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  1. Review: Netflix delivers Internet movies to TV (AP)
  2. Experts warn of cyberterrorism threat (AP)
  3. Sprint May Limit Its Unlimited 3G Plan (PC World)
  4. Mobile ads years away from breakthrough: execs (Reuters)
  5. How Japan's Biggest BBS Keeps Things Simple
  6. Nanotubes "As Deadly as Asbestos"
  7. TVA vulnerable to hacking
  8. Scientists Witness Start of Star's Explosive Death
  9. Could Radioactive Scorpion Venom Save Ted Kennedy?
  10. 5 Gadgets That Will Make You a Super Hero
  11. Last.fm Quietly Rolls Out New Beta Features
  12. First lamp with OLEDs is art object (AP)
  13. Microsoft says aids Office/open-source interaction (Reuters)
  14. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  15. Digg no longer crashes Opera Browser!!! Fix in place!
  16. Philippine provider to offer free phones (AP)
  17. McAfee likes small, not big, deals (Reuters)
  18. Practical Rails Projects
  19. Cisco Leak Renews Debate Over U.S. Tech Firms' Support of Repressive Regimes
  20. Democrats Launch McCainpedia, an Attack Site Masquerading as a Wiki
  21. Mobile browser maker says social networks top use (AP)
  22. Microsoft to offer cash rebate for search engine use (Reuters)
  23. Microsoft Office 2007 to Support ODF - But Not OOXML
  24. Paypal Founder Puts a Half Million Dollars Into Seasteading
  25. 101 Everyday Uses for Twitter
  26. Canadian DMCA May be Established to Criminalize Copyrights
  27. Microsoft lures search traffic with cash rebates (AP)
  28. 3G iPhone Likely To Appear Sooner Than Expected (NewsFactor)
  29. New Urinal-Based Video Game Makes a Splash
  30. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  31. Spoiler-Free Review of Indiana Jones
  32. Let Older Add-Ons Work With Firefox 3.0
  33. Top 10 Google Flubs, Flops, and Failures
  34. Extreme Cycling: Strap a Jet to Your Bike
  35. FCC Nudges Industry Toward Cutting Cellphone Fees
  36. Judge Recommends Guilty Verdict for Jack Thompson
  37. UK Teen Cited For Calling Scientology a "Cult"
  38. Time Warner to reap $9.25 billion windfall in cable spinoff (AP)
  39. New Urinal-Based Video Game Makes a Splash
  40. CBS launches ad network focused on college sports (Reuters)
  41. Lucent, Nokia win in Golden Bridge patent appeal (Reuters)
  42. Professor makes breakthroughs, ballads
  43. Soyuz experienced equipment failure
  44. Biofuel 'home brewers' raid grease barrels
  45. Know your car's ALS from its TPMS?
  46. Honda to sell new hybrid next year
  47. Hydrogen-powered phones on the horizon (AFP)
  48. Tech's 10 Worst Entry-Level Jobs
  49. Ubuntu Live 2008 Canceled
  50. Nvidia's GT200 chip to pack about 1 billion transistors
  51. A win for digital distribution as Netflix set-top box debuts
  52. Time Warner Cuts Cord With Cable Unit
  53. Europe media groups need social networks: investor (Reuters)
  54. Microsoft Patents 'Proactive' Virus Protection
  55. It's Not Time for OSS Release Cycle Synchronization
  56. Media star Cramer "hates" media stocks (Reuters)
  57. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  58. IBM Rational IDE tops survey (InfoWorld)
  59. Spoiler-Free Review of Indiana Jones
  60. Speed Freaks: The 10 Fastest Green Cars on the Planet
  61. Newborn Blood-Storage Law Stirs Fears of DNA Warehouse
  62. May 21, 1901: Connecticut Sets First Speed Limit at 12 MPH
  63. Game|Life Video: Get Hot and Sweaty With 'Wii Fit'
  64. Alt Text: A Sober Warning About Indiana Jones' Fedora
  65. Microsoft Unwraps Search Engine Reward Program (PC World)
  66. Mobile Providers, Can You Hear Us Now? (BusinessWeek Online)
  67. Red Hat updates enterprise Linux platform (InfoWorld)
  68. Wii Fit Puts the Fun in Fitness (BusinessWeek Online)
  69. Open Source BIND Alternative Launches
  70. 42 Unusually Brilliant Business Card Designs [PICS]
