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  1. Sylvania G — The Little Netbook That Couldn't
  2. The 5 Most Laughable Terms of Service On the Net
  3. BBC To Launch Music Download Store
  4. File Sharing Is Hard Habit to Break
  5. Coating a Motherboard In Thermal Resin?
  6. "Anathem" Exclusive Video At MySpace
  7. World's Best Hypermilers Going for Another Record
  8. BBC To Launch Music Download Store
  9. Picasa Rolls Out 3.0 — Now With Facial Recognition
  10. Don't Share That Law! It's Copyrighted
  11. Video: Clashes Between Police and RNC Protestors Bubble Up Online
  12. Mozilla Says: Chrome is Fast, But Not That Fast
  13. Finally, a Clean Subway Station Bathroom
  14. Don't Share That Law! It's Copyrighted
  15. Toyota's Solar Car Carrier
  16. Short 'n' Sweet Tweets Earn Nods at the Twitties
  17. Ghostbusters Is First Film Released On USB Key
  18. A Chinese Challenge To Intel
  19. Google Chrome, Day 2
  20. Thai Government To Close 400 Anti-government Sites
  21. User Charged With Taking ISP Tech Hostage
  22. IPhone Users Report Network Outages; Second 3G Lawsuit Emerges
  23. Police Lose National High-Tech Crime Unit Website
  24. ISO Relevance Questioned After OOXML Appeals Fail
  25. Blown to Bits
  26. Google Chrome, Day 2
  27. Thai Government To Close 400 Anti-government Sites
  28. Zombie Network Explosion
  29. ISO Relevance Questioned After OOXML Appeals Fail
  30. Reading Google Chrome's Fine Print
  31. "Anathem" Exclusive Video At MySpace
  32. User Charged With Taking ISP Tech Hostage
  33. Stanford's "Autonomous" Helicopters Learn
  34. "Perfect" Mirrors Cast For LSST
  35. The Making of Bioshock
  36. "Google Satellite" To Be Launched This Week
  37. Scientists Fear Impact of Asian Pollutants On US
  38. Unsolicited Offer For My Personal Domain Name?
  39. AppJet Offers Browser-Based Coding How-To, Hosting
  40. Blown to Bits
  41. Google Chrome, Day 2
  42. Another Nail in the NebuAd Coffin: CEO Steps Down
  43. Thai Government To Close 400 Anti-government Sites
  44. Zombie Network Explosion
  45. Should Medicare Pay for Genetic Testing?
  46. ISO Relevance Questioned After OOXML Appeals Fail
  47. Reading Google Chrome's Fine Print
  48. "Anathem" Exclusive Video At MySpace
  49. Wired.com Readers' Best Geek Tattoos
  50. Sept. 3, 1803: Dalton Introduces Atomic Symbols
  51. Expired-Tired-Wired
  52. Alt Text: Ashes to Caches -- Cremation Services for Dead Geeks
  53. Ace Quantum Mechanics — the Reality TV Way
  54. User Charged With Taking ISP Tech Hostage
  55. Stanford's "Autonomous" Helicopters Learn
  56. Souring U.S.-Russia Relations Threaten Space Station
  57. Gonzales Violated Secrecy Rules With Spy Docs, Lied to Cover It Up
  58. Hurricane Gustav Post-Mortem: 'The Bullet Dodged Us'
  59. How to Secure Your iPhone
  60. "Perfect" Mirrors Cast For LSST
  61. Video: WiiWare Buyer's Guide
  62. Google's Chrome Comic, Stripped
  63. 'Dr. Horrible' Reign Continues: Soundtrack, Webcomics, DVD
  64. Discs Meet the Internet in Next-Gen Blu-ray Players
  65. Weapons-Grade Lasers by the End of '08?
  66. Web Premieres Can't Save Networks From Sucky Fall Lineups
  67. The Making of Bioshock
  68. Honda Wants to 'Change Customer Perception of Hybrids'
  69. Chrome Eliminates Google's MiddleMan Problems
  70. "Google Satellite" To Be Launched This Week
  71. Scientists Fear Impact of Asian Pollutants On US
  72. First Look: Google Chrome Screenshot Tour
  73. Amazon Launches Music Wiki
  74. Inside Chrome: The Secret Project to Crush IE and Remake the Web
  75. Current Mass Extinction Could Be Greatest of All Time
  76. Asylum-Seeker Rejected Based On Wikipedia, Appeals Court Reverts
  77. AppJet Offers Browser-Based Coding How-To, Hosting
  78. Google Joins IE, Firefox Browser War With Chrome
  79. Much-Hyped RED Takes Aim at Digital Still Cameras
  80. Possible Monogamy Gene Found In People
  81. Mozilla's Thoughts On Google's Chrome
  82. Let the Great American Infrastructure Sell-Off Begin
  83. IE8 Beta 2 Fatter Than Firefox and XP
  84. New Study Shows Solar System Is Uncommon
  85. Bottom of the Barrel Book Reviews — Special Operations Team Raptor
  86. Chrome: What Google Said, What Google Meant
