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  1. USB Cooler
  2. Virgin Media adds 24,400 new subscribers in quarter (Reuters)
  3. Nvidia offers new Mac programming tools (Macworld.com)
  4. Japan's FTC investigates 2 panel makers (AP)
  5. Wikipedia bans UK government department over editing issues
  6. NASA Plans to Smash Spacecraft into the Moon
  7. Japanese cellphones to turn into 'robot' buddies (AFP)
  8. Microsoft hit with record fine from EU (AP)
  9. Microsoft optimistic on Yahoo merger: senior executive (AFP)
  10. HP looks to stores for inkjet expansion (AP)
  11. Trojan targets Windows Mobile
  12. Google offers team Web site publishing service (Reuters)
  13. Sharp, Hitachi unit raided over cartel allegation (AFP)
  14. Correcting Misperceptions About Evolution
  15. Comcast Class Action Filed For Blocking Internet Use
  16. Nintendo Wii outsells PS3 3.7-to-1 in Japan in Feb (Reuters)
  17. Microsoft's 'Openness' Pledge A Potential Patent Trap, Gartner Warns (TechWeb)
  18. Google gets into Web sites building biz (AP)
  19. Bill Gates links up with LinkedIn (AP)
  20. Google unveils tools to set up Web sites (AP)
  21. FTC investigating Sharp, Hitachi on suspected LCD cartel (Reuters)
  22. Google to ISO: Say no to OOXML
  23. TED 2008: How Good People Turn Evil, From Stanford to Abu Ghraib
  24. NSFW: Disturbing New Photos From Abu Ghraib
  25. The U.S. Patent backlog
  26. What's Wired This Month -- Stargate: SG-1 Reborn, March Madness on Demand, 100 Days o
  27. The Brash Boys at 37signals Will Tell You: Keep it Simple, Stupid
  28. Feb. 28, 1651: 'Father of Surgery' Explains the Head Wound
  29. Analyst: Google's Click-Through Decline Is 'By Design'
  30. Mac vs. PC vs. Linux -- South Park Style
  31. Wikileaks case due back in court (AP)
  32. Vietnam's FPT enters into financial services (FT.com)
  33. Former FBI Agent Calls for a Second Internet
  34. Digg Needs This Feature for Duplicate Stories
  35. Got Obama Junk? ObamaCycle.com Salvages T-Shirts, Signs
  36. New Air Force Recruitment Campaign Touts Fledgling 'Cyber Command'
  37. Amazon spent $1.6M lobbying government (AP)
  38. Vonage lobbied on competition (AP)
  39. Tech That Could Make Commuting Fun (PC World)
  40. FreeBSD 7.0 Release Now Available
  41. Worst hard drive crash ever [pics]
  42. Huge Leak: Database of 8,700+ stolen cooperate FTP accounts
  43. New Facebook App Lets Groups Issue Ultimatums
  44. Gallery: Eco-Friendly Gadgets for Your Home and Your 'Hood
  45. Yahoo battling 7 shareholder suits (AP)
  46. Use of Google for data triggers fears (AP)
  47. Microsoft launches new server software (AP)
  48. Firefox 3 Performance Gets a Boost
  49. Oregon State increases reliance on Macs
  50. Wired Epidemiology: Is a Nasty Cold Going Around?
  51. Analyst Firm Says Apple is Splurging on R&D and Air Travel
  52. Wikileaks case due back in court (AP)
  53. NASA Looking For "Diamonds In The Sky"
  54. How Do You Find Programming Superstars?
  55. EFF, ACLU Back WikiLeaks
  56. Killer Military Robot Arms Race Underway?
  57. Air Force Blocks Access to Many Blogs
  58. HP iPaq Travel Companion 310 Is a Globetrotter's BFF
  59. Review: Chumby, the Internet beanbag (AP)
  60. Nuvio sues Garmin over Nuviphone (AP)
  61. Opera chooses Google as default search in mobile browser (InfoWorld)
  62. Microsoft Launches Server 2008 With 'Heroes' Theme (NewsFactor)
  63. Nanoparticles Could Make Hydrogen Cheaper Than Gasoline
