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  1. Stupid Hacker tricks - The Folly of Youth
  2. Gaze Gaming Tech Promises Faster Eye-Controlled Interaction
  3. US Court Orders Company to Use Negative Keywords
  4. Yahoo Sets July 3 Annual Meeting: Expect Fireworks
  5. Melting Microchip Defects May Extend Moore's Law
  6. Does Ballmer Need To Go?
  7. CoreCodec Apologizes For CoreAVC Takedown
  8. Does Ballmer Need To Go?
  9. Cell Phones, Missing Persons, and Privacy
  10. Agenda Online for Bleeding-edge .NET Conference
  11. Google Nervous About Verizon's Open Access
  12. Linux Desktop Distro Shootout
  13. Lights, Rockets, Robots Take Center Stage at Maker's Faire
  14. Wired Video: How to Make Carrot 'Caviar'
  15. Spielberg's 'Boom Blox' Brings Art of Destruction to the Wii
  16. May 6, 1937: A Ball of Fire und Alles Ist Kaput
  17. Games Without Frontiers: Online Play Kicks 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Into Overdrive
  18. Pentagon Wants Cyberwar Range to 'Replicate Human Behavior and Frailties'
  19. Internet Mysteries: How Much File Sharing Traffic Travels the Net?
  20. VeriSign Granted a Patent Covering SiteFinder
  21. Megapixel, Shmegapixel. Do's and Don'ts for Digital-Camera Buyers
  22. Essential Camping Gadgets for City Dwellers
  23. Steven Spielberg's Wii-Inspired Videogame Is a Demolitious Block Party
  24. How Microsoft Dropped the Ball With Developers
  25. ACLU Warns of Next Pass At Telecom Immunity
  26. Hands-On With SteelSeries Ikari Mouse and New 7G Gaming Keyboard
  27. OpenSolaris Indiana Released
  28. Did Bill Miller Blow the Microsoft-Yahoo Deal?
  29. War Brewing on the Inexpensive Laptop Front
  30. Yahoo Shareholders Restive After Deal Collapses
  31. Monster.com Founder Starts Social Networking Site for the Dead
  32. Gaze Gaming Tech Promises Faster Eye-Controlled Interaction
  33. Maker Faire 2008: Scale Model Battleships and Pyrotechnic Sculpture
  34. Gaze Gaming Tech Promises Faster Eye-Controled Interaction
  35. First 'Massively Multi-User Online Music Fest' in Works
  36. Creative Clones the Flip, a Popular $100 Camcorder
  37. Second Person
  38. Tesla Motors Opens Retail Store
  39. Your Next Flight May Be Fueled by Trash. And Manure
  40. Wired.com Photo Contest: Black and White
  41. Top 10 Wired.com Reader Transportation Photos, Decided by You
  42. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Transportation Photo Contest
