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1 Early iPhone SDK; T-Mobile iPhone unlock in iTunes; more
2 Apple VP: third-party iPhones apps to use digital signature
3 Reports: UK consumers slow to adopt Apple's iPhone
4 Apple stores having 'gravitational pull' on mall shoppers--report
5 iPhone: Too Pricey in the Old Dart?
6 Why Zune Has Failed
7 'Why Apple Stores won't work'
8 Should Apple buy AMD?
9 PC World: iMac One of the "Worst PCs of '07"
10 iTunes used to unlocked iPhone
11 Joswiak Talks iPod, iPhone
12 Vista a 'terrible product'
13 Apple thinks different with cash register-less retail stores that bring in billions
14 Unpatched Apple QuickTime bug opens Windows XP, Vista to attack
15 Should Apple buy AMD?
16 CheckUp for Mac OS X
17 Apple gets 'Cyber Monday' boost as Deutsche Bank sees strong demand for Macs, iPods, iPhones
18 What's wrong with Apple TV?
19 A smattering of U.K. iPhone users complain of reception problems inside buildings
20 QuickTime vulnerability can crash QuickTime on Macs
21 Native LucasArts games make Apple iPhone, iPod touch 'absolutely perfect'
22 200+ productivity-boosting Mac OS X Leopard keyboard shortcuts
23 Apple should buy AMD?
24 MacBook Pro performance: 2.2GHz vs. 2.6Ghz
25 German iPhones unlocking through iTunes
26 Piper: Apple Stores showing 'pull' from PC?
27 Some developers getting early iPhone SDK?
28 Gates grant seen helping wipe out polio
29 Apathy Over AIDS Could Prove Deadly
30 Woman Sues Ex-Fiance's Parents for Reportedly Hiding Their Son's HIV
31 Japanese Robot Gets More Life-Like
32 Greenpeace Criticizes Microsoft, Nintendo
33 Poor in Need of Help From Global Warming
34 Passive smoking may trigger emphysema
35 Venus flytrap inspires snapping lens
36 Amputee feels limb in chest
37 Science adviser urges GM rethink
38 Poorest 'in climate front line'
39 Amputees 'regain sense of touch'
40 Politics 'stifling $100 laptop'
41 TV rivals form on-demand service
42 Taiwan's Aboriginals go broadband
43 Minister pushes broadband agenda
44 'My son was four when he developed MS'
