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1 Review: Part I: MacBook (Early 2008)
2 Piper: iPhone plans increasing confidence
3 Apple wins eight iF design awards at CeBIT
4 Editorial--Apple iPhone Naysayers Seek Irrational Refuge
5 iPhone is Ready for Enterprise, but Maybe not Vice Versa
6 iPhone SDK Limitations: Multitasking, Java, Emulators
7 Sun Bringing Java to iPhone
8 Penryn iMac and Mac Mini Updates Soon?
9 Mac v. PC
10 America's Most Admired Companies: Steve Jobs speaks out
11 Apple Faces Challenges In Driving iPhone Adoption By Business
12 The Mac Guy: Word processing programs
13 First Impressions: Apple Time Capsule
14 How To Make The Most Of Your Mac's Mouse
15 Sun working on Java for the iPhone
16 ViDock Gfx brings multiple external monitors to MacBook Pro
17 Apple to allow VoIP on iPhone
18 How a MacBook Air baffled airport security
19 TypePad talks iPhone app
20 Ballmer answers iPhone SDK questions, revisits Monkey Boy dance
21 Astronomers Capture Rare Video Of Meteor Falling To Earth; Hunt For Meteorite
22 Your Brain On Krispy Kremes: How Hunger Motivates
23 Can Moths Or Butterflies Remember What They Learned As Caterpillars?
24 TV Scheduling In America Has Overshadowed Natural Circadian Rhythms
25 NASA Probe Finds Sea Of Cosmic Neutrinos, New Evidence Of Early Universe
26 Invisibility Cloak: New Technique To Control Nanoparticles
27 Alpha Centauri Should Harbor Detectable, Earth-like Planets
28 Controlling Most Atoms Now Possible
29 Ringed Moon Circles Ringed Planet: Saturn's Moon Rhea Also May Have Rings
30 Mysterious Eel Fishery Decline Blamed On Changing Ocean Conditions
31 How Deadly Food Poisoning And Bioterrorism Toxins Can Be Tamed
32 More Than Meets The Ear In Successful Cocktail Party Conversations
33 Antarctic Fish Species Adopts Winter Survival Strategy Similar To Hibernation
34 Profound Impact Of Our Unconscious On Reaching Goals Revealed
35 When It Comes To Emotions, Eastern And Western Cultures See Things Very Differently
36 More U.S. Teeth Susceptible To Silent Enamel-eating Syndrome
37 Conditional Model of Parkinson's Disease Developed
38 Topsy-Turvy World Of Daylight-Saving Time Returns
39 New Mouse Model Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Created And Successfully Treated
40 Tiny Polyps Need Two Kinds Of Carbon To Survive Coral Bleaching
41 Evidence Of Commerce Between Ancient Israel And China
42 Newly Identified Eye Disease In Dogs Can Be Easily Treated
43 Astronomers Hail First Celestial Views With Twin Giant Mirrors
44 Weaknesses In Structures--From Massive Bridges To Nanotechnology--Identified With New Gadget
45 Nano-rings Made of Double-Stranded DNA, With Little Gaps For New Molecules
46 Unique Locks On Microchips Could Reduce Hardware Piracy
47 Emotional Intelligence Developed For Computerized Tutors
48 Gravity Helps Astronomers See the Unseen
49 San Francisco Zoo Welcomes New Tiger Cub
50 Elusive Bird Seen Near Papua New Guinea
51 Huge space truck races into orbit
52 Tentative steps to whaling peace
53 Probiotic hope for kidney stones
54 Alcohol 'quickly' cuts heart risk
55 US drinkers upstage smoking ban
56 'Trust your parental instinct'
