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  1. Nintendo: Average Wii Sits on Shelf for Just an Hour
  2. NYC Is Getting a New High-Tech Defense Perimeter. Let's Hope It Works
  3. 15th Anniversary: Underwater-Robot-Building MIT-Defeating High Schoolers Grow Up
  4. Negroponte Says Windows "Runs Well" On XO Laptop
  5. Honda Robot Will Conduct Detroit Symphony
  6. Iron Man's Suit Defies Physics -- Mostly
  7. Kicker iPod Dock Punches You in the Chest With Sound
  8. How to Fight a Ticket
  9. Evidence Of Glaciers On Mars Suggests Recent Climate Activity
  10. FCC Reports Comcast P2P Blocking Was More Widespread
  11. Behind the Memes: Ji Lee, Bubble Project Media Jammer
  12. Is Apple Recession Proof? Find Out Today
  13. Sun to Fully Open Source Java
  14. FBI Renews Push for ISP Data Retention Laws
  15. Sony To Launch PS3 Video Download Service
  16. Craigslist's Feelings Are Hurt, Lashes Back at eBay
  17. Finnish Electric Solar Sail Nears Implementation
  18. DARPA Working On Arthur C. Clarke Weapon Idea
  19. Reader Poll: Did the Prosecution Prove Murder in the Hans Reiser Trial?
  20. 'Evolution of the Internet' Powers Massive LHC Grid
  21. AMD's Triple-Core Phenom X3 Processor Launched
  22. Conserve Biodiversity or Risk Medical Losses, U.N. Warns
  23. Craigslist Fires Back, Calls eBay's Actions 'Unethical'
  24. eBay Sues Craigslist
  25. Obama Concedes Nothing in Post-Primary YouTube Video
  26. Microsoft Takes a Step Away From the Desktop
  27. Latin America, a Leader in Alternative Aviation Fuel
  28. First Looks at Microsoft's New 'Live Mesh' Platform
  29. Seagate Ships Billionth Hard Drive
  30. Seagate Ships Billionth Hard Drive
  31. Sony to Buy Gracenote
  32. Apple Buys a Chip Company for $278M
  33. Next-Generation CAPTCHA Exploits the Semantic Gap
  34. EMI Says Online File Storage Is Illegal
  35. GPS Used To Find Graves In Eco-Burial Sites
  36. Top 10 Wired Reader Macro Photos, Decided by You
  37. What's Wired This Month: Portishead's Return, Wii Fit, Torrentfreedom.com
  38. Cloud Computing. Available at Amazon.com Today
  39. Caffeinate With Care: Small Shots Do a Brain Better Than Big Blasts
  40. Alt Text: Twitter Away Your Life With Social Networking
  41. Storing Data For the Next 1,000 Years
  42. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Macro Photo Contest
  43. German Wikipedia To Be Published As a Book
  44. Wired.com Photo Contest: Transportation
  45. How to Become an Energy Drink Connoisseur
  46. April 23, 1940: Batteries Included, and They Don't Leak
  47. Pennsylvania Election Results Mapped With Voters' Race, Age and Religion
  48. History's Five Best Interface Designs
  49. MSN Music DRM Servers Going Dark In September
  50. Microsoft Loses Appeal of "Vista-Capable" Lawsuit
  51. 'Nova' Goes Open Source for 'Car of the Future'
