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  1. Guy builds Massive folding farm with 51 nVidia Video Cards
  2. HTC Dream (Android) Video Emerges
  3. Why Shoot Down a Satellite? Analyzing an Analysis
  4. Olympic Opening Ceremony Fireworks Were (Partly) Faked
  5. First-Ever Photo Tour of Defcon's Network Center
  6. Stepping Through the InfoSec Program
  7. Watching China Turn Off the Pollution
  8. Who Owns Your Online Networking Contacts?
  9. Digital Camera Powered By a Fuel Cell
  10. IT Internship In the US For a Foreigner?
  11. EFF To Appeal Court Order Vs. Subway Hack Demo
  12. OpenGL 3.0 Released, Developers Furious
  13. Strong Bad Episode 1 Hits the WiiWare Shop
  14. Genetic Glitch May Prevent Kids from Learning from Their Mistakes
  15. China to Build a Zero Carbon Green City
  16. Physics Nerds Rap About the LHC
  17. Bloggers enraged over "pretty face" fakery (Reuters)
  18. LucasArts Embargoes "Clone Wars" Reviews
  19. Inferring Personality From Email Addresses
  20. Using Open Source Software for HTTP Load Testing
  21. The 10 Most Terrible Tyrants of Tech
  22. Are US Voters Informed Enough About Science?
  23. Hackers want to be your (malicious) friend (USATODAY.com)
  24. Two improved invisibility devices show themselves (USATODAY.com)
  25. Best Buy to sell iPhones soon (USATODAY.com)
  26. Buy evidence of my husband's adultery on eBay (Reuters)
  27. Are Music Tweets Mostly For Twits?
  28. EU Reserves a Frequency For Talking Cars
  29. Diving deep into Amazon Web Services (InfoWorld)
  30. Transit agency wants MIT students to stay gagged (CNET)
  31. Wireless to the People
  32. Best Buy to start selling the iPhone 3G in September (Macworld.com)
  33. Phelps makes biggest splash at Games and online (Reuters)
  34. First Images From 50-km Enceladus Flyby
  35. Intel's new chip to be called Core i7
  36. Amazing advancements in Invisible Cloak Technology: See pic
  37. AMD split rumors accelerating
  38. What Tech Workers Need To Know About Overtime
  39. Olympic fever being fuelled by high-tech in SKorea (AFP)
  40. 19 Most Essential Open Source Applications
  41. Electronic Art sets "Madden" sales blitz (Reuters)
  42. Aug. 13, 1913: Great Alloyed Victory for Stainless Steel
  43. Gallery: Wired.com Readers Photograph NYC Waterfalls
  44. Scott Brown (the World's Most Brilliant Writer) Gets a Wiki Page All His Own
  45. Shocker: iPhone 3G Faster in Ad Than In Real Life
  46. Beautiful Destruction: Gallery of Smashed iPhone 3Gs [PICS]
  47. Digitizing Rare Vinyl
  48. MSN Taking the Brunt of Google's US Search Blitz (PC World)
  49. Hackers hacked at infamous DefCon gathering
  50. Critical Vulnerability Discovered in uTorrent
  51. iPhone Monkey Ball Sells 300k
  52. Best Buy says to sell Apple iPhone in the U.S. (Reuters)
  53. Georgia targeted in cyber attack (AFP)
  54. Russian hackers continue attacks on Georgian sites (AP)
  55. New Scientific Evidence Emerges In Anthrax Case
  56. Yahoo near naming Biondi, Chapple to board: source (Reuters)
  57. Alt Text: How to Get Published and Avoid Alien Bloodsuckers
  58. Chinese hunt dad who walked out on a champ (Reuters)
