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  1. Anti-Virus Bug Briefly Identified Windows Explorer as Malware
  2. Switching to Linux: The GNOME desktop environment
  3. Apple and Google Are Telecom's Newest Stars
  4. 'Mind Doping' Becoming More Common
  5. 'One Laptop' a hit in Peruvian village
  6. Churches turn to digital collection baskets
  7. Airlines Plan To Filter, Censor In-Flight Internet Access
  8. The Economist's Technology Predictions For 2008
  9. US infant Jesus statue to get GPS
  10. What the true geek really wanted for Christmas (it's not too late!) (InfoWorld)
  11. What the true geek really wanted for Christmas (it's not too late!) (InfoWorld)
  12. Top Stories of 2007: The Age of Realignment (PC World)
  13. Thousands of Adult Website Accounts Compromised
  14. Shareaza.com Hijacked and Turned Into a Scam Site
  15. The Big Brother Watching Your Screen !!
  16. Digital Vigilantes: Using eBay to Catch a Truck Thief (PC World)
  17. Top 20 Linux Apps for 2007
  18. Like it or not, Apple wants to save you from loud music
  19. FSFE Supports Microsoft Antitrust Investigation
  20. Dec. 25, 2004: Next Stop, Titan, Saturn's Largest Moon
  21. Is Circuit City in danger?
  22. Netgear Introduces Linux-Based NAS Devices
  23. Google in crowded field bidding for US wireless licenses (AFP)
  24. Roger Chang leaving dl.tv for Tekzilla
  25. Top 10 Startups Worth Watching in 2008
  26. Google Reader Begins Sharing Private Data
  27. Biggest Israeli Cell Phone Provider Helps Satisfy A Country's Craving (Investor'
  28. Military Robots from 2007 to 2032
  29. Only 2 in 500 College Students Believe in IP
  30. Newmark Denies Craigslist Is Killing Newspapers
  31. Cisco Green Plan Looks Beyond Routers (PC World)
  32. Jingle Bells Played With Graphics Card, Santa Wonders Why
  33. ComScore: Last Week Saw Strong Online Shopping (PC World)
  34. OLPC a Hit in Remote Peruvian Village
  35. Why DVD Is Still the Best Video Format
  36. Wikia Search Project to Launch Jan. 7, Wales says (PC World)
  37. Wikia Search Project to Launch Jan. 7, Wales says (PC World)
  38. Cisco green plan looks beyond routers (InfoWorld)
  39. comScore: Last week saw strong online shopping (InfoWorld)
