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1 A Pain in the Ash: Volcano Irritates Alaskans
2 'No Turning Back': Teens Abuse HIV Drugs
3 Baby Broccoli May Help Prevent Stomach Cancer: Study
4 Stars' Mantra: Get 1M Kids to Meditate
5 Oestrogen boosts fat stores in woman
6 Technology decodes Alhambra inscriptions
7 Firefighting gear for future spacecraft
8 Security cameras clue to fireball
9 UK biodiversity still in decline
10 Net firms start storing user data
11 IBM-Sun takeover talks 'collapse'
12 Google sees voice search as core
13 Campaigners warn of user data creep
14 When the network invades your dreams
15 Bone-repairing stem cell jab hope
16 Keyhole for old artificial valves
17 Cancer risk 'not changing habits'
18 How scratching can stop an itch
19 Baby broccoli 'controls gut bug'
20 Surgeon's 100th Indian operation
21 Gaza feud puts patients at risk
22 IBM Pulls Offer To Buy Sun Microsystems
23 Feature Films On YouTube?
24 Dolly Parton: The Real Queen Of All Media
25 U.S., Allies Condemn N. Korea's Dud Launch
26 Relief From Itch Seen In Nerves; May Aid Treatment
27 Alaska's Mount Redoubt Has Another Large Eruption
28 Hazardous Health Insurance
29 The Recession's Impact: Closing The Clinic
30 Sun Shares Plunge As IBM Talks Stall
31 IBM withdraws $7 billion offer for Sun Microsystems
32 Four hot rumors about the upcoming iPhone III
33 Reports: Next-Gen. iPhone To Have 802.11n, FM Radio, Video Editing
34 Seven Steps to the iPhone Developer's World
35 Next-Generation iPhone Theoretically Capable of FM Radio Reception and Transmission?
36 Microsoft: 96% Of Netbooks Run Windows
37 Microsoft's Netbook Conundrum
38 Twitter remains blurry about possible Google acquisition
39 Laptop Hunters, Take 2: Still Unconvincing
40 Video: Apple fans say Microsoft ad was faked
41 Barclays says Apple has more than doubled iPhone production
42 Barclays raises its Apple target 26%
43 Barclays ups Apple figures on iPhone, mystery device
44 Survey reveals massive loss of Antarctica glaciers
45 Antarctica Ice Shelves Disappearing
46 An Antarctic ice shelf has disappeared: scientists
47 Ice Bridge Holding Antarctic Shelf in Place Shatters
48 mocoNews--Skype's iPhone App Sparks Wireless Net Neutrality Debate
49 The iPhone App Made Betty Crocker Cool, But Will It Work For You?
50 More Apps Downloaded by T-Mobile G1 Users than iPhone Users
51 Is This Really Dell's Netbook Road Map?
52 Dell 'Leaked' Laptop Roadmap Seems Fishy to Me
53 Windows XP Death Date Pushed Beyond Windows 7 Release
54 Report: Microsoft to give free Windows 7 upgrades to XP downgraders
55 Google and Apple should join the Firefox party
56 Firefox hits 35% market share in Europe, 22% globally
57 Mozilla marches on despite unveiling of IE8
58 Yahoo Music opening pages to YouTube, others
59 OpenMoko hits a snag, hangs up on its next-gen phone
60 Openmoko discontinues development of FreeRunner Linux handset
61 Twitter 101, Part 2
62 What's all the Twitter about?
63 Full-length Sony Pictures movies coming to YouTube?
64 YouTube, Sony Pictures in talks over feature films
65 YouTube in video talks with Sony Pictures
66 Health Buzz: Broccoli and Your Stomach and Other Health News
67 Baby Broccoli Sprouts and Marijuana THC Keep Cancer at Bay
68 Study Finds Broccoli Sprouts have Ulcer & Stomach Cancer Prevention Potential
69 Broccoli sprouts show potential against stomach cancer
70 Stem-cell injections could help heal fractures and treat bone diseases
71 Magnetized Stem Cell Shot Could Repair Bones & Joints
72 Development Of Stem Cell Treatments In UK At Risk, Studies
73 Experts gather to discuss stem cell topics in Singapore
74 Cells in Spinal Cord May Be Scratching That Itch
75 Itching a Scratch Triggers Nerves in Spinal Cord
76 Scientists Show Why Scratching Relieves Itching
77 Itching for relief? Scratch away, say scientists
78 Scientists explain why scratching helps relieve an itch
79 Zimbabwe: Multiple Sexual Partners Fuel HIV
80 Dozens line up for marijuana cards
81 State now accepting applications for medicinal marijuana
82 Georgia might close caves to protect bats
83 Va bat fungus prompts no-caving warning
84 An exam you can't afford to skip
85 There Is A 'Cure' For Colorectal Cancer
86 Virginia is seeing a benefit in requiring insurers to cover colonoscopies
87 Complex Geology Behind the Italian Earthquake
88 Generation Gap: Robo-Kids Are the Future
89 Scientist Predicts 2009's Best Baseball Teams
90 How Baseball Players Catch Fly Balls
91 Diet Tip: Watch What You Drink
92 Phone Software Reminds Muslims When to Pray
93 Muslim students weigh in on evolution
94 UK budget crunch knocks out Big Bang telescopes
95 A tiny litmus test for cells
96 Italian authorities dismissed quake warning
97 Airlines want governments to be stricter on emissions
98 The five ages of the brain: Old age
99 Why a good scratch quells an itch
100 Recycled plastics giving criminals a break
101 Congress delays Obama's green push
102 Russian rocket plans may prompt new space race
103 Red pandas reveal unexpected liking for sweetener
104 Code red: How deep reef fish keep in touch
105 Sun Dial Uses Mobile Phones to Alert Muslims to Prayer
106 Exceptional Archaeological "Foot" Discovery in Jordan Valley
107 Can Organic Cropping Systems be as Profitable as Conventional Systems?
108 Cheers! Cornell Opens Its New Teaching Winery
109 If It's Made, It Involves Them: Heat Treaters Mobilize to Meet Key Challenges
110 Researchers Develop New Way to See Single RNA Molecules in Living Cells
111 New Approach to Splitting Water
112 Cells in Spinal Cord May Be Scratching That Itch
113 Empire State Building Plans Environmental Retrofit
114 Brain Researchers Open Door to Editing Memory
115 Inquiry Is Opened Into Death of Last Known Jaguar in U.S.
116 A List of the Most Wanted, by the E.P.A.
117 Ice Bridge Holding Antarctic Shelf in Place Shatters
118 Concrete Is Remixed With Environment in Mind
119 Answering Baseball's What-Ifs
120 Hal, Call Your Office: Computers That Act Like Physicists
121 Staying Put on Earth, Taking a Step to Mars
122 The Biggest of Puzzles Brought Down to Size
123 Treating an Illness Is One Thing. What About a Patient With Many?
124 A Census Taker for Penguins in Argentina: A Conversation With Dee Boersma
125 Single Gene Shapes the Toil of Ants' Fighter and Forager Castes
126 Why ET's genetic code could be just like ours
127 Chrysler's Electric Vehicles Will Use A123 Batteries
128 Why IBM Needs Sun
129 The Best Computer Interfaces: Past, Present, and Future
130 Can GM's Volt Save the Company?