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1 The iPhone at two months: It's all about the interface
2 In a Land of Alike Laptops, Weight and Battery Life Are Key
3 Associated Press delves into legalities of iPhone unlocking
4 Opinion: What's wrong with Mac OS X?
5 Removing Songs from an iPhone
6 Rubbing Users Raw With Handcuffed Devices
7 Moving Files Between a Mac and a PC the Easy Way
8 Mac vs. PC cost analysis revisited
9 Orchids around in age of dinosaurs
10 Plants 'mess up' climate change predictions
11 NASA's reputation in the dock
12 Brits 'addicted' to cheap flights
13 World facing 'arsenic timebomb'
14 Burial clue to early urban strife
15 Rovers benefit from clearer skies
16 The falling price of electronics
17 Bloggers battered by viral storm
18 Mail order looks beyond the printed page
19 Congestion warning needed for the net
20 Typhoid making a comeback in UK
21 Miscarriage prompts Japan pledge
22 Offering hope to Afghan addicts
23 Recent discoveries about how genes interact are changing the way we think about evolution
24 Sony Dis-Connnects, Turns To Windows Media
25 Giant Spider Web Envelops Texas Park
26 California Aims To Save Fish With Poison
27 Online Networking, Or Just Not Working?
28 U.S. Military Warms To Heat-Ray Gun
29 FAA Speeds Up Boeing 737 Inspections
30 Popcorn Co. Drops Chemical Tied To Illness
31 The Great Bacterial Mashup
32 One Species' Genome Found Within Another
33 Apple and VW contemplate iCar
34 Apple May Reveal iPods With More Features
35 Lithuanian hackers say they can unlock iPhone
36 Has the iPhone really been unlocked?
37 Panasonic Digital SLR Features Face Detection
38 Microsoft Employee Offered Incentives for OOXML Support
39 INCITS confirms: U.S. to vote for Open XML in ISO
40 'Open up' that document
41 Blog: Door closed on Open XML, IFA underway
42 Open XML standard war grows heated
43 Chicago: The Latest Muni Wi-Fi Casualty
44 Plan for citywide wireless Internet dropped after negotiations bog down
45 Pelican in Oregon Tests Positive for West Nile Virus
46 Mold and Moods
47 Are you suffering from brain mold?
48 Researches Find New Cause of Type 2 Diabetes
49 Alzheimer's Patients Lining Up for Microchip
50 Implantable chips for Alzheimer's patients?
51 Botox Appointments Faster Than for Moles, Study Finds
52 New generation of pumps a blessing for sick hearts
53 New Heart Pump Shows Promise in Trial
54 The emergence of a sense of orientation
55 One species' entire genome discovered inside another's
56 MIT unraveling secrets of red tide
57 Advance in effort to fight malaria by tricking the mosquito's sense of smell
58 Weird 'Engine of The Reef' Revealed
59 Eco-tilling detects resistance
60 Binghamton University researchers investigate evolving malaria resistance
61 Antioxidant to retard wrinkles discovered by Hebrew University researcher
62 When protection falters
63 Wolves find happy hunting grounds in Yellowstone National Park
64 How cancer spreads by aggregating platelets
65 Fireproofing homes dramatically reduces forest fire size, according to new study
66 Chemists get grip on slippery lipids
67 Study: Disease Resistance may be Genetic
68 How drones find queens: Odorant receptor for queen pheromone identified
69 Microfluidic chambers advance the science of growing neurons
70 Star Trek medical device uses ultrasound to seal punctured lungs
71 Small animal imaging facility is big boon to research
72 UIC researchers find promising new targets for antibiotics
73 Gene signature spells poor outcome
74 Yale scientists use nanotechnology to fight E. coli
75 Riding in cars with smokers: Stanford researchers measure secondhand smoke concentrations in automobiles
76 Neurotransmitters don't travel between cells through electrical current, Cornell researchers report
77 NIH Scientists Discover Novel Cause of Iron Overload in Thalassemia Disorders
78 Patients with diabetes need better advice about home glucose monitoring
79 Patients who stop using statins after stroke increase risk of death
80 America Regains Leadership with World Record
81 How much will you pay to live near people like you?
