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1 Some time spent with Apple TV--an in-depth review
2 AT&T to serve up iPhone with pre-paid service?
3 Apple developers asked to test Mac OS X 10.4.10 broadly
4 Offbeat News: Apple's old Macs are for the birds
5 90% of consumers say Apple iPhone is better than their current mobile phone
6 Apple to incorporate GPS into next iPhone
7 Closing the book on Apple's Mac mini
8 Decadent Microsoft in iPod unreality
9 Apple's retail notebook sales up 94 percent in April
10 Ballmer: R&D is how Microsoft stays 'ahead'
11 Ballmer: Innovation Takes Time
12 Apple will be bigger than IBM
13 Survey shows security-conscious people prefer Apple's Mac OS X
14 What do Security-Conscious People Choose?
15 Rubbish saves boy after plunge…and other "Quirkies"
16 Cleaner manure burns hotter in ethanol processing
17 Leading the fight against food poisoning
18 Plants that produce more vitamin C may result from UCLA-Dartmouth discovery
19 Baboons eavesdrop on noisy sex
20 Babies show bilingual potential
21 Swimming dinosaurs touched bottom of lake
22 Warm spring 'affecting wildlife'
23 The loneliest science lab in the Arctic
24 BBC Springwatch: A greener games
25 Backing for tool to battle spam
26 'No alcohol in pregnancy' advised
27 Sunny holidays 'hit sperm count'
28 New tactics in humpback rescue effort
29 Stanley Miller, 77; chemist was a pioneer in studying the origins of life
30 Microsoft Car Stereo Patent To Challenge iPod?
31 Sexual orientation affects how well you read a map, but age just targets gender
32 Babies at 4 months can differentiate languages by sight: study
33 Coasts And Drowned Mountains
34 High-Performance Processor Unveiled At The University Of Texas At Austin
35 EcoLEDs Announces Brightest Commercial LED Light Bulb Yet
36 Radiation-Eating Fungi Could Change The Energy Balance On Earth And Beyond
37 PowerLight Completes 2.2 Megawatt Solar Power Plant In Korea
38 Toyota To Launch 100-Percent Ethanol-Powered Cars In Brazil
39 Iraq Set To Spend Billions On New Weapons As US Breaks Up Anti-Chopper Cell
40 Britain Orders Fourth New Nuclear Submarine
41 US Army MQ-8B Fire Scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Completes First Engine Run
42 Novel Sugar-To-Hydrogen Technology Promises Transportation Fuel Independence
43 Laser-Based Device Offers Alternative To Video Surveillance
44 Researcher: Stegosaur Babies Made Tracks
45 Next Up for Lost Whales: Fire Hoses
46 Bear-Like Creature Fossil Found in N.D.
47 Scientists Seek Approval to Kill Sharks
48 Group: Sinking Ships Will Boost Tourism
49 Smithsonian to Plan Soil Science Exhibit
50 Moving the whaling debate forward
51 Too old for networking?
52 EU sets new digital media rules
53 Wi-fi and RFID used for tracking
54 Online retailing 'surging ahead'
55 Sex addiction: Does it exist?
56 Killer banana rumour grips China
57 Being Here, Working There
58 Find Your Way To Latest GPS Devices
59 CSI: The Museum Experience
60 Perez Hilton, Defender Of Bloggers Rights?
61 No Room For Rubbish
62 Japan Proposes Halving Emissions By 2050
63 Tooth Whiteners: Something For Everyone
64 Pot During Pregnancy May Harm Fetal Brain
65 Study: Babies Understand Language Shifts
66 Food, Drinks To Avoid When Abroad
67 Feds: Three Of Four Homes Say "No Smoking"
68 The "Uninsurables"
69 Benson Space Unveils New Dream Chaser Design
70 Gamma-ray bursts active longer than thought
71 Project To Fund SB Wildlife Preservation
72 Type 2 Diabetes Takes Toll on Teens
73 Diabetics Short Changed in Nursing Homes
74 Study: Saturn's rings are dense clumps
75 Aspirin Blocks Only Some Colon Cancer
76 Facebook Opens Up
77 Not your older brother's Facebook
78 Facebook opens to outside world
79 Facebook invites help in adding new tools
80 Facebook Expands Into MySpace's Territory
81 State Pours Resources Into Whale Rescue
82 Latest whale rescue tactic: underwater bubble streams
83 Stranded whales given a break before hoses employed
84 Computer Users More Savvy About E-mail Spam
85 Lawmakers want sex offenders to register e-mail addresses
86 AGs Aim to Make MySpace a Safe Space
87 Apple fixes 17 Mac OS X flaws
88 Apple Patches OS X Security Flaws
89 Apple issues fifth major security update of this year for Mac OS X
90 Dell goes Ubuntu; "Windows tax" is $50 according to pricing
91 Dell Ubuntu PCs Are Best Friend Linux Ever Had
92 Dell unveils first Ubuntu Linux-preloaded computers
93 Mmmmm: Adjusting to a diet of spam
94 Tech firm sues Sony over Blu-ray for patent infringement
95 Sony Sued for Blu-Ray Patent Violation
96 Sony Sued Over Blu-Ray Patent Infringement
97 Legalized Blu-ray, HD DVD Copying Coming Soon
98 Copying HD DVD and Blu-ray discs may become legal
99 Blu-ray, HD-DVD Managed Copy Nearing Reality