  64. Facebook Readies iPhone-Inspired Redesign
  65. New York Times's About.com chief to leave (Reuters)
  66. Apple to divulge iPhone software plans (Reuters)
  67. Microsoft touts Longhorn security (InfoWorld)
  68. Ballmer launches Windows Server 2008, lauds user base (InfoWorld)
  69. German Court Abolishes German Snooping Law
  70. Apple iPhone SDK Event - March 6
  71. German court allows limited Internet surveillance (AFP)
  72. Nortel 4Q loss widens, cuts work force (AP)
  73. Lawmakers debate mobile consumer rights bill (InfoWorld)
  74. EC Fines Microsoft $1.35 Billion for Stifling Innovation (NewsFactor)
  75. Mac OS X Leopard Edition: The Missing Manual
  76. Why Do Mormons Make Such Good Sci-Fi Writers?
  77. Powerset Co-Founder to Launch Crowdsourced Green VC Fund
  78. William F. Buckley Jr., the Erudite Conservative, Dies at 82
  79. Surfer-Physicist A. Garrett Lisi's Unified Theory Leads to Fame, Backlash
  80. New Sony Blu-ray Players Have Advanced Features (NewsFactor)
  81. Alaskan Village Sues Over Global Warming
  82. Giant Sheets Of Dark Matter Detected
  83. Internet company sued for holding names (AP)
  84. AT&T whistle-blower among award winners (AP)
  85. Apple to talk iPhone software plans on March 6 (Reuters)
  86. O2 warned over deficit in 3G coverage (FT.com)
  87. Giant Sheets Of Dark Matter Detected
  88. Zibri's iPhone jailbreak works with 1.1.4
  89. FCC Hearing: Comcast Caught Paying People to Fill the Room
  90. It's Red China Again, Thanks to a Badly Polluted River
  91. First pages of Encyclopedia of Life go online (AFP)
  92. Diebold Leaks 2008 Election Results
  93. Even Pristine Areas Badly Contaminated, Study Shows
  94. The Beckoning Promise of Personal Fabrication
  95. Canada tells troops not to post Facebook info
  96. Google Stock Slides as Online Advertising Loses Steam
  97. German Court Affirms Computer Privacy as a Constitutional Right
  98. EU Drops the Hammer Again, Fining Microsoft $1.3 Billion
  99. Apple's iTunes Store Is No. 2 in Music Sales (NewsFactor)
  100. Sony Shows Hand-Powered Gadgets for Kids (PC World)
  101. Feds Block EFF Look at Google/DoJ Contacts
  102. Pakistan lifts YouTube ban
  103. Overseas sales could revive Apple as Wall Street darling
  104. NY AG subpoenas Comcast on broadband (AP)
  105. Woomail Wants To Woo You Away from Spam (NewsFactor)
  106. Microsoft Trying to Appeal to the Unix Crowd?
  107. Blockbuster year for mobile phones (InfoWorld)
  108. Microsoft has High Hopes for Windows Server 2008 (PC World)
  109. Server Revenue Could Slow (PC World)
  110. EFF, UCLA Back WikiLeaks
  111. Union to hijack global search engine - Google!
  112. German court shoots down PC surveillance (AP)
  113. Is Google Ad Traffic Really Dropping? (PC World)
  114. Verizon Readies Open-Network Specs (PC World)
  115. EU hits Microsoft with record 899 million euro antitrust fine (AFP)
  116. Microsoft enters virtualization with Windows server (Reuters)
  117. Wireless worms will follow influenza's example
  118. Google ad drop may not signal problems (InfoWorld)
  119. New HP Storage Serves Midsize Businesses (PC World)
  120. EU Fines Microsoft $1.3 Billion
  121. MySpace and TMZ launch Web channel (Reuters)
  122. The week in video-game news (AP)
  123. Asteroid Mission Competition Announces Winner
  124. Gotcha, CAPTCHA! Gmail bot detector system cracked
  125. Microsoft must pay $1.4bn to EU!
