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  1. Prosecutor: Lori Drew Intended to 'Prey' on Girl's Psyche
  2. Introducing the Threat Level Rewards Program
  3. TypePad Offers Blog Bailout to Laid-off Journalists
  4. Physicists Find Dark Matter, or Something Even More Strange
  5. Genome Hacking Could Reverse-Engineer Extinct Mammoth
  6. Under Worm Assault, Military Bans Disks, USB Drives
  7. U.S. Drug Czar Posts Roadmap to Buying Dope in San Francisco
  8. Honda's Still Pimping Hydrogen, This Time in a Cool Car
  9. Start Saving Now for Your Mini-E EV
  10. Let Google's My Maps Be Your Geo Database
  11. Make Your Site an iPhone App
  12. Microsoft to Offer Free Virus Protection Software for Windows
  13. Video: 'Bike Hero' Grinds Out a 'Guitar Hero' Tune With His Handlebars
  14. Grandfather of Microphotography Rediscovered
  15. Judge Reveals Long Witness List in Lori Drew Trial
  16. Marijuana Could Be Good for Memory — But Not if You're High
  17. Why Adobe Configurator Will Revolutionize How You Use Photoshop
  18. Nissan Brings Japanese Minicars to the U.S.
  19. Shout Out Your Whereabouts With Shizzow
  20. Datastream: Measuring Our World, From Decibels to Blood
  21. Nov. 19, 1981: Marcos Regime Puts the Kibosh on Games
  22. Phonecam Stunner Adds Web, GPS and Image Editing to Super Optics
  23. Video Chat With Wired.com's David Kravets
  24. Supercomputers Break Petaflop Barrier, Transform Science
  25. Watching the Watchmen: Geeky French '70s Timepieces Make a Comeback
  26. Supercomputers Break Petaflop Barrier, Transform Science
  27. 4 Things to Keep in Mind While Killing Zombies in 'Left 4 Dead'