  52. Guitar Hero to Become Everything Hero
  53. Yahoo Q1 Profit Comfortably Beats Estimates
  54. $1/Gallon "Green Gasoline" In Sight
  55. Pentagon Manipulating TV Analysts
  56. Google's Latest Move Hints at Next-Generation Social Network
  57. Bill Gates on Pharmaceuticals: The System Isn't Working
  58. Your Earth Day: 7 Online Tools for a Green Wired Life
  59. Blogger Successfully Quashes Subpoena
  60. Turn Your MacBook Into a Seismometer
  61. Happy Earth Day: Beautiful Pictures of Our Planet
  62. Behind the Memes: iJustine Reveals Offline Talents
  63. Marshall University Challenges RIAA
  64. Photobucket Opens Up to Mashups With New Developer's Tools
  65. Why Cheaters Prosper in 'Grand Theft Auto'
  66. Recruiting Friendly Botnets To Counter Bad Botnets
  67. Bluetooth Surveillance Tested In the UK
  68. Overstock Accused of Stock Manipulation
  69. Merger Most Foul: Hard Road Ahead for Delta, Northwest
  70. Laptops Can Be Searched At the Border
  71. 80% of MS Server Protocols Are Unpatented
  72. Crossing the Atlantic With Barely Enough Fuel to Spare
  73. How Duct Tape Saved Apollo 17's Moon Buggy
  74. Blizzard to Boll - DENIED!
  75. California Will Help China With Cutting Emissions
  76. Hawking: Intelligent Life Elsewhere? Sure, but Likely Rare
  77. Survey: Mobile Banking Catching On ... Slowly
  78. Love the Steak and Save the Cow
  79. Fujitsu HDD with AES 256-bit Encryption
  80. Walter Bender Resigns From OLPC
  81. Blizzard to Boll - DENIED!
  82. Stephen Hawking Thinks Aliens Likely
  83. Stephen Hawking Thinks Aliens Likely
  84. NJ Supreme Court Rules For Internet Privacy
  85. The Military Plans To Regrow Body Parts
  86. How To Build a $188M Submarine Cable System
  87. Unreleased Atari 2600 Game Found At Flea Market
  88. Patent Chief Decries Continued Downward Spiral of Patent Quality
  89. Private Efforts Fill Gaps In Earth's Asteroid Defenses
  90. iGoogle Launches Developer Sandbox
  91. F-117A Stealth Fighter Retired
  92. Want to Remember Everything You'll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm
  93. Get Smarter: 12 Hacks That Will Amp Up Your Brainpower
  94. Find Your Inner Spock: Jonny Magic's Logic Tips
  95. 6 Intelligence Myths Exposed
  96. A New Kind of Science Collaboration
  97. PayPal Denies It Will Block Safari
  98. April 22, 1915: A Fearful Word in the Trenches: 'Gas!'
  99. Web 2.0 Expo Preview: Torture by Information Overload
  100. Ron Paul Supporters for John McCain?
  101. How to Trick Out Your MySpace Page
  102. Behind the Memes: Chris Hastings, Creator of 'Dr. McNinja'
  103. Windows XP SP3 Released To Manufacturing
  104. Google-Backed Solar Startup Picks Up Steam, $130 Million
  105. ISPs Blow Off Stanford Net Neutrality Hearing
  106. Candidates Head Into Key Primary, Images Battered By Bloggers
  107. Comcast, Pando Partner For "P2P Bill of Rights"
  108. Caught Red-Handed: Russian MiG Downs a Georgian Drone
  109. Pay Attention! Brain Scanners Detect Slip-Ups Before You Do
  110. Extreme Linux Server Available to North America
  111. Cyber Defense Competition Has A New Champion
  112. Poll: Is 'Okami' Worst Box Art Gaffe Ever?
  113. Office 2007 Fails OOXML Test With 122,000 Errors
  114. NASA Wants its MMO Created for Free
  115. The New School of Information Security
  116. GPS Navigation Could Boost Fuel Efficiency on Oceanic Flights
  117. Video: How to Win an Internet Argument
  118. Bjork's Wanderlust in 2-D
  119. F-117A Stealth Fighter Retired
