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  1. Warbot Maker Redesigns Machines for Afghanistan
  2. DRM-Free iTunes Seems Unlikely, Despite Report
  3. Apple Unlikely to Sell $99 iPhone, Netbook or Tablet
  4. Fire-Ant Invasions Are Ecological Karma
  5. Desktop-Speaker Gems Issue a Sonic Boom to Your Bank Account
  6. Sophisticated Medical Test Made From Paper and Tape for Three Cents
  7. Sony To Cut 8,000 Jobs Amid Global Downturn
  8. Google Joins Forces with MySpace in Online ID Wars
  9. Ultimate Shop Locker Holds Fridge, Sound System and Tools
  10. Seismic Siren Shakes Up Distracted Drivers
  11. Mid-Size TV Delivers Full Monty of Quality Images
  12. Gallery: 40 Years of Mighty Mice
  13. Dec. 9, 1968: The Mother of All Demos
  14. Clive Thompson on How T-Shirts Keep Online Content Free
  15. House Panel to Ask for NSA Spying Probe
  16. Dog Unto Others: Canines Have Sense of Fairness
  17. Pilots Complain the A380 Is Too Quiet for Sleeping
  18. How to Read E-Books on Your iPhone
  19. Rare Sci-Fi Movie Props Hit Auction Block
  20. Violent Star-Forming Nebula Caught by Space Telescope
  21. Wikipedia Blocks British Editors Amid Censorship Flap
  22. Proof That Meteors Could Have Sparked Life on Earth
  23. Silicon Valley Conference Aims to Raise Planetary IQ
  24. New App Helps Songbird Rock the iPhone
  25. Security Report: Most PCs Run Outdated, Hacker-Friendly Software
  26. Top 10 Amazing Animal Videos Chosen by Readers
  27. Three Major Record Labels Join the 'Choruss'
  28. Online Retail's Killer Mobile App Hasn't Offed Anybody Yet
  29. Get Your Own Vintage Flying Car for $3.5 Million
  30. Panel Urges Obama to Consider Hacker-Response Plan
  31. Laptop Searches at Border Might Get Restricted
  32. Wired.com Photo Contest: Animals
  33. Ultrazoom Pocket Cam Sports Leica Lens, WiFi Connect
  34. Kids' Sci-Fi Circuit Board Promises a Nerdier Tomorrow
  35. How the Virtual Gold Trade Works
  36. Gallery: Top 10 Wired.com Heat Photos, Decided by You
  37. Gallery: Top 10 Wired.com Heat Photos, Decided by Us
  38. Dec. 8, 1993: Location, Location, Location
  39. The Decline and Fall of an Ultra Rich Online Gaming Empire
  40. An Injection of Hard Science Boosts TV Shows' Prognosis
  41. Hobbled Hubble Will Finally Get Some Astronaut Love
  42. 3 Charged With International Bank Trojan Scheme
  43. Stylish Persona 4 Is Role-Playing Perfection
  44. Music Video Created Using 45,000 Still Photographs
  45. What's Old Is New: 12 Living Fossils
  46. Detroit Rarely Misses a Chance to Miss a Chance
  47. How to Kill Vampires (Try Wood, Ultraviolet Ammo)
  48. Amazon.com Add-On Hackers Decry 'Hostile' Comments
  49. Alt Text Video: 5 Lame Things in Star Wars Canon
  50. Congress Asks AG: Why Are Counterterrorism Lawyers Innocent?
  51. Hawaii Is a Better Place for EVs
  52. Air Force Preps Gadget-Zapping Microwave Missiles
  53. 'Koobface' Virus Attacks Facebook
  54. First NFL Game in 3-D Fumbles, Then Recovers
  55. New Oslo Opera House Is Really a Stealth Skate Park
  56. King of Frame-Processing Makes Fast Images Crystal Clear
  57. It's the All-Digital Future — $100 Netflix Box Streams 15,000 Films
  58. Imagining Tomorrow's Browsers — Oh, the Possibilities
  59. Gallery: Gizmodo Shows Off Gadget Prototypes From the Past
  60. Dec. 5, 1901: Disney, Heisenberg — Separated at Birth?
  61. Canadian Filmmaker Plans for Wireless Video Camera in His Eye
  62. Online Auction Sites Hang in Legal Limbo
  63. Food vs. Fuel: Saltwater Crops May Be Key to Solving Earth's Land Crunch
  64. Obama's Transportation Secretary Must Be a Visionary
  65. How To Make Cream Cheese
  66. Long-Term HIV Survivors Provide Key to Possible AIDS Vaccine
  67. The Fusion Hybrid Is Ford's Escape Route
  68. Facebook Connect Goes Live: Let the Identity Wars Begin
  69. Legacy of W: You're the Decider
  70. Amazon.com Tossed Into Pirate Bay Jungle
  71. Flickr Updates Mobile Site, Adds Video Playback for iPhones
  72. Edible Electronics Monitor Drugs in Your Body
  73. Airbus Dossier Dishes Dirt on Boeing's 787 Program
  74. Darpa's Battlefield Dream: Tell Me a Story
  75. Logitech Makes One-Billionth Mouse (And Counting)
  76. Darpa's Battlefield Dream: Tell Me a Story
  77. The Slow Fuze Will Give You a Short Fuse
  78. Stunning Screen, Fast Processor Mark This Desktop Sub
  79. Mr. Know-It-All: Call-Center Etiquette, Offensive Podcasts, Awkward Transactions
  80. Henry Blodget: Financial-Industry Scapegoat Reinvents Himself as Financial Reporter
  81. Gallery: 10 Years of the International Space Station
  82. Dec. 4, 1998: Midwife to the Int'l Space Station
  83. Commute-Friendly Electric Cycle Does 0 to 30 in 3.8 Seconds
  84. 10 Best NASA Spinoffs
  85. Apple Stands Firm on Mac Security
  86. Copper Thieves Threaten U.S. Infrastructure, FBI says
  87. Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing — Fisker Reveals the Production Karma