45 Oxfam calls for drug firm action
46 City living 'breast cancer risk'
47 Dementia patients 'are ignored'
48 Google Wants To Be Your Hard Drive [et al.]
49 Levee Repair Leads To Calif. Fish Kill
50 Poor In Need Of Help From Global Warming
51 U. Of Cincinnati To Study The Zebrafish
52 Dioxin Spot In Mich. Could Be Worst Ever
53 Greenpeace Takes On "Toxic" Game Consoles
54 Why Cleanup Of S.F. Bay Oil Spill Lagged
55 Little Milk, Exercise Hurts Kids' Bones
56 Halted Gene Therapy Study To Resume
57 2nd UPDATE: Verizon Wireless To Open Network To Apps, Devices
58 Verizon Wireless Plans to Open Its Network
59 Verizon Opens Network to Phones From Other Companies (Update2)
60 Verizon Says You Can Port From Sprint, Build Your Own Phone
61 Google set to launch 'online hard drive'
62 Report: Google To Offer Online Storage
63 Google Reportedly Planning Online Storage Service
64 Google reportedly offering online storage
65 GDrive on the Way?
66 Windows XP outshines Vista in benchmarking test
67 Early Tests Say SP3 Speeds Windows XP
68 Walking Off Into the Vista
69 Windows XP SP3 preview shows up to 10% speed improvements
70 ABC News, Facebook add Web 2.0 angle to presidential race
71 Exploit Released for Unpatched QuickTime Flaw
72 Exploit Code Out for Windows, Mac QuickTime Flaw
73 Apple Mail Security Flaw Reborn in Leopard
74 QuickTime flaw adds to Apple's woes
75 MySpace Isn't Just for People Who Like to Watch
76 News Corp unveils online advertising plans
77 Price cut triggers three-fold increase in PS3 sales
78 Sony's PlayStation 3 Sales More Than Triple After Price Cuts
79 Microsoft may build Siberian data center
80 Microsoft ponders data center in Siberia
81 Microsoft plans Russian data center
82 Greenpeace don't like MS and Nintendo
83 Tech Review: Costly 'Kindle' reader gets a lot of it right
84 Opinion: Why Amazon's Kindle is revolutionary
85 Can Kindle Be iPod of E-Book World?
86 Blu-ray spanks HD-DVD in Europe
87 Blu-ray outsells HD-DVD format in Europe
88 Samsung to Launch Dual Format HD Player
89 Lawyers: Even Microsoft Confused Over Vista Marketing
90 MS Vista lawsuit seeks class-action status
91 New Zune shows Microsoft's resolve
92 Kink in iPhone Armor: Enterprise
93 Verizon Voyager Answers iPhone's Touch-Screen
94 Verizon's Voyager a touch different
95 Nintendo Says It's Not Limiting Wii Supply
96 Nintendo denies fuelling stories of scarce Wii stock
97 Mozilla patches overdue Firefox protocol handler bug
98 Firefox update puts lid on Jar bug
99 Firefox Update Fixes Security Flaws
100 Apple's London flagship still warming initial iPhone supply?
101 iPhone Too Pricey for Brits?
