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  1. Apple, AT&T Five Year Exclusivity Agreement Confirmed
  2. Twitter wipes out followers to kill bug
  3. Why Perl isn't Going Away Soon (Or Ever)
  4. You wouldn’t drink 9-year-old milk, so why use a 9-year-old browser?
  5. Google Chrome 6.0.401.1
  6. Apple Launches iPhone 4
  7. Public DNS providers: Do they actually improve your experience?
  8. Intel to Acquire McAfee for $7.68 Bln
  9. Neowin t-shirt contest: Winners announced!
  10. Deeper Facebook integration coming to Windows Phone 7 soon?
  11. FUSE Labs brings new projects – Spindex, Project Emporia, SocialGadgets, and Montage
  12. Windows 8 and Windows Live Wave 5 to offer cloud-based identity and roaming settings?
  13. iPad 2 coming in January, Light Peak MBP in April?
  14. Accelerate Your Startup: Develop a Repeatable Sales Model
  15. Apple to expand their campus
  16. A history of viruses on Linux
  17. Chrome gives the option to hide any extension button
  18. Homeland Security seizes over 70 domains
  19. Kinect used to control the original Super Mario Bros.
  20. Weekend tech reading: Why Sony turned down Kinect
  21. Weekend Open Forum: Where do you buy online?
  22. Crytek: the PC is "a generation ahead," but PS3 and 360 holding it back
  23. Google accidentally blocks mobile porn searches
  24. US government seizes 77 piracy and counterfeit domains
  25. Chrome extension and Kinect control the browser with gestures
  26. Weekend game deals: Win your top 5 most desired games
  27. Boxee Box gets its first firmware update, instructions inside
  28. Google: Chrome OS could replace 60% of Windows PCs
  29. The Pirate Bay loses court appeal
  30. DRAM prices to keep falling in first half of 2011
  31. Leaked: pictures of Android 2.3 running on the Nexus S
  32. TiVo keeps bleeding money: Q3 was bad, Q4 could be worse
  33. OnLive thanks early adopters with free MicroConsole
  34. Thursday tech deals: Black Friday bonanza
  35. Toshiba and Vizio to unveil Google TV products at CES
  36. ChevronWP7: Windows Phone 7 unlocker released
  37. XM and Sirius to finally merge in Canada
  38. Chrome OS in 2011, Google-branded hardware in December
  39. Intel's Oak Trail platform enters production, ARM not worried
  40. Leaked: ATI Radeon HD 6990 specifications
  41. MilTube: a video-sharing site for the military
  42. FCC wants to let you send text messages to 911
  43. Facebook completely removes Gmail contact importing
  44. Activision denies plans to charge for COD multiplayer
  45. Microsoft hires Barbie to attract girls to Computer Engineering
  46. Download of the Week: Soluto
  47. Google fanboys egg blurred-out Street View homes
  48. Sophos: 150,000 Mac users made 50,000 malware reports
  49. Facebook co-founder launches Jumo, a ”social network for change”
  50. Google Australia launches YouTube Sessions music channel, tweaks Maps
  51. Kinect sales reach 2.5 million
  52. Forget Net Neutrality, Comcast Might Break the Web
  53. Web Standards development at the W3C TPAC 2010
  54. News Corp open to MySpace sale
  55. Flock’s Newest Social Browser Launches, Finally Supports Mac
  56. Verizon Photoshops iPhone maps screen onto Droid X
  57. Playboy releases entire catalog on hard drive, easy to hide
  58. Gartner Forecasts: PC Shipments Down, Tablets Up
  59. Dell intros Vostro V130 with new Intel cooling technology
  60. Asus Crosshair IV Extreme Review: Lucid HydraLogix Inside
  61. Kinect sells 2.5 million units in 25 days, twice as fast as the iPad
  62. PayPal payments increase 19% on Black Friday
  63. Survey: Apple first in mobile OS brand loyalty, Microsoft last
  64. Google Earth 6 released, with 3D trees!
  65. AMD launches Radeon HD 6000M series mobile graphics
  66. Torrent users sue US Copyright Group for fraud and extortion
  67. Microsoft planning TV subscription service for Xbox
  68. 3DTV sales to more than double in 2011
  69. Cyber Monday tech deals: $50 off any Dell desktop
  70. Nokia Situations: make your phone aware of its environment
  71. ChevronWP7: Microsoft, unlocking, and piracy, oh my!
  72. First laptops with Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs spotted
  73. Sharp's Galapagos tablet to launch in Japan next month
  74. WikiLeaks documents link China to Google attack
  75. Microsoft may fight Windows 8 piracy by using the cloud
  76. Microsoft’s Jon Roskill on Building Community with the Microsoft Partner Network
  77. FCC’s New Net Neutrality Rules to Regulate Wireless Lightly
  78. New Bing shopping feature: Bing Shopping List
  79. Chrome Web Store Launch On The Cards
  80. ChevronWP7 pulled
  81. Selectively Filtering Content in Web Browsers
  82. Google Editions to Be Released This Month
  83. Custom WP7 ringtone manager now available
  84. Most Shared Section in Google News
  85. Samsung shows flexible 3D OLED TV concept
  86. Google launching Google Editions ebook store by year's end
  87. Seagate ends acquisition talks, starts $2 billion buyback
  88. Tegra 2-powered ViewSonic G Tablet lands for $399
  89. LCD prices increasing going into the holiday season
  90. Facebook now valued at $50 billion
  91. Rumor: first Windows Phone 7 update will be massive
  92. Sandisk, Sony, Nikon propose 2TB/500MBps memory card
  93. Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 leaked, coming December 7
