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  1. New Report Reveals Huge Variation Between Cities' Carbon Footprints
  2. Thanks for Nothing: Fans Rip Metallica a New One
  3. Ancient Martian Ocean Would Have Been Salty 'Dead Sea'
  4. NYTimes Speculates On the Next iPhone
  5. SoCal Selene Group Drops Google Lunar X Prize Bid
  6. Ancient Martian Ocean Would Have Been Salty 'Dead Sea'
  7. Dave Gibbons On the Forthcoming Watchmen Movie
  8. New Robots Developed To Climb Walls
  9. U.S. Plan For "Thinking Machines" Repository
  10. Is Microsoft Stuck With a Norwegian Herring?
  11. Dave Gibbons On the Forthcoming Watchmen Movie
  12. What Makes a Programming Language Successful?
  13. Viacom Nudges Some Premium Content Online, For Free
  14. What Makes a Programming Language Successful?
  15. A Robot to Conquer Antarctica? Maybe
  16. Mercenaries Sue San Diego
  17. First Reviews of the MSI Wind Ultra-Portable Laptop
  18. Update Your Mac, Find The iPhone 2.0 Easter Egg
  19. Tech Industry Fueling Palestinian Economic Hopes
  20. VIA Nano: Prepare For Ludicrous Ultraportable Speed
  21. Brain Interface Lets Monkeys Control Prosthetic Limbs
  22. VIA Introduces the Nano Processor
  23. Review of the Model M-Inspired Unicomp Customizer Keyboard
  24. Facebook, The Princess Phone and a Mattress for Sergey and Eric
  25. Brain Interface Lets Monkeys Control Prosthetic Limbs
  26. "Nightlife" Harnesses Idle Fedora Nodes For Research
  27. Bill Gates: Windows 95 Was 'A High Point'
  28. U.S. Plan for "Thinking Machines" Repository
  29. Best Animated Videos: Pass It On
  30. Yahoo Not Under Siege: Yang
  31. Firefox Goes for World Download Record
  32. UK Proposes Banning Computer Generated Abuse
  33. Methane Poses Climate Risk, Energy Opportunity
  34. May 29, 1935: Hoover Dam Set in Concrete
  35. Gallery: Inside the Architecture of Authority
  36. New Robots Developed to Climb Walls
  37. Why Do We Accept Signatures by Fax?
  38. Business Never Far From the Surface at D6
  39. 'Spore' Creature Stage Pictured, Detailed
  40. Recycle Your E-Waste
  41. Private Donor Saves Fermilab
  42. Bill Gates: Windows 95 Was 'A High Point'
  43. Tesla v1.5: 'Really Phenomenal' Torque, Better Range
  44. Android's Slick Debut Steals the Show at Google I/O Conference
  45. U.S. Plan for 'Thinking Machines' Repository
  46. Garmin Edge 705 GPS Offers Maps, Metrics for Data-Happy Cyclists
  47. Cat Saves Japanese Railway
  48. VLC Hits the Device Market
  49. Authentic Viking DNA From 1,000-Year-Old Skeletons
  50. Space Station Toilets Poop Out
  51. What Examples of Security Theater Have You Encountered?
  52. With Wireless Carriers, Breaking Up Is Still Hard to Do
  53. KDE 4.1 Beta 1 Released
  54. Could Methane Trigger a Climate Doomsday Within a Human Lifespan?
  55. Researchers Recover 1,000-Year-Old Viking DNA
  56. Metallica Repents, Sort Of
  57. Dell Found Guilty of Fraud, False Advertising
  58. The Definitive ANTLR Reference
  59. NASA Employee Suspended For Blogging At Work
  60. Google To Host Ajax Libraries
  61. Weezer's Memetastic Video Director Spills the 'Pork and Beans'
  62. Video: Inside the Musee Mecanique
  63. Polar Robots to Explore the Arctic
  64. 1TB Blu-Ray Compatible Optical Disc Announced
