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1 Animal Oddities
2 Microsoft's Newest Browser May Block Ads
3 Comcast to Make Monthly Internet Use Cap Official
4 Hi-Tech Gear for the Home, School and Office
5 Strange New World: Picks of the Week
6 Palin's Husband Races Across Alaska
7 David Duchovny Enters Rehab for Sex Addiction
8 Court: US Can Block Mad Cow Testing
9 OOPS: Magazines Recall Poisonous Recipes
10 Single Moms' Sons Can Succeed, New Research Shows
11 New giant clam species discovered
12 Boy has shoulder made from elbow
13 Future features in London expo
14 XXX Files: Duchovny Admits Sex Addiction
15 The GigaOM 250 GB Challenge & 5 Tools To Monitor Your Bandwidth Consumption
16 Memo To Comcast: Show Us the Meter for Metered Broadband
17 Ubuntu Keeps Building Momentum by Q Hartman
18 Google's Android Market: cathedral or bazaar?
19 Amazon's Mechanical Turk Used for Fraudulent Activities
20 Fractal Art: Complex and Beautiful Color Inspiration
21 'Facebook: The Movie': Now, who should play Mark Zuckerberg?
22 Lights Out? Experts Fear Fireflies Are Dwindling
23 Huge Medical Bills You Shouldn't Pay
24 Schools Selling Junk Food To Teens
25 Study Reveals Wide Global Health Gap
26 Chin Implants For Men Latest "In" Thing
27 Arctic ice on the verge of another all-time low
28 Study says eyes evolved for X-Ray vision
29 Immaterial display allows viewers to handle 3D images in air
30 A clash of clusters provides another clue to dark matter
31 Entanglement without Classical Correlations
32 Scientists identify quantum differences between light and heavy water
33 'Space Cube' could be world's smallest PC
34 Scientists discover why flies are so hard to swat
35 Scientists reveal effects of quantum 'traffic jam' in high-temperature superconductors
36 Big step in tiny technology
37 Scientists create DNA tubes with programmable sizes for nanoscale manufacturing
38 Northeastern University Physicists Develop Nano-Optical Lens
39 Japanese physicists aim to unlock universe's mysteries
40 Scientists take the sharpest image ever made with light
41 Magnetism and Superconductivity Observed to Exist in Harmony
42 The hunt for the Higgs steps up a gear
43 'Single-Crystal' Superconductors are a Big Step for the Field
44 Single photon detectors for telecommunications wavelengths
45 Why is Greenland covered in ice?
46 Scientists discover minimum mass for galaxies
47 Methane gas oozing up from Siberian seabed: Swedish researcher
48 Antarctic research helps shed light on climate change on Mars
49 Stop & Shop Supermarket Chain Goes Hi-Tech
50 Philips Research reveals ultra-thin backlight technology for TVs
51 Sony to launch world's slimmest 40-inch LCD TV
52 Review: A $130 phone headset helpfully talks back
53 Small GPS devices help prosecutors win convictions
54 Futuristic fridges invade Berlin consumer electronics show
55 Samsung Introduces High-performance, Low-density, SATA II SSDs
56 Eyes turn to dawn of 'visual computing'
57 Microsoft's newest browser may block ads
58 Consumers picked to test hydrogen car prototypes
59 Sony Develops World's Highest Optical Output 7.2W, 635nm Red Semiconductor Laser Array
60 USC's 'print-a-house' construction technology
61 Millions of young Chinese addicted to 'unhealthy' Internet games: report
62 FAA outage reveals odd computing practices
63 Biophysical method may help to recover hearing
64 Lights out? Experts fear fireflies are dwindling
65 Breakthrough could help combat superbugs
66 No more big stink: scent lures mosquitoes, but humans can't smell it
67 Chemist Discovers the Elusive Chemical Middleman That Removes Acid Rain
68 Diversity among parasitic wasps is even greater than suspected
69 Study shows more genes are controlled by biological clocks
70 Engineers create bone that blends into tendons
