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1 In-depth look at Apple's new 45nm Penryn-powered MacBook and MacBook Pro
2 ChangeWave survey shows Apple iPhone making business inroads; RIM, Palm drop in satisfaction ratings
3 Microsoft discounts Windows Vista
4 Yankee Group's Howe: The Apple iPhone phenomenon has just gotten started
5 O2 Ireland CEO calls iPhone customers 'freaks'
6 Apple jobs: carbon composites, iPhone cameras, MacBook design
7 Apple game rentals; Safari anti-phishing; Blu-ray notebook drives
8 Apple to serve as regulator for iPhone app distribution
9 Report: 40 percent of holiday iPod sales went to first-time buyers
10 3G iPhone to launch mid-year with Infineon chip--report
11 Is Apple crippling third-party apps?
12 Is AT&T toast?
13 On a 'phishing' Safari
14 Firefox 3: Big JavaScript boost
15 MacBook: Cheaper than Dell
16 Even Microsoft's top execs 'burned' by Vista problems
17 Blu-ray MacBook? First Apple must tackle HD format's power-hungry ways
18 Apple iPhone hack adds vibration feedback for virtual key presses
19 UBS: Apple's 3G iPhone to launch by mid-year, include Infineon chip
20 Celebrity Mac Chick sighting: Lindsay Lohan
21 Curved iMac concept--would you like some WTF with that?
22 Show your iPhone a good time with iNdependence v1.4
23 IntelliSchool Free is released--Free open source school database system
24 Source: Apple may not restrict free iPhone apps
25 Apple, Dell planning new Blu-ray notebooks?
26 Freeloader charges iPod, others, through solar power
27 Experts Reconstruct Bach's Face
28 India to Spend $13.15M to Protect Tigers
29 Experts: Whale Died of Heart Failure
30 Venezuelan Expedition Reaches Antarctica
31 Microsoft Drops Windows Vista Prices
32 Fossil of Giant 'Sea Monster' Found
33 Five Flash Games to Waste Away the Afternoon
34 Love To Talk Jawbone headsets make your other ear jealous
35 Physics lab completes world's largest jigsaw puzzle
36 Remote Canada town a hub for Northern Lights seekers
37 Trawl of two groups' genes shows differences
38 Bats use same flying trick as insects: study
39 CT scans lower risk of unnecessary appendix surgery
40 Caught on tape: Rat videos reveal whisker secrets
41 Feeling blue? Not like a Maya sacrificial victim
42 Fashion counted for some Vikings, researcher says
43 Robot as good as real dog at easing lonely hours
44 Indonesia pledges new cash as mud engulfs more land
45 Audits Sting Hospitals, Physicians
46 Sleeplessness a Nightmare for Many
47 CDC to Destroy Oldest Smallpox Vaccine
48 Study: Spanking Can Bring Problems Later
49 Recall Made After Pills Reported in Fish
50 FDA: Don't Swallow Inhaler Capsules
51 Soccer Fans Should Beware of Measles
52 Crowded Cribs Linked to Baby Deaths
53 City of David Dig Reveals Information on Ancient Postal System
54 Special Report: Has James Cameron Found Jesus's Tomb or Is It Just a Statistical Error?
55 Q&A With the Statistician Who Calculated the Odds That This Tomb Belonged to Jesus
56 Battle of Fallen Timbers
57 Indecipherable Ancient Books Found in Chongqing
58 Great white 'ate anti-shark device'
59 Roots 'feel' way through soil
60 Tiny organisms bind rain and snow
61 Virgin's biofuel demo more than a stunt
62 Fossil brings sea monster to light
63 Seed vault built on bizarre vision
64 Whiskers help rats see in the dark
65 Fishy signs we fail to fathom
66 Groundwater from hell
67 Vault critical for Australia's grain industry
68 New species of fish discovered
69 G doesn't always mark the spot
70 Milky Way just got the supersize
71 China employs fish to clean up lake
72 DNA reveals Aboriginal exodus
73 $31 million worth of lost valuables on the TSA's watch
74 Secret museum on the moon's surface
75 TED 2008: Crow vending machine maker Joshua Klein
76 TED 2008: Paul Stamets on how mushrooms can help the world
77 TED 2008: Robert Ballard on exploring the ocean
78 TED 2008: Brian Cox of Large Hadron Collider at CERN
79 TED 2008: Todd Machover [music has a special power in our lives]
80 TED 2008--author Amy Tan
81 TED 2008: Robert Lang, origami expert
82 TED 2008: designer Yves Behar
83 TED 2008: John Knoll on movie visual effects
84 Snow-causing bacteria
85 Difficult teens have different brain structures
86 Earth-sized planet predicted beyond Pluto
87 Automated killer robots: threat to humanity
88 Rain, snow forms with aid of living organisms
89 NASA unveils new lunar map
90 On the horizon: News from the frontiers of science [Rats' drastic effects on islands, et al.]
