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  1. Warner Bros. picks Blu-ray over HD-DVD (AP)
  2. Intel severs alliance with One Laptop Per Child (AFP)
  3. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray DVD format exclusively (Reuters)
  4. Digital commerce hits record high in '07 (Reuters)
  5. Who Owns Your Social Data? You Do, Sort of
  6. Interview with Red Hat's New CEO
  7. Sony BMG Dropping DRM
  8. Leah Culver Talks Pownce
  9. Warner Brothers Goes Blu-Ray Exclusive!
  10. Laptop project blames Intel for breakup (AP)
  11. Owner of JDate Web site considers sale: source (Reuters)
  12. RIP DRM: Last Major Label Will Ditch Restrictions
  13. Warner Bros. to use Blu-ray for DVDs (AP)
  14. U.S. Album Sales Decline as Digital Sales Make Tracks
  15. Suit Demands Apple License Microsoft DRM (NewsFactor)
  16. Mars Rover, Spirit, Turns 4
  17. Bloggers anticipate surprises at gadget show
  18. Intel quits One Laptop Per Child
  19. Warner Bros to back Blu-ray exclusively: sources (Reuters)
  20. Is Apple Killing Linux on the Desktop?
  21. OpenMoko Finally Goes Gold [Unveiled] !!
  22. Xbox Live falters over holidays (AP)
  23. Meraki Gives Free Wi-Fi to San Francisco (NewsFactor)
  24. Google Algorithm to Search Out Hospital Superbugs
  25. Way to Kick a Coke Habit? Mix Tranquilizers, Hormone Blockers
  26. Electronics makers vie to make machines green (Reuters)
  27. DRM Officially Dead: Last Major Label Sony Plans to Drop DRM
  28. Intel Breaks Up With 'One Laptop Per Child'
  29. Don't bet on Gates' keynote predictions (AP)
  30. New Motorola CEO has lessons from past (AP)
  31. Red Hat CEO targets Oracle, Microsoft (AP)
  32. Did Insects Kill the Dinosaurs?
  33. Scientist Suggests We Explore 'Universe is a VR Simulation' Theory
  34. Hackable Linux phone upgraded
  35. The ethics of Stealing Wifi
  36. Math is beautiful (pic)
  37. Intel Bails Out on One Laptop Per Child Program
  38. Intel Turns Its Back on OLPC Project (NewsFactor)
  39. Red Hat CEO says committed to open source (Reuters)
  40. Reverse Engineer Finds Kindle's Hidden Features
  41. Water lawn with your bath water
  42. 5 Great Acquisition Targets for 2008
  43. Preserved Mammoth Could Provide Global Warming Clues
  44. New Year's Eve Glitches Underscore Limitations of Texting, Mobiles
  45. Science to Government: Evolution Is a Fact, So Teach It
  46. Class-action suit charges Apple with music monopoly (InfoWorld)
  47. Wi-Fi Startup to Pick Up Where Google Left Off in SF (PC World)
  48. Researchers Say Wi-Fi Virus Outbreak Possible
  49. A New Attempt to Make S.F. a Truly Wireless Town
  50. EFF Busts Bogus Online Testing Patent
  51. Wi-Fi startup to pick up where Google left off in SF (InfoWorld)
  52. Firefox Spoofing Bug Puts Passwords At Risk
  53. OLPC: Won't Miss Intel's 'Half-Hearted' Laptop Effort (PC World)
  54. Microsoft Patents Frustration-Detection System
  55. Gadget show going green
