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  1. 10 broken technology ideas -- and how to fix them
  2. When Mom or Dad Asks To Be a Facebook 'Friend'
  3. The first Gnash beta is out
  4. Verizon Wireless sees double-digit revenue growth (Reuters)
  5. Chinese hackers: No site is safe
  6. Europe's rocket launches to space
  7. Ericsson predicts demise of hotspots (InfoWorld)
  8. Should Scientists Date People Who Believe Astrology?
  9. Sprint phone first to use fast network (AP)
  10. Circuit City tries to reinvent itself (AP)
  11. Analyst Warns of CPU Glut (PC World)
  12. IBM, Hitachi Team on Chip Research (PC World)
  13. Unreal Creator Proclaims PCs are Not For Gaming
  14. IBM, Hitachi team up to advance chip research (InfoWorld)
  15. Cat Ownership Correlated With Heart Health
  16. Facebook app lets users send movie clips (AP)
  17. Gartner warns of rising chip inventories (InfoWorld)
  18. Ericsson did not violate exchange rules (AP)
  19. Finally The Beatles are coming to itunes!!
  20. Historic IBM Building 25 in San Jose destroyed by fire
  21. T-Ray Camera Sees Through Clothes, Preserves Privacy
  22. Game developers bullish on iPhone (Macworld.com)
  23. Dropping 22TB of patches on 6,500 PCs in 4 hours: BitTorrent
  24. The Battle For Wikipedia's Soul
  25. It's the Web Awards, and Wired Brings One Home
  26. With Linux, Antivirus Software is Dead [ PIC ]
  27. Microsoft will not rush Yahoo merger says exec: FT (Reuters)
  28. This Year's Twitter? A Simple Scheduling App That Brings Order
  29. Microsoft Takes Another Step Toward Software As A Service (TechWeb)
  30. Bad Science Journalism Gets Schooled
  31. Glass Stairs
  32. How Webmasters Get Exercise
  33. The History of Tux, the Linux Penguin
  34. Wired.com Photo Contest: Self-Portrait
  35. Top 10 Red Photos, Decided by You
  36. March 10, 1876: 'Mr. Watson, Come Here ... '
  37. How to Set Up a Turntable
  38. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Red Photo Contest
  39. Commentary: Gamers Get Their Kicks From Dying
  40. IE 5.5 Beats IE6 and IE7 On Acid 3
  41. Anonymize BitTorrent Transfers with BTGuard
  42. Zuckerberg Keynote Descends Into Chaos, Audience Takes Over
  43. NVIDIA Performance On Linux, Solaris, & Vista
  44. Why is switching XP for Vista an “upgrade”?
  45. Linix is Beautiful: KDE 4.1: Visual Changelog (rev 783000)
  46. Meebo Users Plot Revolt During Dull Panels
  47. Drugs In Our Drinking Water
  48. Space Station Will Get Help From Giant Robot
  49. Software Companies Want Patent Reform by Congress (PC World)
  50. Fox Web site rocks as "Idol" returns (Reuters)
  51. 3-D Animator Sees a Future in Security, Architecture (PC World)
