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1 Is It Time for You to Drop Cable TV?
2 Wal-Mart Introduces Wireless Plan Under Own Brand
3 Melting Sea Ice Forces Walruses Ashore in Alaska
4 Hewlett-Packard Buying ArcSight for $1.5 Billion
5 Researchers: Thick Coat of Oil on Gulf Sea Floor
6 Hitachi Head Wants Government to Fight Strong Yen
7 FCC to Open up Vacant TV Airwaves for Broadband
8 The Trials of Living With Tourette Syndrome
9 California Sperm Donor Stalks Lesbian Mother
10 Basketball and Concussions: How to Protect Your Teen
11 Artificial 'skin' can sense pressure
12 Scientists find short-sightedness gene
13 New telescope may unveil alien volcanoes
14 Discovery shuttle is prepared for its final voyage
15 Smart meters 'may not cut energy use'
16 Nuclear waste goes the hole way
17 Building a bomber plane in just a day
18 The big rockets jostle for market share
19 Bloodhound budgets: indulgence or serious research?
20 Energy House journal
21 Choosy plankton play 'sex games'
22 How good software makes us stupid
23 Tech Brief: Robots, et al.
24 Colon cancer cases 'may rise 50%'
25 Microsoft to Probe Software Spy Allegations in Russia
26 Shark Attack Survivors Don't Forget, Do Forgive
27 CBS News App for iPad Lifts Off
28 YouTube Tests Live Streaming
29 Manta Ray Absconds With $5,000 Camera
30 Hong Kong Man Dies from Flesh-Eating Malady
31 WSJ: GoDaddy Internet Registrar for Sale
32 EPA Holds Upstate N.Y. Hearings on Gas Drilling
33 Cuba to Fire 500,000 Government Workers
34 Wal-Mart Moves into Wireless Business
35 BP Claims Czar Ready to Make Concessions
36 New Nokia Exec's Biggest Challenge: Shipping
37 Microsoft's man in Nokia: he's all business
38 Apple To Sell iPad In China
39 Apple Releasing iPad in China Sept. 17
40 Apple to start selling iPad in China
41 Apple slates China iPad launch for Friday
42 Apple will begin selling iPad in China this week
43 Apple Brings Its iPad to China
44 Intel pushes itself beyond the chip
45 Intel Talks 'Sandy Bridge,' Future of Computing
46 Intel CEO Says Sandy Bridge on Track for 2011
47 Intel Discusses New Line of Chips
48 Intel introduces Sandy Bridge chippery
49 Intel's Otellini speaks mobile and Sandy Bridge at IDF
50 Google Instant 'invented by Yahoo! in 2005'
51 Steve Jobs lectures devs, dodges antitrust action
52 'Hyperbolic map' of the internet will save it from COLLAPSE
53 Google search index splits with MapReduce
54 Microsoft Preparing For New Wireless-Internet Technology
55 Microsoft Launches Massive Wireless Hotspot
56 Google Eager for FCC Airwaves as WiFi on Steroids
57 F.C.C. Likely to Open New Airwaves to Wireless
58 FCC Set to Announce Decision on Whether to Allow White Space Wi-Fi
59 FCC Paving the Way to "Wi-Fi on Steroids"
60 Microsoft strolls into white space
61 'Super Mario Bros.' turns 25
62 A Super Mario History Lesson
63 Super Mario: plucky plumber celebrates 25 years of gaming success
64 Super Mario Bros., She-Ra turn 25
65 YouTube Launches Streaming Video Trial
66 YouTube Tests Live Video Streaming Platform
67 Researchers Develop Touch-Sensitive 'e-Skin'
68 New E-skin Could Give Robots Human-Like Touch
69 Alligator nabbed near elementary school in Florida
70 Fla. deputies handcuff 7-foot gator near school
71 Google: Concerns over Instant unwarranted
72 Google Instant Now Built Into Chrome
73 Microsoft Changes Policy Over Russian Crackdown
74 Microsoft to Issue Blanket License to NGOs
75 iPhone Application Downloads Outpace Android, BlackBerry, Nielsen Says