  71. Cell phone users could see break on fees
  72. Businesses turn to online reviews to grow cleintele (USATODAY.com)
  73. ZoneAlarm ForceField: Compromised in sixty seconds (InfoWorld)
  74. Was This the First CC Community-Edited Novel?
  75. Philips develops '3-D TV' without glasses
  76. AT&T's Laptop Mobile Broadband Subscribers Get Free Wi-Fi (PC World)
  77. Let Older Add-Ons Work With Firefox 3.0
  78. How To Eavesdrop on Bluetooth Conversations
  79. The Most Amazing Table You Will See Today
  80. SugarCRM Launches Data Center Edition (PC World)
  81. Codie awards go to Red Hat, Adobe, Salesforce.com (InfoWorld)
  82. Wind River, Intel Partner For In-Vehicle Infotainment (TechWeb)
  83. Startup Aster Offers Software For Clustering Commodity Servers (TechWeb)
  84. UK Teen Cited For Calling Scientology a "Cult"
  85. YouTomb Keeps an Eye on YouTube's Graveyard
  86. Robot Spider-Man? First Look at Wall-Climbing Bot w/ video
  87. Mag in cockfight dispute agrees to stay off Amazon (AP)
  88. IT Workers Are Getting Fatter
  89. Correction: Napster story (AP)
  90. Hubble Survey Finds Half of the Missing Matter
  91. Lonely hearts with disease, STDs, find love online (Reuters)
  92. Napster Won't Upgrade DRM-ed Songs to MP3, but They'll Keep Playing
  93. Carbon Nanotubes Mimic Asbestos in Early Study
  94. Why You Should be Shooting Photos in the Raw
  95. Airplane Heal Thyself? Self-Repairing Aircraft Could Improve Air Safety
  96. How to Build a 'Square Foot' Garden
  97. Review: 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' Hits the Mark
  98. Confirmed: iPhone 2.0 Launches June 9
  99. Grandmaster Flashed: Kasparov Buzzed by Flying Penis-Copter
  100. Researcher Pushes Enormous Floating Solar Islands
  101. LisaNova Battles Boob Shots on YouTube -- With Boobs
  102. Microsoft's 'Googlephobia' Breeds Panic Buying
  103. Gearing Up For The .Car Era
  104. Creationism 'Education' Still Widespread
  105. Napster Launches DRM-Free Music Store
  106. Review: Roku Netflix Set Top Box Just Shy of Totally Amazing
  107. May 20, 1873: The Pants That Changed the World
  108. Video: Fitness Expert Offers 'Wii Fit' Tips
  109. Google Launches Medical Records App
  110. Go Green — Buy a Used Car. It's Better Than a Hybrid
  111. Q&A: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto Talks 'Wii Fit'
  112. All New Webmonkey Back in Wired Fold
  113. Could Variable iTunes Music Pricing Be on the Table?
  114. 'Gears of War 2' Will Be More 'Girlfriend-Friendly'
  115. Secret Data in FBI Wiretapping Audit Revealed With Ctrl+C
  116. Microsoft Wants the Milk Without Buying the Cow
  117. Review: 'Wii Fit' Works, but Could Shape Up
  118. Airbus Project Seeks Jet Fuel from Algae, Vegetable Oil