  88. Analyst: Use Lasers on Pirates (and Everyone Else)
  89. Feds Set to Eliminate Water Regulations for Neurotoxin
  90. Hackers, Others Seek DMCA Exemptions
  91. Shape-Shifting Scarab a Transporter for the Self-Driving Future
  92. Cancer Stem Cells Might Not Be Supervillains After All
  93. Astronomers Glimpse Ancient Supernova Explosion Anew
  94. Boeing Has Seen the Future, And It Includes Hydrogen
  95. Take a Look Inside a Facebook for the Filthy Rich
  96. Army Builds Fantasy Island in Second Life
  97. Spied-On Lawyers May Get Second Chance in NSA Lawsuit
  98. Two-in-One Guitar Amp Sounds Like Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix
  99. Tiny Player Packs Features and Dead-Simple Menus
  100. Most Dangerous Object in the Office: 17-Inch Hand Claws
  101. How Comics Can Save Us From Scientific Ignorance
  102. Gallery: New Capitol Hill Visitor Center Welcomes Democracy Nuts
  103. Dec. 3, 1984: Bhopal, 'Worst Industrial Accident in History'
  104. Navigon GPS Unit Looks Pretty, Takes Its Sweet Time
  105. How to Use Neuroscience to Become Your Avatar
  106. Feds to Judge: Don't Second-Guess Bush Domestic Spy Program
  107. How to Make a DIY Lens Case
  108. Mercenaries, Sonic Blasters No Match for Pirates
  109. Get Your Mini EV Now. Some Restrictions Apply
  110. Is Social Advertising an Oxymoron?
  111. U.N. Investigates Electromagnetic Terrorism
  112. How to Save Salmon by Hacking Their Mental Compass
  113. We All Live in a Solar Submarine
  114. The Big Three Should Become the Medium Two
  115. Jurors Wanted to Convict Lori Drew of Felonies, But Lacked Evidence
  116. Google Crowdsources Carnegie Hall Concert
  117. Review: Prince of Persia Reduces Frustration — And Fun
  118. iTunes: Coldplay, Leona Lewis Top 2008 Sales
  119. As Facebook Connect Expands, OpenID's Challenges Grow
  120. Stylin' Chairgonomics: Pricey Herman Miller Seat Is Kick-Ass Comfy
  121. Digging for Diamonds 24/7 Under Frozen Snap Lake
  122. Plug In Player, and Jet Engines, Crying Babies Disappear
  123. How a Rogue Geologist Discovered a Diamond Trove in the Canadian Arctic
  124. Geek Hotels Pass the Nerd Test
  125. Dec. 2, 1942: Nuclear Pile Gets Going Dec. 2, 1957: Nuclear Power Goes Online
  126. Canada Gives Obese Flyers an Extra Seat for Free
  127. Rare Planet Alignment Visible in Sky Monday Night
  128. Can Lori Drew Verdict Survive Appeal?
  129. The First Aid? Iceman May Have Dressed His Own Wounds
  130. In Courtroom Showdown, Bush Demands Amnesty for Spying Telecoms
  131. Modded Pianos Delight Indie Audiences, Classical Buffs
  132. This Little Piggy Bank Became a Videogame
  133. Secret Geek A-Team Hacks Back, Defends Worldwide Web
  134. Hot Rodding Comes to Hybrids
  135. Gadgets of the Mumbai Attacks
  136. Fuel-Cell Powered Devices Getting Closer
  137. Genetically Modified Peanuts Could Save Lives
  138. Food Crunch Opens Doors to Bioengineered Crops
  139. Gallery: Happy Accident Opens Door to Cheaper, Higher-Resolution Cameras
  140. Dec. 1, 1952: 'Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty'
