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  1. Sun Is Porting Java To the iPhone
  2. HD-DVD and the Early Adopter Premium
  3. Mega-Cash Prizes and Revolutionary Science
  4. Intel Patents On-Chip Cosmic Ray Detectors
  5. Hitchhiker's Guide Turns 30
  6. Cyber Storm II Set To Begin
  7. Norwegian Broadcaster Evaluates BitTorrent Distribution Costs
  8. User-Generated Content Vs. Experts
  9. Pentagon Hid Magnitude of Data Loss From Recent Breach
  10. Make a Suit of Chainmail Armor From Soda Can Tabs
  11. British Airport Will Require Fingerprints From Domestic Passengers
  12. ICANN Wants To End Commerce Dept. Oversight In 2009
  13. Chicago Links School Cameras To Police
  14. Ultimate Ears iPhone Earbuds Let You Look Pretty, Talk Pretty
  15. CeBIT Highlights Include 3-D, Wearable Tech, Ultramobility
  16. Powerful Optical Telescope Captures First Binocular Images
  17. ICANN Wants to End Commerce Dept. Oversight in 2009
  18. New Book Cuts Through Violent Video Game Myths
  19. Chicago Links School Cameras to Police
  20. Homemade Robot Patrols Atlanta Streets
  21. Air Force Cyber Command's New Weapon: DMCA Notices
  22. Kleiner Makes a $100 Million Bet on the iPhone
  23. House IP Leader Endorses P2P Blocking
  24. De Icaza Regrets Novell/Microsoft Pact
  25. Bill of Rights for the Digital Age
  26. Audio: Helpful Hacker Gives a Security Lesson to Paris Hilton
  27. How to Burn a DVD on Your Mac
  28. Solar Company Says Its Tech Can Power 90 Percent of Grid AND Cars
  29. Jobs Says Flash Video Not Suitable for iPhone
  30. NASA to Test Emergency Ability of New Spacecraft
  31. SCO Preps Appeals Against Novell and IBM
  32. Will Mars be a One-way Trip?
  33. Feds Have a High-Speed Backdoor Into Wireless Carrier
  34. Record Box Office Indicates MPAA 'Piracy Problem' Hot Air
  35. AOL Opens Up the AIM Instant Messaging Network
  36. CS Degrees Low in 2007 But Bouncing Back
  37. Telephony Fraudster Gets Lifetime Ban from Telecom Business
  38. Acid3 Test Released
  39. The Copyright Crusade a Lost Cause?
  40. Apache Cookbook 2nd Edition
  41. Jimmy Wales Faces Allegations of Corruption
  42. Internet Explorer 8 Beta Features Revealed
  43. Linus Denounces NDISWrapper, Denies It GPL Status
  44. The Autopia WTF? Geneva Motor Show Caption Contest
  45. Apple Opens iPhone, But Key Restrictions Remain
  46. NASA Running Out of Plutonium
  47. The Universe Is 13.73 Billion Years Old
  48. HP Labs Decides to Consolidate Its Big Ideas
  49. Captain Ahab, They've Found Your White Whale
  50. NVIDIA Doubts Ray Tracing Is the Future of Games
  51. Posting Publicly Available URL Claimed a "Hack"
  52. Google Maps the Earth ... Except for U.S. Military Bases
  53. A Pioneer No Longer: Company Gives Up Plasma TVs
  54. The Myth of the "Transparent Society"
  55. Little Demand Yet For Silverlight Developers
  56. Google Pulls Map Images At Pentagon's Request
  57. Google Pulls Map Images At Pentagon's Request
  58. OpenOffice.Org Now Under LGPLv3
  59. Apple Targeting Business World for the iPhone
  60. Student Faces Expulsion for Facebook Study Group
  61. National "Dragnet" Connecting at State, Local Level
  62. Open Source Robot for Household Tasks
  63. March 7, 1897: First Morning of the Corn Flake
  64. It's a Safe Bet VW Will Build the Golf Diesel Hybrid, But We May Not Get It
  65. Controversial Section of PRO-IP Act Cut
