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1 New camera pushes limits of digital photography
2 What You Don't Know About Living in Space
3 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
4 Hackers Hit Harvard
5 Microsoft and Yahoo Met to Discuss Merger: Report
6 February Video Game Sales Up 34 Percent
7 Obama's Pet Projects: Lasers, Hybrid Hummers
8 Some Viruses Come Pre-Installed
9 Grand Canyon Flood Created New Sandbars
10 Silicon Insider: Will Hulu Replace YouTube?
11 Software "hiccup" undermines trip past Saturn moon
12 Verizon Gets Cozy With P2P File-Sharers
13 DEET Works by Masking Body Odor From Bugs
14 Alligators Move Lungs to Dive, Roll in Water
15 Artist: 'I Use My Skin as a Canvas'
16 Exercise Is Good Food for Your Mood
17 Overweight Women Have Worse Breast Cancer: Study
18 Report: Woman, Cat Shared Staph Bug
19 Lubbock Ranks Last in Bad Teeth Study
20 Candy Cure: Lollipop Claims to Fight Cavities
21 Children Unable to Speak
22 Heritage computers facing scrap heap
23 DEET messes with mosquito 'nose'
24 Royal jelly triggers queen genes
25 Europe develops Moon rover plan
26 Space truck does emergency drill
27 Property plan's 'low carbon' goal
28 Antarctica's unique space rocks
29 Bear convicted for theft of honey
30 What can Blair's climate trip achieve?
31 3.14 and the rest
32 Manhunt 2 wins battle for release
33 Yahoo makes semantic search shift
34 BBC releases fix for iPlayer hack
35 Beyond the keyboard and mouse
36 Speech recognition moves to text
37 Sinus bug antibiotics 'no good'
38 Heart defect ignored for 23 years
39 UK team in bacteria breakthrough
40 'Expatriates' from physics careers find funding, fulfillment in medicine
41 Paper or plastic?
42 Grand Canyon Flood Shows Signs Of Success
43 Ancient Inca Temple Ruins Revealed
44 Shuttle Astronauts Begin Robot Assembly
45 Why DEET Bugs Mosquitoes
46 Mac Pro...Mini?
47 *THE* classic Unix horror story
48 A hardcore Windows guy gets a Mac
49 Tweens Favor Inhalants To Get High
50 Lubbock Ranks Last In Bad Teeth Study
51 Trans Fat Banned In Boston Restaurants
52 Inside The Emperors Club
53 Charges Urged In Kansas Toilet Case
54 Cops: Dad Forced Daughter To Kill Pet Cat
55 Will Scandal Give Call Girl Her Big Break?
56 Hope Springs From A Deadly Medical Mistake
57 U.S. Defense Dept: Top Terrorist Nabbed
58 Why Microsoft should be worried about new NPD sales figures
59 Nervous: Microsoft says console sales only part of the equation
60 Console Race: Another Lap For Sony
61 No Blu-ray player coming to the Xbox 360
62 Astronauts in seven-hour ISS construction session
63 Astronauts Install Japanese Room, Assemble Robot in Space
64 Verizon Embraces P2P To Speed Video Delivery
65 Verizon Gets Cozy With P2P File-Sharers
66 Verizon Buys Into P2P Tech, and Improves It
67 Cassini Geyser-Tasting a Bust
68 Cassini's Cosmic Dust Analyzer Stumbled On Software Problems
69 Craft Flies Through Saturn Moon's Plumes
70 First images from Saturn moon close encounter
71 Cassini Gets a Cool Shower From an Ice-Spewing Moon
72 Gates Pushes Education, H-1Bs to Halt U.S. Brain Drain
73 Bill Gates Wants More Highly Skilled Immigrants
74 Gates, Mundie: Congress must make trade-offs to propel tech's future
75 Microsoft making "special exceptions" to XBLA file size cap
76 Apple cracks open the iPhone
77 Apple Denying iPhone Developers In Droves
78 iPhone vs. gPhone [et al.]