  65. Google to host Ajax Libraries
  66. Phoenix Mars Lander Updates
  67. Space Station Toilets Poop Out
  68. 1TB Blu-Ray Compatible Optical Disc Announced
  69. NASA Employee Suspended for Blogging at Work
  70. Sony, Cable Company Pact May Spell Doom for Set-Top Boxes
  71. Windows 7 Multitouch Demonstration
  72. YouTube Fires Back At Viacom
  73. Stealing From Banks One Cent at a Time
  74. NASA Employee Suspended for Blogging at Work
  75. Google to host Ajax Libraries
  76. Warlord Laptops: Not Handled with Care
  77. Phoenix Mars Lander Updates
  78. Windows 7: Multi-touch, Pie Menu And a Piano
  79. Space Station Toilets Poop Out
  80. Windows 7 Won't Have Compact "MinWin" Kernel
  81. New Agreement May End the Cable Box
  82. Adobe Flash Zero-Day Attack Underway
  83. Ancestry Surprises From New Genetics Analysis Method
  84. May 28, 585 B.C.: Predicted Solar Eclipse Stops Battle
  85. Interview: Founder Louis Rossetto on Wired's Part in the Digital Revolution
  86. In a Letter to His Kids, Wired's Founding Editor Recalls the Dawn of the Digital Revolution
  87. Alt Text: Fighting the Good Fight -- 'Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe' Videogame
  88. Olympic Tickets Contain Microchip With Your Data
  89. YouTube Fires Back At Viacom
  90. Phoenix Lander Presents: Mars in High-Res
  91. 'Mass Effect' Gets a Makeover for PC
  92. Where It All Began: Images From Wired's Early Days
  93. Supreme Court OKs Cellphone Unlocking Suit
  94. Internet-Based Realtors Win Monster Settlement
  95. Man Allegedly Bilks E-Trade, Schwab of $50K by Collecting Lots of Free 'Micro-Deposits'
  96. Meet Tom Ryan! The Fake Superdelegate!
  97. Would You Rent a Song For a Dime?
  98. Why the 'Biggest Drawing in the World' Is Probably Fake
  99. Review: Orb Home-Theater System Brings Well-Rounded Sound
  100. Robot + Super Gun = 'Crowd Control'
  101. Pentagon Watchdogs Swamped by Military Spending: $152 Billion a Year
  102. Adobe Releases Free Betas of Creative Suite 4's Web Dev Tools
  103. Six Degrees of Wikipedia
  104. TJX Fires Employee For Disclosing Vulnerability
  105. Scalable Nonblocking Data Structures
  106. Delicious Library 2 Arrives, Adds More Than Just Eye Candy
  107. Its a Bus. It's a Train. It's Both!
  108. How to Hack a Nintendo DS to Make an Awesome Digital Sketchbook
  109. How Does a Poor Economy Affect Tech Innovation?
  110. Consumer Reports Gets Its Game On
  111. Review: 'Pokemon Mystery Dungeon' Is Charming but Dull
  112. Japan Warns Against Too Much Cellphone Use
  113. Interviews Carly Fiorina on McCain's Radical Transparency
  114. American Airlines Takes On Additional Baggage
  115. Details Emerging On Tunguska Impact Crater
  116. Singapore Firm Claims Patent Breach By Virtually All Websites
  117. McCain vs. Obama on Tech Issues
  118. Supreme Court Rejects T-Mobile Appeal Barring Class Actions
  119. Skydiver Stranded When Balloon Leaves Early
  120. Yahoo Sues Lottery Phishers -- Identities Unknown
  121. Chip Company Unveils Open Source PC Design
  122. Mars Probe Brings the "Weather Rock" New Respect
  123. Deutsche Telekom Secretly Tracked Phone Calls
  124. OLPC's XO As a Wireless Hacking Tool
  125. The Birth of a Virus, In Pictures
  126. VIA Open Platform Mini-Notebook Serves up Linux
