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1 Game over: Toshiba pulls plug on ailing HD DVD format
2 Apple taps Linkin Park to perform at "secret" NYC event
3 Apple filing spills details of advanced multi-touch pads for Macs
4 Apple slashes iPod shuffle price, introduces 2GB model
5 Apple Introduces Xsan 2
6 iCab 4.0.1
7 Director 11 ships
8 TheStreet.com chart gazer: Apple's best days are past
9 AT&T offers unlimited plan, includes Apple iPhone
10 Universal dumps obsolete HD DVD, switches to Blu-ray
11 Mercury News: There's never been a better time to switch to Apple Mac
12 RUMOR: Apple books Linkin Park for 'secret' NYC event performance
13 DVD Jon launches 'doubleTwist' platform to crack Apple iTunes Store tracks
14 Chris Pirillo: 50 Reasons to switch from Microsoft Windows to Apple's Mac OS X
15 Mac Myths
16 Sophos trumpets so-called Mac vulnerabilities in attempt to sell so-called security software
17 NY TImes: Apple's iPhone swept up in a frenzy of global smuggling
18 InfoWorld: Time to dump Microsoft's Windows and 'Get a Mac?'
19 Baton Rouge-area 6th-graders take home over 3,500 Apple MacBooks
20 Caging Fats in Fiber
21 Sticky Tape to Heal Surgical Incisions
22 A Better Way to Capture Carbon
23 Mobile Carriers See Gold in Femtocells
24 Improving Toxicity Tests
25 Mysterious creatures found in Antarctica
26 US may shoot down satellite Wednesday
27 Marrakesh snake charmers' spell fails to work on activists
28 Scientists find 'Devil Toad' fossil
29 EU split over biotech maize, potato
30 Hospital 'code blue' deadlier at night
31 Health Tip: Zinc in Your Diet
32 Vildagliptin improves control of type 2 diabetes
33 New York wants age limit on films with smoking scenes
34 Campbell's lowering sodium in kids soups
35 TV ads in Spanish may fuel kid obesity: study
36 Physical job activity may cut prostate cancer risk
37 Probiotics help distance runners stay healthy
38 With Fidel Gone, Will Cuba Become a Global Ethanol Player?
39 Physicist Neil Turok: Big Bang Wasn't the Beginning
40 World's Longest Accelerator Probes Universe's Tiniest Particles
41 As Lithium Cars Arrive, Lithium Questions Persist
42 Trio Creates Rock iBand With Modded iPhones
43 Review: Asus Nova P22 Mini PC Is No Small Wonder
44 'World's Largest Record Collection' for Sale on eBay
45 Microsoft Giving Away Developer Software
46 Inside the Bizarre World of Japanese Pickup Schools
47 Raelians Rocket From Clones to Clitorises
48 Is Apple Ready to Bust a Blu-ray Move?
49 Bill Gates Talks at Stanford
50 Cellular Service Price War Erupts Over Unlimited Calling Plans
51 Showcase Your Art Work On Website
52 Apple Patent Filing Details Advanced Multi-Touch System
53 Toshiba Officially Announces HD-DVD Exit
54 You Can't Hear Me Now: Analog Cell Phones Go Silent
55 Digital Frames May Contain A Virus
56 Fidel Castro, 20th century revolutionary
57 Lawmakers Draft a Statewide Smoking Ban in Iowa
58 10 Tips for Helping Your Parents Age Safely
59 Shoot. There goes our trade-in honey
60 Cat flees fire, ends up 240 miles away
61 Michigan-shaped spot may save steer
62 China's Genetically Altered Food Boom
63 Your Steak--Medium, Rare or Cloned?
64 Anti-AIDS Gel Fails in Study
65 TR10: Cellulolytic Enzymes
66 Clothes That Clean Themselves
67 Analysts: Blu-ray's Not Home Free
68 Stem Cells Help Rats Recover Function After Stroke
69 MySpace working on music service: reports
70 G-Shot Parties: A Shot at Better Sex?
71 Alley to Develop Own Weight Loss Brand
72 Autism Breakthrough: Girl's Writings Explain Her Behavior and Feelings
73 Campus Shooting Highlights Legal Loophole
