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  1. The World's Spookiest Weapons
  2. NSF Research Reveals Chain Letter Travel Patterns
  3. US Senate Asks for National Security Letter Explanation
  4. A Baseball Hat That Reads Your Mind
  5. 800-Horsepower Hybrid to Race 24 Hours of Nurburgring
  6. Amputee Sprinter Wins Olympic Appeal to Compete
  7. 'X-Files' Scribe Switches to Superhero Mode for 'Hancock'
  8. How to Set Up a Pirate Radio Station
  9. $100 Laptop Platform Moves On
  10. Lockheed Martin Awarded GPSIII
  11. Can Charter Broadband Customers Really Opt-Out of Spying? Maybe Not
  12. Is Marc Andreessen Through with the Press?
  13. Facebook, Google Square Off Over Which One Owns Your Data
  14. Senators OK $1 Billion for Online Child **** Fight
  15. Airwolf for Sale on eBay!
  16. Shape-Shifting Malware Hits the Web
  17. Dutch Voting Machines De-Certified
  18. File Sharing Comes to the iPhone
  19. Silicon Valley Book Party Turns Up the Heat
  20. Congressmen Ask Charter to Freeze Web Profiling Plan
  21. Soaring Over the Alps on Homemade Jet Wings
  22. Review: Casio EX-F1 Is a Speed-Demon Snapper
  23. How Clear Channel Will Change Deal-Making
  24. Air Force Bails Out on Social Network Ban
  25. DARPA Celebrates 50 Years of Pushing the Envelope
  26. Keeping Customer From Accessing My Database?
  27. Honeywell & Airbus To Turn Algae Into Jet Fuel
  28. Worried About Carbon? Don't Forget Nitrogen
  29. Mechanical-Limbed Runner OK'd for Olympics. Game On.
  30. OLPC Will Ship With Windows XP
  31. Code Quality In Open and Closed Source Kernels
  32. Fermilab Calls For Code Crackers
  33. What To Do With Old Laptops?
  34. Worst.Cellphone.Ever.
  35. It's Bike To Work Day: Here's How to Make It Happen
  36. IE 7.0/8.0b Code Execution 0-Day Released
  37. Bletchley Park Facing Financial Ruin
  38. Woman Indicted In MySpace Suicide Case
  39. OLPC Now Teamed With Microsoft
  40. Verizon Joins Linux Mobile Foundation
  41. Decent Book Clubs for Sci-Fi Fans?
  42. Carl Icahn Takes on Yahoo's Board
  43. May 16, 1960: Researcher Shines a Laser Light
  44. Happy Birthday, Lasers: Wired.com's Best Laser Stories
  45. Black Holes Don't Trap Information Forever
  46. Experts Say MySpace Suicide Indictment Sets 'Scary' Legal Precedent
  47. Streamlining and Testing RFID Technology
  48. Apple's New Boston Store, "A Diamond in a Rock Pile"
  49. Krusty the 'Simpsons' Clown Gets His Own Roller Coasters
  50. Microsoft and OLPC Agree To Put XP On the XO Laptop
  51. Details for Guitar Hero 4 Released
  52. CloudTrade Brings Free Music Sharing to Smartphones
  53. Chevrolet Volt Hits the Road With Li-Ion Batteries, 40-Mile Range
  54. Judge Says First-Ever RIAA Piracy Trial May Need a Do-Over
  55. What to Expect From Apple at WWDC 2008
  56. Moving Toward a Single Linux UI?
