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  1. China to Compete With Boeing, Airbus in Passenger-Jet Game
  2. Firefox 3 Beta 5 Released
  3. Novell Rises to Second Highest Linux Contributor
  4. Study Links Preemies With Autism Signs
  5. Bush Push for NATO Missile Defense
  6. US Cyber Command Wants Greater Attack Mentality
  7. Will Twitter Join Podcasting on the 'Net Sidelines'?
  8. Ask Skewz.com Founder About Detecting Media Bias
  9. Will Twitter Join Podcasting on the 'Net Sidelines?
  10. 5.1 Sound Card Delivers 3 Streams of iTunes
  11. Youngest Planet Discovered
  12. Number of GPL v3 projects tops 2,000
  13. ISO Approves MS Office 2007 Format
  14. Number of GPL v3 projects tops 2,000
  15. ISO Approves MS Office 2007 Format
  16. Amazon Launches Text-Message Shopping
  17. Google Scoops Microsoft w/ Mesh Applications
  18. New 20" iMac Screens Show 98% Fewer Colors
  19. U. Maine Law Students Trying To Shut RIAA Down
  20. Open Source Patent Donations?
  21. Blocking Steganosonic Data In Phone Calls
  22. Users Know Advertisers Watch Them, and Hate It
  23. VCs Adjust to Facing More Competitors for Fewer Companies.
  24. Tooth Regeneration May Replace Drill-and-Fill
  25. Iron Man Inspires a Look at the Evolution of the Exoskeleton
  26. 15th Anniversary: Why the Future Still Needs Us a While Longer
  27. April 2, 1889: Aluminum Process Foils Steep Prices
  28. Summer of Code Deadline Extended 6 Days
  29. The Double-Decker Smart ForTwo: Twice the Space, Half the Handling
  30. Flying Spaghetti Monster Lands Outside Tennessee Courthouse
  31. Everything You Wanted to Know About the Wiretap Debate
  32. Microsoft Promises Not to Hoard Crypto-Based ID Protection
  33. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Don't Tug on Superman's Copyright
