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  1. The Best Gaming Laptop Money Can Buy
  2. Web Inventor Berners-Lee Backs Web Outreach Foundation
  3. WSJ's New Look Is Fresh But Still Not Free
  4. EA, Take Two End Acquisition Talks
  5. Google's Floating Datahaven
  6. SQL Injection Turns BusinessWeek Into Viral Replicator
  7. Third Eye Blind Album Throws Remix Contest for Unreleased Album
  8. Indian Woman Convicted of Murder By Brain Scan
  9. New 'Star Wars' Game Unleashes the Force, Not the Fun
  10. Wall Street on the Ropes
  11. Berners-Lee Launches New W3 Foundation
  12. Testing IT Professionals On Job Interviews?
  13. 10 Years of Translated Bin Laden Messages Leaked
  14. Titans of War: Tanks Reshape the Battlefield
  15. Sept. 15, 1916: All Disquiet on the Western Front
  16. Home-Brewed Biodiesel Goes Prime-Time
  17. Microsoft Says IE8 Phoning Home Is "Pretty Innocuous"
  18. Hackers Infiltrate Large Hadron Collider
  19. 3M Launches First Pocket Projector
  20. Successful Moonlighting For Geeks?
  21. David Foster Wallace an Apparent Suicide
  22. Mozilla Demanding Firefox Display EULA In Ubuntu
  23. Nanotech Paint To Kill Bacteria
  24. Spore DRM Protest Makes EA Ease Red Alert 3 Restrictions
  25. MySpace + McDonald's + Toyota = iTunes?
  26. Open Hack Day: Yahoos New Open Source Strategy
  27. Royal Society and Creationism In Science Classes
  28. Liberated Punks Accelerate China's Musical Evolution
  29. Questioning Google's Privacy Reform
  30. Video: Little Dragon Runner 'Bot Gets a Grip
  31. Yahoo! Opens Its Website To Third-Party Developers
  32. Getting an Independent Project Started?
  33. Tying Knots With Light
  34. China Wants UN To Help Trace Sources On Internet
  35. Judge Rules Defense Can Get DUI Machine Source Code
  36. Most Companies Admit Their Data Is At Risk
  37. RIAA and MPAA Developing Domain-Based DRM
  38. Scientists Test World's Fastest Wireless Network
  39. Users Report Faulty WPA In 2nd-Gen IPod Touch
  40. The Tech Behind a Nine Inch Nails Show
  41. Apple Declares DRM War On Sneaker Hackers
  42. Phoenix Lander Photographs Martian Whirlwinds
  43. Video: Chris Barber's 'Petite Fleur' Panopticon
  44. Fire Your IT Boss
  45. Inexpensive USB LCD With Linux Drivers For LCDproc
  46. Video: Little Dragon Runner 'Bot Gets a Grip
  47. Apple Rejects iPhone App As Competitive To iTunes
  48. Server Optimization For Newbies?
  49. Judge Rules Defense Can Get DUI Machine Source Code
  50. Stuck In Google's Doghouse
  51. Most Companies Admit Their Data Is At Risk
  52. Researchers Test Drive Bus With Automated Steering
  53. RIAA and MPAA Developing Domain-Based DRM
  54. Scientists Test World's Fastest Wireless Network
  55. Advanced Surveillance Tech for Unmanned Drones Credited In Iraq
  56. Examining Chrome's Source Code
  57. NYC Opens 911 Hotline To Pictures, Video
  58. Best Buy + Windows Guru = Apple Store Experience?
  59. DOJ Needs Warrant To Track Your Cell's GPS History
  60. Sun Bare Metal Hypervisors Now GPLv3
  61. University Brings Charges Against White Hat Hacker
  62. NIN Dazzles With Lasers, LEDs and Stealth Screens
  63. What Modern Games Are DRM-Free?
  64. Gallery: 10 YouTube Videos Destined for the Big Screen
  65. Turkish Police Arrest Alleged ATM Hacker-Kidnapper
  66. Telco Sues Municipality For Laying Their Own Fiber
  67. Fourth-Gen iPod Nano — We Want Our Square Form Factor Back!
  68. Video Podcast: Happy Penguin Tech
  69. How HTML 5 Is Already Changing the Web
  70. Justice Department Moving to Immunize Snooping Telcos
  71. Hurricane Ike Storm Surge Risk Maps
  72. Review: Novint Falcon Gaming Controller Takes Aim On Your Mouse
  73. Video: Large Hadron Collider Fires Up Partying Physicists
  74. Cloud Computing May Draw Government Action
  75. Virtual Reality Cocoon Being Designed
  76. Virginia Court Strikes Down Anti-Spam Law
  77. Pirate Bay Boycotts Press After Television Ambush
  78. HP May Be Developing Its Own Version of Linux
  79. Gigabit Wi-Fi On the Horizon
  80. Zap Those Ugly Tourists From Your Vacation Photos
  81. Gigabit Wi-Fi On the Horizon
  82. MySpace Music Adds User Playlists, Amazon Links
  83. Greek Hackers Target CERN's LHC
  84. Bike Accidents Fall as Ridership Rises
  85. Amazon Nabs Top Ad Exec From Microsoft
  86. Delta's Bogus Fees Wiping Out Surfers
  87. iTunes 8 KOs Vista With 'Blue Screen of Death' Bug
  88. Peterbilt Fuel Cell Means No Idling When Idle
