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  1. Popular Scrabble Knockoff Suspended on Facebook
  2. The Future of Web Fonts Looking Brighter
  3. Lightroom Upgrade Renders Photoshop Inessential
  4. Collimating Semiconductor Lasers Without Lenses
  5. Tesla Crash!
  6. 10 Dumbest Lies of the Micro-hoo-gle-cahn Saga
  7. KDE 4.1 Released, Reviewed
  8. Software Price Gap Between the US and Europe
  9. Scrabulous Is Dead, Hasbro's Version Brain-Dead
  10. Microsoft Bets Big On Computing For the Car
  11. Sirius, XM Complete Merger to Create Satellite Radio Monolith
  12. Bad Guys Now Exploit Web Security Flaws in Mere Hours
  13. Your Computer and Cell Phone Are Lying To You
  14. Sans Spiderman, Sony Slumps
  15. Software Price Gap Between the US and Europe
  16. Retroactive Telco Immunity Opponents Buying TV Ad
  17. Apple Still Has Not Patched the DNS Hole
  18. Excerpt From Arthur C. Clarke's Last Work
  19. Video Surveillance Tech Detects Abnormal Activity
  20. New Harley-Davidson Museum Is Heaven for Hells Angels
  21. July 29, 1958: Ike Inks Space Law, NASA Born in Wake of Russ Moon
  22. Gallery: Virgin Galactic Unveils 'White Knight Two' Launch Vehicle
  23. Blogger Gorshkov Will Dish Dirt on Russian Politicians — for a Price
  24. Alaska Looks To Volcanos For Geothermal Energy
  25. Modern LaTeX Replacement?
  26. Secure Your Domain Name Server With OpenDNS
  27. 'Afroninja' Turns Bungled Stunt Into Big-Screen 'Destiny'