  28. Facebook's New App Verification Program Offers Protection — for a Price
  29. Defense Says Jury Pool Filled With 'Viciousness' Towards Lori Drew
  30. Review: 'Wrath of the Lich King' Adds Finest 'Warcraft' Content Yet
  31. Tennessee Adopts $9.5M University Piracy Measure Despite School Layoffs
  32. Despite Gloom, L.A. Auto Show Looks to the Future
  33. Jury Selection Begins in MySpace Suicide Trial
  34. Nintendo's Newest Portable Is 10th-Level Awesome
  35. Twitterpillar Emerges as Fail Whale Becomes 'Endangered'
  36. Expert to Obama: Time to Reboot Cyber Security
  37. Hentai Fans Airbrush a Mangallardo
  38. Airbus Tries to Turn Down the Volume
  39. New Clues Revealed About Universe's Strongest MagnetsSuperstrong Space Magnets Are Just as Weird as We Thought
  40. Navy Pursuing Dial-a-Blast Bomb
  41. Seven (More) Gadgets Killed by the Cellphone
  42. The Madness of King Jerry Yang
  43. Barcode Your Clothes to Get Web Traffic
  44. Bloody PETA Parody Skewers 'Cooking Mama' Game
  45. Nov. 18, 1883: Railroad Time Goes Coast to Coast
  46. Shine Sports Form Over Function, But Offers Crisp Optics
  47. Why Apple Won't Allow Adobe Flash on iPhone
  48. X-Ray Discovery Sparked 19th-Century DIY Craze
  49. Yahoo's Jerry Yang Stepping Down — For Real
  50. Yahoo's Jerry Yang Stepping Down — For Real
  51. Riding the Rails in Tokyo Is Overwhelming, But Easy
  52. Video: Dodge EV Smokes a Hemi, Sort Of
  53. Will Flagging Be Social Media's 8-Track?
  54. High-Tech Team Helps Cheaters Take Immigration Test
  55. Conservative Think Tank: RIAA v. Thomas Mistrial Was 'Unreasoned'
  56. 'Twilight' Taps **** Vampire Tales for Silver Screen
  57. Chertoff: We're Closing that Boarding-Pass Loophole
  58. Top 10 Amazing Animal Videos
  59. Space Station Gets Pee-Recycling System
  60. Five Gadgets That Were Killed by the Cellphone
  61. Intel's Latest Core i7 Processors Hit The Market
  62. Black Friday Takedown Notices Hitting Mailboxes
  63. USB 3.0 to Deliver a Tenfold Speed Increase
  64. Special Delivery: Stara's Mosquito Air-Drops Right on Target
  65. SEC Charges Mark Cuban With Insider Trading: Reports
  66. CSI Kitchen Table — The Latest Home Test Kits
  67. Harvard Law Prof Takes on RIAA in Music Copyright Fight
  68. James Bond Gets Hip to Alt Fuels
  69. Apple Forgets to Add Google iPhone App to the Store
  70. Nov. 17, 1749: Father of Modern Canning Born
  71. Top 10 Wired.com Music Photos, Decided by Us
  72. Top 10 Wired.com Music Photos, Decided by You
  73. Wired.com Photo Contest: Heat
  74. Games Without Frontiers: Victory in Vomit — The Sickening Secret of 'Mirror's Edge'
  75. Biofuel Startup Strives to Meet Obama's Green Ambitions
  76. Gallery: The 10 Coolest James Bond Cars Ever
  77. Workhorse Notebook Comes Fully Loaded
  78. Review: Gervais Gets Raunchy for Big Laughs in HBO Special
  79. 'Robot Chicken' Returns to 'Star Wars' Roost
  80. New YouTube Feature Lets You Watch Your Neighbor's Videos
  81. Secret 'Directed Energy' Tech Protecting the President?
  82. Busy del Toro Talks 'Hobbit, Hellboy II' DVD
  83. MySpace Sex Offender Charged With Running Fake Internet Church
  84. Solar Hybrid Yacht Shows Electricity and Water Do Mix
  85. Recession Drives the Greening of the Electronics Industry
  86. How to Ditch Your Old E-Mail Address and Move to Gmail
  87. Musebin: Twitter-Style Music Reviews With Reddit-Style Ratings
  88. Alt Energy Is Expensive, but Coal May Soon Be Worse
  89. Study Shows Drivers Feel Free to Ignore Speed Limits
  90. Gaiman Calls 'Coraline' the Strangest Stop-Motion Film Ever
  91. Tiny Cars Are Huge in Japan
  92. Batman Lightens Up With 'Brave and the Bold'
  93. Expert to Obama: Take the Lead on Nuke Cuts
  94. Sun To Cut Up To 6,000 Workers, 18% of staff
  95. Hands On With the Nikon D700
  96. 15th Anniversary: How General Magic Engineered Our World
  97. Gallery: Bond-Villain Lairs Revealed
  98. Gallery: Classic Computer Manuals from Apple and IBM
  99. Nov. 14, 1666: Watching a Transfusion, and Taking Notes
  100. Sony Noise-Canceling Headphones Sound Like Silence
  101. EPA Ruling Puts 100 Coal Power Plants in Jeopardy