  120. Free Open Source Software Is Costing Vendors $60 Billion?
  121. Microsoft-Novell Takes Open-Source to China
  122. If You Love Robots, Then This Is Your Kind of Conclave
  123. Curbs Urged on Biofuel Subsidies as Food Costs Rise
  124. Patent Chief Decries Continued Downward Spiral of Patent Quality
  125. Free Open Source Software Is Costing Vendors $60 Billion
  126. Compressed Signals Lead to 'High Dissatisfaction' TV
  127. Will She Be Back? Rumors Fly for Sarah Connor Chronicles
  128. Western Digital's VelociRaptor 10K RPM SATA Drive
  129. The End of Non-Widescreen Laptops?
  130. Russia To Require Registration For Wi-Fi Use
  131. D&D 4th Ed vs. Open Gaming
  132. PETA Offers X-Prize for Artificial Meat
  133. Ben Stein's 'Expelled' - Evolution, Academia and Conformity
  134. JFK, LAX To Test Millimeter-Wave Scanners
  135. Laser Pointers Classed as Weapons in Australia
  136. The Making of Björk's 3-D 'Wanderlust' Video
  137. Rupert Murdoch Firm Goes on Trial for Alleged Tech Sabotage
  138. Garbage In, Garden Out: Inside the Tech Trash Disassembly Line
  139. April 21, 1878: Thinking Fast, Firefighter Slides Down a Pole
  140. Russia to Require Registration for Wi-Fi Use
  141. Wired.com Exclusive: Watch Björk's 'Wanderlust' in 3-D
  142. Games Without Frontiers: Poetic 'Passage' Provokes Heavy Thoughts on Life, Death
  143. Court Finds Part of Copyright Act Unconstitutional
  144. The Inside Story on Norway's Yes to OOXML
  145. Russia Announces End to Space Tourism in 2010
  146. What is the First Day in a University Lab Like?
  147. What is the First Day in a University Lab Like?
  148. Galactica's Future as 'Allegory for the American Revolution'
  149. Green Funerals: An Eco-Friendly Way to Leave the Earth
  150. Study: Americans Are Happiest in Their Golden Years
  151. World Domination, or at Least a Couple of Bucks
  152. WiiMan, the Nintendo Wii Super Hero
  153. Will the Earth's Tail Fry Moon Visitors?
  154. Widespread Keyboard Failures on OLPC's XO-1
  155. Google Invests In Genetic Indexing
  156. Ballmer Calls Vista 'A Work In Progress'
  157. Ballmer Calls Vista 'A Work In Progress'
  158. Information Security Is Becoming Infrastructure
  159. Ballmer Calls Vista 'A Work In Progress'
  160. Is Open Source the Answer To Giving?
  161. US Government to Have Only 50 Gateways
  162. Tesla's High-Tech Lawsuits in Silicon Valley War
  163. Major ISPs Injecting Ads, Vulnerabilities Into Web
  164. Edward Lorenz, Father of Chaos Theory, Dies at 90
  165. British Police Use Facebook to Gather Evidence
  166. 18 U.S. States Pledge Action at Climate Change Meeting
  167. Coolest University Tech Lab Projects in the Works
  168. InPhase Technologies Promises Holographic Drive in May
  169. .su Lives On, Stronger Than Ever
  170. ISPs' Error Page Ads Let Hackers Hijack Entire Web
  171. Facebook Harnesses Users' Translation Skills for Free
  172. Google's Stock Rises 20 Percent for a Record 1-Day Gain
  173. .su Lives On, Stronger than Ever
  174. What Are the Best Laptop Theft Recovery Measures?
  175. Major ISPs Injecting Ads, Vulnerabilities Into Web
  176. AT&T Claims Internet to Reach Capacity in 2010
  177. Dilbert Goes Flash, Readers Revolt
  178. Dilbert Goes Flash, Readers Revolt
  179. Top 5 Reasons to Dislike Pre-Med Students
  180. Microsoft Quietly Offering Ad-Funded Version of Works
  181. Wikileaks Sidesteps Publishing Public PGP Key
  182. Sacha Baron Cohen Wikipedia Entry Creates Circular References
  183. Soyuz Ballistic Re-entry 300 Miles Off Course
