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  1. Google Patent Could Kill Off Cellphone Contracts
  2. World's Fastest Cyclist Hits 82.3 MPH
  3. LEGO Batman: The Videogame Stacks Up the Fun
  4. Cable Madness: Crazy Connectors We Can Do Without
  5. Bamboo Bike Maker Grows His Frames, Bonsai Style
  6. Positive Rights News From Europe
  7. Web Server On a Business Card
  8. Saudi Arabia Begins To Realize Supercomputer Ambitions
  9. Getting Away With a Cheap Graphics Card
  10. What To Do Right As a New Programmer?
  11. NYT Ponders the Future of Solaris In a Linux/Windows World
  12. White Spaces Test "Rigged," Says Google Co-Founder Page
  13. China Announces Launch-Success Details — Before Launch
  14. How Close Were US Presidential Elections?
  15. AT&T, Verizon To Require Opt-In For User Tracking
  16. After 3 Years, Rockbox 3.0 Released
  17. UK Gov't To Require ID Cards For Some Foreign Residents
  18. Saudi Arabia Begins To Realize Supercomputer Ambitions
  19. Getting Away With a Cheap Graphics Card
  20. What To Do Right As a New Programmer?
  21. NYT Ponders the Future of Solaris In a Linux/Windows World
  22. White Spaces Test "Rigged," Says Google Co-Founder Page
  23. China Announces Launch-Success Details — Before Launch
  24. Transmeta Up For Sale
  25. RIAA Loses $222K Verdict
  26. Google Chrome Spinoff 'Iron' For Privacy Fanatics
  27. SDK Shoot Out, Android Vs. IPhone
  28. Apple Censors App Store Rejection Notices
  29. DOJ Opposes Extending DOJ Copyright Authority
  30. Man Attempts To Cross English Channel With Jet Wing
  31. Embryonic Stem Cells From Adult Cells: Closer to Reality
  32. Transmeta Up For Sale
  33. Alarm Raised For "Clickjacking" Browser Exploit
  34. Run Mac OS X On Non-Apple Hardware, With a Dongle
  35. New GNOME Release Pretties Up Linux Desktop, Adds Cellphone Support
  36. Mac Fans Disappointed in Tools for Porting Linux Apps
  37. Radiohead Launches Easier, Less Expensive Remix Contest
  38. Congress Cuts Darpa Budget for 'Poor Execution'
  39. Windows 7 Arriving Early, Microsoft to Show Off New OS Next Month
  40. Nissan Keyfob Phone — Ready for 2004
  41. Google Debuts Moderator, a Digg Clone for Questions
  42. Jack Thompson Disbarred
  43. Entertainment Lobby Calls for Internet Filtering
  44. Oracle To Sell Database Hardware
  45. Adobe Adds GPU Acceleration To Creative Suite 4
  46. State of Kentucky Seizes Control of 141 Domain Names
  47. Apple Censors App Store Rejection Notices
  48. RIAA Looses $222K Verdict
  49. Google Chrome Spinoff 'Iron' For Privacy Fanatics
  50. SDK Shoot Out, Android Vs. IPhone
  51. Quarter of Workers' Time Online Is Personal
  52. Has Google Redefined Beta?
  53. Apple Censors App Store Rejection Notices
  54. MySpace Launches Interactive Music Service with Labels, Amazon
  55. DOJ Opposes Extending DOJ Copyright Authority
  56. Studies Say Ideology Trumps Facts
  57. Jagdish Bhagwati: Keep Free Trade Free
  58. Ellen Miller: Make Washington More Like the Web
  59. Russian Town Puts Giant Smiley On Google Maps
  60. Best DNS Service With API Access?
  61. Sept. 25, 1878: Yes, Smoking Is a Health Hazard
  62. Google Founder Lobbies FCC to Free Spectrum
  63. Judge Declares Mistrial in Jammie Thomas Trial
