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  1. [Hardware] Nvidia finally gets Fermi A2 taped out (GT300)
  2. [Hardware] VIA Introduces New VIA Nano 3000 Series Processors
  3. [Hardware] Western Digital Releasing First 10K RPM 2.5″ SAS Drive
  4. [Software] Allmyapps – Your Linux Application Store
  5. [Hardware] eVGA to bring hybrid PhysX/graphics card
  6. [Hardware] HighPoint Announces its First SATA 6 Gb/s Host Adapter
  7. [Operating system] Install Nvidia Graphics Drivers 190.42 in Ubuntu Karmic/Jaunty/Intrepid/Hardy
  8. [Hardware] Photos of upcoming Radeon HD 5970 dual-GPU card leak
  9. [Hardware] TSMC 40nm yield issues resurface
  10. Xerox Develops Silver Ink for Wearable or Throwaway Electronics
  11. [Operating system] A Guided Tour Of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
  12. [Operating system] Ubuntu's Karmic Koala bares fangs at Windows 7
  13. [Hardware] Intel and Numonyx announce vertical Phase Change Memory
  14. New Processor Will Feature 100 Cores
  15. ASUS previews upcoming MBs with USB 3.0 and SATA 6G
  16. [Operating system] Ubuntu’s 5th Birthday Today - What a Crazy 5 Years It’s Been!
  17. .NET Framework Assistant Blocked to Disarm Security Vulnerability
  18. How Safe are Facebook Applications?
  19. What Kaspersky Want For The Web
  20. Google Wave More Secure than Traditional Email
  21. Google Wave Invite Site
  22. Google Wave’s Little Secret: It Already Works On The iPhone
  23. Windows 7 Support Coming to Firefox 3.6
  24. [Operating system] Is This The Face Of Google ChromeOS?
  25. Thousands of Hotmail passwords leaked online
  26. Nvidia working on CUDA-based anti-virus.
  27. Wikia - A community portal
  28. [Operating system] Microsoft Making a Windows 7 Compatibility Site
  29. Supercomputer to use new Nvidia 'Fermi' chip
  30. Apple Buys Their Very Own Maps
  31. [Operating system] Ubuntu 9.10 karmic beta
  32. Alcatel Boosts Fiber Speed to 100 Petabits in Lab
  33. [Software] GNOME 2.28 Switches to WebKit
  34. Thunderbird 3 Beta 4 Released
  35. Japan scientists create 3-D images you can touch
  36. [Software] Students Can Get Windows 7 Pro for $19
  37. [Software] No More Service Packs for Windows XP
  38. Google acquires reCAPTCHA
  39. Super Talent to ship 2TB SSDs in October
  40. Browser Face-Off: Battery Life Explored
  41. [Software] Microsoft: In-place Windows 7 upgrades can take up to 20 hours
  42. Beginnings of the Holodeck: AMD's DX11 GPU, Eyefinity and 6 Display Outputs
  43. [Software] The iTunes 9 Release Round-Up
  44. Google Launching Online Monopoly Game With Real Streets
  45. [Hardware] Intel's New Core i7 and Core i5 Processors Explained
  46. [Software] Firefox To Include Flash Version Checker
  47. [Hardware] Preparing for P55: Motherboards, Memory and NVIDIA
  48. [Hardware] Samsung OLED Laptop Coming Late 2010
  49. [Software] Windows 7 Will Boot In As Little As 11 Seconds?
  50. [Hardware] ATI Radeon HD 5800-series pricing revealed?
  51. [Hardware] Shot of OCZ's Z-Drive PCI-Express SSD
  52. [Hardware] AMD Ships 40W Six-core 'Istanbul' Opterons
  53. [Software] Trojan Targeting Skype, VoIP Clients
  54. [Hardware] Intel SSDs Double in Price on Newegg
  55. [Hardware] Western Digital's 7,200RPM 2TB hard drives get official
  56. [Operating system] Fake Snow Leopard sites leading to trojan infections
  57. [Hardware] See the Laptop With Two Full-sized Screens
  58. [Software] Mozilla finds Google Chrome flaw
  59. [Software] Diskeeper Tech to Prevent Fragmented Files
  60. Facebook Begins Testing Facebook Lite, A Faster Simpler Version Of The Service
  61. Microsoft: Why We Can't Drop IE6 Support
  62. Judge orders Microsoft to stop selling Word
  63. Facebook Acquires FriendFeed
  64. Google to Launch a New Version of Google Search
  65. Virtual shield
  66. Google Acquires Video Compression Technology Company On2 For $106 Million
  67. [Operating system] Windows Tiny7 – A Windows 7 ISO that fits on a single CD?
