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  1. Mu, the awesome folding UK Power Plug, is now shipping
  2. Not really… Imagine your soggy legs and bums after playing this.
  3. Japanese firm to build space elevator by 2050
  4. LG Optimus L3 heads to EU this month
  5. Lego Raptor in Lego Raptor sounds hilarious as it is
  6. Archos Child Pad Android tablet runs ICS
  7. A-Data DashDrive Durable HD710 rugged portable drive protects data with rock solidity
  8. HTC Gives Devs More APIs, Including Beats Audio
  9. Apple, Samsung Suits Tossed by German Court
  10. ITC to Review Its Microsoft v. Motorola Decision
  11. FCC Deals a Blow to Dish Network's Network Plans
  12. YouTube phenomenon has girls asking: Am I Pretty?
  13. Correction: Yelp-IPO story
  14. Obama Adds Birth Certificate to Facebook Timeline
  15. iPads Running iOS 6 Crop Up in Web Traffic Logs
  16. Why the Security Industry Never Actually Makes Us Secure
  17. Apple's App Store: 25 Billion Downloads
  18. It's not the iPad 3, But it Would be Sweet if it was (Video)
  19. Social Video Sharing App ShowYou Goes Deep With v3.0
  20. A 7th advertiser pulls out of Limbaugh's show
  21. LG Rumor Reflex Landing at Boost Mobile Soon
  22. Google dishing up 'Key Lime Pie' for Android?
  23. Is this what the iPad 3 will Look Like?
  24. Senator Asks FTC to Look Into Android, Apple Privacy Breaches
  25. ITC to review its decision on Microsoft, Motorola patent case
  26. Apple finally name-drops Corning as iPhone glass manufacturer
  27. Ford Focus gets EPA rating: 105 MPGe, 76-mile range
  28. Facebook and Reality
  29. Abu Dhabi gets full ownership of chip manufacturer
  30. Bankruptcy threat to iPad trademark challenger
  31. Isis Scores Point-of-Sale Terminal Support
  32. Official Roku remote app rolls out for Android
  33. Apple crosses 25 billion App Store downloads, thanks all the little people
  34. Walking with different people
  35. Mercedes slaps sheet of LEDs on the side of an F-Cell, turns car into a chameleon
  36. HTC may not have PureView, but it does have ImageSense
  37. LG introduces WCD-800 wireless charger at MWC
  38. Mercedes Benz rolls out invisible F-Cell Car
  39. China is the world’s first country to have 1 billion mobile subscribers
  40. Star Wars designer Ralph McQuarrie passes away at age 82
  41. Pentax unveils Limited Edition Silver K-5 DSLR with bundled smc PENTAX-DA lens
  42. Asus executives confirms Jelly Bean is Android 5.0
  43. Apple's app store reaches 25 billion downloads
  44. Nokia Says 'PureView' Tech Headed to Lumia Smartphones
  45. Verizon Argues Spectrum Case Despite Low 4G Uptake
  46. Nokia Discontinuing Ovi Share
  47. AT&T Sunsetting 2G Services on 1900MHz
  48. Crazy futuristic vortex gun can disperse smoke to aid firefighters
  49. New artificial heart produces no pulse, but keeps you alive
  50. 2 UK accused of stealing Jackson music from Sony
  51. Photo project puts pixelated people into Polaroids
  52. Watch DARPA’s disembodied robo arm perform everyday tasks without human input
  53. Google Now Pushing Desktop Search History to Android, iOS
  54. Just Show Me: How to childproof your iPad
  55. Best fitness gadgets that give top results
  56. Google Boosts Android App Size from 50MB to 4GB
  57. Just cutting the grass
  58. Intel presentation confirms Ivy Bridge specifications
  59. The different stages of drugs with trees
  60. Ubuntu 12.04 Beta 1 arrives with new HUD
  61. Android Browser now world’s most popular mobile browser
  62. Asus might unveil Google Play Tablet with Tegra 3 processor for $199
  63. Pencil Launcher creates lethal armor out of school stationery
  64. New game controller prototype tugs on player's thumb tips
  65. Samsung leaks news of Apple’s upcoming 7-inch iPad Mini
  66. Omron Healthcare to introduce two sleep monitors
  67. Sharp is preparing a revolutionary Home Energy Visualization System
  68. Cougar Evolution Galaxy PC Case costs under $95
  69. Galaxy S II will receive an Android 4.0 update by mid-March
  70. Panasonic P-04D Eluga phone amazes in snapshots
  71. iPad dispute signals new era in trademark troubles
  72. Verizon launches wireless broadband for homes
  73. Best fitness gadgets that give top results
  74. Just Show Me: How to childproof your iPad
  75. Google, Motorola Forced to Give Apple Android Data
  76. Verizon Launching LTE-Based Home Broadband Service
  77. Japanese scientists create RAM storage based on Light
  78. Irish police arrest 1 of 5 LulzSec suspects
  79. Expert: Webcam spy suspect's computer used in chat
  80. iPad 3 Rumors: What we think we know about Apple’s next tablet
  81. LulzSec Arrests Deal Blow to Hacker Group
  82. Twitter co-founder Dorsey's advice to young innovators