  59. Do you remember where you were when this happened? (CNET)
  60. Starz ending Vongo movie service for Starz Play (AP)
  61. Best Buy becomes first independent iPhone retailer (AP)
  62. How to Back Up Your Bookmarks Online
  63. Memory Disruption Could Aid Addicts
  64. Make Big Brother Proud: How to Tap a Phone Line
  65. New 'emotional' robot
  66. The future of voting in America
  67. 'Madden NFL 09' review
  68. Dell Unveils 19-hour Latitude Laptop (PC World)
  69. Download Torrents Anonymously with TorrentPrivacy
  70. Do these gadgets foretell the end of days?
  71. Collegiate Resistance To RIAA In Michigan
  72. Yahoo near naming Biondi, Chapple to board: source (Reuters)
  73. Indicted Fed Informant Coerced Hacker Into Caper That Drew 9-Year Sentence
  74. Gates predicts software-writing revolution
  75. Top 10 Usability Highs for the Mac OS
  76. BSOD Makes Appearance at Olympic Opening Ceremonies
  77. Military Spends $4.4M To Supersize Net Monitoring
  78. Cooking Stimulated Big Leap In Human Cognition
  79. Lenovo Intros the Monstrous ThinkPad W700
  80. What Do You Do When the Cloud Shuts Down?
  81. Cooking Stimulated Big Leap In Human Cognition
  82. Infineon Chipset May Be Cause of IPhone 3G Issues
  83. Gates marks anniversary of Microsoft research arm (AP)
  84. U.S. Broadband Speeds Too Darn Slow; Adoption Hits 7-Year Low
  85. Parents Fear Video Games More than Porn, Alcohol (NewsFactor)
  86. Georgian Sites Were Scouted Before Mass Attack (NewsFactor)
  87. Original iPhone Owners Have Options To Upgrade (NewsFactor)
  88. Lenovo Launches Powerhouse Quad-Core ThinkPad (NewsFactor)
  89. Web Firms Backpedal on Behavioral Ad Targeting (NewsFactor)
  90. New µTorrent Update Boosts Performance, Improves Vista Support
  91. Lab makes diesel fuel from E. coli poop
  92. 7 Lessons Olympians Can Teach Internet Entrepreneurs
  93. E-mail down? So what. No one uses e-mail anymore, do they?
  94. New SQL Injection Attack Fuses Malware, Phishing
  95. Nvidia Offers Free PhysX Games, Cool Utilities (PC Magazine)
  96. AT&T: Clearwire, Google Gaming Regulators (PC Magazine)
  97. Tire-Gauge Industry Pumps Up Obama Campaign Coffers
  98. U.S. fails to prosecute Internet fraud cases: report (Reuters)
  99. Twitter, Pownce Fight Spam With New 'Follower' Limits
  100. Q&A: Legendary 2600 Mag Editor Talks Bygone Hacking Eras
  101. P2P Sites Bring Home Loads of Olympic Gold
  102. Cramer Comet Lands On Pebble Beach
  103. Russia and Georgia Engaged In a Cyberwar
  104. Handy App Turns iPhone Into Wireless Drive
  105. Farmer turns to fruit tree to power tractors
  106. Linux Myths: Busted!
  107. 5 Advanced CSS and JavaScript Coding Solutions
  108. Home Science Under Attack In Massachusetts
  109. Motorists turn to carpool sites as gas prices rise (AP)
  110. One Man's Quest to Digitize Rare Vinyl, 78 by 78
  111. Google Using DoubleClick Tracking Cookies
  112. Hitwise provides more proof of Google's search dominance (CNET)
  113. Psystar Offers Restore Disc to Reinstall Leopard from DVD
  114. Oracle puts its spin on former BEA app server (InfoWorld)
  115. iPhone Customers Reporting 3G Connectivity Problems (NewsFactor)