  66. The 10 Most Wired Cars of the Geneva Motor Show
  67. Rings Discovered Around a Moon for the First Time
  68. Etech Yearbook 2008: Meet the Faces of Innovation
  69. Lawsuit Could Force RIAA To Reveal Secrets
  70. FBI Admits More Privacy Violations
  71. More Privacy Violations Admitted by the FBI
  72. SXSW, aka 'Spring Break for the Internet,' Returns to Austin
  73. Lessig Calls on Geeks to Code the Money Out of Politics
  74. Carl Zimmer's Dissection: How to Date the Grand Canyon -- Go With the Flow
  75. Neither Intellectual Nor Property
  76. New Lock Aims To End Chip Piracy
  77. Bank That Suppressed WikiLeaks Gives It Up
  78. Consumer-Level Haptics On the Way
  79. Ziff-Davis Files for Bankruptcy
  80. Drugs, Body Modifications May Create Second Enlightenment
  81. CeBIT Exhibitors Busted for Suspected Patent Violations
  82. The Internet Is Changing the Scientific Method
  83. An App Store For iPhone Software
  84. The Cuban Memory Stick Underground
  85. FreeBSD 7.0 Bests Linux In SMP Performance
  86. When Should We Ditch Our Platform?
  87. Live Blog: Steve Jobs Announces iPhone SDK Roadmap
  88. Canadian Regulator CRTC Saves Independent ISPs
  89. Using Excel As a 3D Graphics Engine
  90. Moore's Law Is Microsoft's Latest Enemy
  91. Manmade Flooding of Grand Canyon Nourishes Ecosystem
  92. Cheap Chips Prompt Intel to Broaden Market Reach
  93. Microsoft Promises That IE8 Will Play Nice
  94. Underground Freight Networks
  95. "Bilski" Case May End Business Method Patents
  96. Aussie Cops Want Powers To Search Any Computer
  97. A Modular Snake Robot
  98. FreeBSD 7.0 Bests Linux In SMP Performance
  99. Brain Scanner Can Tell What You're Looking At
  100. Jobs Says Flash Video Not Suitable for iPhone
  101. NASA to Test Emergency Ability of New Spacecraft
  102. SCO Preps Appeals Against Novell and IBM
  103. What's Inside: This Exterior Latex Paint Coats Walls, Fights Diarrhea
  104. March 6, 1937: Birth of a Soviet Hero, First Woman Into Space
  105. Bruce Schneier's Security Matters: The Myth of the 'Transparent Society'
  106. A New Automaker Is in Hot Pursuit -- of the Perfect Police Car
  107. 'I in the Sky' Broadcasts Your Face Above Times Square
  108. Apple Set to Reveal Road to Third-Party iPhone Apps
  109. Will Mars be a One-way Trip?
  110. How to Speed Up Your Mac
  111. Hardware Hacking Figures Large at ETech Conference
  112. Why Wii Shovelware Is a Good Thing
  113. Brain Scanner Can Tell What You're Looking At
  114. Feds Have a High-Speed Backdoor Into Wireless Carrier
  115. Record Box Office Indicates MPAA 'Piracy Problem' Hot Air
  116. Redesign the Wired.com Logo, Dungeons & Dragons-Style
  117. Record Box Office Indicates MPAA 'Piracy Problem' Hot Air
  118. AOL Opens Up the AIM Instant Messaging Network
  119. CS Degrees Low in 2007 But Bouncing Back
  120. Whistleblower: Feds Have a High-Speed Backdoor Into Wireless Carrier
  121. Americans Would Ditch Landline in Favor of Cellphones
  122. Telephony Fraudster Gets Lifetime Ban from Telecom Business
  123. Acid3 Test Released
  124. VW's Golf Diesel Hybrid Debuts. Tell Us Why You Love It
  125. Acid3 Test Released
  126. The Copyright Crusade a Lost Cause?
  127. Global Activists Use Web 2.0 to Organize, Get the Word Out
  128. Butterflies Remember What They Learned as Caterpillars
  129. Apache Cookbook 2nd Edition
