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1 Is Technology Taking Its Toll on Our Relationships?
2 Has Blogging Peaked? Twitter Is So Much Easier
3 Software Turns Your Cell Phone Against You
4 Are Printed Photos Going Extinct?
5 Special Court Says Connection Between Vaccines and Autism is 'Scientifically Unsupportable'
6 Irish-Born Conjoined Twins' Family Overwhelmed by Public Support
7 Psoriasis Increases Pregnancy Risks, Study Suggests
8 Virgin Media to trial broadband over telegraph poles
9 Online in Brazil's shanty towns
10 Gum disease 'linked to early births'
11 Man Emerges From Coma a Compulsive Artist
12 Next-Generation--Alarm Clocks!
13 Can a Company Run For Congress?
14 Happier News for Those Suffering From SAD
15 Obama, Medvedev Encouraged on Arms Talks
16 Brainpower to Fight Fat, Stress, Aid Heart
17 Brown Bemoans "Entire Year Gone to Waste"
18 Is the "Coffee Party" the Next Big Thing?
19 Tiger Woods Left Mississippi Too Soon
20 Apple Details iPad's Battery Replacement Plan
21 Molding the iPad into a Business Tool
22 Apple fans pre-order 'amazing' number of iPads
23 Apple Introduces iPad's Battery Replacement Service
24 Apple to replace iPad battery for $99, with a whole new device.
25 Apple to replace iPads in need of new battery for $99
26 Apple will replace iPads with dead batteries for $99
27 IPad pre-orders begin, and so does the speculation
28 Privacy is Not Dead, Just Evolving
29 FCC's Speed Test Checks Broadband Vendors' Claims
30 Government rebuked over global warming nursery rhyme adverts
31 A sampling of interesting stuff at SXSWi
32 Too busy at SXSW to RSVP? No problem
33 A sense of belonging in Austin
34 Apple's Spat With Google Is Getting Personal
35 NYT: Apple's Spat with Google Is Getting Personal
36 NYT: Steve Jobs feels Google betrayed Apple by mimicking iPhone
37 Astronauts, famed pilots salute troops
38 Study: Apollo Moon Rocks Contained Water All Along
39 Smartphones put the moves on social networking
40 Foursquare Seems To Be Mopping The Floor With Gowalla Tonight*
41 Twitter Launches A Site So You Can Stalk Twitter Employees AT SXSW
42 Al Franken Jokes, But Google Fiber Is No Laughing Matter
43 Study: Mini clip is safer than heart-valve surgery
44 UPDATE 2--Abbott's heart valve device proves safe, effective
45 Abbott Heart Valve-Repair Tool Meets Goals In Key Study
46 Clinical Trial: Endovascular Valve Edge-to-Edge Repair Study II (EVEREST II)
47 Abbott MitraClip Offers Safe Alternative to Open-Heart Surgery
48 Abbott Heart Clip Can Mend Leaky Valve
49 MitraClip Repairs Heart Valves, Safer Than Open-Heart Surgery
50 Study: Mini clip is safer than heart-valve surgery
51 Intense Cholesterol, Blood Pressure Therapies Don't Help Type 2 Diabetics
52 Standard prostate cancer test faces debate
53 Experts say even Obama getting too many med tests
54 Growing doubts over standard prostate cancer test
55 Doctors dispute talk of prostate test disaster
56 Guidelines: Do medical tests later, less often
57 PSA Discoverer Says PSA Screening is "Public Health Disaster"
58 Growing concerns over standard prostate cancer test
59 Insurers alone can't be blamed for rates, economists say
60 Insurance rate hikes in N.H. are questioned
61 Alzheimer's report sees growing problems
62 Early Detection Key to Effective Alzheimer's Treatment
63 Driving With Early Alzheimer's May Be Ill-Advised
64 N.H. teen leads push to ban e-cigarettes
65 Ban the e-cigarettes Before they Become a Trend Among Teenagers, N.H. Students Urge
66 Letters: Smoking falling out of favor--good riddance!
67 Tax increase an optimum tobacco control measure
68 Psychopaths' brains wired to seek rewards, no matter the consequences
69 New analysis of the structure of spider silks explains paradox of super-strength
70 Light activated 'warhead' turns modest molecules into super protein killers
71 Study: Mini clip is safer than heart-valve surgery
72 Australia defends mandatory Internet filter
