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1 Road Tolls Hacked
2 Research Aims to Put Tongues in Control of Devices
3 Healthy Dose: How Medical Records Can Save Your Life
4 Ancient Principle Fuels Modern Heart Device
5 Nanomaterial cleans up fluorescent bulbs
6 Scientists identify childhood cancer gene
7 Fire management neglecting animals
8 Sky survey yields new cosmic haul
9 Aggressive TB treatment 'success'
10 Alpine melt reveals ancient life
11 As Games End, China's Luster Is Tarnished
12 Google: "No Trespassing" signs won't stop Street View
13 Apple's Ambitious iPhone 3G Plans
14 Google's food perks on the chopping block
15 Your printer is lying to you
16 Critics Say Border Fence Causing Flooding
17 Irradiation step doesn't quiet debate on FDA moves
18 FDA Schedules Hearing On The Use Of Irradiation In Beef
19 Face operations pave way for full transplant
20 New Federal Protections for Healthcare Workers Opposed to Abortion
21 Editorial: Bush administration proposal is an attack on reproductive health
22 Finally Out: This Is The Way DEET Works
23 What Bugs Mosquitoes? Smelling DEET
24 Bugged [why mosquitos hate DEET]
25 How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species
26 Future for clean energy lies in 'big bang' of evolution
27 State's first single incision robotic kidney removal
28 New approach needed to tackle child abuse and neglect
29 CSHL scientists identify new drug target against virulent type of breast cancer
30 New study shows health benefits of probiotic could extend to the entire body
31 Heavy metal link to mutations, low growth and fertility among crustaceans in Sydney Harbor tributary
32 Building a stronger roof over your head: '3 little pigs' project begins first tests
33 Nano-sized 'trojan horse' to aid nutrition
34 Carnegie Mellon system thwarts Internet eavesdropping
35 80 percent of adolescents who play sports don't smoke
36 75 percent of athletes' parents let their child skip exams for a game
37 Nano-sized 'trojan horse' to aid nutrition
38 Why wind turbines can mean death for bats
39 New study shows health benefits of probiotic could extend to the entire body
40 Heavy metal link to mutations, low growth and fertility among crustaceans in Sydney Harbor tributary
41 Future for clean energy lies in 'big bang' of evolution
42 Building a Stronger Roof Over Your Head: 'Three Little Pigs' Project Begins First Tests
43 Alcohol consumption can cause too much cell death, fetal abnormalities
44 CSHL scientists identify new drug target against virulent type of breast cancer
45 How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species
46 Anti-Cancer Flower Power
47 Discovery opens door for drugs to fight bird flu, other influenza epidemics
48 8 of every 10 Spanish adolescents who play a sport do not smoke, and more than 40% do not practice any physical activity
