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1 Microsoft/Yahoo Deadline Passes With No Deal
2 Tough Job: Volunteers Needed for Chocolate Study
3 Social Networking Applications Can Pose Security Risks
4 Human Warming Hobbles Ancient Climate Cycle
5 Gene Therapy Improves Sight in Near-Blind Patients
6 Stepping Closer to a Parkinson's Cure
7 Study Links HPV to Lung Cancer
8 Pyramids packed with fossil shells
9 Insect genes to make crops drip lube
10 Gene therapy helps blind see the light
11 Colossal squid comes out of ice
12 Gene therapy 'aids youth's sight'
13 Chocolate 'may cut diabetes risk'
14 Rhinos where you least expect them
15 Grand Theft Auto receives acclaim
16 Loopholes keep Windows XP alive
17 Grand Theft Auto steals the show
18 US prisoner sues over weight loss
19 Tomato dishes 'may protect skin'
20 The miracle berry
21 Pregnancy cravings 'on the rise'
22 Nurses raise 'dignity' concerns
23 N/A
24 Fake Steve Jobs on how to blog
25 N/A
26 Beastmaster, I have made you my bitch
27 Woz isn't going to buy a cloned Mac, trust me.
28 This is why we love Microsoft
29 My presentations versus Michael Dell's
30 I am so friggin sick of music companies trying to steal my money
31 BusinessWeek reveals our secret plan to topple the Borg
32 Borg: We're annoying users on purpose
33 Steve Ballmer, change agent
34 Borg scrambles to erase the stink of Vista
35 Some programmer dude says I'm his hero
36 Rest of world just now grasping what we saw five years ago
37 This "leak" to Ars Technica was on purpose
38 Dell has become the Hillary Clinton of computers
39 N/A
40 Goatberg, put a friggin sock in it
41 Bob Metcalfe and the "one pair of glasses" theory
42 Zune-atic calls Borg tech support to ask about changing his name to "Microsoft Zune"
43 Someone is out to get me
44 Gartner predicting the past with 99% certainty
45 Now we're being blamed for the death of television
46 I don't heart New York
47 Why doesn't Microsoft out-innovate Apple?
48 What laptop does Steve Ballmer use for his presentations? Right...
49 Apple updates iMac as expected
50 SKorea's 1st Astronaut To Help Country Develop Space Tech
51 Grand Theft Auto IV Hype Machine Shifts into Overdrive
52 Windows XP lives on through licensing loopholes
53 Is Vista to blame for Windows revenue drop?
54 Google Unveils Cutting-Edge Image Ranking Technology
55 A Google Prototype for a Precision Image Search
56 Google Developing 'PageRank' for Image Search
57 Has Google solved the problem of image search?
58 Apple refreshes its iMac line
59 Apple Refreshes iMac Line
60 Apple updates iMac product line with Intel Core 2 Duo processors
61 New Apple iMac's Launch: 3.06GHz Core 2 Duo, 512MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS
62 Apple announces improved iMacs
63 Apple Speeds Up iMac CPUs, Graphics
64 A Week of Wonderful New Web Apps
65 Microsoft internal memo details Windows 7-Windows Live ties
66 India Hails Success of Complicated Rocket Launch
67 India sets world record, launches 10 satellites at one go
68 Indian PSLV booster hauls a load of satellites into orbit
69 Samsung Announces New Generation of Players
70 Samsung Strengthens Its Leadership in Blu-ray
71 iTunes streaming for iPhone, iPod touch?
72 Apple iPhone to Double as iTunes Controller?
73 Remote control function said hidden in iPhone beta firmware
74 Beta iPhone firmware code points to iTunes control
75 iControl iTunes Player for iPhone?
