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  1. Microsoft or Apple - Who Is the Faster Patcher?
  2. Music Outlaws, There's a New Sheriff in Town
  3. China's Battle to Police the Web
  4. High-Tech Soldier Suit, Crawling Back From the Dead
  5. Review: Sega Superstars Tennis is Not Quite Super
  6. Comcast's BitTorrent Accord Doesn't Satisfy Critics
  7. Space Tourism Industry Gains New Competitor
  8. South Park To Be Available Online Free and Legal
  9. OpenOffice.org 2.4 Released
  10. Researchers Play Tune Recorded Before Edison
  11. Amazon EC2 Now More Ready for Application Hosting
  12. Safari 3.1 For Windows Violates Its Own EULA, Vulnerable To Hacks
  13. Origami Spacecraft to Fall to Earth Like a Cherry Blossom
  14. Adobe Makes Photoshop Express Available Free Online
  15. Comcast Reverses Policy, Will Treat Net Traffic Equally
  16. The Next Leap In Space Exploration
  17. Adobe Makes Photoshop 'Lite' Available for Free
  18. Changes Ahead for Popular BBC Sci-Fi Show, Dr. Who
  19. The Mysterious Case of Ohio's Voting Machines
  20. Comcast Makes Nice with BitTorrent
  21. SCO's "Least Supported Idea Yet"
  22. Google Attempts to Allay US Privacy Fears
  23. Acid3 Race In Full Swing, Opera Overtakes Safari
  24. China to Use Silver Iodide & Dry Ice to Control the Weather
  25. Safari 3.1 For Windows Violates Its Own EULA, Vulnerable To Hacks
  26. Futurist Ray Kurzweil Pulls Out All the Stops (and Pills) to Live to Witness the Singularity
  27. Safari 3.1 for Windows Violates Its Own EULA, Vulnerable to Hacks
  28. What Spooks Microsoft's Chief Security Advisor
  29. Researchers Create a Protein Map of Human Spit
  30. Roleplayers Seek Removal of Nerf Gun Ban
  31. Rubik's Cube Proof Cut To 25 Moves
  32. Will Motorola Rise From the Ashes?
  33. Cell Phones To Be Allowed On UK Planes
  34. Acid3 Race In Full Swing, Opera Overtakes Safari
  35. Meet the Laptop of 2015
  36. What Spooks Microsoft's Chief Security Advisor
  37. Researchers Create a Protein Map of Human Spit.
  38. Reznor vs. Radiohead: Innovation Smackdown
  39. Roleplayers Seek Removal Of Nerf Gun Ban
  40. March 27, 1933: Just One Word ... Plastics
  41. EFF and U.C. Berkeley Defend Accused Coupon Hacker
  42. Vietnam Memorial Wall Goes Online
  43. Rubik's Cube Proof Cut to 25 Moves
  44. Rubik's Cube Proof Cut to 25 Moves
  45. US Ignores Unwelcome WTO IP Rulings
  46. Rent a Nanotechnology Lab
  47. Blizzard Sues Creator of WoW Bot
  48. Will Motorola Rise From The Ashes?
  49. Acid3 Race in Full Swing, Opera Overtakes Safari
  50. Cell Phones to be Allowed on UK Planes
  51. Acid3 Race in Full Swing, Opera Overtakes Safari
  52. Delta's New Sexy Safety Starlet
