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1 Apple marketing chief oversees successful UK iPhone launch (photos)
2 Regent Street iPhone Launch
3 Latest Mac OS X 10.5.1 build fixes Finder data loss issue
4 iPhone to gain Apple Spotlight search in 2008
5 Ultra-portable Apple notebook to splash down at Macworld Expo
6 Road to Mac Office 2008: an introduction
7 Intel says Mac Pro-bound Harpertown Xeons set speed records
8 RUMOR: Ultra-thin, ultra-light Apple Mac subnotebook coming in January
9 BBC News reviews Apple iPhone: Will force every other competitor to raise its game
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11 Apple blasts Microsoft's Windows Vista in new 'Get a Mac' television ads
12 Intel's 45-nanometer Penryn family debuts
13 Apple: plenty more iPhone feature upgrades to come
14 O2: Apple iPhone 'the fastest-selling device we have ever seen'
15 ExtremeTech: Microsoft's Windows Vista simply can't compete with Apple's Mac OS X Leopard
16 RUMOR: Ultra-thin, ultra-light Apple Mac subnotebook coming in January
17 Do classical laws arise from quantum laws?
18 Rare great ape fossil challenges evolutionary theory: study
19 Clean, carbon-neutral hydrogen on the horizon
20 Chimps dig up clues to human past?
21 Researchers take first steps towards spinal cord reconstruction following injury
22 CentrAm natives savored chocolate before 1000 BC
23 Proteins pack tighter in crowded native state
24 Eating your greens could prove life-saving if a heart attack strikes
25 Brain2Robot
26 Yellowstone viruses 'jump' between hot pools
27 Scorpion Toxin Makes Fungus Deadly to Insect Pests
28 Stealthy, Versatile, and Jam Resistant Antennas made of Gas
29 Scientists discover record-breaking hydrogen storage materials for use in fuel cells
30 Breakthrough toward industrial-scale production of nanodevices
31 Toyota Annouces R&D for Standard Current Prius
32 Researchers identify how to switch off cancer cell genes
33 Security loophole found in Windows operating system
34 Study: Curvy hips lure men to smart women
35 Seaweed Transformed Into Stem Cell Technology
36 SKoreans use human stem cells to treat vascular disease
37 Scientists discover biological mechanism for enhanced carbon consumption in the ocean
38 Intel Launching New Chip Lineup
39 UFO sightings are no laughing matter, group says
40 Tracking Flow with Smart Dust
41 It's a century late, but Einstein's still right on time
42 Probing Question: Are Asteroids a Threat to Earth?
43 PMA-2 Move Readies Station for Harmony Relocation
44 Chinese Scientists Embark on Big Field Trip to Antarctica
45 Russia, India sign space research pact
46 New seismic vessel will look deep under oceans
47 Professor finds global warming is melting soft coral
48 Ocean robots network achieves universal coverage
49 Microsoft One-Ups Apple's IPod Engraving
50 Intel Gains in Fastest Computer List
51 IBM's Blue Gene Pulls Away from the Pack
52 Intel: New chips improve Web video quality
53 Engineering students use smart materials to design a smart wing
54 US Internet Control Discussed in Brazil
55 Light Corp. Unveils Wireless Lighting Control System
56 Many Parents Avoid Video Games With Kids
57 HP Advances Flexibility, Efficiency of Blades Across the Data Center
58 Disney to Launch Cell Service in Japan
59 Genetic technology reveals how poisonous mushrooms cook up toxins
60 Big ticket: You'll spend more thinking about your bank account than about your wallet
61 Octopus and kin inspire new camouflage strategies for military applications
62 Md. Scientists Monitor Saw-Whet Owls
63 Finger-Friendly 'Tactile Interface' Could Aid
64 Move over, Cal Band! The marching cells are here
65 The key to unlocking the secret of highly specific DNAzyme catalysis
66 New genetic lineage of Ebola virus discovered in great apes
67 That friendly car is smiling at me: When products are perceived as people
