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  1. Alt Text: Going Green Into Death's Eternal Blackness
  2. Feds Set to Take Over Airline Watch-List Checking, Again
  3. Farmers See 'Mark of the Beast' in RFID Livestock Tags
  4. Why Mozilla Is Committed To Using Gecko
  5. ITunes' Genius Feature Is Hardly Rocket Science
  6. Video: Jetpack in Flight
  7. Biologist (Almost) Creates Artificial Life
  8. 'Ask a Ninja' Handbook Deals Deadly Advice
  9. Look Ma, No Hands! Automated Bus Steers Itself
  10. What Is Woodward's 'Secret Weapon' in Iraq?
  11. Broadband Providers Suck. Can Google Help?
  12. LHC Flips On Tomorrow
  13. Your Personal Genome Sequence for Just $399
  14. Environmental Cost of Hybrids' Battery Recycling?
  15. High-Speed Broadband Making Headway In the US
  16. IT Vs. the Permanent Energy Crisis
  17. Malware Lurks Behind Obama Sex Video Spam
  18. High-Speed Broadband Making Headway In the US
  19. Unleash Your Inner Electioneer: Create a Political Mash-Up
  20. IT vs. the Permanent Energy Crisis
  21. Apple Event: Let's Rock 2008
  22. Historic Railway Chugs Along on Biodiesel
  23. Yahoo News Redesign May Pull a Technorati — Why Not Twitter?
  24. Interactive Music Format Pregnant With Possibility
  25. USDOJ Sniffing Google Antitrust Suit, Hires Ex-Disney Lawyer
  26. Gandhi Pills? Psychiatrist Argues for Moral Performance Enhancers
  27. Quests
  28. Vote for Your Favorite Web Framework
  29. DOJ Hires Antitrust Lawyer in Google-Yahoo Case
  30. Latest Firefox 3.1 Alpha Shows Off Cutting-Edge Support for New Standards
  31. Review: Spore
  32. Got Office Docs? Back Them Up With Google's GData API
  33. HTTPS Cookie Hijacking Not Just For Gmail
  34. Ubuntu 9 Is Jaunty Jackalope, Coming Next April
  35. Apple Didn't Invent the iPod. That's Right.
  36. YouTube Reposts Anti-Scientology Videos
  37. Video Shows Easy Hacking of E-Voting Machines
  38. Zune's 'Buy From FM' Feature Could Be Overshadowed
  39. Esquire's E-Ink Display Dismantled. Result: Hackable
  40. Google Will Anonymize IP Logs Faster
  41. "Water Bears" First Animals to Survive Trip Into Space Naked
  42. Online Dating New Tool for Zoos with Rare Species
  43. Black Box Voting 2008 Election Protection Toolkit
  44. Google Promises EU Better Privacy Rules
  45. TechCrunch50: No WiFi, No Lights, No Problem
  46. DEMO First Impressions: A Mostly Bland Concoction
  47. High Cost of Converting UK To High-Speed Broadband
  48. Google To Digitize Millions of Old Newspaper Pages
  49. When Dating Online, Follow Your Genes
  50. Sept. 9, 1999: 9/9/99 No Big Deal for Computers
  51. Fetish: Why an 80-Year-Old Hand-Cranked Meat Slicer Is Still a Cut Above
  52. McAfee Artemis Claims Protection Online, On-the-Fly
  53. Speculation On Large-Scale Phone Location Snooping
  54. From Riches to Prison: Hackers Rig Stock Prices
  55. 'Sarah Connor' Creator Talks Killer Bots, Cyborg Sex, Surviving the Future
  56. BitTorrent Spam Seeding Trojan Virus
  57. Hacking Esquire's E-ink Cover
  58. US DoD Poll On Leap Seconds
  59. VW's Prius-Killing Diesel Gets 62 MPG
  60. Place Your Bids: JetBlue Auctioning Tickets on eBay
  61. How to Convert Your Car to Biodiesel
  62. TransferJet Consortium Works Towards Touch Data Transfer Tech
