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1 Review: Daylite 3.7.3
2 Multimedia software
3 Survey: Mac laptops in high demand for higher ed
4 Completely uninstall PhoneView
5 How to minimize iPhone data traffic using MobileMe
6 10.5: Use keyboard shortcuts to file in iTunes and Mail
7 A squeaky-clean Desktop
8 Mac sales too cool for schools?
9 Who would pay $1,000 for an iPhone application?
10 Web Delivers New Worry for Parents: Digital Drugs
11 Scientists ask to plant GM trees
12 Jimmy's quest for high-rise honey
13 The big battle of the brands
14 Low marks linked to schizophrenia
15 'I can surf but I can't have a bath'
16 Cheese and ale
17 Goodbye, Passwords. You Aren't a Good Defense.
18 A Modified Tricycle In Use
19 announces Playbuntu
20 Judge orders halt to Defcon speech on subway card hacking
21 uTorrent 1.8 Released, Mac Version Coming Soon
22 Security Tightened In China After Stabbing
23 AIDS Prevention Gives Short Shrift To Gays
24 Mid-Summer Skin Cancer Alert
25 MBTA Fare Card Hacked, MIT Students Claim
26 Federal judge halts Defcon talk on subway card hacking
27 MIT Students Accused Of Tampering With Secured Information
28 T sues 3 students before hacker show
29 MIT students barred from exposing MBTA security flaws
30 Ignoring poisons back here on Earth
31 Soil Studies Continue at Site of Phoenix Mars Lander
32 Microsoft launches open source lab in RP
33 Pravda, Sutor, and IBM Linux
34 After Anthrax Scientist's Threats, Counselor Faced a Hard Choice
35 Clashing portraits emerge of anthrax suspect
36 Alleged Scheme Involved Homeless
37 Egg Shortages Stalling Stem Cell Research
38 $5,000 reward for stolen surfer statue in Redondo Beach
39 Statue of George Freeth, who brought surfing to California, stolen from pier
40 No evidence to support 'organic is best'
41 CERN announces start-up date for Large Hadron Collider
42 Kites could provide electricity for 100,000 homes
43 Some Web sites remain blocked at Beijing Olympics
44 Iconic stone arch collapses in southern Utah park
45 Scientists identify another piece of the weight-control puzzle
46 In scientific first, researchers correct decline in organ function associated with old age
47 Scientists discover networks of metal nanoparticles are culprits in alloy corrosion
48 Large area transistors get helping hand from quantum effects
49 A first in integrated nanowire sensor circuitry
50 Shape, not just size, impacts effectiveness of emerging nanomedicine therapies
51 New nanotechnology tagging system to help solve gun crime
52 Practical Cloaking Devices On The Horizon?
53 Compressor-free refrigerator may loom in the future
54 Beijing to remain humid and hazy for coming week
55 California eyes cattails to combat climate change
56 iPhones-Macintosh computers become apples of hackers' eyes
57 US judge gags subway card hackers
58 From 3-D to 6-D: Researchers developing super-realistic image system
59 'Wurst' fears allayed as Swiss sausage saved
60 African 'tree of life' recast as European superfruit
61 Counting sheep easier in New Zealand now
62 Americans try to see the bright side of high gas prices
63 Humans' response to risk can be unnecessarily dangerous, study
64 Multi-tasking maggots in superbug showdown
65 Extreme appeal: voters trust extreme positions more than moderate ones, study finds
66 Complete Neandertal mitochondrial genome sequenced from 38,000-year-old bone
67 Barbadians slam discovery, naming of tiny snake
68 No-nose bicycle saddles improve penile sensation and erectile function in bicycling police officers
69 Black girls who use marijuana engage in riskier sex, have higher STD rate
70 A new light on the brains of people with borderline personality disorder
71 Whom do we fear or trust? Faces instantly guide us, scientists say
72 Study: Spices may protect against consequences of high blood sugar
73 Researchers to begin study aimed at helping Latino HIV patients
74 Cavemen vs. Us: Who'd Win the Evolution Olympics?
75 Why Do Women Live Longer Than Men?
76 Crimeware Pays
77 Banned Words Make For Fun Research
78 Symmetric Bat Flight
79 The Innumeracy of Intellectuals
80 Seeing Human
81 Three Engineers, Hundreds of Robots, One Warehouse
82 Fish lie
83 New Material Could Make Objects Invisible
84 What is Blood Doping?
85 Iconic Stone Arch Collapses in Utah Park
86 Barbadians Slam Discovery, Naming of Tiny Snake
87 Losing the Yeti in Forgotten Nation of Bhutan
88 Cougar's movements betrayed by claw analysis
89 Alkaloids produced by genetically engineered yeast
90 Satellites help explain Greenland ice loss mystery
91 Early Europeans quickly got a taste for milk
92 How recycling could keep your organs young
