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1 Forbes: Apple's iPhone may have already rendered Amazon's new Kindle eBook reader obsolete
2 Apple warns 'Boot Camp' could lead to fewer Mac apps
3 Black market Apple iPhones are China's newest 'Ai Feng' ('Love Craze')
4 Survey shows IT pros considering Apple's Mac OS X vs. migrating to Windows Vista
5 T-Mobile Germany ordered to allow iPhone use on rival carriers
6 Apple's Mac OS X Leopard, Mac OS X Server Leopard awarded UNIX 03 certification
7 Another Nail for MS
8 Dualy Adds 802.11b/g/n to USB Macs
9 Mac OS X Leads Pack of Vista Alternatives
10 Zenhabits: How to Get Things Done on Your Mac
11 Even minute levels of lead cause brain damage in children
12 Regular exercise reduces risk of blood clots
13 The World's Tiniest Projector: Hikari Pro 920
14 Review: Web Site Helps Track Trip Plans
15 After Mona Lisa, scientist strips down Leonardo's 'Lady with Ermine'
16 Regulation of the retinoic acid gradient in zebrafish embryos
17 Bees are the new silkworms
18 Researchers find memory can be manipulated by photos
19 Like father, like son: Attractiveness is hereditary
20 3-D photonic crystals will revolutionize telecommunications
21 Cancer drug works by overactivating cancer gene
22 Clean Room Classic: Vacuum Evaporator Purchased 50 Years Ago Still Going Strong
23 Astronomers Say Moons Like Ours Are Uncommon
24 Study Finds Significant N. American Internet Capacity Limitations
25 Stem cell breakthrough uses human skin not embryos
26 Axions Not Cause of Unexpected Observation
27 Thermoelectric materials are 1 key to energy savings
28 Researchers Discover Surface Orbital 'Roughness' in Manganites
29 'Wiring up' enzymes for producing hydrogen in fuel cells
30 Researchers present new solution for miniaturized organic lasers
31 Organic Molecules Stay on
32 SE Asian leaders back nuclear energy
33 Goddard Engineers and Divers Multi-Task for Hubble
34 Bargain Basement Satellites
35 S. Korea outlines space program
36 China Manned Mission to Follow Olympics
37 Near Zero Emissions Coal study launched in Beijing
38 Padang: a major Indonesian city threatened by disaster
39 Cap-and-trade policies could hurt Utah
40 Bookmark Improvements New to Firefox 3
41 Year-old Storm virus still infecting PCs
42 Virtual Eve: first in human computer interaction
43 Most college students wish they were thinner, study shows
44 Rogue bacteria involved in both heart disease and infertility
45 Researcher to Study Dog Genome for Clues to Lymphoma in Humans
46 Selective memory helpful short-term but harmful long-term
47 Study suggests adjusting PSA scores for obese men or cancers may be missed
48 Monkeys able to fend off AIDS-like symptoms with enhanced HIV vaccine
49 Nuclear desalination
50 Study looks at sensing, movement and behavior
51 Selfish DNA and the Genetic Control of Vector-Borne Diseases
52 During biggest travel weekend, beware of states that don't enforce seat belt laws
53 Stress response in the brain relies on a blood-thinning protein
54 Digging biblical history, or the end of the world
55 Secrets in rare cartography
56 Reprogramming the debate: stem-cell finding alters ethical controversy
57 Woody species in floating marshes drive plant diversity
58 Versatile Computer Program Works For Detecting Best Blogs And Worst Water
59 Telecommuting Has Mostly Positive Consequences For Employees And Employers
60 Brain Imaging Shows How Men And Women Cope Differently Under Stress
61 Women's Medical Needs Are Vastly Different Than Men's
62 Flavonoid-rich Diet Helps Women Decrease Risk Of Ovarian Cancer
63 Magnetic Nanoparticles Detect And Remove Harmful Bacteria
64 Novel Way Found To Prevent Protein Plaques Implicated In Alzheimer's
65 Stem Cells without the Embryos
66 E-Paper Comes Alive
67 Better Computer Chips, Sooner
68 Stem Cell Breakthrough Is Like 'Turning Lead Into Gold'
69 Firefox 3 Beta 1 Arrives in Fighting Shape
70 More Evidence We've Entered the End of Oil
71 Flying Spaghetti Monster Inspires Wonky Religious Debate
72 Cellphones Get a Boost, Thanks to Radios Made of Software
73 Stem cell breakthrough defuses debate
74 Stem cell breakthrough uses human skin not embryos
75 Endangered bighorn sheep to get collars
76 Why Obese Men Post Lower PSA Levels
77 Obesity can skew key prostate cancer test results
78 Removing tonsils may not be best for kids: study
79 PET Scans Can Spot Cervical Cancer's Return
80 Women aren't men--yet studies often apply results in men to women
81 T-Mobile Germany's iPhone Exclusivity Challenged by Vodafone
82 Scientists: Skin cells can behave like stem cells
83 Romulus and Remus cave may have been found: experts
84 Science and Uncertainty
85 Sex Scandal Hits Atlanta-Area Megachurch
86 Starting Tuesday, plastic bags illegal at big S.F. grocery stores
87 Cannabis Compound May Stop Metastatic Breast Cancer
88 Migraine Tied to Thickening in Brain Area
89 Jade Earrings Reveal Ancient S.E. Asian Trade Route
90 Noah's Flood May Have Triggered European Farming
91 Noah's Ark Discovered in Iran?
92 Photo in the News: Grotto of Rome's Founders Revealed
93 Human Skin Cells Given Stem Cell Properties
94 Why did the chipmunk not cross the road?
95 Giant sea scorpion discovered
96 Drug firms accused of biasing doctors' training
97 Cosmic-ray source still in doubt
98 A Breakthrough on Stem Cells
99 Most U.S. Family Physicians Are Foreign
100 Secondhand Dope Smoke: False Positive or Fallacy?
101 'Dancing With the Stars' One Star Short of a Finale
102 Pumpkin Pie That Loves You Back!
103 Cruciferous Veggies Deserve to Shine on the Thanksgiving Table
104 Walking off the Weight
105 Human Embryonic Stem Cells--Without an Embryo
106 Rock Center Tree Lights Go 'green'
107 Astronomers driven to the end of the earth
108 Embryonic stem cells without embryos
109 Man-sized sea scorpion claw found
110 Skin transformed into stem cells
111 Astronauts aim for tight deadline
112 'Mythical Roman cave' unearthed
113 'This is a very exciting advance'