  83. Apple Attempting to Settle Patent Fights with Licensing Terms
  84. Verizon Announces Android 4.0 Update List
  85. Google Relaunching Android Market as Google Play
  86. Verizon Trots Out Another $10 Monthly Bundle Promo
  87. Sprint, T-Mobile Ask FCC to Stop the Clock on Verizon Deals
  88. FBI: Irish misstep led to conference call leak
  89. Hackers busted after one becomes FBI informant
  90. LulzSec leader turns informant, helps FBI bring down group
  91. Android Market checks out, Google Play moves in
  92. More colleges and employers requesting applicants’ Facebook passwords than ever befor
  93. Roomba’s rugged cousin gets called up for military duty
  94. New iPad expected to have modest upgrades
  95. Review: LG Connect 4G for MetroPCS
  96. New iPad expected with faster chip, sharper screen
  97. Just Show Me: How to childproof your Kindle Fire
  98. Netflix could soon be coming … to your cable TV box?
  99. First Impressions: Using the Nikon D4
  100. Report: Microsoft testing WP8 on dual-core CPU
  101. Official Roku remote app rolls out for Android
  102. Just cutting the grass
  103. Not just iOS: Android Apps too can secretly copy and upload photos without your conce
  104. BlackBerry struggles in the sea of advancements at MWC
  105. Google's "Assistant" service will be up against Siri this year
  106. Tata Megapixel car concept unveiled at Geneva Motor Show
  107. Angry Birds Seasons will get the Cherry Blossom update
  108. iFixit Dual Hard Drive Kit for 2011 iMacs
  109. Canon PIXMA MX892 wireless all-in-one prints from the Internet
  110. Bracketron iRoom iDock bags CES Innovation 2012 award
  111. Sprint to Walk Away from LightSquared Deal
  112. Opera Mini Hits BlackBerry App World
  113. Nuance to Acquire Transcription Company
  114. Hackers hit Spanish security co. in revenge attack
  115. Lawyer: Jackson theft accused will prove innocence
  116. Western Digital sells HDD manufacturing to Toshiba
  117. Sonic the Hedgehog’s Chaos Emerald-inspired energy drinks pack an extra punch of oomp
  118. Microsoft’s video spreads buzz of upcoming Halo 4 game
  119. Toyota unveils hideous and eco-friendly FT-BH Hybrid concept for 2012 Geneva Motor Sh
  120. Toshiba unveils Qosmio X870 gaming notebook with 17.3-inch display
  121. Solar-powered ski helmet provides for eco-friendly communications at the slopes
  122. Square integrates New York cabs with iPads enabling credit card payments
  123. Black-bunned Darth Vader Burger looks far from edible
  124. Samsung Smart Touch Remote and Wireless Keyboard unveiled
  125. Simcity 2013, makes you the mayor again
  126. Apple unveils new iPad with sharper screen
  127. Apple lets movies into iCloud, upgrades Apple TV
  128. Apple CEO speaks of post-PC era at iPad event
  129. Harry Potter tour will showcase the actual Hogwarts castle used in the films
  130. You can now buy any of your Twitter pals a drink via Tweet-a-Beer
  131. Google Updates Search App for Windows Phone
  132. iOS 5.1 Fixes Battery and Dropped Audio Bugs
  133. iPhoto Available for iPhone and iPad
  134. iTunes Match Now Supports Movies, iOS 5.1 Announced
  135. Apple describes post-PC era, surprise of success
  136. Apple’s new iPad can max out your data plan in 10 minutes
  137. Apple officially reveals the new iPad, and yes, you’re probably going to want one
  138. Potato!
  139. Just Show Me: How to disable Beam on your Android phone
  140. Holy Holey Optochip! IBM Hits a Terabit of Info Per Second
  141. Apple, book publishers face e-book antitrust lawsuit
  142. Disillusioned ex-Anonymous first outed Sabu last year
  143. Anonymous' open letter to Sabu: How does it feel to be a traitor?
  144. LulzSec hacker "Sabu" Working for the U.S FBI
  145. 3D auto puzzles of American muscle are actually motorized
  146. Japanese scientists create RAM storage based on Light
  147. Level: Pharmacies
  148. Zynga to launch its own gaming platform this month
  149. Thick core arctic ice melting faster than its edge
  150. Apple unveils new iPad with high-definition screen
  151. Wanted: Censor for Pakistan's Internet
  152. New iPad shows tablet trajectory from nice to necessary
  153. Twitter and Facebook bloom on iPad with Biologic
  154. Massive solar storm headed toward Earth
  155. Sprint and Boost Both to Offer LG Rumor Reflex
  156. Nokia Details System Updates for Lumia 800 and 710
  157. Chrome for Android Updated to Squash Bugs
  158. OTA iOS App Downloads Bumped from 20MB to 50MB
  159. Microsoft Reveals Limitations of Windows Phone Tango
  160. Apple almost sold out of new 4G iPads
  161. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the Back to the Future hoverboards
