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  1. Review: 'Killzone 2' a Thoughtful, Atmospheric Shooter
  2. False Hopes: Adobe Desperate to Install Flash on the iPhone?
  3. The 4 Worst Superbowl Ads by Quarter
  4. DIY DNA: One Father's Attempt to Hack His Daughter's Genetic Code
  5. Feb. 2, 1046: There's a 400-Year Nip in the Air
  6. How to Lay Someone Off
  7. Melting Arctic Prompts Calls for 'National Park' on Ice
  8. First Look: MSI's Second Wind Blows Away Predecessor
  9. Amazing Chemicals Invented by Nature, Rebuilt in Lab
  10. Exclusive Images Reveal McG's 'Terminator Salvation' Vision
  11. Ma.gnolia Suffers Major Data Loss, Site Taken Offline
  12. Colorado Man Faces 10 Years for E-Mail Obama Threat
  13. Norway or the Highway: Poo Powers Oslo Buses
  14. Hummer Drivers Get More Tickets. A Lot More
  15. Blind Hacker Pleads Guilty to Harassment, Eavesdropping, Fraud
  16. Watching the People Who Watch Their Ads
  17. Pint-Sized Pico Projector Parties in Our Pants
  18. A First-Hand Tour of 'Batman: Arkham Asylum' Madhouse
  19. Make Your Own Scientific Super Bowl Snacks
  20. Super Bowl XLIII Ads: Teased, Remixed and Too-Hot-for-TV
  21. Surge of Nerds Rebuilds Afghanistan
  22. Alaskans Brace for Redoubt Volcano Eruption
  23. In Recession Year, Exxon Shatters US Profit Record
  24. LimeWire Creator Brings Open-Source to Urban Planning
  25. NEC's loss widens, plans to cut 20,000 workers
  26. 'Perfectly Accurate' Voice Recognition Phone 'Too Secret' to See
  27. Tesla's Plan For an EV Factory in San Jose Fizzles
  28. Do Humanlike Machines Deserve Human Rights?
  29. Jan. 30, 1975: Rubik Applies for Patent on Magic Cube
  30. Thwarting Disaster: Bridges That Can Withstand Anything
  31. HP's New Multi-Touch PC Craves Your Grope
  32. Apple's Next iPhone Will Rule at Gaming
  33. Son Charged With Collecting Double-Agent Dad's Debts
  34. Blackwater Mercenaries Likely to Overstay Iraqi Welcome
  35. Microsoft Files a Patent for a Desktop Dock to Hold Smartphones
  36. Suntan Drug Greenlighted for Testing
  37. Toyota Shows Its Hypermiling iQ
  38. Can Gadgets Help You Quit Smoking?
  39. Federal Regulations Will Kill Handmade Toy Sales
  40. ISP Agrees to Ban Copyright Scofflaws
  41. Twitterers #Remember_Challenger Disaster
  42. Fannie Mae Defuses Logic Bomb, Averts Weeklong Shutdown
  43. Google Earth Leads Swiss Cops to Pot Field
  44. Mad Men Agree Aptera Is 'The Future'
  45. Artifacts From the Future: Cubicle From the Future
  46. Found Photoshop Contest: Imagine the Future of Magic Shows
  47. Jan. 29, 1895: Steinmetz Makes AC Practical
  48. New Google Tools Sniff ISP Blocking of BitTorrent
  49. Scientists Rank Global Cooling Hacks
  50. Video: Installing the World's First Deep-Sea Webcam
  51. Stout Olympus Cam Takes a Licking and Keeps On Clicking
  52. iPhone App Solves Rubik's Cube in 20 Moves or Less
  53. Fastest Bentley Ever Is Cleanest Bentley Ever
  54. Despite Harsh Reviews, Verizon Sells 1 Million BlackBerry Storm Phones
  55. Doctors Spooked by Israel's Mystery Weapon
  56. ACLU Demands Eavesdropping, Torture Memos From White House
  57. Extreme Exoplanet's Wild Ride
  58. No Wifi? No Problem. Gmail Unveils Offline E-mail
  59. One-Up Barack With RIM's New BlackBerry
  60. And the Winner Is -- Wired's First Annual Rippy Music Awards
  61. Autonomous Robots Invade Retail Warehouses
  62. Jan. 28, 1938: The Passing of the Silver Comet
