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1 4-Acre Spider Web Engulfs Building
2 Touch and Go
3 The Apple Watch Just Got the Perfect Rival: Microsoft's Band
4 Why Tim Cook's 'Proud to Be Gay' Essay Means So Much to the Workplace
5 Meet the Wizards and Lords That Rule the Suburbs of Utah
6 Nike's Digital Guru Hints at the Post-FuelBand Future
7 Double Action: Boogaloo Is a Free-to-Play Multiplayer Shooter With Serious Style
8 The Gadgets and Gear We Couldn't Get Enough of in October
9 HP's New PC Can Project a Touchscreen Onto Your Desk
10 Microsoft Could Still Win the Future of Health Wearables
11 The Most Terrifying Non-Horror Movies We've Ever Seen
12 Week's Best TV: Key and Peele Want Your Soul, and Other Joys
13 Science's Favorite Deep-Sea Explorer Gets High-Tech Upgrades
14 A Rare Peek Inside the Famed Factory Where Ferraris Are Born
15 Absurd Creatures of the Week: Disco Snails and Other Real-Life Zombies That'll Blow Your Mind
16 Why Don't Any Americans Race in Formula One?
17 Hypnotic Video Takes You Tripping Through the World's Greenhouses
18 Pirate Bay Founder Convicted on Hacking Charges; Sentenced to 3.5 Years
19 Nintendo's New Health Device Listens to You Sleep
20 Digital Innovation and the Future of Storytelling: A New Golden Age?
21 Fiat Is Selling Ferrari. What's the Worst That Could Happen?
22 The Best Thing About Microsoft's Health Tracker Is That It's Cross-Platform
23 Five Ways to Move Your Big Data Projects Into the Cloud
24 Happy Arachtober: Spider Cthulhu
25 This App Uses Your Neighbors' Phones to Find Your Lost Pet
26 The Invention of the Equals Sign
27 Sneaky Jays Look and Listen to Steal From Others
28 Tim Cook Tells the World 'I'm Proud to Be Gay'
29 What Can You Do With All That Halloween Candy?
30 20 Incredible Photos of a World Too Tiny to See
31 Why It Took 23 Years to Link Amelia Earhart's Disappearance to This Scrap of Metal
32 6 Expert Tricks for Getting the Best Candy This Halloween
33 We'd Sell a Kidney for One of These Vintage British Motorcycles
34 This Fiery Tool Finishes Your Meat With a Blast of Heat
35 Sliders, Knobs, and Dials That Give Your Tablet a Physical Interface
36 Movie House
37 Cape Watch: Marvel Takes Over the World, Lets White Guys Take a Breather
38 These Creepy Lego Creations Are Definitely Not Kid-Friendly
39 How Facebook Could End Up Controlling Everything You Watch and Read Online
40 America's Polling Places Desperately Need a Redesign
41 Science Graphic of the Week: How Magic Mushrooms Rearrange Your Brain
42 The Bizarre Toy Cameras That Heralded the Age of Instagram
43 Hawaii's Explosive Past and Destructive Future Revealed in This Beautiful Comic
44 Civilization: Beyond Earth Doesn't Offer Players Anything New
45 The Real-Life Inspiration for the Super Friends' Hall of Justice Is in Danger
46 Hacker Dreams Up Crypto Passport Using the Tech Behind Bitcoin
47 Flipboard Finally Ditches Its iPad Roots With a Smarter Phone App
48 Why So Many American Retailers Are Fighting to Freeze Out Apple Pay
49 What Science Lost in the Antares Rocket Explosion
50 Personal: Check. Next Up: The Workplace -- Contextual Communications Change the Game
51 Last-Minute Tech Tips for Making Your Halloween Nice and Creepy
52 Beyond Disruption: The Age of the Impact Entrepreneur
53 After IBM Deal With Twitter, Watson Supercomputer Can Mine Mountains of Tweets
54 Two Years After Sandy, See How Much It Changed the Neighborhoods It Hit
55 New Species of Frog Discovered in New York City
56 King of Free Online Courses May Soon Add Videochats With Professors
57 Facebook, Google, and the Rise of Open Source Security Software
58 FCC Proposes New Rule to Make All Your Cord Cutting Fantasies Come True
59 Former Head of Google Wallet Debuts a Universal Payments Terminal
60 A Day With Project Ara, Google's Crazy Modular Phone
61 One of the Funniest Adventure Games Ever Is Finally Back on Sale
62 MIT Media Lab Gets a Transforming Logo, Courtesy of Pentagram
63 The Beautiful, Goofy Art of Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh
64 Swim Through the Oceans at Your Desk With Google's 360-Degree Seaview
65 The Saddest Office Cubicles We Could Find
66 How to Turn Off Your Mac's Annoying Call-Forwarding Feature
67 Hackers Are Using Gmail Drafts to Update Their Malware and Steal Data
68 The Wonderful Possibilities of Connecting Your Fridge to the Internet
69 23 Beautiful Products to Make Waking Up Suck a Little Less
70 This Self-Stabilizing Boat's Deck Is Always Flat, Even in Rough Waters
71 After 70 Years, a Forgotten Concept Car Is Finally Coming to Life
72 Formlabs Whips Up New Squishy, Shiny 3-D Printing Materials
73 WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Fringe
74 Fantastically Wrong: The Real-Life Journey to the Center of the Earth That Almost Was
75 Crash-Avoidance System for Drones Aims to Keep Crowded Skies Safe
76 This University Teaches You No Skills—Just a New Way to Think
77 40 Years of the World's Best Microscope Photos
78 Planes, Trains, and Spy Gear: Here's What to See in DC
79 Rocket Headed for Space Station Explodes After Liftoff
80 These Affordable 3-D Printers Are Impressive—And Plagued by Weak Software
81 Check Out Marvel's Next 9 Movies, Including Black Panther and More Avengers
82 The Amazon Fire Phone's Worst Reviews Are From Angry Environmentalists
83 To Keep Its Stars Happy, YouTube May Let You Pay to Skip Ads
84 Investment Startup for Tech's Young Millionaires Now Wants Your Money, Too
85 Google Developing a Pill That Would Detect Cancer and Other Diseases
86 A Slick New Interactive 3-D Poster for the Divergent Sequel Insurgent
87 The Future of Fraud
88 When Shared Data Is Not Reproducible: Science Is Broken--But It Can Be Fixed
89 New Droid Turbo Charges to 8 Hours of Battery Life in Just 15 Minutes
90 A Stellar New Fantasy Novel and 4 Other Books We're Reading This Month
91 Unveiled: The Poster for Blackhat, Michael Mann's Hacker Movie
92 Map How People Around the World Answer Any Question You Can Think Of
93 The Physics of a Spinning Spacecraft in Interstellar
94 Angry Nerd: Horror Movie Clich├ęs Must Die!
95 How Utah's Bryce Canyon Got Its Bizarre, Beautiful Sandstone Formations
96 What's Up With That: People Feel the Weather in Their Bones
97 An Open Source Platform That Makes Building Apps Cheap and Easy
98 The Next Big Thing You Missed: The Startup That Makes It Easy to Launch Your Own Dollar Shave Club
99 Camera-Covered Jacket Turns You Into a Walking Surveillance Station
100 The NBA's New High-Tech Control Center Is a Hoops Fan's Dream