  162. LG Optimus Vu made available in Korea
  163. Will the iPad 3 sport a tactile display?
  164. iPhone Polarizing Lens case erases annoying reflections
  165. Nook Tablet to receive ICS update, but with a catch
  166. Video: Nokia to use nanotechnology, making your phone water repellant
  167. MIT certifies legitimate 'pirates'!
  168. RIM Buys RF Engineering Firm
  169. C Spire Names LTE Markets for September Launch
  170. FCC Hoping to Toss Verizon's Data Roaming Challenge
  171. Sprint Signs LTE Wholesalers
  172. Sprint Improves Michigan's 3G Network
  173. APNewsBreak: Full Titanic site mapped for 1st time
  174. Discord unites elite hackers charged in NY, IL
  175. iPad dominates due to Apple's supply deals
  176. Dad-son talk, celebrity tweets key to viral video
  177. Investors to get Google records on online drug ads
  178. See an Angry Birds Space demonstration … in space
  179. FCC Demands Verizon Refile Paperwork with Fewer Blank Spots
  180. Pint-sized boxing robot is a motion-controlled fighting machine
  181. Just Show Me: How to disable NFC on your Android phone
  182. 'Kony 2012' viral video stirs controversy
  183. iPad 3: What we didn't get
  184. Solar storms: Five facts you should know
  185. Lockheed touts progress on Space Fence
  186. Overclocking champ draws a crowd at CeBIT
  187. Path rolls out API, partners with Nike to appeal to runners
  188. Caterpillar graduates from construction equipment to cellphones
  189. HTC Droid Incredible 4G may be through at FCC right now
  190. Video: Toshiba scans fruits, sans barcodes
  191. Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 will be announced tomorrow?
  192. Skydivers see a new upper limit with the Red Bull Skydive Capsule
  193. Survey ranks Google highly despite privacy fears
  194. Hacker arrested in NYC cooperated from Day 1
  195. Sprint Likes the Sound of the ZTE Fury, Lands March 11
  196. Apple Blocked from Pursuing Kodak Lawsuit
  197. Sony to launch blue PSP in Japan by April end
  198. Red Bull’s capsule to take Felix Baumgartner to a record-breaking 120,000 feet off gr
  199. Belkin launches cases for newly launched Apple iPad 3
  200. Volvo develops external airbags to save pedestrians from fatal accidents
  201. Skateboard deck celebrating The Simpsons’ 500th episode unleashed
  202. NASA flight engineer uses Angry Birds to explain microgravity
  203. New Toshiba supermarket scanner identifies objects by appearance, does away with barc
  204. Android 4.0 update announced for HTC Sensation and Sensation XE in Germany
  205. Apple’s iPad 3 finally surfaces leaving ripples in the world of technology!
  206. February video game retail sales drop 20 percent
  207. VEVO launches redesign with Facebook in mind
  208. Apple to add 3,600 jobs at new $304M Texas campus
  209. Global warming catastrophe: Island nation swallowed whole by the sea
  210. Lego artist creates life-size … anesthesia machine?
  211. What the Friday: Concept mask will charge your iPhone and make you look like Darth Va
  212. Anonymous leaks Symantec's Norton antivirus source code
  213. The $1 per month Twitter business model
  214. Has iOS 5.1 turned the iPhone 4S into a 4G device overnight?
  215. Sprint wants to connect all your wireless, from phones to dog collars
  216. How to create a business in 48 hours
  217. Does iOS 5.1 fix battery drain? Some say yes, some say no
  218. Sprint-flavored iPad coming sooner rather than later?
  219. What the new iPad tells us about the next iPhone
  220. You've got bad mail: An Android beef
  221. Facebook 'friend' offer exposes man's other wife
  222. Nuclear renaissance? More like nuclear standstill
  223. Sun sends another cosmic burst our way
  224. NYC hacker informant involved with drugs, theft
  225. Spring out of bed: It's daylight science time
  226. Quake monitors gauge quality of Arctic ice
  227. Shedding light on daylight-saving time
  228. Venus and Jupiter getting ready to tango
  229. Hackers breach porn site, get 40,000 credit card numbers
  230. IE 9 cracked during annual hacking contest
  231. Maps for Android Updated with Simpler Menus
  232. Apple Pulling the Plug on iWork.com July 31
  233. Vocre 2.0 Offers Instant Translation within Video Calls
  234. Apple Fixes 81 Flaws in iPhone, iPad Operating System
  235. Google Patches One Chrome Flaw; Second Reserved for Paying Customers
  236. Who's got the world's cleanest computers?
  237. 12-year-old sues school district over Facebook profile search
  238. Wikipedia gone daddy from Go Daddy
  239. Two flares add to a string of solar fireworks
  240. Pre-ordering new iPad? You'll have to wait
  241. Swiss 'birdman' glides across Alps in free fall
  242. Will drug-free 'hacks' build a better brain?
  243. Web giants' privacy strategy faces hard sell
  244. At SXSW, apps buzz is location, location, location
  245. Japan earthquake anniversary: Digital media lessons we've learned
  246. Is the iPad's display a slam dunk?
  247. Jane McGonigal: Get resilient via games
  248. Amateurs battle malware, hackers in UK cybergames
  249. British cybergames stage mock hack attacks
  250. NASA tangled up in suit over evolution views