  68. Researchers Try to Stalk Botnets Used by Hackers
  69. One second for 720 DVDs: New super-fast fiber optic cable
  70. Pirates crack Windows 7 RTM before official release
  71. HP researchers develop browser-based darknet
  72. Yahoo Confirms Xoopit Acquisition
  73. Pigs are flying low: Why Microsoft open-sourced its Linux drivers
  74. Double-Take: Microsoft Contributes Drivers to Linux Community
  75. North Korean Army suspected over cyberattacks
  76. Firefox security questioned again as another exploit surfaces
  77. Mozilla closes security hole with Firefox 3.5.1
  78. Another Security Tip For Twitter: Don't Use "Password" As Your Server Password
  79. Linux booted in one second
  80. Twitter Hacked, Secrets to be Revealed?
  81. SATA 6.0 Gb/s Rollout Delayed
  82. Firefox 3.5 Vulnerability Confirmed
  83. YouTube Will Be Next To Kiss IE6 Support Goodbye
  84. Microsoft Office to go online — for free
  85. Microsoft is launching a music streaming service this month
  86. Anti-Sec: The Hacking Group with a Manifesto
  87. Why Chrome OS Now? Because Microsoft Office In The Cloud Comes Monday.
  88. Microsoft Silverlight 3 available for download
  89. Google Apps shed beta label
  90. HTML 5 drops open-source video codec
  91. Microsoft set to respond to Google OS next Monday?
  92. Introducing the Google Chrome OS
  93. Photo Sharing feature in Live Messenger: Kill it dead
  94. Alledged critical security vulnerability in iPhone SMS application
  95. Kaspersky has fixed its malware detection problem in its 2010 products via an automat
  96. Apple axes 'Hottest Girls' app
  97. bbPress 1.0 final, finally released
  98. Bringing a Bit of Twitter to Bing
  99. IPhone OS 3.1 Fixes Video Editing, Adds Bluetooth Voice Control
  100. Adobe Shuts Down Operations for a Week
  101. GMail Labels: drag and drop, hiding, and more
  102. AMD Gives Away Phenom II X4 TWKR CPUs to Overclockers
  103. KDE 4.3 Plasma
  104. Shimadzu HPV 1
  105. Fake Harry Potter movie going around the Net
  106. China Bans Gold Farming
  107. Reading machine to snoop on Web
  108. Scientists create first electronic quantum processor
  109. Windows 7 Price: Double in Europe when compared to U.S.
  110. The results are out, Microsoft Security Essentials beats the competition
  111. Harry Potter used by internet hackers to spread malware
  112. Lenovo will offer free updates to Windows 7
  113. Gmail Increases Maximum Attachment Size to 25 MB
  114. Planning for GNOME 3.0
  115. Pirate Bay's YouTube Competitor is "Coming Soon"
  116. Announcing the Windows 7 Upgrade Option Program & Windows 7 Pricing - Bring on GA!
  117. Bill Gates: "Our Most Potent Operating System Competitor is Linux"
  118. Cello PVR TV uses SD cards for storage
  119. Adobe on "HTML5"
  120. Microsoft to ignore web standards in Outlook 2010 - enough is enough
  121. YouTube Sued for $13.9 Million for Copyright Infringement
  122. A new landmark in computer vision
  123. Soapbox, Microsoft's YouTube, put on the backburner
  124. Microsoft Security Essentials (Morro) public beta announced
  125. Apple rejects a Commodore 64 emulating iPhone app that coulda been a contender
  126. Multi-process Firefox, coming to an Internets near you
  127. China starts meddling with Google results because of porn
  128. Linux robot car targets autonomous navigation
  129. Moore's Law to Hit a Brick Wall at 18nm
  130. Nokia: Wireless Power Harvesting for Cell Phones available in 3-4 years
  131. Extend Firefox 3.5! Make the Next Great Web Experience!
  132. Exclusive: Microsoft's new Anti-Virus, 'Morro', revealed
  133. One Hundred Paper Cuts
  134. Nokia E72 Video Leaked
  135. ASUS Eee Keyboard gets Moblin
  136. 15 years of browser innovation?
