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  1. Tor soon the default private mode in FF ?
  2. Microsoft Indonesia: Windows 9 will be free for Windows 8 users
  3. ELLO: Could This Be The End of Facebook?
  4. Facebook prepares to bolster its stalking abilities with new ad tools
  5. Robots Cook Food Using Robohow.
  6. NSA Targets Privacy Conscious for Surveillance
  7. Using Tor becomes a criminal offense in Austria
  8. True mystery of the disappearing TrueCrypt disk encryption software
  9. UK Government Could Fine Companies Still Running Windows XP
  10. Sony to exit PC market, sell VAIO brand
  11. Government launches probe after Huawei engineers allegedly hack BSNL's network
  12. BlackBerry announces Valentine's Day Giveaway promotion for BB10 users
  13. Android had 78.9% of the global smartphone market in 2013
  14. NeoBytes :) "We're proud to introduce Google BlackMail"
  15. New PeerBlock Beta Released After More Than Two Years Without Updates
  16. Google Releases Voice Control Chrome Add-on for Desktops
  17. Microsoft Delays Windows 9, to Launch It in Early 2015
  18. 8StartButton 2.0 unveils radical revamp, adds support for Windows 8.1
  19. Malwarebytes Detects Pirates, Asks Them Not to Steal Software
  20. Ubuntu's Mir Moves Ahead With Unity 8 Interface
  21. As you know every way is good for marketing companies to track you and learn about yo
  22. Adobe Photoshop and Creative Suite to become subscription-only
  23. Shodan: The scariest search engine on the Internet
  24. Netbooks: R.I.P. 2007-2013
  25. Helium-filled WD drives promise huge boost in capacity
  26. Nexus 7 Costs $160 to Make
  27. Adobe Still Has No Fix for Flash Issues in Firefox, but It's Working on It
  28. Microsoft to offer Windows 8 Pro upgrade for just $15
  29. ISPs Refuse to Block New Pirate Bay IP-Address
  30. Breakthrough: Mozilla To Eliminate Add-on Memory Leaks
  31. New 22-nm Intel Ivy Bridge Chips 37% Faster Than Previous Generation...
  32. Chrome Beats Internet Explorer -- Is it a Sign?
  33. Office 15 screenshots surface, show Metro style and more
  34. RIM confirms PlayBook will get BlackBerry 10 OS update
  35. IDC: Android tablets will overtake iPad by 2015, despite everything
  36. First Windows 8 driver update from NVIDIA released
  37. Microsoft sets Office 15 public beta for summer 2012
  38. Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion preview: Notification Center, iMessage, AirPlay and more
  39. The death of Firefox
  40. Apple: The tablet will overthrow the PC, it's just a matter of time
  41. Chrome Edges Firefox for Second Place in Browser Battle
  42. CCleaner for MAC beta 6 released
  43. Windows 8 build 8158 images leak, show off improved Charms Bar
  44. Windows Defender Offline Now Available in Beta
  45. Silverlight 5 now available to download
  46. Google Showing Ads In Chrome Browser, Is This The Beginning Of The End?
  47. Western Digital factories flooded, HDD prices on the rise
  48. Microsoft believes CEO Steve Ballmer is underpaid
  49. Mozilla Firefox -> Protect the Internet
  50. Bill Gates part of Forbes' World's Most Powerful People list
  51. [Hardware] AMD debuts long-awaited Bulldozer desktop CPUs
  52. Kindle Tablet to come out soon.
  53. Rumor: iPhone 5 to go on sale early October?
  54. Firefox 7 to use as much as 50 percent less memory
  55. Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO
  56. Wikipedia losing contributors
  57. AMD launches Radeon RAMs
  58. Google+ undergoing changes based on feedback
  59. Google+ Won't Beat Facebook - Mark Zuckerberg
  60. iPad 3 to debut in October with iPhone 5?