49 State's first single incision robotic kidney removal
50 Small Packages Trick People to Eat More
51 Giant Galaxy Cluster Seen in Early Universe
52 Photo Shows Stars Born in Huge Cosmic Wombs
53 US Colleges Ditching Cafeteria Trays
54 Falling With Style: Geckos Count on Tails
55 How the Roaring Twenties Changed the World
56 Wind turbines make bat lungs explode
57 Self-help software to soothe stressed astronauts
58 How 'Secondary' Sex Characters Can Drive the Origin of Species
59 Drilling Boom Revives Hopes for Natural Gas
60 A Teacher on the Front Line as Faith and Science Clash
61 At Conference on the Risks to Earth, Few Are Optimistic
62 Hubble Images Solve Galactic Filament Mystery
63 How the Nose Sniffs Danger in the Air
64 Vote in Alaska Puts Question: Gold or Fish?
65 Rosetta meets asteroid Steins
66 XMM-Newton discovers the most massive cluster of galaxies
67 Heavy metal pollutants linked to mutations among crustaceans in Parramatta River
68 Advocates call for a new approach to tackling child abuse and neglect
69 Three quarters of athletes' parents let their child skip exams for a game
70 Researchers design nano-sized 'trojan horse' to aid nutrition
71 Clean energy's future lies in 'big bang' of evolution
72 New system thwarts Internet eavesdropping
73 Researchers identify new drug target against virulent type of breast cancer
74 'Secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of beetle species
75 Michigan's first single incision robotic kidney removal
76 Eighty percent of Spanish adolescents who play a sport do not smoke
77 Researchers determine 3-D structure of a key site on a flu protein
78 Alcohol consumption can cause too much cell death
79 Wind turbines--a life-threatening hazard for bats
80 Road Tolls Hacked
81 Where Cell Phones Go to Die
82 System thwarts Internet eavesdropping
83 Operating quantum memory at room temperature
84 How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species
85 Catalyst for water oxidation adopted from plants: a means for energy-efficient production of hydrogen?
86 Nano-sized 'trojan horse' to aid nutrition
87 Indonesia's 'Tree Man' goes home after wart surgery
88 Strong quake rattles New Zealand, minor damage reported
89 US-Russia chill threatens NASA space program
90 Global warming time bomb trapped in Arctic soil: study
91 Building a stronger roof over your head: '3 little pigs' project begins first tests
92 Research aims to put tongues in control of devices
93 Stem cells stand up for themselves
94 Why wind turbines can mean death for bats
95 Future for clean energy lies in 'big bang' of evolution
96 Discovery opens door for drugs to fight bird flu, other influenza epidemics
97 New hope for stroke patients
98 Anti-cancer flower power
99 Victims of Britain's tainted blood scandal speak
100 New study shows health benefits of probiotic could extend to the entire body
101 Liquid Water in the Martian North
102 Generations Of Stars Pose For Family Portrait
103 Meteorite Fast Track
104 GOCE To Look At The Earth Surface And Core
105 New Book Supports Theory Of Man The Hunted
106 GD To Produce Advanced Chemical Detection Systems For Ground Vehicles
107 Linde To Fuel Missouri's First Hydrogen Refuelling Station
108 Genomics Of Plant-Based Biofuels Highlighted In Journal Nature
109 Two years on, face transplant patients can smile: study
110 Japanese scientists seek quake secrets in Parthenon design
111 A Better Way To Make Hydrogen From Biofuels
112 Proposals made to solve Ares 1 rocket vibration worry
113 New Milky Way map reveals a complicated outer galaxy
114 Phoenix lander explores Mars site by trenching
115 Most black holes might come in only small and large
116 The interplanetary map-making maverick
117 Largest Squid Ever Caught Is "Giant, Gelatinous Blob"
118 Research aims to put tongues in control of devices
119 Giant Galaxy Cluster Seen in Early Universe
120 Three pandas born during final weekend of Olympics: reports
121 First mass U.S. crossing for hydrogen cars completed
122 Human exoskeleton suit helps paralyzed people walk
123 Apple investigating iTunes block in China
124 Next-gen MacBook Air CPU; Apple's SoHo neighbors complain
125 iPhone 3G sales hampered by Windows Mobile
126 Digg founder claims knowledge of 4G iPod nano, iTunes 8.0
127 Report: Mac adoption expanding in the enterprise
128 iPhone Software 2.1 to stifle open source copy-and-paste effort
129 MacBook Air Update
130 Firefox to gain enhanced JS performance
131 QuickBooks for iPhone
132 Briefly: HTC Touch Diamond vs. iPhone
133 T-Mobile claims over 120,000 iPhone 3Gs sold
134 iPhone 3G's connectivity put to the test
135 Mac clone maker goes up for sale
136 Verizon disseminating anti-iPhone tract?
137 Piper: Early results point to high Mac, iPod sales
138 Apple launches 'Off the Air' Get a Mac ad
139 MathMagic 5.8 Adds Support for QuarkExpress, LaTex
140 Wired: Carrier Networks Dictate iPhone 3G Performance
141 Review--Koi Pond
142 Antenna Tester Says iPhone 3G Checks Out OK
143 Monday's Mac Gadget--Want to Start Tweeting with Twitter? Check out twhirl!
144 TMO Quick Tip--Finder: Copying File Name Lists
145 TMO Quick Tip--iTunes: Trimming Tracks
146 Wired iPhone reception survey results
147 Techie Swedes prove iPhone 3G reception is "normal"
148 Terminal Tips: Make your Screensaver a desktop background
149 Free library of iPhone UI elements
150 Microsoft: We're not "cool enough" for Mac OS X
151 Mac sales set for another record quarter--analyst
152 IDF: Apple co-founder Wozniak bashes hacks
153 10 years since the iMac saved Apple
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