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1 New smog limits to hit Bay Area counties hard
2 4.1 earthquake on Calaveras Fault shakes region
3 San Jose public libraries help students with math and science tutoring
4 Frozen Europe: 100s of flights canceled in Germany
5 CDC: Swine flu now widespread only in 1 state
6 Icy hazards persist through US, deep into South
7 U.S. government to release emergency heating subsidies
8 Cocaine Effects on Brain Genes Could Help Treat Addicts
9 Hubble-Hugging Astronaut Leaves NASA for Space Telescope
10 Conservationists file piracy claim against whalers
11 Turner bid for Yellowstone bison draws protest
12 Gates Foundation picks new head of ag program
13 Hero Pilot Gives NASA Safety Tips
14 Governors facing troubles as economy hits home
15 Spikes on Genitals Help Flies Hook Up
16 New smog rule could be a surprise to some counties
17 Where did SF Bay's sea lions go? Try Oregon Coast
18 Tea may prevent endometrial cancer, but needs study
19 Baby Boomers Still Doing Drugs as Seniors
20 Hominids Went Out of Africa on Rafts
21 Hands-On With the Alex: An Android-Powered, Dual-Screen Reader
22 Samsung E-Books Let You Read and Write
23 Online Gambling Boss Gets 33-Month Sentence
24 Study: Batteries--and EVs--Won't Get Cheaper Anytime Soon
25 Blazingly Fast Wireless HD Hits the Mainstream
26 Bee Colony Collapse May Have Several Causes
27 Court to FCC: You Don't Have Power to Enforce Net Neutrality
28 Crack New Scanner Looks for Bombs Inside Body Cavities
29 High-Tech Sex? Porn Flirts With the Cutting Edge
30 Industry Beats Drums for 3-D TV
31 James Lewis, Suspect in the 1982 Tylenol Killings, Submitted DNA, Print Samples
32 Bra Color Status on Facebook Goes Viral
33 Neanderthal 'make-up' discovered
34 Is Osama Bin Laden dead or alive?
35 Faith and charity in Indian temple town
36 Lancet urges China to tackle scientific fraud
37 'Wildlife in crisis' in frozen UK
38 Grey squirrels 'do not harm woodland birds in England'
39 Royal Institution former chief suing for discrimination
40 Wildlife huddles down to beat the cold
41 International nuclear bank--helping world peace?
42 Montenegro's .me domain name gain
43 Heart operation using MRI is world first
44 Dopamine levels in brain 'influence decision making'
45 Coloured lasers may offer a way to treat epilepsy
46 'Smoked' flavour food concerns
47 Xeroderma Pigmentosa means Alex, 15, must shun the sun
48 Turning wood into bones
49 Bra Color Meme Sweeps Facebook
50 Laser Comb, Cloning to Re-grow Hair?
51 CES: 3D Blu-ray Player Roundup
52 The 2010s: Freakin' Awesome-With Lasers
53 Courts Grill FCC Over Comcast Dispute
54 Is Net Neutrality In Trouble?
55 Why "Green" Wine Is Catching On
56 Japan's Interest In "Green Autos" Grows
57 Make Your Teeth Smile-Worthy!
58 Dealing with Enemies of Beautiful Skin
59 The Latest Cosmetic Surgery Has to Offer
60 Geezer Drug Use to Have Ripple Effect
61 Chokehold Sought on EPA Over Carbon Rules
62 Guilty Plea by Celeb Medical Record Snoop
63 2010 Consumer Electronics Show features less gloom than 2009's
64 Palm On the Right Path With Pre Plus, Pixi Plus
65 CES: Slate-mania grips PC makers
66 Three post-CES goals for Microsoft
67 Microsoft Pushes Tablet PCs, Windows 7 at CES, But Not Mobile
68 Microsoft Challenges I4i Patent Ruling on Word (Update2)
69 Microsoft Appeals i4i Word Case (Again)
70 Microsoft Asks for Rehearing in Word Case
71 The Macalope Weekly: Natural-born product category fillers
72 Top 10 Features the Apple Tablet MUST Have
73 Apple Working on Advanced Gesturing and Multi-Touch Version of iWork
74 Court Questions FCC Authority to Impose Net Neutrality
75 UPDATE 1--U.S. judges question FCC authority in Comcast case
76 Google Android Sees Second Coming at CES 2010
77 CES 2010: Nokia issues $1 million challenge to developers
78 Nokia Details Call for Innovation Contest
79 Facebook 'bra colour' status update craze 'raising breast cancer awareness'
80 Tweets (And More) Of The Week: Bras Gone Viral
81 CES 2010: Hands On with Parrot AR.Drone Quadricoptor
82 CES--More on the Intel App Up Store
83 CES 2010: Intel Unwraps "AppUp" Store For Developers
84 The hurdles facing Intel's 'AppUp' app store for Moblin and Windows netbooks
85 MagicJack meets cell tower as 'femtojack'
86 MagicJack Takes on Mobile Phone Companies with New Device
87 MagicJack promises lower cell phone fees
88 Nvidia Unveils Tegra 2: Targets Android Tablets
89 CES: Prototype Motorola tablet runs Android
90 Nvidia Says Tablets Showcase Its Chip Prowess
91 Nvidia CEO: Tablets Will Bite Into Netbook, Mobile Markets
92 Nvidia Showcases Tablets, Tegra 2 Platform
93 Obama Says Benefits From Health Care Overhaul Would Be Immediate
94 Soda fountains dispersing gastric distress
95 Soda fountain machines harbor fecal bacteria, study finds
96 Cell Phone Usage May Reduce Alzheimer's Risk
97 New Airport Scanners: Radiation Risk Tiny
98 Scanners ignite debate over radiation
99 Is Flying Worth The Risk of Cancer?
100 Airport Full Body Scanners Pose No Health Threat: Experts
101 Baby boomers confess they still love to get high, pop pills, survey says
102 Forget the Rocking Chairs, Baby Boomers Still Doing Drugs as Seniors
103 Baby Boomers Still Doing Drugs as Seniors
104 Ex-UCLA researcher admits reading medical records of celebs, co-workers
105 Former UCLA researcher pleads guilty to reading celeb and co-worker medical records
106 Celebrex Might Thwart Inherited Skin Cancers
107 Celbrex Can Help Treat Skin Cancer
108 UPDATE 2--Vivus drug cuts apnea in small trial; shares jump
109 UPDATE: Vivus Obesity Drug Shows Effectiveness In Sleep Apnea
110 Weight Loss Drug Helps Treat Sleep Apnea
111 Britain joins others in curbing flu vaccine supply
112 USA With a Surplus of Swine Flu Vaccine
113 Tips for extremely cold temperatures
114 Cold snap carries danger of frostbite, hypothermia for unprepared
115 Cold temperatures, wind cause health concern
116 Be on your toes; Stay warm and keep 'em