  57. 3 Rugged Notebooks Take a Beating
  58. Big Payday for Web 2.0
  59. Comcast, Cox Slow BitTorrent Traffic All Day
  60. David Pogue Gushes Over the Chumby
  61. Changing a School'sTech Disposal Policy?
  62. Prius Sales Top 1 Million. Want One? Better Move Fast
  63. Recover Your Password-Protected MS Office Docs
  64. Lori Drew Charged With Conspiracy for Deadly MySpace Hoax
  65. Online Quiz As a Gateway to P2P
  66. CNET Employees Happy to be CBS Employees
  67. Report: Government's Cyber-Security Plan Is Riddled With New Spying Programs
  68. David Pogue Gushes Over the Chumby
  69. First Peek at Whedon's Killer Dolls
  70. Scientists Pinpoint the Next Big Pollution Problem
  71. Our Data, Ourselves
  72. Darpa Aims to Snuff Flames With Electricity, Sound
  73. Guitar Tutorials Rocket Up iTunes Podcast Charts
  74. Judge in Capitol v. Thomas Considers New Trial
  75. IBM Touts Supercomputers for Enterprise
  76. Indictment Expected in Megan Meier Cyberbullying Case
  77. Air Force Aims for Control of 'Any and All' Computers
  78. Early Review Calls New Indiana Jones Film Dreadful
  79. Study: Cox, Comcast Internet Subscribers Blocked
  80. Reversing Trend, Cable Modems Win Over DSL in Q1
  81. CNET: CBS' YouTube, or Its Waterloo?
  82. Securing Your Notebook Against US Customs
  83. Shuttleworth Calls For Coordinated Release Cycles
  84. Devastating China Quake Struck in 2 Stages
  85. 3 Rugged Notebooks Take a Beating
  86. CBS Acquires CNET Networks for $1.8 Billion
  87. It's Official: Icahn Takes on Yahoo
  88. Colossus Cipher Challenge Winner On Ada
  89. UMG Calls Infringement Damages "Excessive"
  90. Flash Player 10: Dazzling Effects, Better Performance, Runs on Linux
  91. Review: Jawbones Latest Headset is Smaller Skinnier Sexier
  92. Swarming Ants Destroy Electronics in Texas
  93. NBC Activates Broadcast Flag
  94. Einstein Letter Goes on Sale
  95. CBS to buy CNet for $1.75 billion
  96. NBC Activates Broadcast Flag
  97. Einstein Letter Goes on Sale
  98. Estonian Cyber Defence Hub Set Up
  99. May 15, 1930: The Skies Get a Little Bit Friendlier
  100. IBM Touts Supercomputers for the Enterprise
  101. Elude Your ISP's BitTorrent Blockade
  102. Why So Sweaty on 'Demetrius'? Science of 'Battlestar Galactica'
  103. Cable Guy's New Address Book: Comcast Buys Plaxo
  104. Sen. Arlen Specter Demanding Probe of 'Spygate'
  105. Radical Cyclists Take to L.A. Freeways to Say Bikes Are Better
  106. Someone's Out to Get Wikimedia's Deputy Director
  107. San Francisco Wants to Make Electric Cars as Common as Cable Cars
  108. China Buying US Directed Sound 'Weapon'
  109. Review: Asus Eee PC 900 Is Even Better Second Time Around
  110. Get Started With Amateur Radio: A Guide for 'New Hams'
  111. Christian Warrior is Behind the Obama Smear Video