  130. Jimmy Wales Faces Allegations of Corruption
  131. Gallery: New Experiment Could Make Quantum Networks Possible
  132. AOL Unlocks Its IM Network With OpenAIM 2.0
  133. Where Have All the Girl Scout Cookies Gone? Check eBay
  134. Internet Explorer 8 Beta Features Revealed
  135. Linus Denounces NDISWrapper, Denies It GPL Status
  136. OECD: Address Climate Change Now, or Pay Stiff Price Later
  137. Yahoo Maneuvering, Seeking Options to Microsoft Takeover
  138. Should RIAA Investigators Have To Disclose Evidence?
  139. eBay Battles Power Sellers
  140. Microsoft Singularity Now Open Source
  141. UN Makes Its Statistical Data Free and Searchable
  142. Security Holes In Google's Android SDK
  143. Domains Blocked By US Treasury 'Blacklist'
  144. Levitating Haptics Joystick Gives Good Feedback
  145. D&D's Story Manager Answers Your Questions on Camera
  146. Clinton Takes Ohio, Texas; McCain Seals The Deal
  147. Air Force Emails Sensitive Information to Tourism Site
  148. Statue of Galileo Planned for Vatican
  149. NIN's Music Experiment Sells Big Numbers
  150. UN Makes Its Statistical Data Free and Searchable
  151. Clive Thompson on How DIYers Just Might Revive American Innovation
  152. Frame That Spam! Data-Crunching Artists Transform the World of Information
  153. Security Holes in Google's Android SDK
  154. Psychologist Beating Math Nerds in Race to Netflix Prize
  155. Psychologist Beating Math Nerds in Race to Netflix Prize
  156. Supercharge Your Wireless Router With Open Firmware
  157. March 5, 1872: Westinghouse Gives Railroads a Brake
  158. Alt Text: Powerbocks Steal Dork Prize From Segways
  159. Hackers Target MySpace and Facebook
  160. New ARG's Special Sauce? McDonald's
  161. Domains Blocked By US Treasury 'Blacklist'
  162. PHP Optimized for Windows Server 2008
  163. Did The Clinton Campaign Doctor Its TV Ad To Make Obama 'Blacker'?
  164. A Good Read Is Always Great, Especially When It's Free
  165. Probe Captures Avalanche on Mars
  166. D&D Co-Creator Gary Gygax Has Passed Away
  167. PhotoShelter Protects Your Pics From Would-Be Flickr Thieves
  168. Popularity of iPod Causing a Spike in Crime, Study Says
  169. Should RIAA Investigators Have to Disclose Evidence?
  170. Facebook Scrabble Rip-off Capitalizes on Mattel's Lethargy
  171. 'Puppy Torture' Video Sparks Outrage, Military Investigation
  172. A Beginner's Guide to Muslim Bioethics
  173. Gary Gygax, 'Father of D&D,' Dies at 69
  174. DARPA Fractionated Spacecraft Program Starts
  175. AMD's Hybrid Graphics Unveiled, Tested
  176. Hamas Replaces Rocks With Rockets
  177. Microsoft Backs Down: Internet Explorer 8 Will Embrace Web Standards
  178. Dear Diary: 'Wii Fit' Says I'm Fat
  179. 'Death Star' Aimed at Earth
  180. Lessons from the HD Format War
  181. D&D Co-Creator Gary Gygax Has Passed Away
  182. Google Street a Slice of Dystopian Future?
  183. Bill Allows Teachers to Contradict Evolution
  184. Robotic Orbiter Captures Image of Martian Avalanche
  185. Future of Solar Energy May Go Through New Mexico
  186. PHP Optimised for Windows Server 2008
  187. Iran May Shut Down Internet During Election
  188. Experiment Shows Traffic 'Shock Waves' Cause Jams
  189. OLPC Mesh Networking Tester Explains How It Works
  190. Aging Security Vulnerability Still Allows PC Takeover
  191. Sun Hires Two Key Python Developers
