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1 Microsoft Gives PC Guy a Makeover
2 Apple Patch Day: 10 Holes Covered in Tiger, Leopard
3 Open-Source Movement Turns 10
4 Naughty iPhone dev gets pinched
5 All hail Blu-ray
6 More than just software
7 400K iPhones in China
8 nj.com: Jumping PC ship for a Mac can be smooth sailing
9 Mobile industry experts baffled
10 OWC: Upgrade your SuperDrive
11 Freeway 5 coming March 27 [+RapidWeaver]
12 Thousands stranded as snow returns to south China
13 Mystery deaths halt Bengal tiger tracking plan
14 US Humane Society to honor boy who died saving pets
15 Researchers get closer to safe stem cell treatments
16 Astronaut can't wait to eat on plates
17 New drug can treat alcoholism: study
18 Breathing dirty air may lower kids' IQ
19 Bosses less likely to have cancer: Australian study
20 Strokes cause brain damage in three minutes, report scientists
21 Obesity growing to be top cancer cause
22 Bento 1.0.2
23 A grab bag of Photoshop tips and tricks
24 Replace the active app indicators in 10.5's Dock
25 Rare Egyptian "Warrior" Tomb Found
26 Archaeologists dig up 'oldest' African human sacrifice
27 Deconstructing Olduvai
28 India's ageing Taj Mahal gets a mud pack face-lift
29 Bones of contention
30 Truth about teleportation
31 Tulane professor says Mississippi Delta is both spongy and stable
32 New technology makes 3-D imaging quicker and easier
33 The key to quieter Atlantic hurricane seasons may be blowing in the wind
34 Seeking sustainability in a world of instability
35 Small sea creatures may be the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
36 You can't teach old materials new tricks
37 MIT: Turning 'funky' quantum mysteries into computing reality
38 Mars rovers sharpen questions about livable conditions
39 Research may explain why some stroke patients recover language skills
40 Deconstructing Olduvai
41 Rethinking what men and women want in a partner
42 How believing can be seeing: Study shows how context dictates what we believe we see
43 New hope for hepatitis C sufferers
44 Scientist postulates 4 aspects of 'humaniqueness' differentiating human and animal cognition
45 Many, perhaps most, nearby sun-like stars may form rocky planets
46 Novel mathematical model predicts new wave of drug-resistant HIV infections in San Francisco
47 A 'Golden Channel' for New Physics
48 The Best Way to Board a Plane
49 Turning 'funky' quantum mysteries into computing reality
50 Fish devastated by sex-changing chemicals in municipal wastewater
51 Linguist tunes in to pitch processing in brain
52 Salty water may have snuffed out life on Mars: scientists
53 US scientists pinpoint 14 top technological challenges
54 Desert Snake Hears Mouse Footsteps with its Jaw
55 Toshiba plans to pull out of HD DVD business: report
56 Will North Atlantic threshold response to ocean changes be enough?
57 Satellite Shootdown Won't Affect Station
58 MIT expert: How to toughen up environmental treaties
59 Mobile industry embraces touch-screen; some bet on 'projector glasses'
60 Phone viruses to spread as telecom, computer worlds merge, say experts
61 Expert: AI computers by 2020
62 Panel: No Evidence of Domain Snatching
63 Non-English Domains Still Unsettled
64 Geeks camp out at Brazilian tech-fest
65 Wal-Mart drives another nail in HD-DVD coffin
66 Ocean's fiercest predators now vulnerable to extinction
67 Small sea creatures may be the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
68 Food from cloned animals faces long wait: experts
69 Physicists say there's an urgent need for nuclear detectives
70 On burrowed time: France pays up for the great hamster
71 Health effects of pesticide mixtures: Unexpected insights from the salmon brain
72 Brain waves pattern themselves after rhythms of nature
73 No easy answers in evolution of human language
74 Bosses less likely to have cancer: Australian study
75 Missile Defense Future May Turn on Success of Mission to Destroy Satellite
76 For 'EcoMoms,' Saving Earth Begins at Home
77 Taking Play Seriously
78 A Spoonful of Immunity?
79 Miracle Workers?
80 Ear Infections Too Often Misdiagnosed, Then Overtreated
81 Introducing the Small Diameter Bomb
82 Marines Help Heal Girl's Broken Heart
83 Naked Cowboy sues Mars
84 Machines 'to match man by 2029'
85 Spinal injury regeneration hope
86 'Super surgery' plans condemned
87 Nuclear forensica vs. terrorism
88 Harvard party hopes to show "science is sexy"
89 Oceans eyed as new energy source
90 Quickorder app would keep iPod touch owners hooked on Starbucks
91 Best Alternatives to Windows Start Menu
92 Yes, there is a better search engine
93 Most Analog Cellular to Fade Away Next Week
94 Mathematical modeling offers new approaches to fight dual-resistant hospital infections
95 Stress hormone impacts memory, learning in diabetic rodents
96 Small sea creatures may be the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
97 2-way cell talk provides clues about neuromuscular disease
98 MIT: No easy answers in evolution of human language
99 Scientist postulates 4 aspects of 'humaniqueness' differentiating human and animal cognition
100 Ocean's fiercest predators now vulnerable to extinction
101 Climate change has major impact on oceans
102 Mission critical for carbon management
103 The art of using science to inform ecosystem restoration in Puget Sound
104 Solar cell directly splits water for hydrogen
105 New research reveals shark superhighways and hotspots
106 New technology makes 3-D imaging quicker, easier
107 MIT physicist to describe strange world of quarks, gluons
108 Novel mathematical model predicts new wave of drug-resistant HIV infections in San Francisco
109 Drug to fight alcoholism
110 Steroids in skin-lightening cream?
111 Fat fuels cancer risk
112 Stems cells don't cause cancer
113 Class key to health perception
114 Warmer Antarctic Might Lure Sharks Back
115 New Baseball Stats Reveal Surprises
116 Mysterious Compound Seen as Key to Ocean Life
117 Early Mars Too Acidic, Salty for Life, Experts Say
118 Kosovo Declares Independence From Serbia
119 Crab, Shark Invasion May Threaten Antarctic Marine Life
120 Computer models give an edge for spotting winners
121 Urgent action needed to stop nuclear smugglers
122 Global warming may not have caused sluggish Atlantic
123 New Technology Makes 3-D Imaging Quicker, Easier
124 Mission Critical for Carbon Management
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