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  1. Cheaters Exposed Analyzing Statistical Anomalies
  2. IBM Makes a Super Memory Breakthrough
  3. German Kindergartens Ordered To Pay Copyright For Songs
  4. Amazon Cloud Not Big Enough For Feds and WikiLeaks
  5. Drupal 7 Module Development
  6. Court Rules Website Doesn't Have To Remove Defamatory Comments
  7. Playstation 3 Code Signing Cracked For Good
  8. Wikileaks and Democracy In Zimbabwe
  9. Solar Storms Could Bring Northern Lights South
  10. Tales From the Tech Trenches
  11. South Korea Launches First Electric Bus Fleet
  12. Nintendo Warns 3D Games Can Ruin Children's Eyes
  13. Real-Life Frogger Ends In Hospital Visit
  14. Intel Intros 310 Series Mini SSDs
  15. OSI Refers Novell Patent Deal To Authorities
  16. Periodic Table Etched Onto a Single Hair
  17. Should Colleges Ban Classroom Laptop Use?
  18. Call of Duty: Black Ops the Most Pirated Game of the Year
  19. Amazon Censorship Expands
  20. The Significant Decline of Spam
  21. Lessons Learned From Skypersquo;s Outage
  22. The 10 Worst Tech Products of 2010
  23. Skype For IPhone Now Makes Video Calls
  24. Most Anticipated Tech Products of 2011
  25. VoIP Now Technically Illegal In China
  26. Groupon files to raise up to $950 million (Reuters)
  27. Trillian, Firefox lead Fresh Android Apps of the Week (Appolicious)
  28. Malware infected apps threatening Android devices (Digital Trends)
  29. RIM Still Holding out Against India's Demands for Intercepts (PC World)
  30. 2010 in review: The year in iOS (Macworld)
