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  1. Cassini testing for water on a Saturn moon
  2. Japan investigates iPod problem
  3. 'Web enemies' targeted in cyber-protests
  4. I-Report: Your view of the shuttle launch
  5. Shuttle crew checks for damage
  6. 5 things your car will finally do in 2020
  7. GeekDads Say Goodbye to Gary
  8. N.Y. Times Co. Loves Its 'Gray Lady', but Looks to the Web
  9. Modern Defibrillators Efficient, but Vulnerable to Hacking
  10. Possible Battery Defect in iPod Nano Draws Scrutiny
  11. Air Force Cyber Command General Answers Slashdot Questions
  12. High-tech housewares
  13. The world's top new cell phones
  14. Countdown to Digital TV
  15. Who knew? Steve Jobs breaks rules
  16. GNOME 2.22: A Truly Amazing Desktop!
  17. Minority Report-like interface gets demoed at CeBIT
  18. E-mail inventor: I didn't foresee spam - Times Online
  19. Patch Tuesday Plugs 12 Holes in Microsoft Office (NewsFactor)
  20. Prostitution advances in a wired world (AP)
  21. Kohl's sees online business growing this year (Reuters)
  22. iSoniCast wireless audio bridge for iPod debuts (Macworld.com)
  23. IBM Upgrades Enterprise Search Software (PC World)
  24. FTP Hacking on the Rise
  25. Smallest Linux computer
  26. ? All About Mobile Hacking
  27. Adobe Photoshop CS3 finally running in Wine
  28. iPhone Dev Team jailbreaks firmware 2.0... before it's out
  29. BT Readies VoIP for Small Business (PC World)
  30. India Scrutinizes BlackBerry Security (PC World)
  31. CNet Compares Eee PC Against the Competition
  32. FTP Bug Leaves IE Users Vulnerable (PC World)
  33. Wal-Mart Yanks Linux PC (PC World)
  34. Hacking a Pacemaker
  35. Intel: 160GB solid state drives will be unveiled soon (Macworld.com)
  36. Stored Data to Exceed 1.8 Zettabytes by 2011
  37. RIAA tells Ars: We're not hypocrites
  38. Wal-Mart removes Linux PC from store shelves (InfoWorld)
  39. Democrats Propose Commission To Investigate Spying
  40. Probe underway into sparking iPod: Japanese govt (AFP)
  41. Mobile firms seek India govt meeting on BlackBerry (Reuters)
  42. YouTube lets developers build their own YouTubes (Reuters)
  43. Internet for pornography, not voting: Ex Polish PM (Reuters)
  44. The Geometry of Music
  45. How Advertising Will Destroy Wikipedia [Extreme Example]
  46. Apple's iPod nano emits sparks in Japan: government (Reuters)
  47. The Best Laptops Under $1000
  48. Office 2008 update improves security, stability (Macworld.com)
  49. Paul Krugman's 1978 Theory of Interstellar Trade
  50. "Sin City" video game goes straight to the source (Reuters)
  51. Japan investigating Apple's iPod (AP)
  52. You have too many giftcards, NO MACBOOK FOR YOU!! - Apple
  53. 17 Tips For Getting Bloggers To Write About You (TechWeb)
