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Re: Ultrawideband Spec Battle Takes Shape 4  loveless   2004-12-22 07:46:39 
Re: Open-Source News? Wiki Builds a New Kind of Journalism 2  HelmutLeitner   2004-12-22 07:43:21 
Re: Google Turns a New Page in Library Project 3  benhugh365   2004-12-21 11:52:29 
Re: IBM Heralds Burgeoning BladeCenter Support 2  vito   2004-12-20 11:07:23 
Re: MPAA Slaps P2P Networks with Lawsuits and Arrests 2  twizted_pair   2004-12-19 14:01:22 
Re: O'Keefe's Exit May Save Hubble 2  stretch   2004-12-16 17:33:02 
Re: PalmSource Buys into China and Linux 3  linux24   2004-12-15 13:38:42 
Re: Nextel and Sprint: The Big Little Guy 2  linux24   2004-12-15 13:33:34 
Re: If Microsoft Changed, Would Anyone Notice? 6  r0k   2004-12-13 20:14:20 
Re: IT Dabbles with Firefox, But Few Plan To Switch from IE 2  gbarnes2   2004-12-12 11:38:18 
Re: Blu-Ray or HD DVD? Both, Says Thomson 2  mabricen   2004-12-10 12:08:29 
Re: Big Blue's Departure from the PC Biz 2  mabricen   2004-12-09 05:08:04 
Re: High-Def DVD Formats Fight for Dominance 2  alecwest   2004-12-08 08:04:16 
Re: Encrypted File Sharing: P2P Fights Back 4  obwez   2004-12-01 17:08:37 
Re: Firefox Emerges as Threat in Internet Browser Battle 2  Edouin   2004-12-01 09:39:36 
Re: Lycos Europe Aims To Thwart Spammers with DDoS Attacks 2  Edouin   2004-12-01 09:21:33 
Re: US Scientists Claim Breakthrough in Hydrogen Fuel Research 3  werhane   2004-11-30 15:32:36 
Re: Music, Film and the Price of Downloading 2  wordwrkr   2004-11-30 11:05:13 
Re: High-Tech Companies and Formula One Racing 2  torpyn   2004-11-28 15:02:02 
Re: RFID Tags and the Question of Personal Privacy 2  Splatus   2004-11-24 08:22:59 

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