100 HD DVD, Blu-ray "Managed Copy" coming later this year
101 Researchers turn Web blather to books
102 ReCAPTCHA: Fight Spam And Digitize Books
103 ReCaptcha kills two birds with two words
104 Anti-spam tool helps digitise books
105 Researchers Turn Web Blather to Books
106 Researcher: Stegosaur Babies Made Tracks
107 Researcher: Stegosaur Babies Made Tracks
108 Possible baby dinosaur tracks discovered near Denver
109 Researcher: Stegosaur Babies Made Tracks
110 Institute Urges Extensive Smoking Deterrents
111 Why Are Millions Taking A Dangerous Anti-Diabetic Drug?
112 FDA Study Said to Show Avandia Risk
113 Senator Says F.D.A. Was Lax on Label for Avandia
114 FDA Warning on Mislabeled Monkfish
115 Monkfish recalled as 2 sickened in Chicago
116 Fish importer announces monkfish recall
117 Monkfish recalled after 2 become ill
118 FDA Releases Monkfish Warning
119 Don't eat monkfish, state warns
120 FDA Warning on Mislabeled Monkfish, puffer fish containing tetrodotoxin
121 Cell phone headaches all in the mind
122 Mobile induced headaches 'all in the mind'
123 Public injection site likely reduces drug use: study
124 Study backs safe-injection site's work
125 Schumer being treated after tick bite
126 Heavy-drinking college kids make worse decisions
127 College Binge Drinking Related to Diminished Decision-Making Abilities
128 Heavy-drinking college kids make worse decisions
129 Adult stem cells from human cord umbilical cord blood successfully engineered to make insulin
130 Genome of Clostridium botulinum reveals the background to world's deadliest toxin
131 Color Vision Drove Primates to Develop Red Skin and Hair, Study Finds
132 New mouse model closely mimics human cancers
133 Essential tones of music rooted in human speech
134 Flexible genes allow ants to change destiny
135 Some forest birds can survive in agricultural countryside with limited habitat conservation, study finds
136 Nature surrenders flowery secrets to international team
137 Endogenous cannabinoids linked to fetal brain damage imposed by maternal cannabis use
138 Astrophysicists find fractal image of Sun's 'Storm Season' imprinted on Solar Wind
139 MU Study Examines Effectiveness of Glycerin as Cattle Feed
140 MIT-led team ID's cell mechanics of hallmark malaria protein
141 MIT researchers probe bones' tiny building blocks
142 Telephone 'quitlines' may help dental patients stop smoking
143 ECP may be effective in treating Crohn's disease
144 Experimental gene therapy 'abolishes' arthritis pain and lessens joint damage
145 MU study finds binge drinking among college students impaires decision-making ability
146 Coffee consumption may lower blood uric acid levels--the precursor of gout
147 Aggressive treatment for whiplash does not promote faster recovery
148 New insights into chronic inflammation and atherosclerosis
149 Drinking 4 or more cups of coffee a day may help prevent gout
150 High pretreatment PSA velocity predicts worse outcome
151 Carnegie Mellon project boosts book digitization efforts
152 Babies can see language
153 Designer vaginas slammed
154 Bingeing blurs young minds
155 Coffee may fight gout
156 Salt may give you ulcers
157 Gene therapy restores sight
158 Staff key to HIV fight
159 Bird flu deal struck
160 New cells for old brains
161 Endangered Species Protection Sought for Bigfoot
162 Infants Have 'Amazing Capabilities' That Adults Lack
163 The Primal Roots of Red Hair Revealed
164 Stegosaurus Babies Made Tracks
165 Alligator Captured Near Los Angeles Lake
166 Wandering Black Holes Take Food With Them
167 Study: College Breeds Alcoholism
168 Escaped Orangutan Goes Ape
169 Geneticists create 'next generation' of GM crops
170 Facebook increases access with markup tools
171 Gulping coffee helps keep gout at bay
172 Two-colour LED could lead to better screens
173 Tracks in ancient lake show dinosaurs swam
174 California set for stem cell bonanza
175 Babies can spot languages on facial clues alone
176 Our solar system started with a nudge, not a bang
177 Largest Ever Affymetrix Genechip Plant Microarray Experiment
178 Advances in Dicamba-resistance Research
179 Why are there no Unicorns?
180 Keylogging Trojan Dodges Anti-virus Detection
181 MS Goes Open Source to Boost Identity Management
182 MU study finds binge drinking among college students impaires [sic] decision-making ability
183 Drinking 4 or more cups of coffee a day may help prevent gout
184 MS Nixes Potential IIS 6.0 Flaw
185 Japan goes for comfort, ecology in new bullet train
186 Group: Sinking Ships Will Boost Tourism
187 TV Linked With Poor Diabetes Control
188 Bills Add E-Mail to Sex Offender Lists
189 Most pediatric chemotherapy mistakes reach patients
190 Researchers Turn Web Blather to Books
