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  1. The Chevy Volt Will Save GM (And Get the Girl)
  2. Is This a Hacked DSi?
  3. Giant Twist Freedom DX Electric Bicycle
  4. Video: 'Gears of War 2' vs. 'Resistance 2'
  5. Songbird 1.0 Poised to Rule the Jukebox Roost
  6. Build a Burrito-Finding App With the Yahoo Maps API
  7. @MarsPhoenix Twitter Epitaph Contest Winners
  8. MPAA Already Lobbying Obama
  9. Sci-Fi Giant Michael Crichton Dies at 66
  10. Firefox's Private Browsing, aka '**** Mode,' Arrives
  11. Obama's Biggest Science Challenges: You Tell Us
  12. Google Backs Out Of Yahoo Ad Search Deal
  13. Berlin Metro Bans Free iPhone Timetable Application
  14. FCC OKs Use of White Spaces to Deliver Broadband
  15. Propelled by Internet, Barack Obama Wins Presidency
  16. Bundle Your Music: Tunes, Speakers and 800 Radio Channels
  17. Flaming Lips' Freaky, Martian Musical Finally Touches Down
  18. Nov. 5, 1893: A Design Star is Born
  19. Project Runway: Testing How Tarmac Handles Jet-Plane Traffic
  20. The 20th Century's Industrious Designer
  21. The Five Awesomest TV and Movie Spaceships
  22. AT&T Tries Out Bandwidth Caps
  23. TV Networks Use Whiz Bang 3D Tech for Election Day
  24. 'Futurama' Animators Roll 20-Sided Die With 'Bender's Game'
