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  1. Windows XP Lives, Thanks to Linux
  2. Wikia Search Upgrades Get Closer
  3. Astronomers Make Largest-Ever Image of Milky Way
  4. Japanese iPhone Carrier Announced
  5. Sun Adding Flash Storage to Most of Its Servers
  6. Google Releases Desktop Gadgets for Linux
  7. Kurzweil on the Future
  8. AMD Rolls the Dice on Turion Laptop Chip
  9. Report Fingers 'Dangerous' Web Domains
  10. McAfee Picks the Most Dangerous TLDs
  11. Wikia Search Upgrades Get Closer
  12. Barack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  13. Google Releases Desktop Gadgets for Linux
  14. Kurzweil on the Future
  15. Barack Obama Wins Democratic Nomination
  16. Open Source Cities Followup — Munich Yea, Vienna Nay
  17. Does Antimatter Fall Up Or Down?
  18. The One-Use, Self-Destructing DVD Returns
  19. The One-Use, Self-Destructing DVD Returns
  20. Obama, Propelled by the Net, Wins Democratic Nomination
  21. Microsoft Free, One Year Later
  22. Microsoft Free, One Year Later
  23. June 4, 1942: Naval Warfare Evolves as the Tide Turns
  24. Alt Text: Secrets of the 7 Basic Blog Posts
  25. Spitzer's 5-Gigapixel Milky Way
  26. Long-Promised, Voice Commands Are Finally Going Mainstream
  27. NVIDIA Enters the Mobile CPU Market
  28. How to Build a $150 Linux PC
  29. Route of Control: 5 802.11N Routers Tested and Rated
  30. McCain: I'd Spy on Americans Secretly, Too!
  31. GM Finally Admits SUVs Are a Dead-End
  32. Bill Gates's Last Speech
  33. Brian Aker On the Future of Databases
  34. Review: 'Ninja Gaiden II' Gets Combat Right, Everything Else Wrong
  35. Show Wired.com Your Favorite Drive-In Theater
  36. Website Lets You Send a Post-Rapture E-Mail to Friends 'Left Behind'
  37. Texas Governor As E3 Keynote Speaker Causes Strife
  38. Crash Leaves Biodiesel Boat Limping Across the Pacific
  39. Band Premieres Album on Internet Jukeboxes
  40. Bacteria Found Alive In Ice 120,000 Years Old
  41. Intel's Atom — First Benchmarks and a Full PC Review
  42. Microsoft Offered $40 a Share For Yahoo
  43. Microsoft Vows to Keep Windows XP Alive for 'Nettops'
  44. Comcast Beginning 'Net Neutrality' Testing
  45. Wikia Search Launches Wikipedia-Style Search Engine
  46. Intel's Latest Chip Touts Low Price Over High Speed
  47. Army: Sun, Not Man, Is Causing Climate Change
  48. New Superconductor Found "Immune To Magnetism"
  49. Next-Gen JavaScript Interpreter Speeds Up WebKit
  50. Video: Sony Leans on User-Generated Content for E3
  51. GPLv3's Implications Hitting Home For Lawyers
  52. Inside the TRS-80 Model 100
  53. How Yahoo's 'Scorched Earth' Strategy Helped Scuttle Deal
  54. Search For RMS Titanic Was a Cover Story
  55. Surgeons Aided by Kennedy's Decision to Remain Awake
  56. IEEE Special Report On the Singularity
  57. Intel's Atom — First benchmarks and a Full PC Review
  58. Microsoft May Have Balked at Yahoo Severance Demands
  59. Asus Adds Juice to Give Its New Laptops More Kick
  60. Transforming Social Networking Into Social Activism
  61. Ask a Studio Head How To Get Into the Movie Business
  62. Firefox Appears Ready to Crack 20% Share Next Month
  63. Schneier Asks Why We Accept Fax Signatures
  64. Intel's Atom - First benchmarks and a Full PC Review
