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  1. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  2. NSA Red Team Top Hacker Speaks Out
  3. Helping your Mac Pro run a little faster
  4. Playlist: Spaced Out Architecture, Troll 2 Fest, Futurama DVD
  5. How to See 93 Million Miles: Plan a Trip to a Total Solar Eclipse
  6. 15th Anniversary: 5 Things Wired Pronounced Dead Prematurely
  7. 150th Anniversary of Theory of Evolution
  8. FBI Illegally Tapped Phone Phreaks In 1969
  9. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  10. NSA Red Team Top Hacker Speaks Out
  11. Helping your Mac Pro run a little faster
  12. FBI Illegally Tapped Phone Phreaks In 1969
  13. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  14. Helping your Mac Pro run a little faster
  15. Xandros Reportedly Buys Out Linspire
  16. BitTorrent Seed Farmer found guilty, faces 10 years in jail
  17. Hollywood studio, Google forge new ground on Web (Reuters)
  18. First Look: Intrepid Ibex Alpha Points to Ubuntu's Mobile Future
  19. Game makers set September release for "Rock Band 2" (Reuters)
  20. Rating the Games-on-Demand Services
  21. Gene Editing Could Make Anyone Immune to AIDS
  22. Tesla Model S: a $60k, all-electric five passenger Sedan
  23. FBI's Next-Gen ID Databank to Scan Eyes, Raise Eyebrows
  24. Mac OSX 10.5.4 Realeased!!
  25. iGoogle transformed into a social site
  26. Telecom Amnesty Foes Lobby Obama Using Obama Tech
  27. Nokia signs Warner Music to Comes With Music service (CNET)
  28. 'World of Warcraft' to sell token device for added security (CNET)
  29. Google Moves Maps to Tele Atlas as Nokia Buys Navteq (NewsFactor)
  30. Netgear Debuts Open-Source Router (PC Magazine)
  31. Minnesota Pays Video Game Industry $65K In Fees
  32. Group Suggests an Exchange to Trade Internet Capacity - NYTi
  33. RIAA 'Making Available' Argument: File Sharers 'Freeload'
  34. Some Developers Leaving Google For Microsoft
  35. Netflix Changes Its Mind, Will Keep Profiles Feature
  36. Recreating Aztec 'Whistles of Death'
  37. Netflix Changes Its Mind, Will Keep Profiles Feature
  38. What's Inside a Camera? Saw It In Half and See
  39. Microsoft reportedly to cut price of Xbox 360 to $299 (Reuters)
  40. Algorithm Names Powell 'Ideal' Vice President Candidate
  41. Sprint may be making a comeback (CNET)
  42. Family Guy Creator Leads TV's Migration To Internet (NewsFactor)
  43. PlayStation 3 Update Boosts In-Game Interaction (NewsFactor)
  44. Windows XP Era Ends, Though 'Downgrade' Available (NewsFactor)
  45. June 30: Goodbye, XP! Hello, Midori?!
  46. How to Get a Copy of Windows XP Even Though it's 'Dead'
  47. Verizon, Rhapsody Team up on Mobile Music (PC World)
  48. 'Grid' takes the checkered flag in racing games (AP)
