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  1. Grand Theft Auto IV breaks UK first day record (Reuters)
  2. FSF-Approved gNewSense 2.0 Released
  3. Adobe Opens the FLV and SWF Formats
  4. Infogrames to Buy Rest of Atari for $11 Million (PC World)
  5. Blog Rivals Engadget and Gizmodo - the Competition Heats Up
  6. Video: AT&T launching Mobile TV May 4th, demonstrated on LG Vu
  7. Free AT&T Wi-Fi for iPhones at Starbucks, Barnes&Noble
  8. HyperEdit HTML/PHP editor improves Leopard support (Macworld.com)
  9. KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 Released
  10. Vista 'Inevitable' For Enterprises, says Forrester analyst
  11. Bloggers abuzz about Miley Cyrus photo scandal (Reuters)
  12. NSA Releases Historical Documents on TEMPEST
  13. Twitter Gaining Momentum But Still Niche
  14. Studio films going day-and-date at iTunes Store (Reuters)
  15. Cable, satellite and ... Sezmi? Startup wants in on pay TV (AP)
  16. Adobe plans to give away Flash for mobile devices (AP)
  17. Losses Continue, Bright Spots Ahead At Alcatel-Lucent (TechWeb)
  18. First look: KDE 4.1 alpha 1 very promising
  19. Exclusive Interview With Google's Eric Schmidt
  20. iPhone to Feature Unlimited Movie Downloads, 37-Foot Screen
  21. AT&T launches TV service on new phones, rivaling Verizon (AP)
  22. Stay Juiced Anywhere in the World
  23. May 1, 1964: First Basic Program Runs
  24. Adobe plans to give away Flash for mobile devices (AP)
  25. Adobe opening up Flash (InfoWorld)
  26. Craigslist blanched as eBay eyed marriage: lawsuit (Reuters)
  27. Tilera Releases 64-Way Chip Dev Tools
  28. Businessman drops $960 for dinosaur dung
  29. Federal judge sets formula for Internet music royalties (AP)
  30. Nine Inch Nails hammers scalpers with new policy (Reuters)
  31. Psystar Open Computer unboxing and hands-on
  32. Time 100 Includes Ballmer, Jobs, Arrington, Zuckerberg
  33. PolishLinux KDE 4.1 Preview (Rev 802150)
  34. This is how a true MAC fan looks like
  35. Hans Reiser Clams Up in Jailhouse Interview
  36. $160 Billion Robotic Army Network Passes First Big Test. Kinda.