  43. US Court Orders Company to Use Negative Keywords
  44. Tesla Motors Opens Retail Store
  45. ISPs & P2P, Getting Along Without Getting Cozy
  46. Nine Inch Nails Gives Fans 'The Slip'
  47. Beauty and the Beak: Bald Eagle Goes Bionic
  48. Linux Desktop Distro Shootout
  49. How Water Forms in Interstellar Space at 10K
  50. Speed Racer's Visual FX Uncovered
  51. Mavel-ous 'Iron Man' Pure Gold at the Box Office
  52. DT mulling bid for Sprint Nextel
  53. Speed Racer's Visual FX Uncovered
  54. China's Cyberwar Against India
  55. China's Cyberwaar Against India
  56. China Wants US-Owned Hotels to Censor Internet
  57. 100 Email Bouncebacks - Welcome to Backscattering
  58. The Continuing War Against Microsoft's "Facts" Campaign
  59. Smarter Electric Grid Could Save Power
  60. Homer Simpson Drawn With Web 2.0-Style ASCII Art
  61. Stealth Paint From German Inventor Werner Nickel
  62. Senators: What's Up With the Secret Cybersecurity Plans?
  63. May 5, 1992: 'Wolfenstein 3-D' Shoots the First-Person Shooter Into Stardom
  64. Google Pulls Open Source CoreAVC Project Over DMCA Complaint
  65. Behind the Scenes at Maker Faire's Bot Battles
  66. Use BitTorrent To Verify, Clean Up Files
  67. Science Documentaries for Youngsters?
  68. Electronic Warfare Insects Coming Soon
  69. Jack Thompson's Letter To Take-Two Exec's Mother
  70. China Farms the World to Feed Ravenous Economy
  71. Stealth Paint From German Inventor Werner Nickle
  72. MacGyver Film In the Works?
  73. Bringing Surgical Robots Into the Mainsteam
  74. Smarter Electric Grid Could Save Power
  75. The Mac In the Gray Flannel Suit
  76. Modeling Supernovae With a Supercomputer
  77. Science Documentaries for Youngsters
  78. Taser International Wins Lawsuit to Change Cause of Death
  79. Taser Manufacturer Wins Lawsuit to Change Cause of Death
  80. Dan Rutter Suggests Tossing Some Wi-Fi At the Neighbors
  81. Google To Be Sued in UK For Trademark-Linked Ads
  82. An Inside Look At Iran's Nuclear Program
  83. Google To Be Sued in UK For Trademark-Linked Ads
  84. Iron Man's Soundtrack Draws on Heavy Sonic Roots
  85. How Earth Resembles a Gooey Confection
  86. Data Centers Expected to Pollute More Than Airlines by 2020
  87. ASIMO to Conduct Symphony Orchestra
  88. NewYorkCountryLawyer Debates RIAA VP
  89. Microsoft Walks! Says Yahoo Demands Don't Make Sense
  90. EV71 Outbreak In China Sparks Fears For Olympics
  91. Microsoft Withdraws Bid for Yahoo!
  92. PCs Go on Sale in Cuba for the First Time
  93. Amazon Sues New York Over Net Sales Tax
  94. Record Arctic Sea Ice Melt Predicted for Summer
  95. Microsoft Withdraws Yahoo Takeover Offer
  96. EV71 Outbreak In China Sparks Fears For Olympics
  97. An Inside Look At Iran's Nuclear Program
  98. Making Free Phone Calls With Google's GrandCentral
  99. Extracting Meaning From the Structure of Networks
  100. Microsoft Increases Yahoo Offer to Over $31 a Share
  101. MiniOn ARM Microcontroller Programming System
  102. Folders vs. Tags For Shared Email Accounts?
  103. Review: 'Mario Kart Wii' Skids Way Off the Road
  104. Reducing the Power Consumption of Overclocked PCs
  105. Open-Source Multitouch Display
  106. Quickies — MIT's Intelligent Sticky Notes
  107. Windows in Brazil Costs 20% of Per Capita Business Income
  108. Slackware 12.1 Released
  109. Open-Source Multitouch Display
  110. Brazil Pays 20.1% of Income to Microsoft
  111. Ajax Performance Analysis
  112. Ajax Performance Analysis
  113. Ajax Performance Analysis
  114. Iron Man Released
  115. Cuba Lifts Ban on Home Computers
  116. ASIMO to Conduct Symphony Orchestra