102 Claim: iPhone Sales Already Waning in UK
103 iPhone is an Expensive Device, GfK NOP Survey suggests
104 iPhone Not On UK Xmas Lists
105 Brits turned off by iPhone price
106 iPhone users make more texting errors
107 iPhone Road Test: Conclusion
108 T-Mobile Germany opens up the iPhone
109 After Stem-Cell Breakthrough, the Work Begins
110 Seeking advantage in U.S. stem cell controversy
111 Stem Cell Breakthrough Could Stifle Research
112 Breakthrough shouldn't derail current research
113 Advance the stem cell debate
114 Breast Cancer Risk Higher For City Dwellers
115 Experts: ATVs not safe for children
116 ATVs Unsafe For Kids
117 Bird Flu In South Korea Is Non-Deadly H7 Strain
118 Deadly bird flu found on Saudi poultry farm
119 Japan Temporarily Bans Poultry From South Korea on Bird Flu Fears
120 FDA to Hold Hearing on Regulating Salt Content in Food
121 Low Testosterone Might Shorten Men's Lives
122 Low Testosterone Increases Risk of Death
123 Low testosterone levels indicate increased risk of CV death in men
124 Officials encourage tuberculosis testing
125 Medicaid fraud ringleader gets 5 years in prison
126 Ozone can affect heavier people more
127 The proof is in the tree bark
128 Cancer-resistant mouse discovered
129 Biodiesel could reduce greenhouse gas emissions
130 New research to decode the genetic secrets of prolific potato pest
131 Climate change and life in the Southern Ocean
132 Where does stored nuclear waste go?
133 UC Davis researchers find evidence of mature heart cell potential in embryonic stem cells
134 MIT: Stem-cell therapies for brain more complicated than thought
135 Catalyst-free chemistry makes self-healing materials more practical
136 Leeds researchers fuelling the 'hydrogen economy'
137 PET/CT brings new hope to patients with deadly form of breast cancer
138 Another complication for gastric bypass patients
139 Radiation exposure of pregnant women more than doubles in 10 years
140 Infection outbreaks on teeth can cause "alopecia areata" or localized hair loss
141 Stem cells train heart following heart attack
142 Europe to tackle brain disorder research by linking industry, academia
143 Fear is stronger motivator to get fit than hope for those worrying about their bodies, says study
144 Scientists identify gene responsible for statin-induced muscle pain
145 Insulin regulates the secretion of the antiaging hormome Klotho
146 CT Scans to Determine Heart Disease in the Emergency Room
147 Alcohol may amplify chronic rejection in lung transplants
148 Evolutionary 'Big Bang' Created Florist's Paradise
149 NASA Unveils New Hi-Def Map of Antarctica
150 There Once Was a Shark That Ate an Amphibian That Ate a Fish...
151 First Americans All from Siberia, Study Confirms
152 How to Build the Perfect Terrorist Cell
153 Drought Exacerbates Carbon Dioxide Problem
154 Shooting Gallery: How Moons Get Rocked
155 South China tiger cub born in Africa
156 Gene therapy trial to restart
157 Europe looks to draw power from Africa
158 Were 'healthy' GM maize trials suppressed?
159 Mars rover Spirit gets stuck as winter approaches
160 Monkey brains use web link to control robot legs
161 Volcanic eruptions cause sea level spike
162 Cellphone's slosh and rattle reveal its contents
163 Study Supports Single Main Migration Across Bering Strait
164 Design of Patient Tracking Tools May Have Unintended Consequences
165 Tree Bark Serves as Sampler for Chlorinated Flame Retardant
166 Sturdy Sea Lion Under Growing Threat From Acidic Algae
167 Wash Your Clothes: Elephants Can Smell You a Mile Away
168 Q & A: Collision Courses
169 Who's Afraid of "Soulless Scientism"?
170 A Common Casualty of Old Age: The Will to Live
171 Really? The Claim: Growing Pains Are Caused by Growth Spurts
172 Backyard Gardens Shelter Europe's Orphan Seeds
173 From Sewage, Added Water for Drinking
174 Divers Who Jump in to Take the Mystery Out of City Waterways
175 European Official Faults Ban on Genetically Altered Feed
176 Study Finds Reproductive Edge for Men With Deep Voices
177 In Aid of a Bird, Some Inconveniences for People
178 Reaching for the Sky: A California Project to Clone Redwoods
179 A Stable Doctor for a Scattered Life
180 Books: Separating Friend From Foe Among the Body's Invaders
181 Scientist at Work: Ralph Holloway. In Study of Brain Evolution, Zeal and Bitter Debate
182 The Dance of Evolution, or How Art Got Its Start
183 The Doctor's World: The Feud
184 In Hospice Care, Longer Lives Mean Money Lost
185 Finding Perfect Jeans for an Imperfect Body
186 Oversized Portions? Blame the Chef
187 Children's Bad Behavior Gives Insights to Academic Achievement and Later Career Success
188 Scientists restore nerve sensation from amputated limb in chest
189 Scientists tout success with drought-resistant plants: study
190 Flowering plants evolved very quickly into 5 groups