  37. United Online to Say It With Flowers (PC World)
  38. Psystar Open Computer Notes, Benchmarks and Video
  39. Websites Go Crazy Tracking Urban Eccentrics
  40. Review: 'Iron Man' a New High for Robert Downey Jr.
  41. Gas Tax Holiday = Cheap Votes
  42. Report: Microsoft directors meeting to mull higher Yahoo bid (AP)
  43. EBay makes public its complaint against Craigslist (AP)
  44. Best Buy Crowdsources Tech Support
  45. MIT Class Calculates Carbon Footprint of 'The Man'
  46. Scientology Shares Secrets on YouTube ... Sort Of
  47. Group Accused of High-Tech Dirty Tricks to Suppress Black Vote
  48. SugarCRM to Support IPhone, BlackBerry (PC World)
  49. IBM launches "green energy" tools for data centers (Reuters)
  50. GM Says We Won't Give Up SUVs, But We'll Plug Them In
  51. Video: 'Forever Drone' Contest Heats Up
  52. Xerox Demos Self-Erasing, Eco-Friendly Paper
  53. HDTV's Will Get Stupid Cheap Next Month
  54. Report: AT&T to sell 3G iPhone at $200 discount
  55. Brangelina and kids in France for 'long duration': report (AFP)
  56. Tibco entering hardware space (InfoWorld)
  57. Memristor — 4th Basic Element of Circuits
  58. Awesome junk robots
  59. EBay makes public its complaint against Craigslist (AP)
  60. Criminals try to "copyright" malware (AP)
  61. Analyst: HD DVD demise hasn't meant scramble for Blu-ray (AP)
  62. Why Life On Mars May Foretell Our Doom
  63. Home Tweet Home: Energy-Savvy House Broadcasts on Twitter
  64. The Counterintuitive Evolutionary Lesson of Nutcracker Man
  65. Report: Microsoft directors meeting to mull higher Yahoo bid (AP)
  66. Former Monster Exec Charged With Backdating Stock Options (PC World)
  67. Google Sets Sights On 3D Map of the Oceans
  68. 'GTA IV' could keep 'Iron Man' audience at home
  69. Ubuntu's OpenGL face browser will bring bling to GDM
  70. Scientists Discover Missing Electronic 'Element'
  71. Inspector General: Conflict of interest on NASA review board (AP)
  72. Circuitry discovery could lead to beefier memory (AP)
  73. Court Ruling Could End P2P Music-Download Lawsuits (NewsFactor)
  74. Messenger for Mac 7 Adds Enterprise Audio, Video Support (NewsFactor)
  75. Is Help Desk a Launchpad or a Dead End?
  76. Berners-Lee Claims Web 'Still In Infancy'
  77. Integration missteps at AOL led to first flat ad quarter (AP)
  78. Variety grows in accessories for Nintendo's Wii console (AP)
  79. Google unveils eclectic mix of designs by prominent artists (AP)
  80. Web site challenges stereotypes on HIV/AIDS (Reuters)
  81. Is Ubuntu Selling Out or Growing Up?
  82. Is Help Desk a Launchpad or a Dead End?
  83. Five Failed 3-D Technologies
  84. Sprint's Compass Broadband Modem Charts Clever Path (PC World)
  85. OpenPipeline Seeks to Ease Document Prep for Search (PC World)
  86. Is Help Desk a Launchpad or a Dead End?
  87. Recession? Not in the Advertising Business
  88. Pidgin Controversy Triggers Fork
  89. The ABCs of securing your wireless network
  90. Japan's SoftBank to seek 40 pct stake in Chinese Web company (AP)
  91. Declassified NSA Document Reveals the Secret History of TEMPEST
  92. Building Powerful and Robust Websites With Drupal 6
  93. Giant Squid Can Really Keep an Eye on Things
  94. Judge Bucks Trend: Music Sharing Not Necessarily Infringement
  95. AT&T Reported Ready Offer 3G iPhone, Starting at $199 (NewsFactor)
  96. Nvidia's Chief Scientist on the Future of the GPU
  97. Diggnation Sanfran Preparty!
  98. Virgin Mobile declines comment to NYSE on share rise (Reuters)
  99. London blogger exposes life on the Underground (Reuters)
  100. Delay in XP SP3 Will Let Microsoft Put Up Dynamics Filter (NewsFactor)
  101. GTA IV Players Frustrated by Gaming Console Freezes (NewsFactor)
  102. Berners-Lee Claims Web 'Still in Infancy'
  103. Can we rescue OLPC from Windows?
  104. iTunes Store turns 5: Can anyone break its dominance?
