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  1. New Racing Simulation Distances Itself From Gamers
  2. U.K. Hacker Gary McKinnon Plays the Asperger's Card
  3. Viper Sets New (Unofficial) Record at the 'Ring
  4. Hands-On: 'Captain Rainbow,' the Latest Japanese Weirdness for Wii
  5. Ex-Googlers Want to Change RSS for the Better
  6. Will W3C Accept DRM For Webfonts?
  7. Steve Jobs is Not -- Repeat, Not -- Dead
  8. Hard-Core Gamers Unite at Penny Arcade Expo
  9. Lenovo Requires NDA For Windows License Refund
  10. Case Against Video-sharing Site Dismissed
  11. Gadget Designers Push the Limits of Size, Safety
  12. FBI Arrests Alleged California Music Pirate
  13. Slashdot's Disagree Mail
  14. State Cannot Force Removal of SSNs From Privacy Advocate's Site
  15. Guns 'N Roses Leaker's Fate Rests in the Band's Hands
  16. Rover Exiting Crater To Continue Martian Marathon
  17. Veoh Prevails in Infringement Lawsuit
  18. New Algorithm Boosts Network Efficiency
  19. WCG Tournament Director Admits Drugs In E-Sports
  20. Intel X58 To Be First Non-NVIDIA Chipset To Get SLI
  21. IE8 Beta Released To Public
  22. Quebec Gov Sued For Ignoring Free Software
  23. Changing Customers Password Without Consent
  24. Wikileaks To Sell Hugo Chavez' Email
  25. Quebec Gov Sued For Ignoring Free Software
  26. Q&A: Philippe Starck on Bioplastics, Virgin Galactic, and His Impossible Chair
  27. In Hot, Flat, and Crowded, Thomas Friedman Calls for a Green Energy Revolution
  28. Aug. 28, 1963: Road to Redmond Walks on Water
  29. Changing Customers Password Without Consent
  30. Can TiVo Stop Bleeding Subscribers?
  31. New Map From Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope
  32. Tropical Storm Gustav Takes Aim at U.S. Energy Infrastructure
  33. How to Build a 3-D Theater
  34. 'True Blood' Vampires Dig Sex, Gore and Wild Abandon
  35. 45th Known Mersenne Prime Found?
