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  1. FTC Puts $1.9M Kink in Phone Bill Crammer's Wallet
  2. Cassini Geyser-Tasting a Bust
  3. At SXSW, Chicken S#@t Bingo Drops Its Lucky Load in Austin
  4. Wintel, Universities Team On Parallel Programming
  5. Swedes Clear a Path for File Sharing Crackdown
  6. EPA Caves to Bush in Weakening Smog Restrictions
  7. Verizon Decides to Help File Sharers, Not Block Them
  8. RIAA Will Finally Face the Music In Court
  9. Fingerprint-Protected USB Sticks Cracked
  10. Physics Journal May Reconsider Wikipedia Ban
  11. Enhancement To P2P Cuts Network Costs
  12. An AI 4-Year-Old In Second Life
  13. Samurai-Sword Maker May Cool Nuclear Revival
  14. FBI Hid Patriot Act Abuses
  15. Winking Star Decoded as Root of Planetary System
  16. Debian Cluster Replaces Supercomputer For Weather Forecasting
  17. House of Representatives To Discuss Wiretapping In Closed Session
  18. March 14, 1899: Zeppelin Gets Patent for a Really Big Idea
  19. Access YouTube's Secret, High-Quality Videos
  20. $5 Per Month Fee Proposed For Legal Music P2P
  21. Filmmakers Find Fresh Talent on MySpace
  22. Scott Brown's 72 Hours on the Long Tail of Celebrity
  23. Reviews: Mena Suvari in Stuck, A Journey Round My Skull, Professor Layton and the Curious Village
  24. Johns Help Each Other Find the Right 'Internet Sex Provider'
  25. $5 Per Month Fee Proposed For Legal Music P2P
  26. Obama's Pet Projects: Lasers, Hybrid Hummers
  27. Electronic Arts' Takeover Bid for Take-Two Gets Hostile
  28. Report: FCC Enforcement Office Is A Bureacratic mess
  29. Hands-On Review: Smart's 2008 Coupe, Mercedes' Pint-Size City Car
  30. Game|Life Episode 5: 'God of War: Chains of Olympus,' 'Pong'
  31. Blog Fight! WordPress and Movable Type Square Off
  32. Pentagon: $520 Million for Space Weapons Research
  33. Capcom Spiffs Up Arcade Classics With Hi-Def
  34. Cassini Dives Through Ice Geyser Live on
  35. High Expectations For Google Android
  36. Bundled With Your Gadget's Software: Viruses
  37. US Plans "Disposable" Nuclear Batteries
  38. Why Don't We Invent That Tomorrow?
  39. Nine Inch Nails Album Generates $1.6 Million in First Week
  40. Pranksters Fighting for MySpace Page of Woman at Center of Spitzer Scandal
  41. A Congressman Who Can Code Assembly
  42. AI Researchers Say 'Rascals' Might Pass Turing Test
  43. What Are You Paying for Gas? Send Us a Pic!
  44. FBI Tried to Cover Patriot Act Abuses With Flawed, Retroactive Subpoenas, Audit Finds
  45. Antismoking Pill Chantix May Ease Depression -- Or Cause Suicidal Thoughts
  46. Hackers Crack Open iPhone 2.0
  47. Theatrical Speed Racer Trailer Kicks Us Into Overdrive
  48. 10,000-website Strong Malware Maze Created by Criminals
  49. AI Researchers Say 'Rascals' Might Pass Turing Test
  50. Congress Turns Up The Heat on FCC's Chairman
  51. Batteries Explode But Industry QA Remains Unchanged
  52. How to Speed Up Windows XP
  53. The Secret China-U.S. Hacking War?
