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1 Apple patent clears road for theft-proof iPhones, Macs
2 Apple preps first builds of Mac OS X 10.4.10 for testing
3 Amazon playing catchup with Apple's iTunes
4 Bill Gates touts smaller PCs and bigger phones at CEO Summit 2007
5 Bill Gates predicts Apple iPhone four months after Steve Jobs unveiled it
6 Can't wait? How to 'Leopardize' Mac OS X Tiger
7 How to make Apple's Tiger OS roar like a Leopard
8 Apple iPhone release will be watershed; will change pretty much everything in mobile industry
9 Entering iPhone Era: Marking Time in Mobile
10 Toyota's new Apple iPod Integration Kit to launch this summer
11 Madhouse rolls out European marketing campaign for launch of Toyota iPOD kit
12 Did Steve Jobs unveil Apple's iPhone too early?
13 Al Gore's three 30-inch Apple Cinema HD Displays
14 Allergy fear on 'green' laundry
15 Pre-birth apples 'benefit babies'
16 'Chemo' gene helps cancer thrive
17 What If Every Child Had A Laptop?
18 Contest Helps Boost Math, Science Skills
19 Donors Hope Plastinated Bodies Educate
20 Ancient Coelacanth Caught In Indonesia
21 Swarms Of Cicadas Emerging In Midwest
22 Lobbying Kills Mandatory Cancer Vaccine
23 N/A
24 States Balk At Cancer Vaccine Mandate
25 Puerto Rico Tackling Childhood Obesity
26 Soldier's Mom Champions Health Screening
27 Wayward whales in Sacramento on the move
28 Whale Pair, Seen by Thousands, Begin to Head Home
29 Woz magic of electronics and computers
30 Woz magic of electronics and computers
31 Maker Faire 2007: It'll Make Your Day/ Year
32 China to Launch Moon Probe This Year
33 The Freedom of the Internet is Being Eroded
34 Resources, Not Content, Drive Web-Use Decisions
35 Pentagon made up concerns about soldiers' bandwidth
36 YouTube Pioneers Challenge Pentagon
37 HP garage to be national monument
38 HP Garage Recognized as Historic Place
39 HP garage joins National Register of Historic Places
40 Three Scenarios For How Microsoft's Open Source Threat Could End
41 Microsoft says Linux, Open Office, free e-mail step on patents
42 Three Minutes with Microsoft's Open-Source Manager
43 A Little E-Mail Prank, And a $2.8 Billion Panic
44 Could Modern Medicine Have Saved Lincoln?
45 Modern medicine may have saved Lincoln
46 New prognosis for President Lincoln
47 Tomatoes not effective in preventing prostate cancer
48 African adventure almost blinds Kelowna teen
49 African bacteria ate holes in girl's eyes
50 Bacteria blinds Canadian during African adventure
51 How to keep your vegetables healthy
52 Broccoli wards off cancer, except in England
53 Astronomers seek life at end of rainbow
54 Tomatoes don't protect your prostate
55 Shipwreck yields tonnes of silver coins
56 Critical review for Mars rover
57 Wi-fi health fears are 'unproven'
58 Lone tagged walrus leads the way
59 The intellectual ties that bind
60 Ice Age blast 'ravaged America'
61 '$100 laptop' sparks war of words
62 Life lessons for hi-tech start-ups
63 Silver surfers conquer their fear
64 Q&A: Wi-fi health concerns
65 ASK DR. KNOWLEDGE: What are those devices that spray out a cloud of cool or cold 'steam'?
66 DISCOVERIES: Huge sea spiders, other creatures found, & others
67 Map of mosquito genome may help stop spread of disease
68 She translates science for the masses
69 Midwest Bracing For Cicada Invasion
70 Rome Zoo Breeds Rare Egyptian Tortoises
71 N.J. May Give Pet Owners Right To Sue
72 When "Senior Moments" Begin
73 Wayward whales on the move, headed back toward the ocean
74 Microsoft Working With Chinese on XML Converter
75 Microsoft announces Chinese open source project
76 Microsoft to support Chinese document standard
77 False claims land Apple in Hot Soup
78 Apple Sued Over "Grainy" MacBook Displays
79 Idiotic Lawsuit: Class Action Against MacBook Screens
80 MacBook owners file class action suit over displays
81 Millions of Chinese Hit by Symantec Foul-Up
82 Norton AV upgrade cripples thousands Chinese computers
83 LG Electronics De-Emphasizing Plasma TVs
84 Enhance Your Website with Video
85 Optimizing Your Videos to be Included in Google.com Web Results
86 China will head for the moon this year
87 MySpace Agrees to Provide the Names of Sex Offenders
88 Popular diabetes drug linked to heart risks
89 Pregnant women who eat apples and fish have less...
90 Apples and fish protect unborn children
91 Green tea helpful in controlling bladder cancer
92 Green tea may protect the bladder from becoming inflamed
93 Green Tea May Offer Protection From Bladder Inflammation
94 Double Whammy
95 Engineered protein effective against Staphylococcus aureus toxin
96 3 wishes for a future Internet? Geni Project will soon be at your command