76 Apple faces far-reaching foe in Android
77 Why Android is Bad for Business
78 Google Android Smartphone OS Will Overtake BlackBerry, iPhone OSes
79 Google's Android leapfrogging over iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows
80 Microsoft's anti-exploit toolkit can help mitigate PDF zero-day attacks
81 Microsoft Helps Adobe Block Zero-Day PDF Exploit
82 Microsoft, Adobe: PDF security flaw treatable
83 'Grand Theft Auto' may improve decision-making skills
84 'Call of Duty' Video Game Could Help Train Surgeons, Soldiers, Study Says
85 Study: Action Video Games Quicken Brain's Reactions
86 Video games lead to faster decisions that are no less accurate
87 American Aid Workers Make Bail in Zimbabwe
88 US medical team, arrested in Zimbabwe, released on bail
89 Volunteers Arrested in Zimbabwe Released on Bail
90 Zimbabwe court bails foreign Aids workers accused of unlicensed practice
91 What Is The State Of Stem Cell Research Today?
92 Stem cell ruling huge blow to U.S. science
93 Lawmakers To Explore Legislation Clarifying Research for Stem Cells
94 FDA Mulls Removing Weight-Loss Drug From U.S. Market
95 U.S. to ask panel whether to ban Abbott diet drug
96 Egg-loving salmonella bacteria have been sickening people for decades
97 Cases of Food Poisoning from Recalled Eggs Likely Tops 1,500: CDC Report
98 USDA aware of poor sanitation months before egg recall, et al.
99 Which came first, the USDA or FDA?
100 UPDATE 1--Seattle Genetics says leukemia drug fails trial
101 Seattle Genetics leukemia drug fails study
102 Hospital Circumcises Baby After Parents Repeatedly Tell Them Not To
103 Florida Woman Sues Hospital After Son Circumcised Against Her Wishes
104 Hospital mistakenly circumcises Miami newborn
105 Roche Halts Trials of Taspoglutide
106 Experimental Diabetes Drug Taspoglutide Late-Stage Trials Suspended
107 UPDATE 1--Hopes fade for Roche and Ipsen's new diabetes drug
108 Roche, Ipsen diabetes drug sidelined by PhIII safety issues
109 Roche Suspends Diabetes Drug Trial
110 After Adverse Effects, Roche Ends Trials of Diabetes Drug
111 Prostate Cancer Screening No Benefit to Older Men With Low PSA Levels
112 Men With Low Prostate Cancer Scores Benefit Least From Test, Study Finds
113 Risks Top Benefits of Screening in Men with Low PSA
114 Angioplasty vs Coronary Artery Bypass: Choose Wisely
115 Some patients with severe heart disease receiving wrong treatment, study finds
116 Heart patients not getting necessary bypasses
117 Fewer than half of U.S. moms breastfeed enough: CDC
118 Three-quarters of US babies breastfed: study
119 CDC issues report on breast-feeding among new mothers
120 Swimming Pool Chemicals May Carry Cancer Risk
121 Studies Show Swimming in Chlorinated Pools May Lead to Cancer
122 Swimming in chlorinated pools can lead to cancer: study
123 Chemicals in indoor swimming pools could be harmful, three studies show
124 Swimming indoors ups cancer risk
125 Chlorinated Pools May Increase Cancer Risk
126 DEA asks public to turn in unused medication in effort to prevent drug abuse
127 DEA asks public to turn in unused medication in effort to prevent drug abuse [Updated]
128 Early surgery following a hip fracture may reduce death risk for older people
129 The Earlier the Better for Hip Fracture Surgery
130 Early surgery after hip fractures reduces death
131 Try a Family Style Approach to Meet Veggie Goals
132 Americans Skimp on Fruits and Vegetables