162. Retired justice O'Connor unveils video game (Reuters)
  163. Jack Thompson Walks Out On Hearing
  164. Yahoo Opens Address Book API (PC Magazine)
  165. OEmbed: A Simple Path to More Manageable Media Sharing
  166. Cheap Pocket Camcorder Gets a Slick Makeover
  167. Researchers Tout New Network Worm Weapon
  168. Pandora Puts Streaming Music on the Desktop
  169. Angry Clinton Supporters Start Rallying For McCain Online
  170. YouTube Launches Annoying New Annotations Feature
  171. Ubuntu 'Netbook Remix': A Sleek, Fast, Atom-Optimized Linux
  172. Why Google Should Embrace OpenOffice.org
  173. Hands on with the Ubuntu Netbook Remix
  174. As Icahn grumbles, Yahoo sets plans for ad growth (AP)
  175. AT&T speeds up 3G network (InfoWorld)
  176. CNBC: Verizon Wireless in talks to buy Alltel (AP)
  177. Have Mathematics Exams Become Easier?
  178. You Know You Need A Break From Social Media When... [PIC]
  179. Jimmy Wales Unimpressed With Powerset's Wikipedia Search (PC World)
  180. WarGames and the Great Hacking Scare of 1983
  181. Starbucks Launches Free-Wi-Fi Rewards Program (NewsFactor)
  182. Phone study confirms people are creatures of habit (Reuters)
  183. McCain Supports Warrantless Domestic Surveillance
  184. Radiohead Catalog Finally Available on iTunes
  185. Playlist Honors Barack Obama's Victory
  186. McCain Supports Warrantless Domestic Surveillance
  187. Visual Communication in Digital Design
  188. Naked photos, e-mail get teens in trouble
  189. Cell phone users secretly tracked in study
  190. Corner Shot - a weapon that fires around corners
  191. Copyright quiz limits students' music file sharing (AP)
  192. Science World Won't Be Sorry to See Bush Go
  193. Study secretly tracks cell phone users outside US (AP)
  194. Icahn tells Yahoo board to scrap severance plan (AP)
  195. T-Mobile gives families a break on unlimited plan (AP)
  196. Verizon in talks to buy Alltel: report (Reuters)
  197. Windows XP Lives, Thanks to Linux
  198. Sony Ready to Launch Qore Subscriptions for PS3 Players (NewsFactor)
  199. Windows XP Lives, Thanks to Linux
  200. Top 12 Twitter tools [Slideshow]
  201. Astronomers Make Largest-Ever Image of Milky Way
  202. Jackie Chan, Segway dealer, says co. fears piracy (AP)
  203. Mother not so smart about Japan's smoking smart card (AP)
  204. HTC Touch Pro To Hit U.S., Eventually (PC Magazine)
  205. Sun Adding Flash Storage to Most of Its Servers
  206. Wikia Search Upgrades Get Closer
  207. Google Releases Desktop Gadgets for Linux
  208. Kurzweil on the Future
  209. AMD Rolls the Dice on Turion Laptop Chip
  210. Report Fingers 'Dangerous' Web Domains
  211. Japanese iPhone Carrier Announced
  212. Study secretly tracks cell phone users outside US (AP)
  213. AMD Launches Puma Platform for Gaming, HD Laptops (NewsFactor)
  214. Apple, Microsoft Feud Over Safari, Internet Explorer Flaws (NewsFactor)
  215. McAfee Picks the Most Dangerous TLDs
  216. Yahoo adds 94 newspapers to online ad consortium (AP)
  217. EA makes deal with FTC to wait on Take-Two deal (Reuters)
  218. Wikia Search Upgrades Get Closer
  219. Barack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  220. Yahoo in deal to sell online advertising for Wal-Mart (AP)
  221. Wikia Search Upgrades Get Closer
  222. Barack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  223. Company names risky Web domains
  224. Gizmo eliminates wires from Wii experience
  225. Canonical makes Ubuntu Netbook Remix official at Computex
  226. Power Bills Soaring? Turn Off The Playstation: Study
  227. Matt Cutts on Improved Google Documentation
  228. Windows 7 multi-touch LCD announced
  229. Google Releases Desktop Gadgets for Linux
  230. Kurzweil on the Future
  231. The Mobile Linux War
  232. Yahoo to sell display advertising for Walmart.com (Reuters)
  233. Barack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  234. Space station crew prepares for plumbing job
  235. Leaders clash on biofuels at summit
  236. McAfee Names '.hk' World's Most Dangerous Domain (PC World)
  237. Barrack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  238. Open Source Cities Followup — Munich Yea, Vienna Nay
  239. Mac OS 10.6 to appear at WWDC 08?
  240. 'Ninja Gaiden II' is sight to behold, when you can see it (USATODAY.com)
  241. Does Antimatter Fall Up Or Down?
  242. Softbank says to bring iPhone to Japan this year (AFP)
  243. Intel Adds High-def Video Decoder to Chipset Line (PC World)
  244. Softbank to offer iPhones in Japan (AP)
  245. Third-party iPhone applications to arrive Monday
  246. 6 Ways to Make Vista and XP Work Your Way
  247. Jimmy Wales Reboots His 'Google-Killer'
  248. The One-Use, Self-Destructing DVD Returns
  249. Rare Marley, Hendrix performances sold online (Reuters)
  250. Obama, Propelled by the Net, Wins Democratic Nomination