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1 Apple's iPhone 4.0 to support multitasking via Expose-like interface
2 Venture capital firm doubles iPhone OS 'iFund' to $200 million
3 First sanctioned iPad reviews speak favorably of new device
4 Apple predicted to sell all 200K-300K iPads built for launch weekend
5 Apple exploring head-mounted display in form of glasses
6 Apple's Steve Jobs graces Time magazine cover for iPad launch
7 Apple highlights iPad-ready, Adobe Flash-free Web sites
8 Sling Player coming to iPad, H.264 support
9 iPhone again rumored on Verizon, new screen resolution, second camera
10 Report: Apple sales drones will wait to last minute to see iPad, all reservations to be filled
11 Early iPad reviews hit the Web
12 Free Netflix app to be available for iPad launch
13 Approved iPad apps listed online, count at 1,350 apps
14 Apple posts page of high-profile iPad-ready sites, offers resources for developers
15 Seton Hill University to give new Apple MacBooks and iPads to every full-time student in fall 2010
16 39% of BlackBerry owners say they'll buy an Apple iPhone next
17 Are iPad and 'iPhone HD' Apple's parting gifts to AT&T?
18 Apple again the third largest U.S. company, closing in on Microsoft
19 Apple patents shed light on why iPhone is the future of health care
20 Analyst: 70% chance that Apple will develop its own search engine within five years
21 Why beleaguered Palm's headed for a buyout--by RIM
22 KPCB doubles iFund for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to $200 million
23 RUMOR: Apple's iPhone 4.0 to support third-party multitasking via Expose-like interface
24 goes HTML5
25 A user's experience with a Barnes & Noble 'Nook'
26 iPad, killer: Court docs show only 90 JooJoo tablet pre-orders (with 15 returned)
27 BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion's quarterly results disappoint; shares fall
28 Mossberg reviews Apple iPad: Has the potential to profoundly change portable computing
29 Pogue reviews iPad: Designed & built by perfectionists; If you like the concept, you'll love iPad
30 Baig reviews Apple iPad: Fun, stunning and blazingly fast, it's a winner
31 Happy 34th birthday, Apple Inc!
32 Ihnatko reviews Apple iPad: Pure innovation; one of best computers ever
33 Boing Boing reviews Apple iPad: A touch of genius
34 PC Magazine reviews Apple iPad: Gorgeous, slim, a winner; Editors' Choice
35 Apple CEO Steve Jobs graces cover of TIME Magazine as iPad launches (with image)
36 Apple patent reveal amazing wireless mobile gaming accessories in the works
37 Apple secures iSlate trademark; the question is why?
38 Entire episode of ABC's 'Modern Family' centered on Apple iPad (with video)
39's Wasow reviews iPad: Steve Jobs is right again; it is the computer for the rest of us
40 Netflix streams to Apple iPad via free app due April 3
41 Piper Jaffray: Chances are good that Apple will sell out of iPads
42 Houston Chronicle's LeVitus reviews iPad: An entirely new category of mobile device
43 Microsoft looks to double retail store 'network' to four; Denver and San Diego up next
44 Why iPad's opening weekend unit sales number isn't important
45 Apple lights up iPad apps in iTunes App Store
46 Apple fires a shot at Adobe by posting 'iPad-ready' HTML5 sites
47 Line begins forming outside Apple Store Fifth Avenue for iPad's April 3 debut (with video)
48 Apple slighting educational iPad market for consumer sales?
49 Analyst: Amazon should drop Kindle to $149 to survive
50 Apple taunts Adobe with "iPad ready" HTML5 sites
51 Apple resellers to carry iPads after all
52 Combinatorial therapy allows viruses to destroy tumors
53 Genetic form of anemia defined molecularly
54 Bees with an impaired insulin partner gene prefer proteins over carbs
55 Powerful HIV drugs inhibit retrovirus linked to prostate cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome
56 MSU scientists find bacterium can halt dengue virus transmission
57 To be sustainable, China must implement bold innovations
58 Ageing gene found to govern lifespan, immunity and resilience
59 Tumor cells seek temporary shelter from cancer drugs
60 Follow the leader: How those in charge make themselves known
61 All for one and one for all
62 Brain tumors: Tissue stem cell turning into tumor stem cell
63 Biologists discover an on/off button on plants' alarm system
64 Stone Age Scandinavians unable to digest milk
65 New tool for RNA silencing
66 Diverse wheat tapped for antifungal genes
67 Researchers develop new method to detect melamine in milk
68 Understanding Night Blindness and Calcium
69 Peach DNA unraveled: Clemson University plays major role
70 Further facts from the songbird genome
71 CryoSat-2 installed in launch silo
72 News Release: Now in Broadband: Acoustic Imaging of the Ocean
73 Nanoscale 'stealth' probe slides into cell walls seamlessly, say Stanford engineers
74 Novel soy germ-based dietary supplement, SE5-OH containing natural S-Equol, examined for safety and influence on hormones in pre- and post-menopausal women
75 Small molecules have big impact for TB bacteria
76 Flu jab for bacteria
77 Movies for the human genome
78 Songbirds may hold key for vocal learning
79 New study questions earlier conclusions about the kinetics of T cell receptors
80 Drug breakthrough in fight against neglected diseases
81 New brain nerve cells key to stress resilience, UT Southwestern researchers find
82 From a classical laser to a 'quantum laser'
83 Start spreading the news: NYU scientists find therapeutic target to stop cancer metastases
84 Astronomers See Historical Supernova From a New Angle