114 Cancer studies 'wasted millions'
115 How cancer studies wasted cash
116 Could failure be thy name?
117 New life inside the depressed brain
118 Astronauts Wire Up New Space Station Room
119 Scientists Find Fossil Of Enormous Bug
120 Stem Cell Breakthrough Avoids Embryo Use
121 Stiff Arteries May Stifle Aging Mind
122 Police Smelled Trouble With Teenagers
123 Spacewalkers Outfit Space Station's Newest Room
124 Human skin cells reprogrammed to act like stem cells
125 Let's Hope Kindle Is Only Chapter One
126 Amazon's Kindle vs. Sony's Reader
127 Mozilla Rolls Out Firefox 3.0 Beta
128 Vodafone wins round against iPhone in Germany
129 Vodafone Calls iPhone Foul
130 Facebook responds to MoveOn criticism of ad program
131 Vista Service Pack Doesn't Speed OS
132 AT&T Articulates its Open Handset Alliance Concerns
133 Open Mobile SDKs March to Freedom
134 Scientists Bypass Need for Embryo to Get Stem Cells
135 Stem Cell Q&A
136 Scientists turn ordinary skin cells into stem cells
137 Quit smoking pill being investigated
138 FDA probes reports of problem behavior with Pfizer drug
139 Pedometer users walk farther, get healthier, researchers say
140 Non-Toxic Marijuana Compound May Stop Spread Of Breast Cancer
141 Let's talk turkey
142 Thanksgiving Turkey Tips to Keep Food Poisoning at Bay
143 Web design apps for beginners
144 New Way to ID Stars in Night Sky Photos
145 Earth's Moon is Rare Oddball
146 NASA Mars Rover Opportunity: Rock Abrasion Tool Shows Anomalous Behavior
147 NASA Mars Opportunity Rover Finds Way to Brush Rock Surfaces Despite Setbacks
148 Spotlight on Titan During Recent Cassini Flyby
149 Enceladus in Hiding
150 Circling Satellites
151 Mars Rovers Most Amazing Discoveries
152 Biotechnology business booming, industry says
153 Time running out for tasmanian devils
154 Monster sea scorpion was 'bigger than man'
155 Hungry humpbacks on the move
156 Rome's legendary she-wolf cave located: minister
157 Researchers hail stem cell 'Holy Grail'
158 Plant goo waves insects goodbye
159 Whale lost in Amazon found dead
160 Playing the meter
161 UK broadband use reaches new high
162 T-Mobile to open up iPhone sales
163 Pay Me for My Content
164 Do small firms really need a website?
165 U.K. In Uproar Over Massive Data Loss
166 Cheetah Escape Baffles Mo. Zoo Officials
167 Florida's Oyster Industry Drying Up?
168 Rome's Legendary "Wolf" Nursery Unveiled
169 Help! A Bug Way Too Big To Kill
170 Iowa Family Trapped In Corn Avalanche
171 Ancient sea scorpion was 8 feet long
172 Scientist Discover Super-Sized Ancient Sea Scorpion
173 German Scientist Discovers Fossil of Giant Sea Scorpion Claw
174 Fossil Reveals Monster Scorpion
175 Verizon Turns Up Its Cool Quotient
176 Behold the cranberry: A healthy holiday favorite
177 Bounty of the Bog Gets Pricier
178 Relish This: Give cranberries a fresh star turn
179 Cranberries: The little berry that could
180 Cranberries to relish
181 Cranberries are in season
182 Tryptophan, Turkey and Trust
183 Give Thanks: Cranberries, Best of Super Foods
184 Eating right
185 After-dinner nap may be long overdue
186 Sleepy after meal? Don't blame turkey
187 New Method Equalizes Stem Cell Debate
188 Scientists turn human skin cells into stem cells in breakthrough
189 Stem-cell breakthrough might erase controversy
190 Both sides applaud stem-cell advance
191 Breakthrough on stem cells
192 U.N. Agency Denies Inflating Cases of H.I.V. Deliberately
193 Pedometer users walk farther, get healthier, researchers say
194 Pedometers increases activity level for obese people
195 Track Steps To Lose Weight, Doc Says
196 A 'great little motivator' for weight loss
197 Screening tests may miss prostate cancer in obese patients
198 PSA test in obese men can produce false results
199 Chemical in Marijuana Fights Breast Cancer
200 Cannabis may stop cancer spread
201 Preparing a turkey isn't brine surgery
202 Thanksgiving recipes: Brined turkey
