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1 Florida Sea Turtle With Shattered Shell Saved by Orthodontist, Veterinarians, Biotech Firms
2 Foxconn Has a Million Workers, Plans a Million Robots
3 Wages, conditions improve as workers in China form unions
4 Steve Jobs Show Shares 'Shocking' Details From Factory Floor
5 Turkmen Rush to Get Mobile Connections
6 Readers of British Tabloid Warned Over Cyberattack
7 Scientists Stunned by Surface of Asteroid Vesta
8 NASA Going Green With Solar-Powered Jupiter Probe
9 Alleged Miley Cyrus Hacker Pleads in Separate Case
10 FCC Seeks More Channel Choices in Cable Lineups
11 Space Needle Contest Aims to Send Person to Space
12 Study Shows Best Places to Protect Marine Mammals
13 Atlanta Child, 5, Dies From Local Anesthesia
14 Sexual Health Database Protects Porn Actors' Privates and Their Privacy
15 Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan Blames Alcoholism for Public Bender and Bar Brawl
16 Worse Than Weiner? Some Delinquent Lawmakers Kept Their Jobs
17 The Beginning of the End of Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment?
18 Betty Ford: A Pioneer Who Redefined the Role of First Lady
19 NFL Star Brandon Marshall Has Borderline Personality Disorder
20 Genetic Mutation May Lead to Violent and Reckless Behavior
21 Celina Cass Autopsy May Reveal What Happened to New Hampshire Girl
22 Dawn gives close-up look at asteroid
23 Belly button home to bacterial zoo
24 Cold electrons provide sharper focus
25 Meet Comex, The 19-Year-Old iPhone Uber-Hacker Who Keeps Outsmarting Apple
26 How Google+ can keep tech's fashionistas buzzing
27 Vimeo goes pro
28 PayPal sent FBI list that led to Anonymous raids
29 If the Kit Kat diet sounds a bit fishy, try stroking the catfish
30 Best Buy launches Insignia connected TVs with DVR-less TiVo
31 Data of Sun website users stolen
32 New wave of global ire as Syria 'massacre' death toll grows
33 Airbnb revamps its policies in response to vandalism
34 Foxconn to boost use of robot machines in manufacturing
35 Adobe, Creator of Flash, Embraces HTML5
36 Workers find ultra-high radiation levels at Fukushima Daiichi plant
37 Report suggests connection between browser choice and IQ level
38 Patent row halts Samsung Galaxy launch in Australia
39 UK cops arrest 71-year-old in News Corp. phone hacking case
40 Syria forces in Hama push as crackdown continues
41 Norway attacks: Breivik makes 'unrealistic' demands
42 Ford recalls 1.2m F-series pick-up trucks
43 Cuba National Assembly approves economic reforms
44 How do you have an honourable resignation?
45 US debt deal winners and losers
46 Australia to post YouTube film to curb people-smuggling
47 Australia uses YouTube to scare off asylum seekers
48 China police kill two suspects in Xinjiang violence
49 Plastic heart gives dad Matthew Green new lease of life
50 Botswana bets on technology to save rural economies
51 Mullen focuses on Afghanistan-Pakistan border havens
52 Oxygen finally spotted in space
53 Female moaning spurs fights between male moose
54 Cities could be the key to saving pollinating insects
55 Bear chemical brings heart hope
56 Watching football in Qatar
57 Colombia markets its .co domain as internet opens up
58 Government warning over untested nasal tanning product
59 Man cured of hearing his eyeballs move
60 iCloud launches for developers, pricing revealed
61 Armageddon alert after Texas lake turns blood-red
62 Asteroid Vesta surface stuns scientists
63 Online B&B firm apologizes with $50K guarantee
64 Microsoft backtracks on Wi-Fi location database
65 Oxygen molecules discovered in deep space
66 Israel confirms electro-optic guided missile
67 Shatner talks "Star Trek" with former captains
68 D.B. Cooper case: "Promising" FBI lead fizzles
69 Gabrielle Giffords votes for debt limit deal
70 Murdoch pie-thrower gets 6 weeks behind bars
71 Saudi prince inks deal for world's tallest tower
72 Russia's Olympic bear kept caged on parked bus
73 Body found in river identified as Celina Cass
74 Yosemite accident brings 2011 death toll to 14
75 Coast Guard unloads 7.5 tons of cocaine in Florida
76 Niece says Ohio serial killer sexually abused her
77 Two talking dogs have an argument