  87. Mozilla's Thought On Google's Chrome
  88. China Practically Unreachable By Western SMS?
  89. Obama Answers Your Science Questions
  90. Ask Harald Welte, "VIA's open source representative"
  91. IE8 Beta 2 Fatter Than Firefox and XP
  92. The Sun Has First Spotless Month Since 1913
  93. Stephen Fry Helps GNU Celebrate 25th Birthday
  94. Stephen Fry Helps GNU Celebrate 25th Birthday
  95. Laboring Longer a Growing Trend For Americans
  96. Scammers Riding the Gustav Wave
  97. New Study Shows Solar System Is Uncommon
  98. Computer Textbooks For High Schoolers?
  99. What's Inside: 2000 Flushes — a Nonstop Potty
  100. Typewriters Morph Into Creepy Sci-Fi Creatures
  101. Solar Trikey Makes Us Say Crikey
  102. Sept. 2, 1985: Hey, Everyone, We Found the Titanic
  103. Open Source Textbooks Challenge a Paradigm
  104. How to Open a Wine Bottle Without a Corkscrew
  105. Brain Scanners, Fingercams Take Computer Interfaces Beyond Multitouch
  106. 15th Anniversary: Peak Performance From New Climbing Tech
  107. How HP Could Turn a Novelty Into a Revolution
  108. Google Enters the Browser Wars With 'Chrome'
  109. Defining Video Game Addiction
  110. Restaurant Owners Use Zapper To Cook the Books
  111. ISS Dodges Space Junk For First Time In Five Years
  112. Name and Rate Cult TV's Best Lines
  113. Gallery: 10 Things You Should've Bought at PAX 2008
  114. ISS Dodges Space Junk For First Time In Five Years
  115. Smilin' Bob Not Smilin' Anymore
  116. Live Architecture — Grow Your Own Home
  117. Festivities Wind Down in the Desert at Burning Man
  118. Ad Targeting Based on Web Tracking Now in Doubt
  119. Robots Learn To Follow
  120. Java, Where To Start?
  121. Councils Recruit Unpaid Volunteers To Spy On Their Neighbors
  122. Mathematical Modeling Used To Track and Label
  123. Ron Gilbert Returns With DeathSpank
  124. Hyundai Going Electric With Hybrids and Plug-Ins
  125. Vegas Star Trek Experience Closing Down
  126. China Sets Sights On Rail Record
  127. First Prototype of Open Source TechCrunch Tablet
  128. Google Chrome, the Google Browser
  129. Live Architecture — Grow Your Own Home
  130. Live Architecture — Grow Your Own Home
  131. Java, Where to Start?
  132. Space Observatory May Have Found Dark Matter
  133. Councils Recruit Unpaid Volunteers to Spy on Their Neighbors
  134. Mathematical Modeling Used to Track and Label
  135. Businesses Choosing "Community" Linux Distros
  136. Newark and the Future of Crime Fighting
  137. Typical Home Bandwidth Usage?
  138. Anti-Government Webmaster Shot Dead By Russian Police
  139. The Anti-Britney: San Diego Punk Rockers From the '80s
  140. Ditch the Joystick and Go Voice Commando With Tom Clancy's EndWar
  141. An Ode to Drive-in Movies
  142. VIA Releases FOSS Graphics Driver
  143. Microsoft Patents "Pg Up" and "Pg Dn"
  144. Despite Rumors, Republican VP Candidate Is No Hacker
  145. Blackwater Preps for Hurricane Gustav
  146. Gallery: Cranked Up and Costumed at PAX 2008
  147. Flames, Freak Flags Fly at Burning Man
  148. In MN, Massive Police Raids On Suspected Protestors
  149. German Customs Agents Raid Another Trade Show
  150. Too Easy For Bank Accounts To Spring a Leak
  151. Zebras Get Less Spam Than Aardvarks
  152. Shuttle Retirement In 2010 Under Review
  153. Obama Answers Science Policy Questionnaire
  154. A Hardware Mashup Device Running Linux
  155. Mayor Orders Mandatory Evacuation of New Orleans
  156. Court Rules Against AT&T's Service Agreement
  157. FBI ISP Letters May Have Violated Free Speech
  158. Intel Acquires Mobile Linux Developer OpenedHand
  159. Pitfalls of Automated Bill Payment
  160. Programming Jobs Abroad For a US Citizen?
  161. Spying Court Stays Secret, Rejects ACLU Plea Again
  162. Geoffrey Perkins Is Dead At 55
  163. Gallery: Penny Arcade Expo Is Geek Gamer's Paradise
  164. To Boldly Go Where No Mento Has Gone Before
  165. 10 Geeky Flicks to Raise Your Kids On
  166. A Short History of 'When the Levee Breaks'
  167. Appeals Court Rules US Can Block Mad Cow Testing
  168. Maps: Storm Surge Risk From Tropical Storm Gustav
  169. Wild Rides Rule the Playa at Burning Man
  170. CC Companies Scotch Mythbusters Show On RFID Security
  171. Tracking the Terrorists Online