57 After 160 years, a wild gray wolf turns up in Mass.
58 Cultural insights: Brain scans support surprising differences in perception between Westerners and Asians
59 Journey to the New World
60 Astronaut Calls NASA Robot A "Monster"
61 Early Onset Alzheimer's On The Rise
62 Rocket Launches From French Guiana
63 Nissan Goes Green In New US Headquarters
64 San Francisco Zoo Welcomes Tiger Cub
65 Elusive Bird Seen Near Papua New Guinea
66 Endeavour ready for launch early Tuesday
67 Endeavour's fuel cells loaded as countdown proceeds
68 European Space Agency Launches New Orbital Supply Ship
69 Apple kill third-party background processes on iPhone
70 Geek Love
71 U.S. Shifts To Summer Time--Good Or Bad?
72 Time change questions and answers
73 Daylight-saving not good for cows
74 Novell's De Icaza Not Happy About Partnership With Microsoft
75 Novell Exec Gripes About Patent Deal with Microsoft
76 Novell Exec Slams Deal With Microsoft
77 T-Mobile's owner might consider buying Sprint, say analysts
78 Blood-thinner's contamination raises inspection, safety issues
79 Ex-reporter hit with fines in anthrax dispute
80 Judge holds reporter in contempt over sources for anthrax stories
81 Anthrax reporter held in contempt
82 Fossil Hunt Finds Warning for Warming Earth
83 Greener Cell Power Presents Challenges
84 Extended Daylight Saving Time Not an Energy Saver?
85 Costa Rica Aims to Be 1st Carbon-Neutral Country
86 Japan Denies Shooting Anti-Whaling Activist
87 Radiation exposure linked to heart disease
88 Whistle-blowing website is back in action
89 Controversial nuclear club takes shape
90 Ancient star may prove supernova-cosmic ray link
91 Biofuel blends not as green as they seem
92 Reusable Material May Facilitate Carbon Dioxide Capture
93 Researchers Control Growth Rate of Replacement Blood Vessels, Tissues
94 Quasicrystal Mystery Unraveled with Computer Simulation
95 Paradoxical Alzheimer's Finding May Shed New Light on Memory Loss
96 Move Over Galileo, It's Science 2.0
97 Rock: Electrons Run Through It
98 Gauging Age of Universe Becomes More Precise
99 Shuttle Is Set for an 'Exciting Mission'
100 Global-Warming Payola?
101 Fun With Mirrors and Dust--a Climate Fix?
102 Birder of Paradise
103 Hormones, Genes and the Corner Office
104 Brain Enhancement Is Wrong, Right?
105 Maternal Instinct Is Wired Into the Brain
106 Tracking Cellphone Driving Laws
107 Rift Over AIDS Treatment Lingers in South Africa
108 Silicon Light Bulbs to Compete with Fluorescent Bulbs
109 Orbiter discovers a possibly once-habitable ancient Mars lake
110 Laser remote makes watching TV even lazier
111 Researchers engineer new polymers to change their stiffness, strength when exposed to liquids
112 Elusive Bird Seen Near Papua New Guinea
113 Black Holes Made of Light
114 WMAP reveals neutrinos, end of dark ages, first second of universe
115 Quantum Dots May Lead to Rainbow Solar Cell
116 IBM researchers quell nanoscale interference
117 On a 'roll': Researchers devise new cell-sorting system
118 Assembly technique for tiny wires may help detect cancer, other diseases
119 Fluorescent organic nanoparticles help illuminate cellular proteins
120 Physicists Transcribe Entanglement into and out of a Quantum Memory
121 Astronauts Will Assemble Robot in Space
122 Nearby star should harbor detectable, Earth-like planets
123 Canadian astronomers on hunt for meteor
124 Seeing through the dark
125 Drought-hit Cyprus seeks water from Lebanon
126 This is not a drill: The earth actually is moving beneath western Washington
127 Stratospheric ozone chemistry plays an important role for atmospheric airflow patterns
128 Apple Tweaks iPhone for Business Uses
129 Review: Stylish Unit Turns Vinyl Digital
130 Electronic pen first to upload handwriting from plain paper
131 Wireless networks that build themselves
132 Web of entities: prepare to 'Okkamise'!
133 Archaeologists Unveil Finds in Rome Digs
134 Language of a fly proves surprising
135 Theory explains why 25 percent of cultures cut male genitals
136 Low-cost reusable material could facilitate capture of carbon dioxide from power plants
137 White Killer Whale Spotted Off Alaska
138 Wandering albatrosses follow their nose
139 'Horrible' American dinosaur for sale in French auction
140 Researchers see history of life in the structure of transfer RNA
141 New study reveals profound impact of our unconscious on reaching goals
142 Typical North American diet is deficient in omega-3 fatty acids
143 Bullying more harmful than sexual harassment on the job, say researchers
144 Moderate alcohol consumption in middle age can lower cardiac risk
145 Researchers identify colorectal cancer gene
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