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  1. NASA Shuttle Replacement's Problems Are Worsening
  2. What Does It Take To Get a PC With XP?
  3. Wall-E Supervising Animator Tells His Story
  4. Linux's Security Through Obscurity
  5. Spammers Choose GMail
  6. SCO Owes Novell $2.5 Million
  7. EU Proposes Retroactive Copyright Extension
  8. July 17, 1938: 'Wrong Way' Corrigan Gets It Right
  9. Jargon Watch: Bendy Chips, Nighttime Spinach, Dark Marketing
  10. Cuba Getting Internet Upstream Via Venezuela
  11. San Francisco Held Cyber-Hostage? Disgruntled Techies Have Wreaked Worse Havoc
  12. Eco Hikers' Dream: Precision Stove Burns Any Flammable Liquid
  13. At E3, Insiders Thrive as Booth Babes Go Extinct
  14. Joker Plays the Wild Card in Dazzling Dark Knight
  15. Hack a Million Systems and Earn a Job
  16. Hack a Million Systems and Earn a Job
  17. Gmail Reveals the Names of All Users
  18. Rock Out With Your Clock Out: We Test Atomic Watches
  19. Paul Supporters Flood GOP Site With Libertarian Advice
  20. MySQL Readies Release Candidate For 5.1
  21. How to Stream Your Music Online
  22. Obama Wages Cyberwar
  23. You're Buying a Hybrid Soon
  24. Gmail Reveals the Name of All Users
  25. American Solar Challenge Racers Head For Canada
  26. AOL In Talks With Microsoft to Merge Online Divisions, Says WSJ
  27. LOLcatters Mock Celebs With New Site, Totally Looks Like
  28. HD Radio Recording In the US?
  29. No Luck Scoring a iPhone 3G? Try Webmonkey's iPhone Availability Finder
  30. Vote For Your Favorite iPhone Apps
  31. Pandora Streaming Music Player Is the iPhone's Killer App
  32. NASA Contractor Needs Urine
  33. McCain Campaign Uses Web Spider to Sting Obama
  34. Toshiba Launches First Cell-based Laptop
  35. Army Wants 'Psychologically Inspired' Robot Vision
  36. Slammin' New Game Screenshots From E3
  37. Post's Weymouth: The Last Media Tycoon
  38. Apple Suit Demands That Psystar Recall OpenMacs
  39. P2P Set-top Boxes To Revolutionize Internet
  40. Sony Sells Villains, Superheroes and Booty at E3
  41. Video: Nintendo Jams at E3 With Wii Music, New Hardware
  42. Inside Steve's Brain
  43. P2P Set-top Boxes To Revolutionise Internet
  44. Steven Hawking Considering Move To Canada
  45. Researchers Look to Air-Condition Computer Chips
  46. Steven Hawking Considering Move To Canada
  47. Satellite Internet Providers
  48. Once Upon a Time: Water, Water Everywhere on Mars
  49. Phoenix Mars Lander To Begin Rasping Ice Shavings
  50. McCain Campaign Uses Spider/Diff Against Obama
  51. Linus on Kernel Version Numbering
  52. YouTube, Viacom Agree to Mask Viewer Data
  53. MSM Noticing That Patent Gridlock Stunts Innovation
  54. Criminal Probe Ended, Apple's Jobs Still Faces Options Hurdles
  55. Video: IPhone 3G Pwned and Jailbroken
  56. Phoenix Mars Lander To Begin Rasping Ice Shavings
  57. The Largest Recorded Tsunami Was 50 Years Ago
  58. Japanese Scientists Develop Long-Life Flash Memory
  59. Mars Lander's Robot Arm Shuts Down To Save Itself
  60. Making the Switch To Windows "Workstation" 2008
  61. July 16, 1945: Trinity Blast Opens Atomic Age
  62. Gallery: Nuclear Blasts Show Terrifying Power
  63. Alt Text: Grading Batman's Gear
  64. MSM Noticing That Patent Gridlock Stunts Innovation
  65. Playing the Gaming Game at E3
  66. How to Compile Software From Source Code
  67. Alternative Uses For an Old Satellite Dish?
  68. Video: Nintendo Jams at E3 With Wii Music, New Hardware
  69. How to Optimize Your Surround Sound System
  70. Gallery: Sony Recaps Its Greatest Hits at E3
  71. Flood of Fans Crashes 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog' Website
  72. Free Software Foundation Heading Up New Data-Portability Group
  73. WordPress Update Arrives Early, Packs in New Features
  74. Open Security Foundation To Maintain DataLossDB
  75. First North American OpenMoko/FreeRunners Arrive
