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1 Dropped and Lost Cell Calls? Sun Might Be to Blame
2 DHS Announces New License Security Standards
3 Geeks Build Gadget With Bug
4 Porn Stars Shine in Sin City
5 How to Stop Terrorism? Begin in School
6 Laptop Program to Intel: Good Riddance
7 Astronomers Describe Violent Universe
8 Sony BMG deal gives Amazon an advantage
9 Cancer Group Asks Women to Be Brazen Online
10 No Big Bang: Asteroid Will Miss Mars
11 Offbeat Items Brighten Electronics Show
12 NYC Cloning Historical Trees for Future
13 Salons Make Business of Head Lice Removal
14 Man With Tumor for Face Braves Surgery
15 U.K. Peer Tells Tale of Unwitting Twins Who Married
16 Severe Weight Loss From Too Much Sugarless Gum
17 Solutions for Post-Workout Pain
18 Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness
19 Could Dolphins Ease Chronic Pain?
20 Florida and the E-Word
21 DHS Announces New License Security Standards
22 Crazy frog on a bike! [and other "Quirkies" (strange stories)]
23 Dr. Knowledge: What's the difference between a Taser and a laser?
24 Skin shock therapy gave our son back his life
25 Firm says it can get stem cells with no harm to embryos
26 Statin drugs linked to lower cancer rate
27 The business of survival
28 Post-9/11 ID Rules Spark Security Showdown
29 EU Report Says Cloned Food Probably Safe
30 German Polar Bear Cub Gets Web Page
31 Astronomers Describe Violent Universe
32 Big Apple's Trees To Be Cloned
33 The Crusade Against "E-Waste"
34 Next Wave Of Gadets Requires Wave Of Hand
35 Surgeons Remove Cyst On Baby Gorilla
36 No Big Bang: Asteroid Will Miss Mars
37 1% Of Autism Due To Unstable Genes
38 Man In Anti-Smoking Ads Still Smokes
39 Pharmacists Decry Medicare Drug Payments
40 Proteins Found That AIDS Virus Preys On
41 Secret Of Sticking To Diet Lies In Details
42 Abuse Of Cold Medicines High Among Young
43 Abnormal EKG Risky For Some Athletes
44 S.F. appeals court bars government's probes of NASA scientists
45 Feds ask judge to dismiss smart-ID case filed by NASA contractors
46 Fliers' Data Left Exposed, Report Says
47 Congressional Report Slams TSA For Security Breach
48 Where's This Year's iPhone?
49 Apple Macworld Speculation Goes Into A Frenzy
50 All Eyes on Apple at Macworld
51 All Eyes on Apple at Macworld
52 Lab Cites Stem Cell Advance
53 Lab Announces Breakthrough In Embryonic Stem Cell Research
54 Stem cell research discovery revealed
55 Stem cells created without destroying embryos
56 Over the Line at C.E.S.
57 CEA's take on CES Gizmodo prank: Banned!
58 Gizmodo's CES Prank Stirs Big Debate
59 A Smarter Electrical Grid
60 Smarter U.S. power usage could save $120 billion: study
61 US Department of Energy Unveils Smart Thermostats
62 Info technology can manage nation's energy demand, says U.S.
63 NASA probe to swoop near Mercury for a close-in look
64 NASA probe to fly past little, sun-baked Mercury
65 Messenger nears close encounter with Mercury
66 Spacecraft heads for Mercury
67 NASA Probe to Fly Past Little, Sun-Baked Mercury
68 Report: Most Americans still get campaign info on TV
69 Campaign central
70 More Users Going to Web for U.S. Election Coverage
71 California Seeks Thermostat Control
72 Critics cool to 'smart thermostat' proposal
73 Report: California Considers Thermostat Control
74 Sprint WiMAX Soft Launch Under Way
75 'Roid rage over Mars looks like a space dud [et al.]