  52. Microsoft Tries To Prevent Further Discovery
  53. Great gadget ruined by form factor
  54. Facebook Launches Thousands of Movie Clips on New App
  55. Do You Teach Your Kids About Darwin?
  56. German Police Raid 51 CeBIT Stands Over Patent Claims
  57. Should Scientists Date People Who Believe in Astrology?
  58. Video Games Are Launching Rock-n-Roll Careers
  59. The BitTorrent Legend Returns: I Am aXXo
  60. Physicists Store, Retrieve a "Squeezed Vacuum"
  61. Amazon: What are you hiding?
  62. Notebook Sales Get a Boost from Retailers (PC World)
  63. Jonathan Zittrain On the Future of the Internet
  64. Intel Ramps Up 45nm Chip Production, Announces 'Atom' Line
  65. Intel Ramps Up 45nm Chip Production, Announces 'Atom' Line
  66. A New Paradigm For Web Browsing
  67. 33 Awesome Body Enhancement Photoshop Tutorials
  68. Yahoo Dethroned in Taiwan (PC World)
  69. European Space Agency Launches New Orbital Supply Ship
  70. Expedia Launches in India (PC World)
  71. Wikileaks Calls For Global Boycott Against eNom
  72. Olympic Web Site Features Pirated Content
  73. Game developers bullish on iPhone (Macworld.com)
  74. Lessig On Corruption and Reform
  75. Using Mathematica to decorate Easter Eggs
  76. Microsoft Takes Another Step Toward Software As A Service (TechWeb)
  77. New Device for Germophobes Runs Into Old Law
  78. Lessig Questions Pirate Party’s Existence
  79. Verizon, Fiber Or Die?
  80. Recycle lamp shade
  81. Seven Fake Startups Compete for 'Worst Website Ever'
  82. Pot, BBQ and Twitter Mania at SXSW
  83. Super High Me Smokes the First Day of Film Screenings
  84. Japan IDs All Its Citizens
  85. Hitchhiker's Guide Turns 30
  86. Sun Bringing Java to iPhone
  87. Volcanic View of the Internet (PC World)
  88. What Every Man Wants in Bed
  89. Counter-Claims On Flaws In OOXML Meeting
  90. US Air Force Issues DMCA Takedown Notice
  91. Air Force Cyber Command's New Weapon: DMCA Notices
  92. Loyalty Cards May Go Online (PC World)
  93. White House Email Follies
  94. Donkey Kong and Me
  95. Novell Exec Gripes About Patent Deal with Microsoft (PC World)
  96. Why YouTube should fear Hulu
  97. Sun Is Porting Java To the iPhone
  98. Twitter is The New Facebook
  99. HD-DVD and the Early Adopter Premium
  100. Apple Campus vs. Microsoft Campus: One Visitor's UI Review
  101. Mega-Cash Prizes and Revolutionary Science
  102. Motorola's Mobile Division Loses Another Exec (PC World)
  103. Intel Patents On-Chip Cosmic Ray Detectors
  104. Software Piracy Conviction Sends Two to Jail (PC World)
  105. Hitchhiker's Guide Turns 30
  106. Google's Doubleclick Bid Expected to Proceed Soon (PC World)
  107. What the Digg Effect Means for Servers
  108. Cyber Storm II Set To Begin
  109. Nissan goes green in new US headquarters (AP)
  110. Greener cell power presents challenges (AP)
  111. Norwegian Broadcaster Evaluates BitTorrent Distribution Costs
  112. Game developers bullish on iPhone (Macworld.com)
  113. Making the phone-PC connection
  114. User-Generated Content Vs. Experts
  115. Sun Moves OpenOffice Under LGPLv3 Protections (TechWeb)
  116. Can the iPhone be everything to everyone?
  117. Google Report Highlights Spam As Top Security Issue (TechWeb)
  118. Google Ad Adjustment Threatens Bloated Web Pages (TechWeb)
  119. Tiny huge 1 terrabyte optical disk
  120. Pentagon Hid Magnitude of Data Loss From Recent Breach
  121. Make a Suit of Chainmail Armor From Soda Can Tabs
  122. British Airport Will Require Fingerprints From Domestic Passengers
  123. Steve jobs face designed with apple products
  124. You Suck at Photoshop #8
  125. Compiz Fusion 0.7.2 Released
  126. CeBIT Highlights Include 3-D, Wearable Tech, Ultramobility
  127. ICANN Wants To End Commerce Dept. Oversight In 2009
  128. Chicago Links School Cameras To Police
  129. Ultimate Ears iPhone Earbuds Let You Look Pretty, Talk Pretty
  130. Former head of Motorola handset business steps down (InfoWorld)
  131. Powerful Optical Telescope Captures First Binocular Images
  132. 2 top Yahoo execs get bigger bonuses (AP)
