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1 The Ghost Space Shuttle: NASA Ship in Houston for Every Mission
2 Samsung LED Seeks US Import Ban on Osram Products
3 Last Space Shuttle Crew Bids Historic Goodbye
4 Largest Population of Rare Gibbon Found in Vietnam
5 Brain Injury Raises Dementia Risk, US Study Finds
6 HTC Says Ruling Finds It Violated 2 Apple Patents
7 Casey Anthony Release: Parents Refused to be Decoys
8 Montana Dad Gives Cancer-Stricken Boy Marijuana Behind Doctor's Back
9 Marriages More Satisfying When Wives are Thinner Than Husbands, Study Finds
10 Many Older People Ignoring Heat Warnings
11 Baby Boomers and Alzheimer's Disease
12 Sugar molecule lights up bacteria
13 Modern computers create wasted data
14 Dawn enters orbit around asteroid Vesta
15 That Was Fast: Facebook Bans Google+ Ad
16 HTC's fate up in the air
17 NASA Spacecraft Enters Orbit Around Asteroid
18 SeaMicro crams 768 Atom cores in new cloud server
19 Shoppers fume over Sears' $69 iPad ad mistake
20 Will Adobe wreck EchoSign?
21 Smartphones: The Future of Combat?
22 How hot is it? Triple-digit heat buckles roads in Oklahoma
23 Apple's iOS 4.3.4 jailbroken
24 Double Eruption From Indonesian Volcano Lokon
25 Japan's women inspire battered nation with World Cup win
26 Imagine Apple with an MBA at top, no Steve Jobs
27 Apple's A6 chip in pilot production
28 Jailbreak your iPad 2, iPhone 4 simply by visiting a Web site
29 App enables iPad 2 jailbreak from your browser
30 Report: iPad 'HD' to sit alongside iPad 2
31 Human-derived gelatin spares the livestock, confuses vegans
32 Giant Undersea Volcanoes Found Off Antarctica
33 Practical Tips for Becoming a Road Warrior
34 Five Best Social Media Practices for Small Businesses
35 NASA satellite records central African pollution 'butterfly'
36 MySpace's Tom warns Google+ about excessive feed filtering
37 Dawn probe orbits asteroid Vesta
38 Mystery of mole's second thumb solved
39 20m pounds tool to be used to dismantle nuclear site
40 Japan plans to ban Fukushima beef
41 NFU frustration over Welsh Government TB review delay
42 Patagonia's historic cowboy ranches
43 Afghanistan: US Gen. John Allen warns of 'tough days'
44 Hungary Nazi war crimes suspect Sandor Kepiro acquitted
45 Taliban in Pakistan 'police killing' video
46 Rape and murder in Uttar Pradesh
47 New lease of life for Kenya's 'lunatic' railway
48 Painkillers 'may ease agitation' in dementia patients
49 Ecuador bans alcohol after 21 die from bootleg liquor
50 John Yates quits Met Police amid phone-hacking scandal
51 What's the art of answering a tricky question?
52 Middle class China turns to private health insurance
53 BBC to survey UK mobile coverage
54 Orange and T-Mobile chief executive quits
55 HTC to appeal against Apple patent ruling
56 Lady Gaga's UK website is hacked, Universal confirms
57 Have computer games become boring?
58 Hong Kong fertility clinic admits embryo error
59 JK Rowling 'plagiarism' case fails
60 Poll: 71% shun GOP handling of debt crisis
61 Woman shoots at puppy, kills husband instead
62 Tea party debt plan to go to vote in House
63 Convicted killer sues Colo. for saving his life
64 Tire blowout eyed in fatal NY bus crash
65 N.Y. grocery turns to scent marketing
66 Google News Badges rewards you for reading
67 Busted by Facebook? Social networking boasts have cost some their freedom
68 Pressure on HTC to avoid Apple patents
69 Drum roll please: 2011's top eco car
70 Women's World Cup final breaks Twitter record
71 Ivanka Trump gives birth, announces it on Twitter
72 Measles on rampage in Africa: How to stay safe
73 Man-made windpipe recipient almost refused life-saving operation
74 Measles in Ethiopia, Kenya, add to number of 2011 outbreaks
75 Syrian activists: Daily body count up to 30
76 NATO hits civilian radar at Tripoli airport
77 Human Wasps Build a Giant Nest in New York
78 Astronauts May Benefit from Red Wine in Orbit
79 'Carmageddon': Will Massive Project Fix LA's Traffic Nightmare?
80 Large Forks May Curb Eating, Study Shows
81 Electric Bacteria Blink On and Off
82 Amazon Debuts Textbook Rental Service
83 Coolest High-Tech Roller Coasters
84 Radioactive Decay Fuels Earth's Inner Fires
85 It's OK to Share a Bed with Your Toddler, Study Finds
86 Kids Safer with Grandparents Behind the Wheel
87 Want to Get Healthy? Try Switching to 'Right' Fats
88 Snails Survive Being Eaten and Excreted by Birds
89 Engineering a New Face After Injury
90 Hacking for Dummies: New Breed Learns Skills From Web
91 Female Soccer Players Preen and 'Flop' Less Than Men, Studies Find
92 Rotten Dinosaur Egg Reveals Lives of Ancient Scavengers
93 People Don't Think Women Are Natural Leaders
94 Photo Confirms First Grizzly Bear Spotting in 15 Years
95 Benign Brain Tumors Not Linked to Cell Phones
96 Monster Black Holes Aren't Always Born in Galaxy Collisions
97 Supercomputer Data Network Links Researchers at Blazing Download Speeds
98 Big Surprises about Eyewitness Research
99 Why Teens and Adults Send X-Rated Texts
100 Higher Cigarette Taxes Don't Faze Certain Age, Income Groups
101 Electric Bacteria Blink On and Off
102 Helping Patients Test Treatments for Chronic Illness
103 Automakers Give Flywheels a Spin
104 When You're Always a Familiar Face
105 Tomorrow's Transistor, Built Atom by Atom
106 A New Direction for Digital Compasses
107 Two Patients Undergo Stem-Cell Blindness Treatment
108 Chrysler Experiments with Hydraulic Hybrid Minivans
109 Ultra-High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries
110 A Cheaper Battery for Hybrid Cars
111 Face Recognition: Clever or Just Plain Creepy?
112 A Face-Finding Search Engine
113 Better Face-Recognition Software
114 Applied Materials Moves Solar Expertise to China
115 Making Smart Windows that Are Also Cheap
116 Cheaper Color-Changing Window
117 Displays on a Roll
118 Stem-Cell Gamble
119 Uncertain Stem-Cell Policy Hinders Research
120 Superconductors to Wire a Smarter Grid
121 Building the Zero-Emissions City
122 Personal Rapid Transit Startup
123 Evidence Suggests that the Internet Changes How We Remember
124 Editing the Genetic Code of Living Bacteria
125 GE's CEO Says Wind Power Doesn't Need Government Help
126 Russia's Post-Shuttle Space Plans
127 A Bracelet Body Monitor
128 Windows Will Be the Minority Platform by 2013, Says Analyst
129 New U.S. Regulations Proposed in Response to Fukushima
130 Lessons Interface Designers Can Learn from Teledildonics
131 Surprise! Facebook Has No Problem Running Ads for Users' Google+ Accounts
132 The 70 Online Databases that Define Our Planet
133 TR10: Real-Time Search
134 A Heart Pump without a Cord
135 Tiny Blood Pumps for Failing Hearts
136 Operating inside a Beating Heart
137 Heartbeats at the Speed of Light
138 Is the Desktop Having an Identity Crisis?
139 The Ultrafast Future of Wireless