  127. Kazoo 2.0: Actually, Nothing's Changed in 100 Years
  128. Large Web Host Urges Customers to Use Gmail
  129. Deutsche Telekom To Investigate Monitored Journalist Calls
  130. Google Calls YouTube Suit a Threat to Online Communication
  131. Why Buy a PC Preloaded With Linux?
  132. Getting the "Free" Business Model Wrong Doesn't Mean the Model is Flawed
  133. Finnish Appeals Court Rules Breaking CSS Illegal
  134. Manager Disables Web Server by Sneaking Away X-Box
  135. UK Academics Arrested For Researching al-Qaida
  136. Canadians Organizing a Rally For Net Neutrality
  137. Asus Set To Release Desktop Eee PC Variant
  138. May 27, 1937: A Bridge Over the Gate? Are You Crazy?
  139. The Beauty of Bridges
  140. Life, Death and Twitter on the African Savannah
  141. Avalanche Effect Demonstrated In Solar Cells
  142. Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
  143. Bot Psychology: The Blogging About Blogging Edition
  144. UK Academics Arrested For Researching al-Qaida
  145. The Smartest Browser and OS
  146. Buses as Mobile Sensing Platforms?
  147. Eric Lerner's Focus Fusion Device Gets Funded
  148. A Look At the Lightweight Equinox Desktop Environment
  149. A Look at the Lightweight Equinox Desktop Environment
  150. What Web 2.0 Means for Hardware and the Datacenter
  151. Getting the "Free" Business Model Wrong Doesn't Mean the Model is Flawed
  152. Chelsea Hotel: Rock's Vortex of 'Death and Destruction'
  153. What's Inside: Foamalicious, Vaporlicious Easy-Off Oven Cleaner
  154. Military Secrets Help Produce the Ultimate Synthetic Fishing Rod
  155. Lamest Fetish Items Ever: From Expensive to Foolish, 1999 - '06
  156. President Bush Signs Genetic Nondiscrimination Act
  157. Atari Founder Proclaims the End of Gaming Piracy
  158. Finnish Appeals Court Rules Breaking CSS Illegal
  159. Manager Disables Web Server by Sneaking Away X-Box
  160. The Phoenix Has Landed
  161. First Pictures From Mars Phoenix Lander
  162. Samsung 256GB SSD is World's Fastest
  163. Fasting May Fix Jet Lag
  164. The Future According To nVidia
  165. May 26, 1908: Mideast Oil Discovered -- There Will Be Blood
  166. Interactive Map: Who's Gushing Now
  167. What's the Solution To Intellectual Property?
  168. Gaining System-Level Access To Vista
  169. First Photos: Phoenix Shoots Martian Arctic Surface
  170. The Phoenix Has Landed
  171. Mozilla Dev Team On Firefox's Success
  172. Live Blog: Mars Lander Touchdown!
  173. The Phoenix Has Landed
  174. Unofficial Homebrew Channel For the Wii
  175. Pricey Gas Only One Rising Cost for Drivers
  176. Phoenix Mars Lander To Touch Down In 2 Hours
  177. Scientists Image an HIV Particle Being Born
  178. Shigeru Miyamoto, The Walt Disney of Our Time
  179. Amusement Park Bans PDAs and Smartphones
  180. Why Does This Prominent Amazon Researcher Face 14 Years in Prison for Biopiracy?
  181. Lamest Fetish Items Ever: When Gearheads Go Wrong, 1996 - '98
  182. Canadian Domain Name Registrants To Get More Privacy
  183. Telcos Compete For Education Broadcast Spectrum
  184. Old Computer Game Covers - Collectible, Or Just Nostalgia?
  185. $4 Million In Fines For Linking To Infringing Files
  186. Huge Data Center Going Up In Sin City
