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  1. Hiding a Rootkit In System Management Mode
  2. Changes In Store For PHP V6
  3. VIA Releases 16K-Line FOSS Framebuffer Driver
  4. What Is the Oldest Code Written Still Running?
  5. Meet the Pulverizers: New Munitions Tear Up Rock and Concrete Quick
  6. DDR3 RAM Explained
  7. Families to Plead Case for Vaccine Link to Autism
  8. China to Make Its Own Jumbo Jets
  9. Developing New Materials With Space Science
  10. How the NSA Took Linux To the Next Level
  11. The 25-Year-Old BSD Bug
  12. Zeppelins Over California
  13. Creating Designer Isotopes
  14. NSA Takes On West Point In Security Exercise
  15. Spam Filtering For Small/Medium Business?
  16. Space History Footage In HD
  17. "Back To My Mac" Catches a Thief
  18. Zeppelins Over California
  19. Tricky Exposes His Roots, Crowdsources Remixes
  20. Nintendo Taps U.S. Indie Talent in Search of WiiWare Hits
  21. Space History Footage In HD
  22. Indie Musician's Tumblelog Packs Music, Photos
  23. "Back To My Mac" Catches a Thief
  24. A Billion-Color Display
  25. Gmail As Open-Relay Spam Server
  26. News Corp. Pulls Bid for Newsday
  27. A Guardian Angel In Your Cell Phone
  28. A Billion-Color Display
  29. Data Recovered From Melted Columbia Disk Drives
  30. Author Faces Canadian Tribunal For Hate Speech
  31. Craft Brewers Reformulate Beer to Cope With Hop Shortage
  32. Driving While Distracted More Dangerous Than Supposed
  33. Microsoft IM Blocking YouTube Links
  34. Microsoft Prefers Flash To Silverlight
  35. Mom's Day Gifts for Gamer Mums
  36. Microsoft IM Blocking YouTube Links
  37. Microsoft Decides To Take On Linux On Low-Cost PCs
  38. Microsoft Prefers Flash To Silverlight
  39. BioShock Movie To Be Made By Universal
  40. Google's Street View Meets Resistance In France
  41. EA Loosens Spore, Mass Effect DRM
  42. The Worst Workspaces In Tech
  43. Patent Attorney On Why We Need To Rethink Intellectual Property
  44. Researcher Discusses iPod Supercomputer
  45. NASA Will Man Destruct Switch Just In Case
  46. BioShock Movie to be Made by Universal
  47. NVIDIA GeForce To Quadro Software Mod
  48. First Release Candidate of Wine 1.0 Released
  49. Google's Street View Meets Resistance in France
  50. EA Loosens Spore, Mass Effect DRM
  51. With Motorcycles, Eco-Friendly and Badass Can Mix
  52. NSA Attacks West Point! Relax, It's a Cyberwar Game
  53. The Car of the Future Will Know You Can't Drive
  54. The Worst Workspaces in Tech
  55. Über-Investor: Gas Will Reach $10 a Gallon and Make U.S. Greener
  56. Q&A: NASA Scientist Answers Your Questions About Lying in Bed for 90 Days
  57. New Online Videos Take Aim at Obama, by Fair Means and Foul
  58. First Pics! Fisker Karma Plug-In Hybrid on the Road
  59. RIAA Lawyer Jumps Ship
  60. Proposed Google-Yahoo Partnership Draws Fire
  61. UK Uses CCTV, Terrorism Laws, Against Pooping Dogs
  62. NASA Wants to Take the Blast Out of Sonic Booms
  63. Google, Sprint, Others to Build Wireless Data Network
  64. Review: Olympus E-420 Is One Smokin' DSLR
  65. Patent Attorney on Why We Need to Rethink Intellectual Property
  66. Estimated World Population to Pass 6,666,666,666 Today
  67. FBI Says Military Had Counterfeit Cisco Routers
  68. Verbinski to Direct 'BioShock' Film
  69. Let's See Microsoft Innovate Its Way Out of This
  70. Researcher Discusses iPod Supercomputer
  71. Processing Visualization Language Ported To Javascript
  72. Google's Shareholders Vote Against Human Rights
  73. Army Yanks 'Voice-to-Skull Device' Website
  74. Round Robin Scheduling Not Power-Efficient
  75. Microhoo Tea Leaf Watch: Proxy Directors Set Free
  76. London Lawyers Demand £600 For One Game
  77. So, What Is 'Plan C' for Microsoft Search?
  78. Windows XP SP3 Creating Havoc
  79. Skype Gives Up Anti-GPL Appeal
  80. Facebook, States Set Bullying, Predator Safeguards
  81. Google Wants a Yahoo Ad Deal
  82. US Lawmakers Propose New Net Neutrality Bill
  83. Facebook Agrees To User Safety Plan
  84. NASA Planning Mission To 40-Meter-Wide Asteroid
  85. Infringement 'Detrimental To the Public Health, Safety'
  86. May 9, 1941: German Sub Caught With the Goods
  87. A Close Look at the Colossal Squid
  88. Have You Changed Your Opinion On eBook Readers?
  89. TorrentSpy Won't Pay $111 Million Fine
  90. How to Construct Your Own Chickensaurus Skeleton
  91. Nathan Myhrvold and the Business Of Invention
  92. Toilet Busted, Biodiesel Everywhere, But Eco-Boat Sails On
  93. Soon, Your Space on MySpace Can Be Everybody's Space
  94. Data Mining In Law Enforcement
  95. Introducing Classical Guitar Hero
  96. Soon, Your Space on MySpace Can Be Everybody's Space
  97. Folding@Home 2.0 - An Online Protein Folding Game
  98. Report: Microsoft Pokes Facebook
  99. Samsung Glyde Cellphone Is a Slick Slip-and-Slider
  100. Make Your Own Fonts, In a Web Browser
  101. Review: Surreal 'Speed Racer' Doses NASCAR With Anime
  102. War-Funding Bill: $50 Billion for Robo-Planes, Gear
  103. After 3 Years, Freenet 0.7 Released
  104. What a Botnet Looks Like
  105. R2D2-Shaped DVD and Videogame Projector
  106. Tech Stars Predict the Near Future at New Yorker Conference
  107. 'Batmanime' Is a Blast in 'Batman: Gotham Knight'