  105. Unexpected Slashdot Downtime
  106. Japan police tells Internet providers to remove suicide tips (AFP)
  107. Grand Theft Auto IV: A quick review
  108. Rumor: AT&T to Subsidize New 3-G iPhones
  109. Clarizen Going After Microsoft Project Users (PC World)
  110. Whitehouse Emails Were Lost Due to "Upgrade"
  111. Wikipedia Overrules DOJ
  112. Time Warner Q1 Net Falls 36 Percent; Bids Final 'Bye' to Cable
  113. IAC 1Q profit drops on rising costs (AP)
  114. Web in infancy, says Berners-Lee
  115. How to blend two animals together
  116. Are polar bears endangered?
  117. Scientists: Squid has world's largest eye
  118. Microsoft's Next Move on Yahoo Imminent: WSJ
  119. Time Warner net falls 36 pct; Will separate cable business (AP)
  120. Alcatel-Lucent reports Q1 loss amid stiff competition (AP)
  121. New CEO named at 3Com in wake of failed buyout (AP)
  122. Tibco backing Microsoft Silverlight (InfoWorld)
  123. Post-Suicide Account Cracking?
  124. FBI Adds Two Digital Forensic Labs
  125. 'CSI' sleuths out Microsoft's latest technology (USATODAY.com)
  126. WWW inventor says web only in infancy (AFP)
  127. Skype Claims Improved Voice Quality for Version 3.8 Software (PC World)
  128. Microsoft device helps police pluck evidence from cyberscene
  129. SAP's 1Q net slips to $376.82 million on buyout, weak dollar (AP)
  130. Anatomy of a Racer: Only Elite Athletes Can Vanquish Rivals at Triple-Digit Speeds
  131. Fox News is Responsive to the Linux Community
  132. AT&T to cut the price of Apple’s new iPhone
  133. 18 Features Windows Should Have (but Doesn't)
  134. France's Le Pen selling bullet-proof car on eBay (Reuters)
  135. Asus: Eee PC Shipments to Soar in Second Quarter (PC World)
  136. Sony Ericsson Combines Java and Flash (PC World)
  137. SpringSource Launches Java Application Server (PC World)
  138. Microsoft Messenger 7 brings Bonjour support, corporate AV features (Macworld.co
  139. Microsoft could nominate proxy slate of directors for Yahoo: report (AFP)
  140. Patent Appeals System Under Constitutional Attack
  141. Studios' viral marketing campaigns are vexing (Reuters)
  142. Get Firefox's Best Features in Internet Explorer
  143. MySpace Treads Carefully With "HyperTargeting"
  144. Microsoft Cuts Xbox Prices In Four Asian Markets (TechWeb)
  145. Microsoft Uses Open Source To Extend Systems Management To Linux (TechWeb)
  146. Olympic-Torch Security Troops Block Everest Bloggers' Climb
  147. Microsoft internal memo details Windows 7-Windows Live ties
  148. YouTube's Buried Treasure
  149. NYTimes.com Hand-Codes HTML & CSS
  150. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Iron Man Battles vs. Nefarious Ferrous Adversaries
