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  1. Casual Fan's Guide to 'Doctor Who' Finale
  2. eBay'er Arrested for Attempting to Sell His Vote
  3. Court Orders YouTube to Fork Over Video Logs
  4. Prominent Mathemathicians Rebuke Recent Riemann Hypothesis Proof
  5. First Results From Messenger's Mercury Flyby
  6. EBay Abandons Plans For PayPal Monopoly
  7. Bavarian Police Can Legally Place Trojans On PCs
  8. Google Seeking "FriendRank" Patent
  9. Best Way To Get Back a Stolen Computer?
  10. The Privacy Paradox
  11. Irrigation Controller Stolen, Wirelessly Rescues Itself
  12. EBay Abandons Plans For PayPal Monopoly
  13. 12,000 Laptops Lost Weekly At Airports
  14. Poker Program Battles Humans In Vegas
  15. Freeze On US Solar Plant Applications Lifted
  16. France Seeks To Push 3-Strikes Law Across Europe
  17. Review of KOffice 2.0 Alpha 8 – On Windows
  18. OpenMoko In Stores On July 4
  19. Huge Lenses To Observe Dark Energy
  20. Wrist-Top Racer Switches From Trainer to Watch With Ease
  21. Transformer: Kayak Adjusts Its Shape to Go With Your Flow
  22. Titanium Frame Handles Any Cycling Terrain
  23. Sex Drive: How to Keep the Fireworks Going From Afar
  24. July 4, 1776: To Preserve, Protect and Defend ...
  25. From Foldup Kayaks to Swim Goggles, Wired Reviews the Hottest Summer Gear
  26. EBay Abandons Plans For PayPal Monopoly
  27. Analysis: NSA Spying Judge Defends Rule of Law, Congress Set to Strip His Power
  28. Einstein's Theory Passes Strict New Test
  29. What Is the Best Way To Disinfect Your Laptop?
  30. An App to Boil Down Online User Reviews
  31. U.S. Arms Dealer Tests Legal Bounds in Middle East Arms Bazaar
  32. 12,000 Laptops Lost Weekly At Airports
  33. Stage a Fireworks Show Safely
  34. Fireworks: Coming Soon to a Screen Near You
  35. Calorie Restriction Comes in a Pill
  36. Elf-Serving and Troll-Surfing in 'Too Human' Co-Op
  37. CO2 Pollution Could Erase Coral Reefs
  38. Latest Open Source Linux Phone on Sale July 4
  39. AOL Users Will Need to Pay $2 a Month For Phone Support
  40. Lt. Col. John Bircher Answers Your Questions
  41. 'Metal Gear Solid 4': The Spoiler-Filled Review
  42. Nerd Up: 'Hancock' Has Not-So-Super Formula
  43. 5 Great Interactive Museums to Visit this Summer
  44. Freeze On U.S. Solar Plant Applications Lifted
  45. Laugh at High Gas Prices With a 282-MPG VW
  46. Dial-Up Users "Don't Want Broadband"
  47. G8 Summit Aims To Kill International Piracy
  48. YouTube Must Give All User Histories To Viacom
  49. Analysis: Pending a Telecom Immunity Vote, Spy Ruling Lacks Muscle
  50. G8 Summit Aims To Kill International Piracy
  51. Wood Density May Explain Stradivarius Secret
  52. Firefox Breaks 8 Million, Gets Into Guinness
  53. Best Color Scheme For Coding, Easiest On the Eyes?
  54. YouTube Must Give All User Histories To Viacom
  55. The Microsoft Office Rental Program
  56. ISPs to Ban P2P With New European Telecom Package?
  57. New Map IDs the Core of the Human Brain
  58. First Images of Solar System's Invisible Frontier
  59. Google Releases Talk for the iPhone
  60. Is Today's Web Still 'the Web'?
  61. AVG Fakes User Agent, Floods the Internet
  62. Spies Want a Second Life of Their Own
  63. AVG Fakes User Agent, Floods the Internet
  64. Resistance to Broadband Runs Deep in US: Study
  65. Wood Density May Explain Stradivarius Secret
  66. Firefox Breaks 8 Million, Gets Into Guinness
  67. Best Color Scheme For Coding, Easiest On the Eyes
  68. YouTube Must Give All User Histories To Viacom
  69. The Microsoft Office Rental Program
  70. ISPs to Ban P2P With New European Telecom Package?
  71. July 3, 1999: Gobbling Up a 'Pac-Man' Record
  72. Gear Gallery: New Ultralights, Easy Wireless Speakers and a Snappy DSLR
  73. Expired-Tired-Wired
  74. New Map IDs the Core of the Human Brain
  75. Will the Real Hans Reiser Lawyer Please Stand Up?
  76. Synthetic Molecules Emulate Enzyme Behavior
  77. Intel Says to Prepare For "Thousands of Cores"
  78. Immune to Critics, Secret-Spilling Wikileaks Plans to Save Journalism From Itself
  79. How-To Wiki: How to Treat Beach Wounds
  80. Judge Orders YouTube to Give All User Histories to Viacom
  81. Solar Power From Home Curtains
  82. FTC Recruiting Identity Theft Victims
  83. U.S. Satellites Snooping on Iraqi Army
  84. Most Awesomely Bad Military Acronyms