73 Hearts may swoon when stocks do, study suggests
74 Cryogenic electron emission phenomenon has no known physics explanation
75 Mysterious Cosmic 'Dark Flow' Tracked Deeper into Universe (w/ Video)
76 Could Porn Be Good For Society?
77 Fuel-injection System That Delivers 64 Miles Per Gallon
78 Study validates general relativity on cosmic scale, existence of dark matter
79 Students' perceptions of Earth's age influence acceptance of human evolution, says study
80 Wind resistance: Analysis suggests generating electricity from large-scale wind farms could influence climate
81 China looks to 'combustible ice' as a fuel source
82 Ritalin boosts learning by increasing brain plasticity
83 New charging method could greatly reduce battery recharge time
84 Solar power could provide 10% of US energy: report
85 Most extreme white dwarf binary system found with orbit of just 5 minutes
86 World first superconducting DC power transmission system a step closer
87 Australian archaeologists uncover 40,000-year-old site
88 MIT researchers discover new way of producing electricity
89 New study debunks myths about Amazon rain forests
90 Intel Launches 6-Core i7-980X Extreme Edition Processor (w/ Video)
91 New microscopy technique offers close-up, real-time view of cellular phenomena
92 Look at Mie! Team tests century-old calculations
93 15 Moore's Years: 3D chip stacking will take Moore's Law past 2020
94 Nanometer Graphene Makes Novel OLEDs Display
95 A huge step toward mass production of graphene
96 Novel material paves the way for next-generation information technology
97 Designer nano luggage to carry drugs to diseased cells
98 Cotton is the fabric of your lights...your iPod...your MP3 player...your cell phone
99 Like little golden assassins, 'smart' nanoparticles identify, target and kill cancer cells
100 Carbon nanotube sensor array detects single molecules for the first time
101 Using quantum smoothing for optical phase estimation
102 Can we detect quantum behaviour in viruses?
103 Quantum cryptography protocol doesn't require shared reference frames (Update)
104 Geneva atom smasher seeks dark matter discoveries
105 How to see through opaque materials
106 All may look smooth, but there are 'bumps' along the way: Scientists describe how friction works
107 Lost into space: Physicists study impact of solar wind on Mars atmosphere
108 Aquatic 'dead zones' contributing to climate change
109 Chopper Crash Test a Smash Hit (w/ Video)
110 Space station could operate until 2028, says consortium
111 RASICAM: The Little Infrared Camera that Could
112 Did the Chilean Quake Shift Earth's Axis?
113 Getting WISE About Nemesis
114 More maize ethanol may boost greenhouse gas emissions
115 Cassini Data Show Ice and Rock Mixture Inside Titan
116 Proposed Mission Would Return Sample from Asteroid 'Time Capsule'
117 Three FASTSAT Instruments Pass Tests
118 Innovation on display at Games Conference
119 Apple begins taking iPad orders in US
120 Japanese baby-bot with runny nose teaches parenting skills (w/ Video)
121 Energizer Duo battery charger hides a Trojan
122 Smartphones put the moves on social networking
123 Website spotlights misdeeds of the rich and powerful
124 Lenovo says business will focus on mobile Internet
125 Privacy issues nix Netflix movie-picking contest
126 Internet fraud losses doubled last year
127 Software's take on the light bulb joke
128 Web will be 'critical' revenue source for Times: publisher
129 Twitter unveils tool to share tweeting locations
130 February video game sales drop 15 percent
131 Operating a computer by gesture only
132 You will soon be able to play music on your clothing (w/ Video)
133 Chinese minister insists Google obey the law
134 US military developing geolocation system for underground
135 Process could clean up water used in natural gas drilling
136 New clues about the basis of muscle wasting disease
137 New imaging technology brings trace chemicals into focus (w/ Video)