  56. More delays for shuttle Atlantis
  57. China limits Internet video
  58. Very official MacWorld prediction form - madlibs style
  59. TV car show host wins online backing for British PM (Reuters)
  60. Intel Resigns from One Laptop Per Child Project
  61. Patched Mac QuickBooks still deletes data
  62. Close source is dead, open source is the way to innovation!
  63. OLPC: Won't miss Intel's 'half-hearted' laptop effort (InfoWorld)
  64. Q&A: Intel CEO sets sights on consumer electronics (USATODAY.com)
  65. EU Encouraging Standardized DRM, Licensing
  66. Mobile Hard Drives Hit 500GB
  67. Bury Recorder 0.2 Beta Just Released
  68. A Heart-to-Heart with GigaOM Readers
  69. CORRECTION: Microsoft touts Xbox sales but laments online woes (Reuters)
  70. Proof That Practice Does Make Perfect
  71. Aaron Seigo talks about the imminent release of KDE 4.0
  72. Congestion causes text message slowdown (AP)
  73. Microsoft promises free game after online woes (Reuters)
  74. Startup revives free Wi-Fi hopes in S.F. (AP)
  75. Startup aims for free Wi-Fi in Frisco (AP)
  76. Microsoft says Xbox sales hit 17.7 million units (Reuters)
  77. MS Drops Licensing Restrictions from Web Server 2008
  78. Intel quits One Laptop Per Child program (AP)
  79. 68 Linux Related Free E-books
  80. Chyrp: A brand new lightweight blogging engine
  81. A Wi-Fi Virus Outbreak? It's Possible (PC World)
  82. Microsoft markets Linux and makes Novell rich
  83. First Look: Microsoft Office for Mac 2008
  84. Sex Drive: Deaf Porn Gives Viewers an Eye-Opener
  85. New 3-D Technique From RabbitHoles Makes Posters Pop
  86. Jan. 4, 1903: Edison Fries an Elephant to Prove His Point
  87. Intel drops out of One Laptop Per Child program (Reuters)
  88. Spammer Alan Ralsky Indicted
  89. Qimonda, Macronix join in memory development pact (InfoWorld)
  90. IBM restructures systems division (InfoWorld)
  91. 500-fold Increase in Data Flow from SETI Telescope
  92. How to surf the web even if Internet Explorer is disabled
  93. Dell's Crystal LCD Monitor Finally Debuts - BEAUTIFUL
  94. The 20 Best iPhone and iPod touch Applications
  95. China limits providers of Internet video (AP)
  96. Wired Magazine: On iTunes, a Careless Click May Buy You an Imposter
  97. Best Seats for Meteor Shower Tonight? At 47,000 Feet
  98. Apache Wicket 1.3 set for Java Web development (InfoWorld)
  99. US raises case of arrested blogger with Saudis (AFP)
  100. Facebook hack fuels Web 2.0 concerns (InfoWorld)
  101. HD Monitor Causes DRM Issues with Netflix
  102. Surveillance Rights for the Public?
  103. Apple Tablet Mockup - The iPhone on Steroids! (w/Video)
  104. 5 tips every new Linux user should know
  105. Microsoft Money Pushes Time-Lapse Space Camera Closer to Action
  106. Outlook 2008: Digital (AdWeek.com)
  107. Stern Measures Keep NASA's Kepler Mission on Track
  108. Culture-Jamming Decapitator Hacks London Ads
  109. "Major Nelson" emerges as face of Xbox (Reuters)