68 Toward cancer drugs that penetrate 10 times deeper into the brain
69 Foot-and-mouth lab looks for new home
70 Record number of twin pandas born in China: report
71 Brown root rot--a potentially serious forage crop disease--is found throughout the Northeast
72 'Dragon's blood' quenches stomach ulcer bacteria
73 Clues To Wrinkles May Be Found In Facial Bone Structure
74 Zinc transporters regulate pancreatic cancer
75 Herbal Sex Pills Pose Hidden Dangers
76 Eating fish, omega-3 oils, fruits and veggies lowers risk of memory problems
77 Study: Transplants Can Turn on Patients
78 Research shows few children receive a healthy lunch
79 Synthetic compound promotes death of lung-cancer cells, tumors
80 Actions speak louder: Why we use our past behavior to determine our current attitudes
81 Brain matures a few years late in ADHD, but follows normal pattern
82 Laser can spot illness before symptoms appear
83 Marrow program tapping into Web for donors
84 Long-term beta carotene supplementation may help prevent cognitive decline
85 An Alzheimer's vaccine?
86 Smokers Urged to Kick Bad Habit in the Butt
87 DNA advances fuel racism fears
88 Study: Early sex not cause of delinquency
89 Beef producers selling meat with E. coli
90 Research suggests mechanism for acne drug's link to depression
91 Obesity and overweight linked to higher prostate cancer mortality
92 En route to unexplored territory
93 Biological mechanism for enhanced carbon consumption in the ocean discovered
94 Human ancestors were more gatherers than hunters
95 Keele University reaches for the stars
96 Line Between Quantum And Classical Worlds Is At Scale Of Hydrogen Molecule
97 'Electronic Nose' Could Detect Hazards
98 An Alzheimer's Vaccine? Promising Results In Mice
99 Seaweed Transformed Into Stem Cell Technology
100 Edible Coatings Of Whey Help Keep Pathogens Off Meats
101 Feeling Stressed? How Your Skin, Hair And Nails Can Show It
102 New Targeted Approach To Light-activated Cancer Drugs
103 New Study Suggests Many Unknown Microbes in Soil
104 Exceptions Prove Rule Of Tropical Importance In Biodiversity
105 Diesel, Hybrid Vehicles Can Provide More Societal Benefits Than Gas-powered Autos
106 Mini-stroke warns that major stroke is near
107 Why dad's not as clever as you
108 Tortoise Genes and Island Beings
109 Rethinking Jupiter
110 Cosmological Data Affected By An Unexpected Source Of Radiation In Interstellar Space
111 SpaceX Completes Development Of Merlin Regeneratively Cooled Rocket Engine
112 World body warns over ocean 'fertilisation' to fix climate change
113 Groups oppose "ocean fertilisation" in Philippines
114 Missile Tit-For-Tat
115 Indonesia's Mount Kelut spews ash and lava
116 Human Ancestors: More Gatherers Than Hunters
117 Solar Wins PopSci 2007 Innovation of the Year
118 Brazil a 'green giant' in fight against climate change: UN chief
119 A Passion For Submarines Part Two
120 Time Magazine Recognizes The X-48B
121 Personal Navigation Devices Will Surpass 100 Million Units By 2011
122 Focusing Light on Silicon Beads
123 Smart Phone Suggests Things to Do
124 Stopping Cars with Radiation
125 Crops That Shut Down Pests' Genes
126 Gore, Joy See Green Economy Powered by Silicon Valley
127 The Helicopter: A Hundred Years of Hovering
128 Lung-on-a-Chip Replicates the Tiny Explosions Inside Diseased Lungs
129 New Method Uses Bacteria to Generate Hydrogen Gas
130 Cassini's Cosmic Recordings Double as Sci-Fi Soundtrack
131 Google's Latest Efforts Test the Open Waters
132 Peru temple, mural hints at complexity
133 It's a century late, but Einstein's still right on time
134 Double Trouble: What Really Killed the Dinosaurs
135 Monkeys rampage in Indian capital
136 Israel to encourage development of electric cars
137 Experts find jawbone of pre-human great ape
138 Rare great ape fossil challenges evolutionary theory: study
139 New Ancient Ape Species Discovered
140 World's smallest bear faces extinction
