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  1. Meteorites May Have Delivered Seeds of Life on Earth
  2. Scientists Discover Gene For Ruthlessness
  3. Charlton Heston's Impact On Sci-Fi
  4. 11 Innovation Lessons From the Creators of World of Warcraft
  5. VR Study Says 40% of Us Are Paranoid
  6. College Board Kills AP Computer Science AB
  7. China Allows Access to English Wikipedia
  8. UK Banking Law Blames Customers For Insecure OS
  9. Lawyer Banned for Threatening File-Sharers
  10. The Cost of Electronic Voting
  11. Writers Find Blogging To Be a Stressful Method of Reporting
  12. Google Sued Over Privacy Invasion On Street View
  13. Former Crypto-Analyst Analyzes the Danger of Nuclear Weapon Stockpiles
  14. Unique Broadband Over Powerline Project Planned For Mosques
  15. Venus' Stop/Start History Highlighted By Probe
  16. EU Flights Just Got Irritating; In-Flight Cell Calls OKd
  17. A Decade of OSS, 10 Years After the Summit
  18. Yahoo Would Marry Microsoft if the Dowry Was Better
  19. Comcast Blocks Web Browsing
  20. New Botnet Dwarfs Storm
  21. 10 Cool Gadgets You Can't Get Here
  22. Computer Games Make Players Less Violent
  23. Instant Messaging For Introverts
  24. POD Braces Itself Against Amazon
  25. Sweat Ducts May Act As Antenna For Lie Detection
  26. More DMCA Censorship at Yahoo!
  27. Meteorites May Have Delivered Seeds of Life on Earth
  28. Scientists Discover Gene For Ruthlessness
  29. Charlton Heston's Impact On Sci-Fi
  30. 11 Innovation Lessons From the Creators of World of Warcraft
  31. VR Study Says 40% of Us Are Paranoid
  32. College Board Kills AP Computer Science AB
  33. China Allows Access to English Wikipedia
  34. UK Banking Law Blames Customers For Insecure OS
  35. Lawyer Banned for Threatening File-Sharers
  36. The Cost of Electronic Voting
  37. Writers Find Blogging To Be a Stressful Method of Reporting
  38. Google Sued Over Privacy Invasion On Street View
  39. POD Braces Itself Against Amazon
  40. Sweat Ducts May Act As Antenna For Lie Detection
  41. More DMCA Censorship at Yahoo!
  42. Wired.com Photo Contest: Macro
  43. Top 10 Wired Reader Night Photos, Decided by You
  44. To Catch a Car Thief, the Police Exercise a Little Remote Control
  45. Meat Beat Doses the World With New Manifesto, 'Autoimmune'
  46. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Night Photo Contest
  47. DIY Home Entertainment Network in 3 Easy, Nonbankrupting Steps
  48. April 7, 1964: IBM Bets Big on System/360
  49. The Craziest Thing Gary Busey Ever Snorted Cocaine Off Of
  50. Meteorites May Have Delivered Seeds of Life on Earth
  51. Scientists Discover Gene For Ruthlessness
  52. Charlton Heston's Impact On Sci-Fi
  53. 11 Innovation Lessons From the Creators of World of Warcraft
  54. The Cost of Electronic Voting
  55. Microsoft Will Appeal Ruling in Patent Suit
  56. VR Study Says 40% of Us Are Paranoid
  57. College Board Kills AP Computer Science AB
  58. Women Over 40 Have More Contraceptive Options
  59. U.S. Military Building Virtual Strike Capabilities
  60. China Allows Access to English Wikipedia
  61. Charlton Heston Takes Some of Sci-Fi's Best Lines to the Grave
  62. UK Banking Law Blames Customers For Insecure OS
  63. Lawyer Banned for Threatening File-Sharers
  64. The Cost Of Electronic Voting
  65. Writers Find Blogging To Be a Stressful Method of Reporting
  66. Google Sued Over Privacy Invasion On Street View
  67. Former Crypto-Analyst Analyzes the Danger of Nuclear Weapon Stockpiles
  68. Unique Broadband Over Powerline Project Planned For Mosques
  69. Venus' Stop/Start History Highlighted By Probe
  70. Unique Broadband Over Power Project Planned For Mosques
  71. Venus' Stop/Start History Highlighted By Probe
  72. Dell Abandons Its Customization Roots
  73. Are Optional Ads Worth The Trouble?
  74. pizza.com Sold For $2.6m
  75. Europe's Automated Cargo Shuttle Docks With Space Station
  76. ISPs Using "Deep Packet Inspection" On 100,000 Users
  77. Dell Abandons Its Customization Roots
  78. Vista is Slower, But XP Is Still Dying
  79. Apple, New York City In Legal Dispute Over Logo
  80. RIAA's Boston University Subpoena Quashed
  81. Microsoft Threatens to Go Hostile on Yahoo
  82. The Cost of E-Voting
  83. Microsoft Sets Three Week Deadline for Yahoo! In Public Letter
  84. Charles Manson Goes Creative Commons for Record
  85. Top 5 Recreational Drug Experiments
  86. Disk Failure Rates More Myth Than Metric
  87. Federal Judges Disagree on Legality of Uploading
  88. ISP Contracts Curb Users' Rights
  89. University of Washington Tracking the Edge of Privacy
  90. Verizon Reveals Plans For "C Block" Airwaves
  91. ApacheCon Europe'08 Live Video Streaming
  92. Celebrity AD&D Character Sheets
  93. pizza.com Sold For $2.6m
  94. ApacheCon Europe'08 live video streaming
  95. ISPs Using "Deep Packet Inspection" on 100,000 Users
  96. Alcatel Awarded $367 Million in MS Patent Case
  97. Identify and Verify Users Based on How They Type
  98. Google Ends Silence On C Block Auction
  99. Qutrits Bring Quantum Computers Closer
  100. How Microsoft Plans To Get Its Groove Back With Win7
  101. New Dune Movie Confirmed
  102. Windows 7 in the Next Year?
  103. Alcatel Awarded $367 Million in MS Patent Case
  104. Computer System Makes Best Sports Bets
  105. Granular Linux Distro Preview is Worth a Look
  106. Analyst Admits Open Source Will Quietly Take Over
  107. Lecture Notes Considered Infringement
  108. ARPANET Co-Founder Calls for Flow Management
  109. UK ISP Admitted to Spying on Customers
  110. Why "Vista" Nick White Left Microsoft
  111. Bell Wants to Dump Third-Party ISP's Entirely
  112. Concept Computer Based on a Tea Cup Design
  113. Microsoft's Savvy Open Source Move
  114. US Cyber Command Reveals Plans To Hit Back At Cyber Threats
  115. Identify and Verify Users Based on How They Type
  116. Creative Backs Down on Vista Driver Debacle
  117. pizza.com Sold For $2.6m
  118. Windows 7 in the Next Year?
  119. Alcatel Awarded $367 Million in MS Patent Case
  120. Computer System Makes Best Sports Bets
  121. Identify and Verify Users Based on How They Type
  122. Granular Linux Distro Preview is Worth a Look
  123. 15th Anniversary: The Cultural Legacy of 'Neon Genesis Evangelion'