  65. Time Warner Cable Tries Metering Internet Use
  66. Leaning Tower of Pisa Secure For 300 More Years
  67. Twitter Not Rocket Science, but Still a Work in Progress
  68. Leaning Tower of Pisa Secure For 300 More Years
  69. Behind the Scenes At Sony's NOC
  70. Researchers Simplify Quantum Cryptography
  71. Wired.com Photo Contest: Summer
  72. Top 10 Wired Water Photos, Decided by Us
  73. June 3, 1657: William Harvey Taken Out of Circulation
  74. Senate Begins Largely Symbolic Climate-Change Debate
  75. Nominations Opened For "Most Likely to be Shut Down By Government"
  76. Review: 'Enemy Territory: Quake Wars' Lacks Originality
  77. Google to Offer Real-Time Stock Quotes
  78. Killer Gamer Asks, 'Where Have All the Bodies Gone?'
  79. GeekDad Contest: Parent-Child D&D Portraits
  80. Readers Pick Top 10 Water Photos
  81. How to Promote Your Band on MySpace
  82. 'Cloverfield' Director Talks Creature Sequels, Suburban Bank Robbers
  83. Smart Phones "Bigger Security Risk" Than Laptops
  84. Airline Industry Begs for Help in its Fight to Survive
  85. Online News Service Sued for Releasing Financial Report Three Minutes Early
  86. goosh, the Unofficial Google Shell
  87. Stein Flick Expelled Wins Right to Lennon's 'Imagine'
  88. Ghostly Ring Found Circling Dead Star
  89. Microsoft Linking Silverlight, Ruby on Rails
  90. Stein Flick Expelled Wins Right to Lennon's 'Imagine'
  91. Dancing Micro-Robots Waltz on a Pin's Head
  92. Audi Bringing Biodiesel to Le Mans
  93. Twitter Not Rocket Science, but Still a Work in Progress
  94. Nominations Opened For "Most Likely to be Shut Down By Government"
  95. Toshiba Going After Blu-ray?
  96. World Sci Fest: Youth Pills, Future Cities and Oliver Sacks' Hallucinations
  97. New Spy Cam Software Blurs the Faces of the Innocent
  98. Adobe Dives Into the Online Office Fray With New Webware Suite
  99. Shuttle Launch Pad Damaged During Discovery's Launch
  100. Phoenix Landing Rockets May Have Already Uncovered First Ice Sample
  101. Scientists Build Mind-Reading Computer
  102. Sci-Fi Channel Merging TV Show with MMO
  103. MediaDefender Defends Revision3 SYN Attack
  104. Hiding Packets in VoIP Chat
  105. Building a Miniature Magnetic Earth
  106. RedOffice 4.0 Beta Updates OpenOffice UI
  107. Mobile Me: What a New .Mac Might Mean for the iPhone
  108. OCZ's Brain Mouse Hits the Store
  109. nVidia Preview 'Tegra' MID Platform
  110. Building a Miniature Magnetic Earth
  111. Microsoft Live Search to be HP PC Default
  112. Toshiba Going After Blu-Ray?
  113. Bye Bye Bananas — the Return of Panama Disease
  114. A Home Lab/Shop For Kids?
  115. RedOffice 4.0 Beta Updates OpenOffice UI
  116. Adobe Unveils Flash-Enabled Acrobat 9
  117. Canadian Group Files Facebook Privacy Complaint
  118. Explosion At ThePlanet Datacenter Drops 9,000 Servers
  119. Bye Bye Bananas — the Return of Panama Disease
  120. An Imaginative Use For CCTVs
  121. June 2, 1883: The 'L' Comes to Chicago ... Indoors
  122. Graphics Chips Gun for Supremacy in Silicon Showdown
  123. 8 Best: Non-Wikipedia Pedias
  124. China's All-Seeing Eye
  125. Denmark Becomes Fourth Nation To Protest OOXML
  126. Gallery: The World's Most Impressive Subways
