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1 Parent Debate: Do iPads and Smartphones Really Teach Toddlers to Read?
2 Facebook Suit: Why Won't the Winklevoss Twins Let It Go?
3 How Do Babies Learn to Talk?
4 Heaven May Be a 'Fairy Story' to Stephen Hawking, Not to Many Americans
5 Stephen Hawking on Religion: 'Science Will Win'
6 Stephen Hawking: 'Science Makes God Unnecessary'
7 EXCERPT: Stephen Hawking's 'Grand Design'
8 The Conversation: Stephen and Lucy Hawking
9 Notes from a Space Shuttle Launch
10 Space Shuttle Launch 'Like Going Into Combat,' Astronaut Says
11 Microsoft-Skype Deal: What Can Consumers Expect?
12 How to Make a Human Antenna
13 Human Ear Inspires Universal Radio
14 Wide Angle: Bio-Inspired Technology
15 Fly Eyes Used For Solar Cells
16 Should Airplanes Look More Like Birds?
17 Big Pic: Testing Flapping Wings Underwater
18 Biotech Could Take Rabbits Off Lab Duty
19 Shrimp Eye Tech: Coming Soon to DVD?
20 Putting the Human Heart into Car Design
21 Bounce-Less Bungee Cord Promises Gentler Jump
22 Maple Seed Microflyer Takes Flight
23 Robofish Takes To Water
24 Facebook Can Serve as Personality Test
25 Underage Facebook Members: 7.5 Million Users Under Age 13
26 Facebook Denies 'Smear' Campaign Against Google
27 Woman's Plane Photos of Space Shuttle Go Viral
28 Dell Profit Jumps as Computer Maker Cuts Costs
29 LinkedIn Raises IPO Ante Amid High Investor Demand
30 Israeli Electric Car Pioneer Unveils Price Plans
31 Could the Internet Spell the End of Snow Days?
32 Intel CEO Touts Power-Saving Chip Focus
33 Gabrielle Giffords Has Cranioplasty Surgery in Houston
34 World's Smallest Investigator Takes on Crime
35 Bad Brownie: Children Become Sick After Eating Brownies Made With Melatonin
36 Women Who Walk: Jenny Sanford, Maria Shriver Leave Cheating Govs
37 Schwarzenegger Children Tweet Reaction to Dad's Fathering Kid With Former Household Staffer
38 Report: Sandra Bullock Learned of Affair From Tabloid
39 Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins the Love Child Club
40 More Cups of Java a Day Keeps Deadly Cancers Away?
41 Multiple Cups of Java May Reduce Stroke Risk in Women
42 Tea, Coffee May Protect Against Diabetes
43 Filtering Through the Coffee Studies
44 Dangerous Cup o' Joe? Aphrodisiac Coffee Receives FDA Warning
45 You Feel What You Eat
46 Scientists Discover Gene That Controls Obesity
47 Infestations May Trigger 'Bedbug Psychosis'
48 The Big Business of Battling Bedbugs
49 Bedbugs Can Carry Drug-Resistant Bacteria: Study
50 U.S. News and World Report Ranks Nation's Children's Hospitals
51 Dominique Strauss-Kahn: Ladies' Man or Sexual Predator?
52 Christians Ignore Female Pornography Addicts, Until Now
53 Anne Sinclair Stands by Her Man, Dominique Strauss-Kahn
54 Are Adults Having Good Sexts?
55 Surgery Helps a Young Girl Take Back Her Smile
56 Dentists Take Dimmer View of Patients' Smiles
57 Can Yearbook Smiles Spell Marriage Bliss?
58 Can a Blood Test Determine How Long People Will Live?
59 Functional Dysphonia: Vocal Cord Massage Brings Mom's Voice Back
60 Too Big For a Stroller: Why Carting Your Big Kids Does a Disservice
61 Allergy Season Could Be Worst in Years After Wet Winter
62 Yay or Nay? Top 7 Love Helpers
63 Boo Boos in the Bedroom Are More Common Than You Think
64 Sex After 50: Getting Back in the Saddle
65 Genetic evidence for 'mothers curse'
66 Jupiter's moon Io full of fire
67 Neanderthals' last stand possibly found
68 Bats lend an ear to sonar tech
69 Scientists find genetic link to depression
70 Malaria prevents further super-infections
71 Teen anxiety linked to risky driving
72 Noisy humans drowning out fish