  54. House Democrats: Classified Documents Show Telcos Don't Deserve Amnesty
  55. Japan's Unique Cow/Whale Hybrid Experiments
  56. NBC Still Down on P2P But Plans To Use It Themselves
  57. Hong Kong Flu Outbreak Not Linked to Bird Virus
  58. Legal Counsel Advises Against Accepting OOXML Pledge
  59. Apple Sued Over Fundamental iTunes Model
  60. American Indians Linked by 6 Maternal Lineages
  61. 'Guitar Hero' Maker Runs Afoul of a Real Guitar Maker
  62. EA Thinks It Will Take $2 Billion to Take Take-Two
  63. AOL, Still Struggling, Hopes Bebo Acquistion Boosts Fortunes
  64. Net Neutrality Blasted by MPAA Bosses
  65. Vaporware - the Tech That Never Was
  66. EA Launches 'Hostile' Bid for GTA Publisher
  67. Linux Foundation - We'd Love to Work with Microsoft
  68. Late Adopters Prefer the Tried and True
  69. Gibson Accuses Guitar Hero of Patent Violation
  70. DOE Shines $14M on Solar Energy Research
  71. Nerve-tapping Neckband Allows 'Telepathic' Chat
  72. The National Cryptologic Museum
  73. Music Industry Proposes a Piracy Surcharge on ISPs
  74. Israelis Sue Government For Laser Cannons
  75. A Robotic Taxi Named robuCAB
  76. Blu-ray Player Prices Hit 2008 Highs
  77. GoDaddy Silences
  78. Israelis Sue Government for Laser Cannons
  79. March 13, 1842: Henry Shrapnel Dies, But His Name Lives On
  80. Former Microsoft Genius Masters the Culinary Art of Sous-Vide
  81. Japanese Schoolgirl Watch: A Sweet-Sounding Software App Climbs the Charts
  82. Lenovo's Got a MacBook Air Without the Compromise
  83. Microsoft Submits Windows 7 for Antitrust Review
  84. MIT Picks Top 10 Emerging Technologies
  85. A RoboticTaxi Named robuCAB
  86. Blu-ray Player Prices Hit 2008 Highs
  87. Oil Hits $110 a Barrel, and Gas Prices Jump Accordingly
  88. Clinton Debunks Claims She De-Spitzerized Her Campaign Site
  89. Did Limbaugh's Crossover Voters Break Ohio Law?
  90. Tivo On Board With YouTube's New API
  91. Hydrogen Cars Are Here, So Where's the Hydrogen?
  92. BBC Offers iPhone Version of iPlayer, Accessible to Linux Users Too
  93. Israelis Sue Government for Laser Cannons
  94. 'Population Bomb' Author Paul Ehrlich Tackles Cultural Evolution
  95. New Tools From YouTube Turn Any Website Into a Video Sharing Hub
  96. Carmack Speaks On Ray Tracing, Future id Engines
  97. 'Swatter' Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Hostage Hoaxes
  98. Video: Korg Turns Your DS Into a Music Machine
  99. Spacecraft to Fly Through Geyser Plumes On Saturn Moon
  100. The Children of Hurin
  101. Sony Home Theater PC Swaps Substance For Style
  102. Spark-Spewing iPod Prompts Japanese Investigation
  103. Behind the Scenes at a Rock 'n' Roll Poster Studio
  104. GoDaddy Silences
  105. Intel Confirms It Will Ship 160GB Flash Drives
  106. RIAA Denies Hypocrisy in Royalties Dustup
  107. GeekDads Say Goodbye to Gary
  108. Air Force Cyber Command General Answers Slashdot Questions
  109. N.Y. Times Co. Loves Its 'Gray Lady', but Looks to the Web