76 Defense concerns may scuttle Apple-PA Semi deal
77 Apple Buys PowerPC Chip House, Confusing Everybody
78 Warning: Hardy Heron May Cause Linux Addiction
79 Usability Testing Hardy Heron With a Girlfriend
80 Ubuntu 8.04 Is Ready to Take On Windows
81 The six secrets to mobile computing success
82 How do you use your iPhone?
83 The Real Threat to Google
84 Blood substitutes tied to higher risk of heart attack, death
85 Review: FDA Allowed Testing of Artificial Blood Despite Risk of Death
86 Blindness May be Improved with Breakthrough Gene Therapy
87 Tough job: Volunteers needed for chocolate study
88 Best Job in the World: Volunteer Chocolate Eater
89 California voters feel let down on health care plan
90 Health care system pains state voters in poll
91 Smoking ban behind attempts to quit
92 Thousands Help Raise Funds to Fight Breast Cancer
93 Marijuana use forces Seattle patient off transplant list
94 Medical marijuana patients face transplant hurdles
95 Medical Marijuana Patients Denied Transplants
96 Mind's Limit Found: 4 Things at Once
97 How the Black Death Changed the World
98 Happiness Tip: Want What You Have
99 Gene Therapy Experiments Improve Vision in Nearly Blind
100 The Fragility of Self-Esteem
101 Bug Has Sex with Orchids
102 Powerful Black Hole Jet Explained
103 Cola May Be Bad to the Bones
104 Japanese Royal Tomb Opened to Scholars for First Time
105 Extinct Plants Discovered Blooming in Australia
106 Iraq Museum Reclaims 700 Stolen Artifacts
107 Gene therapy treats blindness
108 Cosmic time warp revealed in slow-motion supernovae
109 Where did all the mini-galaxies go?
110 GPS rival's second satellite launches
111 Biodiversity linked to human health
112 US outlaws genetic discrimination
113 Invention: Plastic red blood cells [et al.]
114 Space war would leave destructive legacy
115 Gene therapy success 'reverses' blindness
116 Religion a figment of human imagination
117 Will Corals Survive Stormy Future?
118 Oldest Known Objects Are Surprisingly Immature
119 Warning Buoys for Right Whales Installed Along Massachusetts Bay
120 First Nanoscale Image of Soil Reveals an 'Incredible' Variety, Rich with Patterns
121 Professor Aids in Visual Restoration of Mice
122 Hope for Tiger Breeding
123 Navy Limits Applications for Its Nominations to Space Program
124 Home Brew for the Car, Not the Beer Cup
125 Dental Clinics, Meeting a Need With No Dentist
126 Prevention: So Many Mosquitoes, Only So Many Nets
127 Chalk one up for coccolithophores
128 'Sticky nanotubes' hold key to future technologies
129 Copper nanowires grown by new process create long-lasting displays
130 Genes for common heart condition and kidney problem identified
131 Team develops safe, effective RNA interference technique
132 Is happiness having what you want, wanting what you have, or both?
133 Beating the codebreakers with quantum cryptography
134 Cambridge researcher creates revolutionary vehicle suspension design
135 Idaho lab develops a quicker way to catch a thief
136 For good or ill Ireland gains another mammal species
137 Scientists Explore Brain's Reaction to Potent Hallucinogen
138 Indian rocket puts a record 10 satellites into orbit
139 Emissions irrelevant to future climate change?
140 SAP business software launch tripped up: report
141 Gene therapy improves vision in patients with congenital retinal disease
142 Are nanobots on their way?
143 The Physics of Whipped Cream
144 UK tabloids contribute to climate complacency
145 MIT: In America, even the smallest carbon footprints are large
146 Pricing can cut CO2 emissions from electric generators
147 MIT professor will lead science team for NASA satellite to map Earth's water cycle
148 Colo. tap water violates health standards
149 Series of quakes takes toll on rattled residents of Reno
150 Warning buoys for right whales installed along Massachusetts Bay
151 Washington turning to bike-sharing plan
152 Apple Updates iMac
153 Microsoft, Yahoo aren't talking as investors await next move
154 Research paves way for better roads
155 Cray picks Intel for supercomputers
156 Warner Bros. pushes shows online with 2 new Web sites
157 Radio Free Europe says it's under cyber attack
158 Social networking applications can pose security risks
159 'GTA IV' expected to sell 9 million copies at launch
160 Shocking attitudes to Great War's wounded revealed
161 Scientists reveal evolutionary intricacies of Rickettsia pathogens
162 Boost for 'green plastics' from plants
163 Biologists rediscover rare cloud rat in Philippines: report
164 A dash of salt grows healthier tomatoes
165 Study: Oil painting predated European art
166 Researchers unveil a new class of fatty acids
167 Nitric oxide regulates plants as well as people
168 Study calls for action on heart risks from certain anti-cancer drugs
169 Bypassing the insulin highway
170 Engineers create new technique for malaria diagnosis
171 Researcher finds symbolic overtones in the names of cancer medicines
172 Swedish anti-nicotine vaccine to be tested in Nordic countries
173 Lasik worries? Some may see better with alternatives
174 Predicting breast cancer patient outcome: Researchers identify new genes
175 Language skills develop at 6, say researchers
176 Newly refined antibody therapy may be potent treatment for autoimmune diseases
177 Researchers light up lungs to help diagnose disease
178 20 children dead, 1,200 sickened by infection in eastern China
179 Clumps of red and white blood cells may contribute to sickle cell disease
180 Tomatoes found to fight sun damage
181 High self-esteem is not always what it's cracked up to be, says UGA psychologist
182 Chinese ants show promise for fighting arthritis, other diseases
183 Decision making, is it all 'me, me, me'?
184 Use of hemoglobin-based blood substitutes associated with increased risk of death, heart attack
185 Transitioning patients with pediatric disease to adulthood
186 Spinal cord injury research hampered by animal models, says new study
187 Will you be misdiagnosed?--how diagnostic errors happen
188 Cell-based therapy shows promise in patients with Parkinson's disease
189 What does it mean to be alive?
190 Regulation of chemical in plastics probed
191 New analysis finds daycare attendance early in life cuts childhood leukemia risk by 30 percent
192 Apple updates iMac line with faster processors
193 African Americans have five times higher amputation rate
194 Beating the codebreakers with quantum cryptography
195 Boost for 'green plastics' from plants
196 Researchers have built a proto-prototype nano assembler
197 Tissue-specific blood stem cell line established from embryonic stem cells
198 Ireland gains another mammal species
199 Researchers have discovered a new class of fatty acids
200 Language skills develop at six, say researchers
201 A new 'artificial' airway developed
202 A dash of salt grows healthier tomatoes