  61. Facebook plans "awesome" launch next week: CEO
  62. MySpace Sold for $35 Million
  63. Men better than Women at Social Networking
  64. Apple will shut off your iPhone video at concerts
  65. Samsung about to become the smartphone king
  66. California to get 1Gbps Internet connection at $70 a month
  67. 'Microsoft Security Essentials' Is Most Used Antivirus Worldwide
  68. Google Releases Stable Version of Chrome 12
  69. Samsungs delivers 'Galxy S II' to the homebrew community
  70. G.Skill Breaks the Overclocking World Record on the Intel LGA 1155 Platform
  71. Eric Schmidt: get a Mac if you want to be secure
  72. Sony is working on PlayStation 4
  73. HTC makes a huge announcement - "No more locking of Bootloaders"
  74. Irish Teen Hacker Scares Microsoft Enough to Land Him a Job
  75. Mark Zuckerberg: children should be allowed to use Facebook
  76. How LinkedIn Became an $8 Billion Company [Infographic]
  77. Mozilla details plans to kill Firefox 3.5
  78. Hackers put Linux back on the Playstation 3
  79. Whitehats steal Chrome security crown, hack browser
  80. Facebook Apps Accidentally Leaking Access to Third Parties
  81. This could really change the Web and piss off groups like RIAA
  82. Facebook to Buy Skype In $4 Billion Deal
  83. Google joins California Do-Not-Track opposition lobby
  84. Google Ranks First in Reputation Survey
  85. Sweden May Mandate Opt-in For Cookie Transfer
  86. Android: the smartphone system with multiple faces
  87. LG Optimus 2X - World's First dual-core phone
  88. Microsoft fixes IE, SMB bugs in big Patch Tuesday
  89. Windows 8 build 7955 in the wild, log on video surfaces
  90. Grooveshark Bites Back at the RIAA: Were Completely Legal
  91. Scientists Successfully Teleport Quantum Information
  92. Toshiba brings self-erasing hard drives to the market
  93. Asia’s just run out of IPv4 Addresses
  94. 75-Year-Old Woman Single-Handedly Cuts Off Internet for Two Countries
  95. Windows 7 share tops XP for first time in U.S.
  96. Mozilla shoots for June 21 release of Firefox 5
  97. Amazon Launches Locker To Store Streaming Music
  98. Report: Iran Tried to Hack the World
  99. Windows 8 - First Look
  100. HP Adding WebOS To Windows PCs
  101. Google lets users blacklist sites from search results
  102. Smartphones Help Diagnose Cancer
  103. New owners of security giants McAfee - Intel
  104. Flash-based solid-state drives nearly impossible to erase
  105. Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Phone
  106. Lawmakers Introduce "Do Not Track Me Online" Bill
  107. Nokia-Microsoft Vs. Google-Apple
  108. Stop Facebook from Cluttering Your Inbox
  109. Get Internet Access When Your Government Shuts It Down
  110. Fan page of Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook was hacked
  111. Longer words are more informative
  112. Egyptian Internet cutoff 'unprecedented'
  113. Internet exhausting addresses, but no IPocalypse...YET !
  114. Stanford students create 'do not track' software
  115. Researcher uses Amazon cloud to crack Wi-Fi passwords
  116. Would you like a laptop with that cellphone,Sir?
  117. FireFox Won the War in Europe
  118. Microsoft to announce 'Avatar Kinect' at CES Keynote?
  119. WikiLeaks: China is Lightyears Ahead in Tech Innovation
  120. Windows 8 Milestone 2 already compiled
  121. Hit by hit, Facebook.com is now bigger than Google.com
  122. IBM near finish line with Racetrack Memory, promises terabytes for mobile devices
  123. Russia to adopt Linux as national operating system by 2015
  124. Mobile Tech Winners & Losers 2010
