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  1. Stanford Law Professor Larry Lessig Bets 'Wikipedia' Approach Will Transform Congress
  2. Artist Pays Tribute to His Action-Figure Collection
  3. Analyst Calls Apple 'Recession Proof'
  4. Questions Arising On Mercury In Compact Fluorescents
  5. More Newspapers Joining Online Advertising System
  6. World of Warcraft Shines Light on Terror Tactics
  7. Shrimp Eyes May Hold Key to Better Communications
  8. In Spectrum Auction, Winners Are AT&T, Verizon and Openness
  9. Google a "Happy Loser" In Spectrum Auction
  10. Self-Healing Artificial Muscles
  11. Google Loses as AT&T and Verizon Scoop Up Spectrum
  12. GM: We'll Lose Our Shirts on the Volt, But That's OK
  13. Gen Y Workers Reinventing IT for the Better
  14. Blue Lights To Reset Internal Clocks
  15. Pentagon: 'Augment' Reality With 'Video Game' Contact Lenses
  16. New Rules Created For OOXML Vote
  17. Firefox Add-On Contest Highlights the Catch-22 of Browser Extensions
  18. How To Use a Terabyte of RAM
  19. A Step Towards Proving the Riemann Hypothesis
  20. Philip Morris Tries to Engineer the Cancer Out of Tobacco
  21. What Do the Scorpions, Beach Boys and J.K. Rowling Have in Common?
  22. MD Bill Would Criminalize Theft of Wireless Access
  23. Inside the New 'Rock Band' In-Game Music Store
  24. Alt Text Video: Scrutinizing Superheroines
  25. Molecular Basis for Life Found on Extrasolar Planet
  26. Comparing the RIAA To "The Sopranos"
  27. More Global Warming Evidence, From an 1868 Photograph
  28. How To Communicate Science to a Polarized US Audience
  29. New Dell Models Aimed at Chinese, Indian Markets
  30. Gen Y Workers Reinventing IT for the Better
  31. BBC Micro Creators Reunite In London
  32. Blue Lights To Reset Internal Clocks
  33. Tesla, Aptera Head a Packed Field Vying for Automotive X Prize
  34. New X-Prize for Fuel Efficient Cars Announced
  35. Sequoia Vote Machine Can't Do Simple Arithmetic?
  36. A Battlestar Galactica Prequel Series on the Way
  37. BBC Micro Creators Reunite in London
  38. D Block Spectrum Auction Fraud Alleged
  39. Blue Lights to Reset Internal Clocks
  40. Commentary: Inside the Twisted Mind of the Security Professional
  41. Apple Mulls Flat-Rate "Unlimited Music" Option
  42. Stanford Team Developing Super 3D Camera
  43. Seismologist Hiroo Kanamori Embraces Earth's Little Faults
  44. March 20, 1800: Volta's Battery Shows Potential
  45. Make a Local Backup of Your Gmail Account
  46. The International Cyber Cop Unit
  47. Silent Microchip 'Fan' Has No Moving Parts
  48. How To Win Your March Madness Pool
  49. Scientists Create Room Temperature Superconductor
  50. Molecular Basis of Life Discovered on Extrasolar Planet
  51. Arthur C. Clarke: Artists Elegize an Icon
  52. 'Battlestar Galactica' Streams Into Season 4
  53. ISP Dispute Causing Connectivity Issues for Customers
  54. Windows Vista SP1 Meeting Sour Reception In Places
  55. New Futurama Movie Coming in June
  56. Convicted Abu Ghraib Guard Lynndie England Blames Media for Controversy
  57. Bead Me Up, Scotty: A Crafty Take on 'Star Trek'
  58. Sundown with Arthur: Remembering Arthur C. Clarke
  59. FCC Clears Way for New Hearings on Net Neutrality
  60. China Destroys Tibet's Sacred Environment
  61. S.F. Anti-War Activists Use Twitter, Pirate Radio to Manage Protesters
  62. Blogger: We Should Team Up to Take On Big Media
  63. SanDisk Thinks MicroSD Is the New CD
  64. Ohio Investigating Possible Vote Machine Tampering Last Year
  65. How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong
  66. Matter
  67. Canadian TV to Adopt DRM-Free BitTorrents
  68. Triangulate Your Commute With the Strida 5 Folding Bike
  69. Why French Prosecutors Can Charge Continental for Air France Crash
  70. Adobe Commits to Flash for the iPhone
  71. Few of OOXML's Flaws Have Been Addressed
  72. Can REDFLY sell in an EeePC market?
  73. Leander Kahney vs. Fake Steve Jobs
  74. Breaking the Rules: Apple Succeeds by Defying 5 Core Valley Principles
  75. Facebook Gives Users Additional Privacy Controls
  76. Apple Weighing Free Music for iPhone, iPod Customers
  77. The Internet Archive Keeps Book-Scanning Free
  78. Our Bad. Wired Had Some Tips For Apple — We Were Wrong.
  79. Management Techniques From the Dark Side
  80. How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong
  81. Comcast Says FCC Powerless to Stop P2P Blocking
  82. Pleasing Google's Tech-Savvy Staff
  83. An Early Look at 3.0
  84. The Real Body Snatchers
  85. FCC Ends 700 MHz Auction
  86. Intel Wi-Fi Provides 6 Mbps Over 100 km
  87. Scientists' Success Or Failure Correlated With Beer
  88. New BigDog Robot Video
  89. GCC 4.3.0 Exposes a Kernel Bug
  90. JP Morgan's Insider Trading How-To On Wikileaks
  91. March 19, 1474: Venice Enacts a Patently Original Idea
  92. How To Build Your Own War Bot
  93. Alt Text: Science vs. Religion -- The Ultimate Smackdown
  94. Arthur C. Clarke: The Wired Words
  95. Engineers Without Borders Bring Tech to Villages Without Power
  96. ISP Quarrel Partitions Internet
  97. First Major Vista Update Released to Windows Users
  98. Sci-Fi Giant Arthur C. Clarke Dies at 90
  99. Visualizing the .NET Framework
  100. The Reality Distortion Field Is Real
  101. Pentagon's Mind-Reading Computers Replicate
  102. Arthur C. Clarke Is Dead At 90
  103. Hans Reiser Stumbles on Witness Stand, Lawyer Cuts Questioning Short
  104. Sharp Shooters: Four Fantastic Prosumer DSLR Cams, Tested and Rated
  105. Qwest Offers Buyouts to Its Landline Workers
  106. Bruce Perens Aims For OSI Executive
  107. Should Mac Users Run Antivirus Software?
  108. Rip Off Report Founder Says 'Internet Terrorists' Out to Get Him
  109. Samsung Ace Smartphone Is a Bit of a Bust
  110. Create Your Own Font
  111. Survey Confirms iPhone Users Are Hard-Core Internet Junkies
  112. Safari Update Continues Pioneering Support for the Web's Future
  113. Firefox 3 Slimmer Than the Rest in Memory Use, Ready for Mobile
  114. Microsoft Accepts Flash For Windows Mobile
  115. Sequoia Threatens Over Voting Machine Evaluation
  116. Vista Service Pack 1 Is Out
  117. The Top 10 Outdoor Survival Tools
  118. Archive Formats Kill Antivirus Products
  119. What Programming Languages Should You Learn Next?
  120. Firefox 3 May Be More Memory Efficient Than Either IE or Opera
  121. Bear Stearns Employees Bear the Bad News Sternly
  122. EU Picks Mobile TV Standard, Asks Others to Follow Suit
  123. The Army's $10M Spy Bat Still Too Big
  124. Talk to This Year's Quirkiest Senatorial Candidate
  125. Genetic Basis Found for Post-Traumatic Stress
  126. Human Rights and a Code of Conduct for China's Web
  127. Supreme Court Allows Microsoft Suit to Proceed
  128. Discussion of Internet Addiction as Mental Illness Resurfaces
  129. NVIDIA 790i Chipset and GeForce 9800 GX2 Launched
  130. TiVo Desktop Plus 2.6 Now Released
  131. Americans Don't Care About Domestic Spying ?
  132. Firefox 3 May Be More Memory Efficient Than Either IE or Opera
  133. One Minute of Science Per Five Hours of Cable News
  134. State Agency to Destroy Unauthorized USB Drives
  135. Space Planes to Meet 'Big Demand' For Tourism
  136. Summer of Code'08 Organizations List Announced
  137. Identifying Manipulated Images
  138. Four Online Telescopes Serve the Stars to Interstellar Paparazzi
  139. A One-Man Film Studio Delivers Hi-Def Footage to Indie Auteurs Everywhere
  140. March 18, 1662: The Bus Starts Here ... in Paris
  141. Mass Website Hack Compromises 200,000 Sites
  142. UK Reconsiders 1986 Decision To Ban Astronauts
  143. Intel Prepares a Quad-Core Notebook Chip
  144. 'Pervasive' Recession Won't Repeat Dot-Com Bust, Experts Say
  145. Novell's 2004 Case Against Microsoft Moves Forward
  146. Why Doesn't Cable News Cover Science?
  147. Video: Capcom Upgrades Arcade Classics
  148. Intel Details Nehalem CPU and Larrabee GPU
  149. New Trial Ordered for Ex-Qwest CEO Nacchio
  150. Investor Eric Janszen Says Clean Tech Is Collapsing Economy's Only Hope
  151. Settlement Reached in Verizon GPL Violation Suit
  152. LimeWire Launches DRM-Free Online Music Store
  153. Bear Stearns: Will the Rescue Work?
  154. Advanced Rails
  155. Potty Mouths: Nine of the Nastiest Trash-Talking Toys
  156. Radiohead Pulls a Reznor, Solicits Fan Animations
  157. 'Nerdcore Rising' Charts Geek Rap's Ascent
  158. American Consumers Not as Enlightened as You Think
  159. Researchers Design Microchip Ten Times More Efficient
  160. Supreme Court to Hear FCC Indecency Case
  161. A New Type of Game Turns Web Surfing Into All-Out Information Warfare
  162. Supreme Court to Hear FCC Indecency Case
  163. YouTube May Feed Your Ego, but Not Your Pocketbook
  164. 100-Year-Old Electric Car Design Makes a Comeback