  31. CES heightens Android excitement for 2011 (Appolicious)
  32. Open Data: Why the Crowd Can Be Your Best Analytics Tool (Mashable)
  33. Facebook was Most Visited, Searched for Website in 2010 (PC World)
  34. Facebook claims 44 percent of online sharing (Digital Trends)
  35. EU adopts microUSB cell phone charger standard (Digital Trends)
  36. Skype unveils iPhone video calling over 3G and Wi-Fi (Macworld)
  37. Trojan Grabs Private Information from Android Devices (NewsFactor)
  38. Skype CEO offers apology, credit for Wednesday?s outage (Ben Patterson)
  39. Happy holidays from the Gadget Hound (Ben Patterson)
  40. Sony files phone patent complaints against LG (AP)
  41. Skype adding Wi-Fi, 3G video calling to iPhone app (AP)
  42. Pew study hints at what Web users will pay for (AP)
  43. Dell Streak - 10 Things You Should Know
  44. Apple iphone 3G S 32GB Unlocked.....$280 free shipping!!!
  45. Xbox 360 Beats PlayStation 3 in Japan Weekly Sales Chart (PC World)
  46. Shapeways lets Internet users manufacture goods (AFP)
  47. Xbox 360 Beats PlayStation 3 in Japan Weekly Sales Chart (PC World)
  48. Shapeways lets Internet users manufacture goods (AFP)
  49. Xbox 360 Beats PlayStation 3 in Japan Weekly Sales Chart (PC World)
  50. How Important Is Protecting Streaming Media?
  51. McCain Releases Technology Platform
  52. BurnAgain FS improves large file handling (Macworld.com)
  53. Rare Q&A With Rockstar Games Head Sam Houser
  54. Debian On the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner Phone
  55. Gag Order Fuels Responsible Disclosure Debate
  56. TSA declares some laptop bags 'checkpoint-friendly' (CNET)
  57. Netflix shipments back on track after severe outage (Reuters)
  58. New magazine-sharing site escapes copyright laws abroad (CNET)
  59. British Government Considers Tenfold Increase To Copyright Penalty
  60. ISO Rejects OOXML Protest Appeals
  61. T-Mobile Will Be First To Use Android
  62. MythTV Allows Multiple Front-Ends On Wide Range of Platforms
  63. The US Swim Team's Secret Weapon, Science
  64. Linux Foundation Paving Way for New Kernel Developers
  65. Brain Will Be Battlefield of the Future, Warns US
  66. Self-Growing Material Opens Chip, Storage Advances
  67. British Government Considers Tenfold Increase To Copyright Penalty
  68. ISO Rejects OOXML Protest Appeals
  69. T-Mobile Will Be First To Use Android
  70. MythTV Allows Multiple Front-Ends On Wide Range of Platforms
  71. The US Swim Team's Secret Weapon, Science
  72. Linux Foundation Paving Way for New Kernel Developers
  73. Brain Will Be Battlefield of the Future, Warns US
  74. Self-Growing Material Opens Chip, Storage Advances
  75. British Government Considers Tenfold Increase To Copyright Penalty
  76. ISO Rejects OOXML Protest Appeals
  77. T-Mobile Will Be First To Use Android
  78. MythTV Allows Multiple Front-Ends On Wide Range of Platforms
  79. The US Swim Team's Secret Weapon, Science
  80. Linux Foundation Paving Way for New Kernel Developers
  81. Brain Will Be Battlefield of the Future, Warns US
  82. Self-Growing Material Opens Chip, Storage Advances
  83. Microsoft Opens Windows 7 Blog for Discussions (NewsFactor)
  84. Nintendo Continues To Lead Game-Console Sales (NewsFactor)
  85. U.S. Not Ready for Georgia-Style Computer Attacks (NewsFactor)
  86. Sony plans no PS3 price cuts at Leipzig games fair (Reuters)
  87. First Android Smartphone May Come From T-Mobile (NewsFactor)
  88. Nokia hires former Finnish prime minister (AFP)
  89. iPhone 3G Problems Appear Centered on Big Cities (NewsFactor)