  63. An Electric Motorcycle Valentino Rossi Could Love
  64. From Anime to Games, RZA Is a Soundtracking 'Samurai'
  65. Amazon Set to Refresh Its Kindle E-Book Reader
  66. China Pledges WTO Copyright, Trademark Cooperation
  67. Why a 'Google Web Drive' Won't Kill Windows, the PC or Anything Else
  68. Games Without Frontiers: Bleak 'Fallout 3' Dazzles With Great Depression
  69. Digital TV Switchover Delay Gathers Steam in Congress
  70. Get a Clue: Top Crossword Solver Throws Down Geeky Challenge
  71. Jan. 27, 1967: 3 Astronauts Die in Capsule Fire
  72. Mr. Know-It-All: Hi-Def Etiquette, Facebook Friends-in-Law, Wiki Errors
  73. Video: Daffodils Wander Lonely as a Cloud, in 'Flower'
  74. WTF? A Gaming Notebook That Costs Under a Grand
  75. 'Rogue' Googlephone App Raises Questions About Android's Open Policy
  76. Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1 Ready for the Masses
  77. Baby Got Beat: Music May Be Inborn
  78. March of Penguins Turning Into Trail of Tears
  79. Climate Change Could Choke Oceans for 100,000 Years
  80. NASA Going to the Dark Side ... of the Sun
  81. How to Repaint a Plane in 3 Minutes
  82. Surprise! The New F1 Cars Aren't Ugly
  83. Obama Pushing Stronger Fuel-Efficiency Standard
  84. 10 iPhone Games You Must Own
  85. Delay in Analog TV Shutdown Presents Challenges
  86. Jan. 26, 1983: Spreadsheet as Easy as 1-2-3
  87. Playlist: Ocean Atlas, Dead Dudes on Twitter, Jonathan Coulton, RjDj
  88. The Dark Lord of Broadband Tries to Fix Comcast's Image
  89. The Best Government Tech of the Bush Years
  90. White House Tech More Tired Than Wired
  91. Europe's Sexy New Satellite
  92. World's Fastest Car Goes Electric
  93. How to Replace Google Notebook and Move Your Data Elsewhere
  94. Gallery: Robotic Sub Installs Deep-Sea Webcam
  95. Air Travel Won't Suck in 2093
  96. FDA OKs First Human Trials of Embryonic Stem Cells
  97. Whistleblower: NSA Spied Using Wiretaps, Financial Info
  98. Pope Joins the YouTube Generation
  99. Tough, Beautiful Mountain Bike Begs to Be Abused
  100. Boxee Plans to Put Its Media Center Software Into a Hardware Device
  101. Everyone Wins in a Fiat-Chrysler Deal
  102. Addicted to Facebook? Your Phone Is Calling
  103. Feds Harpoon Alleged 'Narco Submarine' Crews
  104. Google Flaw May Turn Your Docs Into a Public Wiki
  105. Jan. 22, 1997: Heads Up, Lottie! It's Space Junk!
  106. Nero's LiquidPC Angers DVR Gods
  107. Obama Sides With Bush in Spy Case
  108. Top 5 Most Extreme Exoplanets
  109. Ungreen Energy's Human Costs
  110. As Congress Stalls, Air Traffic Creeps Closer to Gridlock
  111. Sony Forecasts First Annual Loss in 14 Years, Second Ever
  112. Is the Sony Vaio P a Netbook By Any Other Name?
  113. Visual FX Feast 'Benjamin Button' Leads Oscars with 13 Nods
  114. Microsoft to Slash 5,000 Jobs, Misses on Q2 Profit
  115. Robot Planes, Life-and-Death Choices Over Gaza
  116. New Spore Games Targets Kids, Wii Players
  117. Jan. 22, 1984: Dawn of the Mac
  118. Climate Change Killing America's Trees at Ever Faster Rates
  119. President Obama Still Has His BlackBerry in White House
  120. Video: Make Your Own USB Stick
  121. No, We Aren't Reporting Bad Health News About Steve Jobs
  122. Car of the Future Promised for October
  123. Burden of Proof: Spurned Scientists Vindicated
  124. Jan. 23, 1911: Science Academy Tells Marie Curie, 'Non'
  125. The Plot to Kill Google
  126. U.S. Approves Stem Cell Study for Spinal Injuries
