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1 OS X costs twice as much?
2 Beleaguered Dell breaks customer's laptop, sends replacement full of pubes
3 RUMOR: Apple's next-gen iPhone to have GPS
4 Boston Globe: Apple's Time Capsule provides easy data backups for Mac users
5 Mossberg: Apple's Mac OS X Leopard faster, better, far less prone to malware than Windows Vista
6 Gartner: Microsoft's Windows collapsing under its own weight [cf. 174]
7 Apple iPhone's next killer apps: VoIP and videoconferencing
8 Controlling your Mac via email
9 Melting causes lake in Chile to empty
10 New NASA Spacecraft to Probe Moon Dust
11 Lungless frog could shed light on evolution: scientist
12 Australian PM won't let panda pen derail China trip
13 Groups seek sand dune lizard protection
14 Shock: First Animal on Earth Was Surprisingly Complex
15 German lawmakers ease limits on stem cell research
16 Why Beautiful Women Marry Less Attractive Men
17 Cat naps at US nuclear plant may catch hefty fine
18 Operation Beijing storm: rockets target rain
19 Yoga helps older women balance and stand taller
20 Soy compound linked to lower breast cancer risk
21 Drug protects mice, monkeys from radiation damage
22 Espionage Against Pro-Tibet Groups, Others, Spurred Microsoft Patches
23 NSFW Gallery: Sex Science From Da Vinci to MRIs
24 Talk Dirty, Descriptively in Porn for the Blind
25 Flickr Users Cry Mutiny Over New Video Feature
26 Muni Wireless Is Dead. Here Comes a New Way to Connect
27 The Latest Trend in Microcars Positions the Engine as Backseat Driver
28 Peraves' MonoTracer Is Barely a Motorcycle, But It's a Really Easy Ride
29 Feds Charge Porn Producer With Selling Adult Content to Adults
30 The 3-G iPhone: What To Expect
31 Industrial Control Systems Killed Once and Will Again, Experts Warn
32 Fat Lady Sings for a Geeky Time Traveler
33 British Airways Passenger Dies, Remorseful Airline Promptly Loses His Luggage
34 Making Gymnastics Safer for Kids
35 The Story of Barack Obama's Mother
36 Drug Seems to Counter Radiation
37 Seawater holds clues to ancient asteroid impacts
38 Bad teeth cost Britain $5.3 billion
39 Woman found living with rats and snakes
40 A Fuller Picture of Your Lungs
41 A Training Tool for Athletes
42 Targeted Delivery for Nanoparticles
43 Targeted Ads Designed for You
44 Nano Drugs to Starve Tumors
45 IBM's Faster, Denser Memory
46 Astronauts relish new Asian space food
47 New Rocky Planet Found In Constellation Leo
48 WiFi And GPS Combined Move Outdoor Audience Measurement Indoors
49 INRIX Launches Real-Time Traffic Alerts Across Whole US Interstate System
50 RIT Team Simulates First Merger Of Three Black Holes On A Supercomputer
51 Cargo Container Security: According to ABI Research, Its Not One Size Fits All
52 Raytheon Wins Contract For Radar-Jamming Variant Of It's Miniature Air Launched Decoy
53 Submarines Versus Aircraft Carriers Part Two
54 US Government Report Shows Decreased Costs For F-35 Program
55 EQ-36 Counterfire Target Acquisition Radar Undergoes Successful Testing
56 Safer, Easier System For Remote Explosive Detection
57 Cow Stomach Holds Key To Turning Corn Into Biofuel
58 Scientist Seeks Ways To Squeeze More Oil Out Of Existing Wells
59 The Palazzo Las Vegas Named Largest Green Building In The World
60 Absence Of Clouds Caused Pre-human Supergreenhouse Periods
61 The First Animal On Earth Was Significantly More Complex Than Previously Believed
62 Flowers' Fragrance Diminished By Air Pollution, Study Indicates
63 Massive Study Of Madagascar Wildlife Leads To New Conservation Roadmap
64 Carbon Nanotubes Made Into Conductive, Flexible 'Stained Glass'
65 How Strong Is That Hurricane? Just Listen
66 Future Of Solar-powered Houses Is Clear: New Windows Could Halve Carbon Emissions
67 Coldest Brown Dwarf Ever Observed: Closing The Gap Between Stars And Planets
68 NASA Spacecraft Images Mars Moon In Color And In 3D
69 New Rocky Planet Found In Constellation Leo
70 How Neural Sludge Accumulates In Alzheimer's Disease
71 Ancient DNA: Reconstruction Of The Biological History Of A Human Society
72 'Connecting The Dots' In Path That Leads To Fat
73 Nanotechnology In Environment: Citrate Appears To Control Buckyball Clumping But Environmental Concerns Remain
74 You Get What You Pay For With Online Q & A Sites, Study Shows
75 Cancer Stem Cells Created With New Technique
76 Diabetes Drug May Hold Potential As Treatment For Epilepsy, Using Same Mechanism As Ketogenic Diet
77 New Guidelines Issued For Treating Resistant Hypertension
78 Microwave Treatments For Enlarged Prostate Cause Blood Pressure Surges, Study Shows
79 How Proteins Control The Process When Bacteria Multiply: May Lead To New Antibiotics
80 Sydney Harbors Deadly Diet For Sea Creatures
81 Archaeologist Helps Community By Keeping African Artifacts In Africa
82 Evolution In The Classroom: 'Evolution Machine' Lets Students See It Happen
83 Expert Foresees 10 More Years Of Research & Development To Make Solar Energy Competitive
84 Spitzer Space Telescope sees shining stellar sphere
85 Nanotechnology could solve lithium battery charging problems
