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  1. AT&T Jumps Into Cloud Computing With Synaptic Hosting (TechWeb)
  2. Alt Text: Behold! The Sacred Sword-Llike Tool of Fire Warriors
  3. Gallery: 10 Green Concept Cars That Are Waaaaay Out There
  4. Howard Hughes' Nightmare: Space May Be Filled With Germs
  5. Mr. Know-It-All: Cyberextortion, Your Kid's Cell Phone, Online Degrees
  6. Updata: Dire Prognosis for Once-Promising Artificial Blood
  7. 90 Visions of Future in MS Paint are Terrifying, Insane
  8. Theorists Make Quantum Communications Breakthrough
  9. Steve Jobs on MobileMe: the full e-mail
  10. iPhone App Store Has Jumped The Shark With This Pic!
  11. Google Pushing Software to Low-cost Linux PCs (PC World)
  12. How to Win at Rock, Paper, Scissors
  13. Aug. 6, 1890: Kemmler First to 'Ride the Lightning'
  14. MySpace Suicide Charges Threaten Free Speech
  15. Comcast sweetens its online menu with Daily Candy (AP)
  16. EFF: MySpace suicide charges a threat to free speech
  17. Quest's 2Q profit up slightly, misses estimates (AP)
  18. MSIs Napoleonic Laptop Conquers Our Hearts
  19. Ants Invade Home Scanner
  20. YouTube Cleaning Up After Lawsuit | High Profile Users Leave
  21. WiFi software arrives on Linux desktops
  22. Aurora - Mozilla Labs Concept Browser
  23. Firmware 2.01 could render 3G iPhone un-unlockable
  24. IBM Pushing Microsoft-Free Desktops
  25. Softbank Lowers IPhone Entry Point in Japan (PC World)
  26. Internap Network Services cuts 2008 sales outlook (AP)
  27. Start Data Plumbing With Yahoo Pipes
  28. Lessig Predicts Cyber 9/11 Event, Restrictive Laws
  29. Mozilla Invites People to Design Web's Future (PC World)
  30. WebMD Health expects October meeting on HLTH deal (AP)
  31. 15th Anniversary: Behind Wired's Story Behind the Microsoft Antitrust Case
  32. This NASA Astronaut Was 'Too Busy to Be Scared'
  33. Clive Thompson on Real-World Social Networks vs. Facebook 'Friends'
  34. IBM targets Microsoft with desktop Linux initiative
  35. Friendster Going Strong In Asia, Maybe Soon In Court
  36. Micron Prepares To Ship 256GB Solid-State Drive (NewsFactor)
  37. Priceline's 2Q rises, but shares fall after hours (AP)
  38. Obama's energy plan heavy on clean tech (CNET)
  39. Puppies mark birth of commercial pet cloning
  40. Scientists puzzling over chemical found on Mars
  41. Hot Water, Hot Earth
  42. Sega capitalizes on Olympics with 'Beijing 2008' (AP)
  43. Google to serve up ads for NBC's online Olympics coverage (AFP)
  44. Giant online security hole getting fixed, slowly (AP)
  45. Feds Charge 11 in Breaches at TJ Maxx, OfficeMax, DSW, Others
  46. Microsoft Partners Will Get Advance Patch Tuesday Info (NewsFactor)
  47. Delta Rolls Out Wi-Fi in the Sky -- for Everyone (NewsFactor)
  48. iPhone 2.0.1 Update Fixes Bugs, Breaks Some Devices (NewsFactor)