  76. Gallery: Nintendo Keeps Casual, Ignores Hard-Core at E3
  77. Pistol Cam: When Cops Draw This Point-and-Shoot, Say Cheese
  78. Notebook Storage SSDs and HDs Compared
  79. Send the ISS To the Moon
  80. The Push For Quotas For Women In Science
  81. Lawmakers Target Second ISP for Web-Tracking Tech
  82. Patchouli Power! Lotus Goes Green with Eco Elise
  83. Review: Backyard Baseball '09 Hits a Little League Home Run
  84. Symbiotic Bacteria's Disappearance Could Cause More Asthma
  85. Fallout From the Fall of CAPTCHAs
  86. San Francisco Admin Charged With Hijacking City's Network
  87. SCO's Lawsuit Gets Even Crazier
  88. Send the ISS To the Moon
  89. Hands-On: 'Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3'
  90. Install Cygwin, Use Unix Commands on Windows
  91. Thwarting New JavaScript Malware Obfuscation
  92. Rising Gas Prices Could Cure Obesity
  93. Apple Files Suit Against Psystar
  94. First North American OpenMoko/FreeRunners Arrive
  95. Xbox Live Updates , Final Fantasy XIII Shocker at E3 2008
  96. NASA Engineers Work On Alternative Moon Rocket
  97. Live Blog: Nintendo's E3 Press Briefing
  98. Slashdot Discussion System Updates
  99. AOL Launches 2 Niche Sites to Grow Ad Potential
  100. World's First 2GB Graphics Card Is Here
  101. Google Wins Agreement To Anonymize YouTube Logs
  102. Outraged Icahn Refocuses on Ousting Yahoo Board
  103. Cybercrime Organizational Structures Evolve
  104. Final Fantasy XIII Is Coming To Xbox 360
  105. B-2 Stealth Bomber Gets Upgrade, Joins the '90s
  106. Disgruntled Engineer Hijacks San Francisco's Computer System
  107. Paul Vixie Responds To DNS Hole Skeptics
  108. eBay Beats Tiffany In Net Trademark Case
  109. 1200-Baud Archeology
  110. Estimating the Time-To-Own of an Unpatched Windows PC
  111. Joss Whedon's "Doctor Horrible" Set To Launch
  112. July 15, 1783: Marquis Invents Steamboat, Misses Esteem Boat
  113. 15th Anniversary: Cochlear Transplant Patient on Hearing in 121 Channels
  114. IBM's Eight-Core, 4-GHz Power7 Chip
  115. Handheld Garmin Sports Click-Wheel Nav, 3-D View, Topo Maps
  116. Gallery: Microsoft Guns for Hard-Core and Casual Gamers at E3
  117. Judge Who Signed 'Torture Memo' Blasts Copyright-Act Sentence
  118. How to Send Text Messages for Free Using Your iPhone
  119. Blizzard Wins Major Lawsuit Against Bot Developers
  120. Judge Doesn't Give Tiffany a Trademark Silver Spoon in eBay Flap
  121. Joss Whedon Waxes 'Dr. Horrible'
  122. Climate Change Means More Kidney Stones
  123. eBay Beats Tiffany In Net Trademark Case
  124. A 410-Cubic-Inch Motorcycle: When Too Much is Just Right
  125. Second Life Faces Open Source Challenges
  126. FSF Helps Launch Autonomo.us To Focus On Freedom In Network Services
  127. FSF Creates Autonomo.us to Focus on Freedom in Network Services
  128. B-2 Stealth Bomber Gets Upgrade, Joins the '90s
  129. Kaspersky To Demo Attack Code For Intel Chips
  130. Nintendo Unveils Wii MotionPlus
  131. Nintendo Unveils MotionPlus Controller for Wii
  132. Live Blog: Microsoft E3 2008 Press Conference
  133. 20 Features Windows 7 Should Include
  134. http://blog.wired.com/games/2008/07/live-blog-micro.html
  135. An Early Peek At AMD's Radeon HD 4870 X2
  136. EBay Deal Irritates Individual Sellers
  137. It's Fun and Games ... And a Paying Gig
  138. Viacom Looks For Google Staff Uploads in YouTube Logs
  139. Linux 2.6.26 Out
  140. Open Source Adeona Tracks Lost & Stolen Laptops
  141. Linux 2.6.26 Out
  142. Shuttleworth Sees Possibility For a QT-based GNOME
  143. Doing the Laptop Drive of Shame
  144. Amazonian Tribe Has No Word To Express Numbers
  145. Tesla Motors Is Delivering Cars
  146. Telsa Motors Is Delivering Cars
  147. What Tech Should Be Seen At TED?
  148. Makemake Becomes the Newest Dwarf Planet
  149. Wired.com Photo Contest: Blue
  150. Why iPhone Games Will Rule
  151. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Food Photos, Decided by You