  25. Firefox Hits 20 Percent Browser Share Worldwide
  26. 5 Badass Hollywood Presidents
  27. 40-MPG, 450-Horsepower Hydrogen Scorpion Unveiled
  28. Next-Gen Longevity Drug Works Wonders on Mice
  29. Twitter's Election Tools Track Voting Conditions, Voter Opinions
  30. Review: 'Gears of War 2' Subs Flash for Innovation
  31. Does Change at Apple Portend New Music Strategy?
  32. Nanobama: World's Tiniest Candidate Portrait
  33. Candidates Get Out the Vote Using Every Conceivable Method of Transportation
  34. Mice Cloned After 16-Year Freeze: Mammoths Next?
  35. It's Time for Drive-Thru Voting
  36. Google, Yahoo Throw a Bone to Regulators
  37. Bejeweled Creator Spills Secrets of Addictive Games
  38. Extreme Makeover: White House Edition — Reimagining the President's Residence
  39. Gallery: A Century of Presidents
  40. Logitech Harmony 890: All-in-One Remote Controls 15 Devices
  41. Nov. 4, 1952: Univac Gets Election Right, But CBS Balks
  42. Voter Superstitions, or Why You're Wearing Blue or Red
  43. Casting the Ballot in Elections Gone By
  44. The Laptop Celebrates Its 40th Year
  45. Rainforest Fungus Naturally Synthesizes Diesel
  46. Review: 'Resistance 2' Refines the Shooter Experience
  47. MichiganElection Machines Flunk Tests, Don't Tally Votes Consistently
  48. Chicken Industry Threatened by Inbreeding
  49. Recording Artists' Eleventh-Hour Campaigns — Mostly for Obama
  50. Bone DNA Tests Confirm Fossett's Death
  51. I Lost The New Millenium Paper Plane Contest
  52. Amazon Launches 'Frustration-Free Packaging' Initiative
  53. Japanese Lowriders Go Two-Wheeled
  54. Tesla Adds $40 Million to Its Coffers
  55. Report: ES&S Voting Machines Can Be Calibrated to Favor Specific Candidates
  56. AOL Taunts Google on Webmail
  57. High-Resolution Close-up of Sun's Fiery Jets
  58. Air Force Wants to Rewrite 'Laws of Cyberspace'
  59. Circuit City Closing 155 Stores, Laying Off Thousands
  60. Ryanair Plans $15 Flights to Europe
  61. Five Useless Gadgets You Should Toss Right Now
  62. Mercenary Firm Offers to 'Detain Troublemakers' on Election Day
  63. MySpace and MTV Monetize Pirated Content With Auditude
  64. Microsoft: Naive Web Surfers Are Their Own Worst Enemies
  65. Obama Shows Bigger Lead in Polls That Include Cell Phones
  66. MySpace Ad Deal Lets Members Use Copyright Video
  67. Gamer's Radical Realization: I Prefer Playing With Myself
  68. How to Vote, Even If They Say You Can't
  69. Nov. 3, 1900: The Grandmother of All Auto Shows
  70. Physics the Next President Needs to Know
  71. Review: Smart Room Sensors Guide TV's Wicked Blacks, Brilliant Colors
  72. Top 10 Wired.com Yellow Photos, Decided by Us
  73. Top 10 Wired.com Yellow Photos, Decided by You
  74. Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004
  75. Wired.com Photo Contest: Music
  76. List of Top 10 Movies of 2009 Leaves Out Big Titles
  77. Wannabe Bond Villains' Last Line Of Defense
  78. McCain Pokes Fun at Self, Obama in SNL Skit
  79. Take the Kids to Vote on Tuesday
  80. Judge Angered Over Colorado Voter Purges
  81. Political Mud Slung Online Targets Undecided Voters
  82. Turning Back Clock May Help Your Heart
  83. Will Online Video Kill Tivo?
  84. Bicyclists Show Off Their Two-Wheeling Tattoos
  85. Gallery: Homemade Motorized Bike Pays Tribute to Motorcycles of Yesteryear
  86. Review: YouTube-Ready Video Camera Gets the Goods
  87. Bogus Robocall Tells Floridians They Can Vote By Phone
  88. New York Coder Charged With Helping TJ Maxx Hacker
  89. Video: Wingsuit Cliff-Jumpers Take Off
  90. VCs Put the Brakes on Early-Stage Startups
  91. Twitterers Stage Mock Martian Invasion a la 'War of the Worlds'
  92. Miyamoto Struggles to Sell Inscrutable 'Wii Music'
  93. How to Descend a Mountain on a Bike
  94. Video: Stomach Stapling Without Surgery
  95. How Math Unraveled the 'Hard Day's Night' Mystery
  96. Extreme Resolution Photos and Lasers Create Virtual Yosemite
  97. Drive If You Dare: The World's Scariest Cars
