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1 Survival Guide to the Digital TV Switch
2 Fair Use and the Election
3 Amid Economic Crisis, Wind Power Spins More Slowly
4 Melamine: It's What's for Dinner?
5 Smarter People More Likely to Vote, Scientists Say
6 Future of physics 'under threat'
7 Mud eruption 'caused by drilling'
8 C. diff testing 'is often wrong'
9 DNA clue to child brain tumours
10 Binge-drinkers 'risking dementia'
11 Windows 7 pre-beta hits BitTorrent
12 Phone company: Heavy Internet users to pay more
13 Mac money-savers: fill up your Mac for free
14 7 Apps Every Open Source Enthusiast Should Brag About
15 Undersea Explorer Piccard Dies, Aged 86
16 Digital Images A Lock For Copying Keys
17 Start Saying Goodbye To Belly Fat
18 Poll: Early Voters Strongly Prefer Obama
19 Espionage Brings "Tricksy" Folder Encryption to OS X
20 Hacking Google: Turning a Search Engine into an MP3 Downloader
21 Regarding Opera Mini and the App Store
22 50 websites you'll wonder how you lived without
23 20 websites that changed the world
24 Scientists closing in on cause of mysterious bat ailment
25 Archaeologists report finding oldest Hebrew text
26 Ask Dr. Knowledge: What can you tell me about the fruit acai?
27 Home for parrots whose owners flew the coop
28 Japan's Culture of Techno-Toilets
29 Big Primes, Small Numbers, Sarah Palin and the Financial Crisis
30 Has Sony Learned Nothing From Past Battery Recalls?
31 Google patches Android security flaw
32 Motorola Confirms Layoffs
33 Back In Biz Is Hardy Hubble
34 Hubble back in full snapping mode
35 Hubble Space Telescope is alive and clicking
36 Why did Apple hire away IBM's Mark Papermaster?
37 Phoenix spacecraft on Mars is unlikely to rise
38 Try Netflix Watch Instantly on your Mac right now
39 Hands On With Netflix's New Mac Streaming Player: A Good Start (NFLX)
40 Bat Disease Fungus Identified
41 Venus and Jupiter light up the night in November
42 Planets light up sky, not UFOs
43 Opera Mini Not Rejected?
44 'Iceman' Mummy Has No Modern Kin
45 'Iceman' Alpine Mummy May Have Been Last of His Kind
46 Installing Leaked NXE Will Disable Xbox Live Until Nov. 19
47 Microsoft warns of another update to Windows Update
48 Exposure to plastic chemical BPA may affect behaviors
49 Review Reignites Questions Over BPA
50 Hawaii shows low diabetes rate
51 Sleep More to Reduce Heart Attacks!
52 With all this, why be president?
53 Medicare won't pay for errors anymore
54 Solar Cells Set New Performance Mark
55 Do We Still Need Embryonic Stem Cells?
56 Caesar's British Landing Site Pinned Down
57 New Televisions Could Have 30 Percent Energy Savings
58 Daylight Saving Time: Why Did We Do It?
59 The Truth About Muslims in America
60 Studies Find a Candidate's Looks Matter
61 The Real (and Frightening) Ghosts of the World
62 Do Overweight Women Skip Sex? Fat Chance!
63 Rare, Prehistoric-age Reptile Found in New Zealand
64 Fungi Caught Having Sex in Humans
65 Ancient Phoenician Genes Live on Today
66 Sabertooth 'Tigers' Were Social Beasts
67 Islands: Exquisite Labs of Evolution
68 Bat Death Mystery Solved
69 Black As Barack? Why Race is Wrong--Part 1
70 Phoenix faces final curtain
71 Primate researchers ask the big questions
72 Human genes are multitaskers
73 Silicon core gives optical fibres a molecular view
74 Hot nanotube sheets produce music on demand
75 Dark matter may shine with invisible 'dark light'
76 Babies are OK after light drinking in pregnancy
77 The yo-yo world of diet drugs
78 Habitable worlds may hide in gas giants' wake
79 Why sex gets cocks crowing
80 Silver-screen audio trick could smooth jerky video
81 Honeycomb to mend a broken heart
82 Simple Chemical Procedure Augments Therapeutic Potential of Stem Cells
83 Corn Researchers Discover Novel Gene Shut-off Mechanisms
84 Staying Off "Skid Row"--Safe Driving on Ice and Snow
85 Don't Get Frosted Over Heating Your Home This Winter
86 OSA's Interactive Science Publishing Initiative Launches with Research on Breathing Disorders and Congenital Heart Defects
87 Researcher's Techniques May Help Authories Find Missing Children
88 New Nanocluster to Boost Thin Films for Semiconductors
89 Cyberinfrastructure Tools Improve Remote Use of Scientific Instruments
90 New Method Provides Panoramic View of Protein-RNA Interactions in Living Cells
91 Large Earthquake "Bounces" Are Stronger Than Gravity
92 Tiny Mercury Had Huge Volcanic Eruptions, Probe Finds
93 Electricity Found on Saturn Moon--Could It Spark Life?
94 Science Advice for the Next President
95 Judge Kills Mayor's Try at Greening Taxi Fleets
96 Art Teams With Science to Explain It All to You
97 Bat Disease Fungus Identified
98 Magnetic Portals Connect Sun and Earth
99 Conclusive proof that polar warming is being caused by humans
100 Smelly effluent mars affluent Dubai's beaches
101 Human genes sing different tunes in different tissues
102 A double-barreled immune cell approach for neuroblastoma
103 Detecting tiny twists with a nanomachine
104 Mending broken hearts with tissue engineering
105 New method provides panoramic view of protein-RNA interactions in living cells
106 Substance tackles skin cancer from two sides
107 New nanocluster to boost thin films for semiconductors
108 Breakthrough may ease electronics assembly
109 Nanoscale Dimensioning Is Fast, Cheap with New Optical Technique
110 Searching for primordial antimatter
111 Ultrafast lasers give researchers a snapshot of electrons in action
112 New Process Promises Bigger, Better Diamond Crystals
113 Chilean glacier will vanish in 50 years: study
114 Methane gas levels begin to increase again
115 Reducing roads could boost bear population
116 Birth of a new ocean
117 Antarctica feeling the heat too, says study
118 Samsung Goes Brave New World With 40-Inch OLED Panel
119 Digital projectors making grand entrance at movies
120 Review: Mini camcorders cheap, simple, imperfect
121 PC makers recall 100,000 Sony laptop battery packs
122 Frames are a picture of high-tech charm
123 Motorola to use Android for showcase phones: WSJ
124 NFL defenses finally go high tech
125 Motorola handset unit 'no quick fix'
126 Microsoft Gets Patent for Patently Offensive Audio Content
127 Quiet wind turbine could provide up to 30% of a home's power
128 'Digital dark age' may doom some data
129 Phone company: Heavy Internet users to pay more
130 Student drives shoppers up wall with hot gadget
131 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Locksmiths, Computer Scientists Say
132 OpenOffice is a worthy alternative
133 Nature study demonstrates that bacterial clotting depends on clustering
134 Try something besides Airborne for cold prevention
135 Persistent bacterial infection exploits killing machinery of immune cells
136 Mastering your camera can help your brain
137 Genetic test can reveal a painful truth
138 As more genital birth defects are seen in boys, attention turns to phthalates
139 AIDS-hit Swaziland promotes circumcision
140 To eat or not to eat...
141 Foods to prevent disease?