  172. Wikipedia Edits Forecast Vice Presidential Picks
  173. To Boldly Go Where No Mento Has Gone Before
  174. Founder of the Secret Society of Mathematicians
  175. IE8 Breaking Microsoft's Web Standards Promise?
  176. A Device to Grab Data From Cell Phones
  177. US No Longer the World's Internet Hub
  178. Google Awards Android Dev Prizes, Introduces App Store
  179. Inside India's CAPTCHA Solving Economy
  180. Is It Good For Business To Subsidize OSS Developers?
  181. Wireless LANs Face Huge Scaling Challenges
  182. The Envirosight Supervision 250 Crawls Through Sewer Pipes So No Human Has To
  183. 120-Hz Hi-Def TVs Bring Onscreen Action to Life
  184. Hans Reiser Gets Sentence of 15-To-Life
  185. McCain Picks Gov. Palin As Running Mate
  186. The Gamer's Bill of Rights
  187. Take Your Web Apps Offline
  188. Chronicling the Failures of DRM
  189. Preparing Computer and Cellular Networks For a Hurricane
  190. MIT Working On Network Vulnerability Analysis
  191. Hans Reiser Sentenced
  192. Death, Taxes and Bandwidth Caps
  193. Flexy Motorola Phone Bends in Half, Breaks Our Hearts
  194. AutoAdmit Defendant Asks Court to Free Him From Byzantine Lawsuit
  195. The State of Scripting Languages
  196. Snail Car Is Born When Math, Dreams Collide
  197. Top 5 Gadgets That Could Get You Arrested
  198. How to Flick a Beer Cap
  199. McCain Picks Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as Running Mate
  200. Rocket Racing League Flights With Armadillo Engine
  201. McCain Picks Gov Palin as Running Mate
  202. Bloatware Removal Threatens PC Industry Profits
  203. New BBEdit Packed With Power Tools for Writers, Programmers
  204. Blogger Turns Up the Social With 'Following' Feature
  205. America Running Low on Innovation, Ex-Cisco CTO Says
  206. Employers Finally Giving Bike Commuters Some Love
  207. Military Eyes Football Helmets for Battlefield Protection
  208. McCain's VP Wants Creationism Taught in School
  209. Autopia's Picks for Back-to-School Cars
  210. 88% of IT Admins Would Steal Passwords If Laid Off
  211. Kaminsky DNS Bug Claimed Fixed By 1-Character Patch
  212. Mars Phoenix Heads Into Extra Innings
  213. Dead Sea Scrolls To Go Digital On Internet
  214. Tech Making Traditional VCs Obsolete
  215. IBM Flash Memory Breaks 1 Million IOPS Barrier
  216. Behind the Doors of the Free Software Foundation
  217. Comcast Makes Monthly Internet Use Cap Official
  218. Nvidia 55nm Parts Are Bad Too
  219. Bitten By the Red Hat Perl Bug
  220. Google Reverses "Absurd" Mozilla Code Ban
  221. How Can Nerds Make a Difference In November?
  222. Hit Man Email Scammer Back With a Vengeance
  223. Nuclear Decay May Vary With Earth-Sun Distance
  224. Apple Still Benefits from 'All is Forgiven' Customers
  225. Kaminsky DNS Bug Claimed Fixed By 1-Character Patch
  226. Hit Man Email Scammer Back With a Vengence
  227. BBC Profiles Extradited Cracker Gary McKinnon
  228. MIT Secretly Built Mega-Efficient Nano Batteries
  229. Novelist Neal Stephenson Once Again Proves He's the King of the Worlds
  230. Cowboy Upgrade: Welcome to the NFL's Next Flagship Arena
  231. Aug. 29, 1965: Long-Distance Calling ... Very Long Distance
  232. SSD Won't Make Sense In Laptops For Two Years
  233. Obama Address Sets Internet On Fire
  234. Gallery: American Dreamers Run Free at Burning Man
  235. Mazda Building a Volt of Its Own
  236. How to Download MP3s From Streaming Music Sites
  237. Make Your Own Custom YouTube-Video Player
  238. Comcast To Cap Data Transfers At 250 GB In October
  239. FBI: Uploader Confessed to Pre-releasing Guns N' Roses Tracks
  240. 'Babylon A.D.': Add Another Mangled Movie to the List
  241. Google, EFF Applaud Veoh DMCA Ruling
  242. Lonely Throne of 'Elevation' Seats Only 1 at Burning Man
  243. 5 Ways Amazon Can Improve the Kindle 2.0
  244. Hashing Email Addresses For Web Considered Harmful
  245. Tip to Studios: Fire the Lawyers and Embrace the Web
  246. Black Screens For Unauthorized Copies of Windows
  247. Cost-Effective Server Room Air Conditioning?
  248. ****sy Weensy Amp Brings Hi-Fi to the Desktop and Beyond
  249. Gallery: Bell Labs' Greatest Hits
  250. Hans Reiser Faces the Music Friday