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1 Balmer: Rededicated to copying Apple
2 Neil, get a clue...
3 Turn-by-turn just around the corner?
4 Copy & Paste references spotted in existing iPhone frameworks
5 Yahoo! Music's death at age 3 warns of DRM's risk
6 Apple CEO Steve Jobs' diet secrets
7 Pogue and Macworld chime in on MobileMe
8 Electronic Frontier Foundation blasts defunct Yahoo! Music; calls for refunds, apology
9 id Software's John Carmack excited by Apple iPhone possibilities
10 ABC News covers rumored 'MacBook touch' while Enderle claims Apple iPhone hasn't made a dent in RIM
11 Time for Apple to get rid of the iPhone NDA?
12 All they want to talk about at MobileBeat conference are Apple's iPhone and App Store
13 Analyst Gartenberg: Microsoft 'Zune phone' unlikely
14 iPhone 2.1 firmware to have copy/paste, better GPS?
15 Analysts: Low iPhone stocks a good sign
16 Barron's: iPhone 3G Push E-mail with Exchange a Delight
17 Gartenberg: Zune Phone Unlikely
18 AOL Cuts Back on Blogs to Save Cash
19 Mac 101: Safari tab tricks
20 iPhone 2.1 SDK Disappointments
21 Multiple iPhone household? Share your apps.
22 Apps for Apple TV: sign me up
23 Trans-fats banned in California
24 California bans restaurants from using trans fats
25 Massive oil spill clogs Mississippi River
26 Astronaut Claims Alien Cover-Up
27 Scientists Solve Northern Lights Mystery
28 Scientists Reveal Full Dinosaur Skeleton
29 Explorers Tackle Mysteries of Huge Cave
30 July 24, 1911: Hiram Bingham 'Discovers' Machu Picchu
31 Australia's ancient Aboriginal rock art at risk, experts say
32 Magnetic storms light up skies
33 Either aliens have been to Earth or astronaut's out there
34 Arctic oil stocks make 22pc of undiscovered reserves
35 Birds falling from sky in west
36 Eagle eater faces 12 years in jail
37 Plant vaccines sow seed of hope in cancer fight
38 The lone ranger: white horses' single ancestor
39 Zimbabwe's rhinos terrorised by poachers
40 Fatal death cap mushroom found in city
41 More on moonwalker Edgar Mitchell's claim that space aliens have visited earth
42 Eyeglasses with embedded telescopes
43 Man stole buses, drove them on routes, returned them at night
44 Great opening lines from sf [science fiction]
45 Elderly woman prohibited from photographing empty swimming pool "to prevent paedophilia"
46 Living on the Edge: Danny O'Brien's talk about moving our personal info off Web 2.0 and onto our computers
47 Cameraheads in Seattle protest CCTVs in public places
48 Yahoo Music shutting down its DRM server, customers lose all their paid-for music the next time they crash or upgrade
49 Two-headed Bearded Dragon
50 As endangered turtles wash ashore, scientists get a rare glimpse
51 Tuned in
52 Coal's popularity concerns environmentalists
53 Logan to test greener, longer lasting asphalt
54 Ask Dr. Knowledge: Can my plants with red leaves still do photosynthesis?
55 Ask Dr. Knowledge: How do liquid crystal displays work?
56 Many new 'friends' to be made online, but what about dollars?
57 A water pump for the people
58 Lingro: Foreign-word widget
59 Online tales of everyday heroes
60 Can plug-in hybrids ride to America's rescue?
61 Fish hum, grunt, and growl to get their message across
62 Mysteries of the Unregulated Internet
63 EPA: Few volunteering to cut greenhouse gases
64 Tarantulas, fire ants lurk in Texas floodwaters
65 FCC approves satellite radio merger in 3-2 vote
66 China aims for bigger slice of satellite market
67 Woman injured in apparent shark attack in Hawaii
68 Unknown insects found in 110-million-year-old amber in Spain
69 Scientists recover complete dinosaur skeleton
70 Young Tarbosaurus skeleton unearthed in Mongolia
71 Virgin Islands weighs gas pipeline to Puerto Rico
72 FDA: Avoid jalapenos from Mexico, not US
73 Delaying motherhood linked with more c-sections
74 Cake may be the answer to kids' egg allergy
75 Breast cancer mortality increases with body mass index
76 Few U.S. adults get skin cancer screening
77 Special warm-up prevents knee injury: U.S report
78 As Diseases Make Comeback, Why Aren't All Kids Vaccinated?
79 Qantas Emergency Landing Is Second Big One in Three Weeks (with Video)
80 Mapping The Human Mind
81 The Top-Secret Warplanes of Area 51
82 The World's Spookiest Weapons
83 A New Shoe Feeds Microbes Sole Food
84 Volcano Light Show
85 Wind-Powered Town
86 Quantum Physics in a Glass
87 London Motor Show 2008
88 Shooting In Rhythm
89 Gaming Improves Social Skills
90 Ancient Bungee Jumping
91 Why is it So Hard to Wake Up in the Morning?
92 Eat, Drink, Man, Woman (and Cricket)
93 They Came from Underseas!
94 A Stick-Free Sensor
95 Prehistoric Explosions Wiped Out Ocean Life--And Created Petroleum