191 Essential tones of music rooted in human speech
192 Computer scientists set on winning the computer virus 'cold war'
193 Astronomers Identify a New Class of Cosmic Explosions
194 Flexible genes allow ants to change destiny
195 Analysis reveals extent of DNA repair army
196 Possible new breast cancer gene
197 Scientists create new type of nanocrystal
198 Berkeley's blueprint for green future
199 Groups Seek Shipping Moratorium on Lakes
200 Scientists Seek Approval to Kill Sharks
201 Canadian, US scientists tag Arctic ice island bigger than Manhattan
202 Cassini Radar Images Sea, Islands and Mountains
203 Astrophysicists find fractal image of Sun's 'Storm Season' imprinted on Solar Wind
204 Drought Aids Scientists in Muck Removal
205 Reviews Document NASA's Progress on Next Human Spacecraft
206 Facebook Opens Site to Other Companies
207 Sirius CEO: Hey, We Stink Less Than XM
208 Japan Tries 'Cell Phone Diet'
209 Phishers can use social Web sites as bait to net victims
210 Genome of Clostridium botulinum reveals the background to world's deadliest toxin
211 Mapping the English language--from cockney to Orkney
212 Study Questions Analysis in JFK Slaying
213 Color vision drove primates to develop red skin and hair, study finds
214 Why Good Things Happen to Good People
215 Biologists Halt Efforts to Coax 2 Whales
216 New insect species found in Thailand
217 Academics explore a 200-year-old shipwreck
218 Some forest birds can survive in agricultural countryside with limited habitat conservation
219 Hepatitis B patients' understanding of infection and treatment deficient
220 MIT-led team uncovers malaria mechanism
221 Aggressive treatment for whiplash does not promote faster recovery
222 Endogenous cannabinoids linked to fetal brain damage imposed by maternal cannabis use
223 New insights into chronic inflammation and atherosclerosis
224 High pretreatment PSA velocity predicts worse outcome
225 Stereotype-induced math anxiety robs women's working memory
226 Researchers push U.S. DEA to let them grow pot
227 Recalled fish might contain deadly toxin
228 HealthSmarts: Learning how to breathe
229 Rare Footprints Of Infant Dinosaur Discovered
230 Adult Stem Cells From Human Cord Umbilical Cord Blood Succesfully Engineered To Make Insulin
231 Recovering Artifacts From 200-year-old Shipwreck, Deep In Gulf Of Mexico
232 Color Vision Drove Primates To Develop Red Skin And Hair, Study Finds
233 Archaea In Hot Springs Use Ammonia For Energy: May Shed Light On Early Evolution
234 Binge Drinking Leads To Neurocognitive Deficits Among College Students
235 COX Inhibitors May Weaken Protective Qualities Of Estrogen Hormone Therapy
236 Genome Of World's Deadliest Toxin, Clostridium Botulinum, Revealed
237 Essential Tones Of Music Rooted In Human Speech
238 Leading The Fight Against Food Poisoning
239 'Bioactive' Paper Holds Promise For Improved Global Health Safety
240 Carnegie Mellon Project Boosts Book Digitization Efforts
241 'Teaching Gap' Exists Among US And Asian Math Teachers, Study Says
242 Gamma-ray Bursts Active Longer Than Thought
243 Hydrogen Breakthrough Could Open The Road To Carbon-free Cars
244 In New Statistical Approach, Data Decide Model
245 Could Plants Be Engineered To Produce More Vitamin C?
246 Check And Balance For Neuron Activity Provides Insight Into Schizophrenia, Seizures
247 Cleaner Manure Burns Hotter In Ethanol Processing
248 U.S. stops breeding chimps for research
249 The art of decorative electronics
250 Shut Up! I'm Driving
251 'Bioactive' paper would detect, destroy diseases
252 New Attraction Simulates Shuttle Launch at 17,500 MPH
253 Planet Ark: Florida Tries to Wipe Out Cat-Sized African Rats
254 Apple: Keep Your Hands off my Power Supply
255 Coffee Protects Against Gout
256 Large Jolts of Java Can Keep Gout at Bay
257 Forget podracing, GeekKids race CDs
258 Adam and Eve in the Land of the Dinosaurs
259 Adam and Eve in the Land of the Dinosaurs
260 Possible Aztec offerings found in Mexico
261 Spain evaluating scale of flood damage
262 Cut in Astronaut's Glove Leads to Changes at NASA
263 Government scraps species law reforms
264 Hairless breed shines at World Dog Show
265 Wyo., feds agree on wolf management
266 Endangered Species Protection Sought for Bigfoot
267 Wind power runs into zoning rules
268 Florida tries to wipe out cat-sized African rats
269 World's first lung transplant on HIV patient performed
270 TV linked with poor diabetes control
271 Overweight people get less out of exercise: study
272 FDA to Stop Sales of Unapproved Timed-Release Cold Medications
273 Factor XI deficiency increases postpartum bleeding
274 Nursing Homes Need Better Diabetes Care
275 Between-meal snacks OK for elderly
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