  40. Military Robots from 2007 to 2032
  41. IBM dishes five predictions for the future (InfoWorld)
  42. Inflight Internet could be 'ticklish'
  43. Crowds line up to see zoo's latest panda cub
  44. Online Shoppers Set Records (PC World)
  45. Newmark Denies Craigslist Is Killing Newspapers
  46. Hands on with Mozilla Weave: Personalize your own cloud
  47. GPS to save baby Jesus statue
  48. Analog cell-phone network going off air
  49. Astronaut mourns mother from space
  50. Extreme Christmas Lights In Orlando
  51. iPod - The Pirate Bay Edition
  52. Australia to enforce a "ratings system" on web, track users
  53. New Orleans gets a boost from NASA (AP)
  54. Hacking for a good cause (InfoWorld)
  55. Scotland to target gamers with ads (AP)
  56. Beautiful images of new open source movie
  57. Church collections go online in Ohio (AP)
  58. Laptop project enlivens Peruvian hamlet (AP)
  59. Using eBay to catch a truck thief (InfoWorld)
  60. Sprint's New CEO Faces a Full Inbox (PC World)
  61. Is There Such a Thing As Absolute Hot?
  62. In-flight Net providers: lessons learned (AP)
  63. Is she or isn't she?Mummy lab working to ID pharaoh queen
  64. British queen to air message on YouTube
  65. Mars mission delayed 2 years
  66. The Philips LivingColors Lamp Video Review
  67. US To Extinguish (Most) Incandescent Bulb Sales By 2012
  68. US To Extinguish (Most) Incandescent Bulb Sales By 2012
  69. Firefox 3 Beta 2 in Ubuntu 7.10
  70. Wikia search to launch Jan. 7 (InfoWorld)
  71. Experts: Melting ice threatens arctic animals
  72. Watchdog: Beijing threatens free speech (AP)
  73. Airborne Internet might bring turbulence (AP)
  74. High-tech innovations come to retailing (AP)
  75. Giraffes May Be Six Separate Species
  76. Electronic greetings gain traction (USATODAY.com)
  77. Shoppers rush to stores before Christmas (AP)
  78. China Anti-Corruption Web Site Crashes On First Day
  79. Yves Behar Talks About the $100 Laptop
  80. Digital Vigilantes: Using eBay to Catch a Truck Thief (PC World)
  81. Palau May Get Satellite Power In the Next Decade
  82. Email In the 18th Century
  83. Head Tracking w/ the Wiimote
  84. Chinese farmers offered subsidised TVs, mobile phones (AFP)
  85. Afterlife Will Be Costly For Digital Films
  86. Top 10 Startups Worth Watching in 2008
  87. Live Music Webcasting Starts Making Sense in 2008
  88. Home Sweet Gadget: How Our Technolust Helped Bring Down the Housing Market
  89. Be Kind Rewind Director Michel Gondry Forgoes Dreamy Plots for Straight-Up Comedy
  90. 2007 Foot-in-Mouth Awards
  91. Should Apple Give Back Replaced Disks?
  92. Mr. Bean does itunes
  93. Digg Year End Traffic - Compared to Netscape and Reddit
  94. 'Grey's Anatomy' actress Heigl marries in Utah (Reuters)