  124. Gallery: Celebrity D&D Characters, Rolled by Readers
  125. Analyst Admits Open Source Will Quietly Take Over
  126. Pitchfork.tv Takes a Stab at Music Videos
  127. Lecture Notes Considered Infringement
  128. Sex and Financial Risk Linked in Brain
  129. Couple Sues Google for Posting House Pix
  130. Researchers Cram 20 Seconds of Music Into Sub-Kilobyte File
  131. Review: 'Dark Sector' Defines Shallow Fun
  132. Microsoft Evaluates Yahoo Bid, May 'Lose Patience'
  133. Couple Sues Google for Posting House Pix
  134. ARPANET Co-Founder Calls for Flow Management
  135. Store Your Comics Properly
  136. Officials: Overreaction to Bush Administration Complaint Prompted Block on 'Abortion' Searches
  137. Airlines Try to Lighten Up ... Literally
  138. UK ISP Admitted to Spying on Customers
  139. Why "Vista" Nick White Left Microsoft
  140. Bell Wants to Dump Third-Party ISP's Entirely
  141. Five-Megapixel Camera Phones Invade the Market
  142. Concept Computer Based on a Tea Cup Design
  143. US Cyber Command Reveals Plans To Hit Back At Cyber Threats
  144. Lawsuit Claim: Students' Lecture Notes Infringe on Professor's Copyright
  145. Rolling Stones Kick Off Living Legends, YouTube's Video Q&A
  146. Can Automakers Build a 100-MPG Car?
  147. New DNA Evidence of Early North Americans
  148. Europeans Show Off Possibly Useful, Definitely Bizarre Inventions
  149. German Fans Craft Real 'World of Warcraft' Armor
  150. Bacteria That Thrive on a Diet of Antibiotics
  151. Microsoft's Savvy Open Source Move
  152. U.S. Cyber Command Reveals Plans to Hit Back at Cyber Threats
  153. AT&T Wanted Unrestricted Spectrum
  154. Feds Lift Ban on IBM Contracts
  155. Identify and Verify Users Based on How They Type
  156. Creative Backs Down on Vista Driver Debacle
  157. Google Ends Silence On C Block Auction
  158. Qutrits Bring Quantum Computers Closer
  159. How Microsoft Plans To Get Its Groove Back With Win7
  160. How Microsoft Plan To Get Its Groove Back With Win7
  161. UK ISP Says No To Music Industry Pressure
  162. Engineers Make Good Terrorists?
  163. New Dune Movie Confirmed
  164. UK ISP Says No To Music Industry Pressure
  165. Adobe Photoshop CS4 Will Be 64-Bit For Windows Only
  166. Google Plans To Sell Part of DoubleClick
  167. DIY Battle Bot? All You Need Is $742 Million and No Sense of Reality!
  168. Net Neutrality Debate Intensifies In Canada
  169. Scott Brown on Why 'Battlestar Galactica' Must Self-Destruct
  170. FBI Reports All-Time High In Internet Fraud Losses
  171. April 4, 1975: Bill Gates, Paul Allen Form a Little Partnership
  172. Neuromarketers Pick the Brains of Consumers
  173. MySpace Teams With Record Companies To Create Music Site
  174. Cylon Mania Blazes Back in 'Battlestar Galactica'
  175. Carl Zimmer's Dissection: Your Brain is a Mess, but It Knows How to Make Fixes
  176. Biologists Take Evolution Beyond Darwin -- Way Beyond
  177. Supercharge Your Digital Camera With Open-Source Firmware
  178. IBM Using Complex Math To Manage Natural Disasters
  179. MetroLyrics Becomes First Lyrics Site to Go Legit
  180. EBay Would Be Nuts to Sell Skype
  181. U.S.-Funded Health Search Engine Blocks 'Abortion'
  182. Microsoft Extends XP For Low-Cost Laptops
  183. Boot Sector Viruses & Rootkits Poised For Comeback
  184. Why Microsoft Surface Took So Long To Deploy
  185. Matrix-Like VR Coming in the Near Future?
  186. Lawless Gene-Testing Industry Needs a Sheriff
  187. Roommates.com Discrimination Lawsuit Can Move Forward