73 Desert skinks dig underground empires
74 Coal seam gas 'highlights planning flaws'
75 Third of amphibians unknown: study
76 Icebergs 'fertilise' the Southern Ocean
77 US publishes white-nose bat killer action plan
78 'No hold-up' from UK nuclear review
79 Parrots choose to work together
80 Shuttle Endeavour docks at International Space Station
81 Human arrival 'wiped out' Hawaii's unique crabs
82 Chris Huhne briefs MPs on long-term carbon target
83 Exoplanet near Gliese 581 star 'could host life'
84 China farmers face 'exploding' watermelon problem
85 Japan nuclear crisis: Fukushima shutdown for January
86 Plant clinics scheme to boost food security
87 World's oldest panda Ming Ming 'dies aged 34' in China
88 Rare lion tamarin monkey born at Durrell
89 Higgs boson result 'false alarm'
90 Bionic hand for 'elective amputation' patient
91 UK teams assess Europe's 2018 Moon lander
92 Will the UK's low-carbon ripples spread?
93 Bloodhound diary: Stopping from 1,000mph
94 UK technology's magnetic space future
95 Pioneering colour photography
96 Should electric cars be made to go 'vroom'?
97 Tardigrades: Water bears in space
98 Living in: Vancouver
99 Shuttle Endeavour launches one last time
100 Bid to boost blood cancer survival
101 Air France Rio crash: Black box recorder data 'intact'
102 Man fined for shooting swan 'thinking it was goose'
103 Quakes 'could rupture glacial lakes'
104 Charting unknown Himalayan waters
105 Mining to blame for islands to sink beneath waves
106 Fermi gamma-ray image updates 'extreme Universe' view
107 Man tries to board train with pony in Wrexham
108 Coffee 'cuts prostate cancer risk' US study suggests
109 The tent that turns into concrete in less than 24 hours
110 The gadgets for disaster zones
111 Inside Europe's biggest Hasidic community
112 Saudi woman seeks to put women in the driving seat
113 Strauss-Kahn arrest: Maid 'scared but will testify'
114 Big Mac attack: US man eats record 25,000th burger
115 Shuttle's end spells change at NASA
116 Afghanistan: 'Twelve dead' at protest over NATO raid
117 Mexico: 500 migrants found in trucks in Chiapas
118 Google chairman Schmidt promises privacy controls
119 Hargreaves review gives copyright law digital makeover
120 LinkedIn share price raises bubble fears
121 Sony chief Howard Stringer says firm acted quickly
122 Net pirate monitoring firm hacked
123 Android handsets 'leak' personal data
124 Microsoft's Bill Gates says he advocated Skype takeover
125 Hargreaves Review: Who has won the copyright wars?
126 Superbrands' success fuelled by sex, religion and gossip
127 Russians learn the art of online shopping
128 Facebook inspires Israeli couple to name baby 'Like'
129 Lady Gaga is first celebrity with 10m Twitter followers
130 Are there criminals hiding in the cloud?
131 Slovak media goes behind paywall
132 Elderly care costs could treble says OECD
133 Mentally ill have reduced life expectancy, study finds
134 Dominican Republic's capital on alert for cholera
135 Switzerland: Zurich votes to keep assisted suicide
136 Anti-retroviral drugs 'help reduce' HIV transmission
137 Poor labelling of chewing tobacco hides risks
138 Sickle cell anaemia treatment 'effective for children'
139 'Legal highs' created at an 'unprecedented pace'
140 Egyptian mummy 'first to have diseased heart'
141 Glasgow University researchers 'decode' brainwaves
142 Is it fair to fine fat people for not dieting?
143 Should the US and Russia destroy their smallpox stocks?
144 Gabrielle Giffords: Another milestone in recovery
145 The parental spending craze
146 Measles outbreak warning as cases rise in Europe and UK