  36. IE8 Catches Up, Shows Improvements With Beta 2
  37. Bell Labs Kills Fundamental Physics Research
  38. Latest Wikileaks Prize for Sale to the Highest Bidder
  39. Seven Ways to Teach Your Kids to Ride
  40. Going From One Cell Type to Another Without Using Stem Cells
  41. How Long Does It Really Take to Evacuate an Airplane?
  42. @DarthVader? 11 Fake Twitterers Ripe for a Takedown
  43. Palm Treo Pro Fronts Handsome Styling, Half-Baked Touchscreen
  44. Do RIAA Snoops Need P.I. Licenses?
  45. The Power Grid Can't Handle Wind Farms
  46. Digital Storage To Survive a 25-Year Dirt Nap?
  47. Andy Hertzfeld Shares His Thoughts on 25 Years of the Mac
  48. Full Immersion Cooling Comes To Desktop PCs
  49. Mozilla Labs' "Ubiquity" Helps Automate Web Interactions
  50. Corporate Gaming Is Good For Business
  51. Capturing 3D Surfaces Simply With a Flash Camera
  52. Zero Day Threat
  53. Massive iPhone Security Flaw Exposes All Private Data
  54. Warner Keynote Comment On Science Lights Up Twitter
  55. Google Tests Custom Highlights, Comments In Search
  56. iPhone Web Claims Draw Governmental Rebuke in UK
  57. "Shimmer Vision" Scopes See Better Using Heat
  58. The Internet's Biggest Security Hole Revealed
  59. Computer With UK Bank Customer Data Sold On eBay
  60. Psystar Will Countersue Apple
  61. Phil Zimmermann Replies To CNet On Biden
  62. TELUS Forcing Customers Off Unlimited Plans
  63. MapReduce Goes Commercial, Integrated With SQL
  64. Paralyzed Man Walks Again Using Exoskeleton
  65. Examining Portal's Teleportation Code
  66. Gamepark Holdings Officially Announces the WIZ Handheld
  67. Google Drops Bluetooth API From Android 1.0
  68. New Evidence Debunks "Stupid" Neanderthal
  69. California's Wireless Road Tolls Easily Hackable
  70. Synthetic Blood From Stem Cells? Yes, a Company Says
  71. Nvidia Firmly Denies Plans To Build a CPU
  72. FAA Says Communication Breakdown Delayed Flights
  73. Nvidia Firmly Deny Plans To Build a CPU
  74. Best Western Rebuts Claims of Massive Data Breach
  75. Space Cube – the World's Smallest Linux PC
  76. Computer Virus Aboard the ISS
  77. Clinton Urges Party Unity In Powerful Convention Address
  78. Newegg Defies New York Sales Tax Law
  79. What To Do With All of My Gadget Chargers?
  80. First Oort Cloud Object May Have Been Discovered
  81. "Shimmer Vision" Scopes See Better Using Heat
  82. Clive Thompson on Why Urban Farming Isn't Just for Foodies
  83. Aug. 27, 2003: The Lights Will Stay On in Fairbanks
  84. The Internet's Biggest Security Hole Revealed
  85. Alt Text: A Wistful Geek Heads for Sweet iPhone Hell
  86. Computer With UK Bank Customer Data Sold On eBay
  87. Revealed: The Internet's Biggest Security Hole
  88. Build a Green Roof
  89. Your Parents (and Kids) Will Love Adobe's New Photo and Video Tools
  90. The Internet Gets a New Command Line With Firefox's Ubiquity
  91. Psystar Will Countersue Apple
  92. Little Yellow Lego Guys Turn 30
  93. RIAA, MPAA Converging on Political Conventions
  94. Phil Zimmermann Replies To CNet On Biden
  95. Review: Phantom Lapboard Wasn't Worth the Wait
  96. DTV Upgrade Proves Costly, Headachy
  97. TELUS Forcing Customers Off Unlimited Plans
  98. Jeff Han: We're Just Scratching the Surface of Multitouch
  99. MapReduce Goes Commercial, Integrated With SQL
  100. Wounded G.I.s' New Rehab: Wii Sports, Guitar Hero
  101. Your Parents (and Kids) Will Love Adobe's New Photo and Video Tools
  102. Virus Infects Space Station Laptops (Again)
  103. Reddit Expands Personalization Features With Skinning, Custom URLs
  104. Comic Books on the iPhone? No Thanks
  105. Google Earth Reveals Sixth Sense of Cattle, Deer
  106. Graphic Evidence Against Steroid Abuse
  107. Dem Convention: Live Audio of Denver Police
  108. 5 Ways to Survive After Muxtape