  54. Microsoft Updates Office 2008 For Mac With Critical Fixes (TechWeb)
  55. Microsoft Patch Tuesday Fixes A Dozen Office Flaws (TechWeb)
  56. MPAA Touts Record Year For Hollywood
  57. Researchers hack defibrillators (AP)
  58. Wal-Mart shoves Linux PCs off store shelves, not web site
  59. FAA Mandates Major Aircraft "Black Box" Upgrade
  60. March 12, 1923: Talkies Talk ... on Their Own
  61. How to Survive an Avalanche
  62. David Brin Rebuts Schneier In Defense of a Transparent Society
  63. Alt Text: What Real-Life Dungeon Exploration Might Look Like, Graduate Students in To
  64. GoDaddy Silences Police-Watchdog Site RateMyCop.com
  65. Google seals acquisition of DoubleClick (AFP)
  66. Europe Approves Google’s Merger With DoubleClick
  67. Lawmaker may jump into network neutrality fray (Reuters)
  68. "DonorGate" Is Latest Scandal To Hit Wikipedia
  69. The New Two-Laptop Minimum
  70. Were Fossil 'Hobbits' Just Little Humans?
  71. The Year the Audience Keynoted
  72. Finish Up That Sheetrocking Fast With the Blue Line Automatic Taper
  73. Wikileaks Airs Scientology Black Ops
  74. Game Reviews: Smash Bros., God of War
  75. Take-Two posts wider 1Q loss, no EA news (AP)
  76. Nortel set to launch faster network technology (Reuters)
  77. Adobe ColdFusion warming to 64-bit OSes (InfoWorld)
  78. Get Back to Your Mac Without Paying for It
  79. Spitzer's E-Escort Plight Shows Workings of Prostitution 2.0
  80. Apple Slips Up, Hints at iPhone Contact Search Feature
  81. A Wry Look at the 2024 Presidential Election
  82. Geeksta Rap Godfather's 5 Steps to Nerdcore Stardom
  83. Charter courted by new investors (AP)
  84. Google Quickly Closes DoubleClick Deal (NewsFactor)
  85. Microsoft Monthly Security Updates Focus on Office (PC World)
  86. IFPI Turning To Lawsuits
  87. "DonorGate" Is Latest Scandal To Hit Wikipedia
  88. How To Think Like An Online Con Artist
  89. DVD Holder
  90. Scientists create tiny computer that mimics the human brain!
  91. Micromachines: Bugs on Tiny Devices
  92. Apple's Fluid Graphical Effects - Dock’s fish-eye Effect
  93. "DonorGate" Is Latest Scandal To Hit Wikipedia
  94. Ads With Your Name On Them
  95. House Dems Reject Telecom Amnesty, Propose Commission to Investigate Spying
  96. We Drive the Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell Vehicle
  97. Wal-Mart Stops In-Store Sales of Linux-Based PCs (NewsFactor)
  98. Sprint Upgrade Boosts Mogul Transfers to DSL Speeds (NewsFactor)
  99. Ads With Your Name On Them
  100. EU clears Google's DoubleClick bid
  101. Wal-Mart Ends Test of Linux in Stores
  102. First look: Firefox 3 beta 4 brings new Vista hotness
  103. Brain-Inspired Computer Made From Duroquinone
  104. Palm's GSM Centro Smartphone Is All Business All the Time
  105. Autopia WTF? Geneva Motor Show Caption Contest, Part 2: You Pick the Winner
  106. With EU Path Cleared, Google Closes DoubleClick Deal
  107. GE Announces OLED Manufacturing Breakthrough
  108. Google Drive killer coming from MIT Startup
  109. EU Approves Google-DoubleClick Merger
  110. Middle America Hates Linux, Wal-Mart Discovers
  111. US upholds 2 more stem cell patents (AP)
  112. Brussels clears France to bankroll Google rival (AFP)
  113. Exploding Digital Data Growth Is a Challenge for IT (NewsFactor)
  114. Happy Birthday MP3 Player. You're 10!
  115. First Look: New Beta Release Puts the Fire Back in Firefox 3
  116. With EU Path Cleared, Google Closes DoubleClick Deal
  117. N.Y. Times CEO: Focused on online growth (AP)
  118. IBM upgrades enterprise search software (InfoWorld)
  119. Ancient Bones of Small Humans Discovered In Palau
  120. Nortel set to launch faster network technology (Reuters)
  121. G-Archiver Harvesting Google Mail Passwords
  122. 10 Essential Mac Apps to Install After a Reformat
  123. Apple Inc. downplays Beatles "speculation" (Reuters)
  124. Another Aspect of Global Warming: Botched Transport
  125. German state seeks $92M from Nokia (AP)
  126. WiebeTech offers two-bay desktop RAID (Macworld.com)
  127. Casino Insider Tells (Almost) All About Security
  128. MacBook Air: So Thin that it Got Thrown Away with Newspapers
  129. France cleared to fund search project (AP)
  130. FCC Considers Taking Action Against Comcast
  131. Google takes control of DoubleClick (AP)
  132. Google seals acquisition of DoubleClick (AFP)
  133. Wi-Fi's End is Near, Ericsson Marketer Predicts (NewsFactor)
  134. Oracle takes on Salesforce, expands Web offerings (Reuters)
  135. Is RIAA's MediaSentry Illegal in Your State?
  136. Fiery Photoshop Space Explosion [Tutorial & PICS]
  137. N. American Indians Turn to Folk Wisdom to Save Planet
  138. Studios Agree to Provide More 3-D for Movie Houses
  139. Google Bid for Doubleclick Gets EU's Blessing
  140. New Mobile Pen Converts Scribbles to Digital Form (NewsFactor)
  141. Nanaimo, The Google Capital of the World
  142. Drugs in water hurting fish, wildlife
  143. Air Force's stealth fighters making final flights
  144. Japan investigates after iPod nano overheats, sparks (AFP)
  145. Japan marks funeral for second-generation phones (AFP)
  146. iPhone SDK Rules Block Skype, Firefox, Java ...
