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1 Computerworld reviews Apple 17-inch MacBook Pro: 'Incredibly impressive'
2 Report: Mac OS X 10.5.3 due 'very soon'
3 Apple files patent application for solar-powered portable devices
4 Mac OS X 10.5.3 about to hit
5 CW: Assumptions Pale, 17-inch MacBook Pro Amazing, Stunning Screen
6 The solution to my camcorder dilemma
7 The MacBook Pro Speed Secret: The Hard Disk
8 Special Notebook Cases Will Ease Airport Security Hassles
9 IQLeague: Mac Safari Users Smartest on the Web
10 WSJ: Do Hackers Threaten Smartphones?
11 Adobe Offers Up Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Soundbooth CS4 Betas
12 Should Apple Buy JAVA?
13 Samsung Unveils 256GB SSD Drive
14 3G iPhone shell photos; possible Centrino 2 delay
15 And, we have higher IQs too?
16 Dem presidential win to benefit Apple?
17 Clueless USA Today article advises clueless PC shoppers to buy Windows PCs, ignores Apple Mac
18 Report: Apple buys handwriting code for iPhone 2.0
19 KPN in talks with Apple to sell iPhone in the Netherlands
20 Canadian wireless market hopelessly behind rest of the world due to lack of competition
21 LaCie doubles burn speeds to 4x for d2 Blu-ray Drive
22 Computerworld's 3G network smackdown: AT&T beats Verizon, Sprint
23 Analyst: Third-party apps, App Store to help drive Apple iPhone, iPod touch sales
24 Computerworld reviews Apple 17-inch MacBook Pro: 'Incredibly impressive'
25 Intel delaying Centrino 2 to mid-July?
26 CW: Assumptions Pale, 17-inch MacBook Pro Amazing, Stunning Screen
27 The MacBook Pro Speed Secret: The Hard Disk
28 WSJ: Do Hackers Threaten Smartphones?
29 Ten critical bugs could hold up Firefox 3
30 Apple takes delivery of "electric computers"
31 Paypal bug costing users "thousands"
32 Four things you'll love about Firefox 3
33 LaCie doubles Blu-ray burner speed
34 A low cost guide to making music with your Mac, part one
35 Science and Celluloid: A Match Made in Hollywood
36 Could Dust Weaken Hurricanes?
37 Mars Lander to Get Arm-Moving Order a Day Late
38 Microsoft Demos Future Windows With Touch-Screen
39 Religion Is a Product of Evolution, Software Suggests
40 Chinese Premier Shows up on Facebook
41 Some Shun Wireless Internet
42 Scalpel, Sponge, Robot Arm Please
43 Athletes Rely on Gold Medal Science
44 Cuts Kindle E-Book Reader Price by $40
45 Could Baby Tooth Stem Cells Save Your Child?
46 Children in Katrina Trailers May Face Lifelong Ailments
47 Changes to Antarctic ice suffocating seals
48 Solar tornadoes unwind radiation mysteries
49 Antioxidants may undermine cancer therapy
50 Berlin unveils 'crewed spaceship'
51 EU urged to review animal testing
52 Rag and bone legacy is pure gold
53 Nuclear clean-up costs 'to soar'
54 No road skill makes hog road kill
55 Tripping the light fantastic
56 Brazil environment chief sworn in
57 Zoo sends aid to pandas in China
58 Jump record fails to take flight
59 Microsoft demos 'touch Windows'
60 Computer generated abuse 'banned'
61 More for sale in vending machines
62 How games will change the world
63 Storm warning for cloud computing
64 Will 7 prove deadly to Vista?
65 Heart failure guidance 'ignored'
66 1.5m more to get cholesterol drug
67 Stroke patients 'need more help'
68 Stroke support was a 'life saver'
69 Phoenix Sends Back More Mars Images
70 In Space, No One Can Hear You Flush
71 Belgian Newspapers Tell Google To Pay Up
72 Kindergartener Voted Out By Students
73 Polygamy: A World Apart
74 GNOME file manager gets tabbed file browsing
75 Two lives, one Social Security number
76 IT 100: The North American Top 10
77 AMD to roll out Griffin processor as 'Turion Ultra' at Computex
78 Microsoft Chiefs Talk Past, Look To Future
79 Microsoft shows off "snippet" of Windows 7 at D6, reveals multi-touch support
80 Scientists Warn Of Rising Pacific Coast Acidity
81 Wisconsin Governor Signs Great Lakes Compact
82 Obesity Battle Among US Children May Have Peaked
83 Study Suggests Antidepressants For Stroke Victims
84 Windows 7 Multi-Touch Features Revealed at D6
85 Windows 7 demo at D6: Really? That's it?