  102. Bush Administration: Dismiss RFID 'Mark of the Beast' Lawsuit
  103. Net Spying Firm and ISPs Sued Over Ad System
  104. Be Nice: How to Share Your WiFi With Neighbors
  105. Smackdown: 'Life on Mars' vs. 'Eleventh Hour'
  106. Top 4 Reasons You Need 'World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King'
  107. Britons Deploy Dummies to Slow Speeding Drivers
  108. Palin Hacker Denies Felony Charge and 'Hacker' Label
  109. Tesla Roadster Now Available With Warp Drive
  110. Lawyer: Guns N' Roses Uploader to Walk
  111. Hotmail Users Slam Microsoft's Redesign
  112. L.A. Preps for the Big One With Massively Multiplayer Earthquake
  113. 'Glue' Toolbar: Your Friends Are in Your Web, Helping You
  114. First Ever Direct Image of Orbiting Exoplanets
  115. Bike Gadget Turns Red Lights Green
  116. 'Warcraft' Fans Line Up for 'Lich King' Launch
  117. AMD Battles for Survival with New Chip
  118. Pentagon Clears Flying Car Project for Take-Off
  119. 15th Anniversary: A Look Back at How We Looked Back
  120. Gallery: The Best Fictional Doomsday Devices
  121. Mach V Screams, But Is Overclocking Worth the Price?
  122. Nov. 13, 1983: **** Sets 'Asteroids' Record in 3-Day Marathon
  123. Big is Beautiful: 4 Plus-Size LCD Screens Tested and Rated
  124. TV's Killer App: Social Video Viewing?
  125. GM Asks Employees to Beg Congress for Money
  126. Valve Tricked 'Half Life 2' Hacker Into Fake Job Interview
  127. Supreme Court Sides With Navy Over Whales
  128. Napster Judge Calls for Major Copyright Reform
  129. Shock Waves Could Create Ingredients for Planets
  130. VW Brings a Diesel to the Granddaddy of Desert Races
  131. Review: 'Quantum of Solace': Bad Title, Good Bond
  132. A Sneak Peek at Next Year's Gadgets
  133. Webkinz Effect: Plush-Toy Fad Begets Imitators
  134. 15th Anniversary: Best Headlines We Slipped Past the Bosses
  135. Report: Marrow Transplant May Have Cured AIDS
  136. EU Court Says Lego Can't Trademark Its Bricks
  137. Secret Rocket Balls Target WMD Bunkers
  138. How to Fix a Broken Rock Band Pedal
  139. Intersquash Makes Any Website iPhone-Friendly
  140. Parallels 4 Offers Mac Fans Blazing-Fast Windows Virtualization
  141. Live: Join Our Wired Science Video Chat
  142. Back to the Future With Lincoln's Keyless Entry Pad
  143. Jury in MySpace Cyberbullying Trial Might Not Be Told Of ****'s Suicide
  144. Google Chases Skype With New Gmail Video Chat
  145. Back to the Future With Lincoln's Keyless Entry Pad
  146. Fisker's on a Roll and Michigan Gets Karma
  147. Classmates.com User Sues; Schoolmates Weren't Really Looking for Him
  148. Gallery: Classic Instruction Manuals
  149. Nov. 12, 1935: You Should (Not) Have a Lobotomy
  150. From ABBA to Zebra Flesh With TV Adventurer Bear Grylls
  151. Detroit is Tanking, But Toyota's In Trouble, Too
  152. After Banning YouTube, Military Launches TroopTube
  153. Review: 'Mirror's Edge,' the First-Person Parkour Game You Must Play
  154. Live Nation to Sell Major Label MP3s on Artist Pages
  155. Search Engine With Roots in Genomics Unlocks Deep Web
  156. New Watchmen Art Reveals Ozymandias and the Gang
  157. Saul Williams Talks Niggy Tardust's Wins, What's Next
  158. 15th Anniversary: Weirdest POOP to Land in Wired's Mailbox
  159. Jargon Watch: Cowpooling, Tweetups, Dark Trading
  160. LAFD's One-Man Geek Squad Brings Web 2.0 to Firefighting
  161. Nov. 11, 1856: Bessemer Becomes the Man of Steel
  162. Google Has Patched a Bug in T-Mobile G1 Phones
  163. Fast Food: Another Name for Corn
  164. Six Real Gadgets Minority Report Predicted Correctly
  165. Piaggio Unveils a 141-MPG Plug-In Hybrid Scooter
  166. Creative Banjo-Kazooie Is Pretty, But Boring
  167. Does Digg Have a Secret Co-Founder in the Attic?
  168. Solar Rig Brings Green Ice to Margaritaville
  169. Mars Phoenix Returns to Ashes
  170. Learn Tricks to Make iTunes More Useful
  171. Boldly Goat Where No Lawnmower Has Gone Before
  172. Sony Kills Questionable LittleBigPlanet Levels, Without Warning
  173. Take a Load Off With Honda's Robo-Legs
  174. Trogdor Will Burninate in Final 'Strong Bad' Game
  175. Guns N' Roses Uploader to Plead Guilty
