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1 China, Russia "improving," but still top piracy watch list
2 Who should pay? BBC, UK ISPs argue over iPlayer traffic
3 Nintendo earnings reveal an unstoppable gaming juggernaut
4 Study: 70 percent say Red Hat more secure than Windows
5 Toshiba: Demand for solid-state drives to skyrocket by 2011
6 Negroponte, developers at odds over future of OLPC platform
7 KQED "Quest": SF PBS station visits world's biggest laser, finds nothing but fusion energy enthusiasm
8 NYTimes, Casper Star-Tribune: Two tales of coal's immense allure
9 On the Energy Trail: Berkeley Researchers Find New Details Following the Path of Solar Energy During Photosynthesis
10 Don't buy a house too close to the beach, experts warn
11 Emperor Nero's gate discovered in Cologne
12 World could lose antibiotics with disappearing amphibians
13 Small islands renew call for protection against climate change
14 Letter from China: Crazy English
15 Learnin' Bout the Birds and the Tyrannosaurs
16 An Endangered Human Species
17 Bikers in Europe Get Some TLC
18 Bypass Surgery Improved by a Robot
19 North Pole Could Be Ice Free in 2008
20 Auto Mechanics Fight for 'Right to Repair'
21 Narwhals more at risk to Arctic warming than polar bears
22 Can the Earth Provide Enough Food for 9 Billion People?
23 Docs Fear Deadly Combo of Flu, MRSA
24 Taking Probiotics Could Prevent Allergies
25 Europe launches sat-nav tester
26 New Zealand squid thaw put on ice
27 The mobile future is calling
28 Punjab reaps a poisoned harvest
29 Hackers warn high street chains
30 Web 2.0 debates internet's future
31 Austrian mayor wages war on mobiles
32 UK c.diff deaths 'rising sharply'
33 India warned over heart disease
34 'Missed disease put me at risk'
35 Digitizing Books For Google: No Quick Task
36 Big Media Continues to Fight Against Net Neutrality
37 Dell to Sell XP after June 30, Microsoft to Pretend They're Selling Vista to Save Face
38 TIPA Photography Award Winners Announced: Nikon Goes Away Happy
39 Hackers Focus Efforts on Firefox, Safari
40 Experts See Impact Of Museums In Science Education Efforts
41 The Most Deadly Forms Of Melanoma
42 Eye Surgery Patients Describe Woes To Feds
43 Woman Pounds The Drums For A Cystic Fibrosis Cure
44 BlackBerry's Quest: Fend Off the iPhone
45 Is AT&T Sitting On The 3G BlackBerry Launch?
46 Geoengineered cooling of planet would have 'perilous effects'
47 'LOL' Slips Into Homework But Formal Writing Still Valued
48 Teenagers Incorporate Informal Writing Into Everyday Assignments
49 Two faulty descents plague astronauts' only ride home
50 Apple gets into mine-sweeping, missiles and storage
51 Qwest Offers Speedy Internet Services
52 Qwest introduces 20 megabit DSL in some areas
53 Mexican officials nabs BlackBerries
54 BlackBerrys Gone Missing During High-Level Meeting
55 White House Staffers' BlackBerrys Stolen Five-Finger-Discount Style
56 FDA reviewing plastic ingredient BPA
57 Regulation of chemical in plastics probed
58 Congress Examines Role Of Industry In FDA Regulations On Chemical In Plastic
59 Lip Balms and Glosses May Boost Skin Cancer Risks
60 Shiny Lip Glosses Increase Cancer Risk
61 Shiny Lip Balm, Gloss Attracts Sun, Increases Skin Cancer Risk
62 Experts see boost to genetic testing from US bill
63 Studies on Chemical In Plastics Questioned
64 Possible Viral Links to Lung Cancer Risk Uncovered
65 Viruses May Increase Lung Cancer Risk
66 Viruses may raise the risk of lung cancer
67 Common viruses may contribute to lung cancer development
68 Vaccine May Treat Lung Cancer
69 Epigenetic research uncovers new targets for modification enzymes
70 Looking at neurons from all sides