93 Scientists Identify Another Piece of the Weight-Control Puzzle
94 Georgia Under Online Assault
95 Large Hadron Collider Begins Testing
96 Video: Emergency Room Stroke Exam with a Webcam
97 'Paris for President' Parody Strikes Viral Gold
98 Federal Judge in DefCon Case Equates Speech with Hacking
99 DefCon: Boston Subway Officials Sue to Stop Talk on Fare Card Hacks--Update: Restraining Order Issued; Talk Cancelled
100 Some Web sites remain blocked at Beijing Olympics
101 Apple Reviews NetShare; Permanent Ban Likely
102 Garrett Brown Gives You a 'God's Eye' View of the Olympics
103 Aston Martin Unseats the Veyron As the World's Most Expensive Car
104 Barbadians slam discovery, naming of tiny snake
105 Pilots' reports on low fuel
106 Not just guns: Gazans smuggle lions into zoo
107 Baghdad zoo welcomes pair of US-donated tiger cubs
108 Cloned puppies may have exposed 31-year mystery
109 Jordan, Shell in talks to extract oil from huge shale reserves
110 African 'tree of life' recast as European superfruit
111 Scientists Create Mice Resistant to Obesity
112 Male circumcision could be even greater boon than thought
113 Should Clinical Trials Be Outsourced?
114 More Than Temperature Puts Elderly at Risk in Heat
115 A Tall, Cool Drink of...Sewage?
116 Reviews of Air Quality Are Mixed, and So Is Attendance
117 Choosing the Right Sleep Medicines, or None at All
118 Thinking About the Unthinkable
119 The Voices of Parkinson's Disease
120 Beet and Endive Salad With Walnuts
121 Sauteed Beet Greens With Garlic and Olive Oil
122 Is Stretching All It's Cracked Up to Be?
123 Sorting Out Coffee's Contradictions
124 Biologist: Tundra change is 'alarming'
125 Invisibility materials may be seen soon
126 Compressed air cars eyed by industry
127 Asian long-horned beetle found in Chicago
128 Canada releases once-infested elk herd
129 Some acidophilus drugs recalled in Canada
130 Software might be able to predict disease
131 Bacteria might some day be fuel producers
132 Scientists test model of motion perception
133 Study determines how chemo kills tumors
134 Marine bacteria might help fight cancer
135 Study finds dark matter may be near Earth
136 Dean Foundation Conducting Study On Alzheimer's Drug
137 Inside offers no escape from pollution
138 Berkeley Scientists Tinkering With Invisibility
139 Intel to sell its new generation 'Nehalem' chip as Core i7
140 Calif. lawmakers weigh chemical ban in baby items
141 The secret of Maya green
142 Prehistoric mom and dad
143 German scientists dig for their own Stonehenge
144 American Indian artifacts found
145 Huge olive press from 6th century uncovered in Galilee
146 Could Confederate surrender paper be original?
147 'Lucy' v. Neanderthal v. Us: Who Wins All-Time Olympics?
148 European woman 'arrived in New Zealand before Captain Cook'
149 Viking longship returns to home port after epic sail
150 Roads an ice rink as winter goes white
151 Lab monkeys accidentally killed
152 Loved dog lives on in clones
153 Concrete cuts pollution
154 Eye camera may give sight to blind
155 Extinction warning tempers ape find joy
156 Martian soil no bed of roses after all
157 Review of primates finds 303 species threatened
158 American AIDS stats 'short by 40pc'
159 James Cook logs shed light on global climate
160 Dolphin find may make marine history
161 Comcast tech calls grandpa a crook and disconnects him
162 SFMOMA's Director of Visitor Relations forcibly removes photographer, even though photography is allowed in SFMOMA
163 Working Medeco high-security keys can be whittled out of plastic
164 Creative things to do with junkmail
165 Dog cloner suspected to be kidnapper of Mormon missionary sex slave in 1978
166 Fingerprint test reveals if owner has touched drugs, explosives, and poisons
167 Perineum-crushing bike seats give cycle cops "penile numbness" and erectile dysfunction
168 Controlling copies isn't necessarily part of an artist's livelihood, but getting them accurately attributed is
169 Better way to recycle computers
170 Buildings designed by termites
171 Bulgarian archaeologists unearth Thracian carriage
172 Big birds breeding out of control in Germany
173 Fishing ban finally gives Ohrid trout a lease on life
174 Phoenix Mission 'Definitely' Finds Water Ice on Mars: UPDATE
175 9 Questions About Robots in Space For NASA Innovator Brian Wilcox
176 Is MIT's Latest Solar 'Breakthrough' All Hype or a New Hope?
177 Rise of the Game-Playing Machines
178 Face to Face With our Own Perceptions
179 Slow Internet: Glitch or Malicious Interference?
180 Gaming Addiction a Growing Concern
181 The Truth About Table Tennis
182 Dark Matter Hits Close to Home
183 There May Be Blood