  89. YouTube Bans Videos 'Intended to Incite Violence' or Illegal Activity
  90. Integrated Circuit Is 50 Years Old Today
  91. iPhone Takes Screenshots of Everything You Do
  92. A Synthetic Tree Grows at Cornell
  93. Best Buy + Windows Guru = Apple Store Experience?
  94. Firefox to Embrace **** With New 'Private Browsing' Mode
  95. Yahoo Music Hub Aims to Leverage User Prefs Across Services
  96. DOJ Needs Warrant To Track Your Cell's GPS History
  97. Darpa Wants Clean, Cheap Jet Fuel... From Coal
  98. Sun Bare Metal Hypervisors Now GPLv3
  99. Panasonic Launches First 'Micro Four Thirds' Camera
  100. Microsoft Causes Internal Family Strife
  101. Locate Any WiFi Router By Its MAC Address
  102. Network Location Turns Your Mac into a GPS Box
  103. Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Copyright Cops
  104. Ubuntu To Pay for Upgrades To the Free Software User Experience
  105. YouTube Bans Terrorist Training Videos
  106. Et Tu, Mozilla? Firefox 3 To Get Privacy Mode
  107. Google Unsure About Letting Users Vote On Search
  108. Sept. 12, 1958: Kilby Chips In, Integrates Circuit
  109. Gallery: Faster, Smaller, Cheaper 50 Years of Integrated Circuits
  110. Interplanetary Internet Tested In Space
  111. Taking Nature's Pulse With Microphones
  112. Star Wars: the Force Unleashed Demo Sets Xbox Download Record
  113. Geeks Guide to Travel Planning
  114. A Beginner's Guide to Blogging With Tumblr
  115. The Many Faces Of Sarah Palin Online
  116. Jedi Knights Course Offered By Queen's University Belfast
  117. Toyota Plug-In Now Testing in Great Britain
  118. Cross-Platform Video Chat For Linux?
  119. Senate Committee Expands Justice Department Copyright Enforcement Powers
  120. Yahoo Announces Plans for Website Makeover
  121. Zune's Recommendations Make Genius Look Average
  122. Why YouTube Videos Will Never Be Downloadable (Legally, Anyway)
  123. Cops Need Warrant for Cellphone Location Data, Judge Rules
  124. Ubuntu To Pay for Upgrades to the Free Software User Experience
  125. ITunes 8 a Real Killer App; Taking Down Vista
  126. Microsoft Concedes Vista Launch Problems
  127. Communications Decency Act May Immunize Bloomberg in United Airlines Bungle
  128. Say It Ain't So — Mini Goes Crossover
  129. One In Five Employers Scan Applicants' Web Lives
  130. Video: An Exclusive Look at Fracture's Arsenal
  131. IPhone Takes Screenshots of Everything You Do Says Hacker
  132. Lenovo Removes Linux Option For Home Buyers
  133. Can You Be Sued For Helping Clients Rip DVDs?
  134. More Fine Print Than Free Cookies From JetBlue
  135. Online Storage With a Twist
  136. Apple Losing Touchscreen War
  137. CERN, the Big Bang and Impact On the IT Industry
  138. Has Superstition Evolved To Help Mankind Survive?
  139. New Lightweight Mazda Is a SISSy
  140. Review: Dim Bulbs Light Up Burn After Reading
  141. Research Finds Carbon Dating Flawed
  142. Learning Drupal 6 Module Development
  143. San Fran Hunts For Mystery Device On City Network
  144. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  145. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  146. Mexican Telecoms Mogul Takes 6.4% Stake in New York Times
  147. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  148. San Fran Hunts For Mystery Device On City Network
  149. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  150. NASA Developing Small Nuclear Reactor For the Moon
  151. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  152. Sony Reveals First Full-Frame DSLR and New Zeiss Lenses
  153. Suit Alleges AT&T, Apple 'Oversold' iPhone, Strained 3G Network
  154. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  155. CERN, the Big Bang and Impact On the IT Industry
  156. Researchers Find Racial Bias In Virtual Worlds
  157. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  158. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  159. 'Super Steel' Sought For Fusion Reactors
  160. Verizon Tech Accused Of Making $220K In Sex Calls On User Lines
  161. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  162. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  163. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  164. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  165. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  166. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  167. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  168. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  169. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  170. Verizon Tech Accused Of Making $220K In Sex Calls On User Lines
