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  1. Mobile phone virus hoax surfaces once more
  2. Intel shunts retirement plan outside
  3. Dell swaggers to centre stage
  4. You Read My Mind
  5. Dell: No-os Pcs Aren't Designed For Linux
  6. ==== Short Takes ====
  7. Two missing girls...
  8. Hush-Hush Hooray, Says NYC
  9. How to build a time machine
  10. Experimental 'jet' a success.
  11. Could Yucca Mountain Blow Sky High?
  12. Kilometre-tall power tower approved
  13. Republicans Pressure Bush to Snub World Summit
  14. EU plans to enforce electronic data storage
  15. Video Games Don't Kill People--people Kill People
  16. Flooded Europe Forever Changed
  17. 10 million on flood alert in central China
  18. AMD working on new PC rating method
  19. Techies in line for greatest Brit award
  20. IBM building emergency IM network
  21. Did a 15th-century parchment help guide Columbus to the New World?
  22. Decss Co-author To Be Tried This December
  23. ==== Short Takes ====
  24. AMD releases the AthlonMP 2200+
  25. Office Xp Sp2 Brings Changes To Outlook
  26. Opening of the Great Pyramid's 'Secret Chamber'
  27. Magnetic Fluids
  28. A World Without Water
  29. Electromagnetic Fusion and ET Space Technology
  30. Microsoft Reveals Plans For .net
  31. nVidia claims "Up to a 25% increase in performance" with 40.41 drivers
  32. AMD and UMC to Produce 90nm Chips
  33. Can Airbags Save the World
  34. Hp Goes Corel: Rare Win Or Changing Times?
  35. Interesting propulsion method...
  36. Speed of gravity to be measured
  37. Musical approach helps programmers catch bugs
  38. Wearable Hardware
  39. Organ Cloning
  40. Infrared Alert
  41. A Corker Of A Discovery
  42. Space Sailing by Sunlight
  43. A helmet for protection and direction
  44. Bill Gates sells MSFT, takes Prozac
  45. Diamond Film Could Form Basis of High-Power Electronics
  46. Organic Electronics
  47. Pentium 5 - Lockdown !
  49. Microsoft Unveils Windows Media 9 Series
  50. Sony Preps Net-enabled Tivo Device
  51. Microsoft Releases Windows Xp Media Center Edition
  52. Napster Bites The Dust, This Time For Good
  53. ==== Short Takes ====
  54. Saddam Hussein agrees to inspections (sort of)
  55. Buzz Aldrin punches moon conspiracy theorist
  56. ==== News And Views ====
  57. Sun Announces Plans for Low-Cost Linux PC
  58. No more Bugs !
  59. ==== Short Takes ====
  60. Bit by bit, digital freedom disappears
  61. The worlds first AOL computer?
  62. I always wanted to know that !
  63. ==== Short Takes ====
  64. ==== News And Views ====
  65. Amd Closes Performance Gap With Intel
  66. ==== News And Views ====
  67. Panic Buttons
  68. Life On Venus?
  69. battle of the sexes is taking place in your genes
  70. Why does hair turn gray?
  71. Do those wine-saver gadgets actually work?
  72. Satellites - A Last Vestige Of Old World Values
  73. New Ray Of Hope For Internet Radio Stations
  74. New Bill May Restore Fair Use Rights Under Dmca
  75. Mitnick In The News Again
  76. ==== Security Roundup ====
  77. Virus Alert: Bugbear
  78. IncrediMail Problems = Anything you say or send belongs to them
  79. Three Powerful (and FREE) Tools
  80. Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse High Speed, High Style, High Price=