  127. GM Promises a 40-mpg City Car And a Cadillac Volt
  128. A 42-mpg VW Diesel Roadster As Sexy As It Is Efficient
  129. Jan. 12, 1992 or 1997: HAL of a Computer
  130. Mazda Mini-Minivan Hauls Kids and Parks Tight
  131. Scott Brown Leads a Guided Tour of the Most Awesome Depression Ever
  132. HAL's Pals: Top 10 Evil Computers
  133. New Honda Hybrid Contender Challenges Champ Prius
  134. Video: Casio Digicam Shoots 1000 Frames Per Second
  135. Video: Surround Sound Headset Rattles the Brain
  136. $100 Studio-in-a-Box — Get on the Mic and Podcast
  137. Gadget Roundup: Innovation Is Back at CES 2009
  138. Top 11 Most Anticipated Games of 2009
  139. Why the Budget All-in-One Desktop Will Fail
  140. First Post-HP 'Pretexting' Charges Filed
  141. Intel Cash Register Knows Who You Are, What You Want
  142. Video: the Magic of Mushroom Spores
  143. Vicarious Vegas: On the Ground at CES 2009
  144. Hotel 747 Now Boarding
  145. How Video Will Save the Audio Star
  146. Army Assembles 'Mad Scientist' Conference. Really
  147. Obama Urges DTV Delay as Time, Money Runs Out
  148. Darpa Chief Staying On, for Now
  149. Online Threat to Kill Obama Leads to Arrest
  150. Detroit Auto Show a Leaner, Greener Affair
  151. Video: Wireless Power Energizes Many Devices
  152. U.N. Says 'No,' Climate Hackers Say, 'Yes We Can'
  153. Gaza War's New Front: Facebook
  154. Plug In to the World's Quietest Inaugural Parade
  155. Five Things Google Could Do To Save Newspapers
  156. Broadcasts To Mobile Devices To Start In 22 Cities
  157. Conceptual Interface is Controlled by Hand Gestures
  158. Burning Question: Why Are Faxes Still Around?
  159. Jan. 9, 1643: Astronomer Sees Ashen Light of Venus
  160. Record Like a Pro With USB Shout Stick
  161. Yo-Yo Ma Brings Remix Culture to Music's Ivory Tower
  162. How to Get Your Copy of Windows 7 on Friday
  163. Video: Finally, Guitar Hero-ic Game for Real Guitar
  164. Court: Inmate Cannot Sue U.S. for Copyright Infringement
  165. FDA to Consider Drugs From Genetically Modified Goats
  166. Palm Unveils New Smartphone With Web OS
  167. Hacking Godfather 'Maksik' Sentenced to 30 Years by Turkish Court
  168. Girl Talk's Gregg Gillis Lets It 'RiP' on Copyfight, Tour Vlogging
  169. Rising Heat a Serious Threat to World Food Supplies
  170. Self-Replicating Chemicals Evolve Into Lifelike Ecosystem
  171. Whining and Dining: Love, Mosquito Style
  172. Aviation Biofuels: More Hype Than Hope?
  173. Puny, Trendy Netbooks Grow Up to Suit Business Users
  174. Wage Cyberwar Against Hamas, Surrender Your PC
  175. Reinventing the VW Microbus for the Eco-Age
  176. Pentagon Wants Loving Chat-Bot to Calm Troops' Kids
  177. Video: Windows 7 Beta Unveiled at CES Keynote
  178. The Polaroid is Back -- In Digital (Shaking Still Pointless)
  179. Obama Still Fighting For His Right To Blackberry
  180. Jan. 8, 1790: Father Knows Best — Embrace Science
  181. Sporty BMW Pocket Truck Runs Errands in Style — for a Sticker-Shock Price
  182. Think Your Desktop Is Cluttered? Try World of Warcraft
  183. Viewer's Cut: Interactive Film Gives Editing Tools to You
  184. Microsoft Releases Windows 7 Beta as a Free Download
  185. Terror, Anthrax, Explosives and More in Free, Downloadable 'Counterterrorism Calendar'
  186. Garage Invention Turns Restaurants Into Power Plants
  187. Garage Invention Turns Restaurants Into Power Plants
  188. Pharmaceutical Love Potion: Not Yet...