  63. World's Toughest Animal Survives Space Exposure
  64. PGP Leads Corporate Efforts To Save Bletchley Park
  65. The London Stock Exchange Goes Down For Whole Day
  66. Ad Exec: Payola Can Save Webcasters, Music Business
  67. With Google's Help, Microsoft Improves Gmail Support in IE6
  68. North Carolina City Is First to Switch to Digital-Only TV
  69. Review: 'Bionic Commando Rearmed' Swings to New Heights
  70. EV Maker Detroit Electric Is Back Again, Again
  71. Thin, Flexible E-Ink Displays Coming Next Year
  72. Are 68 Molecules Enough To Understand Diseases?
  73. Intel's First SSD Blows Doors Off Competition
  74. 3001: A Stephen Colbert Space DNA Odyssey
  75. Airlines to Lose $5.2 Billion Worldwide This Year
  76. World's First "Unclonable" RFID Chip
  77. DIY Hybrid Car Kit
  78. Biologists on the Verge of Creating New Form of Life
  79. Will DRM Exterminate Spore?
  80. Advertisers Stand Together Against Google/Yahoo Partnership
  81. RealNetworks Makes DVD Ripping Mainstream
  82. The Cyber Crime Hall of Fame
  83. One Data Center To Rule Them All
  84. British Firm Phorm Trudges Through the Deep Packet Storm
  85. Tomorrow's Big Apple Surprise? ITunes Subscriptions
  86. Apple Admits IPod Is From 1970s UK
  87. RealNetworks To Introduce a Simple DVD Copier
  88. China's First Spacewalk
  89. Zillow Expands Ad Deal with Newspapers
  90. 4,000 Anti-Scientology Videos Yanked From YouTube
  91. Two-Headed Brain Trust Injects Fear Into Fringe
  92. Review: 10 Things I Learned From 'Spore'
  93. Sony Pledges More Accurate Laptop Battery Figures
  94. In Leaked Email, NASA Chief Vents On Shuttle Program's End
  95. IsoHunt Petitions Canadian Court For Copyright Blessing
  96. 1,500-Ship Fleet Proposed To Fight Climate Change
  97. Gallery: Wired.com Photo Contest Winners
  98. In Leaked Email, NASA Chief Vents On Shuttle Program's End
  99. Sept. 8, 1966: Liftoff for the Starship Enterprise
  100. Japanese Schoolgirl Watch: Transform Yourself in a Dressing Room for Hire
  101. Games Without Frontiers: How Videogames Blind Us With Science
  102. Wired.com Photo Contest: Portraits
  103. Top 10 Amazing Physics Videos
  104. Prions Observed Jumping Species Barrier
  105. The Complete History of Nintendo
  106. The Open Source Humanoid Robot and Its Many Uses
  107. 1,500-Ship Fleet Proposed To Fight Climate Change
  108. OS/2 Community Tries Bounty System
  109. How Networks Interact - Peering and Transit Explained
  110. Hacker Conventions Ranked By Bandwidth-Per-Visitor
  111. OS/2 Community Tries Bounty System
  112. How Networks Interact - Peering and Transit Explained
  113. India Joins Nuclear Market
  114. Opposable Thumbs and Upright Walking Caused By "Junk DNA"
  115. Cell Phone For the Blind?
  116. Tabula Rasa Promotion To Send Gamers' DNA to Space
  117. Is the US Ready For the Switch To DTV?
  118. Why Is the Internet So Infuriatingly Slow?
  119. Russian Google Competitor Embraces Open Source Messaging
  120. AT&T Slaps Family With a $19,370 Cell Phone Bill
  121. Identifying a Culprit In a Bloodbath
  122. Canadian Researchers Say Hard Thinking Leads to Big Meals
  123. IP Meets Physical Reality
  124. Cassini Detects Partial Rings With Saturn's Moons
  125. Russian Google Competitor Embraces Open Source Messaging