  127. A Home Lab/Shop For Kids?
  128. Fear and Loathing in Web Coverage of the DNC's Rules Debate
  129. Why BitTorrent Causes Latency and How To Fix It
  130. What Does It Mean to Be Human?
  131. Never Say Never to Mac-Based Electro-Funk
  132. Huge Leap Forward In Robotic Limb Replacement
  133. Japanese Websites Make Suicide a Breeze
  134. MediaDefender Explains Itself
  135. Congress Debate on Climate Change Centers on Costs
  136. Canada Investigates Facebook's Alleged Privacy Violations
  137. First Look: J.J. Abrams' Fringe
  138. H-1B Foes Challenge Bush Administration In Court
  139. Explosion At ThePlanet Datacenter Drops 9,000 Servers
  140. What Could You Do With a Bogus Root Name Server?
  141. The Neuroscience of Illusions and Dictionaries
  142. Microsoft Pushes Devs With Wider IE8 Beta
  143. Bell Canada Official Speaks Out On Throttling
  144. Elonex ONE Subnotebook Shows Right Path For Linux
  145. Moving Between Countries?
  146. Obama Campaign Seeks LAMP Developers
  147. Moving Between Countries?
  148. Pringles Can Designer Dies, Buried In a Pringles Can
  149. China's Cyber-Militia
  150. Microsoft Urges Windows Users To Shun Safari
  151. Wanna Harvest Power from the Sea? You'll Have to Test It Here First
  152. MagLev, Ruby VM on Gemstone OODB, Wows RailsConf
  153. £10 Battery Upgrade For UK Eee PC 900 Owners
  154. Inside the Tech of the Roku Netflix Player
  155. Intel & Micron Show 34-nm, 32-Gbit Flash Memory Chip
  156. Five People Who'll Make You Feel Good About the Future
  157. Prince DMCAs YouTube To Block Radiohead Song
  158. Stonehenge As a Royal Family's Burial Site
  159. Hacker Changes News on Mars Lander's Website
  160. Why Are Senior Female Scientists So Heavily Outnumbered by Men?
  161. Democrats' FlipperTV Fuels Anti-McCain Mash-ups Online
  162. China's Cyber-Militia
  163. FCC To Hold Hearings On Early Termination Fees
  164. Study: Bone Loss Drug Fights Spread of Breast Cancer
  165. The Persistence of Vision: A Story of Freakish Perception
  166. Supercomputer Built With 8 GPUs
  167. Google Accidently Revealed As eBay Critic
  168. Is 'Corporate Citizen' an Oxymoron?
  169. Is 'Corporate Citizen' An Oxymoron?
  170. Full Disclosure and Why Vendors Hate It
  171. MIT Develops "Paper Towel" For Oil Spills
  172. Microsoft Urges Windows Users To Shun Safari
  173. Motley Crue Single Does Better On Rock Band
  174. Microsoft Urges Windows Users to Shun Safari
  175. A Look At the Workings of Google's Data Centers
  176. Bank of NY Loses Tapes With 4.5 Million Clients' Data
  177. Class Action Suit Against Bell For Throttling
  178. What the CIA Learned From Get Smart
  179. Philip K. ****'s 'Ubik' To Be Filmed
  180. Satellite TV Hacker Tells His Story
  181. Plastic Shield Protects Your TV From Your Wii
  182. Japan's Hotshot Game Designers Bet on Indie Gore
  183. Q&A: Exclusive Interview With the Phoenix Mars Lander
  184. Video: Smart Card Hacker's Tools Include Acid, Red Nail Polish
  185. Phoenix Mars Lander Deploys Robotic Arm, Possibly Finds Ice
  186. Seagate Announces First SSD, 2TB HDD
  187. Novell's Linux Business Takes a Seat At the Grown-Up Table
  188. D-Link MediaLounge Extender — Like Apple TV For Windows PC
  189. '90s Dot-Coms — Where Are They Now?