  116. Military Spends $4.4M To Supersize Net Monitoring
  117. Olympics show enhanced with faked 'fireworks'
  118. Genetic Glitch May Prevent Kids From Learning From Their Mistakes
  119. Gmail Outage Raises Doubts About Cloud Computing (NewsFactor)
  120. Smart Contact Lenses
  121. Russian hackers continue attacks on Georgian sites (AP)
  122. High School Student Bought $1,000 iPhone App, Produces Video
  123. YouTube Yanks Free Tibet Video After IOC Pressure
  124. Chalkboard Sports Baseball for iPod released (Macworld.com)
  125. Turning Clean-Tech Engineers Into Entrepreneurs
  126. BSOD Makes Appearance at Olympic Opening Ceremonies
  127. Massive VMware Bug Shuts Systems Down
  128. What Should I Do With My Tech Junk?
  129. What Bandwidth Addiction Will Cost
  130. Flipping For Domains, Money Making Genie You Need To Know
  131. Who Wants To Be The Next Toothpaste Network Star?
  132. What Do You Do When the Cloud Shuts Down?
  133. Crying Foul over Online Junk Food Marketing (BusinessWeek Online)
  134. Two improved invisibility devices show themselves (USATODAY.com)
  135. MobileMe Mail and Gmail Go Down Simultaneously
  136. Lenovo Intros the Monstrous ThinkPad W700
  137. Can the Kindle Break the E-book Curse?
  138. Google's unhappy Android developers (InfoWorld)
  139. Why lawyers don't like Linux
  140. Let Your Theme Song be Your Password
  141. California lawmakers consider cyberbullying bill (CNET)
  142. Sam's Club stores highlight solar power (CNET)
  143. Donít Put Too Much Faith in High-Tech Passports
  144. Twitter Limits Following to 2,000
  145. GNU/Linux Desktop Market Share is 4% -- Gartner
  146. First All-Drone USAF Air Wing
  147. Irony (Pic)
  148. Apple Made the iPhone Less Stable Than Windows Mobile
  149. 8 More iPhone Tricks You Might Not Have Known
  150. Physics Nerds Rap About the LHC
  151. 15th Anniversary: Why J. J. Abrams, Joe Trippi and Hilary Rosen Remain Wired Heroes *
  152. 3 Smart Things About Sunburn
  153. Aug. 12, 1981: IBM Unveils 5150 PC
  154. Gallery: High-End Cycling Gear Juices Your Ride
  155. Shuttle replacement won't fly until 2014
  156. China to Build a Zero Carbon Green City
  157. Best Buy Vending Machines Coming to Airports
  158. Singapore Telecom Q1 net profit down 5.3 percent (AFP)
  159. Genetic Glitch May Prevent Kids from Learning from Their Mistakes
  160. Bush could weaken Endangered Species Act
  161. Intel Officially Brands Nehalem as 'Core i7' Processor
  162. How to Access Pandora From Anywhere in the World
  163. Gmail Suffers Outage, World Ends
  164. A Rarity As Of Late: Advantage AMD (Investor's Business Daily)
  165. iPhone 3G: What's the frequency? (CNET)