97 Physicists exploit ultra-cold gases to measure ultra-small magnetic fields
98 Inverse woodpile structure has extremely large photonic band gap
99 UF researchers awaken vision cells in blind mice
100 Breathtaking views of Deuteronilus Mensae on Mars
101 Caspase-14 protects our skin against UVB and dehydration
102 A mighty number falls
103 Geographer designs computer model to predict crowd behavior
104 Bigelow Laboratory Scientists develop new approach to study marine microbes
105 In a first, scientists develop tiny implantable biocomputers
106 Mice, men make livers differently
107 U of M researchers find new, more effective treatment for toxic shock syndrome
108 HIV in breast milk killed by flash-heating, new study finds
109 Parkinson's Protein Protects Neurons from Stress Induced Cell Death:
110 New data on the probiotic strain Bifantis shows anti-inflammatory properties
111 Researchers investigate impact of lifestyle on GI health
112 Studies assess effectiveness of serotonin and nerve stimulants on irritable bowel syndromes
113 Decoding gene expression in cancer tumors using noninvasive imaging
114 Some vitamin supplements don't protect against lung cancer
115 To get blood pressure under control, combination of medicines may be best
116 MIT reports key pathway in synaptic plasticity
117 Keeping pain and fatigue on the run
118 Persistent smokers may have higher risk to become depressed than never smokers
119 Novel treatments may help alleviate constipation, IBS in women
120 Studies show role of age, gender, race and weight on cancer risk and treatment
121 Scavenger cells may have role blocking obesity, Stanford study shows
122 Muscle stem cells effectively treat urinary incontinence long term
123 'Star Trek'-type scanning may reveal genetic activity of tumors, Stanford study shows
124 Marijuana worsens COPD symptoms in current cigarette smokers
125 Erectile dysfunction--the canary in the mineshaft?
126 Developments in tissue engineering offer new sources for stem cell treatments
127 How to save 100 million lives
128 Pill to end periods
129 Where people live the longest
130 Boiling veg cuts benefit
131 Peers key to teen sex
132 Smallpox jab looking good
133 Fish Virus Reaching Epidemic Proportions
134 Men's Minds Decline More with Age
135 Ferocious Insects Devour Fish
136 California Beats France in Green Race
137 Face Recognition: Bobs Don't Look Like Tims
138 Swarms of Cicadas Emerging in Midwest
139 JFK Lone Gunman Theory Flawed
140 Shipwreck Yields $500 million in Coins
141 Modern Technology Might Have Saved Abe Lincoln
142 Virtual journey to the centre of the Earth
143 Power cut endangers marine lab experiments
144 Viagra reduces hamster 'jet lag'
145 Global web censorship on the rise
146 Egg spots provide means of gauging stress levels in birds
147 Invention: Sketching reality
148 Cellphones could warn of imminent lightning strike
149 Decoding Gene Expression in Cancer Tumors Using Non-Invasive Imaging
150 Academic Group Releases Plan to Share Power Over Internet Root Zone Keys
151 From Beaches to Pine Barrens, a Study Puts Values on New Jersey's Natural Assets
152 Spirit Unearths Surprise Evidence of Wetter Past
153 Jet lag: It's all about chemical reactions in cells
154 New Discovery Could Lead to Better Plastics
155 In a first, scientists develop tiny implantable biocomputers
156 Researchers awaken vision cells in blind mice
157 Inverse Woodpile Structure Has Extremely Large Photonic Band Gap
158 A mighty number falls
159 Computing Grid Helps Get to the Heart of Matter
160 IBM to Launch Power6 Chip Next Month
161 Geographer designs computer model to predict crowd behavior
162 Oceanic Storms Create Oases in the Watery Desert
163 Nanomedicine opens the way for nerve cell regeneration
164 Testing the Equivalence Principle
165 Breathtaking views of Deuteronilus Mensae on Mars
166 Beijing to turn rubbish into power
167 Galileo rubidium clocks--a year of in-orbit experience
168 Three Gorges Dam shrinking Yangtze delta
169 SID 2007: Samsung Shows 70" 120 Hz Full-HD LCD, Flexible Color E-paper Display...et al
170 Wearing Your Wireless
171 3 wishes for a future Internet? Geni Project will soon be at your command
172 Short-Range Wi-Fi Meets Citywide Limits
173 City Use Seen As Key to Wi-Fi Projects
174 Microsoft's FCS Only Partially Delivers the Goods
175 Belgium's fallen dotcom star goes on trial
176 Solutions Emerging for Wafer Cleaning at 45 nm and Beyond
177 Google Cautious on Microsoft Patent Claims
178 Handheld device 'sees' damage in concrete bridges, piers
179 MySpace to Share Sex Offender Data
180 LG Electronics De-Emphasizing Plasma TVs
181 Monster Signs Up More Newspapers