  151. April 30, 1897: J.J. Thomson Announces the Electron ... Sort Of
  152. LSD Inventor Albert Hofmann Dies at 102
  153. Microsoft Helps Law Enforcement Get Around Encryption (PC World)
  154. Apple iMac 3.06GHz unboxing, hands-on, and benchmarking
  155. http://blog.wired.com/wiredscience/2008/04/lsd-inventor-al.html
  156. Spammers Hijacking IP Space
  157. Gas to Hit $7 a Gallon
  158. Windows XP SP3: It Ain't Out Til It's Out (NewsFactor)
  159. Yahoo's embattled CEO received traditional $1 salary in 2007 (AP)
  160. Home Wires Will Be Link For Gadgets (Investor's Business Daily)
  161. New 3Com CEO Mao to Be Based in China (PC World)
  162. MS Beta Software To Manage Unix/Linux Systems
  163. House Of Lords Goes High-Tech
  164. Purported Jimi Hendrix sex tape sold online (Reuters)
  165. Major PC Vendors Push For Open Source Drivers
  166. In Pre-Olympics Rebuke of China, Congressman Pushes 'Global Online Freedom Act'
  167. Juror: Hans Reiser Planned the Murder, 'Thought It Out'
  168. New CEO named at 3Com in wake of failed buyout (AP)
  169. British Snap Up Ninetendo's Wii Fit Video Game (NewsFactor)
  170. Mobile CEO: Public Safety Can Use Current Spectrum (PC World)
  171. Five Software Tools to Speed Up Your Day (PC World)
  172. Arizona Judge Shoots Down RIAA Theories
  173. If travel is driving you crazy, tell DOT's new blog (AP)
  174. Last-Minute Glitch Holds Up Windows XP SP3
  175. This is now world's smallest Mac (OQO hacked to run Leopard)
  176. Electronics makers to create home networking standard (AP)
  177. Idaho lab develops a quicker way to catch a thief (AP)
  178. Profitable Rogers Will Bring Apple's iPhone to Canada (NewsFactor)
  179. IBM Buys Trading Data Vendor Infodyne (PC World)
  180. Five Failed 3-D Technologies
  181. Long-Awaited Windows XP Update Adds Features From Vista
  182. Disillusioned With IT?
  183. Feds: We will search through your laptop files at the border
  184. Yahoo Banner Ads Infecting Visitors With Malware
  185. Microsoft releases the long-anticipated Windows XP SP3
  186. 'Rookie' Webisodes provide fix for '24' fans
  187. Gamers: Come on down!
  188. Prototyping Tool Eases Design of IPhone Apps (PC World)
  189. Microsoft Delays Release of Windows XP SP3 (PC World)
  190. ICANN Takes a Step Toward Ending Domain Tasting
  191. GearDaddy: Picking the right digital camera
  192. Far-Out Green Gadgets
  193. 10 things you didn't know your phone could do
  194. This is why i love LINUX
  195. Dell to cut jobs in Ireland (AP)
  196. Facial Hair and Computer Languages
  197. 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Hustles Songs Through Amazon MP3
  198. Microsoft Very Quiet, but Something Is Happening
  199. Is It Time to Fire Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer?
  200. Sorry, Absinthe Trippers: Scientists Say You're Just Really Drunk
  201. Oracle completes $8.5 billion takeover of BEA, layoffs loom (AP)
  202. STMicro shares rise on bright outlook, despite 1Q loss (AP)
  203. Coldplay gives away single, reveals 3rd free show (Reuters)
  204. Microsoft cuts Xbox prices in four Asian markets (Reuters)
  205. Hard Evidence of Voting Machine Addition Errors
  206. With Cray, Intel seeks greater supercomputer share
  207. Antibody test faster than DNA profiling
  208. The File-System Fallout of the Reiser Verdict
  209. Twitter visualization done right
  210. Ribbit Launches Phone Service for Salesforce (PC World)
  211. Microsoft System Center Gets Cross-platform Support (PC World)
  212. Macbook Air Internal EVDO Broadband Card Mod
  213. A New Tactic Against HIV: T-Cell Tweaks
  214. AOL and Yahoo Make IM VoIP Moves (PC World)
  215. Performance Showdown - SSDs vs. HDDs
  216. GTA IV set to blast sales records
  217. It's official: Rogers to bring iPhone to Canada this year
  218. Man Who 'Found' Saddam's WMD Now Pushing Ray Gun Theory
  219. Confidence Booster: IBM Ups Dividend by 25 percent
  220. LinkedIn Prepares for Lucrative Push Into Europe (PC World)
  221. Microsoft Helps Police Crack Your Computer
  222. UK to Ban Possession of Certain 'Violent' Pornography
  223. Drug Dealers Rejoice: The $10 Mobile Phone is Here
  224. Forget Psyster: Mac OS X Leopard Running On OQO
  225. How Aftermarket Inkjet Ink Holds Up After a Year
  226. Microsoft Downplaying Recent DNS Vulnerability
  227. IBM increases dividend 25 percent, reasserting confidence (AP)
  228. OQO Hacker Claims World's Smallest OS X Machine
  229. Electric Airplanes Take Flight. Get Yours Now
  230. SCO v. Novell Goes to Trial Today In Utah
  231. Ruby and Java Running in JavaScript
  232. 'GTA IV' and 'Mario' will have a lock on video-game sales (USATODAY.com)
  233. 'Grand Theft Auto IV' is exhilarating adventure (USATODAY.com)
  234. Kraken Infiltration Revives "Friendly Worm" Debate
  235. Half a Million Microsoft-Powered Sites Hit With SQL Injection
  236. Google VisualRank for Image Search
  237. Beating the codebreakers with quantum cryptography
  238. 7 Confessions Of An Apple Macintosh Specialist
  239. Google's pointers on countering Web spam
  240. Lawyers Would Rather Fly Than Download PGP
  241. Illegal iPhones, Apple of Russian Elites' Eyes
  242. AMD: 100 Laptop Designs Being Readied for Puma (PC World)
  243. World's Largest Laptop PC Maker Raises Shipment Target (PC World)
  244. Product review: Critical Links EdgeBox Business (InfoWorld)
  245. Product review: Fonality PBXtra 4.0 (InfoWorld)
  246. Product review: Allworx 24x (InfoWorld)
  247. Cray, Intel To Partner On Hybrid Supercomputer
  248. "Grand Theft Auto" launches to queues, rave reviews (Reuters)
  249. wearable computer systems: RallyPoint Handwear Computer
  250. Backlash starts against 'sexy' databases