  49. Microsoft Releases Pre-2007 Binary File Format Specs
  50. New Site Aims at Government Conversations (PC World)
  51. What Do You Want On Future Browsers?
  52. LugRadio Decides To Call It Quits
  53. Deep Packet Inspection and Your Privacy Online
  54. Preview: 'Too Human' Is Over in 10 Short Hours
  55. LugRadio Decides To Call It Quits
  56. Digg Recommendation Engine Rolling Out This Week (VIDEO!)
  57. Swedes protest sweeping e-mail eavesdropping law (AP)
  58. Google Apps Hacks
  59. Optical illusion creates fake speed bumps
  60. Leaked Screen Shots Of Mythical Digg Recommendation Engine
  61. Skyhook combines GPS and Wi-Fi for location (CNET)
  62. Google Wants to Dominate Your TV with Media Server (NewsFactor)
  63. Microsoft Debuts Xbox 360 License Transfer Tool (PC Magazine)
  64. FBI's New Eye Scan Database Raising Eyebrows
  65. Yahoo unveils its version of timeline of failed Microsoft talks (CNET)
  66. Rhapsody Launches DRM-Free Online Music Store (NewsFactor)
  67. Cognos Business Intelligence Software Ported to System Z (PC World)
  68. Yahoo's board takes its case to shareholders (AP)
  69. eBay told to pay $59M to fashion brand for fakes (AP)
  70. Review of Das Keyboard
  71. RMS and Clipperz Promoting Freedom In the Cloud
  72. Brightnets are Owner Free File Systems
  73. Some fear debut of powerful atom-smasher
  74. Rhapsody Moves Music Sales to Online MP3 Format
  75. Yahoo lobbies for its board slate, management (Reuters)
  76. RMS and Clipperz Promoting Freedom In the Cloud
  77. If You Want Windows XP, Better Buy it Today
  78. Here's the Lowdown on PS3's Big Firmware Update
  79. What NAS To Buy?
  80. PopTok lets movie snippets do the talking in online messaging (AFP)
  81. Apple Laptop Upgrades Costing 200% More Than Dells
  82. Donors sign up to have bodies displayed
  83. Lost something? Check the virtual lost & found
  84. Protesters spend 18 months atop trees
  85. Online fashion firm ASOS shines in consumer gloom (Reuters)
  86. Laptops banned in Bhutan assembly over gaming fears (Reuters)
  87. Brightnets are Owner Free File Systems
  88. Encrypted Traffic No Longer Safe From Throttling
  89. Horny for Ubuntu 8.10: first look at Intrepid Ibex
  90. How you will shop in the "Supermarket of the future"
  91. LVMH wins compensation from eBay in counterfeit case (Reuters)
  92. Week in video-game news: 'Fallout 3' returns (AP)
  93. Tech Giants Pooling Cash To Buy Patents
  94. How TMZ uses tech to get in your face (CNET)
  95. eBay to appeal French court ruling in LVMH dispute (Reuters)