182 Alltel Agrees to $24.8 Billion Buyout
183 Staples Starts Computer Recycle Program
184 Avis to Offer Wireless Internet Gear
185 Aerospace Firms Target Today's Youth
186 K-State biologist hopes mosquito can break viral chain
187 Rome Zoo Breeds Rare Egyptian Tortoises
188 Biting Discovery: Entomologist Finds Host of New Aquatic Insect Species in Thailand
189 Bigelow laboratory scientists doach to study marine microbes
190 Ancient Coelacanth Caught in Indonesia
191 Donors Hope Plastinated Bodies Educate
192 Archeologists find late 1500s shipwreck
193 Swarms of Cicadas Emerging in Midwest
194 Contest Helps Boost Math, Science Skills
195 Yoga and elevated brain GABA levels
196 Epilepsy Surgery: Underused but Rising
197 Decoding gene expression in cancer tumors using noninvasive imaging
198 MIT reports key pathway in synaptic plasticity
199 Repair of DNA by Brca2 gene prevents medulloblastoma
200 To get blood pressure under control, combination of medicines may be best
201 Mice and men make livers differently
202 Researchers Growing Bone in a Lab
203 Hotter is better for removing allergens in laundry
204 Some vitamin supplements don't protect against lung cancer
205 Persistent smokers may have higher risk to become depressed than never smokers
206 Parkinson's protein protects neurons from stress induced cell death
207 Anti-cancer gene: not what it was thought
208 Raw chicken sausage is recalled
209 Coal-to-liquids plant is considered
210 Genetic marker linked with prostate cancer
211 New respiratory virus is discovered
212 Finding may lead to new diabetes therapies
213 'Healthy' Children With Smoking Parents Aren't Really So Healthy
214 'He Looks Like A 'Bob" Is True
215 House Dust May Protect Against Allergic Disease Early In Life
216 Physicists Plan To Pop Protons
217 New Insights Into Sibling Rivalry And Birth Order
218 Star-forming Gasses Seen In Orion Nebula With Revolutionary Instruments
219 Sleep Apnea Increases Risk Of Heart Attack Or Death By 30 Percent
220 Hotter Is Better For Removing Allergens In Laundry
221 Herpes Infection May Be Symbiotic, Help Beat Back Some Bacteria
222 Asian Soybean Rust Disease Found In Kudzu
223 B12 Is Also An Essential Vitamin For Marine Life
224 Statin Use Linked With Decreased Prostate Cancer Mortality Rates; Lower PSA Levels
225 25,000 Needless Deaths Each Year Due To Failure To Tackle Blood Clots In Hospital
226 Green Tea May Protect Bladder From Becoming Inflamed
227 Discovery Of The Cellular Origin Of Ewing's Sarcoma
228 Second Lives and online utopias
229 Fathoming out evolution
230 Recreating the Feel of Water
231 Changing the Physics behind X-Ray Imaging
232 People-Powered Search
233 Men, Are You Tired of Being Bald?
234 Engineered Insanity: A Gallery of Wonderfully Useless Complexity
235 A Plan to Build a Giant Liquid Telescope on the Moon
236 Linux Leads To $140 Desktop
237 Mighty Mathematical Feat Accomplished
238 A Mighty Number Falls
239 Department of Energy: More Nuclear Reactors, Less Nuclear Knowledge
240 Known for Its Freedom, Unique Nuclear Lab Faces Closure
241 Giant Pink Bunny Slippers Offer Electrifying Ride
242 Phones Could Warn of Lightning Strikes
243 Group: Border fence threatens wildlife
244 Japan lacks votes to end whaling ban
245 Route 66 motels an endangered species
246 Ancient coelacanth caught in Indonesia
247 Genes underlie both hyperactivity and poor grades: study
248 Belgians find tomb of ancient Egypt courtier
249 South Africa battles alien fish
250 Pollution, chemicals blamed for China's cancer rise
251 Nepal begins census of endangered rhinos
252 FDA issues safety alert on diabetes drug
253 Viagra shown to aid jet-lagged travelers
254 Eating Apples, Fish During Pregnancy Protects Kids From Allergies, Asthma
255 Birthmarks may signal risk of childhood cancer
256 Mass food poisoning after Guatemalan political rally
257 Hopes rise for Alzheimer's drug from Elan & Wyeth
258 PSA Test Still Important to Detect Prostate Cancer, Studies Find
259 Supplements Don't Cut Lung Cancer Risk: Study
260 FDA issues safety alert on diabetes drug
261 Putin Makes Glonass Navigation System Free For Customers
262 Around Iapetus Way
263 Team America Rocketry Challenge Crowns New Champion
264 Pearl River Estuary Largely Destroyed
265 Fearing Energy Shortage, Thailand Mulls Nuclear
266 US And Algeria To Sign Nuke Deal
267 Air Force Secretary Sets Sights On Space
268 Excalibur Team Tests Extended-Range Precision-Guided Artillery Projectiles
269 War Czar Compromise--Part 1
270 The War Czar Compromise: Part 2
271 Biorefineries To Transform Traditional Forestry Sector
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