  117. NVIDIA Shaking Up the Parallel Programming World
  118. NewYorkCountryLawyer Debates RIAA VP
  119. Slackware 12.1 Released
  120. Open-Source, Multitouch Display
  121. Wired.com Readers' Most-Wanted Rare Gadgets
  122. Review: AT&T Mobile TV — Media Flows Like Greased Lightning
  123. Quickies — MIT's Intelligent Sticky Notes
  124. Will the Real Lamont Williams Please Stand Up?
  125. Submit Your Hottest 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Easter Egg Finds
  126. Maker Faire: Flaming Sculpture, DIY Demos
  127. Raytheon Exoskeleton Brings "Iron Man" to Life
  128. How to Make a Prius Look Good: Chop Off the Top
  129. Interview With Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz
  130. Tip to Microsoft: Buy AOL, Not Yahoo
  131. Virginia Top Court to Re-Hear Spammer's Conviction
  132. Volvo Promises an Injury-Proof Car by 2020
  133. Wired.com's 'Iron Man' Extravaganza: Everything You Need to Know
  134. New President for OLPC Organization
  135. Bill Would Bar US Companies From Net Censorship
  136. Exclusive Video: Babbage's Mechanical Calculator Comes to Life
  137. Why Can't Hollywood Get Science Right?
  138. Convert Your Word Docs to Web Pages
  139. Hobbyist Renewable Energy?
  140. Stealth Fighter's Secrets are Safe, Contractor Insists
  141. California Court Posts SSNs, Medical Records
  142. Inflated MySpace Music Counters? Shocking!!
  143. Twitter Reportedly May Abandon Ruby On Rails
  144. Sun Microsystems 3Q Loss Stuns Wall Street
  145. Google's Audio CAPTCHA Falls To Automated Attack
  146. Note The Time: Facebook Chat Hacked
  147. AT&T Accidentally Provides Free Wi-Fi To All
  148. AT&T Accidentally Provides Free Wi-Fi To All
  149. How Would You Make a Murder Look Like a Suicide?
  150. Viacom 1Q Profit Up a 'Rock Band' Fueled 33 Percent
  151. SCO's McBride Testifies "Linux Is a copy of UNIX"
  152. Judge Apologizes, Pays $100,000 to Software Mogul Tom Seibel
  153. WSJ: Miscrosoft Does The Bad Cop / Not-So-Bad Cop Routine
  154. 2008 International Broadband Rankings
  155. Massive Increase in RIAA Copyright Notices
  156. Amazon Fights Back Against NY Online Sales Tax
  157. Proposed Telescope Focuses Light Without Mirror Or Lens
  158. Stan Lee Is a Ladies' Man in Iron Man Cameo
  159. May 2, 1887: Celluloid-Film Patent Ignites Long Legal Battle
  160. Games Without Frontiers: 'Grand Theft Auto IV' Delivers Deft Satire of Street Life
  161. Gallery: Jin Saotome's Super-Cool Custom Superheroes
  162. Dark Day for DVDs: iTunes Gets Same-Day Movie Releases
  163. Creative Sued for Base-10 Capacities On HDD MP3 Players
  164. Unix Group Takes UK Standards Body To Court Over OOXML
  165. PRO-IP Act Passes Judiciary Committee
  166. From Welding to Weddings, DIY Rules at Maker Faire
  167. Nevada Governor to Bill Fossett Widow For Search
  168. Sneaky Safari Update Triples Its Windows Market Share
  169. Superheroes Stoke Summer Movie Onslaught
  170. Early Contenders for the Automotive X-Prize
  171. PRO-IP Act Passes Judiciary Committee
  172. Cyberwarfare: Darpa's New 'Space Race'
  173. Purdue Plans a 1-Day Supercomputer "Barnraising"
  174. Orson Scott Card Blasts J.K. Rowling's Lawsuit
  175. Self-Healing Robots of Doom From UPenn
  176. Oregon's New Censorship Law Challenged In Court
  177. Steampunk Jeweler Makes Tiny Clockwork Tchotchkes
  178. Nevada Governor to Bill Fossett Widow For Search
  179. Video Demo of Microsoft's "Containerized" Data Storage
  180. Darl McBride Takes the Stand In Novell v. SCO
  181. Stealth Fighter Security 'May Have Been Compromised'