  176. How to Bake a Cake in a Mug Using Your Microwave
  177. Mr. Know-It-All: How Green Are Rechargeable Batteries?
  178. Space-Rock Pioneers Loop Reissue Early Works
  179. Building the Music School of the Future
  180. Circuit City Files for Chapter 11 Protection
  181. Little Fasteners Causing Big Problems At Boeing
  182. Python's Palin Going Around the World Again
  183. Dangerous Android Bug Executes Every Keystroke as Root User
  184. A History of Microsoft Windows
  185. Nov. 10, 1983: Gates Opens Windows a Bit Early
  186. Solid Ultralight Lifebook Is Ultraright
  187. Bush Spy Revelations Anticipated When Obama Is Sworn In
  188. Bitebot Tastes the Chemistry of Flavor
  189. Flying Saucer Speaker Dock Conjures Great Sound, Plenty of Power
  190. Gallery: Wired.com Readers' Most Excellent Telescope Photos
  191. Review: Roll-Your-Own Rock in 'Guitar Hero World Tour'
  192. In Troubling Economic Times, Consumers Flock to Online Psychics
  193. Real Ad Execs Talk About Mad Men: Jerry Della Femina
  194. Real Ad Execs Talk About Mad Men: Jerry Della Femina
  195. How to Recover Your Google Account
  196. OpenID Is Here. Too Bad Users Can't Figure Out How it Works
  197. Beckerman: RIAA's 'Vexatious' Charge Reeks with 'Falsehood and Fallacy'
  198. Pakistan Declares Death Penalty for 'Cyber Terror'
  199. LG Goes After the Girls With Its Compact Cellphone
  200. Tricked-Out Inflatable House Provides Instant Survival
  201. Neil Gaiman Hosts Reading of 'Sandman' Political Bits
  202. 10 More Dead as Drone War Over Pakistan Continues
  203. First Look: 3-D 'Monsters vs. Aliens'
  204. Twitter Investor Meets With Open Source Textbook Startup
  205. Windows 7 Will Let Microsoft Track Your Every Move
  206. Million-Dollar Motorcycles, and Worth Every Dime
  207. Game Developer Switches to Flash as Java's Audience Dwindles
  208. Save the Planet — and Your Ass — in an E85 Apocalypsemobile
  209. AV Receiver Is NASCAR Loud, Ballet Beautiful
  210. Postapocalypse Now! 8 Devastating Coming Attractions
  211. How Common Lab Gear Could Contaminate Critical Research
  212. Hands On: iPhone Note Taking Apps Still Not Ready
  213. Oxford's Top 10 Most Annoying Expressions. Absolutely!
  214. A Scythe for Sore Eyes
  215. AV Receiver Is NASCAR Loud, Ballet Beautiful
  216. Nov. 7, 1932: Radio Enters the 25th Century
  217. Whats Wired, Tired and Expired? Bad Boys to Fanboys
  218. Engineers' Miniature Solar Cells Much Smaller Than This: o
  219. Gallery: Buck Rogers Stuff From the 20th Century
  220. Police Nab Alleged Craigslist Robber
  221. Michael Crichton's Rich, Mixed Legacy
  222. Motor City Needs a Good Ol' Fashion Shotgun Wedding
  223. Extortion Plot Threatens to Divulge Millions of Patients' Prescriptions
  224. Build a Local Search App With Google's APIs
  225. Voice, Gestures Will Replace Keyboards In Future Phones
  226. Seeking World Record, Pirate Bay Claims 22 Million Users
  227. Obama's Short List for EPA Head
  228. How to Make a Stealth Camera Bag
  229. Apple's Core Could Soon Include In-House Chips
  230. 'Battlestar Galactica' Props Hit Auction Block
  231. Giant Twist Freedom DX Electric Bicycle
  232. Army Social Scientist Set Afire in Afghanistan
  233. You Can Pay for Sex, Just Not on Craigslist
  234. Eco-Friendly AirPods Get Airport Test
  235. Perhaps Only Three Years Til We're Flying Green
  236. The New Hotness: FourTrack Audio Recorder for iPhone, iPod Touch
  237. IPhone 2.2: Podcast Downloads over 3G?
  238. 3 Smart Things About Time Zones
  239. Nov. 6, 1928: All the News That's Lit
  240. Record Straight From TV to Media Player's Gorgeous Screen
  241. Show Us Your Flagrant Cellphone-Use Photo
  242. Wired.com Readers' Favorite Portable Music Players
  243. How to Edit Wikipedia
  244. Inside the Genetic Differences Between Chimps and Humans
  245. Three Plead Guilty in $2 Million Citibank ATM Caper
  246. Full Steam Ahead for California's High-Speed Rail
  247. Google Search Deal Slips Through Yahoo's Fingers — Is AOL Next?
  248. Another Election Result: Twitter Comes Through
  249. Colbert Bests Obama, Wins Marvel White House
  250. The Top 10 Reasons iTunes Sucks