91 'Cloning' comes to trees in new preservation push
92 San Francisco weighs green-building law
93 The 5 Most Environmentally Friendly Presidents in U.S. History
94 British scientists create 'revolutionary' drug that prevents breast cancer developing
95 A "Reset Button" for the Brain Could Cure Alzheimers
96 Researchers discover gene that blocks HIV
97 Mathematical art
98 The Remarkable Pneumatic People-Mover
99 Life Without the Moon
100 How many things can you plug into an electrical outlet before it catches fire?
101 What is Ricin?
102 Does absinthe really cause hallucinations?
103 AMANDA's First Six Years
104 Steps towards warship invisibility
105 Prolific Spammer's Conviction Upheld
106 Tuatara evolving faster than any other species
107 New Method for Creating Tough Metallic Glass Composites
108 Standardized battery wants to appeal to all gadgets
109 Biomagnetics developed for use in new breast cancer tests
110 SSRL Beamline 13 Achieves First Light
111 Researcher: Wild California just a memory
112 China plans first spacewalk in 2008
113 Navy Sonar Restricted Off Hawaii Coast
114 Plant growth experiment starts in Columbus
115 Liquid water found flowing on Mars? Not yet
116 Rock studies help crack questions of glacier thinning in West Antarctica
117 Ancient Lebanese city chokes under rubbish dump
118 Judge Allows Wikileaks Site to Re-Open
119 Paramount to End HD DVD Releases
120 Europe's GEANT computer network extends its reach
121 Dutch University Tests Windmill for Seawater Desalination
122 S Korean scientist caught faking breathrough research
123 Computer simulations point to key molecular basis of cystic fibrosis
124 Brown mathematicians prove new way to build a better estimate
125 US Upholds Key Stem Cell Patent
126 CDC to Destroy Oldest Smallpox Vaccine
127 Many Children Hurt by Wis. Pool Chlorine
128 Study: Spanking Can Bring Problems Later
129 Increased allergen levels in homes linked to asthma
130 Recall Made After Pills Reported in Fish
131 Novel mechanism found that may boost impaired function of leukemia protein
132 FDA: Don't Swallow Inhaler Capsules
133 Study shows 1 in 3 women has pelvic floor disorder
134 Of mice and men...and kidney stones
135 Australian scientists in Lou Gehrig's disease breakthrough
136 Engineering The World's Fastest Swimsuit
137 Increased Hurricane Losses Due To More People, Wealth Along Coastlines, Not Stronger Storms
138 Enormous Jurassic Sea Predator, Pliosaur, Discovered In Norway
139 Chimps May Have A 'Language-ready' Brain
140 Key To Life Before Its Origin On Earth May Have Been Discovered
141 Graphite Whiskers, Rather Than Dark Energy, Could Explain Dimness Of Stellar Explosions
142 Blocking Protein Kills Prostate Cancer Cells, Inhibits Tumor Growth, Study Find
143 Does Gingko Biloba Affect Memory?
144 Clues To How Plants Form Cell Walls Could Aid Biofuels, Nanotech
145 Maternal Love: How A Mother's Brain Responds To Her Infant
146 Degenerative Eye Disease More Than Doubles Heart Attack And Stroke Risk
147 Family Of Liver Cancer Genes Discovered
148 Farmed Fish Fed Cheap Food May Be Less Nutritious For Humans
149 New Vaccine Technology Decreases E. Coli In Beef Cattle
150 New Theory For Dogfish And Skate Population Outburst, Off New England Shore, US
151 NASA's Newest Concept Vehicles Take Off-Roading Out Of This World
152 Hydrogen Gas Fueled Vehicles A Step Closer, With New Insights Into Hydrogen Storage
153 Teenage Hacker Is Blind, Brash and in the Crosshairs of the FBI
154 Airborne Bacteria Make It Rain, Researchers Find
155 Study Finds Dogs, Robots Cheer Elderly
156 Giugiaro Builds the World's Ugliest Prius, But Boy Is It Quick
157 Judge Backtracks: WikiLeaks Resumes U.S. Operations
158 Prolific Spammer's Conviction Upheld
159 California Snags Another Half Billion for Stem Cell Labs
160 India to spend $13.15M to protect tigers
161 Australia to propose closing 'scientific' whaling loophole
162 S Korean scientist caught faking breathrough research
163 U.Va. research: Snake phobia hardwired
164 NASA Baffled by Unexplained Force Acting on Space Probes
165 Carb Intake, Obesity Tied to Rise in Esophageal Cancers
166 Cultural practices buttress Sierra Leone poverty: U.N.
167 ADHD Drugs Won't Raise Risk of Substance Abuse
168 Study finds dogs, robots cheer elderly
169 Chemo Break Benefits Some Men With Prostate Cancer
170 Feeling tired? Exercise a little
171 Drinking makes heart grow more sorrowful, study finds
172 CDC to destroy oldest smallpox vaccine