96 Is Smokey the Bear Worsening Global Warming?
97 Combo Therapy Adds Years to Lives of HIV Patients
98 Shedding Light on Nighttime Brights
99 Come On In, the Water's Fine
100 Dinos: Ahead of the Evolutionary Curve?
101 A Load of Parasites
102 Monkeys Give a Hoot
103 Guided by the Light
104 Forty Winks in the Wild
105 The Thinking Bladder
106 Decoding the Pale Horse
107 U.S. Military No Match for Caribbean Coral
108 Obsessed Brains May Be Sluggish
109 The Mosquito Paradox
110 Feathered Bloodhounds?
111 Caveman's DNA Looks Modern
112 Single atoms viewed thanks to super-material
113 Tit-for-tat: birds found to repay wartime help
114 Eat the parents
115 Martian "Yellowstone" might have nourished life
116 Meditation Shown To Slow Progression Of HIV
117 The Visual Cortex Goes Digital
118 Two Bees? Aw, Not Two Bees...
119 Monsoon Formation Theory Gets Overhaul
120 Loud Music Boosts Booze Consumption
121 Scientists Probe Ancient "RNA World"
122 Watermelon: The Fruit Of Love
123 Magnolia Compound Targets Cancer Switch
124 Surprising Graphene
125 The Structure of XPD Sheds Light on Cancer and Aging
126 Roadrunner--Computing in the Fast Lane
127 Magnetic Field of Dreams
128 Close Encounters of the Particle Kind
129 Dr. Kush: How medical marijuana is transforming the pot industry.
130 A Man of Taste: A chef with cancer fights to save his tongue.
131 Surfing the Universe: An academic dropout and the search for a Theory of Everything.
132 Case study in chip scale review features two-chip stacked package
133 Mustard--hot stuff for natural pest control
134 Scientists search for answers from the carbon in the clouds
135 Uncertain future for elephants of Thailand
136 Scientists demonstrate a flexible, one-step assembly of nanoscale structures
137 Princeton researchers spy an electron dance
138 Researcher disentangles the strange behaviour of qubits
139 Phoenix's robotic arm scoop ready for sampling
140 Overweight elderly Americans contribute to financial burdens of the US health care system
141 Anti-HIV therapy boosts life expectancy more than 13 years
142 NASA Successfully Tests Parachute for Ares Rocket
143 Bikers, pedestrians seeking better Web maps
144 Researchers demonstrate a flexible, 1-step assembly of nanoscale structures
145 AOL shutting 3 services to cut costs, focus on ads
146 'Impressionist' Spacecraft to View Solar System's Invisible Frontier
147 The Lightness of Electrons in a Twisting Metal Crystal
148 'Lazy eye' discovery of how an old gene learns new tricks
149 Study explores plausibility of bulbs and tubers in the diet of early human ancestors
150 A new era in search for 'sister Earths'?
151 Europe's next-generation broadband
152 Overweight elderly Americans contribute to financial burdens of the US health care system
153 Material may help autos turn heat into electricity
154 'Nanonet' circuits closer to making flexible electronics reality
155 Artificial Lotus Effect: Carbon nanotubes with nanoscopic paraffin coating form superhydrophobic, self-cleaning surfaces
156 Holey Nanoparticles Create New Tumor Imaging and Therapeutic Agent
157 Proposed Particle Help Explains Odd Galactic Photons
158 Revolutionary materials reflect ancient forms
159 Electron microscopy enters the picometer scale
160 Shielding for ambitious neutron experiment
161 New Membrane Model May Unlock Secrets of Early-Stage Alzheimer's
162 Scientists solve 30-year-old aurora borealis mystery
163 Massive oil spill clogs Mississippi River
164 Phoenix Mars Lander Works Through the Night
165 Ancient Galactic Magnetic Fields Stronger than Expected
166 Los Angeles bans plastic bagging in stores
167 Arctic 'holds 90bln barrels of oil, mostly offshore'
168 Researchers find key to saving the world's lakes
169 Cow power could generate electricity for millions
170 Study: Typhoons bury tons of carbon in the oceans
171 Sony opens up e-book Reader to other booksellers
172 Graphics processing installation to boost Argonne's Blue Gene/P visualization capabilities
173 A dash of lime--a new twist that may cut CO2 levels back to pre-industrial levels
174 N.M. researchers hope to cultivate 'calming herb'
175 Unknown insects found in 110-million-year-old amber in Spain
176 Uncertain future for elephants of Thailand
177 'Green' potato health risk can be eliminated by cutting away affected area
178 Historian predicts the end of 'science superpowers'
179 California bans restaurants from using trans fats
180 Briton fuming over fine for smoking in own van
181 Gummy bears that fight plaque
182 Consumer spending: Why nine is the magic number
183 Serious school failure turns out to be a real bummer for girls, but not boys