  53. Comcast, Sprint, Google May Fund WiMax
  54. Analyst: Apple Places Order for 10 Million 3-G iPhones
  55. Acid3 Race in Full Swing, Opera Overtakes Safari
  56. Computers May Thwart 2010 Census
  57. Meet the Laptop of 2015
  58. Help Us Pick the Most Effective Self-Promoters of All Time
  59. Up Your Geek Quotient, Learn to Play Contract Bridge
  60. Motorola Split: Death of a Great American Company?
  61. You'd Look Sweet Upon the Seat of a Spaceship Built for Two
  62. FriendFeed Offers Developers the Key to Build Custom Social Apps
  63. Patent Reform Bill Unable To Clean Up Patent Mess
  64. Aerial Drones To Help Cops In Miami
  65. Why OldTech Keeps Kicking
  66. Aerial Drones To Help Cops In Miami
  67. Choosing the Sci-Fi Books We'll Pass Down to Our Kids
  68. Colbert, Kamen Solve the World's Water Problems
  69. Will California Kill the Electric Car -- Again?
  70. A Thin Silver Lining to Antarctic Ice Collapse
  71. Head First JavaScript
  72. Using Sound to Get Fish to Catch Themselves
  73. A Geek Actor and His Passion for Videogames
  74. Another Company Joins the Tourism Space Race
  75. A Quarter-Billion Later, Navy Scuttles Weapons System
  76. Red Hat to Coax Code Contributions From Companies
  77. Nuclear Nose Cones Mistakenly Shipped to Taiwan
  78. Struggling Motorola to Split Into Two Companies
  79. The Ups and Downs of ZAP's Stock Price
  80. MySpace and Friends Need to Make Money. And Fast.
  81. Hype Machine: Searching for ZAP's Fleet of No-Show Green Cars
  82. Don't Get Zapped by All ZAP's Hype
  83. The Coming Digital Presidency
  84. NASA's New Lunar Rover in Action
  85. Western Digital's "Green" Hard Drives
  86. City-Provided Wi-Fi Rejected Over "Health Concerns"
  87. Suspended Animation In Mice Without Freezing
  88. ODF Editor Says ODF Loses If OOXML Does
  89. IBM Invests In MySQL/Oracle Competitor
  90. What Will Life Be Like In 2008?
  91. Rock Steady: Four Image-Stabilized Binoculars
  92. March 26, 1845: A Sticky Application for an Old Problem
  93. Lore Sjöberg's Alt Text: Perils of Joining the iPod Nation
  94. Industry Giants Face Off Amid Interference Claims
  95. Analyst: Microsoft Likely to Up Yahoo Bid
  96. How to Set Up Dynamic DNS
  97. Living 'Lord of the Rings' at a Girl Scout Camp in New Jersey
  98. Multi-Channel Communication Patent Up For Sale
  99. Long-Dead ORDB Begins Returning False Positives
  100. Long-Dead ORDB Begins Returning False Positives
  101. Tech: It Does Everything but Count Accurately
  102. Huge Chunk of Antarctic Ice Breaks Loose
  103. Reiser Delivers on 'Geek Defense,' But Is It Enough?
  104. Municipal WiFi Moves Ahead In Houston
  105. Converted MacBook Tablet Is a Designer's BFF
