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1 I confess: I bought an iPad (and so far I love it)
2 Criminals go to Painful Extremes to Mutilate Fingerprints
3 Gadget Makers Forced to Look at Links to Congo War
4 King Tut's Chariot Headed to Discovery Exhibition
5 Boat of Plastic Bottles Ends 4-Month Pacific Sail
6 Big Bang Investigators Want New Atom Smasher
7 Educated People Cope Better With Dementia
8 Boy, 6, Suddenly Gets 107-Degree Temperature, Dies; Was It Rare Condition?
9 How to Save a Life: Using a Defibrillator
10 Check the Neck for Heart Risk
11 Dinosaurs dug for mammalian prey
12 NASA unveils 'most detailed' map of Mars
13 Nano-patch could replace syringe
14 BP oil spill: Vessels return to site after storm
15 Remains of Roman villa near Aberystwyth discovered
16 Boat made from plastic bottles completes Pacific voyage
17 UK seeks next generation of cyber security specialists
18 Full face transplant man reveals his new look on TV
19 How the British found their thrill on blueberry hill
20 Charley Boorman on a childhood spent with dyslexia
21 Home Medical Devices Injure 70K Kids Annually
22 WikiLeaks: Evidence of War Crimes in Afghan Docs
23 Afghan Gov't "Shocked" by Leak of War Documents
24 Mourning the Wrong Girl
25 Iowa's Lake Delhi Dam Bursts Due to Flooding
26 Dyson: Far-Right Addicted to Paranoia About Race
27 Analyst: Leak Fuels Debate About Winnable War
28 18 Die as Panic Hits German Techno Festival
29 51 Bodies Found At Mexico Dumping Ground
30 Rare Crusader Fresco Unveiled At Israeli Museum
31 11 Somali Pirates Get Decade In Seychelles Prison
32 Prader Willi Syndrome: Will Rare Eating Disorder Send Matthew Hummel to Jail?
33 First light for Solar Dynamics Observatory
34 Brain-imaging programme suspended after violations
35 Arctic Ocean full up with carbon dioxide
36 Quantum mechanics flummoxes physicists again
37 How Moles Survive Subterranean Life
38 Diabolical Plan: Moles Could Tunnel into Fort Knox
39 Orgasm-Seeking Women Find Little Help From Science
40 Discovered: The Biggest Rat That Ever Lived
41 Mysterious New Circle Found Near Stonehenge
42 Vandals hit Hayes Valley Farm bee colonies
43 Group saves Victorian once owned by man who saved Big Basin redwoods
44 California could adopt national English, math standards
45 New gov't rules allow unapproved iPhone apps
46 Medical device problems hurt 70,000+ kids annually
47 Comet Smacked Neptune 200 Years Ago, Data Suggests
48 BP's Hayward set to step aside for Dudley
49 EU tightens screw on Iran with extra sanctions
50 Biologists release endangered turtles into Gulf
51 In midst of river cleanup, supporters are divided
52 Boat of plastic bottles ends 4-month Pacific sail
53 Big Bang investigators want new atom smasher
54 Herhold: End the prohibition of marijuana
55 Roadshow: Five recent CHP deaths draw plea to heed 'Move Over, Slow Down' law
56 S.F. Marathon: 24,000 unique tales in 26 miles
57 Obese kids' feet found to be flatter and fatter
58 New fronts in AIDS war, but funding foe is back
59 School Head-Lice Policies Must Be Relaxed, Say Doctors
60 Americans Seem More Prone to Depression Than Russians
61 Eisai say FDA approves higher dose Aricept
62 How to Get Rid of the Pacifier: The Binky Fairy
63 Lethal mixture drives AIDS pandemic in ex-Soviet bloc
64 Special report: Targeting teens for gastric bands
65 Apple customers have faith after 'Antennagate'
66 Reprogrammed Stem Cells Remember Their Past
67 Safer, Longer-Lasting Batteries for Cars
68 A Guide to Recent Battery Advances
69 Ultracapacitor Startup Gets a Big Boost
70 Next Stop: Ultracapacitor Buses
71 Ultracaps Could Boost Hybrid Efficiency
72 Wheel Motors to Drive Dutch Buses
73 A Blended Battery Pack for Cars
74 Fine-tuning Cancer Treatments
75 Ads that Match a Web Page's Images
76 U.S. Backs Electric-Car Batteries. Will Drivers Follow?
77 Building Super-Fast Electronics Components
78 Bumpy Coatings for Better Solar Cells
79 How HTML5 Will Shake Up the Web
80 HTML 5 Could Challenge Flash
81 New Adobe Software Blurs Lines between Code and Design
82 Google Squeezes Flash into Chrome
83 Wireless Companies Could Use Your Friends
84 A Carbon-Free, Stackable Rental Car
