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1 The Street: "Mac Owners Are Snobs"
2 Podmaps concept patent sought by Apple
3 Not a "people person?" Get an iPhone
4 New Cell-Phone Cancer Link
5 New World Record For Solar Conversion Efficiency
6 Sharks Now Vulnerable to Extinction
7 Solar Cell Directly Splits Water for Hydrogen
8 Got Green Tea? If Not, You Should
9 The Science of the Perfect Souffle
10 Genetically Engineering the Sweet Stuff
11 Scientist Says Worm Has Evolved to Eat Killer Crop
12 Gay Africans and Arabs come out online
13 China concerned by U.S. satellite missile plan
14 Precision clock traps atoms in light to keep time
15 Hair sample may provide breast cancer diagnosis
16 U.S. vows to pay for any damage caused by satellite
17 Addicted To Love
18 Impressive Eye Candy: 3D OpenGL Transitions
19 Highlight an Image in HTML Code
20 N/A
21 Spell with flickr
22 Panama Relatives Say Hundreds Poisoned
23 Toshiba mulls abandoning HD DVD format; analysts welcome move--UPDATE2
24 Investors cheer as Toshiba nears HD DVD surrender
25 Smugglers Return iPhones to China
26 MPA Sues Xunlei, A Chinese P2P Network
27 MPA Members Sue Chinese File Sharing Network Provider
28 MPA sues Google-backed Chinese firm for online movie piracy
29 Motion Picture Association Studios Sue Xunlei Networking Technology
30 Analog cell service might be shut off soon
31 Cellphone firms end analog-network service
32 Can you hear me now? Analog cellular networks shutting down next week
33 It's curtains for analog networks
34 State set to decide on adding 'evolution' to science education standards
35 Sullivan sends letter opposing science standards
36 4 extra words in Florida science proposal rankle educators
37 Volusia School Board supports teaching of evolution
38 State board may label evolution standards as 'theory'
39 Raise the bar: approve new standards, evolution and all
40 Evolution Battle Flares in States
41 Samsung 64GB SATA II SSD In Mass Production
42 Dell to Use Samsung Solid State Hard Drives in Laptops
43 Samsung SATA II SSD hits factories, due soon
44 Samsung intros Enhanced 64GB SSD with Faster SATA II Interface
45 Samsung's 64GB SATA II SSDs Enter Mass Production Stage
46 Hackers spread malware with 'Hilary Clinton' spam
47 Hillary Clinton used as a spam lure to download malicious software
48 Hillary Clinton spam sighted in the wild
49 Hillary Virus Attacks
50 On Feb 20, get ready to watch a total lunar eclipse
51 Kids: How to see a total eclipse of the moon on February 20
52 Beef recall is largest in history
53 Company Orders Largest Recall of Ground Beef
54 USDA issues largest ever beef recall at Chino plant
55 Insurance a prime weapon against cancer
56 FEMA: Stubborn facts
57 Stress could lead to cervical cancer
58 Depression a key problem at North Central Wash. nursing homes
59 State blamed for nursing home citing
60 Two Ariz. nursing homes among nation's worst
61 Consumers Cheer Expected End to DVD War
62 Winners, Losers in Digital TV Transition
63 Friends As Kids; Now Kidney Links Them
64 Libraries Turn Up the Noise, Draw Teens
65 Backlash Against College Gossip Site
66 Headaches: What a Pain in the Neck!
67 Little Lakshmi Takes First Steps
68 Tests on sunscreen nanoparticles 'reassuring'
69 Southern Ocean rise due to warming, not ice
70 Mars too salty to sustain life
71 Planet-hunters set for big bounty
72 Obesity 'requires climate plan'
73 Bottled Water: Who Needs It?
74 Whistle-blower site taken offline
75 Game creators look to the future
76 Toshiba climbs on 'HD DVD exit'
77 The high cost of a good reputation
78 Why the future is in your hands
79 Wealth 'may not lead to health'
80 'Cancer link' to heavy mobile use
81 Stem cell hope for bone fractures
82 Ivory Coast's 'big-bottom' craze
83 Irritable bowel syndrome
84 Ask Dr. Knowledge: Why is the moon white while the sun is yellow?
85 Making cells like computers
86 Verizon to offer unlimited voice, data, and messaging packages
87 Do Not Call Registry saved from mandatory reset
88 9 (More) Useful Websites You Should Know About, But Probably Don't
89 Aussies: Kyoto Should Have Been Ratified
90 San Diego Measles Outbreak Growing
91 Study: Gel Fails To Stop HIV Infection