141 Hundreds sickened on Hawaiian cruise
142 Obesity Linked to Prostate Cancer Death Rates
143 Beta carotene protects memory in study
144 Long-Term Beta Carotene Use May Protect Against Dementia
145 Eyeglasses Upgrade Helps Elderly Battle Depression
146 Condom use reduces risk of bacterial vaginosis
147 Herbal sex pills pose hidden dangers
148 A tale of pigs, people, and a shared germ
149 Chocolate beer 3000 years old
150 Waste water plus bugs make hydrogen
151 Mama, is that you? Ape ancestor found
152 Pre-dating the love of chocolate
153 Suffolk bird flu is H5N1 strain
154 Science budgets 'must be robust'
155 India enters supercomputing race
156 No consensus on IPCC's level of ignorance
157 Getting more from Moore's Law
158 Fears over online banking checks
159 The Atari 2600 Is Famous
160 Wrong shoes danger for diabetics
161 Alcohol: Tips for safer drinking
162 Healthy diet 'cuts dementia risk'
163 Marvel Comics Takes An Online Leap
164 SF Bay Ship Pilot's Actions Investigated
165 Are Curvier Women Smarter?
166 4 Transplant Recipients Have AIDS Virus
167 Study: Eye Surgery Errors Avoidable
168 Fish Oil Supplements May Ease Lupus
169 Combo Therapy Slashes Heart Risk in RA
170 Alien Life Can Survive Trip to Earth, Space Test Shows
171 Largest U.S. Unmanned Rocket Launches Surveillance Satellite
172 Google releases tools for mobile system, seeks developers' help
173 From Danger's realm come Android's makers
174 Google has $10m in prizes
175 Microsoft Unveils Stand-Alone Virtualization Server
176 Apple iPhone Update Fixes Security Bug
177 Apple releases iPhone update 1.1.2
178 Briefly: iPhone Software version 1.1.2 now available via iTunes
179 Patent Reform Stalling in Senate
180 Oracle Salutes "Acquired Innovation"
181 Yahoo expands mobile search in Asia
182 Love of Chocolate May Have Begun With Cacao Beer
183 Chocolate began as beer-like brew 3,100 years ago
184 Chocolate Origins Traced to Beer Makers 3,000 Years Ago
185 Cacao beans were first used for alcohol, research finds
186 Today's Chocolate Is A "Happy Accident"
187 Seeking beer, ancient Central Americans discovered chocolate
188 Intel Penryn: better, faster, smaller, greener (and brrr!)
189 Intel's Penryn Chips Offer Speed Boost To Business Apps, Games, And Video
190 Marvel Comics offers digital archive subscriptions
191 Out of the Gate: Apple and China Mobile
192 China Mobile in Negotiation with Apple to Bring iPhone to China
193 China Mobile May Sell iPhone
194 Thousands Buy iPhones in UK and Germany
195 Did The iPhone Bomb In The U.K.?
196 O2: iPhone is 'fastest-selling device'
197 O2 chief dampens iPhone hype
198 Experts find jawbone of pre-human great ape in Kenya
199 Experts find jawbone of pre-human great ape in Kenya
200 Jawbone Sheds Light on Divergence of Humans and Apes
201 Experts find rare jawbone fossil of pre-human great ape
202 Brain Matures Late in Kids With ADHD
203 Beta carotene protects memory in U.S. study
204 Researchers Say Vaccine May Prevent, Slow Alzheimer's Disease
205 Alzheimer's "vaccine" seen to help mice
206 Herbal Sex Pills Not Quite Safe
207 Human cloning coming soon
208 Herbal sex pill shock in US
209 220 sick on cruise ship
210 Bottled water a rip-off: NCF
211 No cheap drug breakthrough
212 Video game lowers stress
213 Meat vs. Potatoes: What Our Chimp Ancestors Liked
214 Scientists See Early Universe in Grains of Sand
215 What Do Camels Eat in the Desert?
216 Biological Reactors Make Hydrogen Fuel from Sewage
217 The Dawn of Chocolate Discovered
218 Monkeys Fuss Over Inequality
219 Long-Term Beta Carotene Use May Protect Against Dementia
220 Paris Hilton Tries to Help Drunken Elephants
221 After 250 Years of Classifying Life, 90 Percent Remains Unknown
222 How Mice Hook Up
223 Medical Literacy: Read this or Die
224 Saving Birds After Oil Spills: Feels Good, Costs Fortune, Accomplishes Little
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