  95. Researchers Simulate Building Block of Rat's Brain
  96. Dec. 24, 1936: Radiation Used to Treat Disease for the First Time
  97. Linux Directory Structure
  98. Why Amarok ‘Roks’
  99. Congress Cool on Tech Issues in 2007 (PC World)
  100. Piracy, Morals and The Need for Change
  101. Email In the 18th Century
  102. The Playstation emulator for iPhone now RELEASED
  103. Adobe's Profile Rises with New Internet Development Tools (PC World)
  104. Inside a Modern Malware Distribution System
  105. 44 Conjectures of Stephen Wolfram Disproved
  106. Top 40 GIMP plugins
  107. The Queen Launches Royal YouTube Channel
  108. Baby Jesus Gets GPS for Christmas
  109. Afterlife Will Be Costly For Digital Films
  110. Fake Steve Jobs is FINE, False Rumor.
  111. Rivals learn from Boeing's 'Connexion' (AP)
  112. 44 Conjectures of Stephen Wolfram Disproved
  113. Deluge Anonymizing Browser Now Includes Bittorrent
  114. Top 25 Linux 3D games
  115. Australia Plans to Censor the Internet
  116. Track Digg's Most Unpopular Comments
  117. DHS f*cking up Wikipedia
  118. Head Tracking w/ the Wiimote
  119. Chuck Norris Sues Publisher, Tears Don't Cure Cancer
  120. Software patent abolition campaign will launch next month
  121. Chuck Norris sues Publisher, Tears Don't Cure Cancer
  122. Clinton Would Crack Down On Game Content
  123. IBM Brings Trusted Computing to Linux
  124. Aptera Super-MPG Electric Typ-1e Exclusive Video Test Drive
  125. Tcl/Tk 8.5.0 Released
  126. Taiwan handheld device shipments to surge: consultancy (AFP)
  127. The Best Aqua Wallpaper Ever
  128. Mastering POSIX File Capabilities
  129. Sony Online denies firm for sale report (Reuters)
  130. Linux Is Not Y2K(38) Compliant!?
  131. Flash Vulnerabilities Affect Thousands of Sites
  132. Norway chooses open formats: "vendor lockin unacceptable"
  133. Apple Lawyering Up On "Fake Steve Jobs"
  134. A promising GIMP alternative
  135. Circuit City Rewards Execs As Stock Tanks
  136. Fake Steve Jobs threatened by Apple Lawyers
  137. Erika Enterprise and RT-Druid: innovative RTOS in GPL
  138. MediaDefender Stock Plunges Due to Leaked Emails
  139. GNU Octave 3.0 Released After 11 Years
  140. Analog Cellular Shutdown To Hit Built-In Devices
  141. Effects of Network Shutdown on Analog Devices
  142. Egyptian Mummy: DNA Not Yet Conclusive
  143. IBM Offers Free E-Mail Search Tool (PC World)
  144. Mozilla Announces Weave
  145. Reddit algorithm leaked!
  146. U.Maine Law Clinic Is First To Fight RIAA
  147. Mystery Company Recruiting Talent With a Puzzle
  148. FBI Prepares Vast Database of Biometrics
  149. Japan Suspends Plan to Kill Humpbacks
  150. Mystery Company Recruiting Talent With a Puzzle
  151. Technology unites families at holiday (AP)
  152. Operating systems for old computers
  153. IRS Data Security Still a Concern
  154. Microsoft Shares Windows Secrets with Samba (PC World)
  155. New Jersey Judge Shields Anonymous Blogger
  156. Web site devoted to finding lost gloves
  157. McAfee to Pay $13.8 Million in Stock Scandal (PC World)
  158. Notebook Makers Moving to 4 GB Memory As Standard
  159. Apple's Year-End Report Card
  160. Many Analog TV Watchers Aren't Aware of Upcoming Switchover
  161. Web site reuniting gloves makes matches (AP)
  162. Kaspersky inadvertently detects Windows Explorer as a virus
  163. Punk is not dead; Five predictions for Web Video in 2008
  164. Linux MCE Video Demo: Impressive!
  165. NASA's Invention of the Year Award Goes to Synthetic Muscles
  166. Specs For the New KITT
  167. Cheap Laptops Bad for Vista, Good for Linux
  168. Army buys Macs to stop Hacks
  169. IBM Plans To Buy Solid Information Technology (TechWeb)
  170. Could An ExtraTerrestrial Find Earth with a Telescope?
  171. RIAA writes its own "news" for local TV stations
  172. A Search for Hot Springs in the Arctic Yields Much More Remarkable Finds
  173. New Attack Code Can "Brick" Nearly Every HP/Compaq Laptop
  174. Norway Mandates Government Use of ODF and PDF
  175. What is Rixstep doing to Stepwise?
  176. Pumpkins go acoustic for iTunes EP (Reuters)
  177. Retail Store Scalping Wii Consoles on eBay
  178. Trends & Innovations - Friday (Investor's Business Daily)
  179. McAfee to pay $13.8 million to settle backdating lawsuits (InfoWorld)
  180. Exclusive: Apple to adopt Intel's ultra-mobile PC platform
  181. Playlist: Which Tune Goes Best With Designing Your Wii Mii, Troubleshooting Vista, or
  182. Army contractor iRobot wins patent suits (AP)
  183. Chuck Norris sues, says his tears no cancer cure (Reuters)
  184. Top 10 Gadgets of the Year
  185. Users left in lurch by network shutdown (AP)
  186. 'Futurama': The Compleat Gamer Geek's Guide
  187. Red Hat shares jump 10 percent (AP)
  188. Google's DoubleClick Deal Brings Greater Focus on Privacy (PC World)
  189. Samba Gains Access to Microsoft Code (NewsFactor)
  190. People Were More Likely To Google Themselves This Year
  191. Science Magazine's Top Stories of 2007
  192. Dos Cushion [PIC]
  193. Clinton Would Crack Down on Computer-Generated Cartoon Sex
  194. How a Linux Download Topped YouTube's Hit List
  195. U.S. Gambling Ban Draws Weak Sanction From WTO
  196. Single-Chip x86 Chipsets Around the Corner?
  197. RIAA Writes Its Own News For Local TV
  198. Army Buys Macs to Beef Up Security
  199. 101 Ways to Monetize Your Blog (Without Irritating Readers)
  200. Verizon, Internet REIT settle cybersquatting suit (Reuters)
  201. Summary Box: Analog cell network (AP)
  202. Plexiglass-like DVD to Hold 1TB of Data
  203. Mininova Launches Content Distribution Service
  204. The Top Ten Technology Nostalgia
  205. Bill Gates: billionaire, nerd, beer baron
  206. Apple has sold 5 million iPhones
  207. Gadgets affected by analog shutdown (AP)
  208. Army Buys Macs to Beef Up Security
  209. Astronaut mourns his mom from orbit
  210. Review: Adventures creep their way to PSP
  211. Penny Arcade's Latest Success: Toy Drive for Hospitals
  212. Macroengineering Kitsch: Dutch Plan to Build Tulip-Shaped Island
  213. Users left in lurch by network shutdown (AP)
  214. Universe May Be Running Out of Time
  215. SEC launches Web tool to compare executive pay (Reuters)
  216. WTO Rules on Internet Gambling Case
  217. Felon became COO of Wikipedia foundation (AP)
  218. Japan gives 2 cos. WiMax frequencies (AP)
  219. US urges Antigua to delay WTO sanctions on Internet gambling (AFP)
  220. Good Luck Finding a Nintendo Wii (NewsFactor)
  221. Yahoo! Slammed Over Piracy By Chinese Court
  222. Christmas Lights Just Got A Whole Lot Tackier (Pics)
  223. Firefox 3.0 Beta 2 Is A Win For Linux
  224. Dell in retail deal, buys tech co. (AP)
  225. IBM Intros Semantic Search for E-Mail (NewsFactor)
  226. Apple Applies For Auto-Shutdown and Piracy-Fighting Patents
  227. Merry Christmas, No New Liver for You
  228. Vermont rejects Verizon landline sale (AP)
  229. WTO awards Antigua sanctions in U.S. gambling case (Reuters)
  230. Mathematicians Solve the Mystery of Traffic Jams
  231. Nokia says has favorable InterDigital ruling (Reuters)
  232. Silicon Valley Startup Prints $1/watt Solar Panels
  233. Odds Good That Asteroid Will Hit Mars Next Month
  234. Vulnerability Numerology - Defective by Design?
  235. Russians Close to Prosecuting 'Pinch' Trojan Authors (PC World)
  236. Hitachi considering 'all options' for hard-disk unit (InfoWorld)
  237. High Efficiency Hybrid Car Planned For 2009
  238. Diebold Election Results Released By AZ Judge
  239. Russians close to prosecuting 'Pinch' Trojan authors (InfoWorld)
  240. Hitachi Considering 'All Options' for Hard-Disk Unit (PC World)
  241. Norway mandates use of open formats: HTML, ODF and PDF
  242. Drupal 6 Release Candidate 1 Released
  243. Asteroid could hit Mars in January
  244. 'Extreme Security' Web Browsing
  245. DMX back in business with new label deal (Reuters)
  246. MySpace cranks up heat in Facebook turf war (USATODAY.com)
  247. Push to get consumers to pick BlackBerrys pays off (USATODAY.com)
  248. Alpine 1.00 Brings Pine Back
  249. 10 great Web site designs/redesigns of 2007
  250. IBM buys in-memory database company Solid (InfoWorld)