  119. Carbon nanotubes mimic asbestos in early study (AP)
  120. Cisco Systems denies online censorship role in China (AP)
  121. Hungarian student hurls eggs at Microsoft CEO Ballmer (AP)
  122. Laptop-for-kids project resumes donation program (AP)
  123. HP's 2Q profit up on strong demand outside US (AP)
  124. Courtney Love denies she scrapped new album (Reuters)
  125. Napster rolls out all-MP3 download store (AP)
  126. Microsoft Launches Mobile Display Ads (PC World)
  127. Nokia eyes wider usage of Linux in cellphones (Reuters)
  128. Electronic Arts Questions ESA Departures (PC Magazine)
  129. IBM Uses Magnifying Glass to Boost Solar Output (PC Magazine)
  130. Games Review: Gaming into shape with `Wii Fit' (AP)
  131. F/OSS Flat-File Database?
  132. YouTube Refuses To Remove Terrorist Videos
  133. Hubble Survey Finds Half of the Missing Matter
  134. Oil Billionaire Building World's Largest Wind Farm
  135. $100 Roku Netflix Player Targets Apple TV
  136. Google Health Opens To the Public
  137. IBM Patents Putting Handprints On Laptops
  138. Mac Cloner Psystar Ships First Service Pack
  139. 2nd Generation "$100 Laptop" Will Be an E-Book Reader
  140. The Changing Face of World of Warcraft
  141. Using RFID Tags Around the House?
  142. The Most Annoying Software Out There
  143. Greenpeace Complains Game Consoles Aren't Green Enough
  144. Bits of Tassie Tiger Brought Back from Extinction
  145. New 'Phlashing' Attack Sabotages Hardware
  146. The Problem With Asimo: Tabloid Humanoid Is Holding Back Bot
  147. Leaked Earbud Pic: The New iPhone Will be Huge
  148. Ubuntu Lettuce
  149. eBay Removes Merchant Ability to Leave Feedback
  150. A Sporty and Affordable Electric Vehicle
  151. US SEC charges eight ex-AOL Time Warner execs
  152. 26 Tricks to Help You Tame Google Calendar
  153. iPhone Vista Theme Makes Steve Jobs Cry Tears Of Blood
  154. iPhone 3G Launch Date Confirmed!
  155. Community Powered Local Search - This Could Actually Work
  156. 10 Cool Websites We Recommend
  157. 10 things you can do when Windows XP won't boot
  158. Firefox 3 On Track To Be Speediest Browser
  159. Photos: The Top 5 Crappiest (but still running) Mac Setups
  160. Building a LEGO Model Inside Bag Without Using Telekinesis
  161. Best Buy: FCC has no power to fine us $280K over analog TVs
  162. This Technology Will Blow Your Mind..
  163. Mininova Faces Legal Action: Filter or Else
  164. Steve Ballmer Egged in Hungary!
  165. Dear Digg, Stephen Colbert Doesn't Have a Twitter
  166. Ars Technica acquired by Condé Nast: the low-down
  167. Samsung demos 82-inch 2160p HDTV
  168. GigaOM Favs: 10 Blogs You Should Follow
  169. 3G iPhone Revealed in Third-Party Case Render?