92 Bush Touts U.S. Aid To Fight Malaria
93 HD DVD death still not official; what they're mulling
94 PS3 sales gain on Blu-ray, fall of HD DVD
95 Home movie DVD battle won, hard sell begins
96 Blu-ray the Winner?
97 Blu-Ray Win Boosts Singulus Stock
98 Atlantis undocks for journey home
99 Shuttle leaves station as next ship moves to pad
100 Planets, Resembling Earth, Raise Hopes of Extra-Terrestrial Life
101 New estimate raises chances of life on other planets
102 Planets Similar to Earth Could Reveal Extra-Terrestial Life
103 'Forensic evidence' of undiscovered planets
104 Eclipse won't keep you up
105 Get ready for the eclipse that saved Columbus
106 Sprint announces world-roaming Samsung Ace
107 Samsung Ace Official on Sprint: Mega World Phone Does GSM and CDMA
108 Spring Ace by Samsung reviewed
109 Of All the Hurdles to a Merger, View on Technology Is the Highest
110 Yahoo, Microsoft at odds on technology
111 Research in Motion Sues Motorola For Patent Infringement
112 RIM Sues Motorola Over Patent Infringement Claims
113 Wii sales beating Xbox 360 and PS3
114 The Divnich Tapes: How PlayStation 3 Is Catching Xbox 360?
115 Nintendo Wii Takes Over The US Sales In January
116 Amazon's S3 Cloud Has a Dark Lining for Startups
117 Amazon's Successful S3 Storage Crashed Yesterday
118 Florida To Decide On Evolution Standards In School
119 Teach Evolution As Science
120 What you should know about Tuesday's vote on evolution
121 Schools await board's vote on evolution
122 State to decide evolution standards
123 Google Contractor Sues Google Over Google Sky Layer
124 Google Sued Over Google Sky Feature
125 Congress Considers New Net Neutrality Bill
126 House introduces net neutrality bill
127 Keep the Internet open
128 Cream to prevent HIV safe, but not effective: study
129 Anti-HIV gel for women fails in African trial
130 Anti-HIV medication fails test in Africa
131 HIV Cream Does Not Prevent Women From Contracting The Virus
132 More Fentanyl Patches Recalled
133 Fentanyl pain patches are recalled
134 Clearing the air
135 What's killing N.Y.'s bats? And why we should care
136 Bat affliction found in Vermont and Massachusetts caves
137 Scientists using laser light to detect potential diseases via breath samples, says new study
138 Research uncovers the social dynamics of yellow jackets
139 Scientists move towards stem cell therapy trials to mend shattered bones
140 Nitrous oxide: definitely no laughing matter
141 Amazon corridors far too narrow, warn scientists
142 Alcoholics underestimate the risk of bleeding
143 Unveiling the underwater ways of the white shark
144 Stanford researchers make first direct observation of 3-D molecule folding in real time
145 To save or savor? It's decision time for Atlantic bluefin tuna
146 Learning from cod collapse to save tuna
147 Into the abyss: Deep-sixing carbon
148 UBC scientist invokes future generations to save tuna populations from collapse
149 Cocaine's effects on brain metabolism may contribute to abuse
150 Why recovery from flu may increase odds of bacterial infection
151 Novel organic metal hybrids that will revolutionize materials science and chemical engineering
152 Craniosynostosis minimally invasive surgery holds more promise than old procedure
153 Laser light may be able to detect diseases on the breath
154 New laser technique promises better process control in the pharmaceutical industry
155 How Ancient Trade Changed the World
156 The most intense laser in the Universe
157 Polar creatures squeaked through last ice age
158 Solar cell speeds hydrogen production
159 Paper cargo surfs chemical waves
160 Many Earth-like planets may exist in Milky Way
161 Shark populations hit by demand for fin soup
162 New Mississippi delta would limit hurricane damage
163 Hard graft, not genes, creates musical genius
164 Planning for Climate Change
165 Lamp Lit by Gravity Wins Greener Gadget Award
166 Researcher Creates New Way to Test Blood-Sugar Level
167 Students Prepare for Zero-gravity Experiments
168 Mississippi Delta Both Spongy and Stable, According to Professor
169 Research Uncovers the Social Dynamics of Yellow Jackets
170 Big-Time Injury Strikes Little Players