  110. IPv6: coming to a root server near you
  111. Top 50 Design Posts of 2007
  112. Taser Death Parody Video Outrages Canada
  113. Gadgets to go green at electronics show (AP)
  114. Locals want more from IBM for pollution (AP)
  115. Motorola unveils mobile live TV device (Reuters)
  116. Suit says IBM dumped chemicals in New York state (Reuters)
  117. Antitrust Suit Filed To Halt Apple 'Music Monopoly'
  118. UK Moves to Outlaw 'Hacker Tools'
  119. Shatner, Priceline enjoy 10 years together
  120. Questions to Consider in the Coming Privacy Wars
  121. Stanford Scientist Links Rising CO2 Emissions and Increased Mortality
  122. Plaxo's New Address Book Importer Provokes Facebook's Wrath
  123. Gadget lovers seek out 2008's hottest products (Reuters)
  124. Four Root DNS Servers Go IPv6 On February 4th
  125. Wiimote Used for Minority Report User Interface
  126. Netflix developing movie set-top-box with LG
  127. Apple patents a Maxiumus-alike keyboard, iMac MacBook dock
  128. Fraudsters Target Facebook With Phishing Scam
  129. ChaCha Debuts Human-Powered Mobile Search (NewsFactor)
  130. Motorola device lets you bring DVR content anywhere you go (InfoWorld)
  131. Microsoft prepares two Windows security updates (InfoWorld)
  132. LG & Netflix Team Up to Offer Downloadable Movies on TV
  133. Chatting While Driving Slows Traffic (NewsFactor)
  134. CES to highlight tech for greening homes (AP)
  135. The Trouble with Virtualization - Cranky IT Staffs
  136. Apple set to ship Macs with Blu-ray support
  137. iPhone, Garmen, and top 10 Gadgets of 2007
  138. Revision3 Announces Record 2007!
  139. Hitachi to debut 500 GB laptop drives (AP)
  140. Auto Industry Arguments Against California's CO2 Rule — Just Hot Air?
  141. Finally: your TV connected to the Web (InfoWorld)
  142. Lenovo Announces the IdeaPad
  143. SanDisk USB Drive Offers Web Backup (NewsFactor)
  144. NetApp to Buy Storage-Management Vendor (PC World)
  145. Why Facebook will never give your data back
  146. IBM hardware group in big restructuring (AP)
  147. Lenovo Launches New IdeaPad Line (NewsFactor)
  148. Correction - Mr Auchi (FT.com)
  149. 3Com Acquisition Under Investigation (PC World)