  81. WOW #7.47 - Lies, spy codes, XDocs and more lies
  82. Red Rock Eater's Grasp of the Planet = a lot of reading
  83. Everything "COMPUTER" for this week:
  84. Windows Registry Guide Update from WinGuides.com
  85. Industry Starts Cracking Down On P2p Downloaders
  86. Webcasters May Find No Relief In New Riaa Compromise
  87. White House Cyberczar Steps Out Of Cyberspace To Ask For Cyberstuff
  88. Solar Sightings
  89. Chatty Star Wars Spy Nabbed By Lucasfilms
  90. AMD Releases Opteron Benchmarks
  91. What is a gene?
  92. Root Servers hit again
  93. City Spotting
  94. PopSci's Brilliant 10
  95. X-men 2
  96. X-men
  97. U.K Opens Trek Exhibit
  98. Porn censorship at work shock
  99. Two Headed Snake!
  100. Survival: The Political Dynamics of Space Colonization
  101. Your name on Mars ?
  102. Thread of the Month Award Submissions!
  103. Thread of the Month Awards time!
  104. Microsoft violates Trust Agreement.
  105. Dogs prefer Bach to Britney
  106. Free MIT Courses!
  107. Japan's Prototype Space Shuttle Makes First Test Flight
  108. Life on Venus may be microbe clouds
  109. AIM And ICQ to be Integrated
  110. Crater Face
  111. Interface Of The Future?
  112. First look at the guts of GM's fuel cell Autonomy car
  113. ==== News And Views ====
  114. Poll: TotM Award
  115. Poll: Thread of the Month Award!
  116. Alertness pill seeks wider uses
  117. 24/7 generation
  118. Wakeful not 'wired'
  119. The PopSci Project: 5 Steps to the Perfect Home Theater
  120. Magic pool table creates wizard potters
  121. The table is hooked up to a computer that displays a headshot of James - your compute
  122. AURORA OUTLOOK: Earth is heading for a solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole
  123. Sundogs
  124. SuperCookies bypass P3P and cookie controls
  125. Security Alert: "Viral" Greeting Cards Wreak Havoc
  126. E-mail And Web Sites Are Computer-based Attacks, Says Gov
  127. Fbi Attempting To Trace Attacks On 'modern Cockroach'
  128. Riaa-backed Webcasting Bill Won't Be Passed By Senate
  129. Rolling Stone magazine slams record label execs.
  130. SETI@home yields to pressure to curb cheating
  131. X doesn't mark the spot.
  132. Online music sales sing the blues
  133. MorphOS
  134. microsoft working with NSA to monitor citizens
  135. kevin mitnick's missing chapter
  136. U.S. Mil Suggests China Has Control Of Its Hacker Population
  137. Icann To Push Into Internet Security Using Foreign Cash
  138. In The Bag
  139. Coffee drinkers have lower diabetes risk
  140. It's as we suspected - drink makes you drunk!
  141. Key internet server relocated
  142. How the shark got its hammerhead
  143. ==== News And Views ====
  144. ==== Short Takes ====
  145. Microsofts Anti-trust case settled?
  146. The Chameleon Spacesuit: Light-weight Life-saver
  147. Original Mac hand leads Sun desktop charge
  148. Salt wrecking Antarctic explorers legacy
  149. Making Microchips Takes Mountain of Materials
  150. Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors - Clearing Up Confusion