  90. Qwest union contract expires Saturday (AP)
  91. Week in review: Static on the iPhone line (CNET)
  92. Electric bikes selling briskly as gas prices climb (AP)
  93. Airlines push for homegrown jet fuel (AP)
  94. New magazine-sharing site may violate copyrights (AP)
  95. RIAA Pays Tanya Andersen $107,951
  96. Photographers Face Ejection Over Lenses
  97. Where Has All My Spam Gone?
  98. NVIDIA Shows Interactive Ray Tracing On GPUs
  99. How NASA Will Bomb the Moon To Find Water
  100. Sharing 2,999 Songs, 199 Movies Is Safe In Germany
  101. "War On Terror" Board Game Confiscated In UK
  102. British Government Considers Tenfold Increase to Copyright Penalty
  103. Dropped calls plague iPhone 3G, and not just in U.S. (USATODAY.com)
  104. Use an AppleScript to force a desktop picture change (Macworld.com)
  105. NBC builds online audience even as TV ratings soar (Reuters)
  106. Dropped calls plague iPhone 3G, and not just in U.S. (USATODAY.com)
  107. Fliers cheer laptop policy change (USATODAY.com)
  108. NBC builds online audience even as TV ratings soar (Reuters)
  109. YouTube Stands Up To IOC Over Free Tibet Video
  110. Time Warner Cable Box Rental Inspired Antitrust Lawsuit
  111. You don't know tech: The InfoWorld news quiz (InfoWorld)
  112. T-Mobile to offer first Android smartphone (Reuters)
  113. reCAPTCHA Hard At Work, Rescuing Fading Texts
  114. Debian's Testing Branch Nears Completion
  115. BBC's Open Player Claims Not Followed Through
  116. Nintendo to boost drive in Latin American market (Reuters)
  117. Old IBM Backing Up Growth-Stock Pledge (Investor's Business Daily)
  118. July video game sales jump 28 percent (AP)
  119. Cell Tower Owners Mulling Fuel Cells For Backup Power (Investor's Business Daily)
  120. Video game sales rise 28 percent in July (Reuters)
  121. Netflix resumes some DVD shipments (Reuters)
  122. Next 'Harry Potter' film delayed (CNET)
  123. Court says copyrights apply even for free software (AP)
  124. Netflix shipping centers slammed by problems (AP)
  125. Nintendo to boost drive in Latin American market (Reuters)
  126. Old IBM Backing Up Growth-Stock Pledge (Investor's Business Daily)
  127. July video game sales jump 28 percent (AP)
  128. Cell Tower Owners Mulling Fuel Cells For Backup Power (Investor's Business Daily)
  129. Video game sales rise 28 percent in July (Reuters)
  130. Netflix resumes some DVD shipments (Reuters)
  131. Next 'Harry Potter' film delayed (CNET)
  132. Court says copyrights apply even for free software (AP)
  133. Photosynth Team Does It Again
  134. Americans Refusing To Wait For Mainstream EVs
  135. Slashdot Announces Idle Section
  136. Violent Video Gaming Comes To the Wii
  137. Slashdot's Disagree Mail
  138. 30% of Americans Want "Balanced" Blogging
  139. What Will Linux Be Capable Of, 3 Years Down the Road?
  140. Using Photographs To Enhance Videos
  141. Netflix Woes Mean a Gap In Shipments
  142. Sun: Mobile dev tool heals fragmentation (InfoWorld)
  143. Autodesk beats Wall Street estimates for fiscal 2Q (AP)
  144. Court Ruling Upholds Open-Source Copyrights (NewsFactor)
  145. Apple Testing Firmware Fix for iPhone 3G Problems (NewsFactor)
  146. New York Web site gives juicy details on city's notables (Reuters)
  147. New BlackBerry expected within month in N. America (AP)
  148. Judge keeps gag order in subway hacking case (AP)
  149. Yahoo selects Biondi, Chapple as new board members (AP)
  150. Photosynth Team Does It Again
  151. Measuring the "Colbert Bump"
  152. Intel Releases USB 3.0 Controller Interface Spec
  153. Psystar "Definitely Still Shipping" Mac Clones
  154. Literacy Bridge Founder Answers Your Questions
  155. The Evolution of Sega
  156. Lian Li Announces Xbox 360 Replacement Case (PC Magazine)
  157. EA sees 20 percent 2008 Europe software sales growth (Reuters)
  158. Open-source pact subject to copyrights law: court (Reuters)
  159. Infineon chip causing problems on iPhone: reports (Reuters)
  160. Hunters claim to have nabbed Bigfoot, Internet goes nuts (CNET)
  161. Italy blocks Swedish file-sharing site (AP)
  162. Netflix shipping centers slammed by problems (AP)
  163. Rivet Xbox 360 streaming app adds Aperture support (Macworld.com)
  164. Wuala Makes Online Storage Social (PC Magazine)
  165. Video-editing software gets put to the test (USATODAY.com)
  166. Open Source Advocates Hail Appeals Court Ruling (PC World)
  167. Polo Ralph Lauren to launch shopping by cell phone (Reuters)
  168. Apple's Market Cap Exceeds Google
  169. US Failing To Prosecute Online Criminals