  96. The last chance to save Windows XP (InfoWorld)
  97. Cell phones rules changing for Calif. drivers (AP)
  98. GoDaddy VP Caught Bidding Against Customers
  99. Think Rogers iPhone plans are unfair? Try living in Sweden
  100. LEGO Gun Will Make You Shoot Bricks
  101. Vodafone in music deal with MySpace (Reuters)
  102. Hands on With ECS's G10IL Mini-laptop With 3G (PC World)
  103. iPhone App Enables GSM To WiFi/VoIP Switching
  104. What are the Costs You Will Face With New Copyright Bill
  105. Game|Life Episode 20: Games on Demand
  106. Video: Lab-Grown Meat's Tough to Swallow
  107. Tech giants form group to buy patents (CNET)
  108. Rhapsody to challenge iTunes by embracing the iPod (Reuters)
  109. Verizon Wireless gets Rhapsody music subscriptions (AP)
  110. Wired.com Photo Contest: Food
  111. June 30, 1908: A Very Close Encounter of the Second Kind
  112. Games Without Frontiers: 'Space Invaders' Remake Takes Retro Gaming to the Limit
  113. Gallery: Top 10 Wired.com Readers' Square Photos, Decided by You
  114. Gallery: Top 10 Wired Square Photos, Decided by Us
  115. Can Verizon VCast take on iTunes? (CNET)
  116. Verizon Wireless gets Rhapsody music subscriptions (AP)
  117. Beating Comcast's Sandvine On Linux With Iptables
  118. Researchers Make Noise About Aztec Whistles of Death
  119. MPAA helps land criminal conviction in P2P piracy case (CNET)
  120. Microsoft to stop selling Windows XP on Monday (AP)
  121. Tracking Nightlife Activity : Mapping the Cool Quest
  122. Coming Soon: The Real McFly 2015 Sneakers
  123. Your Online Profile Actually Tells a Lot About You
  124. Your Online Profile Actually Tells a Lot About You
  125. Your Online Profile Actually Tells a Lot About You
  126. Oracle Still Top Dog in Tough Database Market (PC World)
  127. Google taps 'Family Guy' guy for Web series (CNET)
  128. Fresh Air For Windows?
  129. Some Proof That Marijuana Is a Powerful Medicine
  130. Microsoft to stop selling Windows XP on Monday (AP)
  131. 40 Years After Carterphone Ended AT&T Equipment Monopoly
  132. Coming Soon: Pirate TV Show
  133. Dead at 92, Business Computing Pioneer David Caminer
  134. Russian Search Engine: Where Google Isn't Goliath
  135. Google on How they Use Data to fight Web Spam
  136. 9,000 Canadians petition Steve Jobs for iPhone rate relief
  137. User-Generated Content Makes Web the New Sweatshop
  138. ICANN Gets Pwned
  139. Russia to create Internet addresses in Cyrillic (AFP)
  140. A Video Game To Teach AP Level Immunology
  141. Cell Phones Tracking Nightlife Activity
  142. 'Doctor Who' Cliffhanger Teases Endless Possibilities
  143. Secrets of 'Wanted''s Insane On-Screen Action
  144. New Wash. law bans hand-held phones while driving (AP)
  145. AP Interview: Ex-Intel head pushes electric cars (AP)
  146. Web still taking backseat to TV at Olympics (CNET)
  147. Magazine Photos Fool Age-verification Cameras
  148. Cocoa-Like JavaScript Framework Announced
  149. Al-Qaeda's Growing Online Offensive
  150. Windows Could Use a Rush of Fresh Air
  151. Cancer Resistance Technique Moves To Human Trials
  152. Persistent Terminals For a Dedicated Computing Box?
  153. Al-Qaeda's Growing Online Offensive
  154. The Future Has a Kill Switch
  155. Me.com Email Addresses Now Working
  156. GoDaddy VP Caught Bidding Against Customers
  157. Casting Doubt On the Hawkeye Ball-Calling System
  158. Blizzard Introduces One-Time Password Devices For WoW
  159. Bilzzard Introduces One-Time Password Devices For WoW
  160. Man auctions off his life, sale price disappoints (Reuters)
  161. Ares V Rocket Bigger and Stronger For Moon Mission
  162. 24 Unforgettable Advertisements [PICS]
  163. U.S. escalating covert operations against Iran - report (Reuters)
  164. UNKLE Goes Widescreen, Remixes 'X-Files'
  165. Progress Buys Two SOA Tool Vendors In Two Days (TechWeb)
  166. Casting Doubt On the Hawkeye Ball-Calling System
  167. Wireless Company To Allow Other Carriers' Devices
  168. US-EU private data sharing agreement at hand: report (AFP)
  169. California Wildfires Threaten Public Health
  170. MSI Wind Running Mac OS X Also Thinks It's a Mac Pro
  171. Prescription Meds: Rock's New Drug of Choice?
  172. MS To Become Open Source Friendly Post Gates
  173. EMI sues Hi5, VideoEgg over user-uploaded videos (CNET)
  174. Netgear Launches Open Source-Friendly Wireless Router
  175. Open Letter to Steve Jobs about the iPhone in Canada
  176. The Interactive Linux Kernel Map
  177. IRobot Looj Gutter Cleaning Robot Review
  178. Thinking of Security Vulnerabilities As Defects
  179. Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 1 released - code name "Intrepid Ibex"
  180. Cooling Data Centers Could Prevent Massive Electrical Waste
  181. Can Miracle Material Stop Radiation?
  182. 'Mr. Clock Radio' Wakes Up the Horror
  183. iPhone gets one step closer to China (CNET)
