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1 Geologists protest bill to remove state rock
2 Stanford researchers meet to discuss the dangers of--sitting?
3 Judge declines to make the state controller comply order to pay state workers minimum wage while the state remains without a budget
4 Apple CEO on antenna problem: 'We aren't perfect'
5 Telefonica deal to buy Brazil's Vivo falls apart
6 Gulf well test could exceed 48 hours: BP executive
7 Virgin Galactic's Private Spaceship Makes First Crewed Flight
8 Australian PM calls poll, vowing to 'move forward'
9 Judge allows Nevada wild horse roundup to resume
10 BP oil well cap holds despite pressure anomaly
11 Virgin Galactic spacecraft makes 1st crewed flight
12 BP: No evidence of new leaks in capped well
13 Like 'Inception,' Scientists See Inside Dreamers' Minds
14 Ice Age baby mammoth on display at French museum
15 Tesla, Toyota teaming up to make electric-powered RAV4s
16 County considering expanded smoking ban in unincorporated areas
17 Rome to honor Caravaggio with rare night visits
18 Don't Let Food Allergies Spoil the Picnic
19 Kids Who Do Poorly in School More Likely to Become Bullies
20 Silicon Oil May Protect Vision From Radiation for Eye Cancer
21 Study: Why Older, Overweight Women Have Worse Memory
22 Doctors, nurses joined Medicare scam, U.S. says
23 U.S. Health Reform Starts to Take Hold
24 Omega imbalance can make obesity 'inheritable': study
25 Some preventive care to have no out-of-pocket cost
26 94 charged in Medicare scams totaling $251M
27 Obama: GOP blocking unemployed, small business aid
28 Clinton heads to Afghanistan as US war fears grow
29 Banks eye higher fees to boost declining revenue
30 Dutch teenage sailor gets green light from mother
31 Short-snouted dogs face greater air travel risks
32 Sea-Level Rise Will Be Worse for Some, We Just Don't Know Who
33 Gene Makes Some Drink More When Other Boozers Are Around
34 Apple's Answer to Antennagate: Free iPhone 4 Cases
35 Toyota, Tesla Resurrect the Electric RAV4
36 SpaceShipTwo Makes First Flight With Crew Aboard
37 Gawker Media Deals Its Way Out of iPhone Search Warrant
38 Times Case for Gov Regulation of Google Search Is Weak
39 AT&T 3G Uploads Still Crawl Despite Promised Fix
40 Real Life Superheroes Gear Up With Ninja Throwing Stars, Ax Handles, 'Stun Knuckles'
41 Weber Q140 Electric Grill
42 Mercury Flyby Maps New Territory
43 Alt Text: Enter the Brave New World of Internet Psychology
44 A Mud-Loving, Iron-Lunged, Jelly-Eating Ecosystem Savior
45 Firefox Home Syncs Your Faves to Your iPhone
46 Inside Apple's Antenna Design Lab
47 Wired Gadget Lab Podcast: 3-D Phones, iPhone Flaws and More
48 Video: Pop Song Offers Simple Solution to iPhone Antennagate
49 A Simpler Way to Spy on Rogue Molecules
50 Can Mozilla Deliver an Open App Store?
51 Diabetes Risk, on a Scale of 1 to 10
52 New Obesity Drug Could Have Fewer Side Effects
53 Gene Therapy for Eye Diseases
54 Brighter Color for Reflective E-Reading Displays
55 Pitting Cloud against Cloud
56 Nanopillars that Trap More Light
57 Material Traps Light on the Cheap
58 Solar Metamaterials
59 Solar Cells Use Nanoparticles to Capture More Sunlight
60 Efficient Solar Cells from Cheaper Materials
61 Nanopillars Boost Solar Efficiency
62 Nanopillar Solar Cells
63 Roll-Up Solar Panels
64 More AC Power from Solar Panels