  190. Blacktop Gets Greener
  191. Apple Bans ****s From Stores for Downloading iPhone Game
  192. From the Eye of a Legal Storm, Murdoch's Satellite-TV Hacker Tells All
  193. India Third to Appeal ISO's OOXML Approval
  194. Apple Core Stops Selling Apple TV Hacking Dongle
  195. Condi Hooks Up With KISS — In Sweden, No Less
  196. Comcast Is Hiring an Internet Snoop for the Feds
  197. gNewSense Distro Frees Ubuntu
  198. More Rapper Excess: A Seinfeld Mixtape?
  199. Motley Crue Single Does Better on Rock Band
  200. Neuroscientist: Poetry Comes From Synesthesia, Tree-Climbing
  201. Brazil's Remote Amazon Tribes Besieged by Modernity
  202. Review: Book Defends 'This Gaming Life'
  203. Did Hackers Cause the 2003 Northeast Blackout? Umm, No
  204. Gartner Reveals Top 10 Technologies For Next Four Years
  205. Risky Netflix Strategy Has Investors Twitchy
  206. Google Earth, Now With Browser Goodness
  207. How the Ideas and Events of 1993 Created the World We Live in Today
  208. Next Prince of Persia Game Promises Fresh Start
  209. Novell's Linux Business Takes a Seat At the Grown-Up Table
  210. RIM In Trouble For Not Violating Privacy
  211. Previously Uncontacted Amazon Tribe Photographed
  212. Network Measurement Tool Detects Reset Packets
  213. Dell Shows Off Its Eee PC Rival
  214. Previously Uncontacted Amazon Tribe Photographed
  215. 90s Dot-Coms — Where Are They Now?
  216. Prototype EU Airplane Spy Cams Watch For Facecrime
  217. Asia, Notebooks Boost Dell Q1, But Is Uplift a Fluke or Trend?
  218. Network Measurement Tool Detect Reset Packets
  219. Comcast Briefly Loses Control of Its Domain Name
  220. Microsoft Acknowledges Open Source As a Bigger Threat Than Google
  221. DoE Announces 'L Prize' For Solid-State Lighting
  222. Net Neutrality Bill Introduced In Canadian Parliament
  223. NASA Selects Inexpensive Space Project Candidates
  224. May 30, 1898: Krypton Discovered, Decades Before Superman Arrives
  225. Is There Any Country That Doesn't Have a Space Program?
  226. Clive Thompson on How Man-Made Noise May Be Altering Earth's Ecology
  227. Judge Refuses To Sign RIAA 'Ex Parte' Order
  228. Android Comes to Life: Video, Pics of Google's iPhone Challenger
  229. Comcast Hijackers Say They Warned the Company First
  230. Making Renewable, Carbon-Neutral Gasoline ... From Algae
  231. Programming As a Part of a Science Education?
  232. FCC Pitches Free, Bowdlerized Wireless Internet Access
  233. Automate Your Home With Open-Source Software
  234. Waterproof Gadgets for Summer Fun
  235. Game Technology Helps Drive Military Training
  236. Prosthetic Robot Arm Wows the Crowd
  237. Comcast.net Hijacked, Redirected
  238. Military Recruits Thousands More Warbots for New Unmanned Surge
  239. FCC Pitches Free, Bowlderized Wireless Internet Access
  240. MediaDefender's BitTorrent-Based DOS Takes Down Revision3
  241. The Dawn of Free Internet Access?
  242. http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/05/in-december-aft.html
  243. Brazil Appeals OOXML Decision
  244. Custom-Built Gaming PC Performs Like a Ferrari, Sounds Like a Mack Truck
  245. New Report Reveals Huge Variation Between Cities' Carbon Footprints
  246. Thanks for Nothing: Fans Rip Metallica a New One
  247. Ancient Martian Ocean Would Have Been Salty 'Dead Sea'
  248. NYTimes Speculates On the Next iPhone
  249. SoCal Selene Group Drops Google Lunar X Prize Bid
  250. Ancient Martian Ocean Would Have Been Salty 'Dead Sea'