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1 Defying the years
2 New Alliances Prove It's Easy to Go Green
3 Teens Charged With Loading Spyware, Changing Grades
4 Mars Lander Loses Some Photos After Data Glitch
5 South Korean Ex-Professor Claims Dog Clones
6 Study: IT Admins Read Private E-Mail
7 U.S. Doctors Making Slow Shift to Digital Records
8 Why Nice Guys Finish Last
9 The Ends of the Earth
10 High Hopes: VCs Betting LinkedIn Worth $1 Billion
11 Ocean review finds warming on the rise
12 Ocean review finds warming on the rise
13 Technology unlocks the silent mind
14 Nitrogen-fixing puzzle solved
15 Adoptees use DNA to find surname
16 Bristol named first cycling city
17 Clone cell cancer 'cure' hailed
18 Time for peace in the whaling world?
19 Patent delays frustrate inventors
20 How a forgotten Intel invention could revolutionize the CPU
21 Google Beats the Bears
22 World's Smallest Projector, TI Optoma Pico, Coming to U.S. Next Year
23 Mozilla hits its Firefox 3 download goal, and then some
24 South Korean Team Claims To Clone Dog
25 Tiny Town Fights For Its Domain
26 New Skin Cancer Treatment Saves Man
27 Red Wine A Weapon In Battle Of The Bulge
28 $200 Burger: Decadent Or Despicable?