  141. Pentagon Shoots $22 Million Into Guided Bullet Tech
  142. Vaporware 2008: A Call for Submissions
  143. Found Photoshop Contest: Truck Stop of the Future
  144. Artifacts From the Future: Wall Street 2013 — Brother, Can You Spare a Yuan?
  145. National Guard Gets Spying, 'Flying Beer Keg' for Iraq
  146. Top 10 Products That Helped Us Forget 2008
  147. Tech-Savvy Secrets to Getting the Best Black Friday Deals
  148. Reviews: What to Give? What to Get? Our Idea of the Perfect Wired Holiday
  149. Gallery: Geeky Toys That Will Make You a Christmas Hero
  150. Wheego Whips Up a $19K Electric Vehicle
  151. Mumbai Attack Aftermath Detailed, Tweet by Tweet
  152. Lotus Guns for Porsche With the 30-MPG Evora
  153. No Court Order Needed to Spy on Americans Overseas, Appeals Court Rules
  154. Drugs Reveal Another Possible Cause of Aging
  155. No Thanks Required: 20 Worst Film Turkeys of the Year
  156. Opera Mini Brings the Mobile Browser War to Android
  157. Handbrake, Still the Best DVD Converter, Now Handles Any Video Format
  158. Key Molecule for Life Found in Habitable Region of the Galaxy
  159. 14 Reasons to Be Grateful This Thanksgiving
  160. Army Contractor Accused of Murder Is Out on Bail
  161. Five Geeky Things to Do This Holiday Weekend
  162. Cyberbully Jury Nears Verdict on Three Charges, Struggles With Fourth
  163. Scott Brown on the Looming Deluge of Eco-Disaster Flicks
  164. Playlist: Colbert's War on the War on Christmas, Natural Disaster RSS, Left4Dead Zombie-Palooza
  165. Nov. 26, 1894: Cybernetics Pioneer Norbert Wiener Born
  166. Kitchen Tech: Adria and Achatz Talk High-Tech Cuisine
  167. Gallery: Culinary Gadgets Make Thanksgiving a Geek Holiday
  168. Give Thanks? Science Supersized Your Turkey Dinner
  169. How to Turn a Desktop Scanner Into a Camera
  170. Hubble Captures Images of Rare Mammoth Stars
  171. Porsche Dilutes the Brand Yet Again
  172. Cars and Guitars — Autopia's 10 Best Songs About Cars
  173. YouTube Goes Widescreen, Paves the Way for Hollywood Features
  174. E-Books Have a Future in iTunes
  175. Xbox Channel Goes Live With 'Horror Meets Comedy'
  176. Proof: **** Pop-Up Teacher Is Innocent Despite Misdemeanor Plea
  177. Gallery: How Light Sources Evolved From Fire
  178. Quasars Kick the Living Daylights Into Galaxies
  179. Drug Companies Cook Books, Misleading Doctors
  180. Lori Drew Case Goes to Jury
  181. Think Godzilla's Scary? Meet His Lawyers
  182. Fisker Raids GM to Build His Hybrid
  183. Lori Drew Case Goes to Jury
  184. Ray Ozzie Wants to Push Microsoft Back Into Startup Mode
  185. Nov. 25, 1816: Theater Lighting — It's a Gas
  186. Underground Crime Economy Healthy, Security Group Finds
  187. For Hyundai, Blue Is the New Green
  188. Blip.tv Brings Video Embeds to the iPhone
  189. Random House to Digitize Thousands of Books
  190. The iMiEV Is a Sweet EV With a Lousy Name
  191. Top 10 Amazing Biology Videos
  192. Solar Panels on Graves Help Power Spanish Town
  193. Hitachi DZ-BD10HA: Edit, Dub in HD In-Camera
  194. Galaxies Discovered in Their Awkward **** Phase