  112. Swiss Man Flies With Jet Powered Wing
  113. YouTube's Unspoken Linking Policy For Copyright Infringers
  114. Marauding Ants Foul Houston-Area Computers
  115. Vatican Says Alien Life Plausible
  116. Games With A Purpose Help With Tasks That Tax Computers
  117. Entertainment Industry Leaned on L.A. Politicos to Declare Piracy a 'Public Nuisance'
  118. Fewer Flying This Summer, But Air Travel Will Remain Hellish
  119. California Hands-Free Cellphone Law Could Save 300 Lives a Year
  120. Techies Keen to Keep Jobs In the Family
  121. Youngest Galactic Supernova Found, But No Aliens
  122. Hitler Remixes Are Big -- on YouTube
  123. First Look: Mozilla Thunderbird Mail Adds Tabs, Better Mac Support
  124. NASA Discovers Galaxy's Most Recent Supernova
  125. MySpace Gets $230 Million Judgment Against 'Spam King'. Good Luck Collecting.
  126. Building Websites with Joomla! 1.5
  127. Syrian Blogger Sentenced to Three Years in Jail
  128. NASA Phoenix Mission Ready For Mars Landing
  129. Youngsters Skip DVR Ads Less Than Seniors
  130. Developers: Adobe Delaying Online Music Apps
  131. New Antivirus Tests Show Rootkits Hard to Kill
  132. Linux Desktop to Appear On Every Asus Motherboard
  133. British "X-files" Released to Public
  134. 85% of Chinese Citizens Like Internet Censorship
  135. MySpace Wins $230 Million Judgment Against Sanford Wallace
  136. British ' X-files' Released to Public
  137. Britain Opens Archives on UFO Sightings
  138. 85% of Chinese Likes Censorship
  139. Landline Use Falls Off as Mobile Usage Grows
  140. MySpace Wins $230 Million vs Sanford Wallace
  141. MySpace Gets $230 Million Judgement Against 'Spam King'. Good Luck Collecting.
  142. Running Mac OS X on standard PCs
  143. Syrian Blogger Sentenced to Three Years in Jail
  144. Mormon Church Goes After WikiLeaks
  145. VBA Will Return To Mac Office
  146. NASA Phoenix Mission Ready For Mars Landing
  147. Youngsters Skip DVR Ads Less Than Seniors
  148. May 14, 1796: Jenner Tests Vaccination on Human Subject
  149. Alt Text: Workin' at the Internet Cafe -- Laptop Dilemma
  150. Videos and Report From Embedded Linux Conference
  151. A View From Inside the OLPC Project
  152. Charter to Share Broadband Customers' Web Histories With Ad Networks
  153. Comparing 3G Networks
  154. Sun's McNealy: 'I Don't Want to Be On the Network'
  155. Internet TV Will Let You be a Couch Potato in Traffic
  156. Quantum Cryptography Broken, and Fixed
  157. 5 IRS Employees Charged With Snooping on Tax Returns
  158. Get Used to It — Sky-High Oil Prices Are Here to Stay
  159. Is Icahn Maneuvering to Oust Yahoo Board?
  160. Fisker's Still Testing Its $80K Hybrid, But Already Considering a Sequel
  161. Exercise May Protect Girls From Breast Cancer
  162. 10 Million iPhones by Year's End? NP.