  170. RISC vs. CISC in the mobile era
  171. Top 50 Tech Visionaries
  172. Apple to release special multi touch keyboard for Apple TV
  173. World’s Largest Self-Sustaining Solar Color LED Wall
  174. 6 simple ways to protect the data on your PC
  175. What to do when Windows gets really messed up
  176. How to do everything faster
  177. Planning a trip to the sun
  178. Revolutionary physicist Lamb dies at 94
  179. Senator wants al Qaeda videos off YouTube
  180. Gas prices drive Geos from clunkers to chic
  181. Review: 'Wii Fit' gives kinder, gentler workout
  182. Coming soon: Netflix on your TV
  183. Nintendo shows us how Wii can get 'Fit'
  184. Justices: Child porn is not protected speech
  185. Phishing ring busted
  186. 5 held for hacking government pages
  187. The Effects of Censorship- A Tale of Two Websites
  188. 'Second Life' Now an AI Proving Ground
  189. Internet can force change in Myanmar: Brown (AFP)
  190. Electronic Arts extends Take-Two offer deadline (Reuters)
  191. Offline Advice Trumps Online For Buying Decisions: Study
  192. Microsoft, Yahoo in talks on possible deal (USATODAY.com)
  193. Alltel stands strong as rivals gobble spectrum (USATODAY.com)
  194. EA again extends Take-Two deadline a third time (AP)
  195. Microsoft Acknowledges NBC's Wish is Its Command
  196. Chinese Internet portal Sina launches English site (AFP)
  197. Wired.com Photo Contest: Water
  198. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Black-and-White Photos, Decided by You
  199. May 19, 1780: Darkness at Noon Enshrouds New England
  200. Games Without Frontiers: Complex Gameplay Saves the Day in 'The World Ends With You'
  201. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Black-and-White Photo Contest
  202. Underwood most popular "Idol," Castro overrated (Reuters)
  203. More than 200,000 demand Microsoft save XP (InfoWorld)
  204. How Google Friend Connect Works
  205. Japan "Running Out of Engineers"
  206. Yahoo shares gain in Frankfurt on anticipation of Microsoft deal (AFP)
  207. Kyle Newman's Ultimate Video Editing Suite
  208. Facebook stresses independence amid Microsoft talk (Reuters)
  209. Analysts: Microsoft Likely Eyeing Yahoo Search Assets (PC World)
  210. Microsoft Circles Back to Yahoo With New Offer
  211. Chesney gets top country award but criticizes vote (Reuters)
  212. 'Tukwila' Itanium Servers Due Early Next Year, Intel Said (PC World)
  213. How To Fix Digg
  214. We're Running Out Of Internet! - Addresses taken in 3 years?
  215. News Corp.'s Fox launching LatAm online ad network (AP)
  216. China Mourning Suspends Entertainment Web Sites (PC World)
  217. Peter Thiel Makes Down Payment on Libertarian Ocean Colonies
  218. News Corp.'s Fox launching LatAm online ad network (AP)
  219. Stephen Colbert watches Diggnation!
  220. French Judge Orders Refund For Pre-Installed XP
  221. Microsoft Approaches Yahoo Again, This Time As a Partner
  222. Wine 1.0 release status
  223. Why Windows Solitaire Eats So Much Time
  224. Surgical Robot Removes Calgary Woman's Brain Tumor
  225. The open source alternative
  226. Microsoft: New talks for alternative Yahoo deal (AP)
  227. The Pirate Bay Enters List of 100 Most Popular Webites
  228. Post-Quake, China Cuts Access to Entertainment Web Sites
  229. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
  230. What to Seek in an Older Subnotebook?
  231. Microsoft says mulling new Yahoo deal, without a takeover (AFP)
  232. 25 Years Old and an Offshore IT Manager
  233. 10 Most Beautiful Looking Linux Desktop.
  234. Bears hunt video game stocks (Reuters)
  235. Study finds Internet influence small when buying (AP)
  236. Study finds Internet influence small when buying (AP)
  237. Shopping Centers Track Customers Via Cell Phone Signals
  238. Coders Tell Why They are Avoiding Vista
  239. 'Ordinary' Arabs to retake Internet: Wikipedia founder (AFP)
  240. Researchers teach 'Second Life' avatar to think (AP)
  241. China Lets Citizens Spread Quake News Online
  242. Poll: Which Stereolab Is Better?
  243. A Few Notes on Movies of the Near Future
  244. Danish Copyright Censorship Proposal Revealed
  245. McCain Campaign Pioneers a First: Courting Lefty Bloggers
  246. Spain Apprehends 5 Suspected Hackers
  247. Happy Birthday, Erik Satie!
  248. AOL Launches Specialty Sites to Boost Growth
  249. China's All-Seeing Eye
  250. 25 Reasons to Convert to Linux