  28. New RIAA Lawsuit Defense Tactic: Admit Liability, Challenge the Law
  29. FCC Commissioner Urges, Don't Regulate the Internet
  30. Opposed to Wiretap Amensty? Run a TV Ad for Six Bucks
  31. Video: Epic 'Gears of War 2,' Sad Power Glove
  32. Yahoo: We'll Reimburse Users for Terminated Music
  33. Mini-Microscope Could Lead to Cell-Sorting Implants
  34. Microsoft Dons ***** Suit, Joins Apache Open Source Foundation
  35. Apple Still Has Not Patched the DNS Hole
  36. General Motors Picks a Bigger Engine for the Volt
  37. Passenger Video of Qantas Jet Landing 'With a Big Hole'
  38. How Do You Deal With Sensitive Data?
  39. Have Modern Gamers Lost the Patience For Puzzles?
  40. The Reporter's Shield Law: Truth or Fear Mongering?
  41. How Do You Fix Education?
  42. How to Do Business With a Blacklisted Russian Weapons Company
  43. Have Modern Gamers Lost The Patience for Puzzles?
  44. Mo' Broadband Blues: Verizon Growth Sputters
  45. Virgin Galactic Unveils Launch Plane for Upcoming Spacecraft
  46. MPAA Plans To Launch Movie Links Site
  47. MacBook Updates Rumored To Include Glass Trackpad
  48. Two New Football Helmets Do Battle Against Concussions
  49. 10 Things You Should Have Bought at Comic-Con
  50. Tom Vanderbilt's Why We Drive the Way We Do Unlocks How to Unclog Traffic
  51. The T Train: NYC Will Get Its First New Subway Line in 70 Years
  52. "World's Cheapest Laptop" Available in Bulk Only
  53. Virgin Galactic Shows the Finished WhiteKnight Two
  54. VMware ESXi Available For Free Starting Today
  55. New Search Engine Cuil Takes Aim At Google
  56. Play With Dr. Horrible's Magnetic Remote-Control iPhone App
  57. Software Patent Sanity on the Way?
  58. Tenise Barker Takes On RIAA Damages Theory
  59. $1,000 Spray Makes Gadgets Waterproof
  60. Comcast Spoiling for Fight With FCC
  61. Virgin Galactic Shows the Finished WhiteKnight Two
  62. WB Took Pains To "Delay" Pirating of Dark Knight
  63. Mars Soil Frustrates Phoenix Again
  64. Virgin Galactic Shows the Finished WhiteKnight Two
  65. Leaked Wolverine Origin Trailer Makes the Rounds
  66. Facebook Fends Off Attack of the Clones
  67. The Pragmatic CSO
  68. Zune Tattoo Guy Signs Off: Buh-Bye
  69. Verizon Q2 Beats; FIOS Starts to Edge Out DSL
  70. Apple After Jobs
  71. China Has Largest On-Line Population
  72. New Search Engine Cuil Takes Aim At Google
  73. Diesel Sweeties Creator Steers Webcomic Back to Its Roots
  74. Olympic Media Village – Most Expensive Internet In the World?
  75. Ex-Google Engineers Debut 'Cuill'
  76. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Blue Photos, Decided by You
  77. July 28, 1858: Fingerprints Go Official
  78. What Gore Didn't Say About Solar Cells
  79. Back to the Grind in WoW and Loving Every Tedious Minute
  80. Wired.com Photo Contest: Cities
  81. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Blue Photos, Decided by Us