  49. Ex-Google Star To Head Friendster Growth Drive (NewsFactor)
  50. TSA to allow laptops to stay in approved bags (AP)
  51. Cisco earnings up 4 percent, beating forecasts (AP)
  52. NASA: Martian Soil Hostile to Life? Maybe Not
  53. Mozilla Labs Want to Know Your Browser Fantasies
  54. Defcon: You Got to Show Us Your Stinkin' Badges
  55. 11 Charged In TJX, Other Breaches
  56. Video game helps young cancer patients take meds (Reuters)
  57. Friendster Wins $20 Million, Google Exec as CEO (PC Magazine)
  58. Analysts Predict Win for Linux in MID Market (PC World)
  59. Review: '1942: Joint Strike Shoots' It Up Good
  60. 100 Open Source Presentations From OSCon
  61. Your Medical Treatment History Is For Sale
  62. Revised Yahoo vote to show more disdain for board (AP)
  63. Why Rap Stars Are Hating on the iPhone
  64. HOWTO: Ubuntu Install From USB - Works For Other Linux Too!
  65. Intaglio drawing app adds new tools (Macworld.com)
  66. Google to deliver ads to online Olympic video (CNET)
  67. Obscura Digital Demos "Minority Report"-Like Display
  68. California Can't Perform Pay Cut Because of COBOL
  69. Red Hat, Community Release Fedora 10 Alpha (PC World)
  70. Column: How to check a Web site's credentials (AP)
  71. Plug and Fly: Battery-Powered Plane Debuts
  72. 11 charged in connection with credit card fraud (AP)