  152. Top 10 Wired.com Food Photos, Decided by Us
  153. July 14, 1850: Gorrie Demonstrates Ice-Maker
  154. Happy Birthday, Woody Guthrie!
  155. Two Powerful Blows Against Air Pollution Controls
  156. Microsoft Trims Xbox Price by $50, Plans New Model
  157. Tensions Escalate in Battle for Control of Yahoo
  158. Games Without Frontiers: Go Ahead, Punk, Make Your Game
  159. Class D Amplifiers Are Shrinking and Greening Your Electronics
  160. Josh Hartnett Revisits Dot-Com Meltdown in August
  161. Is "Sunday Morning" the Best Wake-Up Tune Ever?
  162. Yahoo Spurns Yet Another Microsoft Offer
  163. Antarctica Once Abutted Death Valley
  164. Michael DeBakey, Consummate Medical Geek, Dead At 99
  165. Computer Optional For AOC's New HD Display
  166. Miniaturized DNA Sewing Machines
  167. Cablecos, Telcos Working To Strengthen the Duopoly
  168. Free SMS On IPhone 3G Via AOL IM Client
  169. Moon Rocks Still In Demand After Almost 40 Years
  170. Data Harvesting From a Developer's Perspective
  171. MIT Helps Third World With Hands-On Approach
  172. ACLU Files Lawsuit Challenging FISA
  173. Yahoo Rejects Another Bid From Microsoft, Icahn
  174. Smart Parking Spaces In San Francisco
  175. Book Recommendations For Maths To Astrophysics?
  176. Flagship Studios Going Under
  177. Nielsen Collects FL Tax Breaks, Then Outsources Jobs
  178. Unmanned Yellow Sub Collects Data on the Ocean
  179. Language May Have Evolved Earlier Than Supposed
  180. Viacom Vs. YouTube, Beyond Privacy
  181. Precision Putter Makes Your Latest Round a Game of Gimmes
  182. Why Do We Have To Restart Routers?
  183. Ulysses Spacecraft Not Dead Yet
  184. The iPhone 3G Visualized Through Cloud Tag 'Wordles'
  185. Brilliant 'UFO' Controlled Remotely by SMS
  186. As Hellboy II Arrives, del Toro Has Hobbit Headache
  187. Lost Jimi Hendrix Rock Conjured From Beyond
  188. The Environmentalism of Wall-E
  189. Should the Linux Desktop Be "Pure?"
  190. Most CF Cards Fail DMA Transfers
  191. Scientists Pave Way For 25nm CPUs
  192. Software Problems Irk Buyers of iPhone 3G
  193. Asia's Underground Markets Eagerly Await New iPhone
  194. Boeing-Skyhook Airship Faces Technical Challenges
  195. Viacom Vs YouTube, Beyond Privacy
  196. IPhone 2.0 Jailbroke
  197. Homer Simpson and the Kimya Botnet
  198. FCC Chief Clarifies His Statement On Comcast
  199. "Probable Cause" Hearing Against MediaSentry
  200. KDE Responds To Misconceptions About KDE 4
  201. Superconducting Power Grid Launches In New York
  202. Tap Into the 12-Million-Teraflop Handheld Megacomputer
