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1 Scientists Not Surprised at Midwest Quake
2 From Wii Fit to Wii Strip?
3 Battling Ethanol-Propelled Food Prices
4 Evolution: Now Showing at a Theater Near You
5 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
6 Facebook Asks Users to Translate New Versions for Free
7 Google sagging stock soars after strong 1Q showing
8 Anyone Out There? Maybe Not
9 NBC Universal, Ad Agency to Create Product-Centered Programs
10 March the Warmest on Record Over World Land Surfaces
11 Video Game Sales Soar 57 Percent in March, Led by Nintendo
12 Texting while driving? Time to unplug
13 Stem Cell Surgery for Vets Gets Federal Backing
14 Cheerleader Death Highlights Dangers of Sport
15 Debate Rages Over Plastic Bottle Chemical's Safety
16 Gesundheit? That's Hot
17 Kids' Book About Tummy Tucks, Nose Jobs
18 The Champion Who Almost Never Was
19 Study Says 300,000 U.S. Troops Suffer Mental Problems
20 The oldest Americans are also the happiest, research finds
21 Glacier lake vanishes into 'Niagra Falls'
22 Iraq war spurs effort to regrow lost limbs
23 Darwin's theory of evolution goes online
24 Flies get 'mind-control sex swap'
25 Dedicated satellite for Vietnam
26 Stars born in galactic wilderness
27 Birds 'can behave like soldiers'
28 Kew opens botanical art gallery
29 Soyuz spacecraft lands off-target
30 Recycling slum faces redevelopment
31 Action urged to keep net neutral
32 Paypal to block 'unsafe browsers'
33 May the force be with you
34 Life in London captured digitally
35 Innocent photographer or terrorist?
36 Breast checks 'benefit over-70s'
37 Innocent Man Free After 26 Years In Prison
38 Ground Zero Plans Found In Trash
39 Google tweaked search 450 times in 2007
40 UR-202 watch wound with compressed air
41 The Victorian-Era Supercomputer And The Genius Who Created It
42 Words matter
43 Watching Wolves, Moose--And Heat--On Michigan Island
44 Bad, Bad Idea: The Anti-Hijacking Safety Bracelet
45 Web Sites Going Back To The USSR
46 Passover Dinner To Remember
47 Men vs. Women: Whose Memory Is Worse?
48 Rare Liver Disease Kills 10 Afghans; Wheat Blamed
49 Is It Her Genes? Oldest Known Person Turns 115 On Sunday
50 Soyuz Ballistic Re-entry 300 Miles Off Course
51 Microsoft quietly offering ad-funded Works
52 Newspapers could learn from Psystar brouhaha
53 readers weigh in on Mac zealotry
54 Why Psystar will sink without a trace over the next few weeks
55 Mac Clone Maker Psystar Shuts Online Store Again
56 PsyStar pay processor alleges it was misled on clone sales
57 Psystar President Insists That He's Not Robbing You
58 Psystar mystery adds up to phishing scam
59 Apple updates Software Update for Windows, Safari optional
60 JFK And LAX Get Scanners That See Through Clothes
61 LAX will use body imaging scanning
62 New Body Scans at Airport Security See Through Clothes
63 Graphic scanners leave no bone unturned
64 LiveUniverse Acquires Personalized Homepage Provider Pageflakes
65 Personalized Homepage PageFlakes Bought by LiveUniverse
66 Lackluster iPhone sales in Europe
67 iPhones being sold at loss in Europe?
68 The iPhone in Europe: Lost in Translation
69 Ballmer: Vista--A Work In Progress, But Bigger Than XP
70 Ballmer: Microsoft 'Will Be Sensitive' To XP Users
71 IBM Acquires Storage De-Duplication Firm
72 ASUS Eee PC 900 Coming May 12 With $549 Price Tag
73 PayPal To Block Older IE, Firefox Browsers From Site
74 PayPal Plans to Block Safari and Old Browsers
75 PayPal may block Safari users
76 Ceramic, heal thyself
77 University of Arizona scientist shares in discovery of microbe filaments' power
78 Green Gel
79 Fox Chase researchers discover a method for clamping down on a cancer-promoting enzyme
80 Vitamin D and breast cancer risk
81 Solar flares set the Sun quaking
82 Breast cancers behave differently before and after the age of 70
83 New type of drug shrinks primary breast cancer tumors significantly in just 6 weeks
84 New chemotherapy combo produces side effects, but no extra efficacy, in early breast cancer patients
85 Breakthrough in nanotechnology by uncovering conductive property of carbon-based molecules
86 Duke scientists deconstruct process of bacterial division
87 High anxiety?
88 Major discovery in the treatment of aortic valve stenosis
89 Three Patients, Age 14, 28 and 72, Receive Heart Valve Replacements without Surgery Using High Tech Investigational Device
90 Female mice can identify inbred males by their scent
91 Millions of euros could be saved if breast cancer follow-ups were led by specialist nurses
92 Report describes first targeted therapy to produce remission of metastatic melanoma
93 Advanced MRI Studies Provide New Insight on Early Parkinson's Disease
94 Mature B cells reprogrammed to stem-cell-like state
95 Is E-communication key to homeworker job satisfaction and promotion?
96 Rice and UT-Houston join DOD push for regenerative medicine
97 Aerodynamic trailer cuts fuel and emissions by up to 15%
98 RIT Study: Sign Language Interpreters at High Ergonomic Risk
99 New strategies against bird flu
100 Paranal Receives New Mirror
101 Scientists obtain anticancer medicines from the elecampe, a wild plant growing in the Mediterranean
102 Graphene used to create world's smallest transistor
103 Tiny magnets offer breakthrough in gene therapy for cancer
104 Self-repairing materials
105 Fuzzy logic water quality
106 Researchers map the math in music
107 Historic Soviet nuclear test site offers insights for today's nuclear monitoring
108 Captive Tigers Harbor Rare "Purebred" Genes
109 Pope's Views on Science Invoke Spirited Debate
110 Sleeping Black Hole Briefly Awoke in 1700s
111 Komodo Dragon's Bite Is "Weaker Than a House Cat's"
112 Polar Bear Decision Delay Meant to Protect Oil Leases?
113 Cougar Shot in Chicago; Was 1,000 Miles From Home?
114 Pharaoh Seti I's Tomb Bigger Than Thought
115 PayPal won't block Safari
116 PsyStar: 'We're moving'
117 PsyStar: One red flag after another
118 Report: Next-gen Apple iPhone to be 'radically different,' Apple may forego exclusive carrier deals
119 PayPal: We won't block Safari users
120 Samsung files touch-free patent to control phones
121 Apple's Mac OS X adoption in business tripled in 2007 (but Apple could be doing even better)
122 Mac shipments to NYC Schools delayed over WiFi issue
123 PC Magazine debates the pros and cons of Apple's iPhone
124 Apple Macs run Windows Vista less awfully than PCs