  184. 3G iPhone Expected in June
  185. Sacha Baron Cohen Wikipedia Entry Creates Circular References
  186. Soyuz Ballistic Re-entry 300 Miles Off Course
  187. FBI and Next-Gen P2P Monitoring
  188. Sacha Baron Cohen Wikipedia Entry Creates Circular References
  189. FBI and Next-Gen P2P Monitoring
  190. CNN Website Targeted by DoS
  191. Why Good Data Can Be Hard to Find Online
  192. Soyuz Ballistic Re-entry 300 Miles Off Course
  193. NBC to Create Programs Centered on Sponsors
  194. EBay Mulling Skype Sale
  195. FBI and Next-Gen P2P Monitoring
  196. Pirate Bay Launches Free Speech Blog
  197. Hackontest — 24h Open Source Coding Marathon
  198. Pirate Bay launches free speech blog
  199. Eee Is 1st Windows Laptop To Support Multi-Touch
  200. How to use Skype to make PSP as PSP phone
  201. Vitriolic Artists Send Visitors on a Sulfuric Acid Trip
  202. Three Smart Things You Should Know About Helium
  203. Lost Infocom Games Discovered
  204. A Tech Lover's Call to Arms
  205. Why Good Data Can Be Hard to Find Online
  206. Wired.com's Leander Kahney Knows the Mind of Steve Jobs
  207. How to Back Up Your Flickr Photos on Linux With Flickrfs
  208. NBC to Create Programs Centered on Sponsors
  209. A Bad, Bad Idea: The Anti-Hijacking Safety Bracelet
  210. eBay Mulling Skype Sale
  211. Sort Tons of Beach Trash With Wired's Spreadsheet
  212. Woman Sues Blockbuster for Facebook Privacy Violations
  213. Worlds Collide as 'Mortal Kombat' Meets DC Comics
  214. $399 Mac Clone Most Likely a Hoax
  215. Apple Eases Aggressive Software Update Tactics
  216. Review: 21st-Century Ghetto Blaster Makes Us Want to Do the Right Bling
  217. Cheap, Flying Robot Butterfly Wows the Kids
  218. Microsoft "Albany" Offers Office and Security as Subscription
  219. 'Nerdic' Geek Speak Taking World by Storm?
  220. Look Who's Beating Up on Google
  221. Video Blogger Kevin Sites Keeps One Foot in the War Zone
  222. Lockheed Martin Tests New Spacecraft Prototype
  223. Inside Story of Galactica's Crazy Closers
  224. How Google Is Blowing It on Social Networking
  225. Judas Priest's 'Screaming for Vengeance' Becomes First Downloadable 'Rock Band' Album
  226. FCC Gets an Earful From Open-Net Defenders at Stanford
  227. Cybersecurity and Piracy on the High Seas
  228. Fedora 9 Preview Cleared for Launch
  229. 'Infocom Drive' Turns Up Long-Lost 'Hitchhiker' Sequel
  230. NBC Universal Will Make Programs Tied to Sponsor Products
  231. Cars Pollute, But Perhaps Not as Bad as We Thought
  232. IBM's Pilot Program For Internal Use of Macs
  233. Windows Update Can Hurt Security
  234. A New Family of High-Temperature Superconductors
  235. NBC Universal Will Make Programs Tied to Sponsor Products
  236. First Look: Speed Racer Zips in Candy-Colored World
  237. "Judicial Scandal" In Pirate Bay Case
  238. Chinese Blogs, Netizens React To the Tibet Issue
  239. U. of Chicago Law School Blocks Internet Access
  240. RIAA Sues Homeless Man
  241. UK Scientists Make Transistor One Atom Long, 10 Atoms Wide
  242. NULL Pointer Exploit Excites Researchers
  243. BitTorrent Use Up 24% Since November
  244. Study Confirms ISPs Meddle With Web Traffic
  245. April 18, 1906: Mother Nature 1, San Francisco 0
  246. PayPal Plans To Ban Unsafe Browsers
  247. Carl Zimmer's Dissection: The More We Know About Genes, the Less We Understand
  248. Complete Darwin Papers Debut on Internet
  249. Sci-Fi Shows Set to Dominate Fox's Fall Lineup
  250. Major-Label Money Could Taint Music Blogs