  106. China Unblocks the BBC (In English)
  107. Hands On With Nintendo's New WiiWare Games
  108. Spies Come in From the Cold With Own Vid-Share Site
  109. South African Minister Locks Horns With Microsoft
  110. Must a CD Cost $15.99?
  111. The Arthur C. Clarke Gamma Ray Burst
  112. Scientists Test Less Chilling Suspended Animation
  113. Army's New PTSD Treatments: Yoga, Reiki, 'Bioenergy'
  114. The Arthur C. Clarke Gamma Ray Burst
  115. SCOTUS Asked To Decide On Legal Fees In RIAA Cases
  116. Someday You'll Hate Apple (And Google Too)
  117. Imeem Opens Its Massive Media Catalog to Third Parties
  118. Study: Warming Threatens Lake Tahoe's Pristine Waters
  119. Seat 2B: Tips for a Sky-High Spring
  120. ISO Miscounted Cuban OOXML Vote
  121. To Search Smarter, Find a Person?
  122. Google Looks to "White Space" Spectrum
  123. NVIDIA Quad SLI Disappoints
  124. Security Breach Exposes Facebook Faces to Prying Eyes
  125. Windows 7 Likely Going Modular, Subscription-based
  126. Justice Dept. Approves XM/Sirius Merger
  127. Someday You'll Hate Apple (And Google Too)
  128. FBI Looks Into Chinese Role in Darfur Site Hack
  129. Columbia Holds Wake For Historic Cyclotron
  130. Bell Canada Throttles Wholesalers Without Notice
  131. More Interest In Parallel Programming Outside the US?
  132. Programmer Buys Original Ada Lovelace Painting On eBay
  133. Submit Your Best Star Wars Tribute Photo
  134. Striking Back: Geeks Up in Arms Over Changes to Star Wars Fan Flick
  135. Open Source Software Made Developers Cool. Now It Can Make Them Rich
  136. It's a Wrap! Ernie Cline Has Written the Ultimate Star Wars Fan Movie
  137. Cubicle Security For Laptops, Electronics?
  138. The Death of Windows XP
  139. March 25, 1954: RCA TVs Get the Color for Money
  140. Engineers Test Highly Accurate Face Recognition
  141. Ringside Networks To Unveil Social App Server
  142. Mars Rovers Facing Budget Cuts
  143. Graphene May be the New Silicon
  144. Video: Nintendo's Nightmarish CD-i Goof
  145. The Cigarette of the Future: All the Cancer, None of the Nicotine
  146. Photo Essay: Unlikely Places Where Wired Pioneers Had Their Eureka! Moments
  147. MindMentor, a Robot Psychologist, Does Psychotherapy on the Cheap
  148. Australian Company Calls WiMax a Disaster
  149. Doubts Spread About Google's 1Q Earnings
  150. Justice Dept. Clears Sirius-XM Satellite Radio Merger
  151. Salasaga Fills Flash Creation Hole for Linux
  152. Patriot Act Haunts Google Service
  153. Hyper-Entangled Photons — 'Superdense' Coding Gets Denser
  154. BMW 118d Wins 'World Green Car Award,' Then Goes Home
  155. Behind the Scenes of Fanboys
  156. 'Star Wars' Turns 25; Is It Worth $120 Billion?
