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1 Vietnam Imposes New Blogging Restrictions
2 The World's Most High-Tech Nation
3 Arctic Town Threatened by Erosion
4 Skimping on Sleep Is Bad for the Heart: U.S. Study
5 Do Winter Babies Really Have Less Fun?
6 Experts Debate Germy Potential of Potluck Parties
7 Orangutans learn to trade favours
8 Salmon project plan jumps for joy
9 Helping to keep an eye on ewe
10 Hi-tech helps track Santa Claus
11 Christmas messages from far away
12 Putting the brakes on car theft
13 EU's new online library reopens
14 Skipping sleep 'hardens arteries'
15 'Clue' to sexes' pain difference
16 Pill changes 'not the answer'
17 South African prisoners embrace yoga
18 VHS' Days Appear Numbered
19 New York Times sued over's linking practice
20 The Ultimate Flying Machine: Sexy as a Sports Car, Portable as a Jet Ski
21 Review: Kanguru eSATA flash drive provides blazing speed
22 How laptop screens will steal the show at CES
23 Millions Of Older Americans Use Risky Drug Combos
24 Investor Suicide Sign Of Things To Come?
25 Cops: Former Utah Trooper Is Dallas Gunman
26 NORAD Tracking Santa Claus With Google Maps
27 Water Supplies Tested After Tennessee Spill
28 Cleanup begins in wake of Tennessee ash pond flood
29 Environmental Disaster in Tennessee--Coal Ash Spill
30 NASA awards resupply contracts for ISS after shuttle retires in 2010
31 Smaller Companies Win NASA's Space Race
32 NASA inks commercial ISS cargo deals
33 NASA celebrates 40th anniversary of Apollo 8
34 Happy Birthday, 'Earthrise'
35 A plague of iPhone flatulence
36 'USA Today' Launches iPhone App
37 Smudge Releases Post-It App for iPhone
38 In Reversal, Court Allows a Bush Plan on Pollution
39 US court reinstates EPA power plant pollution rule
40 Windows XP Extensions Reflect Vista's Woes
41 Microsoft Answers beta website launched
42 Turning Page, E-Books Start to Take Hold
43 Searches For "Kindle" Picked Up During The Holidays
44 Electronic books getting their day at last
45 E-books get holiday boost
46 Look Out, Amazon: iPhone Gets Real E-Books
47 Microsoft confirms it's been working on SQL Server bug since April
48 Microsoft Confirms New SQL Server Threat
49 Has the RIAA stopped suing for copyright infringements?
50 Analyst says Jobs' views are now endemic to Apple
51 Chinese accessory manufacturer shows cases for Apple 'iPhone nano'
52 Crash survivor Twitters from burning plane (false)
53 Dell Adamo confirmed in paid-rumor admission
54 Dell's MacBook Air Rival Confirmed by...Dell
55 Dell Adamo Rumors Gain Ground with 'Confirmation'
56 8 Hours of Sleep: a Heart-Healthy Goal for 2009
57 Expecting a Late Night? Sleep Deprivation Boosts Heart Risk
58 A Mysterious Link Between Sleeplessness and Heart Disease
59 Sleep Longer, Help Your Heart
60 Coke scolded over labeling of Diet Coke Plus
61 Dangerous drug combos pose risk for elderly
62 Sluggish Men, Take Note: Caffeine Boosts Energy in 10 Minutes
63 Caffeine gives men a better buzz
64 Men Feel Coffee Effects In Ten Minutes
65 Is decaf really decaffeinated?
66 Caffeine Produces Better Results in Men
67 Caffeine Has Greater Effect On Men, And Starts Only Ten Minutes After Consumption
68 Caffeine Gives Men Faster Jolt: Study
69 Gene Variant Reduces Effectiveness of Plavix
70 Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Greater Risk for Primary Cesarean Delivery
71 Vitamin D Deficiency Boosts C-Section Risk
72 Vitamin D Deficit in Pregnancy Tied to Caesarean Risk
73 Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Increase in Caesarean Deliveries
74 Vitamin D deficiency ups pregnant women's Cesarean risk
75 Scientists Create New Means to Study Disease Origins
76 Researchers Derive First Embryonic Stem Cells From Rats
77 Health care discussion to provide input to Obama's team
78 It's not a health-care crisis; it's a payment problem
79 Pfizer ordered to pay for stealing drug secrets
80 Pfizer Must Pay $38.7 Million for Stealing Data, Jury Decides
81 Police Incompetence Threatens Justice for Children
82 Ancient Family Heirlooms Used to Snort Hallucinogens
83 Global Warming Might Cook Up Too Many Male Fish
84 Brain Chip to Stimulate Orgasms
85 The Top 5 History Makers of 2008
86 Very Strange: The Spider Sex Chronicles
87 Performance Enhancement Common in Sports
88 Since 2003, More Than 2 Trillion Tons of Arctic Ice Melted
89 Spirituality Spot Found in Brain
90 Reindeer Could Remain on the Run
91 Caffeine Works Better for Men
92 Why Some of Us Hate to Cry
93 Slow Starvation of Brain Triggers Alzheimer's
94 Scientists No Closer to Curing Hangovers
95 Reprogrammed skin cells provide testing ground for new drugs
96 Blind man walking
97 'Proto-spiders' made silk, but not webs
98 Downturn hits Chicago's natural history museum
99 Synthetic opals show their colours
100 Rat embryonic stem cells created
101 Newsmaker of the year: The machine maker
102 How godless geeks celebrate Christmas
103 Mosquito helps police grab car thief
104 NASA scientist warns of runaway global warming
105 Will Obama pursue space-based solar power?
106 Pope misuses science to attack homosexuality
107 A computer mouse stocking-filler
108 The best comments of 2008
109 Space sickness and cosmic photography: the voyage of Apollo 8
110 Gallery: Snowflakes as you've never seen them before
111 US police could get 'pain beam' weapons
112 News review 2008: The year in science
113 Genetics: Top 10 articles from 2008
114 2008: A good year for Neanderthals
115 NASA gives space cargo contracts to start-up firms
116 Skimping on sleep linked to hardened arteries
117 First vertebrate eye to use mirror instead of lens
118 Blight hits world's vanilla supply
119 Giant stinking flower reveals a hot secret
120 Great fireworks, shame about the toxic fallout
121 Ambitious climate goals make economic sense