  85. Asus Ultralight Stands in the Shadow of the MacBook Air
  86. First Images of Solar System's Invisible Frontier
  87. 5 Vulnerable Nodes in the Global Energy Network
  88. Preview: A Hilariously Gross Take on 'Grimm' Fairy Tales
  89. Researchers Modify T-Cells, Make Them HIV Resistant
  90. Intel Says to Prepare For "Thousands of Cores"
  91. 'South Park' Reveals 'Major Boobage' Magic
  92. Discovery of a "Flat" Atom Hailed as Quantum Computing Breakthrough
  93. Install Django and Build Your First App
  94. Amazon's EC2 Having Problems With Spam and Malware
  95. David Byrne Creates a Musical Building
  96. BurnLounge Crashes, Burns Promoter
  97. Dungeons and Desktops
  98. Using AI With GCC to Speed Up Mobile Design
  99. Privacy Policies Only as Good as the People Enforcing Them
  100. Who is Winning the Web Talent War
  101. Welcome to the Rotten Tech IPO Market
  102. Claimed Proof of Riemann Hypothesis
  103. ICQ Starts Blocking Alternative Clients
  104. Are SSD Really More Power Efficient?
  105. OMG Did U C What U R Paying 4 Texting?
  106. Bosses Delete Outspoken Army Blog
  107. Justice Dept To Investigate Google-Yahoo Deal
  108. Supplies of Rare Earth Elements Exhausted By 2017
  109. Supplies of Rare Earth Elements Exhaused By 2017
  110. The Scream Aliens Hear From the Earth
  111. A Video Tour of the MSI Wind and Other Netbooks
  112. NSFnet — 20 Years of Internet Obscurity and Insight
  113. Scott Brown's Nostalgorithm for Pop-Culture Sensations
  114. Race for Reservations Turns New York's Momofuku Ko Into Net Obsession
  115. July 2, 1937: Earhart Vanishes Over the Pacific
  116. Drive the World's Fastest Roads
  117. DNA Technology Posts Exponential Speed Increases
  118. Alt Text: Con Men Lose Their Cool in the E-Mail Era
  119. EPA Reaches Goal On Data Center Study
  120. Tainted Tie-Ins: Worst Movie Games Ever
  121. TV Viewers' Average Age Hits 50 Years Old
  122. How to Plan a Solar Eclipse Excursion
  123. Get Started Building Websites With Django
  124. Review: 'Trauma Center 2' Is Routine Surgery
  125. Lawyers to Judge: Hans Reiser May Be 'Mentally Incompetent'
  126. Review: Will Smith Saves the Day as Superhero Jerk in 'Hancock'
  127. Bands Divided Over MySpace Play-Count Boosters
  128. When the Band Hits the Fan: Musicians vs. Audience on YouTube
  129. Inside 'Neopets' Creators' Ambitious New MMO
  130. PC Repair In Texas Now Requires a PI License
  131. 9 Reasons Why Developers Think the CIO Is Clueless
  132. What Happens When You Reply To ALL of Your Spam
  133. No-Fail Identity Theft – Live and In Person
  134. Adobe Makes Flash Crawlable
  135. Former VP of HP Charged with IBM Trade-Secret Theft
  136. A Year of GPLv3
  137. Adopt-a-Star To Fund Research
  138. Apple, AT&T Reveal iPhone 3G Videos, Pricing Details
  139. Geomicroblogging, Buzzword or Reality?
  140. Expensive Books Inspire P2P Textbook Downloads
  141. UK Approves Human-Pig Embryo Stem-Cell Harvest
  142. Icahn: Blustery, Savvy Raider or Mediocre Investor?
  143. Non-Programming Jobs For a Computer Science Major?
  144. Ebay Fined $61M By French Court For Sales of Fake Goods
  145. Hey, Man, Shrooms Are Good for You
  146. No-Fail Identity Theft – Live and In Person
  147. Adobe, Google, Yahoo Alliance Makes Flash More Searchable
  148. Ebay Fined $61M By French Court For Sales of Fake Goods
  149. Purported ACTA Wishlist Would Put DMCA To Shame
  150. Roundest Object In the World Created
  151. A Grand Day Out For British Rocketman
  152. Roundest Object In the World Created
  153. Adobe Makes Flash Crawlable
  154. FBI Illegally Tapped Phone Phreaks In 1969
  155. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  156. Telecom Amnesty Foes On the Move
  157. Provider of Free Public Domain Music Re-Opens
  158. Mozilla Pitches Firefox 3.1 Alpha For July Release
  159. Playlist: Spaced Out Architecture, Troll 2 Fest, Futurama DVD
  160. How to See 93 Million Miles: Plan a Trip to a Total Solar Eclipse
  161. 15th Anniversary: 5 Things Wired Pronounced Dead Prematurely
  162. 150th Anniversary of Theory of Evolution
  163. FBI Illegally Tapped Phone Phreaks In 1969
  164. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  165. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  166. First Look: Intrepid Ibex Alpha Points to Ubuntu's Mobile Future