  147. EU approves Google's buy of DoubleClick (Reuters)
  148. Bad News for 3G Mobile Phone Market (PC World)
  149. IBM Pledges $1 Billion to Unified Communications (PC World)
  150. EU clears Google's DoubleClick bid (AP)
  151. Google to Media Companies: We're Your Friend (PC World)
  152. Chunghwa May Sell Chinese Google Phone (PC World)
  153. Qualcomm buys mobile ad targeting company (InfoWorld)
  154. Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Beta 4
  155. Firefox 3 Beta 4 is Out and Available for Download!
  156. Internet TV subscriptions doubled in 2007: Informa (Reuters)
  157. Qualcomm Buys Mobile Ad Company (PC World)
  158. The Disconnect Between Management and the Value of IT
  159. TI reveals bad news in 3G handset market (InfoWorld)
  160. Should Wikipedia Sell Advertising?
  161. BattleBots & ESPN Strike TV Deal
  162. $100 Million for iPhone software applications
  163. Pimp My....Rubiks Cube? Yessir!
  164. MacBook Air Confuses Airport Security
  165. Nokia, techs drop as TI points to 3G weakness (Reuters)
  166. Panic in Multicore Land
  167. Facebook app lets users send movie clips (AP)
  168. Spam from Gmail doubled last month (InfoWorld)
  169. Book Publishers Abandoning DRM
  170. 10 Killer Firefox Extensions You Probably Don’t Know About
  171. Hulu makes public debut, adds Warner Bros shows (Reuters)
  172. Kneel before Toiletron!
  173. Norton AntiVirus Dual Protection for Mac debuts (Macworld.com)
  174. BattleBots & ESPN Stirke TV Deal
  175. Nokia shares to drop as TI points to 3G weakness (Reuters)
  176. 10 Rules For Startups
  177. Endeavour crew works night shift
  178. Linux PCs Discontinued at Wal-Mart Stores
  179. Aperture 2.0: the Ars Technica review
  180. N.Y. Governor Spitzer Linked To Online Prostitution Ring (TechWeb)
  181. Dungeon Master: The Life and Legacy of Gary Gygax
  182. A Facebook Application To Find Blood Donors Fast
  183. TSA can't believe MacBook Air is a real laptop, causes owner
  184. MacBook Air Confuses Airport Security.
  185. March 11, A.D. 105: The Emperor's Court Is No Longer a Paperless Office
  186. How to Fly Through Airport Security
  187. 'Crazy Eddie' Exec Alleges Fraud at Overstock.com
  188. Tenth Anniversary of First Commercial MP3 Player
  189. Yes, that is a BIONIC EYE
  190. Wheelchair Dude, Apple Thesaurus, WTF?
  191. Iger: Disney to reap $1 billion online (AP)
  192. Take-Two shareholders slash stakes (Reuters)
  193. Spitzer interest slows NY Times Web site (AP)
  194. Google to media companies: We're your friend (InfoWorld)
  195. Serena extends Creative Commons license to mashups (InfoWorld)
  196. IBM pledges $1 billion to unified communications (InfoWorld)
  197. Ericsson Predicts Swift End For Wi-Fi Hotspots
  198. Digg Users Riled over Possible Microsoft Takeover