  126. Wi-Fi, Now Available On the ISS
  127. Metallica: Master of YouTube?
  128. Hacker Conventions Ranked By Bandwidth-Per-Visitor
  129. The Democratic and Republican National Convention Speeches, as Seen Through Wordle
  130. AT&T Slaps Family With a $19,370 Cell Phone Bill
  131. Google Reigns as World's Most Powerful 10-Year-Old
  132. The Google Navy
  133. Comet-Chasing Spacecraft Encounters Rare Asteroid
  134. Sarah Palin's Stance On Technology Issues
  135. A Setback for ISP Web Tracking
  136. Dell To Sell Its Computer Factories
  137. Development, Privacy, and Standards for Chrome
  138. FAA's Aging Flight-Plan System Having Problems
  139. Comet-Chasing Spacecraft Encounters Rare Asteroid
  140. What Vendors Do You Trust For PC Parts?
  141. Mozilla Releases Firefox 3.1 Alpha 2
  142. Safe and Sexy: Motorcycle Helmets With Bluetooth, MP3 Players, and GPS
  143. Mashup DJ Girl Talk Deconstructs Samples From Feed the Animals
  144. Gallery: Cosmic Motors From Another Galaxy
  145. Canadian DMCA Proposal About To Die
  146. A History of the Xbox Red Ring of Death Fiasco
  147. Jobs E-Mails: Are They Real?
  148. Meet the Latest Copyright Scofflaw -- the GOP
  149. Code JavaScript Shortcuts With JQuery
  150. CIA, FBI Push Social Networking for Spies
  151. NASA To Explore "Secret Layer" of the Sun
  152. Teach Your Kids the Basics of Hydro Power By Building a Waterwheel
  153. Weekend of Web Apps, Tech Talks Awaits at DjangoCon
  154. Researchers Build Malicious Facebook App
  155. Crowdsourcing Book Excerpt: The Canary in the Coal Mine
  156. Fears Swirl Over Whether FCC Will Enforce Comcast Throttling Decision
  157. Researchers Use Facebook App to Create Zombie Army
  158. 5 Years of RIAA Filesharing Lawsuits
  159. MySQL Founder Monty Quits Sun (Or Not)
  160. Google Turns 10
  161. Phoenix Lander Searches for Martian Microbial Oases
  162. Explore 'Puzzle Quest' Designer's New 'Kingdoms'
  163. 'History Hacker' Brings DIY Science From Web to TV
  164. Seinfeld-Windows TV Ad Anything But 'Delicious'
  165. MySQL Founder Monty Quits Sun
  166. MIT Brainiacs Cutting Weather-Related Air Delays
  167. Mon Dieu! Citroën's Psychedelic Hynos Will Fry Your Brain
  168. Chrysler Plug-In Hybrid Revealed (to Dealers)!
  169. Slashdot's Disagree Mail
  170. Facebook Blocks Users From Mentioning BugMeNot.com
  171. Michael Moore to Release Next Movie, Slacker Uprising, for Free Online
  172. Amazon Opens On-Demand Video Store
  173. Best Shrinkable ReiserFS Replacement?
  174. Google Reigns as World's Most Powerful 10-Year-Old
  175. Palin Comparison: Which Ticket Would Be Better for Music?
  176. FCC Aims To End Debate With Wireless Tests
  177. Four SSDs Compared — OCZ, Super Talent, Mtron
  178. UK ISPs To Hand Over Thousands of File Sharers' Data
  179. Nokia warns 3Q market share will fall
  180. Every Satellite Tracked In Realtime Via Google Earth
  181. Shadow Analysis Could Spot Terrorists
  182. US Web Firm Described As "Phantom Registrar" Haven
  183. The Electronic Bastille
  184. Brain Cells Observed Summoning a Memory
  185. Sept. 5, 1885: Pay at the Pump
  186. Gallery: Distilling 2.0 -- Bye-Bye Boiling, Hello Health Care
  187. Blimpin' Ain't Easy: Crossing the English Channel in a Pedal-Powered Airship*