86 Popcorn-ball design doubles efficiency of dye-sensitised solar cells
87 Mosquito mating mechanism could lead to new attack on dengue and yellow fever
88 Phoenix Mars Lander fine tunes course for landing
89 Absence of clouds caused pre-human supergreenhouse periods
90 Researchers Move Closer To New Class of Memory
91 Dangerous Animal Virus on US Mainland?
92 Twin findings raise hopes of improved anemia treatments
93 Journey to the center of the earth: Discovery sheds light on mantle formation
94 Television on the Internet taking off for real
95 Phoenix Mars Lander Fine Tunes Course for May Landing
96 Melting Causes Lake in Chile to Empty
97 Scientists develop strategy to rapidly describe outbreak strains with next-generation DNA sequencing
98 Yahoo-Microsoft Battle Bolsters Google
99 Researchers find the ties that bind electrons in high-temperature superconductivity
100 Underwater microscope helps prevent shellfish poisoning along Gulf Coast of Texas
101 Russia Opens Monument to Space Dog Laika
102 Moondust in the Wind
103 Hubble Pinpoints Record-Breaking Explosion
104 Russia to call for extending ISS use
105 Scientists Predict More Floods, Droughts
106 Prawn sandwich destroys Philippines fish nurseries: expert
107 Flowers' fragrance diminished by air pollution, study indicates
108 NASA Sets Sights on Lunar Dust Exploration Mission
109 Hackers attack Tibetan govt-in-exile website: Tibetan official
110 Beyond chess: Deep green models rapid change for combat commanders
111 Tourist information wherever you are
112 One virtual step for man, one real leap for mankind
113 Cycling More Intelligently
114 Indonesia Ends Ban on YouTube Over Film
115 Israeli Army Puts Limits on Facebook
116 Microbes could be the key to coral death
117 Live-animal nerve regeneration study gets a boost
118 Free range 'no increased infection risk' for chickens
119 Not all smoke alarms created equal
120 Keep boys and girls together, research suggests
121 Elastic stresses influence formation of leaf veins
122 Groups Seek Sand Dune Lizard Protection
123 Can micro-scaffolding help stem cells rebuild the brain after stroke?
124 Personality study shows risk of first depression episode late in life
125 New procedure in diagnosing small bowel disorders proves efficient and effective
126 Slightly abnormal blood test may point to a 'silent' form of hepatitis B
127 Researchers Find New Treatment for Hepatitis C
128 Major surgery no longer needed for the removal of uterine fibroids
129 MRI 'best' for looking at breast cancer and more
130 MDCT accurate in detecting stenosis in calcified coronary artery plaque
131 With annual deaths from malaria on the rise: Scientists ask 'where is all the money going?'
132 Macadamia nuts can be included in heart healthy diet
133 A diagnosis of triple-negative breast cancer doesn't always mean cancer spread
134 New technique in treating patients with liver cancer proves effective
135 Stem cells and cancer: Scientists investigate a fine balancing act
136 Drug Companies to Reveal Grant Practices
137 Stem cells offer cartilage repair hope for arthritis sufferers
138 Does the internet really influence suicidal behavior?
139 Embryonic stem cells could help to overcome immune rejection problems
140 Can People Have Meat and a Planet, Too?
141 Sharp Curb on Salmon Season
142 A Textbook Case of Downplaying Global Warming?
143 Rethinking an Old Ailment: Enlarged Prostate
144 The volcano that changed the world
145 Grand Canyon's 55-million-year-old secret
146 Why is the universe's brightest blast still blazing? [cf. 160]
147 Ten weirdest computers
148 Is this the beginning of water wars?
149 Madagascan wildlife map reveals species hotspots
150 Controversial forensic DNA test gets the green light
151 Bacteria tails could protect against 'dirty' bomb
152 Coat of armour creates hardy 'super-cells'
153 How the placenta adapts to make mammals a success
154 Curious cloud formations linked to quakes
155 Ocean mud yields secrets of past Earth impacts
156 IBM creates working racetrack memory device
157 Merging bacteria species reverse evolution
158 Nanoscale freighter hauls its first load
159 Underwater Microscope Helps Prevent Shellfish Poisoning Along Gulf Coast of Texas
160 Hubble Pinpoints Record-breaking Explosion [cf. 146]
161 Black Gold Agriculture May Revolutionize Farming, Curb Global Warming
162 Blood Vessels: the Pied Piper for Growing Nerve Cells
163 Popcorn-Ball Design Doubles Efficiency of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
164 Popcorn-ball design doubles efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells
165 Sharing the Road
166 Massive Study of Madagascar Wildlife Released
167 Flowers' Fragrance Diminished by Air Pollution
168 Firing Photons Makes Advance in Space Communication
169 Hurricane Forecasters Adopt NCAR Radar Technique
170 Dr. Mom Was Right--and Wrong--About Washing Fruits and Vegetables
171 Researchers Discover Novel 'Gene Toggles' in World's Top Food Crop
172 New Studies Add Insights to Issue of Infant Feeding and Effects on Obesity
173 Found! 'Missing link' brown dwarf
174 Windows is 'collapsing,' Gartner analysts warn [cf. 6]