  110. Modern Defibrillators Efficient, but Vulnerable to Hacking
  111. Possible Battery Defect in iPod Nano Draws Scrutiny
  112. FTP Hacking on the Rise
  113. CNet Compares Eee PC Against the Competition
  114. Hacking a Pacemaker
  115. Stored Data to Exceed 1.8 Zettabytes by 2011
  116. Democrats Propose Commission To Investigate Spying
  117. The Geometry of Music
  118. Paul Krugman's 1978 Theory of Interstellar Trade
  119. MPAA Touts Record Year For Hollywood
  120. March 12, 1923: Talkies Talk ... on Their Own
  121. How to Survive an Avalanche
  122. David Brin Rebuts Schneier In Defense of a Transparent Society
  123. Alt Text: What Real-Life Dungeon Exploration Might Look Like, Graduate Students in Tow
  124. GoDaddy Silences Police-Watchdog Site
  125. FAA Mandates Major Aircraft "Black Box" Upgrade
  126. Special Session on Cognitive Radio
  127. WICOM 2007 has been covered by Ei px
  128. ISM 2007 has been covered by Ei px
  129. "DonorGate" Is Latest Scandal To Hit Wikipedia
  130. Were Fossil 'Hobbits' Just Little Humans?
  131. Finish Up That Sheetrocking Fast With the Blue Line Automatic Taper
  132. Wikileaks Airs Scientology Black Ops
  133. The Year the Audience Keynoted
  134. Game Reviews: Smash Bros., God of War
  135. Spitzer's E-Escort Plight Shows Workings of Prostitution 2.0
  136. Apple Slips Up, Hints at iPhone Contact Search Feature
  137. A Wry Look at the 2024 Presidential Election
  138. Geeksta Rap Godfather's 5 Steps to Nerdcore Stardom
  139. IFPI Turning To Lawsuits
  140. "DonorGate" Is Latest Scandal To Hit Wikipedia
  141. Ads With Your Name On Them
  142. House Dems Reject Telecom Amnesty, Propose Commission to Investigate Spying
  143. We Drive the Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell Vehicle
  144. Ads With Your Name On Them
  145. Brain-Inspired Computer Made From Duroquinone
  146. Palm's GSM Centro Smartphone Is All Business All the Time
  147. Autopia WTF? Geneva Motor Show Caption Contest, Part 2: You Pick the Winner
  148. With EU Path Cleared, Google Closes DoubleClick Deal
  149. GE Announces OLED Manufacturing Breakthrough
  150. EU Approves Google-DoubleClick Merger
  151. Middle America Hates Linux, Wal-Mart Discovers
  152. Ancient Bones of Small Humans Discovered In Palau
  153. First Look: New Beta Release Puts the Fire Back in Firefox 3
  154. With EU Path Cleared, Google Closes DoubleClick Deal
  155. Another Aspect of Global Warming: Botched Transport
  156. G-Archiver Harvesting Google Mail Passwords
  157. Casino Insider Tells (Almost) All About Security
  158. FCC Considers Taking Action Against Comcast
  159. Is RIAA's MediaSentry Illegal in Your State?
  160. N. American Indians Turn to Folk Wisdom to Save Planet
  161. Studios Agree to Provide More 3-D for Movie Houses
  162. Google Bid for Doubleclick Gets EU's Blessing
  163. Nanaimo, The Google Capital of the World
  164. iPhone SDK Rules Block Skype, Firefox, Java ...