71 Scientists uncover new field of research that could help police in crime scene forensics
72 Reckless Spending, Not Illness or Job Loss, Causes Most Bankruptcy
73 Key discovered to cold tolerance in corn
74 A novel approach in the molecular differentiation of prion strains
75 Why Strawberry Jam is More Regulated than Cigarettes
76 Americans show little tolerance for mental illness despite growing belief in genetic cause
77 Court: US can block mad cow testing
78 87 salmonella cases reported across Quebec
79 Scientists examine bird flu infections to monitor for 'pandemic' mutations
80 World first: Lasers used in keyhole surgery for brain cancer
81 Drunken-driving deaths fall in 32 states
82 Sharp rise in alcoholism among Swedish women: report
83 Flu shot does not reduce risk of death
84 Location, location, location important for genes, too
85 Researchers devise means to create blood by identifying earliest stem cells
86 Heavy breathing--an obscure link in asthma and obesity
87 Moving Security to the Cloud
88 Dries Buytaert, 29: Drupal--Simple, flexible Web publishing
89 Web App Writers: Rejoice, Beware
90 A Genetic Link for Vision Loss
91 Does the U.S. Need a CTO?
92 Neutralizing Fluorocarbons
93 Tiny Drug Transporters
94 2008 Young Innovator: Jack Dorsey, 31: Twitter
95 A Helping Hand for Surgery
96 A Stem-Cell Revolution
97 Tesla Roadster
98 Road Tolls Hacked
99 ISS Orbit Adjusted To Dodge Space Junk
100 Drilling Down To Alien Oceans
101 Phoenix Lander Pictures Show Robotic Arm's Workspace After 90 Sols
102 Eyes turn to dawn of 'visual computing'
103 Cluster Examines Earth-Escaping Ions
104 Amateur Astronomers Win Time On Canada's MOST Space Telescope
105 NAVIGON Delivers Free Real-Time Traffic Updates For Life
106 OPIS Launches iGas iPhone App To Help Consumers Shop For Fuel
107 US mulls scrapping nuclear pact with Russia
108 New LIDAR System Sees The Sky In 3D
109 Canada asks Inuit, others for input on safeguarding polar bears
110 Behind the iPhone Software 2.0.2 fix to reduce dropped calls
111 Apple details next-gen multi-touch techniques for tablet Macs
112 iPhone 3G finally reaching supply and demand balance
113 Apple may be working with AT&T on iPhone tethering plan
114 U.S. Army increasingly using custom iPods as field translators
115 Apple signs government-focussed integrator
116 BBEdit 9
117 Oh, it is [somewhat] Apple's fault...
118 Apple discussing tethering with AT&T
119 iPhone double-tap bug fix coming
120 Apple patent application describes 'MacBook touch'
121 Why the iPhone 3G sometimes dropped calls and what Apple's iPhone 2.0.2 fixed
122 Bare Bones ships BBEdit 9.0
123 College students buying Macs in record numbers
124 Panic updates Coda to version 1.5; one-window web development for Apple Mac
125 Rogers extends limited-time iPhone prices, revamps data plans
126 Beleaguered Dell's earnings plummet 17% as PC box assembler sees slowdown
127 Apple iPods aid U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan
128 Apple releases Apple ProRes QuickTime Decoder 1.0 for Mac and Windows
129 RUMOR: Apple and AT&T prepping iPhone tethering plan
130 Analyst: Apple finally catching up U.S. iPhone 3G supply to demand
131 RUMOR: China Mobile to subsidize Apple iPhone
132 Analyst: Most Canuck iPhone users 'not yet into the guts' of what Apple's device can really deliver
133 Comcast officially caps monthly Internet use at 250GB
134 TinyBooks 6 released; family and small business accounting software for Mac
135 'Mac cloner' Psystar: Apple illegally destroys competition
136 AP hit piece conjures up old iPod, iPhone 'woes'
137 McCain's veep pick Sarah Palin and technology
138 Apple looking to allow iPhone tethering?
139 Apple dominates as most-sought computer brand
140 China Mobile ready to subsidize iPhones?
141 First Look: BBEdit 9.0, text editor