  126. Microsoft has high expectations for Windows Server 2008 (InfoWorld)
  127. EU fines Microsoft record $1.3 billion (AP)
  128. Veoh aims to be one-stop shop for Net TV viewers (USATODAY.com)
  129. IBM plans $15B in buybacks, announces new mainframe (USATODAY.com)
  130. EA could go hostile with Take-Two bid: report (Reuters)
  131. Six Steps to Speeding up Trains
  132. EU fines Microsoft record $1.35 billion (Reuters)
  133. Encyclopedia of Life Launches First 30,000 Pages
  134. Emerging markets help Royal & Sun soak up flood losses (FT.com)
  135. iPhone 1.1.4 update now available (Macworld.com)
  136. PS3 DualShock 3 controller coming in April (Macworld.com)
  137. Beta Watch: Circos, Sosius, and Blist (PC World)
  138. Gaffes That Keep IT Geeks From the Boardroom
  139. What PayPal does with your money?
  140. Best Buy Drops Xbox HD DVD Player Price To $50 (TechWeb)
  141. The Truth About Autism: Scientists Reconsider What They Think They Know
  142. Consumer Reports' Secret Shoppers Have Lots of Explaining to Do
  143. Astronomers Say Dying Sun Will Engulf Earth
  144. Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits
  145. Wall Street lifts on IBM stock buyback (AP)
  146. MediaDefender Parent Company Facing Liquidation
  147. Comcast PAID PEOPLE to cheer at FCC net neutrality hearing
  148. Gmail CAPTCHA Cracked
  149. Top 3 Indie Games to Watch Out For
  150. Gallery: CO2-Absorbing Crystals Just the Tip of Iceberg for UCLA Lab
  151. Feb. 27, 1812: Rage, Rage Against the Industrial Age
  152. Alt Text: Beware the Curse of YouTube's Hideous Archive
  153. Adobe's Kevin Lynch on AIR's Open-Source Road to the Desktop
  154. Nostalgic Allure Fuels 'Street Fighter IV'
  155. Competition for Asteroid Hunter Announces Winner
  156. How to Speed Up Windows Vista
  157. WaveMaker to ship upgrade to AJAX apps framework (InfoWorld)
  158. DreamWorks waiting for cue from Toshiba on Blu-ray (Reuters)
  159. If IP Is Property, Where Is the Property Tax?
  160. Its OK, I use Linux (pic)
  161. WHO: Stop Drug-Resistant TB Before It's Too Late
  162. Allegations fly in FCC hearing aftermath (AP)
  163. Verizon's first open-network specs coming March 19 (InfoWorld)
  164. Bloodsuckers Vs. Lifesavers (Investor's Business Daily)
  165. The top 10 Web sites you've never heard of
  166. The future of videogames
  167. 2008 vs. 1988 tech: cost and comparison
  168. With tech, there's nowhere to hide
  169. How to troubleshoot your home network
  170. 25 days that changed everything
  171. Group sues Justice for Google contacts (AP)
  172. PS3 DualShock 3 controller coming in April (Macworld.com)
  173. 6 Adobe AIR Apps Worth a Look
  174. MySpace Takes a Stab at Reality TV With 'Special Delivery'
  175. Group sues Justice for Google contacts (AP)
  176. Novell Buys Software Maker PlateSpin for $205 Million (NewsFactor)
  177. Reactor Shutdown Darkens South Florida
  178. On the Ropes, Vonage Struggles for a Comeback
  179. 'Brewster Place', Ruhl, Kudisch, Carmello, Schaeffer, 'Meet John Doe' Are Helen Hayes
  180. VMware Inks Virtualization Deals With Server Makers (NewsFactor)
  181. Comcast Gets Hard Up At FCC Meeting
  182. RIAA Expert Witness Called "Borderline Incompetent"
  183. Google slips amid signs of ad slowdown (AP)
  184. Comcast Executive Grilled at FCC Hearing (NewsFactor)
  185. EU Funds P2P-Based Internet TV Standard
  186. Comcast, net neutrality advocates clash at FCC hearing
  187. Digg.com Town Hall Wrap-up