86 1 sol at a time--Martian science probe starts
87 Phoenix Lander Presents: Mars in High-Res
88 Inspiring flight of the Phoenix
89 Phoenix Lander Presents: Mars in High-Res
90 Two-way battle over; cable wins
91 Sony, six cable companies adopt two-way CableCARD tech
92 Sony Plans TVs That Will Eliminate Set-top Boxes
93 A Quick Peek At Microsoft's Windows 7
94 Windows 7 Won't Have Compact "MinWin" Kernel
95 Belgian publishers want Google to cough up
96 Belgian Newspapers Ask Google for $77.5 Million in Damages
97 Viacom Ups Ante In YouTube Copyright Spat: Google More Than A Mere Enabler
98 Viacom and Google Should Share the Load
99 YouTube: Viacom dumping piranhas in our DMCA safe harbor
100 Via's OpenBook initiative fails at actually being open
101 NASA pullout could cut 'hope' short
102 Intel faces long not very hot summer
103 Intel Centrino 2 chips hit with problems, delays
104 Forget Competition, the Search Wars are Over
105 Google Opens Google App Engine
106 Google modernizes Web software tool
107 Yahoo tilting at windmills by suing against lottery spammers
108 Yahoo sues lottery spammers
109 New Mexico Group Wants Wi-Fi Banned Due To Allergies
110 New Mexico group tries to ban Wi-Fi
111 Allergic to WiFi? Group fights Internet hotspots in Santa Fe
112 Has the fat-kid epidemic peaked?
113 Childhood obesity hits plateau
114 Child obesity rate in U.S. hits a plateau, researchers say
115 New High-tech Mosquito Repellants Replace DEET
116 Computer Model for Finding Mosquito Repellent Compounds
117 Feds bust owners of Calif. medical marijuana shops
118 Owners of six SoCal medical marijuana stores arrested
119 Feds bust owners of Calif. medical marijuana shops
120 Marijuana clinic owner is arrested
121 Water in Las Lomas has high mercury levels
122 Nine of 10 tests show Las Lomas water clear of mercury
123 California considers more regulation on plastic surgery
124 US Law makers Examine Plastic Surgery Safety
125 How useful is high-level SPF sunscreen, anyway?
126 Which sunscreens are safe to use?
127 Bond gadgets: never say they'll never work
128 Nothing beats a home-cooked meal--even for apes
129 US struggling to respond to climate shift
130 Milky Way's mass is drastically reduced
131 Eating less beats exercise for a long life
132 Giant pterosaurs stalked baby dinos 'like storks'
133 Childhood lead exposure can predict criminality
134 'Horror frog' breaks own bones to produce claws
135 Radio glitch cut communication with Mars lander
136 Upcoming gamma-ray mission may detect dark matter
137 Organic Corn: Increasing Rotation Complexity Increases Yields
138 Oregon Physicists Don't Flip Spin but Find Possible Electron Switch
139 Robots Go Where Scientists Fear to Tread
140 Green Highways: Environmentally Friendly Asphalts Target of New Research Program
141 Indiana Jones and the Plunder of Cultural Heritage
142 Authentic Viking DNA Retrieved From 1,000-year-old Skeletons
143 Giant Flying Reptiles Preferred To Walk
144 Chemists Create Cancer-detecting Nanoparticles
145 Massive Star In Nearby Galaxy Has Mammoth Belt
146 DNA Clues To Reproductive Behavior
147 Electron Traps That Compute
148 Next-generation Explosives: More Power And Safety Without The Pollution
149 Nanotechnology Risks: How Buckyballs Hurt Cells
150 Bright Sparks Make Gains Towards Plastic Lasers Of The Future
151 New Technique Allows Targeted Inactivation Of Genes In Research Model
152 Using Maize As An Efficient 'Factory' For Protein-based Pharmaceutical Products
153 New Cancer Stem Cell Driving Metastatic Tumors Identified
154 Super-hard Nanocrystalline Iron Developed That Can Take The Heat
155 Electroshock: Electroconvulsive Therapy Without Cognitive Side Effects
156 Children's Premature Tooth Loss Can Affect Oral Health For Years To Come
157 Novel Toxin Receptor Discovered For Ulcer-causing Stomach Pathogen
158 New Research Forces U-turn In Population Migration Theory
159 'Avalanche Effect' In Solar Cells Demonstrated
160 NASA Mars Lander Prepares To Move Arm
161 Graphene-Polymer Composite
162 Matching Tumors to Drugs
163 Where Spam Is Born
