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1 5 Reasons Why E-Books Aren't There Yet
2 30 Years of AIDS, And How It Began. (Part 1)
3 Rare Midnight Solar Eclipse Caught in Arctic
4 A Plethora of Fossil Possums
5 Ford's Building Its Tiniest Engine Yet
6 Drug War Means Boom Times for Armored Car Maker
7 Photos From a Stolen MacBook
8 Alt Text: It's Makeover Time for DC Comics Superheroes
9 U.N. Report Declares Internet Access a Human Right
10 Airlines, FAA Chart New Course With iPads
11 Amazing High-Speed Photos Use Lethal Home-Made Flash
12 Apple Prepares to Unleash OS Lion, iOS 5 at WWDC 2011
13 Gossip, Grooming, and Your Dunbar Number
14 Dark Matter Explained in Six Minutes...(GeekDad Weekly Rewind)
15 Pentax GPS Unit Sees Stars--Literally
16 Polar Pillow Cools Hot Heads
17 The One Darwin Really DID Get Wrong: Rumble at Glen Roy
18 Those Who Waited Get Impatient Too: or how new journo tools can get you out of old school
19 Researchers Crack Audio Security System
20 Stimulating New Therapy for Epilepsy
21 Can Google Know Where the Gmail Attack Came from?
22 Google Reveals Chinese Espionage Efforts
23 Social Sites Cover Chinese Hackers' Tracks
24 Arabic Social Startup Stays Local
25 An Ultra-High-Definition 3-D TV
26 The Costs of Bad Security
27 How Facebook Leveraged Publishers' Desperation to Build a Web-Wide Tracking System
28 Cell Phone Use a 'Possible' Cancer Risk
29 Video Shows Windows 8 Seamlessly Integrating Touch, Desktop, and Web
30 Pirates of The Caribbean 4 Plunders New 3-D Technology
31 Everything We (Might) Know About Apple's iCloud
32 Windows 8 Proves Web Apps Are the Future of Computing
33 Sequencing Killer E. Coli Reveals New Strain
34 Sequencing Killer E. Coli Reveals New Strain
35 Video Ads that Outwit Spammers
36 Emergent Images to Outwit Spambots
37 U.S. Aims Missiles at Hackers
38 How Friends Influence Gadget Adoption
39 What Will a Nuclear-Free Germany Cost?
40 A Worldwide Nuclear Slowdown Continues
41 GE Hitachi's Answer to Nuclear Waste
42 Newer Nuclear Reactors Might Not Have Failed in Japan
43 Startup Hopes to Make Sickness Social
44 Sony Sets Its Sights on Augmented Reality
45 Tapping Quantum Effects for Software that Learns
46 Scaling Up a Quantum Computer
47 Toward a Quantum Internet
48 Extending the Life of Quantum Bits
49 A Quantum Memory Leap
50 Quantum Leap
51 iPhone Add-On Lark Can Help You Sleep
52 Sony Hackers Brag It Was Easy to Compromise Info From 1 Million Consumers
53 Climate Change Threatens Food Crisis as Croplands Reduced, Says Report
54 Do Computers and Video Games Lead to Nearsightedness?
55 Mark Kelly, Gabrielle Giffords Reunite, Hold Hands for 2 Hours
56 Justin Bieber? Or Justin Beaver? Yahoo Lists 7 Top Misspelled Searches of 2011
57 Osama Bin Laden Dead: Web Users Celebrate With Fake Twitter Accounts, Facebook Pages
58 'I Begin to Wonder Who Was Holding Whom': ABC News' Matt Gutman Learns How to Grab a Python in the Everglades
59 N/A
60 40 Snakes Almost on Plane in Indonesia
61 No Jail Time for Snake Dealer, 2 Others After Bite
62 Parents Make Facebook Page for Unborn Child; Becomes Online Journal
63 Save the Frogs: Animal Rights Groups Help High Schools Do Frog Dissections by Computer Program
64 Police and Anti-Theft Software Combine to Nab MacBook Thief
65 Jetpack Can Soar to 5,000 Feet and Reach 63 MPH
66 National Hurricane Center Predicts Above Average 2011 Season
67 Video: American Muslims Should Buy Guns, Start Shooting People
68 China Calls US Culprit in Global 'Internet War'
69 Protesters Celebrate Departure of Yemen's Leader
70 Another Hack at Sony; 120 Passwords Go Online
71 Colorado Fossils Shed Light on Ice Age Mastodons
72 California Condor Chick Born in Wild in Mexico