  151. British Museum considers Elgin Marbles 'swap' to reduce 6m debt
  152. US military zeros in on Brit cracker
  153. UK Govt warns of e-scams
  154. Gator bites back, sues suer
  155. Venus mission is on.
  156. Mars to Get Closer than Ever in Recorded History in 2003
  157. Elections and Technology
  158. Pci-x 1066
  159. Cray's king-of-the-hill supercomputer
  160. American Freedom Going Bye Bye
  161. Polymers could push Internet speed
  162. A Good Spin
  163. Dial P For Parking
  164. Hand Weights Enhanced Ancient Athletes' Performances
  165. Oil Spills Leave Lasting Mark
  166. Noisy Light is Key to Encryption
  167. Fossil Puts Palm OS in a Wrist Watch
  168. Crooks Slip Up Selling Loot Back to Owner
  169. Police Recover Historic Newton Books
  170. RIAA engineered the webcast split - former exec
  171. Homeland Security Act approved by Senate
  172. Report calls for nanotech laissez-faire
  173. Short Takes
  174. Microsoft solves "giant shoebox problem"
  175. Exhibit = Major, Copious ^Clarity
  176. The Heart Of Things
  177. The Darker Side of Computer Recycling
  178. Ms-dos 1981-2002 Rip
  179. AMD Announces A Shift In Focus From PC Processors
  180. 360 degree view of Stonehenge
  181. The Time/Space Dis-Continuum
  182. Egyptologists: It is Time to Prove Your Claims
  183. Archaeological Cover-ups: A Plot to Control History? Pt 1
  184. Archaeological Cover-ups: A Plot to Control History? Pt 2
  185. Kazaa poisoned with salted files
  186. Apple ships Athlon-equipped Macs to testers
  187. Mystery of the Silver Rings
  188. Aids on the increase in U.K
  189. Biomolecular Computers
  190. DNA patterns produce ultimate personalised gift
  191. Plague of giant jellyfish hits Japan
  192. Quantum computing making 'tremendous progress'
  193. Taste Test
  194. Dial P For Parking
  195. UK Govt to post UFO sightings on Net
  196. microsoft announces ads for BSOD (followup)
  197. Tattooing robot unveiled at hi-tech trade fair
  198. Atlantis under Antarctica: The evidence thus far.
  199. Between Science and Spirituality
  200. SETI@Home Revisits Its 100 Best Signals
  201. ==== Short Takes ====
  202. AMD raises Q4 guidance
  203. Boeings Latest "Stealth" plane named after Star Trek space craft
  204. ISP download caps to slow swapping?
  205. Sneaky New Form of Online Ads Pops Up
  206. Microsoft Strong-arms Windows Enthusiast
  207. NASA: Water is everywhere on Mars
  208. In a major strategy shift, Microsoft will introduce software based on the Linux open
  209. Starfish to inspire scientists.
  210. Record Ice loss in the artic.
  211. Your Right To Remain Anonymous Is Eroding
  212. Wal-Mart takes control of big Japanese retailer
  213. Microsoft Warns of New Vulnerabilities in Windows
  214. Grid computing from Sun
  215. Seeing Stars
  216. The Plague of Evolution
  217. It's huge, it's green--and it may even happen.
  218. Welsh Web designer pleads guilty to virus creation
  219. Warming PC sound with vacuum tubes
  220. NASA shortlists life on Mars missions
  221. Blogs Make the Headlines
  222. Bird? Plane? UFO? No, Stratellite
  223. Bush administration proposes mega-Carnivore system?
  224. Robot fish powered by artificial muscle
  225. Greece, Denmark (and no-one else) make EC copyright deadline
  226. Are blogs getting to the news before the news outlets?
  227. Kodak Battling a Digital Rebellion
  228. 2002: The year in technology
  229. Yeast biologists put winemaking world in a ferment
  230. 2002: The year in medicine and biology
  231. Details Emerge In Sendo And Microsoft Dispute
  232. Do You know your Internet history?
  233. Lab-grown steaks nearing the menu
  234. New Word macro virus spotted
  235. Heads or Tails? If you are a Quantum Mechanic .....
  236. Congress could soon end the five-year debate over digital music copyright.
  237. What do you get when black holes meet? A really big black hole.
  238. Gservo Certified cool: Dolby Virtual Speaker Technology
  239. Book Ends
  240. Air ionisers wipe out hospital infections
  241. Habitable planets may be common
  242. Can tough little bugs speed up computing?
  243. ==== Short Takes ====
  244. * Microsoft Names Titanium, Releases Beta 2
  245. Maxtor CEO resigns to lead Selectron
  246. Deal puts Rambus in future PlayStation
  247. Las Vegas gadget show delights
  248. McDonald's dumps network plan
  249. Microsoft takes media beyond Windows
  250. Gateway Bombs During Holidays, Plans Restructuring