85 American industry's thirst for water: First study of its kind in 30 years
86 Diet of contaminated insects harms endangered meat-eating plants
87 Proteins in unroasted coffee beans may become next-generation insecticides
88 Nanotechnologists reveal the frictional characteristics of atomically thin sheets
89 NIST researchers holding steady in an atomic-scale tug-of-war
90 Baseball season opener: athletes and ethicists look at fairness in sport Gene doping, new technologies, sex testing among topics in special issue
91 NIST racetrack ion trap is a contender in quantum computing quest
92 Paintable electronics? NIST studies spray-on manufacturing of transistors
93 NIST scientists address 'wrinkles' in transparent film development
94 Researchers Discover Weak Link in Alzheimer's Drug Candidates
95 Fermi maps an active galaxy's 'smokestack plumes'
96 NYSCF fellow lead author on study that derives floor plate tissue from embryonic stem cells
97 Maintaining regular daily routines is associated with better sleep quality in older adults
98 Perception of poor sleep may predict postpartum mood disturbances in healthy new mothers
99 Acupuncture may be an effective treatment for post-viral infection loss of smell
100 Sleep apnea linked to hard-to-diagnose eye disorders
101 Matters of the heart: FDG PET may hold answers for patients with heart failure
102 Small soda taxes insufficient to curb consumption among children, study finds
103 Short-term program for binge eaters has long-term benefits
104 Anti-HIV drugs inhibit emerging virus linked to prostate cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome
105 Treatment resistance in some cancer cells may be reversible
106 OHSU research explains repeated infection by some viruses
107 The creative engagement and cardiac health connection disclosed
108 CT and MRI scans associated with shorter hospital stays and decreased costs
109 Direct patient access to imaging test results could result in increased patient anxiety and physician overload
110 Evidence-based medicine theory can be applied to frequent flying says US professor
111 Songbird genome to aid understanding of learning, memory and more
112 Rx for health: Engineers design pill that signals it has been swallowed
113 Improved device provides more rapid, comprehensive analysis of circulating tumor cells
114 Improving fuel economy of tractor-trailers, buses, work trucks
115 Wireless health care for diabetes
116 Smoke alarms + sprinklers + closed doors = lives saved in dorm fires
117 Tissue engineering, imaging neuronal circuits featured in Cold Spring Harbor Protocols
118 Warnings dropped for ex-cyclone Paul as NASA satellites see it fizzle
119 The embryonic heart: Imaging life as it happens
120 Gene flaw found in induced stem cells
121 Rule poses threat to museum bones
122 Human genome at ten: The human race
123 Human genome at ten: Life is complicated
124 Atomic clocks use quantum timekeeping
125 River reveals chilling tracks of ancient flood
126 Future funding for agricultural research uncertain
127 Science writer's victory hailed by UK libel reformers
128 Doubt shed on fast rise of Andes
129 Human genome at ten: The sequence explosion
130 Truffle's savoury secret revealed
131 Geoengineers get the fear
132 Self-Esteem Drops After Retirement
133 Couples Prioritize Husbands' Careers Over Wives'
134 Why We Choose Chocolate Cake Over an Apple
135 Dinosaur Tots Were Baby-Faced
136 Face-Lifts Should Include Bone Implants, Researchers Say
137 When Did April Fool's Day Begin?
138 Google Earth Helps Track Wildfires
139 Clouds May Hold Key to Why Early Earth Didn't Freeze Over
140 Atom Smasher Could Reveal Fabled Monopole Magnet
141 Which States Pay Highest Gas Prices
142 Bread Mold Genes Shed Light on Human Internal Clock
143 Rainfall Records Fall Across the Northeast
144 Manga Illustrator to Inspire Interest in Science
145 Ancient Blind Snakes Hitched Ride on Drifting Continents
146 Toads Anticipate Earthquakes
147 Mysterious Lead Coffin Found Near Rome
148 Mystery of Great Civilization's Destruction Revealed
149 Job Stress Linked to Higher Weight
150 Ethical Failures Found on 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'House'
151 Urine Signals Sex, Violence to Crayfish
152 Does Eating Oatmeal Lower Cholesterol?
153 Twisted Physics: 7 Recent Mind-Blowing Findings
154 Thousands of Quakes Strike Glaciers Every Day
155 Consumers' Big Question: What's in It for Me?
156 Unearthing the Sex Secrets of the Perigord Black Truffle
157 E.P.A. Delays Plants' Pollution Permits
158 Among Weathercasters, Doubt on Warming
159 U.K. Panel Calls Climate Data Valid
160 Court Ruling May Imperil Florida Deal
161 After 17 Years, a Glimpse of a Lunar Purchase
162 European Collider Begins Its Subatomic Exploration
163 Despite Few Hunters, Seal Pups Face Threats
164 E.P.A. to Limit Water Pollution From Mining
165 Countries Blame China, Not Nature, for Water Shortage
166 U.S. Issues Limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Cars
167 Next Big Thing in English: Knowing They Know That You Know
168 Observatory: Researchers Report Progress on E. Coli Test
169 A New Use for Medical Marijuana?
170 Cycling Provides a Break for Some With Parkinson's
171 Massachusetts Insurance Regulators Reject Most Requests for Higher Rates
172 N/A
173 Why Being Female Is a Pre-existing Condition
174 Overhaul Will Lower the Costs of Being a Woman
175 When Patients Can't Afford to Follow Up
176 Getting Rid of Norovirus
177 How the Health Care Law Affects Your Business
178 Obama to Boehner: Where's the Armageddon?
179 Health Care for All, With Obama Down the Street