  133. AccuRev, Electric Cloud software build partnership detailed (InfoWorld)
  134. Motorola mobile exec Reed leaves (AP)
  135. ICANN Looks Toward End of U.S. Agreement (PC World)
  136. TI CEO got $10.3 million (AP)
  137. ICANN Wants to End Commerce Dept. Oversight in 2009
  138. BitTorrent Throttling Company Sandvine Sees Sales Down 88%
  139. Fark.com gets Dugg, threatening collapse of space-time
  140. Wine 0.9.57 released
  141. What the iPhone 2.0 Will Do (PC World)
  142. Cloudbooks May Include Intel's Diamondville Processor (PC World)
  143. New Book Cuts Through Violent Video Game Myths
  144. Chicago Links School Cameras to Police
  145. BBC iPlayer comes to the iPhone
  146. Brothers sentenced for software piracy (InfoWorld)
  147. Some Enterprise Observers Want a Closer Look at iPhone (NewsFactor)
  148. CloudBooks may use Intel's Diamondville processor (InfoWorld)
  149. Sun: We'll put Java on the iPhone (InfoWorld)
  150. Homemade Robot Patrols Atlanta Streets
  151. Rumors and Speculation
  152. Pentagon attack last June stole an "amazing amount" of data
  153. Air Force Cyber Command's New Weapon: DMCA Notices
  154. Kleiner Makes a $100 Million Bet on the iPhone
  155. MobiTV seeks to shut down Web forum (AP)
  156. ICANN looks toward end of US agreement (InfoWorld)
  157. House IP Leader Endorses P2P Blocking
  158. Audio: Helpful Hacker Gives a Security Lesson to Paris Hilton
  159. How to Burn a DVD on Your Mac
  160. The Autopia WTF? Geneva Motor Show Caption Contest
  161. Solar Company Says Its Tech Can Power 90 Percent of Grid AND Cars
  162. Sony May Let Rival Microsoft Put Blu-ray on Xbox (NewsFactor)
  163. De Icaza Regrets Novell/Microsoft Pact
  164. If Microsoft Invented Linux...
  165. US Gov deletes .COM domains of Europe-based Cuba travel site
  166. Greener cell power presents challenges (AP)
  167. Jobs Says Flash Video Not Suitable for iPhone
  168. NASA to Test Emergency Ability of New Spacecraft
  169. SCO Preps Appeals Against Novell and IBM
  170. Will Mars be a One-way Trip?
  171. Feds Have a High-Speed Backdoor Into Wireless Carrier
  172. Record Box Office Indicates MPAA 'Piracy Problem' Hot Air
  173. AOL Opens Up the AIM Instant Messaging Network
  174. CS Degrees Low in 2007 But Bouncing Back
  175. Telephony Fraudster Gets Lifetime Ban from Telecom Business
  176. Acid3 Test Released
  177. The Copyright Crusade a Lost Cause?
  178. Apache Cookbook 2nd Edition
  179. Jimmy Wales Faces Allegations of Corruption
  180. Internet Explorer 8 Beta Features Revealed
  181. Linus Denounces NDISWrapper, Denies It GPL Status
  182. Cell carriers fight backup power rule (AP)
  183. Bill of Rights for the Digital Age
  184. A Piano that Looks more Like a Futuristic Spaceship [PICS]
  185. NASA Running Out of Plutonium
  186. Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) Alpha 6 Released
  187. Intel builds 100,000 45 nm CPUs - every day
  188. Apple Opens iPhone, But Key Restrictions Remain
  189. Apple Opens iPhone to the Enterprise, but Keeps the Keys (NewsFactor)
  190. The Universe Is 13.73 Billion Years Old
  191. Sonic the Hedgehog, climate killer? (AFP)
  192. NVIDIA Doubts Ray Tracing Is the Future of Games
  193. Pentagon bans Google map-makers
  194. CBS and AOL combine online radio networks (Reuters)
  195. HP Labs Decides to Consolidate Its Big Ideas
  196. Captain Ahab, They've Found Your White Whale
  197. Posting Publicly Available URL Claimed a "Hack"
  198. Google Maps the Earth ... Except for U.S. Military Bases
  199. A Pioneer No Longer: Company Gives Up Plasma TVs
  200. Silverlight For iPhone Next? (PC World)
  201. The Myth of the "Transparent Society"
  202. Little Demand Yet For Silverlight Developers
  203. Google Pulls Map Images At Pentagon's Request
  204. Ubuntu: next release will be the critical one
  205. Scientists spot white killer whale off Alaska
  206. Samsung's music-mobile phone takes on Apple (InfoWorld)
  207. Google Pulls Map Images At Pentagon's Request
  208. Germans move to games consoles from PCs (Reuters)
  209. OpenOffice.Org Now Under LGPLv3
  210. Google, Microsoft Bidding For Digg
  211. Apple Targeting Business World for the iPhone
  212. Apple opens up iPhone for business (USATODAY.com)
  213. Student Faces Expulsion for Facebook Study Group
  214. Pioneer to stop making plasma panels (AP)
  215. Pioneer to post loss, exit plasma display production (Reuters)
  216. HP focuses research on Internet era opportunities (AFP)
  217. Ten Questions I Still Have About iPhone Software (PC World)
  218. National "Dragnet" Connecting at State, Local Level
  219. Pioneer to quit plasma panel output (Reuters)
  220. Whistleblower: cellular carrier giving FBI unfettered access
  221. Officially WOW: Magnificent 360° View of a A380 Flight Deck
  222. Cell Phones Beat Out Internet, TV As Must-Have (TechWeb)
  223. Open Source Robot for Household Tasks
  224. 5 Amazing Mac Apps for Getting Things Done
  225. Apple Reveals iPhone SDK
  226. Apple to Allow VoIP Over WiFi
  227. Youngest Billionaire ever: Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg
  228. Malaysian granny blogs in Cyperspace poll battle (Reuters)
  229. March 7, 1897: First Morning of the Corn Flake
  230. It's a Safe Bet VW Will Build the Golf Diesel Hybrid, But We May Not Get It
  231. Apple opens iPhone software to outside developers (AFP)
  232. Controversial Section of PRO-IP Act Cut
  233. The 10 Most Wired Cars of the Geneva Motor Show
  234. Canon to boost China output of digital cameras (Reuters)
  235. Apple tweaks iPhone for business uses (AP)
  236. HP labs to focus on fewer projects (AP)
  237. Microsoft CEO says catching Google is goal (Reuters)
  238. Brad Paisley, Sugarland lead CMT noms (AP)
  239. Etech Yearbook 2008: Meet the Faces of Innovation
  240. Lawsuit Could Force RIAA To Reveal Secrets
  241. How to make the (new) iPhone work at work (InfoWorld)
  242. Rings Discovered Around a Moon for the First Time
  243. FBI Admits More Privacy Violations
  244. Pentagon bans Google teams from bases (AP)
  245. US military blocks Google from mapping bases (AFP)
  246. More Privacy Violations Admitted by the FBI
  247. SXSW, aka 'Spring Break for the Internet,' Returns to Austin
  248. Lessig Calls on Geeks to Code the Money Out of Politics
  249. iPhone SDK exceeds developer expectations (InfoWorld)
  250. iPhone SDK comparison chart!