  184. What Happened To Palm?
  185. Bill Gates: top ten greatest hits (and misses)
  186. Scientists: Atom Smasher Won't Spawn Scary Black Holes
  187. Bill Gates signs off at Microsoft (AFP)
  188. Working With 2 ISPs For Home Networking?
  189. US To Get EU Private Citizen Data
  190. The 13 Best Movie Robots
  191. NBC offers wide online access for Beijing Olympics (AP)
  192. NASA to Launch Solar Sail
  193. MPAA Scores First P2P Jury Conviction
  194. Alfresco-Adobe Pact Continues To Strengthen Open Source
  195. Another Inventor of the Internet Wants To Gag It
  196. Geek? Required Reading in Social Media
  197. US To Get EU Private Citizen Data
  198. Text-Messaging Behind the Wheel
  199. ArsTech: Windows Mobile and the planned acquisition of Mobi
  200. Text-Messaging Behind the Wheel
  201. Studies Show the Value of Not Overthinking
  202. Studies Show the Value of Not Overthinking
  203. Studies Show the Value of Not Overthinking
  204. Rogers + iPhone plans in Canada = Screw you.
  205. Blizzard Announces Diablo 3
  206. Blizzard Announces Diablo 3
  207. Blizzard Announces Diablo 3
  208. Feds Say They're Ready For Monday's IPv6 Deadline
  209. Malaysian Government Orders Immediate Torrent Site Blackout
  210. Feds Say They're Ready For Monday's IPv6 Deadline
  211. Malaysian Government Orders Immediate Torrent Site Blackout
  212. Feds Say They're Ready For Monday's IPv6 Deadline
  213. Malaysian Government Orders Immediate Torrent Site Blackout
  214. You Suck at Photoshop #11 - Smart Objects
  215. Things No One Gives Microsoft Credit For (But Should)
  216. 300 Internet death threats since Tokyo killing spree (AFP)
  217. Anti-Evolution "Academic Freedom" Bill Passed In Louisiana
  218. Nvidia says no to free drivers, I say no to Nvidia
  219. 42 Extremely Creative Advertisements I have Ever Seen!
  220. Meet the Man Who Could Destroy Photogragraphy
  221. eBay Australia Delays PayPal Change Indefinitely
  222. Firefox Addiction... It's an Epidemic!
  223. University looks beyond Mars mission
  224. Progress Buys Two SOA Tool Vendors In Two Days (TechWeb)
  225. Wine 1.1.0 Released
  226. Pieces of Ancient Earth May Be Hidden On the Moon
  227. 5 Ways to Make Your Company Gen Y-Friendly
  228. 30+ Must-Have Updated Firefox 3 Extensions
  229. The Real Wall-E: meet uBot-5 a high-tech personal assistant
  230. Authorized lyrics sites struggle to grow (Reuters)
  231. OCZ's Brain Wave Interface Headband Reviewed
  232. Straight-to-Web video camcorder is easy to use
  233. Rogers, you ruined my iPhone dream.
  234. VelociRaptors In RAID 5, A Case Study In Speed
  235. Google Grab bag: Gmail limits and more (CNET)
  236. Activision launches Aerosmith-only "Guitar Hero" (Reuters)
  237. Uncle Sam Rolls in a 100-MPG Hybrid
  238. Sourceforge.net Blocked In Mainland China
  239. The Bill Gates Timeline
  240. Tips For Keeping Your RSS Feeds Lean and Clean
  241. ICANN and IANA Sites Hacked, Redirected
  242. Where To Draw the Line With Embryo Selection?
  243. 'Dark Knight' Selling Out 3 Weeks Early
  244. IsoHunt Goes Secure, Adds SSL Encryption
  245. Make Your PC Phone Home: How to Access Your Computer Remotely
  246. California Traffic: Like a Wildfire Every 9 Days
  247. Review: 'Operation Darkness' Succeeds Despite Flaws
  248. Q&A: 90 Minutes With Miyamoto, Nintendo's Master of Amusement
  249. MPAA Scores First P2P Jury Conviction
  250. Hacker Launches Botnet Attack via P2P Software