  203. Gallery: Einstein's Legacy: Inside the Quest for Gravity Waves
  204. Newly Discovered Young Galaxy Creates 4,000 Stars Per Year
  205. Video: Hands-On With the iPhone 3G
  206. Usenet Blocking Intensifies
  207. First Look: iPhone 3G Fires on (Almost) Every Cylinder
  208. Inside the Motion Picture Industry's Cuddliest Anti-Piracy Operation: DVD-Sniffing Canine Unit
  209. How to Install and Customize a WordPress Blog
  210. How To Show Code Samples?
  211. 22 iPhone Apps for Science Geeks
  212. Court Refuses To Rule On ECPA Warrantless E-mail Searches
  213. Review: 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' Pops in 3-D
  214. Gadget Lab Video Productions Presents: The iPhone 3G Release
  215. A Day in the Line: Queuing Up for the iPhone 3G Launch
  216. Memristor Based RAM Could Be Out By 2009
  217. Make an Outdoor Theater
  218. Will Sony, Microsoft Try to 'Out-Wii' Nintendo at E3?
  219. Researchers Improve Solar Cell Performance
  220. The Web Development Skills Crisis
  221. Do Not Call Registry Gets Glowing Reviews
  222. Ameritrade Hack Settlement: $2 Per Victim, $1.8 Million for Lawyers
  223. Unbreakable Fighting Umbrella Splits Watermelons, Defends Presidents
  224. Mandriva Linux 2009 Alpha 2 Released
  225. Warhammer Online Sees Massive Content Removal To Make Launch
  226. Racing to Canada in a Hydrogen Car
  227. Do Not Call Registry Gets Glowing Reviews
  228. Photo Contest: First Day With iPhone 3G
  229. Warhammer Online Sees Massive Content Removal To Make Launch
  230. Full Review of the iPhone 2 On Launch Day
  231. The State of R&D At HP, IBM, and Microsoft
  232. Nanomaterials More Dangerous Than We Think
  233. Mother Sues After Bebo Story Hits Press
  234. Comcast Faces FCC Sanctions for Blocking Web Traffic
  235. Same Time, Next Year: Queues Everywhere for the IPhone 3G
  236. Yahoo's Build Your Own Search Service
  237. ISO Recommends Denying OOXML Appeals
  238. MobileMe Falters on Eve of IPhone 3G Launch
  239. "Vetrolium" From Agricultural Waste
  240. IPhone Debuts in Japan To Cheers and Smoke
  241. FCC Chief Says Comcast Violated Internet Rules
  242. News Corp 'Unlikely' to be in a Yahoo Deal: Murdoch
  243. Hardware-Based Video Acceleration Coming To Linux
  244. Internet Based Political "Meta-Party" For Massachusetts
  245. Dell Colludes With RIAA, Disables Stereo Mix
  246. The Pirate Bay's Plans To Encrypt the 'Net
  247. Open WiFi Owners Off the Hook In Germany
  248. Internet Based Political "Meta-Party" For Massachusetts
  249. July 11, 1979: Look Out Below! Here Comes Skylab!
  250. Global Geek Out: iPhone 3G Launches Worldwide