  64. Wannabe Space Tourist Wants $21 Million Back Over Scuttled Mission
  65. Prosthetic Fetishes and Fan Erotica: Sci-Fi Predicts Future of Sex
  66. Opposition to Financial Bailout Jumps from Online to Streets
  67. Geeks Who Dress Like Dorks on Screen, but Still Look Cool
  68. Milk More Out of JavaScript With MooTools
  69. How to Swap a SIM Card in a GSM Phone
  70. BioWillie Boys Make It Cross-Country in 38 Hours
  71. Android Welcomes App Store Rejects With Arms Wide Open
  72. NASA Upgrades Weather Research Supercomputer
  73. Porsche Gets Nostalgic for the 914 and Four-Bangers
  74. Mobile Phone Users Struggle With Hardware Adoption
  75. Adobe Adds GPU Acceleration To Creative Suite 4
  76. EA Hit By Class-Action Suit Over Spore DRM
  77. Obama Urges Support for NASA
  78. Riding the Rails at 217 Mph on a Kawasaki
  79. White House Opposes Expanded DOJ Copyright Enforcement
  80. Firefox Update Patches Critical Security Flaws
  81. Windows 7 Trades Email and Photo Apps For Downloadable Ones
  82. Chicago Law Firm Sues Over Hyperlink To Trademarked Name
  83. Yahoo Announces New Digital Ad Platform
  84. The Next Dodge Viper Will Be Electric
  85. Large Hadron Collider Down Until Spring 2009
  86. The Thir**** Greatest Error Messages of All Time
  87. RIAA and Net Radio Broadcasters Reach Agreement
  88. "Dark Flow" Outside Observable Universe
  89. Clean Code
  90. LHC Offline Until April 2009 (Or Longer)
  91. Complaints Pour In After Digital TV Test
  92. Is Open Source Different In Europe Than In the US?
  93. Songwriters Submit Royalty Agreement to Copyright Royalty Board
  94. Chinese Say They're Building 'Impossible' Space Drive
  95. Is Open Source Different In Europe Than In the US?
  96. In Search of the Long Tail: Crowdsourcing the Book Review Process
  97. SpaceX Flight 4 Launch Postponed
  98. China To Run Out of IPv4 Addresses In 830 Days
  99. NASA Produces Rap Video On Astrobiology
  100. Sept 24 Is World Day Against Software Patents
  101. RIAA and Net Radio Broadcaster Reach Agreement
  102. "Dark Flow" Outside Observable Universe
  103. Sept. 24, 1993: Beautiful 'Myst' Ushers In Era of CD-ROM Gaming
  104. Ram Shriram: Open Up the Airwaves
  105. Peter Gleick: Deal With the Water Crisis Now
  106. Free, Legal and Online: Why Hulu Is the New Way to Watch TV
  107. Alt Text: Silliest Cruises for Seafaring Geeks
  108. Students Are Always Half Right In Pittsburgh
  109. T-Mobile's G1 Android Phone: Neither Open nor Exciting
  110. Brits: U.S. Passed a New Law Just to Nail Gary McKinnon
  111. Ensemble Studios' Canceled Project Was Halo MMO
  112. The Supercomputer Race
  113. Popup Study Confirms Most Users Are Idiots
  114. US Responsible For the Majority of Cyber Attacks
  115. Email-only Providers?
  116. Photo-Gear Nuts, Start Your Drooling: Germany's Photokina Revs Up
  117. Video: Top 5 'Rock Band 2' Improvements
  118. How to Upgrade Your Vintage Moped
  119. The Supercomputer Race
  120. Two Arrested in First Bust for ATM Reprogramming Scam
  121. Audi Puts More 'Go' Into Stop-and-Go
  122. Scam-Linked ISP Intercage / Atrivo Gets Shut Out
  123. Google Pushes Back Against US Copyright Treaty
  124. Review: 'Dragon Quest IV' Dispenses Retrogaming History Lesson