  195. Man-Made Virus Could Explain Why SARS Is Deadly
  196. Nov. 24, 1903: Starting Your Car Gets a Bit Easier
  197. New Longevity Drugs Poised to Tackle Diseases of Aging
  198. Gallery: On the Job With Wired.com Readers and Their High-Tech Toys
  199. How Biology and Technology Shape Sex and War
  200. Excerpt: Science Defines Future of War
  201. Gallery: The First Decades of Seeing the Unseen
  202. Murder-For-Hire Plot Unfolds in Text Messages
  203. Review: 'Left 4 Dead' Delivers Definitive Team Zombie War
  204. 'Guitar Hero' Robot Takes on Videogamers
  205. Judge Considers Throwing Out Lori Drew Case
  206. Eye Flicker Explains Optical Illusion
  207. Review: 'Colbert Christmas' Defends Santa, Beheads Heretics
  208. NASA Test-Fires Next-Gen Ejector Seat
  209. Alt Text Video: Top 5 Most Guilt-Inducing Videogames
  210. Poll: Internet, Fox News Are Most Trusted News Sources
  211. Roundup: What We Know About iPhone 2.2
  212. The Autopia 2008 L.A. Auto Show WTF? Photo Caption Contest
  213. Vintage Iron Rules the L.A. Auto Show
  214. Biofuel-Powered Flying Car Cleared for Takeoff
  215. TypePad Takes on WordPress, Disqus With New Comment Engine
  216. Google's SearchWiki Lets You Customize Your Search Results
  217. Verizon Employees Snoop on Obama's Cellphone Records
  218. 10 Unconventional Winter Holiday Movies
  219. iPhone 2.2: Podcast Downloader and Street View
  220. Star Prosecution Witness Backs MySpace Hoax Defendant's Account
  221. Pentax Optio W60: Rugged, Waterproof Aqua-Shooter Performs on Land, Too
  222. Nov. 21, 1968: Love Canal Calamity Surfaces
  223. Phooey to Fuel Economy: 10 Cars That Just Don't Care
  224. **** Kills Self on Justin.tv
  225. Fake Lunar Photos Sent Astronomers Over the Moon
  226. iPhone App Developer May Be Bribing Reviewers
  227. State Can Ban Prescription Data Mining, Appeals Court Rules
  228. Artist Wants Nuke Waste Dump to Make New Universes
  229. NASA's Robot Smarts Give 'Wall-E' a Ration of Realism
  230. Enter to Win the Wired Wish List Bag -- and Everything In It
  231. New Mac Virus Threatens Only the Weak-Minded
  232. And the Green Car of the Year Is ... a Diesel
  233. Create Imageless Graphs and Charts
  234. Guns N' Roses' 'Chinese Democracy' Launches on MySpace
  235. Massive Martian Glaciers May Be Drinkable
  236. Experimental Shoe-Print Database Sees the Soles of Criminals
  237. What Recession? Bentley Offers Its Most Opulent Car Ever
  238. Fujifilm FinePix A20fd: Sleek Shirt-Pocket Cam a Snap to Use
  239. New Star Trek Will Be Younger, Faster, Louder
  240. YouTube Tests Out High Quality, Stereo Surround Videos
  241. British Accent Bollocks to Google iPhone App
  242. John McCain to Jackson Browne: You're Welcome
  243. Review: RIM BlackBerry Storm
  244. Microsoft Lets Zune Subscribers Keep Tunes
  245. The Creatures That Ate Hollywood
  246. Nov. 20, 1820: One Whale Exacts His Revenge
  247. America's Next Top Hash Function Begins
  248. Linux Guru Reiser Seeks New Murder Trial
  249. Apple Bends to Studios, Adds Copyright Protection to MacBooks
  250. Introducing the Threat Level Rewards Program