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  2. Who shops at TigerDirect.com?
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  4. Where can you get a dual sim adapter?
  5. Video: Smart Pen Records Every Movement, Sound
  6. Scientists Exploit Bacterial Laziness to Beat Disease
  7. Hands On: Old MacBook Pro vs New MacBook
  8. iPhone Features Everywhere in Rivals' New Phones
  9. Wikileaks Forced to Leak Its Own Secret Info
  10. 'Katamari' Creator Keita Takahashi Gets Weird, Wormy With 'Noby Noby Boy'
  11. Bamboo-zled: Eco Veneers Storm the Design World
  12. Feb. 19, 2002: Odyssey Turns Its Cameras on Mars
  13. Air Force Unplugs Bases' Internet Connections
  14. Let's Learn From Facebook's Terms-of-Service Flap
  15. Apple Slows Down Mac Upgrades, in Sync With Economy
  16. Pirate Bay Crew Chums Up to Foes Over Lunch
  17. UCLA Profs Did Not Find Osama; They're Guessing
  18. 'Pull My Finger' iPhone Fart App Dispute Lingers
  19. Asus Kitchen PC Cooks Up Fresh Processing Power
  20. Cellphone Makers Bet Big on App Stores
  21. Oh, Hubble, Could This Really Be the End?
  22. Shape-Shifting EV Is the Ultimate iPhone Killer App
  23. Wired-o-Nomics: Transparency as a Stimulus
  24. Feb. 18, 1898: Enzo Ferrari Gets the Green Flag
  25. Iomega's StorCenter Serves Your Network in Bare-Bones Style
  26. Semiconductor Tech Diagnoses Eye Disease Over the Net
  27. Video: '80s Flashback With 'Retro Game Challenge'
  28. Hands On: 'Lost and Damned' Breathes New Life (and Death) Into 'Grand Theft Auto'
  29. Review: 'Retro Game Challenge' Reheats the 8-Bit '80s
  30. Liberty Deal Keeps Sirius in Orbit — for Now
  31. Freescale Promises $200 Netbooks With New Chips
  32. HTC, Vodafone Show World's Second Googlephone
  33. Review: 'Street Fighter IV' Brings Back the Old Ultraviolence
  34. Prosecution Drops Some Charges Against the Pirate Bay
  35. Atomic Powered Wonder-Watch Heats Geek Hearts
  36. Liberty's $530 Million Lifeline Keeps Sirius XM Afloat
  37. Nokia to sell phones with Skype software
  38. Army's Ultimate Paintball Gun is No Toy
  39. Pirate Bay Copyright Test Case Begins in Sweden
  40. Anonymous Caller? That's What You Think
  41. Feb. 17, 1818: Proto-Bicycle Gets Things Rolling
  42. Pivotal Moments in TV Tech History
  43. Roomy Overhead-Ready Bag Schleps Your Stuff — All Your Stuff
  44. Top 10 Wired Circle Photos, Decided by You
  45. Top 10 Wired.com Circle Photos, Decided by Us
  46. Wired.com Photo Contest: Love
  47. Pirate Bay Trial: Hottest Ticket in Stockholm
  48. HP's Media Server Sets Up Quick and Easy
  49. Carbon Burial Research Grows as Huge Experiment Begins
  50. The Hunt for E.T. Comes Home to Earth
  51. Cross Words: Talking About Bad Feelings Helps Control Them
  52. Think You'd Remember the Face of Your Torturer? Think Again
  53. Lost in Space: 8 Weird Pieces of Space Junk
  54. Don't Miss: Supercool Video Explains New F1 Rules
  55. Top 10 iPhone Games, as Voted by Wired.com Readers
  56. 5 Geeky Marriage Proposals That Worked
  57. Landmark Pirate Bay Trial Begins Monday
  58. Global Shipping Industry Makes World Flat, Biologically
  59. A Shoreline Dream's Sonics Outrun Terminology, 'Shoegaze'
  60. Twitter Could 'Go for Years' Without Earning a Dime, Investor Says
  61. Scientists Agree: It's in His Kiss
  62. Cooking Helped Humans Evolve ... With Side Effects
