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  1. Google Debuts Rival for Wikipedia, Written by Experts
  2. Kaminsky on How He Discovered the DNS Flaw
  3. NAO Humanoid Robot Set To Hit the Market
  4. Drug Companies Get Healthy, but at Whose Expense?
  5. Indie Game Developers Enlist Algorithms to Do the World-Building for Them
  6. WarGames: A Look Back at the Film That Turned Geeks and Phreaks Into Stars
  7. Why Power Failures Can Always Lead To Data Loss
  8. Video Game Labeling Law Passed In New York
  9. SF Admin Gives Up Keys To Hijacked City Network
  10. S.F. Admin Coughs Up Passcodes to Mayor
  11. MySpace Joins OpenID Coalition
  12. Electronics Giants to Create Wireless HD Standard
  13. MySpace Joins OpenID Coalition
  14. First Images of Russian-European Manned Spacecraft
  15. Slimmed Down MySQL Offshoot Drizzle is Built For the Web
  16. Speculation On a Second Internet Economy Collapse
  17. Speculation On a Second Internet Economy Collapse
  18. World's Oldest Bible Going Online
  19. Next Generation SSDs Delayed Due To Vista
  20. Is Anyone Using the Google Web Toolkit?
  21. July 23, 1956: Bell X-2 Sets Aircraft Speed Mark
  22. Nintendo Loses Controller Patent Lawsuit
  23. What Works, What Doesn't, on Mobile Web
  24. Pentagon Slices and Dices Darpa Budget
  25. New Geoengineering Scheme Tackles Ocean Acidification, Too
  26. How to Ace Your Math SATs
  27. Higher, Faster, Stronger: 1950s Experimental Aircraft
  28. Google Maps Gets More Pedestrian
  29. Alt Text: Back to the Batcave: Grading More of Batman's Gear
  30. New Rifle Tech Offers Variable Muzzle Speed
  31. Details of DNS Flaw Leaked; Exploit Expected by End of Today
  32. UOF Vies to Be a Third Contender in ODF–OOXML Battle
  33. EMusic Extends Into Social Networks
  34. Electric Cars Are Inevitable ... and Essential
  35. TiVo to Cash In on Couch Potato Commerce
  36. Buy From Amazon With Your TiVo
  37. Yahoo Q2 Profit Down, Below Analyst Views
  38. Computer Security Dire as Malware Spammers Get Sense of Humor
  39. Bin Laden Driver Faces Life Behind Bars Even if Acquitted
  40. COPA Suffers Yet Another Court Defeat
  41. The First Paper-Based Transistors
  42. Microsoft to Sell Home-brewed Xbox Games, Share Revenue
  43. GM Joins Utilities to Ensure Plug-In Hybrids Can Plug In
  44. Even McCain Campaign Hopes to Profit From Obamamania
  45. Interview: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto
  46. Troll Patents Lists In Databases, Sues Everyone
  47. Net Censorship Law Struck Down Again
  48. GM, Utilities Partner To Advance Plug-In Hybrids
  49. FavTape: Playlists Don't Get Any Faster Than This
  50. Report: 'Dark Knight' Star Bale Accused of Assaulting His Mom, Sister
  51. $250 Freescale-Based "Green" "Cloud" Computer
  52. Vector Graphics Lead Wish List For Future Browsers
  53. Scientists Solve Riddle of Toxic Algae Blooms
  54. Call Someone – Without Having To Talk To Them
  55. NASA May Hire Japanese Spacecraft For ISS Service Mission
  56. E-gold Owners Plead Guilty To Money Laundering
  57. Step Right Up and Buy ... The Holy Grail!
  58. Neal Stephenson's "Anathem" Due In September
