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1 Everything old is new again: Reading books on your iPhone
2 Two More iPhone Book Apps: Shortcovers and Iceberg
3 Shortcovers turns iPhones into electronic books
4 Shortcovers turns iPhones into electronic books
5 Big particle collider to restart in September
6 Grandma's moistening kettle may have held off flu
7 Study: Birds shifting north; global warming cited
8 Unmanned Russian cargo ship heads to space station
9 Time To Put Darwin in His Place
10 Homeland Security chief vists storm-weary Ky.
11 Senate Passes Stimulus Bill Containing $1.3 Billion for NASA
12 Star Emits Intense Celestial Fireworks
13 Europe extends three key space missions
14 Mich. zoo offers peek into animals' sex lives
15 Beauty beasts strut stuff in US dog show
16 N/A
17 Study shows long-term benefits of Rituxan
18 Scientists Heartened at Prospect of End to Stem Cell Ban
19 Salazar rejects Bush drilling plan
20 US Interior Secretary breaks with 'drill-only' energy policy
21 Can algae save the world--again?
22 Body Language Reveals Wealth
23 Grandma's moistening kettle may have held off flu
24 Japan scientists identify enzyme that may suppress cancer
25 Sobering results for cost-cutting Medicare project
26 Medical society probes octuplet fertility doctor
27 Huge study boosts disappointment on multivitamins
28 How to help patients make wiser health choices
29 Mother's Obesity Raises Risk of Birth Defects
30 Mich. zoo offers peek into animals' sex lives
31 Cash-strapped U.S. patients may be skipping drugs
32 Changing habits may not lower blood pressure
33 Too much vitamin E during pregnancy may harm baby
34 Mediterranean Diet Aids the Aging Brain: Study
35 Medicare Faces Challenges Caring for Chronically Ill
36 Genes Help Cancer-Linked Viruses Elude Immune System
37 Black-white gap mars endometrial cancer survival
38 Spain withdraws cervical cancer shot after illnesses
39 N/A
40 Awaiting Obama's Second Web Act
41 Harnessing Hamster Power with a Nanogenerator
42 Hybrids Powered by Air
43 America's First CTO?
44 A Laser That Heals Surgeons' Incisions
45 Australia declared measles free
46 Martian volcano could shelter life
47 Thirty mummies found in Egyptian tomb
48 Mexico Unearths Mass Grave From Spanish Conquest
49 Get Shorty
50 Hundreds of TV Stations to End Analog on Feb. 17
51 Can We End the Nuclear Threat?
52 Happy Birthday Darwin; Hello Homo Evolutis
53 Blowin' in the Wind: Turbines Take Off
54 Ask Dr. Marie: Mammograms Not Always a Good Idea
55 Researchers Link Obesity to Birth Defects
56 Five Ways Women Can Avoid Heart Attack
57 Survey Says...Men, Women on Valentine's Day
58 Police: Professor Beaten to Death by Autistic Son
59 Lawmakers Examine Peanut Recall
60 Therapists Say Kinky Sex Is on the Rise
61 Study debunks illegitimacy 'myth'
62 German guile won Queen Nefertiti
63 UK's CO2 plan 'certain to fail'
64 Dolphins rescued off Philippines
65 Diary: New Guinea's secret species
66 Malicious insider attacks to rise
67 Tories admit to Wiki-alteration
68 TalkTalk customers' ongoing woes
69 Time-saving tech for Derby police
70 New service is all in a day's SMS
71 1bn pounds 'spy jets' join RAF squadron
72 Are you still reading?
73 Spotify versus
74 Prostate cancer urine test hope
75 Arrests in Nigeria baby poisoning
76 Obese mothers 'risk spina bifida'
77 Regular eggs 'no harm to health'
78 Time to 'reclaim the night' for sleep
79 Lesotho Aids diary: Counsellor
80 U.S. And Russian Satellites Collide
81 Errors High As Mich. Crime Labs Swamped
82 California Ponders Bird Migration Changes
83 25% Of TV Stations Stay With Digital Plans
84 Big Bang Machine's Restart Delayed Again
85 Why A $99 iPhone Is Bad For Apple
86 Firefox Mobile Pre-Alpha Now Available for VGA Windows Mobile Phones
87 Rubik's TouchCube Is The World's First Touchscreen Rubik's Cube
88 Google surges in U.S. search engine rankings
89 Microsoft gets 10,000th patent
90 Web "Predator Panic" A Risky Distraction
91 N/A
92 Sweet! Cotton Candy May Help Labs Grow Tissue
93 Medicare Cost-Cutting Project Disappoints
94 Peanut CEO Takes The Fifth
95 Toddler Survived 18 Minutes Under Water
96 RIM sees profit at low end of range, shares tumble
97 Lincoln, Darwin and Gay Marriage
98 On 'Darwin Day,' many Americans beg to differ
99 I'd love to tell Darwin he was right all along
100 Charles Darwin and Associates, Ghostbusters
101 Intelligent Design: 'Culture' or science?
102 Could Shortcovers Throw Water on the Kindle?
103 Kindle's New Challenger Brings E-Books to iPhones
104 Google's Grid Meter Looks to Save Homeowners Some Green
105 Authors Guild to Amazon Kindle: Shut up
106 Smartphones, Authors' Guild challenge Kindle 2
107 Authors Guild Claims Kindle 2 Text-to-Speech Somehow Violates Copyright
108 Book publishers object to Kindle's text-to-voice feature
109 Facebook-UConnect Settlement Valued At $65 Million
110 Google Brings Location-Awareness to Email
111 Gmail Offering Automtic [sic] Location-Based Signatures
112 Google Adds Location Info to Gmail Signatures
113 EU's charges against Microsoft over IE 'just silly,' says expert
114 Mozilla doesn't need an EU bailout
115 Should Mozilla stay out of the whole IE/EU antitrust mess?
116 Google axed Android multitouch at Apple's request?
117 Dataviz Promises iPhone, Android Mobile Office Apps
118 There Are Too Many Social Networks--or Not
119 Build Business Using Social Networks
120 Report: Apple to Introduce $99 Entry-Level iPhone
121 Mike Abramsky's bad RIM advice
122 How Will $99 iPhone Impact Phone, Music Businesses?
123 Analyst sees a $99 crippled iPhone in your future
124 The elusive $99 iPhone may lose 3G, GPS
125 Firm reiterates claims of entry-level iPhone this spring
126 Peanut company officials spurn Congress' questions
127 Key Piece to Prostate Cancer Puzzle Found
128 Advance reported on identifying aggressive prostate tumors
129 Urine Test May One Day Predict Prostate Cancer
130 A better tip-off for prostate cancer
131 A Urine Test for Prostate Cancer?
132 Researchers: New Urine Test Could Detect Aggressive Prostate Cancer
133 Driving Test For Alzheimer's Patients
134 Brain scan may reveal risk for Alzheimer's disease
135 Injection boosts memory in Alzheimer's animals
136 Surgery makes artificial arms easier to control
137 Targeted Muscle Reinnervation Improves Prosthetic Control
138 Surgery Improves Use of Artificial Arms
139 Long-Term Aspirin Use Seems to Protect Against Colorectal Lesions
140 Daily Aspirin Use May Reduce Colorectal Cancer Risk (Update1)
141 Aspirin may curb precancerous colon polyps' return
142 Vaginal Gel Cuts Women's HIV Risk
143 Drugs Are Found to Block HIV In Monkeys
144 U of M: Road salt ending up in area lakes and rivers
145 Warning Made for Road Salt Tainting Minnesota's Lakes, Rivers
146 Black-white gap mars endometrial cancer survival