  109. Michelle Obama's Monday Speech Has Supporters, and Even a Republican, Atwitter
  110. Paralyzed Man Walks Again Using Exoskeleton
  111. Examining Portal's Teleportation Code
  112. Examining Portal's Teleportation Code
  113. Web Fraud 2.0 — Point-and-Click Cracking Tools
  114. Scientists Discover Cows Point North
  115. Gamepark Holdings Officially Announces the WIZ Handheld
  116. Amazon Relies on Customers to Pimp the Kindle
  117. Google Drops Bluetooth API From Android 1.0
  118. California's Wireless Road Tolls Easily Hackable
  119. Fuel-Cell Car Racing Series Aims To Spur Green Motoring
  120. China Reinstates iTunes Access -- Minus Songs for Tibet
  121. New Evidence Debunks "Stupid" Neanderthal
  122. California's Wireless Road Tolls Easily Hackable
  123. Fuel-Cell Car Racing Series Aims To Spur Green Motoring
  124. Terror Watchlist "Crippled By Technical Flaws"
  125. Software Quality In a Non-Software Company?
  126. IE8 Will Contain an Accidental Ad Blocker
  127. O. J. Simpson and Wired's Photoshop Experiment
  128. Extreme X-Rays: Photographer Nick Veasey Takes You Inside ... Everything
  129. Aug. 26, 1883: Krakatau Erupts, Changes World ... Again
  130. LHC Fully Documented Online
  131. Wizards of the Coast Declares Gleemax Site a Critical Failure
  132. Websites Still Failing Basic Privacy Practices
  133. Pinpoint Users With Fire Eagle
  134. Gallery: Concept Cars of Past Visit Pebble Beach
  135. David Wain Moves From 'Wainy Days' to 'Role Models'
  136. Making Statements With Video Games
  137. How to Survive a Power Blackout
  138. Review: 'Too Human' More Potential Than Payoff
  139. Bolt's Record Tests Theories of Human Speed
  140. Dem Convention Most-Covered Media Event in Party's History by Bloggers
  141. Linux Not Supported For Democratic Convention Video
  142. Dungeons & Dragons, the Facebook App
  143. Has Google Lost Its Mojo?
  144. Software To Provide Astronaut Counseling
  145. Carbon-Neutral Ziggurat Could House 1.1 Million In Dubai
  146. Wizards of the Coast Declares Gleemax Site a Critical Failure
  147. Browser Extension Defeats Internet Eavesdropping
  148. Carbon-Neutral Ziggurat Could House 1.1 Million In Dubai
  149. Security Hack Allows VOIP Aboard Airplanes
  150. Most Sung-About Body Part? The Eyes Have It
  151. Should Companies Share Criminal Blame In ID Theft?
  152. Ma.gnolia Bookmarking Site Opens Up Its Source Code
  153. Verizon Targets Blitz Cellphone at Texting ****s
  154. Get 'Tropic Thunder' Mockumentary 'Rain of Madness,' Free on iTunes
  155. Airport Fast Pass Lets Redskins Fans Cut Security Line
  156. KTM's 240-Horsepower X-Bow Coming to America
  157. Wizards of the Coast Declares Gleemax Site a Critical Failure
  158. Show Us Your Geek Tattoos
  159. The 1-Petabyte Barrier Is Crumbling
  160. The Best Gaming PC Money Can Buy
  161. Browser Extension Defeats Internet Eavesdropping
  162. Bottom of The Barrel Book Reviews-Confessions of a Recovering Preppie
  163. 30 Years of the Lego Minifig
  164. Jay Leno's Serious Advice to the U.S. Auto Industry
  165. NewsTrust Founder Fabrice Florin Answers Your Questions
  166. 30 Years of the Lego Minifig
  167. East Coast Broadband Fastest In USA
  168. Researchers Pursue Tongue Driven Computer System
  169. Wired.com's iPhone 3G Survey Reveals Network Weaknesses
  170. IRiffs Takes MST3k Open Source
  171. The 1-petabyte Barrier Is Crumbling
  172. Rosetta Disk Designed For 2,000 Years Archive
  173. NZ Judge Bans Online Publishing of Accuseds' Names
  174. US Court Gives 15 Months' Jail, $415,900 Fine For Game Piracy
  175. How the Soviets Drilled the Deepest Hole in the World
  176. Geek Ink: Comics Fans Show Off Tattoos
  177. Games Without Frontiers: Games Give Free Reign to the Douchebag Within
  178. Aug. 25, 1973: More Than One Way to Slice a CAT
  179. Analog Meets Its Match in Red Digital Cinema's Ultrahigh-Res Camera