  192. Obituary For the Sony Trinitron
  193. Identity Theft Rates Among Top Banks
  194. The Nukes of October: Richard Nixon's Secret Plan to Bring Peace to Vietnam
  195. Dear Hollywood Studios: Let My Video Go
  196. Daylight Saving Time Wastes Energy
  197. Dealing With a GPL Violation?
  198. IE8 Will Be Standards-Compliant By Default
  199. March 4, 1890: Bridge Tech Takes a Great Leap Forth
  200. How To: Optimize A Fresh Ubuntu Installation
  201. Building an IT Infrastructure Around Mars
  202. Hands On: GPC Mini Gives Mac Mini Run for Its Money
  203. Wikipedia Founder Hit With Allegations of Excessive Spending
  204. Industry Group Sponsors College Course To Create Fake Blog
  205. Lightning GT: The World's First Green Supercar?
  206. Informal Conference Borrows TED's Big Ideas, Not Its Pretense
  207. DHS Doesn't Want to Monitor Net, Chertoff Tells Bloggers
  208. Paypal Advises Users To Stop Using Safari
  209. Babies See Pure Color, but Adults Peer Through Prism of Language
  210. Scientists Unearth Fossils of One-Ounce Primate in Mississippi
  211. Hydrogen Sulfide May Kill Us, Bring Us Back to Life, Paleontologist Peter Ward Says
  212. Cyber-Goggles Record and Identify Every Object You See
  213. MIT's Nano Storage Could Replace Hybrid Batteries
  214. Steve Wozniak 'Disappointed' With the iPhone
  215. Nine Inch Nails Gets Creative With Radiohead-Style Release
  216. Dell Documents Reveal Microsoft's Pre-launch Vista Errors
  217. 70% of P2P Users Would Stop if Warned by ISP
  218. Inside Obama's Online Grass-Roots Campaign
  219. Revealed: Volkswagen's 69.9-MPG Diesel Hybrid
  220. A Virus that Attacks Brain Cancer
  221. The Ruby Programming Language
  222. Comparing the OLPC, Classmate and Eee
  223. Gateway P-6831 FX Gaming Laptop Leaves You With Money to Burn
  224. Live Blog: Murder Defendant Hans Reiser Takes the Stand
  225. Johann Sebastian Bach, as His Friends Knew Him
  226. Higher-Resolution YouTube Videos Currently In Testing
  227. Anti-Botnet Market is Black Eye for AV Industry
  228. 7 Secure USB Drives Reviewed
  229. CeBIT Trade Show Takes On a Decidedly Greener Cast
  230. Americans Working More, Sleeping Less to Compensate
  231. The Law and Politics of Battlestar Galactica
  232. Woz Dumps on MacBook Air, iPhone, AppleTV
  233. Reznor Follows Radiohead, Offers Free Album
  234. United Tech Bids $2.6B for Diebold
  235. Pirates Find Proper Way to Crack Vista's Activation Schema
  236. One in Ten Americans Are Chronically Sleep Deprived
  237. Canadian University Puts Tech Whiz Kids in 'Dormcubator'
  238. Drinkable Languages Offered At LA Time-Travel Mart
  239. Web Videos Show Off the Wonders of Chemistry
  240. Eliot Van Buskirk's Listening Post: Put Your Money Where Your Indie Rock Is
  241. A Lesson in Internet Anatomy: The World's Densest Meet-Me Room
  242. Top 10 Amazing Chemistry Videos
  243. Strict Order Boarding Would Get Planes in the Sky Faster
  244. This Psychologist Might Outsmart the Math Brains Competing for the Netflix Prize
  245. March 3, 1879: Birth of the B's (Thought for Food)
  246. Algebra, Geometry, Functions: At 38, Taking the SAT Is Tough
  247. HP Looks To Improve Power Management Coordination
  248. How to Stop a 500-Foot Monster, Continued
  249. The Future of Robots in Japanese Society
  250. Appeals Court Upholds Limits on Navy Sonar