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  1. Delving Into Google Health's Privacy Concerns
  2. To Whom Should I Donate?
  3. New York and Minnesota Publish Open Document Studies
  4. Murder, His Hard Drive Wrote
  5. May 23, 1962: Give That Kid a Hand!
  6. Inside an FBI Computer Forensics Lab
  7. Bell Canada Launches Its Own Online Video Store
  8. Big Rigs Go High Tech
  9. Brazilian Beetles Hold Key to Faster Computers
  10. Chicks Dig My Tiny Carbon Footprint
  11. Should Music Startups Give Equity to Copyright Holders?
  12. Apple Owns Your Home, Circa 2013: Forrester
  13. How NASA Will Bring the Phoenix Mars Mission To the Web
  14. Music Game Wars Heat Up -- What's the Plan for 'Rock Band 2'?
  15. How to Use the Web to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
  16. Are Aliens Using Neutrinos to Contact Us?
  17. Marines Land in Afghanistan -- with Biometrics
  18. Expert Dissects Estonian Cyber-War
  19. Former Prosecutor: ISP Content Filtering Might be a 'Five-Year Felony'
  20. Offline Wikipedia Reader For iRex Iliad
  21. All Subways Should Be Like Taipei's Marvel of Mass Transit
  22. Parent-Friendly Wireless Bridge To Span 500 Meters?
  23. Review of HTC's X7510 Advantage Smartphone
  24. Line Forms at Apple's Always-Open Manhattan Cube
  25. TVA Security Lapses Could Endanger US Health, Economy
  26. Parent-Friendly Wireless Bridge To Span 500 Meters?
  27. Get the Family Dog Cloned
  28. Federal Court Says First-Sale Doctrine Covers Software, Too
  29. LifeLock Spokesperson's Stolen ID Inspires Lawsuits
  30. Betting Site Lays Odds on Final 'Battlestar Galactica' Cylon
  31. Where Has All the Tiny Data Gone? Microformats Go Missing in Firefox 3
  32. Questions About a McCain Administration? Ask Carly Fiorina
  33. Mark Shuttleworth Reveals Ubuntu Netbook Remix
  34. Reading the E-Leaves With Amazon's Bezos
  35. Parent-Friendly Wireless Bridge to Span 500 Meters?
  36. EU 'Notes', Rivals Knock Microsoft Doc Compliance Pledge
  37. Review of HTC's X7510 Advantage Smartphone
  38. Verizon, Comcast Say They Are P2P Friendly
  39. Did a Herpes Virus Cause Ted Kennedy's Brain Tumor?
  40. Cisco CSO Says Antivirus Money "Completely Wasted"
  41. Pushing a CPU to Heat Death, Intentionally
  42. US Data Centers Wary of Sharing Energy Data With Feds
  43. US Firms Read Employee E-mail On a Massive Scale
  44. U.S. Data Centers Wary of Sharing Energy Data With Feds
  45. Insult, Meet Injury: Lifelock CEO Hacked & Sued
  46. U.S. Firms Read Employee E-mail On a Massive Scale
  47. Video Game Actors Say They Don't Get Their Due
  48. AT&T Confirms 3-G Upgrade In Time For ... You Know
  49. Q4 Profit Up 133 Percent, Lenovo Targets Developing World
  50. Get the Family Dog Cloned
  51. Microsoft To Pay People To Search
  52. Feds Now Allowed to Use Internet
  53. The Case for Lunar Property Rights
  54. The Secret History of Star Wars
  55. May 22, 1973: Enter Ethernet
  56. How Would You Prefer to Send Sensitive Data?
  57. Microsoft To Pay People To Search
  58. G.E. Developing a Diesel Hybrid ... Tugboat?
  59. Exclusive Preview: D&D Fourth Edition Character Sheet
  60. Turn Your Rotting Vegetables Into Fresh Fruit
  61. Feds Now Allowed to Use Internet
  62. Expensive Gas and Global Warming: Is it Time (Again) to Drive 55?
  63. Open Source Graphics Card Available For Advance Orders
  64. Coding Flaws Caused Moody's Debt Rating Errors
  65. Genetic Discrimination by Insurers, Employers Is a Crime
  66. Supernova Birth Observed From Orbiting Telescope
  67. Surrogate: McCain Wants Hearings, Apologies Before Granting Amnesty to Spying Telecoms
  68. Microsoft Tries Cash Money to Woo Searchers
  69. How Japan's Biggest BBS Keeps Things Simple
  70. Nanotubes "As Deadly as Asbestos"
  71. 5 Gadgets That Will Make You a Super Hero
  72. Review: 'Penny Arcade Adventures' Works It Out
  73. Scientists Witness Start of Star's Explosive Death
  74. Could Radioactive Scorpion Venom Save Ted Kennedy?
  75. Last.fm Quietly Rolls Out New Beta Features