85 Personal Rapid Transit Startup
86 Your Groups Tell Hackers Who You Are
87 The Doctor Will Record Your Data Now
88 A Cheaper Way to Catch CO2
89 Using CO2 to Extract Geothermal Energy
90 Scrubbing CO2 Cheaply
91 Demonstrating a CO2 Recycler
92 A New Way to Make Useful Chemicals from CO2
93 Making Gasoline from Carbon Dioxide
94 Solar-Power Breakthrough
95 Nanonets Snare Energy
96 Cheap Hydrogen
97 Climate Bill Whimpers, Collapses
98 Crisis in Availability of Wireless Spectrum Is a Myth
99 Genetic Tests Get Bad Grades
100 New Languages, and Why We Need Them
101 App Lets You Know When Friends Are Nearby
102 Afghanistan war logs: Wikileaks founder rebuts White House criticism
103 WikiLeaks Founder Defends Releasing US Documents on Afghanistan
104 Afghan war logs: 'files may contain evidence of war crimes'
105 Government Backs 'Jailbreaking' Of iPhones
106 Apple loses big in DRM ruling: jailbreaks are "fair use"
107 US government legalizes iPhone 'jailbreaking,' unlocking
108 Library of Congress authorizes a jailbreak for iPhone and cell phone users
109 Jailbreaking iPhone is now LEGAL! Permitted by US Federal Law
110 Will Droid X be the Last Antenna Video from Apple?
111 Apple's iPhone 4 rolls out this week to 17 more global markets
112 Apple iPhone 4 spreads to more countries on Friday
113 Apple iPhone 4 coming to 17 new countries this Friday
114 Apple to launch iPhone 4 in 17 more countries Friday
115 UAE Says BlackBerry Data Handling Violates the Law
116 BlackBerry Services Might be Banned in UAE
117 RIM's BlackBerry Devices May Be Subject to Government Monitoring in U.A.E.
118 UAE Claims BlackBerry Poses Security Risk
119 Shortages Prompt HTC to Swap Display Technologies
120 Windows Phone 7: Why the Missing Features Matter
121 What Windows Phone 7 doesn't have becomes a hot topic
122 San Francisco's Cell Phone Radiation Law Goes Wrong
123 The (court) case against San Francisco's cell phone radiation law
124 CTIA claims SF phone radiation law unconstitutional
125 Cellphone industry group CTIA sues San Francisco over radiation ordinance
126 Higgs boson still eludes capture--but now we know where it isn't
127 LHC results: Not just the same old thing
128 As LHC Struggles, Scientists Announce Plans for Bigger $12B+ Collider
129 No Sighting of Higgs, But Fermilab Physicists Say They May Be Close
130 Plans for an international linear electron smasher--the ILC
131 LHC firing on all cylinders, but no Higgs boson yet
132 Inside the Large Hadron Collider (photos)
133 First LHC Results at the ICHEP 2010
134 Biologists Release Endangered Turtles Into Gulf
135 Gulf turtle eggs hatched; young released into Atlantic
136 Apple's White iPhone Delay a Chance for Antenna Redesign
137 Apple iPad Demand Pressures LG Display
138 LG Display Warns It Can't Meet Apple's iPad Demand
139 iPad Puts Apple In Top Five PC Vendors
140 LAPD questions Google Apps security credentials
141 Google misses deadline to run LA e-mail system
142 Publishers Groups File Motion Against Postal Rate Hike Proposal
143 Mailer group wants postage rate request dismissed
144 A Humorous Peek At Some Letters That Just Might Have Been Delivered Too Late
145 Chrysler shows off 'sinister' Mopar Challenger
146 New recommendations for treating lice
147 Spanish man who had world's first full face transplant speaks
148 Gel for women shows promise in preventing AIDS
149 Police: 1-year-old boy tests positive for cocaine
150 PCP and cocaine found in 1-year-old boy's system
151 After medical plane crash, message floating in medical bag found
152 Procter & Gamble Spent $1.1 Million Lobbying in 2Q
153 Prescription Cat Food Recalled Over Fears About Salmonella
154 Personal Care Group Spent $190K Lobbying in 2Q
155 Unintended consequences: Insurers stop offering new coverage for some kids
156 NAIC: Some Insurers No Longer Writing Plans for Kids' Coverage
157 Marijuana dispensaries could help sick Oregonians
158 Popping the lid off pot
159 Humboldt medical marijuana panel urges industry to seize opportunities
160 Rethink medical marijuana dispensaries
161 Op-Ed: The alternate approach to medical marijuana distribution
162 Gazette opinion: Marijuana law written for patients, not profits