  63. Google to Take a Hefty Cut on Android App Sales
  64. 'All of a Sudden We Have No Response' From Flight 3407
  65. Fun, Fun, Fun Till Daddy Takes the X-Bow Away
  66. Why Google's Software Update Tool Is Evil
  67. First Near-Full Face Transplant a Success
  68. Obama Invokes State Secrets in Spy Case
  69. Qualcomm Promises One Wireless Card to Rule Them All
  70. Blackwater Takes Our Advice: Adopts Inscrutable, Opaque Name
  71. Remixable iPhone Album Points to Future
  72. White Dwarf Gallery: Dead Star Shining
  73. Hard-Case Carry-On Great for Travel Tumbles
  74. Feb. 13, 2004: Lucy in the Sky, With Diamonds
  75. Jargon Watch: Eco-Crunch, Pre-Pre-Pre-SAT, Space Invaders
  76. Gateway's Latest Laptop Is a Lofty Loser
  77. High-Tech Shocks Turn Bumps Into Power
  78. Worried New Features Will Bloat Firefox? Relax
  79. The Shorty Awards: Why Nerds Hate Twitter
  80. Whedon's Sci-Fi 'Dollhouse' Opens Its Mind-Wiping Doors
  81. Coder Collects a Cool Half-Million for iPhone Game
  82. ID Theft: Yes, It Is the Hackers
  83. Unix Lovers to Party Like It's 1234567890
  84. Copyright Fight Brewing Over Amazon's Kindle 2
  85. Southwest Redefines Model Airplane
  86. What Makes Us Human? Neanderthal Genome Holds Clues
  87. Lars Horntveth's Classical Experiment Goes 'Kaleidoscopic'
  88. Sweden Builds the World's First Stealth Ships
  89. Tesla Teases Us With a Shot of Its Sedan
  90. Wired Science Takes on World's Biggest Science Conference
  91. Bill Would Limit Judges on State Secrets
  92. Special Forces' Gigapixel Flying Spy Sees All
  93. RIM Sees Profit At Low End of Range, Shares Tumble
  94. Gmail's New 'Add Location' Feature Is Too Honest
  95. Feb. 12, 1809: Darwin — Adapted There, Evolved That
  96. CSI Scandinavia: Computer Dissects Cadavers With No Scalpel
  97. Buffalo Storage Device Beefs Up Your Network
  98. At 200, Darwin Evolves Beyond Evolution
  99. Bongs, Virginity and Other Stuff You Can't Sell on eBay
  100. NASA Wants to Stifle Sonic Booms
  101. Feds Bust Alleged Casino Roulette Cheaters
  102. Iran Claims It Has Made World's Most Powerful Natural Gas Car
  103. Navigation Companies Crowdsource Maps, Traffic Data
  104. Hands-On: 'Dragon Age: Origins' Hearkens Back to Fantasy RPGs of Old
  105. V-Day Gadget Love — Warning: May Cause Breakups
  106. Maxximus Acceleration: Zero to 60 in 2.1 Seconds
  107. How to Sync Google Contacts, Calendar With Your iPhone
  108. Biggest Solar Deal Ever Announced — We're Talking Gigawatts
  109. Review: Alan Moore's Seminal 'Swamp Thing' Resurfaces
  110. Planet-Hunting Space Telescope Readies for Launch
  111. Universal Remote Masters Your Ceremonies
  112. Google's Power Play
  113. Ravenous Clock Runs Backward, Scares Children
  114. Gallery: Giant Midwest Mecca of Nerditude in Oklahoma
  115. Feb. 11, 2005: This Guy's No Dummy
  116. Carry-On Bag's Plethora of Pockets Will Please Type-A Travelers
  117. What We Want in an Apple TV
  118. Review: 'F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin' Scares Up Atmospheric Thrills
  119. Live Nation, Ticketmaster Merger Risks Antitrust Scrutiny
  120. Intel Moves Up 32-Nanometer Chip Production to Beat Rivals
  121. New Wrinkly Dog Breed Makes Westminster Debut
  122. Win a Copy of 'Watchmen: The Art of the Film'
  123. Sega to Close Arcades, Cancel Games, Lay Off Hundreds
