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Re: Eolas Attorney Refutes W3C Objections to Web Patent 2  furlock   2003-12-08 13:54:33 
Re: Apple, Linux and Microsoft: Losing the Religion 8  richardpitre   2003-12-08 12:22:21 
Re: Diebold Retracts Legal Threats Over Voting Machine Flaws 3  nailgn   2003-12-06 18:45:27 
Re: RIAA Sues More P2P Users 2  adminman   2003-12-05 06:04:42 
Re: Any Requests? Digital Singers Are Tuning Up 2  laidiedevil   2003-12-04 17:47:53 
Re: Nano Bill Promises Real Results 2  fedrive   2003-12-04 12:27:23 
Re: Internet Esperanto - Web Services Enter the Mainstream 3  M--C   2003-12-02 18:09:13 
Re: An Open-Source Search Engine Takes Shape 3  tomrobertsxx   2003-12-02 15:35:44 
Re: Next Gen DVD Standard Fuels Format War 2  fedrive   2003-12-02 10:24:05 
Re: Public Libraries Use Internet to Sell Old Books, Help Budgets 2  brian246   2003-12-02 09:57:03 
Re: Apple Computer - From Proud PC Inventor to Niche Player 4  DaSting   2003-12-02 00:41:32 
Re: Critical IE Flaws Invoke Debate on Bug Reporting 2  dfoote1   2003-12-01 21:03:34 
Re: Computer Associates and the Future of Security: An Interview with Ian Hameroff 2  mt025   2003-12-01 11:24:18 
Re: Spyware Targeted at Congressional Hearing 4  janem581   2003-11-26 16:34:55 
Re: Think Tank Wants Public's Help in 'Spyware' Fight 2  scottmoore   2003-11-25 17:28:19 
Re: Hacker Drills Hole in iTunes Security Blanket 2  smalldog   2003-11-25 09:45:03 
Re: SCO CEO Defines, Defends Legal Strategy 4  bobhahn   2003-11-22 12:54:56 
Re: Plastic Discovery Means Advanced Memory 2  fedrive   2003-11-19 19:25:06 
Re: SCO vs. IBM: The Other Reality 97  joeblah   2003-11-19 07:42:06 
Re: Roxio CEO Chris Gorog Tells TechNewsWorld 'We Will Take Market Share from Apple' 4  sinican   2003-11-09 20:26:15 

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