  59. Oyster Card Hack To Be Released, In Good Time
  60. TechCrunch Wants To Create an Open Source Tablet
  61. Firefox's Effect On Other Browsers
  62. Switching To Solar Power – One Month Later
  63. How To Encourage a Young **** To Learn Programming?
  64. Consumer 3D Television Moving Forward
  65. Firefox's Effect On Other Browsers
  66. Video: Hands-On With the $11,000 Clover Coffeemaker
  67. Seafloor Zombie Microbes May Look Like Exo-Organisms
  68. July 22, 1952: Genuine Crop-Circle Maker Patented
  69. Blogs for Print Nerds: Zine Fest Flaunts Camp and Crafts
  70. Floating Cities On Venus
  71. Firefox's Effect On Other Browsers
  72. Tackling al Qaeda Where It Thrives — Online
  73. How to Use URL Patterns and Views in Django
  74. Search Every Craigslist Site at Once
  75. Simon Pegg's Geek Roots Show in 'Spaced'
  76. Save a Buck (and Stick It to the Airlines) By Shipping Your Lugggage
  77. Piracy-Schmiracy: 'The Dark Knight' Rakes in the Dough
  78. A Week of Car Shows, a Century of Transportation
  79. Switching To Solar Power - One Month Later
  80. Macs, iPods Carry Apple to Record-Setting Revenues
  81. Kaminsky's DNS Attack Disclosed, Then Pulled
  82. IT Jobs To Drop In 2009
  83. NIA Brain-Computer Interface, Mind-Control Gaming
  84. Watchmen Movie Trailer Is Out
  85. Facebook's Redesign Mimics FriendFeed
  86. Tools for Web Developers: The 5 Best Firebug Extensions
  87. GOP 'Caving' From Trademark Lawsuit Threats
  88. Astronomers Claim Discovery of Earth-like Planet
  89. Batman Discussion
  90. Dear Open ID: You Deserve Better
  91. 2008 Pwnie Award Nominees Announced
  92. 'Tongue Drive' Controls Computers and Wheelchairs
  93. Love: The One-Man Multiplayer World
  94. Watchmen Movie Trailer Is Out
  95. Hackers Unlock iPhone 2.0, Now You Can, Too
  96. Web 2.0 Lessons For Corporate Dev Teams
  97. China Races To Clean Up Olympic Air
  98. The Ideal, Non-Proprietary Cloud
  99. Nintendo's Cammie Dunaway: I'm Not Faking It
  100. Inside the Lego Factory
  101. Yahoo Gives Carl Icahn +2 Invite: Your Table Is Ready
  102. Selling Online with Drupal e-Commerce
  103. Web 2.0 Lessons For Corporate Dev Teams
  104. Crude Reporting: Ask the Tough Questions About Oil
  105. Web 2.0 Lessons For Corporate Dev Teams
  106. Web Browser Wars Go Mobile
  107. Global Warming Stopped By Adding Lime To Sea
  108. It's Not Just O2 Leaking MMS Messages
  109. Court Tosses FCC 'Wardrobe Malfunction' Fine
  110. China Races To Clean Up Olympic Air
  111. Astronomers Claim Discovery of Earth-like Planet
  112. Batman Discussion
  113. The Ideal, Non-Proprietary Cloud
  114. Yahoo Appoints Icahn to Board; Control Crisis Averted
  115. Internet Users Not Updating Browser
  116. It's Not Just 02 Leaking MMS Messages
  117. Facebook Sues German Company, Claims Ripoff
  118. One of the Coolest Places In the Universe
  119. July 21, 1925: Evolution Teacher Found Guilty
  120. Comic-Based Movies Keep on Comin'
  121. Best Star Wars Remakes
  122. HP Shatters Excessive Packaging World Record
  123. Liquid Metal CPU Heatsink Beats Water Cooling
  124. Unlike John McCain, Many Seniors Rely on the Net