  34. Octopuses Have Kinky — and Short — Sex Lives
  35. Scientists Stream Human-Free Antarctic Soundscape
  36. NXP RFID Cracked
  37. Using X-ray Radiography To Reveal Ancient Insects
  38. ISO Approves OOXML
  39. Fall Like a Pro Skater
  40. Want to Drive in Manhattan? That'll Be $8, Please
  41. ISO Approves OOXML
  42. Want a Greener Tomorrow? Every 40-Ounce Counts
  43. T-Mobile Claims Trademark In the Color Magenta
  44. No Open Networks for You, FCC Chair Tells Skype
  45. Video: See New WiiWare Games in Action
  46. Using Tire Pressure Sensors To Spy On Cars
  47. Destroy Your Most Hated Gadget, Take Pictures
  48. Creative Vista Driver Modder Speaks Out
  49. RIAA "Making Available" Theory Rejected
  50. Nokia Unveils WiMax-Enabled Internet Tablet
  51. **** Involved in MySpace Suicide Hoax Says Adult Also Participated
  52. Exclusive Details of the Music Industry's Plan to Legitimize P2P
  53. Sprint Bets the House on an iPhone-Like Touch-Screen
  54. Confessions of a 'Grand Theft Auto' Virgin
  55. Video: Surveying D&D's Entry-Level Spells
  56. Augmenting Data Beats Better Algorithms
  57. Blogonomics: 'I Don't Know What My Salary Is'
  58. Hybrids Are All the Rage -- But Try Buying One
  59. Modder Explains How He Fixed Creative's Broken Vista Drivers
  60. YouTube 'Rickrolls' Everyone
  61. New 20" iMac Screens Show 98% Fewer Colors
  62. What Kind of Alternate Business Models Could ISPs Use?
  63. Scientists Build New Type of Photon Gun
  64. Plaintiff Sues, Seeing Red Over Apple Color Claim
  65. IOC Tells China It Wants Unfettered Net for Olympics
  66. Blu-ray for the Xbox 360: Yes? No? Maybe?
  67. US Military Explored Hiring Bloggers As Propagandists
  68. The Original mcom.com Revived
  69. Norway's Yes-To-OOXML Is Formally Protested
  70. Google Docs Aims At Microsoft Office Live
  71. Lawsuit Against RIAA Tries To Stop Them All
  72. IBM Suspended From US Federal Contracts
  73. Micro-Projectors May Bring YouTube On-The-Go
  74. OOXML Rumored to be Approved, Announcement Wednesday
  75. Lawsuit Against RIAA Tries to Stop Them All
  76. NYC Lawyers Subpoena Code
  77. Once the World's Great Factory, China Is the Next Great Innovator
  78. 10 Best: April Fools' Gags (the Web Is Closing for Spring Cleaning!)