  82. Mars Soil Frustrates Phoenix Again
  83. Nukes Not the Best Way To Stop Asteroids, Says Apollo Astronaut
  84. Nukes Are Not the Best Way to Stop an Asteroid
  85. Medical Health Disclosure vs. Steve Jobs' Privacy
  86. Ohio Researchers Advance Heat Reclamation Technologies
  87. Study: Exercise Slows Alzheimer's Brain Death
  88. Ohio Researchers Advance Heat Reclaimation Technologies
  89. Cambridge N-Prize Team To Build Balloon-Assisted Rockets
  90. Nerdcore Documentary Examines the Good, Bad and Geeky
  91. Sneaking Past Heavy-Handed Audio Compression on YouTube
  92. Ivy League Computer Science Curricula Exposed
  93. NASA: 50 Years of Towering Achievement
  94. Gallery: The Space Suit Makes the NASA Astronaut
  95. Gallery: NASA's Most Embarrassing Goofs
  96. Gallery: NASA's Most Amazing Extraterrestrial Vehicles
  97. SETI@Home Adds New Search Method
  98. Hardware Hacking Guide - Citizen Engineer
  99. Reasonable Expectation of Privacy From Web Hosts?
  100. FCC Votes To Punish Comcast
  101. Opening Quantum Computing To the Public
  102. VIA Releases 800 Pages of Documentation For Linux
  103. MIT Artificial Vision Researchers Assemble 16-GPU Machine
  104. EU and Russia Show Off New Lunar Spacecraft Design
  105. Amazon Explains Why S3 Went Down
  106. NOAA Requires License For Photos of the Earth
  107. Unveiling of Aircraft Heats Up Space Race
  108. Second Mac Clone Maker Set To Sell, With a Twist
  109. How the Personal Genome Project Could Unlock the Mysteries of Life
  110. Comparison of Windows XP and Linux/Sugar On the OLPC XO
  111. Are There Any Smart E-mail Retention Policies?
  112. FCC Poised to Punish Comcast Over Web Blocking
  113. Atheros Releases Free Linux Driver For Its 802.11n Devices
  114. Google Caught On Private Property
  115. Amazon Explains Why S3 Went Down
  116. Google Caught On Private Property
  117. FSF's "Defective By Design" Targets Apple Genius Bars
  118. Comics, Superhero Flicks Whip Up a Cultural Superstorm
  119. FSF's "Defective By Design" Targets Apple Genius Bars
  120. For Apple, Growing Complexity Means More Glitches Than Ever
  121. Hacker, Counterfeiter Comes Clean Ahead of Prison Stint
  122. NOAA Requires License For Photos of the Earth
  123. EMI Loses Stones, Scores Humiliation Hat Trick
  124. Bootleg Tron 2 Trailer Is Out In the Wild
  125. Microsoft's Decade-old Patent On Tree-view Mode!
  126. More Skype Back Door Speculation.
  127. Comcast Is Reading Your Blog
  128. PRO-IP and PIRATE Acts Fused Into New Bill
  129. NASA Opens Space Image Library
  130. Sirius, XM Merger Gets FCC Approval
  131. Google URL Index Hits 1 Trillion
  132. Gallery: Star Wars, Aliens and Outta-This-World Lines at Comic-Con
  133. Lack of Bandwidth Oversight Damages HDTV Quality
  134. Why Won't Google Video Just Die?
  135. New York Times' Derek Gottfrid and NPR's Dan Jacobson Discuss APIs
  136. ISP Embarq Monitors User Traffic
  137. San Francisco DA Discloses City's Passwords
  138. Microsoft Blesses LGPL, Joins Apache Foundation
  139. Thirst For Coltan Fueling African Conflict
  140. Wrong! 5 Reasons Why Lossless Formats Will Not Destroy MP3
  141. Geeky TechShop Founder Plans National Franchise Rollout
  142. What To Expect In KDE 4.1
  143. Delivering 8K VFX Shots For the Dark Knight
  144. Delivering 8K VFX Shots For the Dark Knight
  145. New Open Web Foundation Has Open Source Technology's Back
  146. Nokia E71 Is a Legit iPhone Killer — We're Serious This Time
  147. Thirst For Coltan Fueling African Conflict
  148. Blind Taste Test Shows XP Users Love Vista
  149. 'Last Lecture' Professor, Randy Pausch, Dies
  150. Spam King and Family Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide
  151. SF Not an Exception In Giving IT Too Much Control
  152. JavaScript: The Good Parts
  153. "Last Lecture" CMU Professor Randy Pausch Dies
  154. No Gap Found In Math Abilities of Girls, Boys
  155. Craigslist Forced To Reveal a Seller's Identity
  156. Programmer's File Editor With Change Tracking?
  157. A Dot-Com Banker Who's Stuck in the Past
  158. "Last Lecture" CMU Professor Randy Pausch Dies
  159. Net Neutrality Gains Traction In '08 Senate Races
  160. Patch DNS Servers Faster
  161. Spam King and Family Dead In Murder-Suicide
  162. Did the U.S. Army Arrange a 'Sweetheart' Deal to Sell Russian Helicopters to Iraq?
  163. Hacked Oyster Card System Crashes Again
  164. IPhone 2.1 Update to Bring Turn-by-Turn GPS?
  165. China Asserts World Domination -- in Web Surfing
  166. Spam King and Family Dead In Murder-Suicide