  182. Orson Scott Card blasts J.K. Rowling's Lawsuit
  183. Radiohead Contest Generates Over 2,200 Remixes
  184. BMW Bringing Back the Isetta — as an EV
  185. Tech Start-ups Aren't Just for Wunderkinds
  186. MADD Targets GTA IV Over Drunk Driving Scene
  187. EBay Says Craigslist Held Secret Meetings, Pushed It Off the Board
  188. Analysis: RIAA Retains Muscle Under Howell Ruling
  189. Self-Healing Robots of Doom From UPenn
  190. On This Date in 1964, the First BASIC Program
  191. Oregon's New Censorship Law Challenged In Court
  192. House Set to Pass Anti-Genetic Discrimination Bill
  193. XP SP3: Now You See It, Now You Don't
  194. The Science of Iron Man
  195. Adobe Opens the FLV and SWF Formats
  196. Tilera Releases 64-Way Chip Dev Tools
  197. MADD Targets GTA IV Over Drunk Driving Scene
  198. Storm Botnet Subsides For Now
  199. Google Sets Sights On 3D Map of the Oceans
  200. WSJ: Ballmer Empowered to Talk or Walk by Microsoft Board
  201. Federal Judge Sets Formula for Internet Music Royalties
  202. DARPA Sponsors a Hunt For Malware In Microchips
  203. AT&T Launching Mobile TV May 4th
  204. AT&T Launches TV Service, rivaling Verizon
  205. German Firms Patent Scented Text Messaging
  206. FSF-Approved gNewSense 2.0 Released
  207. Adobe Opens the FLV and SWF Formats
  208. Video: AT&T launching Mobile TV May 4th, demonstrated on LG Vu
  209. KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 Released
  210. Survival Gear That's Just Crazy Enough to Work
  211. America's Dilemma: Close Security Holes, or Exploit Them Ourselves
  212. NSA Releases Historical Documents on TEMPEST
  213. Stay Juiced Anywhere in the World
  214. May 1, 1964: First Basic Program Runs
  215. Tilera Releases 64-Way Chip Dev Tools
  216. $160 Billion Robotic Army Network Passes First Big Test. Kinda.
  217. Psystar Open Computer Notes, Benchmarks and Video
  218. Hans Reiser Clams Up in Jailhouse Interview
  219. Websites Go Crazy Tracking Urban Eccentrics
  220. Gas Tax Holiday = Cheap Votes
  221. Review: 'Iron Man' a New High for Robert Downey Jr.
  222. MIT Class Calculates Carbon Footprint of 'The Man'
  223. Scientology Shares Secrets on YouTube ... Sort Of
  224. Group Accused of High-Tech Dirty Tricks to Suppress Black Vote
  225. Xerox Demos Self-Erasing, Eco-Friendly Paper
  226. Memristor — 4th Basic Element of Circuits
  227. GM Says We Won't Give Up SUVs, But We'll Plug Them In
  228. Video: 'Forever Drone' Contest Heats Up
  229. Why Life On Mars May Foretell Our Doom
  230. Google Sets Sights On 3D Map of the Oceans
  231. Home Tweet Home: Energy-Savvy House Broadcasts on Twitter
  232. The Counterintuitive Evolutionary Lesson of Nutcracker Man
  233. Google Sets Sights on 3D Map of the Oceans
  234. Berners-Lee Claims Web 'Still In Infancy'
  235. Is Ubuntu Selling Out or Growing Up?
  236. Is Help Desk a Launchpad or a Dead End?
  237. Scientists Discover Missing Electronic 'Element'
  238. Is Help Desk a Launchpad or a Dead End?
  239. Pidgin Controversy Triggers Fork
  240. Recession? Not in the Advertising Business
  241. Declassified NSA Document Reveals the Secret History of TEMPEST
  242. Building Powerful and Robust Websites With Drupal 6
  243. Nvidia's Chief Scientist on the Future of the GPU
  244. Berners-Lee Claims Web 'Still in Infancy'
  245. Unexpected Slashdot Downtime
  246. Giant Squid Can Really Keep an Eye on Things
  247. Judge Bucks Trend, Rules Music Sharing Not Necessarily Infringement
  248. Whitehouse Emails Were Lost Due to "Upgrade"
  249. Wikipedia Overrules DOJ
  250. Rumor: AT&T to Subsidize New 3-G iPhones