  125. No VOIP For You (And Other Oddities With the Google Phone)
  126. How Google Can Save Android From Certain Failure
  127. Popup Study Confirms Most Users Are Idiots
  128. SpaceX's Fourth Launch Attempt RSN
  129. Saturn's Rings May Be Very Old
  130. Microsoft To Buy Back $40bn of Its Shares
  131. No Indictment Against Palin Hacker
  132. Video: Solar Sunrise, the Best FBI-Produced Hacker Flick Ever
  133. Chrysler's Shocking Promise: An EV by 2010
  134. Hi-Ho Honda! Musical Road Plays Lone Ranger Theme
  135. Google Unveils First Android Phone
  136. Is There a Linux Client Solution for Exchange 2007?
  137. IBM Threatens To Leave ISO Over OOXML Brouhaha
  138. Nikon D90 Takes World Champion DSLR Title Belt
  139. US Responsible For the Majority of Cyber Attacks
  140. Google Dream Phone Makes Its Debut
  141. First Look: Photoshop Creative Suite 4 Is Faster, More Refined
  142. Scam-linked ISP Intercage / Atrivo Gets Shut Out
  143. Homeland Security Department Testing "Pre-Crime" Detector
  144. Windows 7 to Dump E-Mail, Photo Editing Software
  145. Economic Meltdown or Not, Online Video Will Grow
  146. Email-only Providers?
  147. Amazon, Google Partner for Mobile Music Store
  148. EU Patent Staff Go On Strike
  149. Army Anthropologist's Controversial Culture Clash
  150. PDF Exploits On the Rise
  151. Unemployment Hits New High In Silicon Valley
  152. Mars Rover's Epic Trek For the Crater Endeavor
  153. Get Ready For ... Nanosoccer!
  154. Windows 7 Beta Screenshots Leaked
  155. The Mobile Internet You'll Be Using In 10 Years
  156. Sept. 23, 1846: Neptune Right Where They Said It Would Be
  157. 15th Anniversary: Hooking Google to the Evil Meter
  158. First Look: Photoshop Creative Suite 4 Is Faster, More Refined
  159. Free Game Lets You Run Your Own Obama, McCain Campaigns
  160. Bad Signs For Blu-ray
  161. Review: 'Heroes' Girds for Grim Third Season
  162. Pininfarina Charging Ahead With Its Electric Car
  163. Defusing the Threat of Disgruntled IT Workers
  164. Gene Therapy Restores Sight
  165. 'True Blood' Reveals Rules of Its Vampire Universe
  166. Stanford Teaching MBAs How To Fight Open Source
  167. How to Play Bike Polo
  168. Robert Dalrymple: Get Ready for Extreme Weather
  169. Passport Snooping Gets Fed Intelligence Analyst Up to Year in Prison
  170. T-Mobile May Offer Free Gmail Data Access On G1 Phone
  171. SpaceX Tries, Tries Again
  172. The 2008 Smart List: 15 People the Next President Should Listen To
  173. JavaScript Events Cheat Sheet
  174. Analysts, Icahn Stir Up Microhoo Pot
  175. Mitchell Joachim: Redesign Cities From Scratch
  176. Carolyn Porco: Use Big Robots — and Big Rockets
  177. eBay To Disallow Checks and Money Orders In US
  178. BMW Builds a Tire-Shredding, License-Losing Luxo-Hybrid
  179. How the LSB Keeps Linux One Big Happy Family
  180. T-Mobile G1, aka First 'Googlephone,' Carries High Expectations
  181. Coast-to-Coast in 36 Hours Burning BioWillie
  182. Using Computers for Sophisticated Music Analysis
  183. Nevada Businesses Must Start Encrypting E-Mail By Oct. 1st
  184. Searching for Value in Facebook's 'Internet Lite'
  185. Playstation 3 Video DRM Only Allows One Download
  186. The Ninja Handbook
  187. Apple Zaps Another Competing iPhone App