  94. Playboy releases every issue since 1953 on a portable HDD
  95. Winamp 5.6 and Winamp 0.9.2 beta for Android arrive
  96. Mozilla: Microsoft, Google, Apple, and others are being evil
  97. Europe opens antitrust investigation on Google
  98. Intel talks dedicated media accelerators in Sandy Bridge
  99. Operation Payback Day 2: Teen boy arrested, more attacks planned
  100. Google’s top 10 fastest rising searches for 2010
  101. Michael Birch Returns To Resurrect Bebo
  102. Speech Comes Alive in 2010
  103. Don’t Count Samsung’s Bada Out of the Smartphone Game
  104. Mark Zuckerberg to give the majority of his wealth to charity
  105. Twitter Used By 8 Percent of American Internet Users
  106. Chrome Web Store and Web Apps
  107. iTunes 90-second song previews go live
  108. Chrome OS might reduce PC prices drastically
  109. DivX HiQ better than Adobe at Flash video?
  110. Google shows off Motorola tablet prototype with Android 3.0
  111. Intel's Atom to ship in over 35 tablets next year
  112. TI intros dual-core 1.5GHz SoC for phones, tablets
  113. Netflix strikes deal with Disney and ABC
  114. Intel, AMD, system builders to drop VGA by 2015
  115. Quadrotor uses Kinect as an obstacle avoidance system
  116. Android users are the biggest data hogs
  117. Single software licence shared 770,000 times
  118. Apple releases QuickTime 7.6.9, fixes 15 security flaws
  119. LCD makers fined 649 million for price fixing
  120. Dell continues comeback in Q3 2010, Asus enters top five
  121. OnLive coming to iPad, Android, has potential beyond gaming
  122. Steam contest gives you a chance to win 100 games
  123. Amazon launches Kindle App for Web, but Google is no friend
  124. Google opens Chrome Web Store, first Chrome OS hardware
  125. Tuesday tech deals: $360 off 55" Sharp HDTV
  126. Apple to release iPad 2 in April 2011
  127. Toshiba readying three new tablet PCs for Q1 2011
  128. US Copyright Group drops 97% of cases against torrent users
  129. Consumer Reports rates AT&T the worst carrier in the US
  130. Futuremark releases basic and advanced 3DMark 11
  131. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 570 (1280MB) Review
  132. AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition CPU Review
  133. Nvidia launches 500-series mobile graphics with rebadged GT 435M
  134. Rumor: Seagate rejected Western Digital takeover bid
  135. Lawsuit finds that EMI distributed music illegally on Rapidshare
  136. Google buys antipiracy firm Widevine for on demand video
  137. Mozilla launches Firefox Live to promote browser
  138. Google officially introduces Android 2.3 and Nexus S
  139. Windows Phone Marketplace reporting changes: will we see some actual usage numbers so
  140. Hands On: Google Cr-48 Chrome laptop
  141. Patch Tuesday: 17 bulletins, 40 vulnerabilities – last of the year
  142. Microsoft tried to buy Facebook outright for $15 billion
  143. Spotify won't launch in the US this year, will cost $10 per month
  144. Google now activating 300,000 Android phones daily
  145. YouTube removing 15 minute upload length, for some
  146. New BitTorrent client offers truly decentralized P2P
  147. Single software license shared 770,000 times
  148. Smurfs Village is free but still becomes the highest grossing iTunes application
  149. Anon in chaos as command structure fails
  150. Companies Turn to Social Tools But Information Overload Looms
  151. The New World of Enterprise Collaboration
  152. Daily Gaming: December 9, 2010
  153. Cities Fighting Crime With Smartphone Apps
  154. Lenovo announces new Sandy Bridge notebooks, desktop
  155. Notion Ink preparing for Adam preorders, pricing starts at $375
  156. WikiLeaks rival to launch next week
  157. Chrome 9 To Feature An Enhanced JavaScript Engine
  158. Hotmail on Reddit: some brutally honest feedback
  159. “Wind” might be the Windows 8 UI
  160. MS: “Too many people with too much money invested to let Apple win”
  161. A Day Spent Without My Arm — I Mean, My Phone
  162. Microsoft Shares Cloud Technology With Top Australian Research Organizations
  163. Rumour: Windows Phone 7 update coming in February
  164. Rumor: Windows 8 to have two user interfaces
  165. Iomega eGo 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive Review
  166. Fed Up With Android Market Angry Birds Flies to Carrier Billing
  167. Goodbye FLO TV. Hello, Service and Device Refunds!
  168. TechSpot: Iomega eGo 1TB USB 3.0 Portable HDD review
  169. Lian Li intros $500 Tyr PC-X500FX mid-tower chassis
  170. Review: Archos 32 Internet Tablet
