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1 Video speed test: 2.5G EDGE iPhone vs. mock 3G HSDPA iPhone
2 UK's Carphone Warehouse now completely out of iPhones
3 Piper Jaffray addresses 15 more 'unanswered Apple questions'
4 'You're effectively cut off'
5 Blu-ray sales tank
6 Lotus Notes 8.5 beta
7 AT&T wifi free-for-all?
8 New iMacs benchmarked [u]
9 RUMOR: Apple quietly shopped around its entire pro apps portfolio at NAB
10 Adobe to give away Flash for mobile devices
11 Why AT&T may subsidize Apple's iPhone
12 PC Magazine reviews Apple's new 24-inch iMac: Editor's Choice, King of the all-in-ones
13 BusinessWeek: More office workers are demanding Macs. Is business ready? Is Apple?
14 PC World: 18 features Windows should have but doesn't (Apple's Mac OS X has 16)
15 Apple introduced the iPhone and all hell broke loose
16 Biology's Next Breakthroughs
17 Breath Analyzer Monitors Drug Compliance
18 $100 Laptop Program's New President
19 Major Arctic sea ice melt is expected this summer
20 Ketchup Experiment Recovered from Columbia Crash
21 Station's First Female Commander Confident of Soyuz Fix
22 NASA Delays Shuttle Flight to Hubble Space Telescope
23 Arab TV feels pinch of new limits
24 What Mars Fossils Might Look Like
25 Protein scraps help fill in dino family tree
26 Doctors to reassess antibiotics for 'chronic Lyme' disease
27 Special Diet Can Ease Epileptic Seizures in Kids
28 The Androgynous Pharaoh? Akhenaten had feminine physique
29 Health Tip: Activities for People With Alzheimer's
30 Sleep Troubles Vary Between Alzheimer's Patients, Caregivers
31 Daily Aspirin May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
32 Biomarker Spots Which Lesions Likely to Progress to Prostate Cancer
33 Expert sees peanut allergy solution within 5 years
34 New immune treatment may control AIDS virus
35 Review: AT&T Mobile TV--Media Flows Like Greased Lightning
36 Volvo Promises an Injury-Proof Car by 2020
37 How to Make a Prius Look Good: Chop Off the Top
38 Why Can't Hollywood Get Science Right?
39 Food scientists say stop biofuels to fight world hunger
40 China orders nationwide fight against child virus
41 Public Bike Programs Surging
42 Electric Roadster Reaching the Streets
43 Cloud Rat Rediscovered After 112 Years
44 Pharaoh Had Feminine Physique
45 Treasure-Filled Shipwreck Discovered
46 Just Like Humans, Baby Birds Babble
47 Chilean volcano belches ash, forces evacuation
48 New Study Says Aspirin Cuts Cancer Risk
49 Strong resemblances between graffiti symbols in Tamil Nadu and the Indus script
50 Stunning finds on archaeological dig
51 Egypt's Pyramids Packed With Seashells
52 Tse-whit-zen artifacts languish in storage
53 The mummy with a story to tell
54 Treasure trove found on shipwreck off Africa
55 Gloucester's Roman Mass Grave Skeletons Were Plague Victims
56 Cave woman is laid to rest after 1,900 years
57 Continental rift
58 Trifecta of lost opportunities: US #15 in broadband ranking
59 Pentagon fears trojans, kill switches in foreign-made CPUs
60 New York's "Amazon Tax" called "unconstitutional" by retailer
61 Dumb idea: suing Wikipedia for calling you "dumb"
62 A new way to think about data encryption: two-level keys
63 Study: keyboards make excellent homes for nasty bacteria
64 Groups want Congressional hearings on border laptop searches
65 Maintaining Moore's law with new memristor circuits
66 Deluded SCO CEO on witness stand: "Linux is a copy of UNIX"
67 Industry, Stanford hope to fix what ails parallel processing
68 PS3's Cell CPU tops high-performance computing benchmark
69 Five copyright myths and the countries that love them
70 Japanese police ask ISPs for help in reducing suicides
71 Your grandma's computer: Microsoft SeniorPC en route to UK
72 Even with new features, not yet a Quicken-killer
73 Who killed the gropers?
74 Drug-free miracle man beating HIV
75 Duets that bind
76 Dogs see off kid allergies
77 Biggest-ever squid still just a kid
78 Blood pressure drug aid in weight loss
79 Bar of chocolate a day for research
80 Nightmarish Soviet playgrounds
81 Archivists to Oregon: your laws aren't copyrighted, so there!
82 Review: A week with Novatel's U727 EVDO stick
83 Women report incubus attacks
84 US patent for common Mexican bean revoked
85 Wilford Brimley and the five cats who resemble him [humor]
86 Online game teaches immigrant kids about rights of due process
87 Ben Stein: "science leads you to killing people"
88 Japanese anatomical illustrations from 1819
89 Space aliens invade Canada
90 Young adult sections in bookstore--a parallel universe of little-regarded awesomeness
91 Boing Boing tv--Tokyology
92 DHS grounds air marshalls for having names similar to the no-fly list
93 HOWTO anonymize your digital photos
94 Whale-watching boats are putting whales in jeopardy, study says
95 Tree of life continues to evolve
96 Fighting one exotic species with another
97 Some doubt genome's value as health tool
98 Solar water heaters required in new Hawaii homes
99 30 of the fastest declining occupations
100 New memory circuit's roots owe debt to Aristotle
101 High-end CD player or UFO sighting?
102 Toyota simulation tries to keep you in one piece
103 HP makes memory from a once-theoretical circuit
104 Week in review: Microsoft the magnanimous?
105 Cleaning 400 years of dust from books
106 Cooling chips with fluid...from the inside
107 Why blogging isn't big in Ireland
108 The high price of iPhones in Ireland
109 Better science through coffee
110 An LED that can go 80 years on a battery charge?
111 In wake of twister, Kansas town is rebuilding green
112 Top-paid CEOs: Steve Jobs drops from No. 1 to No. 120 [et al.]
113 Scientists creating worldwide database of tree DNA
114 The new fame: Internet celebrity
115 The Internet, in real life
116 Lots of climate-change studies, still few certainties
117 More computer brands chase the '$100 laptop'
118 The MySpace crowd gets chummy with Chumby
119 One urban dweller's aversion to national parks
120 'Small wind' power plants are blowing strong
121 To save rivers, she helps farmers
122 Taking the fire out of farming in Africa
123 Why national parks, coal-fired power plants may be neighbors
124 Windows Vista: The 'New Coke' of the PC age
125 A Large-Hearted Gentleman
126 The Martian Express
127 Chronicle: Another trophic cascade. This time it's Yosemite after fewer mountain lions.
128 Casper Star-Tribune: Wolf-defenders light up Wyoming gov's phone bank. But most are not residents, they don't understand, etc....
129 Boston Globe: Running genes through 100 computers for months and voila, a changed tree of life
130 Science News: The greenest way to eat may just be to eat your greens.
131 Smithsonian: Those brave, smart, gender-bent hyenas just can't get a break from people--or from lions.
132 Sacramento Bee: A professor and his genetically-altered goats with infection-fighting milk
133 Contra Costa Times: Kaboom go the explosives...and boom go the rare poppies at DOE test site