  180. Obama Fan Madonna Gets Political
  181. It's Official: No Doors Without Jim Morrison
  182. Study Concludes "Planet" Was Just Stellar Spots
  183. New Computer Control Pad to Tap Tongue Tech
  184. QinetiQ Says It Has Broken Unmanned Flight Record
  185. Antibody Engineering Cuts Collateral Damage of Cancer Drugs
  186. Z Rock's Metalheads Mine Kiddie Gigs for Laughs
  187. Media Beat Obama to the VP Punch
  188. Irish Tunes for Videogame Music Fans
  189. Controversial Space Invaders Remix Raises Square Enix's Ire
  190. More Olympics Hijinx: Anthem Arranger Says He Was Ripped Off
  191. Solar Plane Breaks Endurance Record
  192. FSF-Sponsored gNewSense 2.1 Released
  193. Ray Bradbury Turns 88
  194. California Classes LED Component Gallium Arsenide a Carcinogen
  195. Canadian Firms Get Behind OpenMoko/FreeRunner
  196. Are IT Security Professionals Less Happy?
  197. NIST Releases Report On WTC 7 Collapse
  198. Siemens Develops Multi-Purpose Surveillance System
  199. A Look At Joe Biden's Tech Voting Record
  200. Could There Be Life On Titan?
  201. Nvidia Claims Intel's Larrabee Is "a GPU From 2006"
  202. Best Western Loses Details On 8 Million Customers
  203. How To See In Four Dimensions
  204. A Turning Point for Touch Screens, Says the NYT
  205. Solving Sudoku With dpkg
  206. Ratio of IT Department Workers To Overall Employees?
  207. In-Game Gold Farming a $500M Industry
  208. Diebold Admits Ohio Machines May Lose Votes
  209. Gadget Lab Reviews the HP TouchSmart IQ506: Does Its Performance Match Its Looks?
  210. New Attack Against Multiple Encryption Functions
  211. Firefox Gets Massive JavaScript Performance Boost
  212. Group Suing AT&T for Spying Will Sue Government, Too
  213. Hands-On: 'Fracture,' a Literally Groundbreaking Shooter
  214. Google, Verizon Nearing a Search Deal
  215. Impress for Less With These 5 Rides
  216. China Blocks Access to iTunes Store
  217. iTunes Blocked in China; Tibet Album Suspected
  218. New Star Wars Videogame Unleashes the Force in You
  219. Aug. 22, 1962: First Nuke-Powered Cargo Ship Docks
  220. Nonprofit Distributes File Sharing Propaganda to 50,000 U.S. Students
  221. Popular YouTubers 'Borrow' Disaster Footage to Spoof 'Cloverfield'
  222. Plot the Galaxy on Wired.com's Star Wars Timeline
  223. Jar Jar Lollipop? Star Wars Merch Overwhelms
  224. Turn Your Ubuntu Desktop Into an IMAP Maildrop
  225. Riding the Wind Into the Record Book
  226. Presidential Election Already Decided ... in Voters' Minds
  227. Chrysler's In-Car WiFi Won't Change Where You Surf ... Yet
  228. Comcast Does About-Face: Declares Love for P2P
  229. Rumored iTunes Music Subscription: $130 Per Year
  230. Upcoming PSP 3000 Wants to Be a Phone, Too
  231. Storming Sweden in the World's Wildest Prius
  232. US Company Sues Nintendo in Wii Wand Patent Suit
  233. Review: Nikon D3 Light-Years Ahead of Other Cameras
  234. Diebold Admits Ohio Machines May Lose Votes
  235. Microsoft Releases Photosynth
  236. New Attack Against Multiple Encryption Functions
  237. Red Hat, Fedora Servers Compromised
  238. Intel Claims an Advance In Wireless Power
  239. Google News Has Russian Army Invading Savannah, GA
  240. RIAA Foiled By "Innocent Infringement" Defense
  241. Google Has All My Data – How Do I Back It Up?
  242. Evidence of Russian Cyberwarfare Against Georgia
  243. DIY Filmmaker Wins Big With Midnight Kiss
  244. Russia's 'Full Scale Invasion' of Georgia
  245. UAVs Search for Scientific Silver Lining in Beijing Pollution Clouds
  246. Apple Likely to Ban iPhone Wireless Modem App
  247. Some Websites Remain Blocked at Beijing Olympics
  248. DefCon: Boston Subway Officials Sue to Stop Talk on Fare Card Hacks
  249. Shrinky Dinks As a Threat To National Security
  250. Did NBC Alter the Olympics' Opening Ceremony?