  124. Video: 'Street Fighter IV': Smackdown of Epic Proportions
  125. Call Off Drone War, Influential U.S. Adviser Says
  126. Stopping Trucks the Superhero Way
  127. Obama 'Hope' Artist Sues AP In Copyright Flap
  128. Twitter Fast Growing Beyond its Messaging Roots
  129. Show Us Your Favorite Forgotten Electronic Game
  130. Steven Levy on the Burden of Twitter
  131. Maxtor's 2-TB Ethernet Drive Gets Down to Business
  132. Feb. 10, 1957: Birth of the Cool...er
  133. Beer Gear, From Can to Refrigerator Robot
  134. New Attorney General Orders Review of Bush-Era State Secrets
  135. Heath Ledger Fans Call for Joker's Retirement From Film
  136. Hey, Buddy, Wanna Buy an Oil Barge?
  137. Darpa's Tether Out, Agency's Longest-Serving Chief
  138. Time Flies and Drinks Flow on German High-Speed Rail
  139. Barn-Find Bugatti Brings $4.53 Million
  140. How to Turn a Netbook Into a Net Jukebox
  141. Ticketmaster/Live Nation Merger Could Raise Ticket Prices
  142. Kindle 2 Slims Down, Adds Audio
  143. Army Lab Suspends Research After Toxin-Tracking Scare
  144. Microsoft to Launch Cell Phone Software Store: Paper
  145. Burning Question: Why Can't We Control Gadgets by Voice Alone?
  146. Cognitive Computing Project Aims to Reverse-Engineer the Mind
  147. Feb. 9, 1870: Feds Get on Top of the Weather
  148. Petite Weekender Tucks It in Tight
  149. OLPC's Hidden Killer App: Ultimate E-Book Reader
  150. Video: 'Jeopardy': What Is High-Tech?
  151. From The Cure to 'The Silver Box,' Roger O'Donnell Synthesizes the Digital-Analog Divide
  152. Digital Overload Is Frying Our Brains
  153. 5 Actresses Who Could Replace Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft
  154. CIA Agent Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Covert Credit Cards
  155. How to Get the Most From Gmail's Multiple Inboxes
  156. TED: Smiling Through the Apocalypse
  157. Munich's Metro Stressful, But It Goes Everywhere
  158. Dual-Screen, King-Size Laptop Shreds Benchmark Records
  159. TED: 'Eat, Pray, Love' Author on How We Kill Geniuses
  160. ESPN to ISPs: Pay for Your Customers to Play Video
  161. Lucy 2.0: Famous Fossil Hominid Goes Digital
  162. TED Prize Winners Want Help Finding Life, Protecting Oceans and Creating Musical Kids
  163. Gear Gallery: Media Streamers, Two-Wheeled Screamers, Pocket-Sized Beamers
  164. How to Comfort an Axed Coworker
  165. Today's Playmates Are More Like Anime Figures Than Real Humans
  166. USB Steering Wheel Adds Some Formula 1 to Racing Games
  167. Review: 'Fanboys' Might Have Been Funny 'A Long Time Ago'
  168. Feb. 6, 1959: Titan Launches; Cold War Heats Up
  169. Man Charged in Facebook Sex-Extortion Plot
  170. A Tour of San Francisco Artist Carl Pisasturo's Electromechancial Wonderland
  171. All-Electric Motorcycle Promises 150 MPH
  172. TED: MIT Students Turn Internet Into a Sixth Human Sense
  173. First Look: Sony Vaio P Series Lifestyle PC
  174. How to Shoot (and View) 3-D Photos
  175. Black Wolves the Result of Interbreeding With Dogs
  176. Google Calendar Adds Half-Baked Offline Access
  177. General to Nuclear Crews: Get it Right, or Else
  178. Q&A: Oliver Sacks Gains Perspective Through Blindness
  179. Watch This Square for Instant Creativity
  180. 'Sully' Calmly Announced, 'We're Gonna Be in the Hudson'