74 Drunken College Girls Immortalize Their Nights on Facebook
75 Should a 4-Year-Old Handle Snakes?
76 Solar plant a 'small but important step'
77 Milky Way twice as thick as we think
78 Dead men's eyes tell age old tales
79 Warships poised to shoot down satellite
80 Atlantis ends its Columbus voyage
81 Brain control headset for gamers
82 Adaptation 'key to climate deal'
83 Microsoft steps up Yahoo campaign
84 Music 'can aid stroke recovery'
85 Infant feeding 'may affect brain'
86 Female G spot 'can be detected'
87 'Fullstop-size cure' for cataract
88 'Anger control' key to recovery
89 How towns are redesigned as gyms
90 Darfur 'broke my heart' says nurse
91 Profile: Sierra Leone's slum medic
92 Shuttle Atlantis Streaks Back To Earth
93 Undersea saboteurs may have been responsible for cable cuts
94 Microsoft posts new Windows XP SP3 build for public download
95 'DVD Jon' frees your media with DoubleTwist
96 Spy Satellite Shootdown May Be On Hold
97 Could Flashlight Replace Tasers?
98 Oxford To Study Faith In God
99 College Student Fights His Own Cancer
100 Getting 'Off Meds' Has Consequences
101 Music To The Ears Of Some Stroke Victims
102 Tot Born With 8 Limbs Stands
103 Next up: Amazon sides with Blu-ray
104 Buyers snatch cheap HD DVD titles as format ends
105 Why Sony Won the Format War
106 Space Shuttle Atlantis Returns to Earth
107 GDC '08: Wii Fit, WiiWare hitting US in mid-May
108 Eclipse should shine through partly cloudy skies
109 Cringely Looks at the WikiLeaks Debacle
110 PC Gaming's Turf War
111 Creation of PC Gaming Alliance leaves unanswered questions
112 PC Gaming Alliance debuts
113 Companies Picked to Develop Cargo Spaceship
114 Free Your Media With DoubleTwist, a DRM Stripping App Anyone Can Use
115 DoubleTwist Breaks the iTunes/iPod Bond
116 Norwegian Hacker Bypasses iTunes
117 'DVD Jon' Launches Doubletwist: Share and Sync Protected iTunes Music
118 Seamless Digital Media Sharing For All
119 Florida Orders Schools To Teach Evolution [et al.]
120 Florida Votes to Teach Evolution as Theory
121 Florida Teaches the Theory of Evolution in Schools
122 Microsoft yanks Vista SP1 update causing endless reboots
123 Redmond puts key Vista update on ice
124 Mozilla Messaging: Our Escape From Outlook?
125 Mozilla Thunderbird Messaging--Is It Worth The Wait?
126 'Frog from hell' tells of ancient land link
127 Id Software to Run 'Quake' in a Web Browser
128 IGA provides in-game ads for free-to-play Quake Live
129 Study: Cancer leading cause of death in Minnesota
130 Cancer Death Rate Falls, But Disparities Persist
131 Cardiac arrest: avoid nights, weekend, study says
132 Stem Cells Repair Stroke Damage in Rats
133 Stroke therapy shows promise
134 Study: Stem Cell Therapy May Help Stroke Victims Recover
135 Stem cells help rats recover function after stroke
136 Stem cell jabs reverse damage after strokes, doctors claim
137 Study urges new focus in hunt for emerging diseases
138 Concern over diseases from animals
139 Paraguayans demonstrate for yellow fever vaccines
140 Reporter Held in Contempt in Anthrax Case
141 The Right To Keep Sources Anonymous
142 Judge holds reporter in contempt in anthrax case
143 Warning: Expert at UH adds obesity to side effects of lead exposure
144 Drinking milk may help ease the pressure
145 In the race to the top, zigzagging is more efficient than a straight line
146 Beavers can help ease drought
147 Gene newly linked to inherited ALS may also play role in common dementia
148 Total, Genetically-Based Recall: Psychologists explore possibility of sex differences in memory, findings favor females
