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1 New 2009 Mac Mini Prototype! "The Halftop!"
2 At M.I.T., Large Lectures Are Going the Way of the Blackboard
3 Mapping the Sea and Its Mysteries
4 A Microscopic Tool Inspired by the Human Hand
5 Anti-Love Drug May Be Ticket to Bliss
6 A Bicycle Evangelist With the Wind Now at His Back
7 Research Ties Human Acts to Harmful Rates of Species Evolution
8 Book Is Rallying Resistance to the Antivaccine Crusade
9 A Breakthrough in Imaging: Seeing a Virus in Three Dimensions
10 Making Room for Miss Manners Is a Parenting Basic
11 Really? The Claim: Chocolate Can Be Disruptive to Sleep
12 Misuse of Vicks VapoRub may harm infants and toddlers
13 High caffeine intake linked to hallucination proneness
14 Delusions associated with consistent pattern of brain injury
15 XMM-Newton measures speedy spin of rare celestial object
16 'Museomics' yields new insights into extinct Tasmanian tiger
17 Mobile phone use not associated with melanoma of the eye
18 Low-cost strategy developed for curbing computer worms
19 Smoking during pregnancy may impair thyroid function of mom and fetus
20 Letting infants watch TV can do more harm than good says wide-ranging international review
21 Study: Fish Oil for Preemies May Boost Cognition
22 Why Global Warming Portends a Food Crisis
23 First Rule of the Ant Colony: No Hanky-Panky
24 Exposing the Myth of Clean Coal Power
25 Preventing Colds May Be as Easy as Vitamin ZZZ
26 What You Need to Know About Drug-Resistant Flu
27 Caffeine Can Cause Hallucinations
28 Slacker Radio Makes Its Way to the iPhone
29 The Force Trainer "Will Be With You"
30 iPhone nano Still Coming, But Outside U.S. First: Report
31 Google and the Tea Kettle: Physicist Sets the Record Straight
32 The Creative Principle
33 Midas Touch: Finger Length Associated With Financial Success
34 Toyota Plans All-Electric Car for U.S. by 2012
35 The Serenade of the Sterile Mosquito
36 VW Teases with 55 MPG Turbodiesel Bluesport Roadster
37 Big 3 U.S. auto giants plug electric cars
38 National Safety Council Urges Total Ban on Cell Phones While Driving
39 First Dishwasher-Safe Wireless Keyboard Introduced
40 NASA tests scientific balloon 21 miles above Earth
41 OLPC Foundation Cuts Staff by 50%
42 Schlage LiNK Web-ifies Your Door Locks
43 Honey Saves New York Man's Leg From Amputation
44 California's Autism Increase Is No Myth, Study Says
45 Family Awarded $4.75 Million for Toxic Mold in House
46 Alzheimer's Hope as Gene in Women is Unmasked
47 Experts divided over mouthwash cancer claim
48 Stimulant exemptions in baseball on the rise
49 Gluten-free foods no longer flavor free
50 Belly Fat Makes Big Bad News
51 Want to Get Rich? Look at Your Hands
52 Zoos, Aquariums Face the Ax in NY, Elsewhere
53 How Your Zzzs Can Ward Off Disease
54 Centennial of Worst Inaugural Weather Upcoming
55 Sony Shock Again? Slump May Mean Operating Loss
56 Hardware Hacker Charged With Selling Cable Modems That Get Free Broadband
57 Yahoo Names Software Exec Bartz as New CEO
58 Mammoth Remains Had Never Been Found in That Location Before
59 Coming Soon to Your Closet: Clever Clothes
60 Ask Dr. Marie: Are Oprah's Ills Really Thyroid-Related?
61 Tampa, Seattle, Chicago Most Caffeinated U.S. Cities
62 How Your Zzzs Can Ward Off Disease
63 Sexually Spread Diseases up, Better Testing Cited
64 Vicks VapoRub Misuse May Hurt Infants
65 Finger Ratio: Science or Palm Readings?
66 Study: Hormone Replacement Therapy Might Shrink Brains
67 Nursing: Hot Job, High Pay--So Where Are the Takers?
68 Parents Consider Legal Action After Autistic Girl, 8, Arrested at School
69 The Great Health Care Bailout
70 Miami's Vices--Fast Food, TV--Make It Fattest; Salt Lake Fittest