  188. Video: Next-Gen Planetarium Tech
  189. Mars Polar Cap Mystery Solved
  190. Obama Significantly Revises Technology Positions
  191. To Smell, Perchance to Dream
  192. US Congress Funds Laser Weapons
  193. Judge Munley is So Out of My Top 8
  194. Postfix's Creator Outlines Spam Solution
  195. SanDisk's New SlotMusic: But Why?
  196. Microsoft Does Another $40 Billion Buyback, Raises Dividend
  197. Microsoft Innovates Tent Data Centers
  198. Islamabad Bomb's Secret Ingredient
  199. Postifix's Creator Outlines Spam Solution
  200. Companies Joining to Push Music on Memory Cards
  201. Japanese Begin Working On Space Elevator
  202. Why Google Needs Better Antitrust Advice
  203. Feds Tighten DNS Security On .Gov
  204. Comcast Discontinues Customers' USENET Service
  205. FBI Searches Apartment of Tennessee Student Suspected of Palin Hack
  206. Comcast Discontinues Customers USENET Service
  207. Obama Significantly Revises Technology Positions
  208. SanDisk, Music Publishers Push DRM-free SlotMusic Format
  209. SanDisk, Music Publishers Push DRM-free SlotMusic Format
  210. Sept. 22, 1791: Faraday Enters a World He Will Change
  211. Wired.com Photo Contest: Fall
  212. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Portrait Photos, Decided by You
  213. Top 10 Wired Portrait Photos, Decided by Us
  214. Games Without Frontiers: The Game of Politics Is Ready for Its Upgrade
  215. How Asus Recovery Disks Ended Up Carrying Software Cracks
  216. Top 8 Large Hadron Collider Videos
  217. Debating "Deletionism" At Wikipedia
  218. Comcast's Throttling Plan Has 'Disconnect User' Option
  219. New Diablo 3 Images; Design Wins Over Darkness
  220. Mozilla Nixes Firefox EULA Requirement
  221. IT Workers Cushioned From US Economic Downturn
  222. 'Obey' Street Artist Churns Out 'Hope' for Obama
  223. Mogwai's Brathwaite Howls About 'Hawk', CDs, Bush
  224. Google Goofs On Firefox's Anti-Phishing List
  225. Neopwn, the World's First Pentesting Mobile Phone
  226. Palin Email Hacker Found
  227. Israel Unleashes First 'Skunk Bomb'
  228. 10 Percent of Colleges Check Applicants' Social Profiles
  229. Cisco Launches Alliance For the 'Internet of Things'
  230. The Tell-All Campus Tour
  231. Dirac 1.0.0 Released
  232. How Telcos and ISPs Are Preparing For a Pandemic
  233. Re-purposing a Student Tech Service Group?
  234. Apple Bans iPhone App For Competing With Mail.app
  235. Mandriva Joins Ubuntu With a Linux For Netbooks
  236. T-Mobile Launches £2 Per Day Mobile Broadband
  237. Geeky Movies' Top 10 Coolest Kids
  238. YouTube Bans Gun and Knife Videos In the UK
  239. Naphthalene Found In Outer Space
  240. Attorney General Pulls the Immunity Trigger, But Denies 'Dragnet' Surveillance
  241. Nielsen Sends Wikipedia DMCA Takedown For Station Descriptions
  242. Does Lost's Michael Emerson Deserve an Emmy?
  243. Keeping Older Drivers Behind the Wheel
  244. Steven Hawking Unveils "Time Eater" Clock
  245. Fast Booting Text-editor Operating System?
  246. The Tell-All Campus Tour
  247. Dirac 1.0.0 Released
  248. Collider to be Stalled for Two Months Due to Damage
  249. How Telcos and ISPs Are Preparing For a Pandemic
  250. Activision Goes After Individual Game Pirates