  108. The MicroFueler — A Washing Machine That Makes DIY Ethanol
  109. British Birds Adapt to Changing Climate
  110. Stream Your iTunes Playlists on Facebook
  111. Theorizing a Big Apple Push Into Gaming
  112. What a Botnet Looks Like
  113. Retrieving Data From Old Amstrad Floppies?
  114. Comcast Floats a 250GB Monthly Bandwidth Limit
  115. You Hacked an Epilespy Site with Flashing Pix. Really.
  116. Ballmer's Facebook Lust: It's Just Like High School
  117. Pirate Music, Lose Your House
  118. It's Not a Flying Car - It's a Drivable Airplane
  119. Retrieving Data From Old Amstrad Floppies?
  120. A Scooter With Everything (For Certain Values of Everything)
  121. You Hacked an Epilespy Site with Flashing Pix. Really.
  122. A Scooter With Everything (For Certain Values of Everything)
  123. Papa John's Sells $1 Billion in Pizza Online
  124. GPL vs. Skype Back In Court
  125. Comcast Floats a 250GB Monthly Bandwidth Limit
  126. In Australia, XP Cheaper Than Linux On Eee 900
  127. Best Buy Puts $2.1 Billion Into European Cell Retailer
  128. Firefox Vietnamese Language Pack Infected With Trojan
  129. China to Deploy Secure GPS by 2010
  130. DOE Pumps $126.6 Million Into Carbon Sequestration
  131. MPAA is Awarded $110 Million In TorrentSpy Case
  132. A Copyright Cop In Every Zune
  133. Comcast Mulling Net Usage Cap to Discourage 'Excessive' Use
  134. Iphone Coming to Latin America
  135. id Software Announces Doom 4
  136. Data Recovered From Space Shuttle Columbia HDD
  137. China to Deploy Secure GPS by 2010
  138. NASA Builds a Cheap Standardized Space Probe
  139. NASA Offers $5000 a Month For You to Lie in Bed
  140. China to Deploy Secure GPS by 2010
  141. NASA Builds a Cheap Standardized Space Probe
  142. Spore, Mass Effect DRM Phone Home For Single-Player Gaming
  143. DOE Pumps $126.6 Million into Carbon Sequestration
  144. May 8, 1790: Liberté! Egalité! Métriqué!
  145. Gear Gallery: New Motorola Slider, Mobile TV and the Ultimate Gadget Watch
  146. Firefox Infects Vietnamese Users With Trojan Code
  147. Author: Microsoft is Still Here, Dammit!
  148. Airline Emissions: Even Worse Than You Think
  149. Report: Hoax Anti-Obama E-Mails Still Fool Dumb White Guys
  150. MPAA is Awarded $110 million in TorrentSpy Case
  151. Radiohead Extends Remix Voting as Entrants Bellyache
  152. Is Tween Vampire Flick 'Twilight' the Next 'Harry Potter'?
  153. Hello NASty: DroboShare Storage, HP's Media Vault 2120 Reviewed
  154. Microsoft's Blue Hat Conference
  155. TorrentSpy Dinged $111 Million in MPAA Lawsuit
  156. New Anti-Obesity Drugs Could Stunt Kids' Brains
  157. NASA Offers $5,000 a Month for You to Lie in Bed
  158. 'Grand Theft Auto IV' by the Numbers
  159. Air Force's Scare-Mongering Space Ad Shoves Facts Out the Airlock
  160. How Scuba Tanks and Bungee Cords Could Save NASA a Fortune
  161. Archive.org Defeats FBI's Demand For User Information
  162. IBM, Microsoft Trounce Apple in Climate-Friendliness Showdown
  163. Air Force's Scare-Mongering Space Ad Shoves Facts Out the Airlock
  164. A Copyright Cop In Every Zune
  165. Nintendo Channel Stealth-Launches, Wants Your Info
  166. Chief RIAA Litigator Named Colorado Judge
  167. Online Music Festival Takes Interactive Leap
  168. Know Nukes — How to Survive an Atomic Blast
  169. Now GPS Can Tell You Where the Cops Are
  170. Gaming Gear Showdown, Simplicity vs. Hype
  171. US State Dept. Loses Anti-Terrorist Program Laptops
  172. Data Recovered From Space Shuttle Columbia HDD
  173. FBI Targets Internet Archive With Secret 'National Security Letter,' Loses
  174. You 2.0: Closing the Genetic Gap
  175. Space Nazis Attack in Sci-Fi Spoof 'Iron Sky'
  176. Terrorist Recognition Handbook