  76. Practical Rails Projects
  77. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  78. Microsoft Office 2007 to Support ODF - But Not OOXML
  79. Cisco Leak Renews Debate Over U.S. Tech Firms' Support of Repressive Regimes
  80. Paypal Founder Puts a Half Million Dollars Into Seasteading
  81. Democrats Launch McCainpedia, an Attack Site Masquerading as a Wiki
  82. Judge Recommends Guilty Verdict for Jack Thompson
  83. New Urinal-Based Video Game Makes a Splash
  84. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  85. Spoiler-Free Review of Indiana Jones
  86. Let Older Add-Ons Work With Firefox 3.0
  87. Extreme Cycling: Strap a Rocket to Your Bike
  88. New Urinal-Based Video Game Makes a Splash
  89. UK **** Cited For Calling Scientology a "Cult"
  90. Tech's 10 Worst Entry-Level Jobs
  91. FCC Nudges Industry Toward Cutting Cellphone Fees
  92. Time Warner Cuts Cord With Cable Unit
  93. Microsoft Patents 'Proactive' Virus Protection
  94. It's Not Time for OSS Release Cycle Synchronization
  95. Nanotubes 'As Deadly as Asbestos'
  96. Spoiler-Free Review of Indiana Jones
  97. Open Source BIND Alternative Launches
  98. Was This the First CC Community-Edited Novel?
  99. Let Older Add-Ons Work With Firefox 3.0
  100. Speed Freaks: The 10 Fastest Green Cars on the Planet
  101. Newborn Blood-Storage Law Stirs Fears of DNA Warehouse
  102. May 21, 1901: Connecticut Sets First Speed Limit at 12 MPH
  103. Game|Life Video: Get Hot and Sweaty With 'Wii Fit'
  104. Alt Text: A Sober Warning About Indiana Jones' Fedora
  105. UK **** Cited For Calling Scientology a "Cult"
  106. YouTomb Keeps an Eye on YouTube's Graveyard
  107. IT Workers Are Getting Fatter
  108. Hubble Survey Finds Half of the Missing Matter
  109. Napster Won't Upgrade DRM-ed Songs to MP3, but They'll Keep Playing
  110. F/OSS Flat-File Database?
  111. Carbon Nanotubes Mimic Asbestos in Early Study
  112. YouTube Refuses To Remove Terrorist Videos
  113. Hubble Survey Finds Half of the Missing Matter
  114. Why You Should be Shooting Photos in the Raw
  115. Airplane Heal Thyself? Self-Repairing Aircraft Could Improve Air Safety
  116. Oil Billionaire Building World's Largest Wind Farm
  117. $100 Roku Netflix Player Targets Apple TV
  118. How to Build a 'Square Foot' Garden
  119. The Changing Face of World of Warcraft
  120. Review: 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' Hits the Mark
  121. Confirmed: iPhone 2.0 Launches June 9
  122. Review: Roku Netflix Set Top Box Just Shy of Totally Amazing
  123. Google Health Opens To the Public
  124. Grandmaster Flashed: Kasparov Buzzed by Flying *****-Copter
  125. Researcher Pushes Enormous Floating Solar Islands
  126. IBM Patents Putting Handprints On Laptops
  127. LisaNova Battles Boob Shots on YouTube -- With Boobs
  128. Mac Cloner Psystar Ships First Service Pack
  129. 2nd Generation "$100 Laptop" Will Be an E-Book Reader
  130. Using RFID Tags Around the House?
  131. The Most Annoying Software Out There
  132. Microsoft's 'Googlephobia' Breeds Panic Buying
  133. Greenpeace Complains Game Consoles Aren't Green Enough
  134. Greenpeace Complains Games Consoles Aren't Green Enough
  135. Gearing Up For The .Car Era
  136. Creationism 'Education' Still Widespread
  137. Bits of Tassie Tiger Brought Back from Extinction
  138. New 'Phlashing' Attack Sabotages Hardware
  139. RISC Vs. CISC In Mobile Computing
  140. ET Will Phone Home Using Neutrinos, Not Photons
  141. Atom-Based Mini-ITX Motherboard Available
  142. Comcast Invests in P2P
  143. Napster Launches DRM-Free Music Store
  144. FBI Wiretapping Audit Secrets Uncovered Via Ctrl+C
  145. AMD Wants to Standardize PC Gaming
  146. New Linux Distribution — Exherbo, Announced
  147. New Malware Report Hits Vista's Security Image
  148. Breaking the Fermilab Code
  149. 66% Apple Market Share For Sales of High-End PCs
  150. Superefficient Frankencrops Could Put a Real Dent in Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  151. May 20, 1873: The Pants That Changed the World