138 Fruit Flies--A Model for Bodybuilders
139 New Class of Catalyst Sports Shapely Selectivity
140 Behavior of single protein observed in unprecedented detail by Stanford chemists
141 The mode of action of certain toxins that accumulate in seafood
142 Researchers improve production of chemicals from wood waste
143 IBM, Stanford cite advance in plastic recycling (w/ Video)
144 Plasma is the new green: Ionized gas improves treatment of PET fibers
145 Chemical competition: Research identifies new mechanism regulating embryonic development
146 High-Speed Pipeline Revs Up Biomass Analysis
147 Asking 'what would nature do?' leads to a way to break down a greenhouse gas
148 Strength is shore thing for sea shell scientists
149 Study shows potential for using algae to produce human therapeutic proteins
150 Snake venom charms science world
151 Effective Imitation: New chitinase inhibitors
152 Unlocking the opium poppy's biggest secret (w/ Video)
153 Biologists sequence Hydra genome
154 New defenses deployed against plant diseases
155 Opposing functions of a key molecule in the development of organisms
156 Starving sea lion pups wash up on Calif. beaches
157 To Arctic animals, time of day really doesn't matter
158 Scientists discover 600 million-year-old origins of vision
159 Why Female Moths are Big and Beautiful
160 Mother knows best--even before birth
161 Human cells exhibit foraging behavior like amoebae and bacteria
162 Quantum dots spotlight DNA-repair proteins in motion
163 Researchers characterize stem cell function
164 Yellow fever strikes monkey populations in South America
165 Conservationists urge treaty panel to reject ivory sale by Tanzania, Zambia
166 Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog's site fidelity may lead to further decline
167 Keeping an eye on the nest
168 48 Hawaii-only species given endangered listing
169 Endangered listing eyed for US loggerhead turtles
170 New cancer drug screening technique more closely mirrors reality
171 Plaque on CT scan is strong predictor of heart disease, worse long-term outcomes
172 Regadenoson is safe, effective for use in heart transplant patients
173 EXCEL trial will determine safety and efficacy of drug-eluting stents vs. bypass surgery
174 Growing doubts over standard prostate cancer test
175 Many WTC responders show early signs of heart woes
176 Researchers find younger, more diverse patients having total knee replacements
177 Carnegie Mellon researchers seek to control blood loss
178 'Tommy John' elbow reconstruction 95 percent successful with grown teen pitchers, study says
179 Minimally invasive sports hernia repair may get athletes 'back in the game' faster, study says
180 The new exercise HIT: do less
181 Harnessing Our Sensory Superpowers
182 Pain: Why it's 'ow' for me and 'YOW!' for you
183 Court says thimerosal did not cause autism
184 Experts say US doctors overtesting, overtreating
185 Decapitated skeletons were Vikings: scientists
186 Mathematical model can help communities better evaluate sex offender policies
187 UK survey reveals identity theft fears
188 Pottery leads to discovery of peace-seeking women in American Southwest
189 GenY workers want their cake and to eat it too
190 Research shows Silicon Valley land conservation didn't hurt housing development
191 Why mothers who are 'happier in themselves' make more successful parents
192 Leonardo's anatomical sketches fascinate modern-day anatomist
193 Divine intervention? New research looks at beliefs about God's influence in everyday life
194 German fails to prove atom-smasher will end world
195 Male batterers consistently overestimate rates of violence toward partners
196 Research Reveals Massive Extent Of Slavery Between Muslims, Christians For Three Centuries
197 Redefining Geometric Skeletons
198 How a candidate moves influences how you vote (w/ Video)
199 Laptop revolution: New class design saves schools money, space