149 Scientists Discover "Giant Fossil Frog from Hell"
150 Coated silica particles filter out toxins, pathogens
151 Newly discovered role of thyroid hormone during pregnancy
152 Ancient 'Out of Africa' migration left stamp on European genetic diversity, Cornell-led study finds
153 Emerging infectious diseases on the rise: Next target 'hotspot' predicted
154 Genetic pathway critical to disease, aging found
155 Tumor-killing virus selectively targets diseased brain cells
156 Ancient mystery solved
157 Masters of disguise: Secrets of nature's 'great pretenders' revealed
158 Human stem cells aid stroke recovery in rats
159 Do animals think like autistic savants?
160 Amazing Miniaturized 'SIDECAR' Drives Webb Telescope's Signal
161 AMD discovery: New hope for treatment of vision loss
162 A researcher of the University of Navarra has discovered new compounds with potential anti-depressant activity
163 Turtle studies suggest health risks from environmental contaminants
164 Directed self-ordering of organic molecules for electronic devices
165 A Fresh Look Inside Mount St. Helens
166 Optical 'frequency comb' can detect the breath of disease
167 'NMR on a chip' features NIST magnetic mini-sensor
168 Strengthening Fluids With Nanoparticles
169 Lensless camera uses X-rays to view nanoscale materials and biological specimens
170 New aluminum-rich alloy produces hydrogen on-demand for large-scale uses
171 MIT to lead development of new telescopes on moon
172 'Invisible' bacteria dupe the human immune system
173 Study identifies another strategy for normalizing tumor blood supply
174 Who's slowing you down?
175 US cancer deaths down but far too few Americans screened for colon cancer
176 Memory loss and other cognitive impairment becoming less common in older Americans, study finds
177 Standard test for blood sugar control not accurate in diabetic dialysis patients
178 Listening to music improves stroke patients' recovery
179 Gene therapy 'trains' immune system to destroy brain cancer cells and reverses behavioral deficits
180 After successfully delivering Columbus, Atlantis is back on Earth
181 A greener way to power cars
182 The downside of a good idea
183 Purdue lab works to improve conditions at indoor swimming pools
184 University of Illinois develops free, easy-to-use web tool kit for archivists
185 Evolutionary History of Sars Supports Bats as Virus Source
186 Advertisers, neuroscientists trace source of emotions in brain
187 Satellite Phones on TV's 'Lost' Can't Be Real
188 How to Down a Satellite: Go Back 22 Years
189 14 Things That Would Make Life Better
190 New Rubber-like Material Can Heal Itself
191 Devastation of Trawling Visible from Space
192 Space War: Satellite 'Kill' Would Prove U.S. Capability
193 New Fla. Standards Use Word 'Evolution'
194 Mysterious Creatures Found in Antarctica
195 Ancestral Human Skull Found in China
196 Mysterious Pyramid Complex Discovered in Peru
197 Strange Sea Creatures Found in Antarctica
198 Disease monitors 'looking in the wrong places'
199 Self-healing rubber bounces back
200 Cosmic coincidence spotted
201 Check your GPS at the border
202 An indifference to boundaries
203 On the origin of deleterious mutations
204 No jail for geneticist who posted bacteria to artist
205 Funds run dry for sea-fertilization project
206 India has a key satellite antenna stolen for scrap
207 Martian crater records aftermath of Amazon-like flood
208 Ultrasound nails location of the elusive G spot
209 More people mean more disease
210 Smart rubber promises self-mending products
211 Airport security prize announced
212 Tweaking taps for a constantly warm shower
213 Animals are smart, but not savants
214 Moon set for last total eclipse until 2010, 21:07 19 February 2008
215 Genetic Pathway Critical to Disease, Aging Found
216 Migration from Africa Left Mark on European Genetic Diversity
217 In Race to the Top, Zigzagging Is More Efficient than a Straight Line
218 Humans Not the Only Creatures Suffering from Obesity
219 'NMR on a Chip' Features NIST Magnetic Mini-Sensor
220 Optical 'Frequency Comb' Can Detect the Breath of Disease
221 Directed Self-Ordering of Organic Molecules for Electronic Devices
222 Turtle Studies Suggest Health Risks from Environmental Contaminants
223 Costs of Solar Photovoltaic Panels Substantially Eclipse Benefits
224 Chemists Measure Copper Levels in Zinc Oxide Nanowires
225 Pyrotechnics Safety Studies on Anniversary of Nightclub Fire
226 A Fresh Look Inside Mount St. Helens
227 Strengthening Fluids With Nanoparticles
228 Revealed: Secrets of the Camouflage Masters
229 Lowering Odds of Multiple Births
230 What People Owe Fish: A Lot
231 Paleontologists Reconstruct a Monster Frog
232 China Notes Pollution at Three Gorges Dam
233 Scientists Would Turn Greenhouse Gas Into Gasoline
234 Long Nights, 90 Below. What More Could Astronomers Want?
235 Russia's Claim Under Polar Ice Irks American
236 With Oil Prices Rising, Wood Makes a Comeback
237 NASA Insists It Can Fix Flaw in Rocket Design
238 Gentlemen, 5 Easy Steps to Living Long and Well
239 Really? The Claim: Honey Can Soothe a Burn
240 An Oldie Vies for Nutrient of the Decade
241 Scientists Finding Ways to Perfect a Cup of Joe, Without the Attitude
242 Support for a Theory as to Why Land Sinks Along the Gulf Coast
243 Stem Cell Therapy Controls Diabetes in Mice
244 Lacking Cure, a New Tack on a Muscle Disease
245 Good Question: Do Cellphones Affect Fertility?
246 Herbs, Hypnosis May Ease Common Bowel Pain
247 Justices Make It Tougher to Sue Medical Device Makers
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