79 Apple rejecting large numbers of iPhone SDK applicants
80 Apple to iPhone App Store applicants: Just hang tight
81 iPhone SDK already with 100k downloads, 1 hack
82 Apple's WWDC Announced
83 Questions for Jean-Paul Colaco, Hulu's SVP of Advertising
84 Google adds a new layer of security to Google Apps
85 Google Apps: Appealing to Businesses
86 Wii No. 1 on Japan retail charts
87 Multiple Franchises in a Wii Free-for-All
88 Gibson Says it Holds a Patent for Guitar Hero
89 Gibson Claims Activision Violated Patent
90 Apple sued over iPod and iTunes technology, again
91 DEET Or How To Become Invisible To Bugs
92 YouTube's expanded API not for everybody
93 Breast cancer more aggressive among obese women
94 Obesity Linked to Poor Prognosis for Some Breast Cancer Patients
95 Education Linked To Longevity
96 Does More Education Mean A Longer Life?
97 Life Expectancy Tied to Education
98 Level of Education Linked To Life Expectancy
99 Turtle nesting threatened by logging practices in Gabon, Smithsonian warns
100 Systems biology approach identifies nutrient regulation of biological clock in plants
101 Gene Variant Increases Breast Cancer Risk
102 UCR-led research team uses tiny wasp to wipe out major agricultural pest in Tahiti
103 New chemical can kill latent tuberculosis bacteria
104 Earth from Space: Splitting iceberg
105 Genes that protect against atherosclerosis identified
106 Soy compound may halt spread of prostate cancer
107 Research with squirrels provides clues on hormone's role in human learning
108 Low exposure to asbestos-like mineral from Montana vermiculite may up lung disease risk
109 Scientists discover how TB 'develops invincibility' against only available treatment
110 Pain-free childbirth? Get real!
111 Pinpointing when you become a man
112 Crop scientists discover gene that controls fruit shape
113 Reptiles' muscles move lungs for sneaky maneuvers in water
114 Sand dollar larvae use cloning to 'make change,' confound predators
115 New research provides dynamic visualization of simplest circadian clock
116 Researchers use light to detect Alzheimer's
117 UNC, Harvard develop inhaled TB vaccine
118 Mars Express reveals the Red Planet's volcanic past
119 Breast cancer more aggressive among obese women
120 Potential Alzheimer's disease drug target identified by UC San Diego researcher
121 Pain Receptor in Brain May Be Linked to Learning and Memory
122 A sub-femtosecond stop watch for 'photon finish' races
123 The puzzling 'eye of a hurricane' on Venus
124 Carbon nanotubes outperform copper nanowires as interconnects
125 Compound removes radioactive material from power plant waste
126 Wendelstein 7-X reaches first milestone
127 Mini-Donut Catches Chloride Ions
128 Physicists discover how fundamental particles lose track of quantum mechanical properties
129 Copolymers block out new approaches to microelectronics at NIST
130 Growing old together: Yeast, worms and people may age by similar mechanisms
131 Penn Researchers Identify First Sex Chromosome Gene Involved in Meiosis and Male Infertility
132 Adolescent Girls with ADHD Are at Increased Risk for Eating Disorders, Study Shows
133 Body Mass Index may serve as prognostic tool for advanced, aggressive breast cancers
134 The ABCs of childhood z's: Snoring may be chronic despite surgery
135 Legal exposure to asbestos-like material linked to lung damage 25 years later
136 Minority, low-income diabetics least likely to monitor their blood glucose
137 Overweight, obese women improve quality of life with 10 to 30 minutes of exercise
138 Human Proteinpedia, a portal to share human protein data among the scientific community
139 Bioinformatics technology developed at Argonne provides new insight into microbial activities
140 Jules Verne demonstrates flawless Collision Avoidance Manoeuvre
141 Could a mathematical model predict the demise of a business?
142 The Lancet publishes first clinical trial data of a fully bioabsorbable drug eluting stent
143 Ultra-fast, ultra-intense laser has clean-cut advantage
144 21st Century grand engineering challenges unveiled
145 Meteorites are rich in the building blocks of life, claims new research
146 Promote green buildings for biggest, easiest cuts in North American CO2 emissions: CEC report
147 Granny Says Life Evolved Between the Mica Sheets
148 Women Are Bound to Get AIDS
149 Some Viruses Come Pre-Installed
150 Mother Nature And The Evolutionary Mandate
151 Scientists Close In On The 50 Year Mystery Of DEET
152 How science really works
153 Geek Logik: How Many Hours Of Sports Can You Watch Without Her Getting Angry?
154 Ten Key Science Questions For The 21st Century
155 Do you understand evolutionary trees? (Part One)
156 Do you understand evolutionary trees? (Part Two)
157 Ancient Brain Surgery
158 World's Smallest Diamond Ring Created
159 Climate Change Takes Bloom Off Wildflowers
160 Night lights for millions
161 Bird uses 'whiskers' like a cat
162 Iran's firewalls tightened ahead of election
163 Long-lived grannies may have fewer grandchildren
164 Cassini probe failed to 'taste' moon's geysers in flyby
165 Trapped spheres of water make perfect protein prison
166 NASA's shrinking science budget worries lawmakers
167 GSK escapes prosecution over drug trial data
168 Hardy Earth bacteria can grow in lunar soil
169 Story Ideas from the Journal of Lipid Research
170 Researchers Recognized for Top-Cited Scientific Article
171 Coyotes Make Themselves at Home in Eastern U.S.
172 Researchers Discover Two Proteins that Regulate Potassium in Stem Cells
173 Driving Simulator Opens for Business
174 Vanishing Honeybees Continue to Trouble Virginia
175 Biowatch Indoor Reachback Center Contributing to Department of Homeland Security Effort
176 World Water Day Calls Attention to Water Scarcity, Ways to Conserve
177 Squirrels Provide Clues on Hormone's Role in Human Learning
178 Marine Scientist's Work to Aid Shrimpers Draws International Honor, Commercial Interest
179 Apple leaves would-be iPhone developers hanging for the moment
180 Report: DVR could turn Apple TV into multi-billion dollar business
181 Apple's iPhone goes on sale in Austria, Ireland
182 Six Macs for under a grand
183 Behind Google's FUD campaign against Apple iPhone
184 Cringely: Why Apple CEO Steve Jobs is holding back Blu-ray from Macs
185 Kleiner Perkins' John Doerr: Apple's iPhone is bigger than the PC
186 Analyst checks show Apple Mac enterprise growth; usage could increase 2x-3x over next 2 years
187 Computerworld: Apple iPhone is breathtakingly ahead of its time
188 Analyst Wu predicts 3G Apple TV with DVR, Blu-ray
189 Less than 1% of Video iPods shipped during one month in 2006 had Windows virus
190 Iowa school district to roll out Apple MacBooks in eight different grade levels