  177. UAVs Will Study Californian Smog
  178. Washingtonpost.com Wants Identities of Posters
  179. First Town In US To Become 100% Wind Powered
  180. "Crimeserver" Full of Personal/Business Data Found
  181. Spore, Mass Effect DRM Phone Home For Single-Player Gaming
  182. First Caller-ID Spoofers Punished
  183. OpenOffice.org 3.0 Beta Released
  184. Internet2 and You
  185. CCTVs Don't Work in the UK
  186. Spore, Mass Effect DRM Phone Home For Single Player Gaming
  187. Tech's Top 10 Workspaces
  188. At Long Last, Windows XP SP3 Arrives. Again.
  189. Want a Psystar? Be Careful What You Wish For.
  190. A Yottabyte of Storage Per Year by 2013
  191. Internet2 and You
  192. Microsoft Going 'Independent' Way: Gates
  193. Cisco Q3 Profit Beats Estimates
  194. Tech's Top 10 Workspaces
  195. Company Floats Ads in 'Clouds' Shaped Like Logos
  196. Clearwire, Sprint Nextel to Form $14.55 Billion Wireless Company
  197. First Caller-ID Spoofers Punished
  198. Earth May Once Have Had Multiple Moons
  199. Books On Electronics For the Lay Programmer?
  200. Investigate the Pentagon Pundit Project (and The New York Times) Yourself, Online
  201. Feed Your Mind With Impressive Information
  202. Iron Sky Trailer
  203. Clinton, McCain Gas-Tax Cut Reimagined as Phishing Scam
  204. Washingtonpost.com Wants Identities of Posters
  205. San Diego GOP Chairman Alleged To Be a Fairlight Co-Founder
  206. Malware vs. Anti-Malware, 20 Years Into The Fray
  207. May 7, 1895: Calculator Learns to Multiply
  208. In Next-Gen Bullets and Bombs, Even the Casing Explodes
  209. Alt Text: Sad Explanations for Supernatural Phenomena
  210. First Town In US To Become 100% Wind Powered
  211. Travel Tips for Globetrotting Geeks
  212. Qtrax Inks Deal With Universal for Legal P2P Music
  213. Isohunt Founder at Center of U.S. Torrent-Tracking Legal Battle
  214. 'Mass Effect' for PC Includes Serious Security Measures
  215. "Crimeserver" Full of Personal/Business Data Found
  216. In-Depth With Qt 4.4
  217. MySQL Reverses Decision On Closed Source
  218. Hacking Canon Point-and-Shoot Cameras
  219. How To Move Your Linux Systems To ext4
  220. Florida Judge Smacks Down RIAA
  221. Why Yahoo Turned Microsoft Down
  222. Wired's 'Boom Blox' Blowout
  223. Video: Why 'Boom Blox' Rocks and 'Mario Kart Wii' Doesn't
  224. Fusion 2 Ups the Ante for Mac Virtualization
  225. IM Iron Man
  226. Who Owns Software?
  227. Peter Gabriel's Web Server Stolen
  228. Review: Spielberg's 'Boom Blox' Rocks
  229. Pentagon Wants Cyberwar Range to 'Replicate Human Behavior and Frailties'
  230. Malware vs. Anti-Malware, 20 Years Into The Fray
  231. Prototyping 50 Games in One Semester
  232. Satan, Britney Spears Top Paris Hilton In OSS References
  233. Skip an Ad? Not if You Picked It
  234. It's a Gene-Test Jungle Out There, So Watch It
  235. Satan, Britney Spears Top Paris Hilton In OSS References
  236. Warner Music Group Plays with the Price of Music
  237. Do Zebra Stripes Actually Help?
  238. NYT: Yang Says Microsoft Didnt Want to Negotiate
  239. Wireless Power Companies Merge, But No Real-Life Devices Yet
  240. RIAA Says No Mystery In Rash of College Complaints
  241. Colbert, will.i.am Among Special Webby Winners
  242. Microsoft Adds TV Shows to Zune Marketplace
  243. RIAA Says No Mystery in Rash of College Complaints
  244. Stupid Hacker Tricks - The Folly of Youth
  245. Stupid Hacker tricks - The Folly of Youth
  246. Gaze Gaming Tech Promises Faster Eye-Controlled Interaction
  247. US Court Orders Company to Use Negative Keywords
  248. Yahoo Sets July 3 Annual Meeting: Expect Fireworks
  249. Melting Microchip Defects May Extend Moore's Law
  250. Does Ballmer Need To Go?