  170. Wikipedia founder aims to break Google stranglehold (AFP)
  171. Intel readies new remote PC access function (CNET)
  172. Strong Court Ruling Upholds the Artistic License
  173. UK Gov't Proposes Massive Internet Snooping, Data Storage
  174. Password Resets Worse Than Reusing Old password
  175. Game Developer's Response To Pirates
  176. 'Slow' Light To Speed Up the Net
  177. University of Toronto, IBM to launch supercomputer (Reuters)
  178. AOL Phisher Gets Seven Year Sentence (PC World)
  179. Pentagon puts hold on USAF cyber effort (AP)
  180. Intel PCs to wake up for phone calls (AP)
  181. Go From A2B on an Electric Bike, Praying the Battery Doesn't Die
  182. Stream Your Music Library to a Stereo with Squeezebox
  183. Get Started With Firebug, Firefox's 'Killer App' for Web Developers
  184. TheFunded inspires lawsuit from VC firm (CNET)
  185. Analyst Predicts September iPod 'Surprise'
  186. MedAssets narrows 2008 outlook (AP)
  187. EA Choose BitTorrent for Warhammer Online Distribution
  188. Loss narrows at hospital software maker MedAssets (AP)
  189. Virgin Mobile USA 2Q profit declines (AP)
  190. Is America Ready for Its First BlackBerry President? (PC World)
  191. Swedish magazine blames iPhone 3G woes on hardware (AP)
  192. Inferring Personality From Email Addresses
  193. US Broadband Won't Catch Up With Japan's For 101 Years
  194. Bash Cookbook
  195. Rat-Brained Robots Take Their First Steps
  196. Strong Court Ruling Upholds the Artistic License
  197. Let the Games Be Doped
  198. Mechanical Reasoners Battle It Out In Sydney Today
  199. UK Gov't Proposes Massive Internet Snooping, Data Storage
  200. Police Secretly Planting GPS Devices On Cars
  201. Judge: Even 'Free' Open-Source Code is Licensed (PC Magazine)
  202. Facebook is online social networking king (AFP)
  203. NBC sees new media habits form with Olympic games (AP)
  204. FIRE Breaks Out At Apple Campus
  205. Office OpenXML A Dead End, Microsoft Will Back ODF
  206. Researcher lowers projections for online video ads (AP)
  207. Review: 'Braid' Innovates and Satisfies
  208. The World's Weirdest Vending Machines
  209. Second Life Bluesman Gets First Life Recording Contract
  210. Air Force Suspends Controversial Cyber Command
  211. Alienware Gaming PC — I Want to Believe It Doesn't Cost So Much
  212. 34,520 People (and Counting) Want a Chevrolet Volt
  213. Disqus Poised to Rule the World of Blog Comments
  214. The Military Wants to Control Your Mind
  215. Experts Accuse Bush Administration of Foot-Dragging on DNS Security Hole
  216. Top 10 Cell Phone Etiquette Rules People Still Break
  217. iPhone 3G Problems Could Be From Flawed Chipset (NewsFactor)
  218. EXpresso to Expand Online Access to Office Files (PC World)
  219. New Yahoo service helps users share their location (AP)
  220. Banshee 1.2.1 Released
  221. Best Buy to sell iPhone?
  222. Tokyo Mega-City Pyramid 55 Times as Large as Luxor [PICS]
  223. iPhone to shake-up Japan's cellphone industry: Softbank official (AFP)
  224. EBay in talks to buy minority stake in Gmarket (AP)
  225. Stix takes a stab at motion-controlled PC games (AP)
  226. Ebay seeking stake in South Korea's Gmarket (Reuters)
  227. One month of the iPhone 3G: what Apple needs to fix
  228. Solar Systems Like Ours Are Likely To Be Rare
  229. US Broadband Won't Catch Up With Japan's for 101 Years
  230. Cell Survivor: Conquer a City With Nothing But a Cell Phone (PC World)
  231. GeekDad Podcast 25: Geeky Movies That Missed the Mark
  232. What's Wrong With the 3G in iPhone G3?
  233. IPhone could give Best Buy sales boost: analysts (Reuters)
  234. Yahoo spends $36M on advisers in Microsoft dance (AP)
  235. Yahoo board sets eyes on Chapple and Biondi (CNET)
  236. Fitting Network TV for a Toe Tag
  237. Why is fooling Google News as easy as s-p-o-o-f?
  238. Russian Invasion of Georgia Might Jeopardize Space Station
  239. Facebook Still Tops Worldwide, with 153 Percent Growth (NewsFactor)
  240. Online student-teacher friendships can be tricky
  241. Air Force Suspends Cyber Command Program
  242. Logitech releases V550 Nano cordless laser mouse for notebooks (Macworld.com)
  243. Why Apple Doesn’t Do “Concept Products”
  244. Solar Systems Like Ours Are Likely To Be Rare
  245. Sun releases beta of NetBeans IDE (InfoWorld)
  246. Kwiry service lets users text to remember tidbits (AP)
  247. New Scientific Evidence Emerges In Anthrax Case
  248. Inferring Personality From Email Addresses
  249. Miyamoto 'Banned' From Talking About Hobbies
  250. Google acknowledges tracking behavior without consent