  181. Copy Fight Erupts Over Fairey's 'Hope' Poster of Obama
  182. Strange Galaxy Is a Beautiful Wimp
  183. Drone 'Surge'; Predator Flights Up 94%
  184. AnnaTheRed's Sci-Fi Bento Boxes Taste Like Nerd Bliss
  185. Feb. 5, 1999: Web Tempest in a D-Cup
  186. Gallery: AnnaTheRed's Best Geeky Bentos
  187. Little London Prop Shop Turns Ideas Into Art
  188. Obama's Prisoner Dilemma: Reject Torture, Defend Torturers
  189. Google Quietly Declares E-Mail War on Yahoo
  190. Palm Pre Hackers Prep Geek Gatherings
  191. Software Swarm to Spot Rockets Before They're Fired
  192. House Approves Whitelist of People Who Aren't Terrorists
  193. Garmin Asus to Launch New Line of Co-branded Phones
  194. House Delays Digital TV to June 12
  195. Man-Made Dam May Have Triggered Great China Quake
  196. Botnets Beat Spartan Laser on 'Halo 3'
  197. Google Quietly Declares E-Mail War on Yahoo
  198. Top 10 Celebrity Rants Caught on Tape
  199. 'Wired for War' Author Charts Rise of the Warbots
  200. Review: 'Coraline' Dazzles, Terrifies With 3-D, Stop-Motion Surrealism
  201. TED Interview: 'Tribes' Author Says People, Not Ads, Build Social Networks
  202. 13-Inch Notebook That's Easy on Thin, Light Wallets
  203. Oldest Animal Fossil Ever Discovered
  204. Google Latitude Broadcasts Your Location. Because You Want That, Right?
  205. Report: Live Nation, Ticketmaster In Late-Stage Merger Talks
  206. India's $10 Laptop is Neither
  207. Pandora Sees iPhone Gold in the Palm Pre
  208. Automotive X-Prize Draws 25 Teams So Far
  209. Christians Sites Dump GoDaddy Over Racy Super Bowl Ads
  210. ATM Megaheists Reach Epidemic Levels
  211. Feb. 4, 1998: Gates Gets Creamed
  212. How to Keep Your Job
  213. LightLane's Lasers Make an Instant Bike Lane
  214. The Handmade Tale: Coraline's Inventive DIY Effects
  215. Video: Neil Gaiman's 'Coraline' Goes 3-D
  216. Kodak's Little Black Box Spreads Media-Streaming Love
  217. Controversial BMW Designer Chris Bangle Quits
  218. 3 Imported Wii Games You're Not Playing: 'Let's Tap,' 'Tatsunoko vs. Capcom' and 'Disaster: Day of Crisis'
  219. 'Human Terrain' Contractor Guilty of Manslaughter
  220. Ugobe's Robotic Toy Dinosaurs Gasp for Breath
  221. Taking Traffic Control Lessons — From Ants
  222. Review: An iPhone App for Your 2-Year-Old
  223. Trial Begins for HIV Gene Therapy
  224. Gates, Tim Berners-Lee Headline TED at 25
  225. Smallest Exoplanet Is Most Earth-like Yet Discovered
  226. Hands-On With Nikon's 8 Newest Cameras
  227. KTM Promises a Race-Ready Electric Motorcycle
  228. Think a Computer Is Fast at 1 Petaflop? Try 20
  229. Video: Iran Launches Satellite, Allegedly
  230. Gmail Adds Tasks to iPhone, Mobile Browsers
  231. India Planning $10 Laptop
  232. Clive Thompson on How More Info Leads to Less Knowledge
  233. Feb. 3, 1958: Silent Spring Seeks Its Voice
  234. Final Guilty Plea Wraps Up Federal 'Warez' Crackdown
  235. Top 10 Wired Shadow Photos, Decided by You
  236. Top 10 Wired.com Shadow Photos, Decided by Us
  237. What's Inside: Bausch and Lomb ReNu
  238. Wired.com Photo Contest: Circles
  239. Wireless Chargers' Green Claims Meet With Skepticism
  240. The Future of the Car
  241. Review: Geeky Farce Drives 'IT Crowd' Into Season 3
  242. Hill Hopping Electric Bike Grabs Great Grades
  243. Robot Rights for Battlefield Bots
  244. Rising Ocean Acidity Could Disorient Fish
  245. Fluid Motion: JetLev-Flyer H20-Propelled Jet Pack
  246. Tropical Turtle Fossil Discovered in High Arctic
  247. Google Glitch Brands Entire Internet as Malware
  248. NATO Wants Sim Afghanistan to Test War Plans
  249. Here We Go Again: Congress Expected to Delay Digital Television
  250. Review: 'Killzone 2' a Thoughtful, Atmospheric Shooter