  137. Microsoft Donates Eight Meals For Each Internet Explorer 8 Download
  138. Black Pixel: Is it possible to Save Energy one Pixel at a Time?
  139. ASUS Presents a Vision of Seamless Computing at COMPUTEX 2009
  140. Google to Launch a Microblogging Search Engine
  141. QuickTime Alternative 2.9.0 - Play .mov, .qt and .3gp files without QuickTime Player
  142. Windows "E" won't include Internet Explorer
  143. Savant's New Virtual Control Could Be a Game Changer
  144. Coming Soon: Microsoft's Free Anti-virus Software
  145. Google's Schmidt Dismisses Bing
  146. Ubuntu aims for a 10 second boot time
  147. Linux Kernel 2.6.30 Is Out, Includes the NILFS2 Filesystem
  148. WordPress 2.8 Final is out
  149. Japanese camera buff builds 130-megapixel scanner camera for next to nothing
  150. Tech expo: Never send chef to do robot's job
  151. Linux is first OS to support USB 3.0
  152. Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook Announced
  153. Coming Soon: Facebook Usernames
  154. The Most Dangerous Web Search Terms
  155. Internet becoming 'messy and confusing'
  156. Fedora 11 is out
  157. All New Apple iPhone 3G S Announced
  158. The future of robots is rat-shaped
  159. Predictive powers: a robot that reads your intention?
  160. Google Street View gets improved navigation controls
  161. Best Buy memo explains that Vista doesn't work, details Windows 7 upgrade plans
  162. Intel shows first working Moorestown prototypes at Computex
  163. Google: We're Actually Really Small
  164. WordPress 2.8 Beta Hands On Review
  165. Watch Video...without Flash
  166. AMD Graphics Processor, First to Embrace DirectX 11 in Windows 7
  167. The holy grail of 100% uptime is a little bit closer
  168. Windows 7 to launch October 22
  169. Hotmail will stop using the DAV protocol on September 1
  170. Google Holodeck: StreetView In 360 Degrees
  171. Play Games in Google Talk
  172. Jolicloud "SocialOS" alpha gets video demo
  173. Anti-U.S. Hackers Infiltrate Army Servers
  174. Yahoo open to Microsoft deal under right terms
  175. Google won't run all the Wave servers
  176. Intel's Lynnfield chips to arrive in early September
  177. Soulseek P2P Application Vulnerable to Remote Takeover
  178. Exclusive: Steve Ballmer demos the Zune HD for Engadget!
  179. 6 Gbps SATA transfer speed is on its way
  180. Google: The browser is the computer
  181. Defense Department developing portable hacking device for soldiers
  182. Psystar and Mac clones go down the tubes
  183. Microsoft blocks Messenger in US-embargoed countries
  184. Canonical developers aim to make Android apps run on Ubuntu
  185. NASA Launches 'Nebula' Compute Cloud
  186. VLC UnRAR plugin – Watch movies in RAR archives without extracting them first
  187. Exclusive: Microsoft to remove 3 app limit from Windows 7 Starter
  188. Google Searches for Staffing Answers
  189. New memory material may hold data for one billion years
  190. The Da Vinci Code: What Happens When You Twitter the Mona Lisa?
  191. All your movies on a single DVD
  192. GPS systems could crash next year
  193. Palm Pre to be released in US on 6th June
  194. NEC Introduces First SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Controller
  195. Can Microsoft stop IE's market share slide?
  196. Windows 7 adds native Virtual WiFi technology from Microsoft Research
  197. ASUS Eee PC 1008HA 'Seashell' review roundup
  198. Better than Intel: Fujitsu develops world's fastest processor
  199. China blocks U.S. from cyber warfare
  200. Microsoft Windows 7 Build 7127 Leaked
  201. Google crossbreeds search with spreadsheet
  202. WiFi goes gigabit... but it won't go through walls
  203. Larry Ellison's Plan A: Buy only Sun's software assets
  204. Study: 41% of all PC software installed is pirated
  205. Windows 7 RC Update to Shoot Blanks Soon
  206. Intel Hit With Record $1.45 Billion Antitrust Fine
  207. Hacker Wants $10M Ransom for Stolen Virginia Private Patient Data
  208. Internet Explorer 8: Nine Things You Didn't Know You Could Do
  209. Microsoft Finally Confirms Windows 7 Will Launch by December
  210. Trolling someone online? Bill would slap you with jail time
  211. Mozilla and Opera Complain About Windows 7
  212. Hackers Temporarily Seize Control Of Google Morocco Domain Name
  213. Is Your PC Ready for Windows 7? This Tool Lets You Know
  214. Google: We're good for journalism
  215. Board Ties at Apple and Google Are Scrutinized
  216. Looking to Big-Screen E-Readers to Help Save the Daily Press
  217. Researchers hijack botnet, score 56,000 passwords in an hour
  218. What browser wars? The enterprise still loves IE 6
  219. Intel face greatest fine in EU history
  220. The Veil Is Lifted From Wolfram Alpha
  221. IE8 Can't Stop IE Market Share Decline
  222. Microsoft Offers Secure Windows … But Only to the Government
  223. Twitter Quitters Post Roadblock to Long-Term Growth
  224. Lip-reading computers can detect different languages
  225. ContourHD Films Your Extreme Escapades In HD
  226. G.E.'s Breakthrough Can Put 100 DVDs on a Disc
  227. Computer Program to Take On 'Jeopardy!'
  228. Coming Soon: Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC
  229. 'Sleep talking' PCs save energy and money
  230. Windows 7's Unfixable Glitch
  231. Windows 7 RC Hits The Net
  232. Nefarious Conficker worm racks up $9.1 billion bill
  233. Computer Spies Breach Fighter-Jet Project
  234. Microsoft Already Starting on Windows 8
  235. Oracle buys Sun Microsystems in $7.4bn deal
  236. Google's new experimental ad format
  237. New processor technology promises big boost to consumer-grade SSDs
  238. Teenage Twitter Hacker: 'I Could Be Jailed'
  239. Conficker wakes up, updates via P2P, drops payload
  240. Electricity Grid in U.S. Penetrated By Spies
  241. Spybot Search & Destroy competitors are trying to force its removal
  242. Netbooks could soon outsell proper notebooks
  243. Google uncloaks once-secret server
  244. Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries
  245. Windows 7 Might Block Third-Party Video Codecs
  246. Voice-controlled Asus Eee PCs this year
  247. Facial Recognition Comes to Facebook
  248. Microsoft to Tackle Pirated Windows XP Professional
  249. Mozilla gives 3D web another shot
  250. Two new improvements to Google results pages