  73. Kindle ... Or Is It Just Kindling?
  74. Delta Air Lines to offer Wi-Fi on U.S. flights
  75. NYT Techie Night Life Reprogrammed
  76. Micron Plans 256-Gbyte Notebook SSDs for Fall (PC Magazine)
  77. Delta Air to have Wi-Fi access on domestic flights (Reuters)
  78. Cablevision wins on appeal: remote DVR lawful after all
  79. "Clear" Air-Travel Pass Data Stolen From SFO
  80. Cablevision's TiVo-Like Service Wins in Appellate Court (NewsFactor)
  81. Delta Air to have Wi-Fi access on domestic flights (Reuters)
  82. Effective Optical Disc Repair?
  83. Greenpeace cites rising e-waste in Africa (AP)
  84. Pound slams IOC over handling of Internet censorship (AFP)
  85. Herding cattle goes high-tech
  86. Sony Buys Out Bertelsmann's Sony BMG Stake for $1.2 Billion
  87. What Actually Happens When You Hit Those StumbleUpon Buttons
  88. MIT Team Working On a $12 Apple (II) Desktop
  89. Craigslist Prankster Sued, Argues DMCA Abuse
  90. Apple's Jobs says oops on MobileMe launch (CNET)
  91. Yahoo's Right Media and LucidMedia team up on contextual advertising (CNET)
  92. Super-Luxe Airbus Makes Flying Fun Again. If You're Loaded
  93. MIT Team Working On a $12 Apple (II) Desktop
  94. VC Partner: IPhone Falls Short As a Business Device
  95. Sony to Buy Bertelsmann's Sony BMG Stake for $1.2 Billion
  96. Steve Jobs"Mistake to launch MobileMe same time as iPhone3G"
  97. Report: Facebook letting employees unload stock options?
  98. Circuit City apologizes for pulling Mad Magazine parody
  99. Robots help surgeons' accuracy
  100. Green home on exhibit at Chicago museum
  101. Study Suggests Music Industry Embrace Piracy
  102. The Low-End Approach To Wireless Hacking
  103. Delta to offer Wi-Fi on mainline domestic fleet (AP)
  104. FISA and Border Searches of Laptops
  105. Let video games read your mind with headset (USATODAY.com)
  106. Meet A-Z: The computer hacker behind a cybercrime wave (USATODAY.com)
  107. Cablevision wins in ruling on remote-storage DVR (USATODAY.com)
  108. Apple releases iPhone software 2.0.1 (Macworld.com)
  109. Intel Plans to End the "MHZ Game" with a "many core" Game
  110. Could 64-bit Windows finally be taking off?
  111. Design Marvel: A Floating Ecopolis for Ecological Refugees
  112. SEC Lets Companies Disclose Via Websites, Blogs
  113. Toxin in soil may mean no life on Mars
  114. Future Computer of 2020
  115. Olympus, Matsushita to offer smaller SLR cameras (Reuters)
  116. A Quasi-Quasicrystal
  117. Softbank says to cut monthly fees for iPhone (Reuters)
  118. AT&T joining cloud computing field (CNET)
  119. Internet companies agree on China code of conduct: report (Reuters)
  120. Black Hat 2008 promises to be big (CNET)
  121. Steve Jobs: MobileMe "not up to Apple's standards"
  122. Top 5 Linux Commercials
  123. USAF Violates DMCA, Escapes Unscathed
  124. Canadian Wireless Companies Sued Over Text Messages (TechWeb)
  125. Online Threats Cost Consumers $8.5 Billion Over Last Two Years (TechWeb)
  126. 15th Anniversary: Absinthe Goes From Banned Drug to Legal Liquor
  127. Aug. 5, 1962: First Quasar Discovered
  128. Gallery: Rain Forest, Coral Reef and Planetarium Under One Green Roof
  129. Q&A: SpaceX's Elon Musk Vows to Make Orbit
  130. Anonymous Has Relaunched Their Fight against Scientology
  131. Possible Pictures of New Macbook Leaked
  132. NASA's Mars News Is Not Life, But Perchlorate
  133. Donít be a Victim of DNS Security Holes
  134. The New iPhone 2.0.1 Firmware Update Is Out Now
  135. Intel reveals design for fast, efficient future chips (AFP)
  136. Fruitful Developer Camp Proves iPhone's Web Prowess
  137. Big holder Capital Research wants Yahoo vote probe (Reuters)
  138. Big Yahoo shareholder demands review of board vote (AP)
  139. Sensors, Photos Prove Beijing's Anti-Smog Efforts Failing
  140. U.S. court backs Cablevision network DVR (Reuters)
  141. App Store bringing in strong revenue for some iPhone devs
  142. Vote for a beautiful, usable Ubuntu
  143. Source Claims 240K Kindles Sold
  144. Linux Pre-Installs In the UK Hit 2.8%
  145. Cablevision's 'Remote DVR' Service Ruled Legal (PC Magazine)
  146. University of Maryland Team Wins Robot Sub Competition
  147. NewsNomad.com - the Mobile Digg Killer?
  148. RIAA's $222k Verdict Is Likely To Be Set Aside
  149. Report: AT&T Extends iPhone Exclusivity Deal (NewsFactor)
  150. Motorola Hires Jha To Jump-Start Phone Business (NewsFactor)
  151. Capital Research wants Yahoo vote recount: report (Reuters)
  152. Apple nixes second Black Hat talk (CNET)
  153. How to Get Comped in Vegas
  154. Air Force cracks software, carpet bombs DMCA
  155. Miguel De Icaza On Mono, Moonlight, and Gnome
  156. Microsoft Working On "Post-Windows" Cloud Computing OS
  157. iPhone Nano To Be Launched By Christmas?