203 Turkey tips: Buy today, brine tomorrow
204 How to achieve the best brining experience
205 Foolproof steps to a tasty turkey
206 Molecular 'foreman' discovered for brain wiring
207 Mapping the selective brain
208 Ripening secrets of the vine revealed
209 Salk scientists identify key nerve navigation pathway
210 Another type of nanotube, a how-to guide to making bamboo-structured carbon nanotubes
211 Wake up and smell the sweat
212 Are current projections of climate change-impacts on biodiversity misleading?
213 Closeness is not a problem: New ways to handle spatial dependencies in species distributions
214 Cigarette Smoke And Alcohol Damage Hearts Worse As Combo
215 UD researchers set new chemical world record
216 New microscope peers into secret lives of cells
217 FED-TVs with carbon nanotube technology could supersede plasma and LCD flat screens
218 Carbon nanotubes to be replaced by MoSIx nanowires in high-tech devices says new study
219 Growing tiny carbon nanotube wires to connect computer chips of the future
220 Dude, big screen TVs, flexible electronics and surfboards made from same new material!
221 Improved wettability of carbon nanotubes opens the door to new possibilities
222 Understanding of actuator properties of carbon nanotubes bring micro machines closer
223 Rosetta: Earth's true colours
224 Simple recipe turns human skin cells into embryonic stem cell-like cells
225 Obesity-linked high blood volumes render PSA prostate cancer test less effective, study suggests
226 UW-Madison scientists guide human skin cells to embryonic state
227 Post-treatment PET scans can reassure cervical cancer patients
228 Shinya Yamanaka reprograms human adult cells
229 NYU neuroscientists show naturally occurring chemical in brain enhances visual processing
230 How can we know early who will benefit from tumor target therapy?
231 Arterial vascular disease underdiagnosed, undertreated in older US women
232 XDR-TB genes decoded
233 Stress different for the sexes
234 Stem cells from skin
235 Gene transfer vs. hereditary blindness
236 Hope flickers for Parkinson's
237 Thick brain tied to migraines
238 Hypnotherapy helps for IBS
239 Huge Claw Belonged to 8-foot Sea Scorpion
240 Babies Judge Character Well
241 Sense of Beauty Partly Innate, Study Suggests
242 Carnivorous Plant Kills With Deadly Slime
243 Why is Dark Meat Dark?
244 Social Networking Sites May Foster Same Old Divisions
245 Pedometer Pushes People to Walk More
246 Survey of Americans Finds Widespread Unease
247 Thankgiving Myth: Turkey Makes You Sleepy
248 Airports Are Paradise...for Pets
249 Huge Submarine Landslide Discovered
250 Climate Change Can Spark War
251 What Space Telescopes of Tomorrow Will See
252 Flight Path Stains Irk Wis. Residents
253 'Spiderman' Scales Part of China Mountain
254 Squirrels Briefly Kill Power in 2 Cities
255 Sanctuary of Rome's Mythical Founder Revealed
256 Is Disease "Inheritance" More Random than Once Thought?
257 Proposal raises bones of contention
258 UK 'terrorist' fights science-course ban
259 Worms live longer on antidepressant
260 Babies can spot nice and nasty characters
261 World HIV infection overestimated by 7 million
262 Hunting male polar bears risks population collapse
263 Giant claw points to monster sea scorpion
264 Type 1 diabetes genes identified
265 Cheap hydrogen power gets a nanotube boost
266 Monster waves less of a threat with smart radar
267 Moons like Earth's are few and far between
268 Neutron Scatter Camera Provides a New-and-improved Way to Look at Radiation
269 Fluorescence-based Bioaerosol Sensing Project Seeks to Lower False Alarm Rates
270 Horses Disperse Alien Plants Along Recreational Trails
271 New Microscope Peers into Secret Lives of Cells
272 Researchers Set New Chemical World Record
273 Climate Change Triggers Wars and Population Decline
274 A Mutation Named Magellan Steers Nerve Cells Off Course
275 Wake Up and Smell the Sweat
276 Bound to Identify Intruders