  188. [PICS] The Sad Final Days of a CompUSA
  189. Six Steps to Speeding Up Trains in the United States
  190. Waiting-room computers offer Web, info (AP)
  191. Google Invests in One of Four Transpacific Cables (NewsFactor)
  192. Patent court rules on Microsoft, Amado case (Reuters)
  193. Spreading "1 in 5" Number Does More Harm Than Good
  194. NY AG subpoenas Comcast on broadband (AP)
  195. Adobe extending Flash platform (InfoWorld)
  196. Tetris Creator Claims FOSS Destroys the Market
  197. Microsoft Hotmail down for some (AP)
  198. Yahoo Open Search Gives Users Richer Results
  199. Yahoo Puts the 'Buzz' in Social News, Launches Digg Competitor
  200. Norwegians Plant 'Doomsday' Seed Vault in Arctic Mountain
  201. EMC plans to release online services software after Pi buy (InfoWorld)
  202. Apple Boosts MacBook Pro Speed, Graphics (NewsFactor)
  203. Cisco Lawyer Outs Self As "Patent Troll Tracker"
  204. iTunes now the No. 2 music retailer in the US
  205. Google Shocker: Paid Click Hits Wall
  206. Can Airplanes Fly on Biofuel?
  207. Digg Firefox Extension
  208. iPod/iPhone firmware update 1.1.4 released
  209. Lenovo's ThinkPad X300 Tops MacBook Air Features (NewsFactor)
  210. Utah Wants To Give ISPs That Filter a "G-Rating"
  211. Lenovo unveils ultrathin ThinkPad X300 laptop (Macworld.com)
  212. RoadRunner Intercepting Domain Typos
  213. RIAA fails again to get default judgment in uncontested case
  214. Yahoo Buzz Ranks Web Content by Votes and Searches (NewsFactor)
  215. Sun's CEO talks up buy as MySQL deal closes (InfoWorld)
  216. Embedded virtualization set to lure SMBs (InfoWorld)
  217. RoadRunner Intercepting Domain Typos
  218. Treasure hunters dig for Hitler's gold
  219. IBM board authorizes $15 billion share buyback (Reuters)
  220. Nokia Unveils Shape Changing Nano-phone Concept
  221. Getting The Public To Listen To Good Science
  222. Linux user in Vista land.
  223. Sony to introduce new Blu-ray players (AP)
  224. IBM's Latest Mainframe Saves Energy, 50 Percent Faster
  225. ABC Offers Top Shows as Free Video -- With a Catch
  226. Lessig not Running for Congress (PC World)
  227. Siemens to cut 3,800 jobs in telecom unit (InfoWorld)
  228. Australian Internet Filter Enters Trial Phase
  229. Pakistan bans YouTube for these videos of Muhammed
  230. IBM increases outlook and buyback plans (AP)
  231. Wall Street lifts on IBM stock buyback (AP)
  232. Taliban Demands Downtime on Afghanistan Cellphone Networks
  233. 'Grand Theft' maker: $2 billion not enough
  234. Storms give Oregon new look at history
  235. IBM launches z10 mainframe (InfoWorld)
  236. 7 Jobs That Nokia's Phone of the Future Will Be Good For
  237. Apple's iTunes grows to No. 2 U.S. music retailer (Reuters)
  238. IBM bolsters software development for System z10 mainframes (InfoWorld)
  239. Spreading "1 in 5" Number Does More Harm Than Good
  240. Antidepressants Work No Better Than a Placebo
  241. Microsoft to test new measure of Web ads (Reuters)
  242. BlackBerry Stumbles in Taiwan (PC World)
  243. YouTube Outage Underscores Internet Flaw (PC World)
  244. Open US GPS Data?
  245. Adobe AIR 1.0 is out!
  246. New MacBook Pro More Powerful, Has Multitouch Trackpad
  247. Google part of group building cable to Japan (InfoWorld)
  248. BlackBerry stumbles over words in Taiwan (InfoWorld)
  249. New Tools Available for Network-Centric Warfare
  250. 'Doomsday' seed vault opens in Norway