29 Stranded Pigs Shot To Save Iowa Levees
30 Cocaine Overdose Kills Baby
31 2 Hikers Rescued From Alaska Wilderness
32 New York Can Fine Chains That Don't Post Calories
33 Government Now Counts 383 Tomato Salmonella Cases
34 Even Best Efforts Can't Prevent All Heart Attacks
35 Quick Test May Help Spot Male Hair Loss
36 Migraine Triggers And Fighters
37 Drinking Coffee May Extend Life
38 Apple's iTunes hits 5 billion mark
39 ITunes Music Store: Over Five Billion Songs Served
40 Apple: iTunes sells more than 5 billion songs
41 iTunes Store Hits 5 Billion Downloads
42 iTunes store: 5 billion songs; 50,000 movies per day
43 iTunes Has Sold Five Billion Songs
44 Building a Better Browser: Firefox Keeps Innovating
45 Security flaw tarnishes Firefox download record
46 Firefox Download Day a Success Despite Hurdles
47 Firefox 3 downloads clear 8 million mark
48 First reports of a Firefox 3 vulnerability
49 Bugs casts shadow over Firefox 3
50 Researcher reports first Firefox 3.0 bug
51 Firefox 3 suffers its first vulnerability
52 Firefox 3.0 Hit By The First Bug
53 Why iPhone Wannabes Don't Cut It
54 Samsung Instinct coming June 20 to Sprint
55 Yahoo Offers Two New E-mail Domains
56 The Great Yahoo Web Mail Land Grab
57 Yahoo! email! fans! get! more! domains!
58 Firefox Turns 3
59 Social Web browser Flock bases its 2.0 beta on Firefox 3
60 Firefox 3 for Mac: Is it time to switch from Safari?
61 Hands on: Flock 2 steps up the social browser game
62 Social Web browser Flock out with new test version
63 The producer's view: Firefox 3
64 Mars lander loses some photos after data glitch
65 Mars Lander Loses Digital Photos
66 How to make a Martian mud pie
67 No signs of water yet from Mars lander
68 Microsoft Buys Digital TV Ad Provider Navic Networks
69 Microsoft Scoops up TV Ad-placement Company
70 Regulators Take Aim at Nascent DNA-Testing Industry
71 Regulators Take Aim at Nascent DNA-Testing Industry
72 Closing in on Extrasolar Earths
73 More low-mass exoplanets are discovered
74 Super Earths; Ice Or Salt?
75 AP vs. The Bloggers: A Portentous Sideshow
76 Man Cleared of Child Porn Charges After Hiring Computer Forensics Expert
77 Forensics expert clears man of child porn charges
78 Porn On MA State Worker's Laptop Came From Malware
79 Cautionary tale: How a misconfigured laptop ruined a worker's life
80 Study: Cloned copies of man's own immune cell beat back cancer
81 Experimental Therapy Beats Back One Patient's Melanoma
82 Man's Melanoma in Remission With Emerging Cancer Therapy
83 Melanoma Study Offers Cautious Hope
84 F.D.A. Says Source of Tainted Tomatoes May Stay a Mystery
85 Tomatoes regaining ground
86 Few Doctors Use Electronic Records Because of Costs (Update1)
87 Weight-loss Surgery Can Cut Cancer Risk, Study Shows
88 Sports Doping's Effect May Be in the Mind
89 Effects Of Growth Hormone On Athletes May Be All Mental
90 Athletic boost from growth hormone may be mental
91 Study: Growth Hormone's Effects May Be Rather Mental
92 Big, Well-Balanced Breakfast Aids Weight Loss
93 Stomach Virus Hits YMCA Camp, At Least 85 Sickened
94 Duke Settles Claims of Patients Sickened by Surgical Instruments Cleaned With Hydraulic Fluid
95 Family Blames Pet Bird for Killing Father, Putting Daughter in Coma
96 Inventors: New Device Could Revolutionize Energy Production
97 Tainted Tomato Cases Jump to 383 People in 30 states, D.C.
98 Why Global Hackers Are Nearly Impossible to Catch
99 Birds Kill Siblings, Hormones Blamed
100 Frigid Future for Ocean in Saturn's Moon
101 Why Gays Don't Go Extinct
102 Closing in on Extrasolar Earths
103 GPS Inaccurate During Space Storms
104 Twin Stars Born 500,000 Years Apart
105 New Car's Skin Is Fabric
106 The Evolution of Vaccines and Fear
107 Like Humans, Other Apes Plan Ahead
108 Studies Support Testosterone Supplements for Older Men
109 FDA Warns Companies to Stop Selling Fake Cancer Cures
110 Sports Doping's Effect May Be in the Mind
111 Huge Sharks 'Fly' Like Fighter Pilots
112 Salmonella's Tricky Attack Plan Revealed
113 Pluto's Identity Crisis Hits Classrooms and Bookstores
114 How Satellites Could Power the Future
115 Harsh Climate Scoured Early Earth, Study Says
116 Ancient Christian "Holy Wine" Factory Found in Egypt
117 Meteorites Brought DNA "Ancestors" to Earth, Study Says
118 Amazing Dinosaur Trove Discovered in Utah
119 Don't Rebuild on China Quake Faults, Experts Warn
120 Is Hawk-Eye's decision final?
121 Bacterial engines have their own clutch
122 Alpine snow taken down a notch
123 Diving lessons from the world's biggest fish
124 The essence of happiness
125 News: Q&A: Lab disinfectant harms mouse fertility
126 Fastest-ever flashgun captures image of light wave
127 Scrapping 'mpg' could boost sales of greener cars
128 How to make a Martian mud pie
129 Why brainy animals need more REM sleep after all
130 NASA under pressure to extend space shuttle's life
131 'Nanohorns' could prod immune system into action
132 Cancer patient cured with his own immune system
133 New type of aurora spotted on Saturn
134 Ad men to target social networking trendsetters
135 Bad guys really do get the most girls
136 Competition puts homeopathy on trial
137 First known digital music recording surfaces
138 Healthy lifestyle turns off genes that cause cancer
139 Stressed chimps like a cuddle as much as we do
140 Astronomers create first four-continent telescope
141 Iron Isotopes in Lava Lake Point to Possible Ways to Trace Planetary Origins
142 Microscopic "Clutch" Puts Flagellum in Neutral
143 Researchers Confirm Benzene-like Electron Delocalization
144 Lifestyle Can Alter Gene Activity, Lead to Insulin Resistance
145 Exciton-Based Circuits Eliminate a 'Speed Trap' Between Computing and Communication Signals
146 Stay Or Go? Researchers Discover One Controller of Cell Movement
147 Worm-like Marine Animal Providing Fresh Clues About Human Evolution
148 Black Holes Have Simple Feeding Habits
149 Newly Born Identical Twin Stars Show Surprising Differences
150 New Technology May Prevent Vitamin B12 Deficient Seniors and Vegetarians from Needing Injections
151 Web Site Following Archaeologists to the Bottom of Mut Temple's Sacred Lake
152 World-Class Environment Vision to "Bring Back the Species"
153 Steroids in Female Mouse Urine Light Up Male Nose Nerves
154 Researcher Seeks to Protect Muscles of Astronauts
155 Iodine Helps Kelp Fight Free Radicals and May Aid Humans, Too
156 Scientists Discover DNA Knot Keeps Viral Genes Tightly Corked Inside Shell
157 Efficiency Experts Seek to Save Precious Minutes in Deploying Ambulances
158 Dearth of Ships Delays Drilling of Offshore Oil
159 Bush Calls for End to Ban on Offshore Oil Drilling
160 Seas Rising and Warming Faster Than Realized
161 Idea of Offshore Drilling Seems to Be Spreading
162 Tons of PCBs May Come Calling at a Down-at-the-Heels Texas City
163 Detlef Gromoll, Known for Math 'Soul' Idea, Dies at 70
164 Chimp's Sex Calls May Reflect Calculation
165 Tiny, Clingy and Destructive, Mussel Makes Its Way West
166 The Web Time Forgot
167 Scientist at Work: Norman T. Uphoff. Food Revolution That Starts With Rice
168 Really? The Claim: A Spicy Meal Before Bed Can Disrupt Sleep
169 Reality Dance Show Puts Rett Syndrome in the Spotlight
170 Most Doctors Aren't Using Electronic Health Records
171 Release of Generic Lipitor Is Delayed
172 An Opera Singer's Fat Relocation Project