  187. HyperCard, What Could Have Been
  188. First Guilty Verdict In Criminal Copyright Case
  189. Giant Floating Windmills To Launch Next Year
  190. Mars Spacecraft Faces Riskiest Part of Mission
  191. Johnson & Johnson Loses Major Trademark Lawsuit
  192. Microsoft: Don't Cut Off That Long Tail
  193. Live Blog: Mars Lander Nears Touchdown
  194. Tech Tops Financials in S&P; Energy on the Rise
  195. Smartphones For Text SSH Use — Revisited
  196. Welcome to the New Slashdot Chicago Cluster
  197. Video Games Can Make Us More Creative
  198. An Advance In Image Recognition Software
  199. P2P Traffic Shaping For Home Use?
  200. First Guilty Verdict In Criminal Copyright Case
  201. Breakthrough In Plastic Lasers
  202. Senate Committee Votes To Fingerprint Lenders
  203. SSD Prices On Parity With High-End HDD By 2011
  204. Patriot Act Dampening Cloud Computing?
  205. I Will Derive
  206. Successful Cold Fusion Experiment?
  207. The Rise of Geekdom
  208. Super Hero Rides Get a Redesign: Go, Speed Racer!
  209. Ballmer Says Vista Selling Really Well
  210. Group Wants Wi-Fi Banned, Citing Allergy
  211. Group Wants Wi-Fi Banned, Citing Allergy
  212. Google Opens Up (Some) Search Algorithms
  213. Lamest Fetish Items Ever: Gear Lust Gone Bad, 1993 - '95
  214. Cisco To Open-Source New Messaging Protocol
  215. Inside the Scandal That Rocked the Formula One Racing World
  216. Successful Cold Fusion Experiment?
  217. Best Way to Start a Website Hosting Service?
  218. **** Discovers Plastic-Decomposing Bacteria
  219. Care For Your Lawn, Save the Environment
  220. Apple to Rule the Digital Home by 2013?
  221. Closing the Cover on Microsoft Book Scanning
  222. Google, Facebook in Stalemate Over Social Data
  223. Honda Sells Its 60 Millionth — Yes, Millionth — Cub
  224. Blogger Incites Outcry Over Twitter Harassment
  225. **** Science Whiz Isolates Plastic-Bag-Munching Bacteria
  226. Good News for a Change: Humpback Population Rising
  227. Cognition Enhancer Research
  228. Put Steve McQueen's Porsche in Your Driveway
  229. Weezer Taps Internet Stars for Its New YouTube Channel
  230. Cell Metabolism Artificially Enhanced
  231. First Exotic Space Thruster Test Ends in Explosion
  232. 'Dollhouse' Fans Campaign to Save Show -- Before 2009 Airdate
  233. Peer-to-Peer IT Admin Convicted in Federal Case
  234. Hookers, ****s, & Halo: Story Was Too Good to Be True
  235. Linux Brings Open Source to the .car Era
  236. FriendFeed Rooms Let Social Networkers Tune Out the Noise
  237. 5th Circuit May Stop Patent Troll "Forum Shopping"
  238. Deadly Earthquake Doesn't Shake China's Internet Censors
  239. IRS Pushes for New Reporting at Expense of Privacy
  240. Does M. Night Shyamalan Have a Thing for the Pixies?
  241. Review: 'LostWinds' WiiWare Game Is Sweet, but Very Short
  242. Help Slashdot Test Our New Data Center
  243. Wearable Motorcycle Design
  244. Robot Boats, Sonic Blasters Come Ashore for NY Fleet Week
  245. P2P BitTorrent Tool Could Replace Pirate Bay
  246. Super-Sensitive Spray-On Explosive Detector
  247. VoIP As a Solution To Rural Broadband
  248. To Have or Have Not: Fibre Creates a New Digital Divide
  249. South Africa Appeals ISO Decision On OOXML
  250. Getting Rid of Staff With High Access?