  125. Hundreds of Baby Penguins Found Dead on Brazilian Shores
  126. Game Controllers Driving Drones, Nukes
  127. Computer Mouse Heading For Extinction
  128. Battlestar, South Park, Webisodes Scoop Emmy Nods
  129. Napster: Worth More Dead Than Alive?
  130. IPhone 3G Jailbreak Released, Paves Way For Open Source Apps
  131. Guide For Small Team Programming?
  132. Encrypting Google Calendar With Firefox Extensions
  133. Companies Coming Around To Piracy's Upside?
  134. Making Strides Toward Low-Cost LED Lighting
  135. Dark Knight Sets New Weekend Record With $155.34M
  136. Cold Boot Attack Utilities Released At HOPE Conference
  137. Linux Needs More Haters
  138. Injections To Replace Heart Surgery?
  139. "Tabletop" Fusion Researcher Committed Scientific Misconduct
  140. Best and Worst Coding Standards?
  141. Texas To Build $4.93B Wind-Power Project
  142. Did E3 Just Gasp Its Last Breath?
  143. UK PM's Aide Loses BlackBerry In Chinese Honeytrap
  144. Web-Crawling Program Spots Disease Outbreaks
  145. Sturdy Econo Speakers Rock Your Knoll, Blast Your Neighbors
  146. FBI Fights Testing For False DNA Matches
  147. To Stet Or Not To Stet, That Is the Question
  148. Real-World 3G Monthly Cost With Taxes and Fees?
  149. Real-World 3G Monthly Cost With Taxes and Fees?
  150. Difference Engine: An Interview With Neil Halstead
  151. Flying Without ID? Know What's in Your Files
  152. Kids Predict Flying Cars Will Cure Cancer in Mural Project
  153. GM Researching Windshields For Old Drivers
  154. The Father of Multi-Core Chips Talks Shop
  155. Clove 2 Bluetooth Dataglove For One-Handed Typing
  156. The Ghost in Your Machine: IPv6 Gateway to Hackers
  157. Horror/Sci-Fi Great O'Bannon Brings the Pain
  158. Big Shareholder Supports Yahoo Board Over Icahn
  159. Dark Knight Sets New Box Office Record
  160. Wii Is the New US Console Leader
  161. Clove 2 Bluetooth Dataglove For One-Handed Typing
  162. Mandriva Joins the Netbook Market With the GDium
  163. USAF Counter-Terror Funds Buy "Comfort Capsules"
  164. Reusing and Recycling Code
  165. Canadian ISP Hijacking DNS Lookup Errors
  166. Reusing and Recycling Code
  167. Mars Orbiter Finds Evidence For Ancient Rivers, Lakes
  168. Social Networking Sites Becoming Useful For Lawyers
  169. A Look At ACTA Wish Lists For RIAA, BSA, Others
  170. Ubisoft Steals 'No-CD Crack' To Fix Rainbow 6: Vegas 2
  171. UK Mobile Operator O2 Leaks MMS Photos
  172. The Car of Tomorrow Has an Extension Cord
  173. Palatial Tent Proves Nearly Pitch Perfect
  174. Amazon To Launch New Streaming Video Service
  175. The Inside Story On the San Francisco Network Hijacking
  176. Gallery: From Tiny Machines to Security, the Future of Nano-Fabrication
  177. McCain Announces His Running Mate — The Chevy Volt
  178. Pigeons: The Next Step in Local Eating (No, Really)
  179. Diebold Patch May Be Evidence of '02 Election Tampering
  180. Gamemakers Hear the Music Loud and Clear at E3
  181. Film and Geo-Tag Your Next Car Accident
  182. The Bat-Pod Officially Has a Complex
  183. Listen Online To Last HOPE Conference
  184. 'The Dark Knight' -- 'Where Does He Get Those Wonderful Toys?'