71 Carnegie Mellon researchers urge development of low carbon electricity
72 Bypassing the insulin highway
73 Opening a channel for salt retention
74 Study finds that minimally invasive robotic bypass surgery provides health and economic benefits
75 Study shows false memories complicate end-of-life treatment decisions
76 Behind the Scenes: How to Capture Yellow Jackets (and Not Get Stung)
77 Lazy Lizards Run, Don't Walk
78 Gunk in T. Rex Fossil Confirms Dino-Bird Lineage
79 U.S. Baby Meets 'Robot' Dad in Iraq
80 Caretakers Learn Lifestyle of Texas Sect Children
81 4.7 Quake Rocks Reno
82 Hot New Vacation Destination: Animal Rescue Shelters
83 Afghanistan Heroes Offer to Colonize Moon, Mars and Beyond
84 Dead Hawk's Last Meal Claws Partway Out
85 Blind mice see the light
86 Protein test predicts invasive breast cancer
87 How an email address can reveal your character
88 'Ballistic re-entry' raises questions over Soyuz safety
89 Looking at neurons from all sides
90 Epigenetic research uncovers new targets for modification enzymes
91 Reno urged to prepare for worse as earthquakes continue
92 EU's GPS satellite in orbit
93 Medical marijuana patients face transplant hurdles
94 New Properties Discovered for Nanotube Sheets
95 Arianespace plans bid to launch Galileo satellites: CEO
96 Study: Bio-plastic goods not eco-friendly
97 NASA faces long odds in shuttle schedule
98 EPA calls for Miracle-Gro pesticide recall
99 Bloggers offer glimpse of uncensored Cuba
100 Microsoft takeover deadline for Yahoo expires without
101 Experts see impact of museums in science education efforts
102 Warrior mosquitoe plan under fire in Malaysia: report
103 Tests reveal first cancer victim in Norway
104 Protection weighed for bird in West's energy areas
105 Research: Gray squirrel at risk in Britain
106 Zoo welcomes rare newborn Somali wild ass
107 Did John Wilkes Booth survive?
108 Scientist awaits cicadas' noisy return
109 Study finds that minimally invasive robotic bypass surgery provides health and economic benefits
110 Galaxies Gone Wild: Dramatic Collisions Trigger Bursts Of Star Formation
111 Insects Use Plants Like A Telephone
112 Arctic Marine Mammals On Thin Ice
113 New Prosthetic Hand Has Grip Function Almost Like A Natural Hand: Each Finger Moves Separately
114 Major Step Forward In Understanding How Memory Works
115 Exotic Quantum State Of Matter Discovered
116 Molecular Analysis Confirms Tyrannosaurus Rex's Evolutionary Link To Birds
117 Early Human Populations Evolved Separately For 100,000 Years
118 Yeast Gives Rise To New Concept: Cell Fuel Is 'Brains' Behind Division
119 Rare Musk Ox May Be Threatened By Climate Change
120 Elusive Protein Protects Malaria Parasite From Heme
121 Light Research Opens Door For Optical Storage And Computing
122 Overuse Of Codeine, Oxycodone And Barbiturates Increases Risk Of Chronic Migraine
123 New Method Simultaneously Tests For Fifteen Respiratory Viruses
124 Sexual Intimacy: Why College Men May Hear 'Yes' When Women Mean 'No'
125 Coffee May Protect Against Breast Cancer, Study Shows
126 Proteins That Stop A Major Signaling Pathway Can Also Generate New Proteins
127 Lizard Hunting Styles Impact Ability To Walk, Run
128 Volcanic Eruption Of 1600 Caused Global Disruption
129 Freshwater Herring Had Salty Origin
130 Archaeologists Find 18th Century Log Road In Annapolis, Maryland, US
131 Secrets Of Massive Black Hole Unveiled: Workings Of Giant Galactic Particle Accelerators Discovered
132 Invention Gives Improved Gene Technology Analysis
133 First Transistor Using Nanotechnology Is 50 Times More Energy Efficient Than Current Models
134 Concrete Examples Don't Help Students Learn Math, Study Finds