  188. Having Your ID Stolen Leads to Job Loss, Prosecution
  189. Boot Sector Viruses & Rootkits Poised for Comeback
  190. Internet Posse Busts 'The Claw,' Canada's Dumbest Car Thief
  191. Scientists Find Another, More Reasonable Universe
  192. Deal With Your Mild Autism
  193. Engineers Make Good Terrorists?
  194. Inside Intel's $20M Multicore Research Program
  195. MySpace, Major Labels Join Forces for Online Music Store
  196. Goodbye, U740; Hello, Alias: Phones Get Better Names
  197. Murakami Makes Manga Larger Than Life (NSFW)
  198. New EMI Boss Says 'Downloads May Be Good'
  199. How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
  200. Why Microsoft Surface Took So Long to Deploy
  201. MySpace Fields Online Music Venture
  202. New Service Maps Speed Traps By Cell Phone
  203. Census Bureau To Scrap Handhelds — Cost $3 Billion
  204. Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Found In Omega Centauri
  205. Upgrade Trick Still Present In Vista SP1
  206. Intel Unveils New Classmate PCs
  207. Comcast Offers 50 Mbps Residential Speeds
  208. Apple Is Now the #1 US Music Retailer
  209. EU's Anti-Trust Investigation of OOXML Continues
  210. Administration Claimed Immunity To 4th Amendment
  211. Daily Caffeine Protects Your Brain
  212. ARIA Sells a Licence for DJs to Format Shift Music
  213. Microsoft Told to Pay Tax on Licence Fee
  214. Trademark Dispute Pits Apple vs. The Big Apple
  215. High-Tech Tomb Hunter Finds Unmarked Graves for a Living
  216. Bruce Schneier's Security Matters: The Difference Between Feeling and Reality
  217. April 3, 1973: Motorola Calls AT&T ... by Cell
  218. Tsunami Spotted on the Surface of the Sun
  219. Ask Skewz.com Founder About Detecting Media Bias
  220. Scientists Discover ****y Tiny Black Hole
  221. The Real MIT Blackjack Mastermind
  222. WICOM 2007 has been covered by Ei px
  223. Information Technology in Education Conference px
  224. Computer Science&Software Engineering Conference px
  225. Gallery: Shiny, Happy Cellphones From Your Future
  226. What's Wired This Month: Grand Theft Auto IV, Nick Cave's Dig!!! Lazarus Digg!!!, Indiana Jones Bullwhip
  227. Algorithms Are Terrific. But to Search Smarter, Find a Person
  228. House Democrats Plan Attack on NASA's Mars Mission
  229. Computer Waste Heat to Warm Swimming Pool
  230. Scientists Discover ****y Tiny Black Hole
  231. Remix Radiohead's 'Nude' and Win ... Something (Maybe)
  232. 'Google Slap' Destroys Revenue, Advertisers Say
  233. 'Trapster' Mobile Service Fights Speed Traps
  234. DDoS Packets are Two Percent of Net Traffic, Report Says
  235. Feds Overstate Software Piracy's Link To Terrorism
  236. US Army "Scams" Service Members to Test Their Spam Gullibility
  237. Should Drivers Pay for Global Warming?
  238. Adobe Lightroom 2.0 Available as Free Public Beta
  239. Should IT Shops Let Users Manage Their Own PCs?
  240. Ask Skewz.com Founder About Detecting Media Bias
  241. New R.E.M. Video Ignites Copyfight Squabble
  242. Mozilla Releases Fifth (and Final) Beta of Firefox 3 Browser
  243. Microsoft's Vista Blogger Quits
  244. A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux
  245. Ask Skewz.com Founder About Detecting Media Bias
  246. New Phones, iClones and Fake WiMax Zones Dominate CTIA
  247. A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux
  248. Make the Most of Muxtape: A Field Guide to Playlists
  249. Penny Arcade Harvests Top Indie Games for Greenhouse
  250. Stem Cell Research Is Growing Again