  199. 35 Fantastic HDR Pictures [ Pics ]
  200. EU Probes U.S. Online Gaming Enforcement (PC World)
  201. Silverlight's link to Microsoft developer skills touted (InfoWorld)
  202. Beatles and iTunes At Last?
  203. LEGO Arms Dealer Sells Everything from AK47 to Uzi (PICS)
  204. Wal-Mart ends test of Linux in stores (AP)
  205. Microsoft Cuts Prices for Xbox 360 in Europe (NewsFactor)
  206. The Dirty Jobs of IT
  207. Army $200 Billion Reboot Fizzles; Murtha Wants $20 Billion More
  208. Texas Instruments cuts outlook (AP)
  209. Summer of Code Org Application Deadline Approaches
  210. Flashlight to Flash Fight: The FMG-9 Concept from Magpul
  211. Endeavour Crew to Assemble Giant Robot, in Space
  212. State Lawmaker Wants To Ban Anonymous Posting Online
  213. When an Interview with Zuckerberg turns into a Revolt
  214. Army $200 Billion Reboot Fizzles; Murtha Wants $20 Billion More
  215. How To: Terminate a Terminator
  216. Faces of SXSW: Geeks and Film Freaks
  217. Bell Labs box offers new cell use data (AP)
  218. Poll: Most Americans don't read political blogs (Reuters)
  219. IBM's Palmisano made $20.9M in 2007 (AP)
  220. Counterfeit Chips Raise New Terror, Hacking Fears
  221. Why Aren't More Linux Users Gamers?
  222. Reading Comics
  223. Full Linux Alternative to Exchange Server
  224. Reading Comics
  225. Windows 7 Eyed For Antitrust Violations
  226. Why Apple Will Dominate Next Generation Computing
  227. Microsoft, Sun expand their collaboration (InfoWorld)
  228. Dutch court convicts Nigerian Internet fraudsters (Reuters)
  229. Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 prices in Europe (Reuters)
  230. Oracle upgrades sales force software - analysts (Reuters)
  231. State Lawmaker Wants to Ban Anonymous Posting Online
  232. 20 Websites That Made Me A Better Web Developer
  233. Facebook goes live in French (AFP)
  234. Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 prices in Europe (Reuters)
  235. Google Says Spam, Virus Attacks to Get More Clever
  236. EU launches probe into U.S. online gaming measures (Reuters)
  237. U.S. Water Supply Contains Drugs, Study Finds
  238. Two-Armed Robot Is the Star of Lengthy Shuttle Mission
  239. Light-Fingered S. Korean Loses Chance to be Astronaut
  240. PopChar X adds search for unknown characters (Macworld.com)
  241. IT Labor Shortage Is Just a Myth
  242. Anonymous Comments To Be made Illegal
  243. Mainstream U.S. Media Discovers Ubuntu Linux
  244. Endeavour crew set to lift off, assemble robot
  245. Rare California wolverine caught on camera
  246. New Sprint Phone Connects to Faster Data Network
  247. Circuit City Tries to Find Its Reason for Being
  248. Web Sites Don't Give What Consumers Are After (NewsFactor)
  249. Facebook Interviewer Heckled at Web Conference
  250. The Advertisers are Watching You