  167. Rating the Games-on-Demand Services
  168. Gene Editing Could Make Anyone Immune to AIDS
  169. Telecom Amnesty Foes Lobby Obama Using Obama Tech
  170. Minnesota Pays Video Game Industry $65K In Fees
  171. Some Developers Leaving Google For Microsoft
  172. Netflix Changes Its Mind, Will Keep Profiles Feature
  173. RIAA 'Making Available' Argument: File Sharers 'Freeload'
  174. What's Inside a Camera? Saw It In Half and See
  175. Algorithm Names Powell 'Ideal' Vice President Candidate
  176. How to Get a Copy of Windows XP Even Though it's 'Dead'
  177. Microsoft Releases Pre-2007 Binary File Format Specs
  178. What Do You Want On Future Browsers?
  179. LugRadio Decides To Call It Quits
  180. Preview: 'Too Human' Is Over in 10 Short Hours
  181. LugRadio Decides To Call It Quits
  182. Google Apps Hacks
  183. FBI's New Eye Scan Database Raising Eyebrows
  184. Review of Das Keyboard
  185. RMS and Clipperz Promoting Freedom In the Cloud
  186. Brightnets are Owner Free File Systems
  187. Rhapsody Moves Music Sales to Online MP3 Format
  188. RMS and Clipperz Promoting Freedom In the Cloud
  189. If You Want Windows XP, Better Buy it Today
  190. Here's the Lowdown on PS3's Big Firmware Update
  191. What NAS To Buy?
  192. Apple Laptop Upgrades Costing 200% More Than Dells
  193. Brightnets are Owner Free File Systems
  194. Encrypted Traffic No Longer Safe From Throttling
  195. Tech Giants Pooling Cash To Buy Patents
  196. iPhone App Enables GSM To WiFi/VoIP Switching
  197. Game|Life Episode 20: Games on Demand
  198. Video: Lab-Grown Meat's Tough to Swallow
  199. Wired.com Photo Contest: Food
  200. June 30, 1908: A Very Close Encounter of the Second Kind
  201. Games Without Frontiers: 'Space Invaders' Remake Takes Retro Gaming to the Limit
  202. Gallery: Top 10 Wired.com Readers' Square Photos, Decided by You
  203. Gallery: Top 10 Wired Square Photos, Decided by Us
  204. Beating Comcast's Sandvine On Linux With Iptables
  205. Researchers Make Noise About Aztec Whistles of Death
  206. Your Online Profile Actually Tells a Lot About You
  207. Fresh Air For Windows?
  208. Some Proof That Marijuana Is a Powerful Medicine
  209. Coming Soon: The Real McFly 2015 Sneakers
  210. 40 Years After Carterphone Ended AT&T Equipment Monopoly
  211. Dead at 92, Business Computing Pioneer David Caminer
  212. ICANN Gets Pwned
  213. A Video Game To Teach AP Level Immunology
  214. Cell Phones Tracking Nightlife Activity
  215. 'Doctor Who' Cliffhanger Teases Endless Possibilities
  216. Secrets of 'Wanted''s Insane On-Screen Action
  217. Magazine Photos Fool Age-verification Cameras
  218. Cocoa-Like JavaScript Framework Announced
  219. Al-Qaeda's Growing Online Offensive
  220. Cancer Resistance Technique Moves To Human Trials
  221. Persistent Terminals For a Dedicated Computing Box?
  222. Al-Qaeda's Growing Online Offensive
  223. The Future Has a Kill Switch
  224. GoDaddy VP Caught Bidding Against Customers
  225. Casting Doubt On the Hawkeye Ball-Calling System
  226. Blizzard Introduces One-Time Password Devices For WoW
  227. Bilzzard Introduces One-Time Password Devices For WoW
  228. Ares V Rocket Bigger and Stronger For Moon Mission
  229. Casting Doubt On the Hawkeye Ball-Calling System
  230. UNKLE Goes Widescreen, Remixes 'X-Files'
  231. MS To Become Open Source Friendly Post Gates
  232. California Wildfires Threaten Public Health
  233. Prescription Meds: Rock's New Drug of Choice?
  234. Netgear Launches Open Source-Friendly Wireless Router
  235. The Interactive Linux Kernel Map
  236. IRobot Looj Gutter Cleaning Robot Review
  237. Thinking of Security Vulnerabilities As Defects
  238. 'Mr. Clock Radio' Wakes Up the Horror
  239. Can Miracle Material Stop Radiation?
  240. What Happened To Palm?
  241. Scientists: Atom Smasher Won't Spawn Scary Black Holes
  242. Working With 2 ISPs For Home Networking?
  243. US To Get EU Private Citizen Data
  244. NASA to Launch Solar Sail
  245. MPAA Scores First P2P Jury Conviction
  246. Alfresco-Adobe Pact Continues To Strengthen Open Source
  247. Another Inventor of the Internet Wants To Gag It
  248. US To Get EU Private Citizen Data
  249. Text-Messaging Behind the Wheel
  250. Studies Show the Value of Not Overthinking