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  1. Nation's Spies Say Climate Change Could Spark War
  2. DNA Testing Company Stops Internet Sales in California
  3. Bizarre Properties of Glass Allow Creation of "Metallic Glass"
  4. What Does It Mean To Be an Open Source Author?
  5. Submit Your Best UFO Pics
  6. Android Phones Delayed
  7. Android Phones Delayed
  8. Tru64 Unix Advanced File System (AdvFS) Now GPL
  9. The Beginnings of a TLD Free-For-All?
  10. Report: Beatles Eye 'Rock Band,' 'Guitar Hero'
  11. The Principles of Project Management
  12. DOJ To Oversee Windows 7 Development
  13. Whatever Happened To AI?
  14. Twitter As a Campaigning Tool
  15. Romenesko and the Dawning of Fact-Free Journalism
  16. MySpace's Melting Makes Murdoch Mad
  17. Bell Canada Ordered To Justify Traffic-Shaping Practices
  18. First Image of Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
  19. George Carlin Dies at 71
  20. Why the LHC Won't Destroy the World
  21. George Carlin Dead of Heart Failure
  22. Multiple Security Holes In Ruby 1.8, 1.9
  23. Sun's Java Will Be Free This Year
  24. Regulatory Deadline Looms over DNA Testers
  25. Multitasking Considered Detrimental
  26. June 23, 1983: DNS Test Sets Stage for Internet Growth
  27. Chrysler Brings 'Infobahn' to Autobahn
  28. ICANN Asked To Shut Down "Worst" Chinese Registrar
  29. The Life and Times of Buckminster Fuller
  30. Console Makers Open Doors to Indie Game Designers
  31. Brain Drainer Puts Audience to Sleep With Music
  32. Water Ice On Mars
  33. Non-Compete Pacts Called Bad For Tech Innovation
  34. Georgia's New State Health Plan Is Google
  35. 'Cinematic Titanic' Makes Hot Hollywood Debut
  36. Atari Tries To Supress Bad Reviews, Claims Piracy
  37. NASA Hopes for Microbe-Friendly Mars
  38. Galaxy Zoo Produces a Rare Specimen
  39. Harvard Docs Uncover New Clue in Alzheimer's Battle
  40. GlaxoSmithKline Goes Open Source on Cancer Info
  41. NASA Launches Satellite To Monitor Oceans
  42. Blogger Launches 'Google Bomb' At McCain
  43. SSL Encryption Coming To The Pirate Bay
  44. TV and Movies On YouTube?
  45. Fingerprints Recoverable From Cleaned Metal
  46. Return of the '70s Microsoft Weirdos
  47. Enforcing the GPL On Software Companies?
  48. Montreal's Public Bikes To Use Web, RFID, Solar
  49. Twilight Hack Defeats Wii Menu Update 3.3
  50. A Cautionary Tale of Open Source Social Technologies
  51. 'Modern' Computers Turn 60 Years Old
  52. Super Antennas, Made From Invisible Stuff
  53. Microcontrollers Made Easy for Hardware Hackers
  54. Scientists: Did Ice on Mars Ever Melt?
  55. Digital Models Not Subject To Copyright
  56. Critics Blast Pending Clean Air Rule
  57. DIY Solar Resources?
  58. Safari "Carpet Bomb" Attack Still a Risk
  59. Pasture of Muppets: Inside the Metallica Reviews Scandal
  60. Sandvine CEO Says Internet Monitoring a Necessity
  61. Scientists: Did Ice on Mars Ever Melt?
  62. Hotmail Full Version Incompatible With Firefox 3
  63. House Votes For Telco Immunity; Obama Will Support?
  64. Studies Confirm That Bad Boys Get More Girls
  65. Building the Green Data Center
  66. 'Modern' Computers Turn 60 Years Old
  67. O'Reilly To Release DRM-free Ebooks In July
  68. Student Faces 38 Years In Prison For Hacking Grades
  69. Stephen Hawking Turned Down Knighthood
  70. Law Profs File Friend-of-Court Brief Against RIAA
  71. ISPs Experimenting With New P2P Controls
  72. What RSS Feeds Do You Use?
  73. Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars
  74. US House Approves Over $300 Million For Science Agencies
  75. Comparing Firefox 3 With Opera 9.5 On Linux
  76. Video: Watch Fire Researchers Torch Homes, Offices and Warehouses
  77. Photographer Documents Secret Satellites -- All 189 of Them
  78. Doubts Over Intel's WiMAX Service Pricing Claim
  79. How to Snap Killer Candids
  80. Review: 'Descent' Delivers Simple, Dungeon-Crawling Fun