  166. Google resolves Gmail access problems (Reuters)
  167. NASA pushes back new space program (CNET)
  168. Prototype Anti-Piracy Tool Revealed and Taken Offline
  169. How to Watch Olympics Live under Linux
  170. Strong Bad Episode 1 Hits the WiiWare Shop
  171. Google Gmail users have trouble accessing accounts (Reuters)
  172. OpenGL 3.0 Released, Developers Furious
  173. Presenting the Cleanest Car in Beijing
  174. gOS's New Linux OS Embraces Google Applications
  175. IBM urges virtualization for datacenters (InfoWorld)
  176. Leap asks FCC to ban Verizon-Alltel purchase (Reuters)
  177. Allman band sues Universal over digital royalties (Reuters)
  178. Linux everywhere: mobile Internet devices and the cloud
  179. A Guided Tour of the $1,000 'I Am Rich' iPhone App
  180. EFF To Appeal Court Order Vs. Subway Hack Demo
  181. Coming Soon to an iPhone Near You: VoIP (NewsFactor)
  182. Teens Totally Not Into Olympics
  183. Gestures of Pride and Shame Are Universal
  184. Hydrogen Cars Go Cross-Country — With Help From Fossil Fuels
  185. IT Internship In the US For a Foreigner?
  186. Auto dealer software company slashes '08 outlook (AP)
  187. Sector Wrap: Major Internet stocks rise (AP)
  188. Where'd You Shoot That? Flickr Gets Better Geotagging Features
  189. Don't Touch That File! Modifying User Permissions in Unix
  190. Digital Camera Powered By a Fuel Cell
  191. Mr. Spock Unveils Preview of Star Trek Online (NewsFactor)
  192. Faster Attacks Break DNS Patches in Under 10 Hours (NewsFactor)
  193. Best Buy Gadget Kiosks Land at Airports (NewsFactor)
  194. Google Disavows Deep-Packet Inspection of Web Traffic (NewsFactor)
  195. Host Your Own Firefox Bookmarks Using Weave
  196. Aging Livers Get Help From Dr. Cuervo
  197. Napster quarterly loss increases, revenue falls (Reuters)
  198. Review: Online Olympics is ambitious, but not TV (AP)
  199. iPhone 2.0 Jailbreak Apps You Can't Find in the iTunes Store
  200. Steve Jobs Bobblehead iPhone Dock Brings A Jobsnote To Desk
  201. Who Owns Your Online Networking Contacts?
  202. Steve Jobs Confirms iPhone Has a Kill Switch (NewsFactor)
  203. Review: Fujitsu Notebook Blends Bland Styling, Bitchin' Performance
  204. Watching China Turn Off the Pollution
  205. Microsoft service packs boost developers (InfoWorld)
  206. Chrysler, Near Death, Readies for a Savior
  207. Estonia, Google Help 'Cyber-Locked' Georgia
  208. Review: 'Strong Bad' Laughs It Up on WiiWare
  209. Gallery: Images From the 16th Annual DefCon
  210. Opinion: Why laptops will kick desktop PCs to the curb
  211. Tiffany appeals eBay counterfeiting decision (AP)
  212. Hackers Vie to Win DefCon's Mystery Challenge
  213. First-Ever Photo Tour of Defcon's Network Center
  214. Stepping Through the InfoSec Program
  215. VoiceEngine VoIP tech license offered for iPhone (Macworld.com)
  216. Ex-chairs: FCC must stop "Victorian" indecency crusade
  217. Search Wikipedia The Pro Way
  218. BSOD Strikes Bird's Nest During Torch Lighting
  219. Best Linux Editor
  220. 11 Things We Hate About iTunes
  221. First-Ever Photo Tour of Defcon's Network Center
  222. Jobs Confirms Existence of iPhone 'Back Door' (PC Magazine)
  223. Review: 'Madden NFL 09' is a must-buy
  224. Microsoft online exec Berkowitz joins TheLadders board (CNET)
  225. Georgian president's Web site moves to Atlanta (AP)
  226. Scientists Closer To Invisibility Cloak
  227. Why Shoot Down a Satellite? Analyzing an Analysis
  228. Olympic Opening Ceremony Fireworks Were (Partly) Faked
  229. Citigroup sees better Amazon Kindle sales (Reuters)
  230. AMD vs. Intel: The Challenger's New Plan
  231. Why Twitter Hasnít Failed: The Power Of Audience
  232. VIA Quits Motherboard Chipset Business
  233. Why Shoot Down a Satellite? Analyzing an Analysis
  234. Hackers Use Facebook for Malware Attack (NewsFactor)
  235. Apple's App Store Sells $30 Million in 30 Days (NewsFactor)
  236. Tiffany says appeals eBay Internet ruling (Reuters)
  237. Broadband growth plummets in 2Q, cable stronger (AP)
  238. One Step Closer to the Invisible Man
  239. HTC Dream (Android) Video Emerges
  240. Citigroup sees better Amazon Kindle sales (Reuters)
  241. How the Wright Brothers Changed the World
  242. Defcon ends with researchers muzzled, viruses written (CNET)
  243. Apple, AT&T mum on iPhone 3G issues (CNET)
  244. Using My PC For Plain Old Telephone Service?
  245. Scientists Closer To Invisibility Cloak
  246. HP Buys Wireless Network Infrastructure Company (PC World)
  247. 7 Online Blunders That Threaten Your Identity
  248. New Tool to Automate Cookie Stealing from Gmail, Others
  249. Gnome has Empathy for You
  250. Apple Can Remotely Disable iPhone Apps