  171. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  172. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  173. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  174. Sept. 11, 1822: Church Admits It's Not All About Us
  175. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  176. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  177. Has Superstition Evolved To Help Mankind Survive?
  178. Research Finds Carbon Dating Flawed
  179. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  180. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  181. Add Compression to Your Web Server
  182. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  183. Microsoft Concedes Vista Launch Problems
  184. Startup Fights Greenwashing With Data Sent to Your Phone
  185. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  186. Mobile Industry Discovers It's the Software, Stupid
  187. How to Cheat at Wii Fit
  188. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  189. Apple Closer to Cleaning Up Options Mess
  190. Review: 'Zoids Assault' Is a Disappointing Mess
  191. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  192. Could Life Evolve on the Internet?
  193. Researcher Publishes Industrial Complex Hack
  194. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  195. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  196. Spectacular Fossil Forests Found In US Coalmine
  197. The Web's Photographic Memory: A History of IMG and EMBED
  198. Proposed Copyright Law a 'Gift' to Hollywood, Groups Say
  199. MixMatchMusic Lets Any Band Offer Radiohead-Style Remix Contests
  200. Showdown: New Zune Vs. iPod
  201. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  202. Senator Questions Rise In US Texting Prices
  203. Wikipedia Sleuths Win Journalism Award for Wired.com
  204. Tesla v2.0, er, 1.5 Hits the Road
  205. Shirley Manson Nails Creepy as New 'Sarah Connor Chronicles' CEO From Hell
  206. Airport GPS: Because Pilots Get Lost, Too
  207. Apple Execs Settle Options Case; Company Pays Itself $14 Million
  208. In IE8 and Chrome, Processes Are the New Threads
  209. Automated News Crawling Evaporates $1.14B
  210. Flickr Homepage Update Exposes 'Hidden' Social Features
  211. A WoW Player's Guide To Warhammer
  212. Belly Dancer Turns Sci-Fi Fantasies Into Career
  213. Video: Will Wright on Evolutionary Thrills of 'Spore'
  214. Review: 'Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir' Locates Fun
  215. Diesel Volvo DRIVe Gets 53 MPG, and We Can't Have One
  216. SpaceX Gets Operational License For Cape Canaveral
  217. J. K. Rowling Wins $6,750 In Infringement Case
  218. Today Is D-Day for Facebook Makeover
  219. Soundtrack: Large Paranoia Collider!
  220. Lawsuit Claims Nvidia Execs Concealed Serious Flaw
  221. Hands-On with the iPod Touch 2.1 Update
  222. Google Claims User Content In Multiple Products
  223. Pearl Flip Folds, a Blackberry First
  224. LHC Success!
  225. NYPD Sued Over SpyCams
  226. Fringe Blowback: Share Your Take on J.J. Abrams' New Show
  227. Why Email Has Become Dangerous
  228. 24 Hour Laptops From HP?
  229. Google Invests In Broadband For Poorer Countries
  230. Why Starting a Legal Online Music Vendor Is Tough
  231. Robert Heinlein's Pre-Internet Fan Mail FAQ
  232. University of Michigan Student Wants SafeNet Prosecuted
  233. Why Mozilla Is Committed To Using Gecko
  234. Biologist (Almost) Creates Artificial Life
  235. LHC Flips On Tomorrow
  236. Environmental Cost of Hybrids' Battery Recycling?
  237. High-Speed Broadband Making Headway In the US
  238. IT Vs. the Permanent Energy Crisis
  239. Quests
  240. Review: Spore
  241. HTTPS Cookie Hijacking Not Just For Gmail
  242. YouTube Reposts Anti-Scientology Videos
  243. Video Shows Easy Hacking of E-Voting Machines
  244. http://blog.wired.com/wiredscience/2008/09/the-bosons-that.html
  245. Wired.com Readers' Best Comic Tattoos
  246. Sept. 10, 1984: DNA Leaves Its Print
  247. The Fedora-Red Hat Crisis
  248. Large Hadron Collider Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios
  249. University of Michigan Student Wants SafeNet Prosecuted
  250. How to Copy a DVD for Free Without All the DRM