191 Gene study supports single main migration across Bering Strait
192 Researchers outline structure of largest nonvirus particle ever crystallized
193 Japan researchers unveil housework robot
194 US plans GPS satellite navigation upgrade to rival EU
195 Cancer-resistant mouse discovered
196 Catalyst-free chemistry makes self-healing materials more practical
197 New Flexible, Transparent Transistors made of Nanotubes
198 Organic Transistors: Researchers produce high performance field-effect transistors with thin films of Carbon 60
199 Levee Repair Leads to Calif. Fish Kill
200 Climate change and life in the Southern Ocean
201 NASA-conceived map of Antarctica lays ground for new discoveries
202 Where does stored nuclear waste go?
203 Scientist says Hittites began bioterrorism
204 Pol3 mutation disrupts organ growth
205 New research to decode the genetic secrets of prolific potato pest
206 Researchers find evidence of mature heart cell potential in embryonic stem cells
207 Stem-cell therapies for brain more complicated than thought
208 Generating hydrogen from biodiesel waste
209 Yeast behind potentially deadly infections tackled by multi million pound collaboration
210 Sad story OK for guys, as long as it's fiction
211 Undersea Cable to Link E. Africa, Europe
212 New data logger gives scientists more functionality in small, inexpensive package
213 Greenpeace Slams Microsoft, Nintendo
214 New automated system IDs victims of mass disasters in minutes
215 Online library gives readers access to 1.5 million books
216 Consumers Eye Social Lending on the Web
217 Feds Cancel Amazon Customer ID Request
218 High-glycemic index carbohydrates associated with risk for developing type 2 diabetes in women
219 Depression linked to bone-thinning in premenopausal women
220 Not enough 'good' cholesterol makes it harder to recover from stroke
221 Do middle-school students understand how well they actually learn?
222 Is your heart aging faster than you are?
223 Lincoln may have had rare genetic disease
224 Drugs may not delay onset of dementia; and more
225 Red blood cell transfusions under scrutiny
226 'Cocktail' of compounds improves brain function in rodents
227 Scientists identify gene responsible for statin-induced muscle pain
228 FDA to discuss salt content in foods
229 Halted Gene Therapy Study to Resume
230 Alcohol may amplify chronic rejection in lung transplants
231 Radiation exposure of pregnant women more than doubles in 10 years
232 CT scans to determine heart disease in the emergency room
233 Fear is stronger than hope for worriers trying to get fit, says research
234 Studies suggest HIV subtype more deadly than others
235 States Slow to Ban Restaurant Trans Fats
236 Insulin regulates the secretion of the antiaging hormome Klotho
237 Violent TV, games pack a powerful public health threat
238 Powerful Microscope May Help Cancer Research
239 New Option For Managing Manure
240 Secondhand Smoke Damages Lungs, MRIs Show
241 High Performance Field-effect Transistors With Thin Films Of Carbon 60 Produced
242 Connecting Wind Farms Can Make A More Reliable And Cheaper Power Source
243 Flowering Plants Evolved Very Quickly Into Five Groups
244 Mediterranean Sea: Most Dangerous Place On Earth For Sharks And Rays
245 New T-ray Source Could Improve Airport Security, Cancer Detection
246 Number Of Tropical Storms In Recent Past Increasing
247 Cash, Credit or Fingerprints Please
248 The Gold in Yellowstone's Microbes
249 Termite Guts May Yield Novel Enzymes For Better Biofuel Production
250 Bad Vibrations: The ancient craft of bridge design still holds surprises
251 Making Fuel from Leftovers
252 Printing Cheap Chips
253 Prosthetic Limbs That Can Feel
254 Stopping Battlefield Bleeding
255 Cleaner Nuclear Power?
256 Predicting Apophis' Earth Encounters in 2029 and 2036
257 Life on Mars--Viking Revisited
258 Shock At Decision To Pull UK Out Of Gemini Observatory
259 US, Russians hold missile defense talks: Pentagon
260 Accuracy Of Past Hurricane Counts Good
261 Dunes, Climate Models Don't Match Up With Paleomagnetic Records
262 Average Atlantic hurricane season draws to an end
263 Forecasters: Hurricane season was mild
264 Wine may calm inflammation in blood vessels
265 Men give up too fast if impotence pill fails: study
266 Prostate Cancer Treatments Often Compound Existing Health Problems
267 High-Carb Diet Raises Women's Diabetes Risk
268 States slow to ban restaurant trans fats
269 U.S. experts mull flu drugs, abnormal behavior link
270 Gene study suggests Native Americans came from Siberia
271 'Alternative' nuclear energy forum opens in Bratislava
272 China seeks to quell fears over Three Gorges Dam disasters
273 Stem cell pioneer says embryonic research still needed
274 Dinosaur find dries Australian water project
275 San Diego Zoo panda cub named Zhen Zhen
276 Reversal of endangered species rulings