  189. Backstage at CES 2009
  190. CES 2009: **** Tracy's Watch Becomes a Reality
  191. Felten, Fellow Tinkerers Predict $900 iPhone, Piracy Prosecutions
  192. Yo' Galaxy's Mama Is a Black Hole
  193. CES 2009: Gadgets to Expect at the Big Show
  194. Chip Kidd's Batman Fandom Gets Arty in 'Bat-Manga'
  195. Solar Electric Cars Invade Hollywood
  196. Terrorists Could Enlist '6-Legged Soldiers' in Bio-Attack
  197. Asus Shows a Tablet-Style Eee PC
  198. Obama's Presidential Limo? 'A Tank With Windows'
  199. Meade's ETX-LS Telescope: Astronomy for Dummies
  200. MSI's Super-Thin MacBook Air Killer Will Cost Just $700
  201. Jan. 7, 1851: Foucault's Pendulum Experiment
  202. Mr. Know-It-All: Human Guinea Pigs, Cremains in Orbit, Surveillance Video
  203. The Ultimate Flying Machine: Sexy as a Sports Car, Portable as a Jet Ski
  204. Twitter Hacker Says Admin Password Was 'Happiness'
  205. Bright Flash in Space Has No Earthly Explanation
  206. Air Force Releases 'Counter-Blog' Marching Orders
  207. Finally, No DRM in iTunes — What the New Deal Means
  208. Macworld Already a Bummer, With or Without Apple
  209. Pay-As-You-Go Airline Charges by the Minute
  210. Online Video-Sharing Sites Score Copyright Victory
  211. A Who's Who of Doctor Who
  212. Anatomy of a Scream: Bugging Out in 'The Unborn'
  213. Video: New 3-D Fly-Through of Supernova Remnant
  214. Liveblog: Macworld Expo 2009
  215. ITunes Rumored (Again) to Be Going DRM-Free
  216. Ex-eBay CEO Whitman To Run for California Governor
  217. 3 Cheap, Safe Ways to Destroy Deadly Explosives
  218. Air Traffic Control Towers Go From Bad to Worse
  219. Artifacts From the Future: Happy Meal 2013 — Vat-Grown Kobe Beef and Flintstones Ritalin
  220. Jan. 6, 1912: Birth of the Supreme Tech Skeptic
  221. Jobs' Health Message Makes Little Sense, Experts Say
  222. Judge: Warrantless-Eavesdrop Case Can Continue
  223. Lotus Targets Tesla With EV of Its Own
  224. Top 10 Scientific Breakthroughs of 2008
  225. Milky Way Now 50 Percent Larger, Astronomers Discover
  226. After an Agonizing Wait, Picasa for Mac Finally Arrives
  227. ****age Podcaster Camps Out for Jobs-less Apple Keynote
  228. TSA, JetBlue Paying $240,000 to Settle Discrimination Suit
  229. Top Internet Providers Cool to RIAA 3-Strikes Plan
  230. Pink Iguana That Darwin Missed Holds Evolutionary Surprise
  231. Rumor Roundup: What to Expect at Macworld Expo 2009
  232. Britney, Obama Twitter Feeds Hijacked After Phishing Attack
  233. Habitable Exoplanets Could Be Common in Our Galaxy
  234. What's Inside Raid? Watch Out, Kitty!
  235. Top 10 Things Launched Into Space in 2008
  236. Apple's Jobs Cites Hormone Imbalance for Weight Loss
  237. Cheap Thrills: Gadget Makers Bet on Budget Gear in 2009
  238. Jan. 5, 1972: Nixon OKs 'Low-Cost' Space Shuttle
  239. Top 10 Things Launched Into Space in 2008
  240. 10 Most Awesome iPhone Apps of 2008
  241. Apple Says Farewell to Macworld, Hello to the Big Time
  242. Toss Your Most Brilliant Product Ideas Into Ponoko.com's Fishbowl
  243. Wired.com's Top 10 Videos of 2008
  244. 25 Years of Mac: From Boxy Beige to Silver Sleek
  245. How to Linkbait Your Blog to Popularity
  246. 2008's Sexiest Geeks, as Voted by Wired.com Readers
  247. LittleBigPlanet Creator Talks About His Game
  248. Less Light = Milkier Way, Astronomers Say
  249. Predicting the Top Gaming Stories of 2009
  250. Twelve Elegant Examples of Evolution