  157. Regular Expression Pocket Reference
  158. Greenpeace Says Sony TZ Is Greenest Laptop
  159. Top 5 Reasons It Sucks to Be an Engineering Student
  160. Another Web-Based Game Targeting Casual Gamers Launches
  161. Sun Turns to Lasers to Speed Up Computer Chips
  162. Does It Suck To Be An Engineering Student?
  163. Why Microsoft Won't Have Blu-ray on the Xbox
  164. Seagate May Sue if Solid State Disks Get Popular
  165. Fixing the Unfairness of TCP Congestion Control
  166. From "Happy Hacking" to "Screw You"
  167. FCC to Investigate D-Block Auction
  168. California Edges Toward Joining Real ID Revolt
  169. Nuclear Scanning Catches a Radioactive Cat On I-5
  170. A New Tool From Google Worries Brand-Name Sites
  171. Top 10 Wired Reader Self-Portraits, Decided by You
  172. Games Without Frontiers: Frag With a Friend for Ultimate Fun
  173. Editor's Picks for the Wired.com Self-Portrait Contest
  174. Show Us Your Best Night Photo
  175. March 24, 1976: Ford Orders Swine-Flu Shots for All
  176. Beer-Drinking Scientist Debunks Productivity Correlation
  177. Does IE8 Really Pass Acid2? [Updated]
  178. IT Workers Split For McCain, Obama
  179. Does IE8 Really Pass Acid2?
  180. Network Solutions Suspends Site of Anti-Islam Film
  181. Scientists Find Giant Marine Species in Antarctic
  182. Astronauts Have Day of Rest After Last Spacewalk
  183. University of Penn. Recommends Against Vista SP1
  184. Calculating the Date of Easter
  185. Astronomers Find Oldest Known Asteroids
  186. Australian WiMax Pioneer Calls It a Disaster
  187. Quantum Computing Not an Imminent Threat To Public Encryption
  188. ISPs Losing Interest In Citywide Wireless Coverage
  189. White House Says Hard Drives Were Destroyed
  190. The P.G. Wodehouse Method of Refactoring
  191. The Wrath of the Apple Tribe
  192. Intriguing Indie Game Explores Death in Ten Minutes
  193. Why Your e-Books Are No Longer Yours
  194. Passport Files of Presidential Hopefuls Snooped
  195. A Super-Efficient Light Bulb
  196. Mozilla CEO Objects To Safari Auto Install
  197. US "Fusion Centers" For Intelligence Sharing
  198. Endeavour Astronauts Prepare for Mission's Final Spacewalk
  199. Air Force Launches Plan to Use Coal for Fuel
  200. Montana Governor: Homeland Security 'Blinks' on Real ID
  201. Doctors To Control Robot Surgeon With Their Eyes
  202. India Votes Against OOXML
  203. Mozilla CEO Objects To Safari Auto Install
  204. Google Patents Detecting, Tracking, Targeting Kids
  205. 'Mind Gaming' Could Enter Market This Year
  206. Microchip Powered by Body Heat
  207. Linux Gains Native RTOS Emulation Layer
  208. Cyber Attacks against Tibetan Communities
  209. Scholarships From FOSS Organizations?
  210. Tinfoil Hats, Anal Probes Land at Alien Abduction Fest
  211. Celestial Jukebox Arrives, But Is It Any Good?
  212. Matter, Anti-Matter, and a New Subatomic Particle?
  213. China Continues to Shut Down Video Sites
  214. The World's Biggest Undersea Robot
  215. Sony Offers Bloatware Removal Service — For a Fee [Updated]
  216. DirectX Architect — Consoles as We Know Them Are Gone
  217. Web 2.0, Meet JavaScript 2.0
  218. From GNOME to KDE and Back Again
  219. Gibson Guitar Sues Harmonix, MTV, EA Over Music Patent
  220. Mutated HIV Suggests New Approach to AIDS
  221. Sony Offers Bloatware Removal Service — For a Fee
  222. Sweetest Tweet Ever? Man Proposes Via Twitter
  223. Love It or Hate It, In-Flight Cellphone Use Has Arrived
  224. What Happens To Bounced @Donotreply.com E-Mails
  225. Author: The Grand Fantasies That Ruined National Security
  226. Sony Drops $50 Fee to Remove Useless Bloatware
  227. So Far, So Good, So Slow on the Tesla Assembly Line
  228. HTC Shift + ThinkPad X300 + MacBook Air = Perfect Notebook?
  229. Microsoft Hyper-V Leaves Linux Out In The Cold
  230. Laughing Baby, Tay Zonday Win YouTube Awards
  231. Feds Tout New Domestic Intelligence Centers; Press Stays Home
  232. Astronomers Discover New Class of Pulsating Star
  233. California Backs Off Real ID
  234. State Dept. Apologizes to Obama for Passport Snooping
  235. Wireless Auction Ends With Mixed Feelings
  236. Array-Based Memory May Put a Terabyte On a Chip
  237. In Soviet US, Comcast Watches YOU
  238. In the Wireless War, Google Can't Lose for Losing
  239. Lessig Bets On the Net To Clean Up Government
  240. China Web Crackdown Continues; No Mention of Tibet
  241. Evidence of Underground Ocean Found on Saturn's Titan
  242. Sony Blu-ray Under Patent Infringement Probe
  243. Ubuntu 8.04 Beta Released
  244. Road Coloring Problem Solved
  245. Blu-ray BD+ Cracked
  246. Blu-ray BD+ Cracked
  247. Buckyballs Can Store Concentrated Hydrogen
  248. Inside The Twisted Mind of Bruce Schneier
  249. "Manhattan Project" For Prosthetic Arms
  250. Game Developers Should Ignore Software Pirates