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1 Putin's Dog Gets a Satellite Collar
2 Scientists Say Stick Bug Is World's Longest Insect
3 Doctors Warn of Rash From Mobile Phone Use
4 Police Shut Down E-Crime Website
5 NASA Sees No Quick Fix for Broken Hubble Telescope
6 Can You Hear Me Now?
7 Europe delays its ExoMars mission
8 African chimps decline 'alarming'
9 Italy aims for carbon-neutral farm
10 Fraudsters' website shut in swoop
11 The future of interaction?
12 How to stop dial-a-crime prisoners
13 Obesity 'lifts inflammation risk'
14 ID-Scam College Student Gets 5 Years
15 Buckypaper Hype Could Soon Be Reality
16 Beluga Whale Added To Endangered List
17 Gladiator Tomb Discovered In Rome
18 Farewell To The Linux 2.6 Kernel?
19 Tesla Lays off 90% of Detroit Staff in Douchey Way
20 N/A
21 Due next from Apple: refreshed 20- and 24-inch iMacs
22 openWind: New Open-Source Wind Farm Design Software
23 CERN Says Atom Smasher Back In Action In Spring
24 Scientists Have New Clue To Mystery Of Sunken Sub
25 Australian Leader Holds Firm On Climate Change
26 MacBook benchmarks: Apple's latest consumer laptops powered by graphics gains
27 Greenpeace: Apple Is Headed Toward Greener Pastures
28 Apple cuts prices on notebook computers
29 New models from Apple, Samsung, Toshiba, and Fujitsu: The week in laptops
30 NASA gets Hubble going
31 Hubble Telescope Hits Another Ditch In The Road
32 Hubble in trouble: NASA's fix for failed computer hits snag
33 Hubble Space Telescope crashes again, and fix may not come until February
34 NASA sees no quick fix for broken Hubble telescope
35 Google's G1 or Apple iPhone? Experts Weigh In
36 Google Is Looking Into Gmail's Errors
37 Google Gmail Outage Brings Out Cloud Computing Naysayers
38 Man Charged in Scientology Web Attack
39 NJ Teenager Guilty of Cyber Attack on Scientology Web Sites
40 Mozilla Gets Touchy and Feely With Firefox 'Fennec' Mobile
41 Firefox for Mobile: What you need to know
42 Mozilla Offers Alpha Version of Mobile Browser for N810
43 I read a new rumor about "Facebook Music" but all I got was this stupid picture
44 Apple, Psystar Pushed Into Mediation Talks
45 Apple, Psystar agree to dispute resolution process
46 Single Neuron Un-Paralyzes Monkeys in Test
47 Brain cell stimulates muscle to work, gives hope to humans
48 Two new IRS systems have major security weaknesses, federal report says
49 IRS slammed over lax security
50 US Treasury says IRS still hasn't fixed vulnerabilities in tax processing systems
51 IRS computer systems faulted
52 Vials From Miller-Urey Experiment Offer New Hints on Origin of Life
53 Forgotten Experiment May Explain Origins of Life
54 After his death, Miller's origin of life research returns
55 Apple's Minor MacBook Move
56 Judge Releases Report on NJ Voting Machines
57 YouTube and the DMCA: Ten years of takedowns
58 2009 EPA Fuel Economy: The Best and Worst
59 Got obesity gene? Eat a whole foods, plant-based diet!
60 Food Doesn't Satisfy Obese People As Previously Thought
61 Former director of UCLA's Willed Body Program pleads guilty in cadaver scheme
62 Former UCLA exec pleads guilty to body trafficking
63 Former UCLA Executive Pleads Guilty In Cadaver Theft Case
64 Darwin Awards for Car Surfers?
65 Listening to dark matter
66 Tides Have Major Impact on Planet Habitability
67 Who's 'Joe the plumber?': ask Google
68 Current theories can't explain observed spin segregation
69 Philips Designs the 'Light Blossom,' an Intelligent Street Light Concept
70 Blue bananas: Ripening bananas glow an intense blue under black light
71 Future planes, cars may be made of 'buckypaper'
72 Researchers Use Nanowires to Develop Neural Probe That Will Limit Damage to Cells and Biological Tissue
73 Strong elasticity size effects in ZnO nanowires
74 Extreme nature helps scientists design nano materials
75 Gold Nanostars Outshine the Competition
76 Paperwork: Buckypapers Clarify Electrical, Optical Behavior of Nanotubes
77 Samsung Demonstrates First Color Carbon Nanotube-Based Electrophoretic Display
78 Researchers write protein nanoarrays using a fountain pen and electric fields
79 Nanotechnology boosts war on superbugs
80 Blowing bubbles on a nanoscale
81 Teaching Nano to Swim
82 'Stamping' self-assembling nanowires
83 First Tunable, 'Noiseless' Amplifier May Boost Quantum Computing, Communications
84 Single-pixel camera has multiple futures: Terahertz version adds new potential to unique invention
85 New research field promises radical advances in optical technologies
86 CERN says atom smasher back in action in spring
87 Scientists discover quantum mechanical 'hurricanes' form spontaneously
88 ITER, IAEA sign deal to move nuclear fusion research forward
89 The Day the World Didn't End
90 First gamma-ray-only pulsar observation opens new window on stellar evolution
91 Martian Polar Layer Erosion Looks Striking
92 Faint gamma-ray bursts do actually exist
93 Colossal black holes common in early universe
94 Global warming threatens Australia's iconic kangaroos
95 Violent flickering in Black Holes
96 Report says Arctic temperatures at record highs
97 Electronic books to write new chapter in publishing history: specialists
98 All-in-one PC is TV, media center and touchable
99 Intel Ships Enterprise-Class Solid-State Drives
100 Asus recalls Eee Box desktop PCs shipped with viruses
101 Review: Google's first phone smart, but needs work
102 The New T-Mobile G1 Android Has A Remote Kill Switch For Apps
103 IBM's 3Q profit strong on global sales, cost cuts (Update)
104 Pret-a-sauver fashion for disasters
105 West Africa has potential to develop biomass: report
106 Ford expands use of biomaterials to cut foreign oil need
107 Teenage hacker admits Scientology cyber-attack
108 Social networking sites told to warn users of weak privacy controls
109 Where Hispanics live in the US may change over time
110 Armyworms attacking pastures, wheat in Texas
111 When under attack, plants can signal microbial friends for help
112 Research team sheds light on immune system suppression
113 Researchers successfully reprogram keratinocytes attached to a single hair
114 Engineers build first-ever multi-input 'plug-and-play' synthetic RNA device
115 Scientists have new clue to mystery of sunken sub
116 Italian scientists assail pope's dig on 'easy money' research
117 Scientists say stick bug is world's longest insect
118 Researcher Hopes to Find Hidden Tomb of Genghis Khan Using Non-Invasive Technologies
119 Study finds value in 'junk' DNA
120 Babies distinguish between happy, sad music
121 Healthy Foods more Expensive than Junk Foods
122 A strong pelvic floor is no accident
123 Doctor who treated her own breast cancer in Antarctica ill: reports
124 Aspirin does not prevent heart attacks in patients with diabetes
125 New research shows that the smell of smoke does not trigger relapse in quitters
126 Strong growth in Medicaid anticipated
127 Physical decline caused by slow decay of brain's myelin
128 Link between sleep and diabetes
129 Waste from gut bacteria helps host control weight, researchers report
130 Hawaii ending universal child health care
131 Chinese drug firm recalls all injection products after deaths