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1 Laser pushes data speed to new limits
2 Century of Aussie inventions go online
3 Scientists create new type of painkiller
4 Baby turtles turn to find egg hotspot
5 Spin cycle reveals star's age
6 Cultured people happier, less stressed
7 Geometry skills are innate, Amazon tribe study suggests
8 Amondawa tribe lacks abstract idea of time, study says
9 Advanced geometry of Islamic art
10 UK Skylon spaceplane passes key review
11 MPs urge backing for UK shale gas
12 Robots develop language to 'talk' to each other
13 Thousands face volcanic ash cloud flight cancellations
14 Tepco confirms extra partial fuel rod meltdown at plant
15 Mid and west Wales power protesters at Senedd
16 MP Glyn Davies says wind farms would destroy mid Wales
17 Wind expansion divides community
18 Laser puts record data rate through fibre
19 Clegg: UK green bank 'to begin investing in April 2012'
20 Bacteria 'linked' to Parkinson's disease
21 Australia Climate Commission says warming risk is real
22 Evolution, sex and dinosaur necks
23 Skylon: Ending 40 years of hurt
24 How are serial animal killers investigated?
25 Branson lemur plans bear fruit
26 Iceland volcano pumps a different ash
27 Is graphene a miracle material?
28 Sat nav-style technology used to track UK seabirds
29 Seagrasses face extinction threat
30 Queen greets President Obama on first UK state visit
31 Libya: Rebels 'to open office in US'--Jeffrey Feltman
32 Egypt: Hosni Mubarak and sons to be tried over deaths
33 India's unwanted girls
34 Bin Laden and The IT Crowd: Anatomy of a Twitter hoax
35 Rapture: Harold Camping issues new apocalypse date
36 Liger cubs nursed by dog in China's Xixiakou Zoo
37 Africa's business technology revolution gathers pace
38 Inca success in Peruvian Andes 'thanks to llama dung'
39 Early Bronze Age battle site found on German river bank
40 New method 'confirms dark energy'
41 Paralysed man can stand and move his legs again
42 Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer bolted to space station
43 Pilot whales leave Loch Carnan following death
44 Instruments saw Japan quake lurch
45 Bin-raiding brown bear collared in the name of research
46 Postcard from Belfast
47 Protein flaws responsible for complex life, study says
48 Ancient ancestor's legacy of life
49 'Grape' is key to fossil puzzle
50 Invasion of the orchid snatchers
51 US sanctions foreign firms trading with Iran
52 Strange encounter at a Saudi airport
53 Sarkozy questions 'neutral' net at e-G8 forum
54 Facebook should allow under 13s says Mark Zuckerberg
55 Brussels readies net piracy purge
56 Courts 'could target' Twitter UK
57 Cisco rejects Falun Gong 'China online spying' lawsuit
58 Sony forecasts annual loss of $3.2bn
59 Mobile wallet offered to UK shoppers
60 Fake security software catches out Apple owners
61 Freedom fears of India's web users
62 Super-injunctions: What could happen to rogue tweeters?
63 Smartphone app offers Lincolnshire's bikers safety tips
64 Cloud computing after Amazon and Sony: ready for primetime?
65 Are we living in a sci fi future?
66 Brisk walks fight prostate cancer
67 Prostate cancer: FAQs
68 Vuvuzelas 'may spread diseases'
69 Parents 'bypassing GPs' for non-urgent child treatment
70 Lung patients reassured over ash cloud from Iceland
71 New York's outdoor smoking ban: Will the world follow?
72 'I have to sit on plastic bags'
73 Business booms for Danish sperm
74 Dr. Luisa Dillner's guide to...tai chi
75 New Nook gets touch screen, lower price
76 Experts: Multiple killer tornados "unusual but not unknown"
77 Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" Revenge app on iPhones now