  165. Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Beta 4
  166. The Disconnect Between Management and the Value of IT
  167. Should Wikipedia Sell Advertising?
  168. BattleBots & ESPN Strike TV Deal
  169. MacBook Air Confuses Airport Security
  170. Panic in Multicore Land
  171. Book Publishers Abandoning DRM
  172. BattleBots & ESPN Stirke TV Deal
  173. Linux PCs Discontinued at Wal-Mart Stores
  174. Dungeon Master: The Life and Legacy of Gary Gygax
  175. MacBook Air Confuses Airport Security.
  176. March 11, A.D. 105: The Emperor's Court Is No Longer a Paperless Office
  177. How to Fly Through Airport Security
  178. 'Crazy Eddie' Exec Alleges Fraud at
  179. Tenth Anniversary of First Commercial MP3 Player
  180. Ericsson Predicts Swift End For Wi-Fi Hotspots
  181. Beatles and iTunes At Last?
  182. The Dirty Jobs of IT
  183. Army $200 Billion Reboot Fizzles; Murtha Wants $20 Billion More
  184. Summer of Code Org Application Deadline Approaches
  185. Endeavour Crew to Assemble Giant Robot, in Space
  186. State Lawmaker Wants To Ban Anonymous Posting Online
  187. Counterfeit Chips Raise New Terror, Hacking Fears
  188. Army $200 Billion Reboot Fizzles; Murtha Wants $20 Billion More
  189. How To: Terminate a Terminator
  190. Faces of SXSW: Geeks and Film Freaks
  191. Why Aren't More Linux Users Gamers?
  192. Reading Comics
  193. Reading Comics
  194. Windows 7 Eyed For Antitrust Violations
  195. State Lawmaker Wants to Ban Anonymous Posting Online
  196. U.S. Water Supply Contains Drugs, Study Finds
  197. Two-Armed Robot Is the Star of Lengthy Shuttle Mission
  198. Google Says Spam, Virus Attacks to Get More Clever
  199. Light-Fingered S. Korean Loses Chance to be Astronaut
  200. New Sprint Phone Connects to Faster Data Network
  201. Circuit City Tries to Find Its Reason for Being
  202. IT Labor Shortage Is Just a Myth
  203. Facebook Interviewer Heckled at Web Conference
  204. The Advertisers are Watching You
  205. Should Scientists Date People Who Believe Astrology?
  206. Unreal Creator Proclaims PCs are Not For Gaming
  207. Cat Ownership Correlated With Heart Health
  208. T-Ray Camera Sees Through Clothes, Preserves Privacy
  209. The Battle For Wikipedia's Soul
  210. It's the Web Awards, and Wired Brings One Home
  211. This Year's Twitter? A Simple Scheduling App That Brings Order
  212. Bad Science Journalism Gets Schooled
  213. Photo Contest: Self-Portrait
  214. Top 10 Red Photos, Decided by You
  215. March 10, 1876: 'Mr. Watson, Come Here ... '
  216. How to Set Up a Turntable
  217. Editor's Picks for the Red Photo Contest
  218. Commentary: Gamers Get Their Kicks From Dying
  219. IE 5.5 Beats IE6 and IE7 On Acid 3
  220. Zuckerberg Keynote Descends Into Chaos, Audience Takes Over
  221. Meebo Users Plot Revolt During Dull Panels
  222. NVIDIA Performance On Linux, Solaris, & Vista
  223. Drugs In Our Drinking Water
  224. Space Station Will Get Help From Giant Robot
  225. Microsoft Tries To Prevent Further Discovery
  226. Facebook Launches Thousands of Movie Clips on New App
  227. Do You Teach Your Kids About Darwin?
  228. German Police Raid 51 CeBIT Stands Over Patent Claims
  229. Should Scientists Date People Who Believe in Astrology?
  230. Video Games Are Launching Rock-n-Roll Careers
  231. Physicists Store, Retrieve a "Squeezed Vacuum"
  232. Jonathan Zittrain On the Future of the Internet
  233. Intel Ramps Up 45nm Chip Production, Announces 'Atom' Line
  234. Intel Ramps Up 45nm Chip Production, Announces 'Atom' Line
  235. A New Paradigm For Web Browsing
  236. European Space Agency Launches New Orbital Supply Ship
  237. Wikileaks Calls For Global Boycott Against eNom
  238. Olympic Web Site Features Pirated Content
  239. Lessig On Corruption and Reform
  240. Verizon, Fiber Or Die?
  241. Seven Fake Startups Compete for 'Worst Website Ever'
  242. Pot, BBQ and Twitter Mania at SXSW
  243. Super High Me Smokes the First Day of Film Screenings
  244. Hitchhiker's Guide Turns 30
  245. Japan IDs All Its Citizens
  246. Counter-Claims On Flaws In OOXML Meeting
  247. US Air Force Issues DMCA Takedown Notice
  248. White House Email Follies
  249. Donkey Kong and Me
  250. Sun Is Porting Java To the iPhone