164 Google Health Heads to the Hospital
165 Genesis of a Virus
166 Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Opens
167 Monkey Thinks Robot into Action
168 Scientists find giant ring encircling exotic dead star
169 Getting warmer: Researchers uncover information on new superconductors
170 'Barren' seafloor teeming with microbial life
171 Intestinal Bacteria Promote and Prevent Inflammatory Bowel Disease
172 New insights into cellular reprogramming revealed by genomic analysis
173 Mind over matter: Monkey feeds itself using its brain
174 Large methane release could cause abrupt climate change as happened 635 million years ago
175 US files WTO complaint against EU over high-tech goods tariffs
176 When your memories can no longer be trusted
177 A new way to look at lung cancer and tobacco carcinogens
178 Protein Fibrils as Alternative Plastics?
179 Stress buildup precedes large Sumatra quakes
180 New superlattice structure enables high performance infrared imaging
181 Researchers retrieve authentic Viking DNA from 1,000-year-old skeletons
182 Microsoft demos future Windows with touch-screen
183 Fed report says climate change risks crops, water
184 Space station crew to NASA: Send plumber soon
185 Giant flying reptiles preferred to walk
186 Scientists in Japan design first optical pacemaker for laboratory research
187 Family feuds--why close relatives keep their distance in the animal kingdom
188 Agreement may mean end of cable set-top boxes
189 Carbon nanoribbons could make smaller, speedier computer chips
190 Regulatory B cells exist--and pack a punch
191 Method uses 'Bluetooth' to track travel time for vehicles, pedestrians
192 Powerful emotions affect how voters seek political information
193 The ghostly gaze of science
194 Life, but not as we know it?
195 Mice mothers devote energies to offspring when life is threatened
196 7 scientists share $1 million prizes for research
197 Researcher finds Laysan albatross employs 'dual mommies'
198 Kew Gardens provides climate for agricultural change
199 Organic corn: Increasing rotation complexity increases yields
200 Protein plays key role in transmitting deadly malaria parasite
201 Skin defects set off alarm with widespread and potentially harmful effects
202 SF State scientists expose new threat to spotted owl
203 Olfactory receptor neurons select which odor receptors to express
204 Research budgets cut amid food crisis, wheat worry
205 Structure of salt lake archaeal virus solved in Finland
206 The secret behind silkworm's hardy stomachs
207 DNA Fingerprinting Identifies Bean in Patent Dispute
208 Trauma of 9/11 appears to have altered brains, study suggests
209 Study: Child maltreatment victims lose 2 years of quality of life
210 Good news for a fast-wrinkling generation: Some anti-aging methods work
211 New study reveals brain cell mechanism of alcohol dependence
212 New breathing exercises help manage asthma
213 Gut superbug causing more illnesses, deaths
214 Scientists find seizure drug reverses cellular effects
215 New vaccine approach prevents/reverses diabetes in lab study
216 New vegetarian food with several benefits
217 Long-term hormone replacement therapy increases breast cancer risk
218 High throughput microscopy quantifies regulation of estrogen receptor
219 Gene therapy increases survival for end-stage head and neck cancer
220 Flu pandemic medical help left in the waiting room
221 Secondhand smoke increases hospital admissions for all types of infectious diseases
222 Kennedy has major cancer bill in Senate
223 Researchers from 5 countries to test hygiene hypothesis
224 Key to Angelina-like cheeks? Add volume to deep fat compartment
225 C-sections a critical factor in preterm birth increase
226 Childhood lead exposure is associated with increased risk of criminal arrest in adulthood
227 Combining exercise with hormone could prevent weight gain
228 Brain cells help neighboring nerves regenerate
229 Estrogen helps drive distinct, aggressive form of prostate cancer
230 No association found between vitamin D concentration in blood and risk of prostate cancer