  188. Robots Are Net's Future, Says Vint Cerf
  189. Redesigned, Bulkier Honda Insight to Challenge Prius
  190. Redesigned, Bulkier Honda Insight to Challenge Prius
  191. Giant Ice Sheet Breaks Free in Canada
  192. Rain Clips Greenbird's Wings
  193. Google Updates Chrome's Terms of Service
  194. Share More Than Videos With YouTube's Data API
  195. File Sharing Lawsuits at Crossroads, After 5 Years of Litigation
  196. Abrams on 'Fringe': Science, Conspiracies and 'the Pattern'
  197. Wired Science Podcast: Green Biodomes and Vegetarian Piranhas
  198. Sub-$100 Laptops Have Finally Arrived
  199. Comcast Appealing FCC Throttling Order
  200. New TiVo DVR Proves Bigger Is Sometimes Better
  201. Privacy Policies Are Great — For PhDs
  202. Cancer Research Heads Down New Pathway
  203. Zoho Docs Unites Writer, Sheet and Show
  204. Honda's Got Prius Envy
  205. Science Proves Exotic Cars Turn Women On
  206. UPlayMe Says BYO Music to This Social
  207. Dell Begins Selling Inspiron Mini 9
  208. Adam Savage Revises Claim of Lawyer-Bullying On RFID Show
  209. Adam Savage Revises Claim of Lawyer-Bullying On RFID Show
  210. 5 iPhone Applications That Replace Your Tools
  211. Robots Are Net's Future, Says Vint Cerf
  212. Welcome to the Hotel 747
  213. Buffy MMO Announced, Firefly MMO Delayed
  214. Blu-ray Gone In Five Years, Samsung Claims
  215. Sony Recalls 73,000 Vaio Laptops Due To Burn Worry
  216. Oldest Skeleton In New World Discovered
  217. Insects May Have Had a Hand In Dinosaur Extinction
  218. Physicists Discover "Doubly Strange" Particle
  219. Sony Recalls 73,000 Vaio Laptops Due To Burn Worry
  220. Experimental Breast Cancer Test Looks Promising
  221. Who the Heck Raps About Particle Physics?
  222. Insects May Have Had a Hand In Dinosaur Extinction
  223. Insects May Have Had a Hand In Dinsoaur Extinction
  224. Should IT Unionize?
  225. Physicists Discover "Doubly Strange" Particle
  226. Privacy Policies Are Great -- For PhDs
  227. Sarah Palin's Campaign Debut Electrifies the GOP, Galvanizes The Twitterati
  228. Dolphin Inspired Mini-sub
  229. Virtual Telescope Zooms In On Milky Way Black Hole
  230. What Your Boss Can Learn From Birds and Bees
  231. Sept. 4, 1957: Short, Unhappy Life of the Edsel
  232. Security Matters: How to Create the Perfect Fake Identity
  233. Jargon Watch: Voggy, Admixed Embryo, Memristors
  234. Heavy Rain - Playing a Story
  235. Chrome Vs. IE 8
  236. Audio-Enhancing Mini-Amp, New Palm Treo Pro and More
  237. Report: Internet Capacity Keeps Pace With Demand
  238. Boston Cabbies Wicked Mad About Green Taxi Rule
  239. Picasa Upgrade Gives Photo Sharing a Facelift
  240. 'What the Buck?' Creator Inks Deal With HBO
  241. Got Full Bars? Improve Your Mobile Phone Signal
  242. Criminals Remote-Wiping Cell Phones
  243. Huge Arctic Ice Shelf Breaks Off
  244. Hands-On With Games of Penny Arcade Expo
  245. Tobacco Could Hold the Key to Revolutionary Gene Therapy
  246. Is It So Bad That Bono Does Good?
  247. Wired.com's Picks From Filminute's Microvideo Short-List
  248. $208 Million Petascale Computer Gets Green Light
  249. Sylvania G — The Little Netbook That Couldn't
  250. The 5 Most Laughable Terms of Service On the Net