  98. Laptop Fires Prompt Sony Battery Recall — Again
  99. Top 5 Scary Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen
  100. 'Lost Skeleton' Crew Returns for 'Cadavra' Sequel
  101. Google Yahoo Deal Crumbling, Report
  102. Oct. 31, 1951: We'll Cross That Street When We Come to It
  103. Playlist: Razor-Toothed Monsters, White Whine, Gorgeous Graphics
  104. Pricey 21-Pixel DSLR Captures Beaucoup Data
  105. Technology's Gutterball — New Gear Makes Bowling Too Easy
  106. Wired.com Readers' Best Geeky Halloween Costumes
  107. Wired.com Readers' Best Geek-o'-Lanterns
  108. OMG! Gmail Adds SMS Chat
  109. ICANN Targeting Notorious Domain Name Seller
  110. Retrial Date Set in RIAA v. Thomas
  111. Round Those Corners With CSS
  112. No ***** Throwing Allowed on LinkedIn
  113. R.I.P. @MarsPhoenix: The Twitter Epitaph Contest
  114. Hard Times? Not for iPhone Developers
  115. Reduced Charges for Guns N' Roses Uploader, Deal in the 'Offing'
  116. Ubuntu 'Intrepid Ibex' Brings More User-Friendly Features to Linux
  117. DDoS Attacks Strike Campaigns Against Same-Sex Marriage Bans
  118. 6 Frightful Sites for Free Halloween Horror Shows
  119. Video: Agroterror Lab Sits Just Off Long Island
  120. Military Investigates Amnesia Beams
  121. Eight Things to Expect in the Next iPhone Update
  122. Study: iPhone Users Not All High Earning Tech Geeks
  123. Beatles Version of Rock Band to Offer Unprecedented Gameplay
  124. Wal-Mart to Sell Discounted Googlephone, Outrage Ensues
  125. VC Warns Startups to Prepare for 'Orderly Shutdown'
  126. Tivo Set To Stream Netflix Movies By Christmas
  127. 10 iPhone Apps We Wish Existed
  128. Gallery: Mutant Mods and Anarchy at Bike Kill
  129. Just Drag and Drop Audio Tracks With Sleek Multimedia Phone
  130. Obama's Secret Weapons: Internet, Databases, Psychology
  131. Oct. 30, 1961: USSR's Biggest-Bang Theory Put to Test
  132. What's Inside Ultra-Strength Ben***?
  133. Track Your Site Visitors' Location With JavaScript
  134. How to Apply a Splint
  135. Romancing the SuperGrafx, Japan's Long Lost Lame Game Console
  136. Hollywood, Courts Shuttering U.S.-based 'Infringing' Websites
  137. Mercury as You've Never Seen It Before
  138. Israeli Hacker 'The Analyzer' Indicted in New York
  139. 4 Gadgets That'll Trick Out Your Trick-or-Treating
  140. UPS to Roll Out Hydraulic Hybrids
  141. Video: Voting Machine in W. Virginia Switches Vote to Nader
  142. Pony Up, America: New Stimulus Package Puts Billions Towards Transportation
  143. Review: 'Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3' Kills With Co-Op Campaigns
  144. Flexible Displays Move Closer to Limited Field Trials in the U.S. Army
  145. Google Extends Labs Experiment to Google Apps
  146. Cruz: Customizable Mac Browser Shows Promise
  147. Review: 'Disaster: Day of Crisis' a Great Wii Shooter
  148. BlackBerry Partners Fund Makes Its First 3 Investments
  149. Gadget Lab Hackintosh: Now With Added Sound Output
  150. Darpa Preps Son of Robotic Mule
  151. LinkedIn's New Apps Are All Work and No Play
  152. Captain Calamity Crunches Data for Global Warning System
  153. Gallery: Fleet-Footed Flyby Reveals Mercury’s Unseen Surface
  154. Grown-Up Mini Packs More Than Your Tween's Laptop
  155. Oct. 29, 1675: Leibniz Sums It All Up
  156. Supersized Cruise Ship Is Longer, Larger, Plusher
  157. Tapping the Vortex for Green Energy Source
  158. Pumpkin Mods Combine Tech, Orange Squash
  159. Video: How High-Speed Gene Sequencing Works
  160. Astronauts Vote From Space
  161. Google Settles Book-Scan Lawsuit, Everybody Wins
  162. Ray-Gun Maestro Zaps Steampunk Convention
  163. Defense Chief: Give Us New Nukes, or Else
  164. Americans Can't Live Without Their Cable TV
  165. Movie Theater Pirate Sentenced to 21 Months
  166. Microsoft Debuts Sleeker Windows 7 on a Netbook
  167. The Godfather of Bangalore
  168. 'Mystery Science Theater' Celebrates 20 Movie-Mocking Years With New DVD Set