65 Ink-Jet Printing for Cheaper Solar Cells
66 Cheaper Solar Concentrators
67 Hot Electrons Could Double Solar Power
68 Talking to Your Phone
69 A Turning Point for Genetic Testing
70 Fabricating a Multifunctional Fiber
71 Solar Cell Maker Gets a $400-Million Boost
72 A Camera from a Sheet of Fiber
73 Smart Fibers
74 Europe's Renewables Unfazed by Recession
75 Western U.S. Grid Can Handle More Renewables
76 Offshore Wind: Expensive but Politically Popular
77 Tiny Springs Could Reduce Microchip Waste
78 High-Performance Electronics without the High Price
79 Micro Solar Cells Handle More Intense Sunlight
80 Solar Shingles See the Light of Day
81 Magnetic Solder to Wire 3-D Chips
82 New Drugs for Macular Degeneration
83 Retina Transplants from Stem Cells
84 Molecular Sunglasses for Macular Degeneration
85 Eye Implants to Fight Progressive Blindness
86 Color-Blind Monkeys Get Full Color Vision
87 Retinal Transplant Restores Vision in Mice
88 New Color Screen Combines Beauty, Readability
89 A Flexible Color Display
90 Flexible Glass for Brighter, Lighter Displays
91 Colorful Quantum-Dot Displays Coming to Market
92 Quantum Leap in Lighting
93 Bringing Invisibility Cloaks Closer
94 Cloaking Breakthrough
95 Printing Cheap Chips
96 Melting Drywall Keeps Rooms Cool
97 Tough Coatings for Airplanes
98 A Safer Way to Coat Long-Lasting Solar Cells
99 This Antenna Bends but Won't Break
100 Stretchy, High-Quality Conductors
101 Batteries Made from Regular Paper
102 Apple offers free iPhone 4 cases
103 World Cup fans' HIV risk warning
104 When blacksmiths were dentists
105 Charley Boorman on a childhood spent with dyslexia
106 Consumer Reports: Still Not Recommending iPhone4
107 RIM Responds to Steve Jobs Over Smartphone Claims: Baloney
108 Missing Neb. Teen Melody Rose Martin Found Safe in Ark.
109 Oil Cap Test Extended for 24 More Hours
110 Court OKs 2 Gitmo Prisoners' Transfer to Algeria
111 Are Extended Warranties Worth It?
112 Mexico Drug Gang Hits Cops with Car Bomb
113 Apple gives free bumpers to all iPhone 4 owners
114 Apple Sets Up Cots for Engineers Solving iPhone Flaw
115 Reactions to Steve Jobs' performance
116 Apple's fix for iPhone 4 antenna angst: free cases or a full refund
117 Why I'm Craigslisting My iPads
118 Apple's iPhone 4 Antenna? Not A Problem
119 Could the Droid X Replace Your Laptop?
120 Droid X Raises Hope For A New Smartphone Laptop Hybrid soon
121 The five stages of Facebook grief
122 Behind the scenes at Apple's test labs
123 Inside Apple's once-secret wireless lab
124 Apple Posts Antenna Page & Video Tour of "Antenna Design and Test Labs"
125 Microsoft confirms 'nasty' Windows zero-day bug
126 Windows XP SP2 and 7 Other Things Microsoft Killed This Year
127 Apple says it takes 3 years to get a new cell tower in San Francisco
128 Steve Jobs Hints at Verizon Future in iPhone 4 Q&A
129 The biggest winner in the iPhone fix: AT&T
130 Researchers engineer malaria-proof mosquitoes
131 Scientists develop genetically-engineered mosquito that cannot pass on malaria
132 Designer insect 'a big step' vs. disease fatal to millions
133 Drug Trials Test Bold Plan to Slow Alzheimer's
134 Emotions may be blunted in Alzheimer's patients
135 Sniffing insulin may help memory lost to Alzheimer's
136 Stroke risk may double in first hour after a drink
137 Stroke Risk Higher in Hour After 'Happy Hour'