  125. Mozilla inadvertently leaks 44,000 users' passwords
  126. Gainward Introduces A New Factory-Overclocked Graphics Card
  127. Mark Zuckerberg: The temptation of Facebook's CEO
  128. The Best Laptops for College-Bound Students
  129. Blocking internet pornography ... that's censorship, isn't it?
  130. Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0.657.0 Stable
  131. 0.07 second power outage drops worldwide NAND supplies by 7.5%
  132. Apache resigns from the JCP Executive Committee
  133. 'Logic Gates' Made to Program Bacteria as Computers
  134. Mobile Batteries of the Future...
  135. Customers Fear Pirated Software Says Microsoft
  136. College Student Googles Himself, Finds Out He's a Teenager Wanted for Murder
  137. Seattle Police Turn to Twitter to Track Stolen Vehicles
  138. Computer Excitedly Declares April 11, 1954 Most Boring Day Ever
  139. 'OMG' Facebook Scam Doesn't Let You See Who Viewed Your Profile
  140. German hackers "gained access to Lady Gaga’s computer"
  141. Upgrading A Supercomputer
  142. New Trojan Threat Emerges
  143. Shape-Shifting Battery Smooshes To Fit Sizes AA-D
  144. IBM’s Supercomputer cooled by hot water
  145. Web Browsers, Desktop Software Top "Dirty Dozen" Apps List
  146. Indian websites do your homework for $2
  147. Mount Everest gets 3G coverage
  148. This is How Microsoft Introduced Windows 1.0
  149. 12-year-old finds critical Firefox flaw, earns $3,000 bounty
  150. Google Chrome 8 stable will be launched before the Halloween
  151. Making sense of Google's seemingly kooky concepts
  152. World's Most Considerate Computer Thief Backs Up Victim's Data, Mails It to Him
  153. Top 5 Mistakes Made by Linux First-Timers
  154. Windows Phone 7: ‘last call’ gets a thumbs-up
  155. [TEH INTERNETZ] Internet Explorer usage falls below 50%
  156. PC BIOS soon to be replaced by UEFI
  157. World's first 3D TV without glasses.... (But only if you sit close)
  158. Future cyber weapons - the Stuxnet worm
  159. COICA.... I have no words...
  160. Cheap and inexpensive Desktop chips by AMD screw Intel's plans...
  161. Sony 6X Blu-ray writer USB drive may be too fast for PCs
  162. Intel wants to charge $50 to unlock stuff your CPU can already do
  163. Toshiba preparing glasses-free 3D TVs for Christmas
  164. Toshiba storage breakthrough could bring 10TB HDDs
  165. Ultrasn0w Software Carrier Unlock Released For Apple iPhone 4
  166. HDMI to be replaced with an ethernet cable?
  167. Frash : Flash Finally Arrives On Apple iPad
  168. Dell denies that they lied to consumers over faulty parts
  169. New tech moves beyond the mouse, keyboard and screen
  170. Enable Motion Interpolation for Movies on Your PC
  171. Opera beats chrome speed tests
  172. Transmit FTP client for Mac OS X gets updated to version 4
  173. Five Best Computer Diagnostic Tools (PC)
  174. Google Starts Putting Their Computers
  175. Pakistan court orders Facebook access restored
  176. Apple Passes Microsoft as No. 1 in Tech
  177. 3DMark 11 tech demo released, third quarter launch expected
  178. Kaspersky wants to introduce hardware ID for everyone
  179. Facebook, MySpace caught releasing user data
  180. Pakistan shuts down YouTube & facebook
  181. 5 Services That Leverage Google Wave
  182. Mozilla Ponders an "Open" Web App Store
  183. Google to Offer Encrypted Search
  184. Microsoft Hotmail Changes Again
  185. Firefox 4 HTML5 SUPPORT
  186. Scroogle may have to permanently shut down
  187. iPad Day In Numbers: 300k Devices Sold, 1 Million Apps And 250k iBooks Downloaded