78 Smart pajamas may watch you snooze
79 4th-graders discover 11,500-year-old mastodon hair
80 Credit cards and wallets to become obsolete with Square technology? No!!!
81 Dog nurses ligers after tiger mom refuses
82 Zap! Laser breaks data transmission record
83 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer predicts our computers will "know" what we want
84 Health, happiness and gallery openings
85 Oprah Effect keeps on giving to show guests
86 Muhammad Ali to Iran: Release U.S. hikers
87 Jane Seymour: Schwarzenegger has two more out-of-wedlock kids
88 Harold Camping "flabbergasted" by non-Rapture
89 Taliban chief disappeared, says Afghan intel
90 Joplin, Mo., slammed by twister; 116 dead
91 GOP cuts target food aid for low-income families
92 Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says we blew it, girls
93 Nice guys turn women off, sex study shows: Who turns them on?
94 Vertex hepatitis C drug gets FDA okay: What will Incivek mean for liver patients?
95 Vowel sounds reveal male sexual orientation, study shows
96 England may pay doctors for frank talk with fat patients
97 Christina Hendricks bares truth about breasts: Did "Mad Men" star buck implant trend?
98 Developmental disability on rise in U.S. kids: Why?
99 Popular "relaxation" foods dangerous?
100 Baby boomers fueling boom in knee, hip surgeries
101 Netanyahu: Israel open to "painful compromises"
102 Barnes & Noble unveils new, cheaper Nook e-reader
103 Critics Continue Targeting Hon Hai Over Hazards of Dust
104 'Combustible Dust' Plant Explosion May Cost Apple 500,000 iPads
105 Music publishers reportedly close to cloud streaming deal with Apple
106 Twitter reportedly buys TweetDeck for $40M
107 Twitter reportedly buying TweetDeck for more than $40 million
108 Amazon tablet: Will it be a 'Kindle for movies'?
109 Yahoo Guns For Gmail, Hotmail With Massive Yahoo Mail Update
110 Lack of IPv6 traffic stats makes judging progress difficult
111 Apple App Store Hits 500K Approved Apps, Report Says
112 Apple Rules Mobile Video Viewing
113 Apple gadgets gobble 80 percent of mobile video
114 Apple's iOS App Store reaches a half-million approved apps--report
115 Firefox 5 beta arrives for desktop and Android
116 Apple CEO Steve Jobs to Host WWDC 2011 Keynote, or Not [UPDATED]
117 Steve Jobs Will Give WWDC Keynote
118 Sony Hacked Again
119 NASA to Announce Big Decision on Human Spaceflight Future
120 9 Sunscreens Get Top Ratings by Consumer Reports
121 WHO defers fixing date on destroying live smallpox
122 Vertex Secures FDA Approval of Much-Anticipated Hepatitis C Drug
123 Vertex hepatitis C drug OK'd, promising more cures
124 New Hepatitis C Drug Incivek Gets FDA Approval
125 Smoking Ban in NYC Parks Takes Effect
126 NYC's Outdoor Smoking Ban: A Minor Victory for Runners
127 New USDA Recommendation Lowers Pork Cooking Temperature Guidelines
128 USDA Changes Recommended Cooking Temperature for Pork
129 New reservation system lets you stay home until emergency room doctors are ready
130 Despite rise in patients, emergency rooms are increasingly closing their doors
131 Heart Disease Scan of Little Value for Low-Risk Patients
132 Some heart screenings may do more harm than good
133 Ford developing technology to monitor drivers' heart rate
134 Ford develops heart-monitoring seat
135 Ford developing car seat that tracks heart rate
136 Health Commissioner Bans Sale of Bath Salts in NY
137 For Men, Good Health May Be Found at the Museum
138 A Cultured Man Is a Healthier, Happier Man: Study
139 Cultural activities good for men's health and happiness
140 Georgia Moms Revolt Against New City Law That Limits Breastfeeding in Public
141 Women protest Forest Park breastfeeding rules
142 States cut back efforts to provide drugs for HIV, AIDS
143 Drugs Stop AIDS. Take Your Medicine.