  185. Universal Says DMCA Takedown Notices Can Ignore 'Fair Use'
  186. Listen Online To Last HOPE Conference
  187. Researchers Test BitTorrent Live Streaming
  188. Five Things to Do With Your Old iPhone
  189. Knights of the Old Republic MMO Confirmed
  190. Flaws In a BSA Software Piracy Report?
  191. Physicists Extend Moore's Law For Tiny Devices
  192. There Are No Winners (or Losers) in the Amazon-Netflix War
  193. Opera Brings iPhone Experience to Windows Mobile
  194. iPsychedelia: Use Your iPhone to Take Bendy, Distorted Photos
  195. The iPhone 3G: Wired's Official Review
  196. Why ISPs' "Stand" Against Child **** Is Actually Not a Stand Against Child ****
  197. Avril Lavigne Expects $2 Million From YouTube Despite Gamed Play Count
  198. Wii Gets Custom Firmware, Purported PSP Emulator
  199. What Would It Take To Have Open CA Authorities?
  200. Radiohead Open Sources Music Video
  201. Flaws In a BSA Software Piracy Report?
  202. Physicists Extend Moore's Law For Tiny Devices
  203. AMD Loses $1.2 Billion and Its CEO
  204. Dublin Air Traffic Control Brought Down By Faulty NIC
  205. Earth and Moon From an Alien's Perspective
  206. Facebook: Too Creepy, Childish for the Workplace
  207. 'Mythbusters' Want You -- to Test the Archimedes Death Ray
  208. Radiohead Open Sources Music Video
  209. Worm Transcodes MP3s To Infect PCs
  210. You, Too, Could Be Batman In 10 To 12 Years
  211. Economy Finally Catches Up to Google, Microsoft
  212. Warning Future Generations About Nuclear Waste
  213. RHN Bind Update Brings Down RHEL Named
  214. Russia To Study Martian Moons Once Again
  215. Dublin Air Traffic Contol Brought Down By Faulty NIC
  216. GPS Tracking Device Beats Radar Gun in Court
  217. July 18, 1876: Royal Commissioners Wrinkle Their Noses
  218. Gallery: VC Money Drives Solar-Tech Innovation Around the World
  219. Schneier, UW Team Show Flaw In TrueCrypt Deniability
  220. Fast-Booting OS for Usually-Off Appliance PCs?
  221. GOP Threatens CafePress over Shirts, Stickers and Logos
  222. Last-Ditch Resort: Move Polar Bears to Antarctica?
  223. GDocs vs. ThinkFree vs. Zoho vs. MS Office
  224. Experts: Lax Security Allowed San Francisco Network Hijack
  225. US ISPs Announce Anti-Child-**** Agreement
  226. HPs Mini Notebook is a Real-Deal Eee PC Killer
  227. Is the Internet Bad for Science?
  228. Multiple Experts Try Defining "Cloud Computing"
  229. Google Misses, Stock Slides After Hours
  230. Schneier, UW Team Show Flaw In TrueCrypt Deniability
  231. See How We Mash: Inside Webmonkey's iPhone Finder Widget
  232. Liquid Mirror Telescopes Set For Magnetic Upgrade
  233. Mozilla Releases First Firefox 3 Update, Offers a Glimpse of 3.1
  234. Army Secretary: 'We're Falling Behind Online'
  235. Why China's Olympian Efforts to Clean Up Beijing's Air Won't Work
  236. Empty Hallways, Third-Party Games Mark E3 2008
  237. Digg's Kevin Rose Digs Pinback, Knife
  238. The 5 Stupidest iPhone 3G Accessories (So Far)
  239. Rockets To Race Over Wisconsin Skies
  240. 'Bump' a Lock
  241. IPhone Developer: Apple's Secrecy, Slowness Makes Things Difficult
  242. The Five Best iPhone 3G Accessories We've Seen (So Far)
  243. Introducing the World's Fastest EV
  244. Logged In or Out, Facebook Is Watching You
  245. Apple Climbs Into Third Place In U.S. PC Market
  246. Firefox 3.0.1 Fixes 'Carpet Bombing' Issue
  247. NASA Shuttle Replacement's Problems Are Worsening
  248. Linux's Security Through Obscurity
  249. Yahoo: We Want You, We Want You Not
  250. A DIYer's Quick Guide To Cheap Wireless Extension