71 Fueling Modern Pregnancy Myths
72 Challenge to plant methane link
73 World 'needs radical cuts' on CO2
74 Nigeria's gas profits 'up in smoke'
75 IBM team boosts MRI resolution
76 Earliest bird 'heard like an emu'
77 New soil map for African farmers
78 'English Galileo' maps on display
79 'Visions link' to coffee intake
80 Balance elusive in EU pesticide debate
81 Where should the elephants go?
82 Cheap fuel threatens emission cuts
83 'V-wing' turbine gets study cash
84 Gaza crisis spills onto the web
85 Yahoo names new chief executive
86 Surge in Chinese internet users
87 Dangerous coding errors revealed
88 Research hope for new power cells
89 Teen killed mother in Halo 3 row
90 Windows 7 now 'available to all'
91 Intel's Classmate comes to the UK
92 School's links to porn site end
93 E-tailing--has the revolution arrived?
94 Tech show in long economic shadow
95 CES 2009 video highlights
96 Arthritis 'woes' worse in women
97 DR Congo doctor is 'top African'
98 Herbal menopause cures lack proof
99 MRSA 'more complex than cleaning'
100 Apple's mini connector set to be part of DisplayPort standard
101 The PC World Challenge: 72 Hours of Windows 7!
102 Why Windows 7 should be a free upgrade
103 10 features Snow Leopard really needs
104 1 Out Of 100 Americans Is Being Stalked
105 Possible Mammoth Tusk Found On SoCal Island
106 Insurers Accused Of Underpaying Patients
107 Poor Sleep Increases Risk Of Getting Sick
108 Too Much Overtime Takes Mental Toll
109 With Economy Sour, Consumers Sweet On Herbal Meds
110 Nortel Files for Bankruptcy
111 First Look: New Web Browsers for iPhone
112 Apple allows third-party web browsers for the iPhone
113 Four Web Browsers Get In To Apple App Store--But Which Ones?
114 Radar for iPhone arrives, puts you at the center of nearby buzz
115 Apple Allows 3rd Party Web Browsers into App Store
116 Windows 7 beta users get AutoUpdate patch, fixes MP3 corruption issue
117 Daily Tidbits: China's Web users match total U.S. citizens
118 Chinese flock to Internet, despite government censors
119 Meanwhile, Internet Usage In China Still Booming
120 IBM garners most patents--again
121 HP focuses on patent quality, IBM on quantity
122 IBM opens access to patents
123 Panel Finds Technology Protecting Children on Web Lacking
124 Cell Phone Ban Would Make Roads Safer, Group Says
125 Peanut butter linked to salmonella outbreak is recalled
126 FDA Finds No Link So Far Between Asthma Drugs and Suicide Risk
127 Sleep may be best cure for the common cold
128 Poor Sleep Before Rhinovirus Exposure Linked to Lower Resistance to Illness
129 Kansas fails tobacco control test
130 Oakland No. 1 against smoking, lung group says
131 Rankings: Bay area a magnet as Tampa No. 1 in caffeine
132 Study: New Yorkers Among Top Caffeine Fiends
133 Which City In The U.S. Consumes The Most Caffeine?
134 New York is nation's fourth most caffeinated city: survey
135 Eyelash drug could mean the end of mascara
136 Lots...and Lots of Coffee Linked to Hallucinations, Study Finds
137 Seven Cups of Coffee a Day May Lead to Hallucinations (Update1)
138 Too Much Coffee Might Cause Hallucinations
139 Millions More Americans Might Be Placed on Statins
140 More May Benefit From Cholesterol Drugs
141 One in five middle-aged adults newly eligible for statins based on JUPITER
142 New Analysis Finds Statins Would Benefit 77 Million
143 JUPITER Findings Could Boost Statin Use by 20%
144 Millions more could benefit from statin therapy--US study
145 Antidepressants Help Treat Fibromyalgia
146 Certain Antidepressants Ease Fibromyalgia Symptoms
147 New Study: Antidepressants Help Patients with Fibromyalgia
148 Antidepressants Help Fibromyalgia Patients