  171. Google Shows Reading Levels for Search Results
  172. Microsoft: IE 9 is the most important IE launch in company history
  173. Is WikiLeaks the Beginning of a New Form of Media?
  174. Adobe announces Flash Player for Chrome OS
  175. Fastest Rising Google Searches in 2010
  176. Verizon Blackberry sales drop 70%, Android to blame
  177. Weekend game deals: 33% off Mafia II, Crysis Warhead
  178. Kinect does Minority Report interface, Air Guitar prototype
  179. PlayStation Phone gets preliminary benchmark results
  180. Join us every week for TechSpot's Friday Night Fragfest!
  181. HTC to triple the number of handsets in 2011
  182. Smaller iPad rumor resurfaces, iPad 2 details surface
  183. What If You Were Paid Based on Your Klout Score?
  184. Brightkite Checking Out of Location, Embracing Group Text
  185. Google Chrome OS and Disposable Computers
  186. Microsoft tried to aquire Facebook for $15 billion
  187. An Evil Downside of Better Mobile Devices: More to Carry and Choose
  188. Where Is The Online Android Market Google Promised?
  189. Weekend Open Forum: Gadgets you can't live without
  190. Foxconn now has more than 1 million employees
  191. Rumor: Apple ditching Nvidia for Intel and AMD
  192. Mozilla patches 11 security flaws in Firefox
  193. Two Windows Phone 7 updates coming in early 2011
  194. Chrome OS Event Highly Discussed In Tech Blogs
  195. Microsoft and Twitter CEOs meet publicly, talk secretly
  196. The Sly Collection: PlayStation 3 Review
  197. Android This Week: Nexus S; Priority Inbox; New YouTube
  198. Angry Birds to land on the PC soon
  199. Microsoft to close KIN Studio
  200. Is Pay-Per-Use for Broadband Inevitable?
  201. Microsoft has been funding anti-Google group since 2007
  202. Why Nokia’s NAVTEQ Bought Hit Traffic App Trapster
  203. Apple quietly kills jailbreak detection API in iOS
  204. Twitter to open European HQ in London
  205. Android Market to get a facelift
  206. Weekend tech reading: Elder Scrolls V, Mass Effect 3 announced
  207. Will Microsoft update Windows Phone 7 on a monthly basis?
  208. Australia’s biggest telco switching email to Windows Live?
  209. Microsoft Kinect meets the Minority Report thanks to MIT
  210. Gawker source code and database leaked
  211. Dutch arrest 19 year old for DDOS attacks
  212. Microsoft Montage turns your search terms into a single-page magazine
  213. Predictions 2011: If Pay-Per-Use Comes to Broadband, Then What?
  214. FCC: 68% of US broadband connections aren't broadband
  215. Chrome Extensions Nearing Firefox
  216. Adobe In Work To Rectify Flash Problem in Chrome Notebooks
  217. DailyBooth Goes Mobile. Launches New iPhone App, Android App Soon
  218. More details surface on Motorola's Android 3.0 tablet
  219. Sonic.net Will Manage Google’s Stanford Fiber Network
  220. Twitter worm spreading virally, possibly connected to Gawker attack
  221. Win a Chrome OS Notebook
  222. Customer Spotlight: GEICO Uses Windows Phone 7 to Connect With Customers and Employee
  223. Top Twitter Trend for 2010: No, It Wasn’t Justin Bieber
  224. US Air Force bans removeable media
  225. AMD previews new Catalyst Control Center
  226. Microsoft to fix 40 vulnerabilities in 2010's last Patch Tuesday
  227. Minecraft enters beta stage on December 20
  228. Google’s Chrome OS: Dead Before Arrival?
  229. Top ten YouTube videos of 2010
  230. Why Verizon Needs the Apple iPhone Sooner Rather than Later
  231. Google Latitude application now available for iPhone users
  232. Google Latitude app arrives for iPhone
  233. Netflix adds more content in Canada
  234. Dell to acquire Compellent for $960 million
  235. Sponsor post: Sponsor post: Web Site Transparency Is Critical
  236. Sponsor post: Sponsor post: From the Contact Center: Benefits of SIP-enabled VoIP for
  237. Google and Microsoft tricked into serving malware ads
  238. World of Warcraft: Cataclysm breaks first-day PC sales record
  239. Verizon to kill Kin Studio on January 31
  240. Video: The Year In Mobile Recapped (in 180 Seconds)
  241. Daily Gaming: December 13, 2010
  242. Lessons From The Atlantic: Cannibalize Yourself First
  243. Paul Allen's suit against the Web dismissed
  244. Microsoft may show off Windows 8 and new tablet interface at CES
  245. Now That We Have the Web, Do We Need Associated Press?
  246. The National Broadband Plan: Some Assembly Still Required
  247. Seagate announces first 1TB 2.5-inch enterprise hard drive
  248. Google Latitude app arrives for iOS
  249. Delta Airlines installing extra outlets in airports
  250. Google Latitude App for iPhone