  81. NVIDIA To Enable PhysX For Full Line of GPUs
  82. Google Trends Adds Site Comparison Feature
  83. Mars Ice FAQ: How Do You Know It's Water?
  84. ISPs Experimenting With New P2P Controls
  85. Citibank Replaces Some ATM Cards After Online PIN Heist
  86. Spoof Yahoo Resignation Letter Lets You Tell 'Em
  87. Oh Hai! Icahn Haz a Blog? LOLWUT?
  88. Light-Emitting Particles Yield Faster Computing
  89. Clarinet Wins Robotic Orchestra Competition
  90. ICANN to Add Anti Front Running Charge?
  91. MPAA Says No Proof Needed in Copyright Infringement Lawsuits
  92. Review: Samsung Instinct Gives iPhone a Run for Its Money
  93. Best Way To Store Digital Video For 20 Years
  94. Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security
  95. Foundations of Mac OS X Leopard Security
  96. House Grants Telecom Amnesty, Expands Spying Powers
  97. Hurry Up and Wait for Clean Jet Fuel
  98. Supercomputing Power Hits the Desktop, Minus the Software
  99. Northrop Grumman To Develop Brain-Wave Binoculars
  100. Fastest-Ever Flashgun Captures Image of Light Wave
  101. Bill Gates Reveals Secret of Microsoft's Success
  102. FISA Bill Vote Today, With Telco Immunity
  103. Red Hat Open-Sources RHN As "Spacewalk"
  104. Airports Slowly Greening Up
  105. Mark Zuckerberg, Inventor
  106. Best Electronics Kits For Adults?
  107. 3 More Yahoo Execs Reportedly Jumping Ship
  108. Microsoft Spokesman Says ODF "Clearly Won" Standard War
  109. Electronic Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Senate Bill
  110. Online Transaction Reporting Slipped Into Housing Bill
  111. Via Debuts Mini-ITX 2.0
  112. UK Games Industry Over the Hill?
  113. Internet Pirates In France To Lose Broadband
  114. Sex Drive: Boyfriend X Misses the Mark
  115. June 20, 1840: A Simple Matter of Dots and Dashes
  116. How to Make a Presentation Like Al Gore
  117. Gallery: Mechanical Marvels Hide in Plain Sight
  118. Gallery: Auto Test Tracks Revealed From Above
  119. China Says There's No Antitrust Probe On Microsoft
  120. Wikipedia's Content Ripped Off More Egregiously Than Usual
  121. Probable Water Ice Sighted On Mars
  122. Phoenix Lander Finds Water Ice on Mars
  123. Bloggers Get Obama Accuser Hauled Off in Handcuffs
  124. Carbon Footprint Be Damned, the Cannonball Run Is Back
  125. Paris Hilton Parody Curbs 'WoW' Gold Inflation
  126. Nokia's Cellphone Anthropologist
  127. Drupal's Creator Envisions Web Publishing's Plug-and-Play Future
  128. AMD's New Card Supports Linux From the Get-Go
  129. Darpa Chief Slams Pentagon's 'No Accountability' Money Men
  130. A Day After 'Launch,' Major-Label Tunes Scarce on Qtrax
  131. Wikipedia's Content Ripped Off More Egregiously Than Usual
  132. Trees' Leaves Grow At a Cool 70° All Over the World
  133. Dems Agree to Expand Domestic Spying, Grant Telecoms Amnesty
  134. Revitalizing an Aging Notebook On the Cheap
  135. Hybrid in Limbo, Porsche Builds a Diesel
  136. 5 Storage Technologies We Won't Miss
  137. New FISA Bill Would Grant Telcoms Immunity; Vote Is Tomorrow
  138. Tron Guy Takes Flight in Custom-Designed Aircraft
  139. New FISA Bill Would Grant Telcoms Immunity; Vote Is Tomorrow
  140. Safeguarding Data From Big Brother Sven?
  141. IcedTea's OpenJDK Passes Java Test Compatibility Kit
  142. Hey, Einstein, How Smart Are You, Anyway?
  143. 1 In 3 Sysadmins Snoop On Colleagues
  144. "Intrepid" Supercomputer Fastest In the World
  145. Guide to DIY Wiretapping
  146. Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief
  147. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  148. Helping Some Students May Harm High Achievers
  149. Man Fired When Laptop Malware Downloaded ****
  150. ITunes Music Store: Over Five Billion Songs Served
  151. 'Intrepid' Supercomputer Fastest In the World
  152. Ousted Air Force Secretary Looks Back in Cyber
  153. Confessions of a Wi-Fi Thief
  154. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  155. OpenSUSE 11.0 Released