  152. Inconvenient Truths: Get Ready to Rethink What It Means to Be Green
  153. Face It. Nukes Are the Most Climate-Friendly Industrial-Scale Form of Energy
  154. Counterpoint: Dangers of Focusing Solely on Climate Change
  155. Atom-Based Mini-ITX Motherboard Available
  156. Total Phone and Email Database Proposed In UK
  157. Video: Fitness Expert Offers 'Wii Fit' Tips
  158. RISC Vs. CISC In Mobile Computing
  159. A Virtualized Linux System For Windows
  160. Google Launches Medical Records App
  161. Go Green — Buy a Used Car. It's Better Than a Hybrid
  162. Comcast Invests in P2P
  163. Hairy Solar Cells Could Mean Higher Efficiency
  164. 'Death Note' Manga Spawns Movie, Crime Wave
  165. Art and ASCII: The Stories Behind All Those Brackets, Slashes, and Carets
  166. Blender 2.46 Released
  167. Q&A: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto Talks 'Wii Fit'
  168. All New Webmonkey Back in Wired Fold
  169. Could Variable iTunes Music Pricing Be on the Table?
  170. Secret Data in FBI Wiretapping Audit Revealed With Ctrl+C
  171. Review: 'Wii Fit' Works, but Could Shape Up
  172. AMD Wants to Standardize PC Gaming
  173. New Linux Distribution — Exherbo, Announced
  174. Linux Networking Cookbook
  175. 'Gears of War 2' Will Be More 'Girlfriend-Friendly'
  176. Age of Conan's "Kinda" Launch and Massive Pre-Orders
  177. Self-Healing System Applied to Aviation
  178. Microsoft Wants the Milk Without Buying the Cow
  179. Do Static Source Code Analysis Tools Really Work?
  180. Google Assists In Arrest Of Indian Man
  181. Room Temperature Semiconductor of T-Rays
  182. Google Assists In Arrest Of Indian Man
  183. Identity Theft Hits the Root Name Servers
  184. The Effects of Censorship — a Tale of Two Websites
  185. French Judge Orders Refund For Pre-Installed XP
  186. Airbus Project Seeks Jet Fuel from Algae, Vegetable Oil
  187. 'Second Life' Now an AI Proving Ground
  188. The Effects of Censorship- A Tale of Two Websites
  189. Offline Advice Trumps Online For Buying Decisions: Study
  190. Microsoft Acknowledges NBC's Wish is Its Command
  191. Japan "Running Out of Engineers"
  192. Microsoft Circles Back to Yahoo With New Offer
  193. Wired.com Photo Contest: Water
  194. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Black-and-White Photos, Decided by You
  195. May 19, 1780: Darkness at Noon Enshrouds New England
  196. Games Without Frontiers: Complex Gameplay Saves the Day in 'The World Ends With You'
  197. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Black-and-White Photo Contest
  198. French Judge Orders Refund For Pre-Installed XP
  199. Peter Thiel Makes Down Payment on Libertarian Ocean Colonies
  200. Why Windows Solitaire Eats So Much Time
  201. Surgical Robot Removes Calgary Woman's Brain Tumor
  202. Microsoft Approaches Yahoo Again, This Time As a Partner
  203. Post-Quake, China Cuts Access to Entertainment Web Sites
  204. What to Seek in an Older Subnotebook?
  205. 25 Years Old and an Offshore IT Manager
  206. Shopping Centers Track Customers Via Cell Phone Signals
  207. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
  208. China Lets Citizens Spread Quake News Online
  209. A Few Notes on Movies of the Near Future
  210. Poll: Which Stereolab Is Better?
  211. China's All-Seeing Eye
  212. F/OSS Multi-Point Video-Conferencing
  213. Galaxies Twice As Bright As Previously Thought
  214. Using Magnets To Turn Off the Brain's Speech Center
  215. Dragon vs. Hydra - Competing Development Styles
  216. Getting Past "Ready For the Desktop"
  217. 20% of U.S. Population Has Never Used Email
  218. 20% of U.S. Population Has Never Used Email
  219. Surgical Robot Removes Calgary Woman's Brain Tumor
  220. Dag Wieers Scoffs at Coordinated Linux Release Proposal
  221. Survivor Buddy, a Friendly Robot Rescuer
  222. Canadian ISP Ordered to Prove Traffic-Shaping is Needed
  223. Most Business-Launched Virtual Worlds Fail
  224. McCain Campaign Pioneers a First: Courting Lefty Bloggers
  225. Spain Apprehends 5 Suspected Hackers
  226. Happy Birthday, Erik Satie!
  227. AOL Launches Specialty Sites to Boost Growth
  228. Fat People Cause Global Warming, Higher Food Prices
  229. Why Did Touch Take 4 Decades to Catch On?
  230. 2008 Google Summer of Code Highlights
  231. Robotic Camera Extension Takes Gigapixel Photos
  232. Wikimedia Censors Wikinews
  233. A Baseball Hat That Reads Your Mind
  234. $100 Laptop Platform Moves On
  235. Mars Harder and Colder Than Previously Thought
  236. Firefox 3 RC1 Out Now
  237. Unmanned Aircraft Pose US Airspace Problems
  238. World's Newest, Most Powerful Laser Comes Online
  239. Lockheed Martin Awarded GPS III
  240. Removing the Big Kernel Lock
  241. Understanding How CAPTCHA Is Broken
  242. Mars Harder and Colder Than Previously Thought
  243. Firefox 3 RC1 Out Now
  244. The World's Spookiest Weapons
  245. Dutch Voting Machines De-Certified
  246. Mars Harder and Colder Than Previously Thought
  247. Firefox 3 RC1 Out Now
  248. Unmanned Aircraft Pose US Airspace Problems
  249. World's Newest, Most Powerful Laser Comes Online
  250. Whiskey Geeks Keep Moonshine Tradition Alive