82 Discovery May Pave the Way for a New Class of Diabetes Drugs
83 Parasites Sneak Entire Genome into Flies
84 Global Warming Might Spur Earthquakes and Volcanoes
85 Study: Ordinary People Have Good Taste, Too
86 Global Warming to Fuel More Severe Tornadoes and Thunderstorms
87 Children Learn to Visualize by Age 2
88 Mysterious 'Fairyland' Spider Web Found
89 NYC Baby Born With 12 Fingers, 12 Toes
90 Rare Chinese Cat Captured on Film
91 Italian Plague Graves Found
92 Bacterial genome found within a fly's
93 Smoking stays in your genes after you quit
94 Strange Martian feature not a 'bottomless' cave after all
95 Mesopotamian city grew regardless of kingly rule
96 Bandwidth could be a new global 'currency'
97 Rare river dolphin 'spotted' in China
98 When the Levees Fail
99 Brain's Impaired Ability to Sense Glucose Might Play Role in Type 2 Diabetes
100 How Neurotransmitters Travel between Cells
101 Images Show Threat the Rovers Face in Giant Martian Dust Storm
102 Advance in Effort to Fight Malaria by Tricking the Mosquito's Sense of Smell
103 Chemists Get Grip on Slippery Lipids
104 One Species' Genome Discovered Inside Another's
105 Scientists Find Elusive Waves in Sun's Corona
106 Researcher Studies the Sustainability of the Bioeconomy
107 Crikey! Croc alert!
108 VW, Apple in joint venture talks
109 The next generation: nanomagnets could replace semiconductors
110 How much will you pay to live near people like you?
111 Images show threat the rovers face in giant Martian dust storm
112 Databases must balance privacy, utility, says statistics professor
113 Nanofluids not so super-cool after all
114 MIT unraveling secrets of red tide
115 New research challenges previous knowledge about the origins of urbanization
116 Dispelling the myth of bipolar glaciation 41 million years ago
117 Battle of the Sexes: Study Reveals Married Men Lag Behind in Household Chores
118 Scientists find elusive waves in sun's corona
119 One Species' Genome Discovered Inside Another's
120 Yale scientists use nanotechnology to fight E. coli
121 An unbeatable computer game?
122 IBM Brings Single-Atom Data Storage, Molecular Computers Closer to Reality
123 New magnetic recording technology uses magneto-electric effect
124 N/A
125 Sports Leagues Not Efficiently Structured, Scientists Say
126 'There's Gold In Them That Exhausts!'
127 Spallation Neutron Source: America Regains Leadership with World Record
128 Photonic quantum technologies could be only light years away
129 NASA Satellite Captured the Life and Death of Hurricane Dean
130 Fireproofing homes dramatically reduces forest fire size, according to new study
131 Philips introduces the 3D WOWzone multi-screen wall
132 Television, Internet--what's next?
133 States Seek More Oversight of Microsoft
134 Software 'pidgin' developed for Afrikaans language in S Africa
135 Personal TV Channels: Guiding you through a multi-channel universe
136 Sony to Unplug Connect Music Service
137 Monster Beefs Up Security After Breach
138 Calif. Startup Targets Music Fans
139 Weird 'Engine of The Reef' Revealed
140 Microfluidic chambers advance the science of growing neurons
141 How drones find queens: Odorant receptor for queen pheromone identified
142 Advance in effort to fight malaria by tricking the mosquito's sense of smell
143 Engineering a new way to see dinosaurs
144 Chemists get grip on slippery lipids
145 Wolves find happy hunting grounds in Yellowstone National Park
146 Eco-tilling detects herbicide resistance early
147 Inhaling nitric oxide helps transplant success
148 Edible films to kill E. coli on tap
149 Pancreatic cancer fights off immune attack
150 Study: Few Teens Got New Meningitis Shot
151 Study: Doctors favoring Botox patients
152 Antioxidant to retard wrinkles discovered
153 Lead may have hastened Beethoven's death
154 Researchers find promising new targets for antibiotics
155 Disease resistance may be genetic
156 Gene signature spells poor outcome
157 Discovery may pave the way for a new class of diabetes drugs
158 Star Trek medical device uses ultrasound to seal punctured lungs
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