73 Startup Turns Anyone's Car Into Part Of A Zipcar-Like Fleet
74 Traffic-Busting Tech: 5 Top Tools for Saving Gas, Beating Traffic
75 2010 was record year for greenhouse gas emissions
76 Much Progress Claimed in Quest for Hydrogen Fuel
77 Vitamin D Protects Against Age-Related Vision Loss
78 Rent-a-Car Companies Putting Recalled Autos on the Road
79 Not all rental cars safe, USA TODAY analysis finds
80 Rental Car Agencies Band Together Against NHTSA Study
81 10 Great Places to Bar-Hop Around the World
82 7 in 10 Americans say high gas prices hurt
83 GM CEO Akerson says 'doors open' to alternative energy
84 Virgin to Use GM Fuel Cell Cars as Limos
85 Bionic Sight: FDA OKs Telescope Eye Implant
86 Gene Therapy Improves Vision for Blind Patients
87 'Virtual Dementia Tour' Leaves Participants Frustrated but Sympathetic
88 Ultimate Love Triangle: Mother-in-Law's Alzheimer's Disease Strains Marriage
89 Puzzling Out 10 Alzheimer's Myths
90 Nearly 18 Million Will Have Macular Degeneration by 2050
91 6 Airline Travel Myths Revealed
92 Motrin Lawsuit: Jury Awards Girl $10 Million for Burns and Blindness
93 Personalized Medicine Redefines How Docs Treat Cancer
94 Florida Law Bans Doctors From Asking About Guns
95 Energy Drink Killing: Brother Says Plea Is Bull
96 Spinal-Cord Injury Victim First to Undergo Embryonic Stem-Cell Therapy
97 Inventor of Zicam Flu Remedy Arrested in Calif.
98 Bleachorexia: When Teeth Are Never White Enough
99 Doctors' Call to Stop Chemotherapy Overuse, Cut Cancer Costs
100 POM (pous) Claims? Juice Makers Accused of Overstating Health Benefits
101 'Caffeine Buzz': Real, or Myth?
102 Tip of the Day: Eat Omega-3 Fatty Acids
103 Can Zinc Kill the Common Cold? Doctors Skeptical
104 Britain's Bad Smiles Revealed
105 Teeth Whitening Kiosks at the Mall
106 Top 5 Secrets Your Dentist Will Never Spill
107 Consumer Reports' 'Dirty Dozen': 12 Risky Supplements
108 Natural-Born Healers? The Top 10 Natural Products
109 Does Eating Brown Rice Lower Diabetes Risk?
110 Graveyard Sex May Have Caused A Tombstone To Roll Over On A New Jersey Woman's Leg
111 Moons like Earth's could be more common than we thought
112 Earth's Moon is 'cosmic rarity'
113 Climate to wreak havoc on food supply, predicts report
114 Bid to save sandpiper at risk of extinction in Russia
115 Quantum mechanics rule 'bent' in classic experiment
116 DNA computer 'calculates square roots'
117 New strain of MRSA superbug found in cows
118 Essential oils destroy MRSA, Brighton scientists say
119 Deepest-living land animal found
120 Antarctic survey reveals rugged buried landscape
121 Outbreak is new form of E. coli
122 Nature 'is worth billions' to UK
123 German police train vulture 'detectives' to find bodies
124 AS-level maths error: students set impossible question
125 Surfing in space just got faster
126 Who are the 'thugs' in British woods?
127 Internet of things blurs the line between bits and atoms
128 Chile volcano chain: Puyehue erupts, forcing evacuation
129 South China Sea: Vietnamese hold anti-Chinese protest
130 E. coli outbreak: German beansprouts 'probable' cause
131 Kashmiri killing: Worrying times for Pakistan militants
132 Yemenis rejoice as Saleh leaves but fighting continues
133 Chinese men find mortgages a prerequisite for marriage
134 DIY demolition on Gaddafi's pet projects
135 UN urges more funds for early HIV treatment
136 Signs that E. coli cases are stabilising, say doctors
137 Hopes raised of blocking return of leukaemia
138 Smelly chemicals confuse mosquitoes
139 Google to abandon older browsers
140 Windows 8 previewed by Microsoft
141 Targeted cyber attacks an 'epidemic'
142 Joshua Kaufman's Mac recovered with 'Hidden' app clues
143 Are children becoming 'digitally illiterate'?