  167. Review: X-Files Flick Falls Short of Show's Glory Days
  168. MoBo Manufacturer Foxconn Refuses To Support Linux
  169. Yahoo! Music Going Dark, Taking Keys With It
  170. Scientists Find Trigger For Northern Lights
  171. Microsoft Engineers Invent Displays That Top LCDs For Efficiency
  172. July 25: Four Women Who Made a Difference
  173. How to Make Friends With Celebrities
  174. How to Look Good on TV
  175. Gallery: Scenes From Comic-Con 2008
  176. Gallery: Comic-Con's Costumed Crusaders
  177. Are You Internet Famous? Get Your Score
  178. Debian Maintainer Hints At September Release for Lenny
  179. Internet Endangers Big-City Tradition: The Bike Messenger
  180. Senate Introduces IP-Reform Bill Bolstering Enforcement
  181. Jokers, Jokers Everywhere at Comic-Con
  182. Scientists Discover What Makes Northern Lights Dance
  183. How To Deal With Internet Bullies?
  184. How to Use Templates in Django
  185. FBI: We Don't Have Tesla's Death Ray
  186. Brad Pitts (Note Spelling) Floats Naked in Zero-G
  187. Scrabble Scrambles, Sues Scrabulous
  188. UK Facebook User's Name Appropriation Draws Huge Libel Suit
  189. Hasbro Sues Makers of Scrabble-Like Scrabulous
  190. Robocars As the Best Way Geeks Can Save the Planet
  191. Blowing Up a $60,000 S.U.V. to Save the Planet
  192. Aviation Takes Its Woes to Capitol Hill
  193. Hasbro Sues Makers of Scrabble-Like Scrabulous
  194. Under Pressure, ISP Admits Secret Web Snooping in Kansas
  195. Critiquing Claims of an Open Source Jobs Boom
  196. Lori Drew Asks Court to Throw Out MySpace Suicide Case
  197. Vint Cerf Preps Interplanetary Internet Protocol
  198. Beijing's Air Still Transluscent, Despite Anti-Smog Efforts
  199. Brightkite Location API Could Usurp Yahoo's FireEagle
  200. British ISP File Share Smackdown Targets Accounts, Not Users
  201. NASA's Best Photos: You Make the Call
  202. Pittsburgh Cancer Center Warns of Cell Phone Risks
  203. Online Colleges Could Spy On Students – By Law
  204. Facebook F8 Conference Leaves Developers Wanting More
  205. Researchers Face Jail Risk For Tor Snooping Study
  206. Two-Episode Watchmen Series Set as a Prequel
  207. Big Six UK ISPs Capitulate To Music Industry
  208. Apollo 14 Moonwalker Claims Aliens Exist
  209. Mars In 3D
  210. Will 3-D Sportscasting Save the Movie Theater?
  211. The Death of Nearly All Software Patents?
  212. Researchers Face Jail Risk For Tor Snooping Study
  213. Spam King Escapes From Federal Prison
  214. Big Six UK ISPs Capitulate To Music Industry
  215. Ultra-Light Micro Air Vehicles
  216. Police Director Sues AOL For Critical Blogger's Name
  217. Microsoft Exec Who Led Yahoo Buyout Team to Leave
  218. Most Bank Websites Are Insecure
  219. Ultra-light Micro Air Vehicles
  220. Police Director Sues AOL For Critical Blogger's Name
  221. July 24, 1911: Hiram Bingham 'Discovers' Machu Picchu
  222. Inside Apple's iPhone SDK Gag Order
  223. Researchers Create Highly Predictive Blacklists
  224. How to Set Up a Velvet Rope on Facebook
  225. How to Promote Yourself, Boost Your Geek Cred, and Be the Hero
  226. How to Impress the Rubes and Win at the Carnival
  227. How to Be Understood at ComicCon
  228. If You Wanna Sell Plug-In Hybrids, You Gotta Make 'Em Sexy
  229. Next Generation CPU Refrigerators
  230. Cancer Center Warns of Kids' Cellphone Risks
  231. IPhone 3G Users Complain About Network Issues
  232. The Coffee Fix: Can the $11,000 Clover Machine Save Starbucks?
  233. Security Matters: Lesson From the DNS Bug: Patching Isn't Enough
  234. Attack Code Published For DNS Vulnerability
  235. Google's Knol, Expert Wiki, Goes Live
  236. The Broadband Boom May Be Over
  237. Ubuntu Is Hyper-Active At OSCON
  238. Review: Stephen Hawking's Secret Key to the Universe
  239. Bike Multitool Packs a Big Kit Into a Tiny Package
  240. Diving Knife Stabs, Pumps Out Explosive Ball of Frozen Gas
  241. Prosecutor: Admin Rigged City Network for 'Failure'
  242. Report: PlayStation 3 Game 'Failing Epilepsy Tests'
  243. Which Open Source Video Apps Use SMP Effectively?
  244. Intel CEO Calls for 10 Million Plug-In Conversions Within Four Years
  245. Q&A: X-Files' Chris Carter Talks Paranoia, Secrecy and Surprise
  246. Why Castlevania Became a Fighting Game
  247. EC2 Vs. App Engine Vs. GoGrid Vs. AppNexus
  248. Road Trip! Young Republicans Blog and Twitter Their Way Across the U.S.
  249. Google Blogger "Hosts 2% of World's Malware"
  250. As Summer Heats Up, An Ode to the Man Behind AC