  156. Federal Court Upholds Privacy Rights of Office Texters
  157. McCain Backs Nuclear Power
  158. Yahoo Revives 'Rocketmail', Adds 'Ymail' To Expand E-Mail Pool
  159. Netflix To Eliminate Profiles Feature
  160. Helping Some Students May Harm High Achievers
  161. Experts Fight Disease With Climate Forecasts
  162. Robotic Aircraft To Supply Troops
  163. How To Clean Up Incorrect Geolocation Information?
  164. June 19, 240 B.C.: The Earth Is Round, and It's This Big
  165. How To Clean Up Incorrect Geolocation Information
  166. Digital TV Foreshadows Erosion of Net Rights
  167. Regulators Take Aim at Infant DNA-Testing Industry
  168. Professors Siding With Jammie Thomas in RIAA Case
  169. Gear Gallery: Flip-Top Cams, RC Cars and Pocket Printers
  170. A Few Firefox 3 Followups
  171. No Mocha For Me, Thanks. I've Gotta Buy Gas
  172. Citibank ATM Server Allegedly Hacked, Leading to Cash Machine Crime Spree
  173. Report: NebuAd Forges Packets, Violates Net Standards
  174. Why Are the Best and Brightest Not Flooding DARPA?
  175. Mac OS X Root Escalation Through AppleScript
  176. Darpa Brain Drain Costs Agency $32 Million
  177. A Few Firefox 3 Followups
  178. Review: 'Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard' Brings Back That Old-School Masochism
  179. How Fast Is Your Browser? Find Out With Webmonkey's Stopwatch
  180. Flickr Founders Flee Yahoo
  181. Reddit Embraces Transparency, Gives Away Source Code
  182. MySpace's New Look Helps Quell the Clutter
  183. Ka-Ching: LinkedIn VC Investment Implies $1 Billion Value
  184. Wiretapping Bill Passes Swedish Parliament, 143 to 138
  185. Register, Others Call Plagiarism in "Limbo of the Lost" Game
  186. Firefox 3 Racks Up 8 Million Downloads on Its First Day
  187. How to Shoot Awesome Black-and-White Photos
  188. The Tiger Effect and Internet DDoS
  189. Robotic Navi-Bear as Annoying as It Is Cute
  190. Bell, SuperMicro Sued Over GPL
  191. Oldest Computer Music Unveiled
  192. Kid Rock: Steal This Song
  193. Understanding Privacy
  194. Professional Techniques for Video Game Writing
  195. $50 to Get XP On a New Dell
  196. IP Traffic To 'Double' Every Two Years
  197. Mozilla Outage On Firefox 3 Record Launch Day
  198. Replacement For Aging Doppler Radar Being Tested
  199. $50 to Get XP On a New Dell
  200. China's Water Problems Reach Olympian Proportions
  201. China Launches Antitrust Probe Vs. Microsoft
  202. Inside the Internet Archives
  203. Verizon Adds 10 States to 50 MB FiOS Rollout
  204. Computer Scientists Scour Your Holiday Photos
  205. LinkedIn Connects To $1 Billion Valuation
  206. IP Traffic To 'Double' Every Two Years
  207. Mozilla Outage On Firefox 3 Record Launch Day
  208. Wikileaks Gets Hold of Counterinsurgency Manual
  209. Replacement For Aging Doppler Radar Being Tested
  210. All Your Coffee Are Belong To Us
  211. June 18, 1178: English Monks Observe 'Lunar' Explosion
  212. How to Fix Your Broken NES
  213. Alt Text: Killjoy Cooking With the Dungeons & Dragons Crowd
  214. Indefinite Imprisonment For Web Site Content
  215. Gallery: 10 Best Apocalyptic Vehicles
  216. Pimp My Datacenter
  217. RIAA Defends Refiling Contested Piracy Case With New Judge
  218. 'Red Paperclip' Guy Is Ready to Trade His House
  219. BMW Brings Back the M1 Supercar
  220. Fan Demand Resuscitates 'You Suck at Photoshop'
  221. Review: A Week of Filming With the Flip Mino Reveals Some Flaws
  222. Understanding Privacy
  223. Its Back Against the Wall, Airline Industry Looks to Come Clean
  224. Video: New Zealand's Band of Robots
  225. The Impact of Low Salaries At Apple
  226. Philadelphia's Wi-Fi Back Online, Privately
  227. Firefox Demand Exceeds Supply as Mozilla's Servers Melt Down
  228. Mass Effect DRM Still Causing Issues
  229. California Cracks Down on DNA-Testing Startups
  230. California Cracks Down On Genetic Testing
  231. PhD Research On Software Design Principles?
  232. FCC Revises Broadband Penetration Metrics
  233. 'Metal Gear Solid 4' and the Marriage of Movies and Games
  234. Attention, California Health Dept.: My DNA is My Data
  235. California Pushes Back on DNA Testing
  236. US Court Disconnects Canadian Domain Name Scammers
  237. http://news.wired.com/dynamic/stories/G/GENETIC_TESTING_CRACKDOWN?SITE=WIRE&SECTION=HOME&T EMPLATE=DEFAULT
  238. Anatomy of a Runaway Project
  239. Wine 1.0 — Uncorked After 15 Years
  240. UCITA By the Back Door
  241. Studio Head Answers Your Questions About the Movie Business
  242. Firefox Download Day To Start At 1 p.m. EST
  243. Wiretapping Law Sparks Rage In Sweden
  244. N-Prize Founder Paul Dear Talks Prizes For Nanosat Race
  245. Data Center Designers In High Demand
  246. AP To Meet with Bloggers Over Guidelines
  247. Ludacris Encourages Talent to Phone It In
  248. Even Before Memex, a Plan For a Networked World
  249. R2-D2 Monitors Your Web Servers
  250. Computer Art For a CS Dept Office?