  79. Two Totally Unique Star Systems Discovered
  80. IBM Suspended from US Federal Contracts
  81. Rambus Wins Patent Case
  82. Heal a Robot, Go to War
  83. Cybercrime Book Excerpt: 'Zero Day Threat'
  84. April 1, 1960: First Weather Satellite Launched
  85. Military Report: Secretly Recruit or Hire Bloggers
  86. Review: 'Condemned 2' Favors Action Over Atmosphere
  87. 'Wii Fit' Challenge: After a Month, Doughy but Dropping
  88. Excavations at Stonehenge May Answer Questions
  89. A Screenshot Review of KDE 4
  90. CPR Experts Advise Hands-on-Chest, No Mouth-to-Mouth
  91. Video: Potenco's Latest Pull-Cord Power Generator
  92. Timothy Ferriss Takes Wired.com's Self-Promotion Prize
  93. Norway's Yes-to-OOXML is Formally Protested
  94. Wireshark 1.0 Released
  95. Record Labels Seek $2.5 Million in Damages From Pirate Bay
  96. IBM Banned From Government Contracts; Reason Unclear
  97. Gore Steps Up Pressure on U.S. to Cut Emissions
  98. Casio's G'zOne Cellphone Endures Wired.com's Ultimate Gadget-Abuse Test
  99. How to Kid-Proof Your Home Theater
  100. Neal Stephenson Returns with "Anathem"
  101. Adobe Joins Linux Foundation, Develops AIR For Linux
  102. World's Fastest Net Link 'Used To Dry Laundry'
  103. Blockbuster Heart Disease Drugs Get Busted
  104. Adobe Releases AIR for Linux, Sees Better Linux Apps on Horizon
  105. Freenet Version 0.7 Release Candidate 1 Available
  106. Scientists Want Your MacBook for Earthquake Detection
  107. Creative Labs Cracks Down on Driver Repairman
  108. YouTubers Say 'Sorry' for Quran-Bashing Film 'Fitna'
  109. 'Max Payne,' From Video to Silver Screen
  110. Women's Attractiveness Judged by Software
  111. Scientists Look at Martian Salt for Ancient Life
  112. Geeky April Fools' Day Prank Roundup
  113. Aloha Means Goodbye to a Venerable Hawaiian Airline
  114. Sony/BMG Accused of Software Piracy
  115. Windows Forensic Analysis
  116. Researchers Unravel Mystery of Lightning Diversity
  117. Inside UC Berkeley's High Tech Joke Recommender
  118. DNA Scanning Unlocking Genetic Links to Disease
  119. Scent of a Woman: Yahoo Smells an Ad Opportunity
  120. New Heathrow Terminal Only Compounds the Misery
  121. Clandestine Operations at Google
  122. Microsoft's Bid for Yahoo Is All About Big-Budget Brand Advertising
  123. Ray Tracing To Debut in DirectX 11
  124. World's Fastest Net Link 'Used to Dry Laundry'
  125. Adobe Joins Linux Foundation, Develops AIR for Linux
  126. World's Fastest Net Link 'Used to Dry Laundry'
  127. 3G iPhone Going Into Production in May
  128. The Man Who Guards Clinton's Wikipedia Entry
  129. Murdoch's Hacker Speaks Out
  130. Why the RIAA Really Hates Downloads
  131. Cellphone Makers Realize: It's the Software, Stupid
  132. What Are Must-Sees For Open Day At the LHC?
  133. Study Leads to Doctors' About-Face on Cholesterol Drug
  134. New DNA Scanning Tech Enables Rapid Disease Findings
  135. March 31, 1932: Ford's Flathead V-8 Cheap, Durable ... and Fun
  136. OOXML Will Pass Amid Massive Irregularities
  137. Alternate Baseball Universes
  138. Hands-On With the Windows XP-Based Asus Eee PC
  139. Alternate Baseball Universes
  140. Comcast Puts the Screws To HDTV
  141. Alternate Baseball Universes
  142. Sony BMG Sued For Using Pirated Software
  143. Tron's Classic Light Cycle Scene 'Sweded'
  144. Cities Round the Globe Go Dark for Earth Hour
  145. Newspapers Are Dying, Blog At 11
  146. Photoshop Express Terms of Use Cause Stir, Will Be Revised
  147. Practical Experience As a Beginning Programmer?
  148. 11-Year-Old Becomes Network Admin for Alabama School
  149. Record Setting Silicon Resonator Reaches 4.51 GHz
  150. Stroustrup Says C++ Education Needs To Improve
  151. China Could Be Another Hurdle In MS Yahoo Bid
  152. Study Shows Males Commonly Mistake Sexual Intent
  153. Study Shows Males Commonly Mistake Sexual Intent
  154. Iceland Woos Data Centers As Power Costs Soar
  155. Swiss Bank Secrecy Under Renewed Attack
  156. Virgin America Uses Linux to Entertain Inflight
  157. Iceland Woos Data Centers As Power Costs Soar
  158. Amazon Insists Publishers Use Their On-Demand Printer
  159. Canadian ISPs Limiting Access To CBC Shows
  160. Top 5 Real Biology Concepts in BioShock
  161. Google Goes Black for Earth Hour
  162. Cisco, Troll Tracker Blogger Sued For Defamation
  163. Griefers Assault Epileptics Via Message Board
  164. Hacker Club Publishes German Official's Fingerprint
  165. Hacker Club Publishes German Official's Fingerprint
  166. OOXML Vote Tracker and Calculation Guide
  167. Open Source Business Model Using Software Patents