  158. Best of Open Source Software Awards 2008 (InfoWorld)
  159. Congress Questions Network Data-Collection Methods (NewsFactor)
  160. Building affordable solar water heaters
  161. Diablo III Designer Defends New Look and Feel
  162. Why Microsoft Cozied up to Open Source at OSCON
  163. Sega, EA bring A game; Activision cuts 'Legend' (AP)
  164. Asus' Mini-Invasion Continues With Pint-Size Eee Box
  165. Judge Hints at Mistrial in RIAA v. Jammie Thomas
  166. AMD Fusion details leaked
  167. Useful Compiz features - it isn't just about looking cool
  168. Study Suggests Music Industry Embrace Piracy
  169. AMD Fusion Details Leaked
  170. Iwata Says Wii MotionPlus Will Be Cheap (PC Magazine)
  171. Correction: Linking Gone Wild story (AP)
  172. Study Suggests Music Industry Embrace Piracy
  173. Report: iPhone Nano to ring in the holidays
  174. Opinion: Can Google be bested? Not anytime soon
  175. The Ultimate CSS Reference
  176. LiMo Adds New Members and Mobile Technologies (NewsFactor)
  177. Welcome to the Era of Air Rage
  178. Police Call Publisher Gene Hughes Dead at 80
  179. Twitter's Business Model? Well, Ummmm...
  180. New 'Switzerland' Software Exposes Bandwidth-Throttling ISPs
  181. Chinese tech maker seeks global success
  182. With automated tagging, Web links can surprise (AP)
  183. Ars Technica's Guide to Virtualization: Part I
  184. The Viterbi Algorithm and Quantum Communications
  185. Gravity Tractor Could Deflect Asteroids
  186. Free Tools To Evade China's Web Censorship
  187. Knights Templar Sues the Pope
  188. A practical experience: Fedora vs Ubuntu
  189. Microsoft Working On "post-Windows" Cloud Computing OS
  190. Motorola names Sanjay Jha head of handset division (AP)
  191. Motorola names Qualcomm COO to head cell phones (Reuters)
  192. Navy's Scraps Destroyer That Can't Defend Itself
  193. Can The iPhone Rule Gaming?
  194. Improper Web links can shock viewers
  195. Futuristic 'smart clothes' fight flus, cancer
  196. Miguel De Icaza On Mono, Moonlight, and Gnome
  197. Green news harvest: Electric kites, China's clean-tech muscle (CNET)
  198. Verizon, unions for 65,000 workers continue talks (AP)
  199. Scotty's Final Mission
  200. Chinese entrepreneur dreams of a global brand (AP)
  201. Esquire to Geeks: Hack Our e-Paper Magazine Cover
  202. IBM Prepares to Fight off Microsoft
  203. Intel Reveals More Larrabee Architecture Details
  204. Mozilla SSL Policy Considered Bad For the Web
  205. Coming attractions: Whatever they call it, it spells 'Doom' (USATODAY.com)
  206. Warning Sign: Metered Broadband Already a Hassle
  207. New technique to compress light
  208. Sony 'to invest 40 bln yen in batteries' (AFP)
  209. Online Website Backup Options?
  210. Thailand halts Grand Theft Auto sales after murder (Reuters)
  211. Touch Tone Phone Symphony
  212. Canadians File Class Actions Over Incoming SMS Fees
  213. Thai youth imitates Grand Theft Auto in cab murder (Reuters)
  214. Beijing Games hit by Internet ticket scam (Reuters)
  215. MPAA: Don't limit our ability to close analog outputs
  216. Man Prowls NYC Streets looking for Cops Breaking the Law
  217. How to Create The Ultimate Windows XP Installation CD/DVD
  218. MS 10K warns of iPhone
  219. Error-Proofing Data With Reed-Solomon Codes
  220. Wooden Sci-Fi Sculptures Make Great Geek Art
  221. Anti-Piracy Lobby Gains Power Over Internet Subscribers
  222. KDE 4.1 Mania (Overview on Kubuntu, Fedora and Opensuse)
  223. Apple Magic Trick: iTunes Making Money From Free Web Video
  224. Microsoft's Annual Report Reveals OSS Mistakes
  225. Intrepid Ibex Mockup Designs
  226. World's tiniest snake found in Barbados
  227. Aug. 4, 1977: All U.S. Energy Placed Under Single Roof
  228. "Brangelina" babies finally unveiled on Web (Reuters)
  229. All-screen clamshell concept phone: A glimpse of the future
  230. Diagramming Tool For SQL Select Statements
  231. Olympic Committee Is Grilled on Net Censorship
  232. Google Offices (Googleplex) Around The World
  233. Telecoms fight for the right to party with iPhone 3G
  234. Researchers Find Color In Fossils
  235. Biodefense Labs, Bad for Our Health
  236. DNA Led the FBI to Anthrax Suspect
  237. 7 Uses of GParted Live
  238. Why MySpace and Facebook Are Failing in Japan
  239. Majority of banking websites found insecure
  240. Yahoo Blocks Venerable Email List Over False Positives
  241. SpaceX suffers third rocket launch failure (CNET)
  242. State of the LinuxWorld
  243. Where To Draw the Line When Punishing Email Snooping?
  244. FBI Seizes Library Computers Without Warrant
  245. IOC being grilled on Internet censorship (AP)
  246. With automated tagging, Web links can surprise (AP)
  247. Rumors Abound About 'Potential for Life' on Mars
  248. Settle the Beef: Does Rush Deserve the Hall of Fame?
  249. How To Fix the Poor Usability of Free Software
  250. Re-building a RHEL 5 kernel for Power