  169. 7 Coolest New Features in Windows 7
  170. Just My Type: Hands-On With a $170 Keyboard
  171. Review: Engrossing 'Fallout 3' Mutates a Classic Series
  172. 'Bejeweled Twist,' Your New Digital Addiction
  173. Windows 7 Speculation Reaches Fever Pitch
  174. Google Settles Book-Scan Suit for $125 Million
  175. Tech Star Fortunes Down in '08, But 10-Year Story Ain't So Bad
  176. Internet Companies Embrace Human Rights Guidelines
  177. You Tell Us: What's the Worst Airport in the World?
  178. 15th Anniversary: Tracking Big Brother Over the Past Decade
  179. Firmware Upgrade Makes Squeezebox Duet Sing
  180. Gallery: Vintage Pics Capture 'Halloween in the Time of Cholera'
  181. Oct. 28, 1998: President Signs New Copyright Law
  182. Perceptual Bias Clouds Tennis Refs' Calls
  183. How to Spruce Up Your Business Card
  184. Windows Live ID Becomes an OpenID Provider
  185. New Facebook App Rewards Amateur Movie Critics With Tickets
  186. It's Hard up Here for a Blimp
  187. Time for Microsoft to Buy Netflix?
  188. Stylize Web Forms With CSS
  189. Nearby Solar System Could Be Habitable
  190. Climate Change Destroys Walden Pond's Flowers
  191. 10 Years Later, Misunderstood DMCA Is the Law That Saved the Web
  192. If Election '08 Were a Science Fiction Epic ...
  193. Review: 'Order of Ecclesia' Is Best 'Castlevania' in Years
  194. Car Buyers Predict Presidential Race
  195. Microsoft Aims for the Clouds With 'Windows Azure'
  196. Sumo Paint Beats Illustrator to the Web
  197. iPhone Apps Could Be the New MySpace Page
  198. 20 Killed in One of the Deadliest Drone Attacks Ever
  199. Google Earth Comes to the iPhone
  200. Show Us Your Best Geeky Halloween Costume
  201. Build It. Share It. Profit. Can Open Source Hardware Work?
  202. Coolest Costumes From a Geek Masquerade
  203. Oct. 27, 1946: And Now a Few Words From Our Sponsor
  204. Refrigerator Case Cools Jets on Speed-Burner Gaming PC
  205. U.S. Stages Raid Inside Syria?
  206. Five Indispensable Halloween Specials
  207. Singularity Summit: Brainy Robots Could Lead to Longer Unemployment Lines
  208. Awesomely Bad Defense Trinkets, Part II
  209. 'Doctor Who' Comics Make Comeback in Print, DVDs
  210. October Rocks: R.I.P. Gravediggaz
  211. Italian Satellite Launches From California
  212. Depressed Astronauts Might Get Virtual Therapist
  213. Quick-Focus Camcorder Shoots Crisp Hi-Def Footage
  214. 'Father of the MP3' Teaches Machines to Parse Music
  215. Star Wars Lights Up the Pumpkin Patch
  216. Hypnosis Lets Regular People See Numbers in Color
  217. Show Us Your Wired Geek-o'-Lanterns
  218. Underground Lab Probes How Matter Licked Antimatter
  219. Freak Out the Kids With the Ultimate DIY Haunted House
  220. Pedophile's Online Sock Puppets Include Fake Johnny Depp
  221. Review: Addictive Spelunking in 'Master of the Monster Lair'
  222. Tweets Give Race-Baiting Hoaxster a 'B' for Effort
  223. Judge Rejects 'Making Available' Defense in **** File Sharing Case
  224. Tame the Wild Web With These Browser-Specific CSS Hacks
  225. Kindle Is Oprah's 'New Favorite Thing in the World'
  226. Gory 'Saw' Gadgets Catapult Creator Into Director's Chair
  227. Mama Mia! Italian Police Roll in a Lamborghini
  228. Why Is the iPhone Such a Crummy Notepad?
  229. Apple Ready to Take a Bite of Silicon Valley
  230. Insecta Concept Car Trades 6 Legs for 4 Wheels
  231. From Pawns to People, 'Star Wars' Clones Evolve
  232. Real Ad Men Talk About Mad Men
  233. Will Oprah do for the Kindle What She's Done for Books?
  234. Twitter as a Terrorist's Killer App
  235. The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne Talks Kubrick, Pink Floyd and Christmas on Mars
  236. Look Out Below: Markets in Capitulation Mode
  237. Artifacts From the Future: Fridge Display Forecasts Apocalypse, Mold
  238. Found Photoshop Contest: Cubicles of the Future
  239. Gallery: Computer Kittehs Pounce on Art World
  240. Gear Gallery: New MacBooks, Best Tapeless HD Cams and T-Mobile G1 Phone
  241. Lenovo S10 — The Best Netbook We've Seen All Year
  242. Oct. 24, 1882: Koch Pinpoints the TB Bacillus
  243. This Smartphone Means Business, Lets You Toggle to Personal Life
  244. Usain Bolt of DSLR Cameras Sports Blazing Speed
  245. A Virtual Tour of JetBlue's Terminal From the Future
  246. Woman Arrested After Killing Virtual Ex-Husband
  247. Singularity Summit Kicks Off Saturday in San Jose
  248. Take Your Code Back to Basics With Reset Stylesheets
  249. Rolls-Royce Considers an EV. No, Seriously
  250. McCain's Mortality Questioned in Medical Journal