  168. The Rush To Patent the Atomic Bomb
  169. Jail-Breaking iPhones at the Apple Store
  170. Last year's CanSecWest Winner Repeats on Vista, Ubuntu Wins
  171. Manufacture and Sell Anything -- in Minutes
  172. The Rush to Patent the Atomic Bomb
  173. Huge Interest Brings Wikileaks Offline
  174. Creative Goes After Driver Modder
  175. Report Suggests That Nanny State Might Actually Not Be For the Best
  176. Virgin America Uses Linux to Entertain Inflight
  177. Gallery: Mozilla at 10 - A Photo Tour of the Lizardís Lair
  178. GIs Turn Filmmakers in Bad Voodoo's War
  179. All 44 Blackboard Patent Claims Invalidated
  180. Building the World's 4th Fastest Supercomputer
  181. Quake-Catcher Aims to be Largest Distributed Seismometer Network
  182. VeriSign Jacks Up .com, .net Prices To the Max
  183. Anti-Quran Film 'Fitna' Pulled From Web Due to 'Threats'
  184. Plug-Ins are Headed for the Heartland
  185. Hackers Assault Epilepsy Patients via Computer
  186. Materials Science Toys on Display
  187. Review: 'Viking' Videogame Is Gruesomely Addictive
  188. Songbird Challenges iTunes With Major Update
  189. Maverick IT Entrepreneur Eckart Wintzen Dies
  190. LOLcat Guys Squeeze Laughs Out of Graphs
  191. Build Your Own Gaming PC for Under a Grand
  192. Top 10 April Fools' Pranks for Nerds
  193. Geist Creates His Own Do-Not-Call List
  194. Report Suggests That Nanny State Might Actually Not Be For the Best
  195. Mozilla's Asa Dotzler on Firefox, Fighting Bloat and the Problem With Democracy
  196. YouTube's New 'Insight' Underwhelms
  197. A Fond Look at Some Obsolete Ports
  198. Space Elevators Face Wobble Problem
  199. Charity Battles Imaginary Killing Machines
  200. Report Suggests That Nanny State Might Actually Not be for the Best
  201. Gear Blog Rivals Engadget and Gizmodo Turn the Competition Up to 11
  202. Firefox 4 Will Push Edges of Browser Definition
  203. Can Google Stop the Brain Drain?
  204. Scientology's Credibility Questioned Over Video Channel
  205. Schwartz Comments On NSA/Sun OpenSolaris Collaboration
  206. French Recording May Trump Edison's 'Little Lamb'
  207. Mainstream Media Finally Catching On To How News Propagates
  208. Microsoft Brand In Sharp Decline
  209. Oregon Senate Candidate Steve Novick Answers Your Questions
  210. China Verging on 3G Phones; Market Quivers in Anticipation
  211. Comrade Communications: Cubans Can Have Cellphones
  212. California Cuts Zero-Emissions Mandate in Favor of Hybrids
  213. US Broadband Policy Called "Magical Thinking"
  214. Is Parallelism the New New Thing?
  215. The Death of the Silicon Computer Chip
  216. Possible Manipulation of OOXML Process In Poland
  217. NVIDIA's Drivers Caused 28.8% Of Vista Crashes In 2007
  218. MacBook Air First To Be Compromised In Hacking Contest
  219. These Gizmos Connect to the Net, But You'd Never Know It.
  220. iPhone's Development Limitations Could Hurt It In the Long Run
  221. Silicon Circuits That Bend and Stretch
  222. MacBook Air First To Be Compromised In Hacking Contest
  223. Collective Licensing for Web-Based Music Distribution
  224. Which Browser Is Best Equipped for the Web of the Future?
  225. Sex Drive: IPhones, Twitter Let Sex Workers Spread Their Gospel
  226. March 28, 1910: It Floats, It Flies, It's a Seaplane
  227. Civil Libertarians See a Hopeful Dawn in 2009 ... or Not
  228. New Hampshire Joins Montana in Real ID Victory
  229. Amaze Your Friends With These Can't-Miss Bar Tricks
  230. Is There Room For a Secure Web Browser?
  231. Anti-Emo Riots Break Out Across Mexico
  232. Cassini 'Tastes' Organic Material at Enceladus
  233. Google's Paid Clicks Continue to Slide
  234. Large Hadron Collider Sparks 'Doomsday' Lawsuit
  235. Opinions Fly at California Air Resources Board Meeting
  236. Gallery: Nanotech **** -- Convention Center Becomes Gadget Central
  237. Card-Counting Geeks Take Vegas for a Ride in '21'
  238. Peruvian Teachers Begin OLPC Training
  239. Creationism Takes a Hit: Complexity Not Bad For Evolution
  240. Adobe Puts Free Photoshop Online
  241. Google's Stock Falls as Its Click-Through Rate Flatlines
  242. Saving the Earth? Good for You — Just Be Sure to Watch the Bottom Line.
  243. Microsoft or Apple - Who Is the Faster Patcher?
  244. Music Outlaws, There's a New Sheriff in Town
  245. China's Battle to Police the Web
  246. High-Tech Soldier Suit, Crawling Back From the Dead
  247. Review: Sega Superstars Tennis is Not Quite Super
  248. Comcast's BitTorrent Accord Doesn't Satisfy Critics
  249. Space Tourism Industry Gains New Competitor
  250. South Park To Be Available Online Free and Legal