  150. Russia Weighs Going Cyrillic For DNS
  151. Cocaine Vaccine In the Works
  152. Alaskan Oil Leases Assailed as Environmentally Dangerous
  153. EU seeks single market for online services (Reuters)
  154. Get Ready for the Terabyte Notebook (NewsFactor)
  155. Sears Installs Spyware
  156. Hardy Heron Features
  157. WiFi flu: viral router attack could hit whole cities
  158. Natural Causes to Arctic Warming, Too, but Man Still a Huge Factor
  159. China Tightens Grip on Online Video Broadcasting
  160. Netflix Will Deliver Movies Straight to Your TV
  161. Boston Power Expanding Laptop Battery Production (PC World)
  162. NetApp to buy Onaro to boost storage management (InfoWorld)
  163. MS To Push Silverlight Via Redesigned Microsoft.com
  164. Apple Docking Patent Works Great with Ultra-Slim MacBook PIC
  165. How Google Used Open Source to Compete with Microsoft
  166. Sears: Come see the softer side of spyware
  167. Bullet proof your server #2 - SSH
  168. Cutting the cord to flat-screen TVs
  169. Boston-Power expands laptop battery production (InfoWorld)
  170. Investors, "Beware" of Record Companies
  171. EU screens plan for single market in online films, music and games (AFP)
  172. LG.Philips LCD Unrolls 14-Inch Color E-Paper Display (PC World)
  173. 10 Sites Offering Free Linux Courses Online
  174. Motorola introduces mobile video player (Reuters)
  175. RTF Vs. OOXML
  176. World's Smallest Projector
  177. Hitachi unveils first laptop 500GB drive (InfoWorld)
  178. GUI Design Book Recommendations?
  179. Next iPhone software update to allow copy-paste
  180. Lenovo launches IdeaPad consumer laptop line (InfoWorld)
  181. Airport Profilers Learn to Read Facial Expressions
  182. Social networking site Plaxo for sale: report (Reuters)
  183. Asus unveils terabyte laptop (InfoWorld)
  184. Netflix box will bring Internet video to HDTVs (USATODAY.com)
  185. GPS gadget Spot can save your hide, for a price (USATODAY.com)
  186. China limits providers of Internet video (AP)
  187. HP c3000 BladeSystem strikes with precision (InfoWorld)
  188. Pointui Skins Windows Mobile phones, fixes the OS
  189. Ubuntu 8.04 GUI Design Idea
  190. Sun Capital eyes hostile offer for Kellwood: report (Reuters)
  191. CNET Guy Kisses Windows Good-bye, Moves to GNU/Linux
  192. VoIP For iPod Touch is Here
  193. Music Industry Is Dead: Apple Launching Label w/ Jay-Z
  194. Creator of First Computer Virus to Take On Google
  195. MC Hammer's next act: Tech entrepreneur (AP)
  196. Study: Drivers on cells clogging traffic (AP)
  197. World's Smallest Projector
  198. The Weather Channel up for sale: report (Reuters)
  199. KDE 4.0 Reviewer Reminders
  200. Home Appliances Get Crazy Warning Illustations [Pics]
  201. Netflix to deliver movies directly to TV (AP)
  202. CinemaNow, Macrovision ink tech pact (AP)
  203. Hitachi to debut 500GB drive for laptops (AP)
  204. Reviews: Mass Effect for Xbox 360, The Pirate's Dilemma, Sia's Jazzy Electropop
  205. Clive Thompson on How the Next Victim of Climate Change Will Be Our Minds
  206. Rivalry over wireless high-def TVs (AP)
  207. OLPC Group Facing $20 Million Patent Suit (TechWeb)
  208. Cell Phone Users Tie Up Traffic (TechWeb)
  209. Windows Predominates On Virtual Machines (TechWeb)
  210. Conspiracy Against Shareaza and Open Letter to the RIAA
  211. CinemaNow, Macrovision ink tech pact (AP)
  212. Scientists Fly to 2008's Most Dazzling Meteor Shower
  213. Sixty One, A Digg Like Site For Music
  214. Cheater Pen Professional
  215. 5 Things You'll Love About Firefox 3
  216. Creatively Speaking: Modelís memoir written in Apple store
  217. Freemusiczilla: Best Music Downloader I've Tested
  218. Cell-phone users slow traffic, study finds
  219. How Does MS Office for Mac Compare to Office for Windows?
  220. NASA Dreams of an Interplanetary 'Second Life' for Mars Crew
  221. Jan. 3, 1957: Debut of the Electric Watch, a Space Age Marvel
  222. CES Preview: Phonemakers, Carriers Take Aim at iPhone Magic
  223. What's Wrong With the TV News
  224. Apple to use new processor from Intel for next gen handhelds
  225. Will YouTube Shyness Disrupt the Iowa Caucuses?
  226. Diageo Posts Creative Brief Online for All to Play (AdWeek.com)
  227. Facebook Ads Make You the Star -- And You May Not Know It
  228. The 5 Coolest Hacks of '07
  229. Apple may offer external optical drive with new sub-notebook
  230. US Government To Release Electronic Passport
  231. Molten Salt-Based Solar Power Plant
  232. Linux Firewalls
  233. Copyright Cutback Proposed As RIAA Solution
  234. Microvision to launch pocket-sized projector at CES 2008
  235. Malware Evolving Too Fast for Antivirus Apps
  236. California Sues EPA; Says State Law Greener, Cleaner Than Feds
  237. Eclipse reeling in Swordfish as SOA framework (InfoWorld)
  238. US-CERT warns of flaw in latest RealPlayer (InfoWorld)
  239. Molten Salt Based Solar Power Plant
  240. The Apple Keynote Index Fund
  241. Top 10 Obscure Google Search Tricks
  242. Sony PFR-V1 Personal Field Speakers (aka Headphones) Look Cooler Than They Sound
  243. Overstock.com says co-founder Lindsey quits as COO (Reuters)
  244. Study: Drivers on cells clogging traffic (AP)
  245. Rails Bigwig Rails on Rails Community
  246. Mac market share breaks 8% mark in 2007's final days
  247. Thomas Seeks New Lawyer to Appeal the RIAA
  248. GeekDads Do Some Post-Holiday Forensics, and Look Ahead
  249. Can Social Search Take Down Google? (NewsFactor)
  250. Linux Firewalls