  163. UK Agency Files OOXML Complaint, EU Demurs
  164. Craigslist vs. eBay: Spying, Lying and Hyperlink Abuse
  165. Imeem Unseats Yahoo as Top Music-Streaming Site
  166. Air Force Aims for 'Full Control' of 'Any and All' Computers
  167. Terrafugia CEO Responds To "Flying Car" Criticism
  168. Hope and Horror: Your Take on First GM Human Embryo
  169. Ron Paul Supporters, What Are Your Plans?
  170. Google Begins Blurring Faces In Street View
  171. Hawking Searching For Africa's Einsteins
  172. Some Final Thoughts on Our Friend Michael Arrington
  173. Pop Artist Robert Rauschenberg, 82, Dies
  174. Microsoft Launches WorldWide Telescope
  175. New Mars Lander Looks for Water, Could Find Life
  176. Charter Is Latest ISP To Plan Wiretapping Via DPI
  177. Microsoft Reaches Out To Blender
  178. Libertarian Bob Barr Hopes to Scoop Up Ron Paul's Internet-Driven Support
  179. How the RIAA Targets Campus Copyright Violators
  180. Fedora 9 (Sulphur) Released
  181. How to Geotag Your Digital Photos
  182. Fedora 9 (Sulphur) Released
  183. Microsoft's Bid for Family-Friendly Xbox Games
  184. HP Buying EDS With Its Head in the Clouds
  185. Debian Bug Leaves Private SSL/SSH Keys Guessable
  186. 4D Analogue of Megaminx Puzzle
  187. Don't Peel & Stick Me, Bro!
  188. Modified Human Embryo Stirs Fears of 'Designer Babies'
  189. Wind-Powered Energy More Than Just Hot Air
  190. 4D analogue of Megaminx Puzzle
  191. HP Seals the Deal, Buys EDS For $14B
  192. China to Regulate Internet Map Publishing
  193. Just How Effective is System Hardening?
  194. Homemade VoIP Network Over Wi-Fi Routers
  195. Lectures On the Frontiers of Physics Online
  196. A Walk Through the Hard Drive Recovery Process
  197. Free (As In Speech) Beer, V2.0
  198. Seeking Signs of Ancient Martian Life
  199. Earthquake In China
  200. "Understanding" Search Engine Enters Public Beta
  201. New Spider Species Named After Neil Young
  202. McCain Breaks From Bush on Climate Change, Calls for Mandatory Caps
  203. May 13, 1637: Cardinal Richelieu Makes His Point
  204. David Byrne Converts Building Into Giant Instrument
  205. Using Microwaves To Cook Ballast Stowaways
  206. A Walk Through the Hard Drive Recovery Process
  207. How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
  208. NASA Does a U-Turn, Opens To Private Industry
  209. Brad Neuberg, Google Gears, and the Future of the Web
  210. International Hackers Indicted for Sniffing Credit Cards from Dave & Buster's
  211. Wind Could Power 20 Percent of U.S. Grid by 2030
  212. PC World Editor to Step Down, Start Own Venture
  213. First Genetically Modified Human Embryo Under Review
  214. Apple: iPhone Sold Out Online in U.S., Britain
  215. First Space Lawyer Graduates
  216. Renault Will Bring EVs to America -- By Way of Israel
  217. Wired.com's WiiWare Launch Guide
  218. Screen With 180 Degree Field of View
  219. Researchers Create First Genetically Modified Human Embryo
  220. Bot Bartenders Sling Drinks at Roboexotica USA
  221. FTC to Scrutinize Contactless Payment Technology
  222. Air Force Colonel Wants to Build a Military Botnet
  223. Canada Considering A Three Strikes And You're Off The Internet Policy?
  224. Free Music Studio Means No More Excuses
  225. 80 Gbps Deep Packet Inspection Hardware Announced
  226. To Curb Truancy, Dallas Tries Electronic Monitoring
  227. USAF Considers Creation of Military Botnet
  228. Source: Apple, HBO Content Deal Imminent
  229. An Inside Look at the Great Firewall of China
  230. SMS 4x More Expensive Than Data From Hubble
  231. They That Go Down to Sea ... on a Permanent Basis
  232. Microsoft 'Shared Source' Attempts to Hijack FOSS
  233. Track The First Solar Aircraft Virtual Flight Live
  234. Second Gen iPhone To Toggle 3G/EDGE for Battery Life?
  235. First Look: Hands On with the BlackBerry Bold
  236. Cablevision Buys Newsday for $650 Million
  237. Where Are The Space Advocates?
  238. DVD **** Viruses Ravage US Soldiers' Computers
  239. With Murdoch Out, Cablevision/Newsday Deal Possible Today
  240. Sailing Robots To Attempt Atlantic Crossing
  241. Dealing With Dialup
  242. Gallery: How to Make Super-Strong, Super-Flexible Metals
  243. Government Efficiency and Network Theory
  244. DataStorm V1.0, a Full-Auto Floppy Disk Cannon
  245. XP SP3 Crashes Some AMD Machines
  246. May 12, 1941: Fog of War Shrouds Computer Advance
  247. Hydrogen Cars Won't Make a Difference for 40 Years
  248. Recruitment Options For a Small-Scale FOSS Project?
  249. Carly Fiorina: McCain Different Than Bush on the Environment. Really
  250. Hiding a Rootkit In System Management Mode