  165. Identifying Manipulated Image
  166. Young Employees Pose Increasing Risk to Networks
  167. Single Photons Bounced Off Orbiting Satellite
  168. Identifying Manipulated Image
  169. Berners-Lee Rejects Tracking
  170. Most Spam Comes From Just Six Botnets
  171. The Net's Effect on Journalism
  172. How The Latest in High Tech Works
  173. What's Your Favorite Monster?
  174. Vista Service Pack One Almost Here
  175. MIT Student Gets Artistic With LED Art
  176. Study: Internet Has Affected Journalism in Unexpected Ways
  177. Experts Advise More Testing for Drugs in Water Supply
  178. Newly Discovered Fungus Threatens World Wheat Crop
  179. March 17, 1885: Merrick's Physician Hazards a Diagnosis
  180. Kyoto Prize Winner Dreams of a Carbon Future
  181. Analysts Forsee Another Banner Year For Videogame Industry
  182. Unreleased iPhone 2.0 May Already Be Hacked
  183. UK Police Want DNA of 'Potential Offenders'
  184. China Blocks YouTube Over Tibet Videos
  185. Blogger Hilton's Power in Music Industry Is Evident at SXSW
  186. World's Glaciers Are Shrinking at Record Rates
  187. Astronauts Attach 11-Foot Arms to Space Station's Robot
  188. China Blocks Access to YouTube After Tibet Coverage
  189. Yahoo!/Microsoft Execs Meet For Round Two
  190. Harvard Scientists Aim To Stop Cancer In Its Tracks
  191. UK's MI5 Wants Oyster Card Travel Data
  192. Zebrafish Regenerative Ability May Lead To Help In Humans
  193. Wikileaks Releases Early Atomic Bomb Diagram
  194. Google Sky Now Available Through Your Browser
  195. America's Robot Army
  196. The Uncertain Future of Global Population Numbers
  197. Japanese ISPs To Cut Net Access For File Sharers
  198. The Joy of the Flash Drive
  199. The Uncertain Future of Global Population Numbers
  200. Spam King Pleads Guilty in Seattle
  201. Spam King Pleads guilty in Seattle
  202. Court Backs Craigslist in Discrimination Brouhaha
  203. Astronauts Take a Walk Outside Space Station
  204. A New Concept in Supercomputers
  205. Sweden to Give Courts New Power to Hunt IP Infringers
  206. Hacking the Tux Droid
  207. Wikileaks Publishes FBI VoIP Surveillance Docs
  208. Class Action Complaint Against RIAA Now Online
  209. Google's New Patent on Commercial Breaks
  210. Inside the Playboy Party With Moby and Justice
  211. The REAL Reason We Use Linux
  212. What You Don't Know About Living in Space
  213. Endeavour Astronauts Get Ready to Take a Spacewalk
  214. Guerrilla Filmmaking Group Fights Anti-Obama Virus
  215. Will Revived RIAA Racketeering Suit Survive?
  216. Yahoo, Microsoft Execs Discuss Takeover Bid
  217. What You Don't Know About Living in Space
  218. A New Concept in Supercomputers
  219. Concept: A New Generation of Supercomputers
  220. Breakdowns of Website Defacement by Platform
  221. Breakdowns of Websight Defacement by Platform
  222. Man-in-the-Middle Attack on MySpace with Cain
  223. Swarm Robot Immune System?
  224. Comcast Kicks Tires On 100-Gig Optical Links
  225. Scientology Injunction Denied Against "Anonymous"
  226. DARPA Chief Outlines Array of Future Projects
  227. WiiWare Week Round Up
  228. Microsoft Developing News Sorting Based On Political Bias
  229. Sex Drive: Unzip American Sexuality and What Do You Find? Tech
  230. The New Evernote Is Backup for Your Brain
  231. Build a Digital Music Server and Stream Your Tunes Anywhere
  232. NSF Head: All Hail the Cluster
  233. BattleBots Delayed, Will Go Brains Over Babes
  234. Fetish: Truly Wire-Free Earbuds, Glove-Friendly GPS Handheld, Tough-as-Nails Videocam
  235. US House Rejects Telecom Amnesty
  236. Hobbyists Create GPLed DIY Super TV Antenna
  237. No Recession for U.S. Videogamers With $$ to Burn
  238. House Passes Spy Bill, Rejects Telcom Amnesty Despite Veto Threat
  239. Wireless Networks That Build Themselves
  240. Video: How to Use Shrinky Dinks to Grow Stem Cells
  241. The Night the IETF Shut Off IPv4
  242. Happy Pi Day
  243. FTC Puts $1.9M Kink in Phone Bill Crammer's Wallet
  244. Cassini Geyser-Tasting a Bust
  245. At SXSW, Chicken S#@t Bingo Drops Its Lucky Load in Austin
  246. Wintel, Universities Team On Parallel Programming
  247. Swedes Clear a Path for File Sharing Crackdown
  248. EPA Caves to Bush in Weakening Smog Restrictions
  249. Verizon Decides to Help File Sharers, Not Block Them
  250. RIAA Will Finally Face the Music In Court