  188. Firefox: 30 percent of the world market
  189. Android Is Apple’s Burger King
  190. LG First 3D TV Goes On Sale For £1700 & It's Not Passive
  191. Apple’s iPad Launch..
  192. ESET Announces Plan to Discontinue NOD32 Antivirus 2.7
  193. Solid State Drives Help Crack Passwords :)
  194. Is 3D TV Here To Stay?
  195. Firefox 4.0 alpha 2 brings out-of-process plug-ins
  196. Three Spaniards arrested in alleged global hacking scheme
  197. World’s Biggest computer Innovation “Aactopus”
  198. Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0.1959.0
  199. [p2pnet]Canadian ISPs and net neutrality rules
  200. [Register]Opera plays chicken with Apple iPhone police
  201. [TechCrunch]If Google Wave Is The Future, Google Buzz Is The Present
  202. [Windows]Restart issues after installing MS10-015(KB977165)
  203. [cnet]Microsoft plans antipiracy update for Windows 7
  204. [WIRED]21st-Century Shooters Are No Country for Old Men
  205. [TheRegister]Google doppelgänger casts riddle over interwebs
  206. [TF]Game Developers Skeptical About Ubisoft’s New DRM
  207. [ars]Windows 7 stability fix breaks stability, puzzles Microsoft
  208. [NYT]The Dozens of Computers That Make Modern Cars Go (and Stop)
  209. Firefox -> Two experimental add-ons were containing trojan horse for Windows platform
  210. DNS 2.0: Google wants to see client addresses in DNS queries
  211. Is google toolbar spying - even when it says it does not?
  212. IE another critical flaws(aka IE is a modern world Pandora box)
  213. Windows released hotfixes addressing critical bug in IE6, IE7, and IE8
  214. 2010 Trends and Predictions
  215. Ford cars to read your Twitter feed
  216. CES shows us the Internet of the future
  217. Five New Year's resolutions for Google
  218. Yahoo! and Microsoft Finalize Search Agreement
  219. Microsoft To Fix Zero-Day IE Bug For Patch Tuesday Release
  220. Acer preps Aspire w/Cmobile Radeon HD 5850ore i7,
  221. Ubuntu Tip : Reinstall Ubuntu automatically
  222. Microsoft’s Next OS “Windows 8″ (Major Release) Coming in 2012
  223. An Early Look At IE9 for Developers
  224. Google's Go: A New Programming Language That's Python Meets C++
  225. Tritton AX 720 Dolby Digital Surround Gaming Headset
  226. Gameskulls GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet Review
  227. Thermaltake WingRS 301 Case Review
  228. NZXT M59 - 001BK Computer Case Review
  229. Aerocool DCC-C900 CPU Cooler Review
  230. Thermolab BADA Heatsink Review
  231. Lancool Dragonlord PC-K58 Case Review
  232. SilverStone Grandia GD04 Case Review
  233. Corsair Obsidian 800D review
  234. Nexus Edge Case Review
  235. Cooler Master Elite 310 case Review
  236. CM Storm Sniper Black Edition Computer Case
  237. World's first iPhone worm
  238. The Gory Details of NY's Antitrust Suit Against Intel
  239. NVIDIA Uses Cartoons to Harass Intel
  240. Intel's Light Peak Technology - Think about Multiple Protocol USB on Steroids
  241. Nvidia finally gets Fermi A2 taped out (GT300)
  242. VIA Introduces New VIA Nano 3000 Series Processors
  243. Western Digital Releasing First 10K RPM 2.5″ SAS Drive
  244. Allmyapps – Your Linux Application Store
  245. eVGA to bring hybrid PhysX/graphics card
  246. HighPoint Announces its First SATA 6 Gb/s Host Adapter
  247. Install Nvidia Graphics Drivers 190.42 in Ubuntu Karmic/Jaunty/Intrepid/Hardy
  248. Photos of upcoming Radeon HD 5970 dual-GPU card leak
  249. TSMC 40nm yield issues resurface
  250. Xerox Develops Silver Ink for Wearable or Throwaway Electronics

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