76 Mars Dodges a Bullet
77 Cadillac out to beat Lexus to zero-emission luxury
78 GM unveils eco-friendly concept Cadillac
79 GM Announces Fuel-Cell-Based Cadillac
80 GM CEO: Technology will link and guide cars
81 Open-source security moves to next step
82 Another QuickTime RTSP flaw announced
83 Researchers discover new QuickTime vulnerability
84 Apple QuickTime Player Error Targeted By Exploit
85 QuickTime version 7.3.1 has another flaw
86 Researcher spots year's first QuickTime bug
87 Windows QuickTime Zero-day Flaw Discovered
88 Reseachers Identify New Targets to Disrupt HIV Lifecycle
89 Gene scan finds hundreds of possible AIDS targets
90 HIV's Dependence on Human Genes May Be Weakness, Scientists Say
91 Proteins Targeted By HIV Could Lead To New Therapies
92 The Cancer That Shouldn't Be
93 Women urged to get pap test [cf. 92]
94 Study links preschool teachers' stress to student expulsions
95 Smaller classes can cut Pre-K expulsions: report
96 Stressed Out Teachers Kick Out Pre-K Students
97 Source of Mysterious Antimatter Found
98 Skating Through Life and History
99 Behind the Scenes: At the Crossroad of Stem Cells and Computer Science
100 Twins Unwittingly Got Married in Britain
101 A First! Snow Falls in Baghdad
102 Too Much Sugar-Free Gum Linked to Severe Weight Loss
103 NYC Decides to Clone Historical Trees
104 During Ancient Warm Period, Glaciers Might Have Persisted
105 Fossil of Extinct Armored Worm Discovered
106 Brain Circuits That Suppress Memory Found
107 Groups to Sue for Polar Bear Protection
108 China Bans Plastic Shopping Bags
109 Warming Forces Iditarod Changes
110 Surprise Found in Earth's Plumbing System
111 DNA to Decide if Headless Killer Faked Her Death
112 10 Technologies That Will Transform Your Life
113 Why Chimps Eat Dirt
114 The 5,000-Year-Old Origin of Ice Skating
115 Even Thin Galaxies Pack Hefty Black Holes
116 Big Space Thing Looks Like a Moth
117 Space Rock Won't Wallop Mars, Scientists Say
118 Fungus Sheds Light on Development of Human Genders
119 Sun Savvy Sadly Lacking Among Americans
120 Dementia Diagnosis Typically Means Death Within Five Years
121 Scientists: Earth Barely Supports Life
122 Company Unveils Bed With Web, IPod, DVR
123 Perfectly Aligned Galaxies Found For the First Time
124 Flying "Moth" Star, Stellar Quadruplets Discovered
125 Earth Barely Big Enough for Life, Study Says
126 New Dark Matter Map Shows Violent Life of Galaxies
127 Hidden Black Holes, "Swinging" Young Universe Exposed
128 Evidence of Huge Planetary Collision Found
129 Photo in the News: Black Hole's "Jet Power" Revealed
130 Wiki search engine launched
131 Do antihistamines make allergies worse?
132 Heading for Mercury
133 A gene that makes sex deadly
134 HIV helpers can be hijacked
135 Why do chimps eat dirt?
136 Glaciers in a hothouse world
137 Legal battles threaten nuclear power programme
138 Silicon poet pens haiku on demand
139 Giant gas cloud to crash into our galaxy
140 Edible antifreeze promises perfect ice cream
141 Plastic fibres to bring cheap super-fast broadband
142 Balloon-borne telescope could image exoplanets
143 Radioactive 'Understudy' May Aid Medical Imaging, Drug Development
144 New Test Method for Key Micromechanical Property
145 The Violent Lives of Galaxies: Caught in the Cosmic Dark Matter Web
146 Hubble Finds Double Einstein Ring
147 Physicists Uncover New Solution for Cosmic Collisions
148 Circumstellar Dust Takes Flight in 'The Moth'
149 A Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice
150 Genomic Screen Nets Hundreds of Human Proteins Exploited by HIV
151 Snoozing Worms and the Evolution of Sleep
152 Neurons in Humans Far More Sensitive to Sound than Most Mammals
153 Digi S Lab Opens on Second Life
154 Culture Influences Brain Function, Imaging Shows
155 Heart Health Important to Horses
156 Laptop Program to Intel: Good Riddance
157 Creating a Web of Worlds
158 Guiding Light