78 Cat channels Igor from "Frankenstein" with creepy walk
79 Asthma tied to moms' exposure to magnetic fields
80 Even a little exercise spells big help for heart
81 Dyslexia a hearing problem? What surprising study says
82 Insurers must offer women free birth control: What else? (PICTURES)
83 Is Michael Douglas still smoking despite throat cancer?
84 Chewing more helps people eat less, study says
85 Google shopping deal could boost parcel delivery services demand
86 Google snaps up Dealmap
87 Google acquires group-buy site Dealmap
88 Google, LivingSocial Acquire Shopping Deals Sites
89 Check out the new iCloud web apps in action
90 Apple iCloud: What it is, and What it Costs
91 Skype for iPad Hits App Store (For Real)
92 Skype for iPad now available
93 Skype Pulls Premature iPad App
94 Apple Notches Major Win Over Samsung in Patent Lawsuit
95 Apple, Samsung in galactic battle
96 Apple Suit Puts Samsung on Hold in Australia
97 First oxygen molecules found in space
98 Herschel uncovers hidden oxygen in Orion
99 Oxygen molecules detected in the Orion Nebula
100 Herschel Telescope Finds Oxygen Molecules in Space
101 Microsoft Plans to Make a 'Bing' for the Buck, Google Still Dominant
102 Bing Gains Cost Microsoft Millions
103 Yahoo European Organic Search Results Transitioning to Bing
104 Google Search (for iPhone)
105 Microsoft Quietly Changes Windows Phone 7 Logo
106 Where Do Profiles Go When Networking Sites Die?
107 Facial recognition software could reveal your social security number
108 Researchers develop cheap facial recognition system to predict SSNs
109 Face-ID Tools Pose New Risk
110 Social Security Numbers Revealed...With Facial-Recognition Software?
111 Shark sanctuaries: Does the ocean's greatest predator need to be protected?
112 Shark Week: An Explanation of Shark Finning
113 Turning the tables: Attack Survivors Help Sharks
114 Conservationists say stronger protections needed for sharks
115 Those crazy San Franciscans
116 Will OS X Lion roar in the enterprise?
117 Survey Says 87% Of Brands Will Advertise On Twitter
118 Hackers Target Sun Newspaper, Post Reader Data Online
119 News Corp.'s Sun Tabloid Says Readers Details Stolen by Hacker
120 Sun compo entrants' privates exposed in public
121 Sun readers' details hacked
122 U.S. broadband closer to advertised speeds: study
123 FCC Study: ISPs Improve Delivery On Advertised Speeds
124 NASA going green with solar-powered Jupiter probe
125 NASA to peer through Jupiter's stormy clouds for first time
126 Solar power to drive Jupiter mission
127 First in Print: See the brightest asteroid
128 Dawn probe sends back images of asteroid
129 Gentle nudges towards Vesta
130 Ion-powered Dawn begins study of asteroid Vesta
131 Dawn Spacecraft Captures Up-Close Imagery of Asteroid Vesta
132 CDC: One Dead, 76 Sick, From Salmonella-fied Ground Turkey
133 Salmonella Outbreak Kills 1, Sickens 76 Nationwide
134 So long, sunscreen? Scientists suggest red wine helps prevent sunburn
135 Drink wine, don't get sunburned
136 More Wine Please! Scientists Say a Glass Can Prevent Sunburns, Skin Damage
137 Drinking wine could help to stop sunburn
138 Wine Consumption May Protect Against Nasty Sunburn
139 Crop circles 'created using GPS, lasers and microwaves'
140 Scientists always anger those who prefer the Earth to be flat
141 Spectacular images from 'Big Bang' recreation
142 Experts design soft, strong robot for healthcare facilities
143 Japan Caretaker Robot Kneels to Lift People off Floor
144 DHA Supplement to Prevent Frequent Colds in Newborns
145 DHA During Pregnancy May Cut Infant Colds
146 Study on magnetic fields, asthma is flawed--critics
147 Electromagnetic Fields Linked to Asthma in Kids
148 Rise in Asthma Risk Linked to Exposure to Magnetic Fields During Pregnancy
149 Desperate, sick Indonesians use railroad 'therapy'
150 Indonesians seek 'railway therapy'
151 Colon Cleansing: Not So Cleansing After All
152 Colon Cleansing May Be Risky, Study Finds
153 This $1 Plastic Chip Can Diagnose HIV In 15 Minutes
154 Lab-on-a-chip may be game-changer in disease detection
155 Rapid, cheap HIV test finds success as first of its kind tested in the field
156 New HIV Test Proves Accurate in Field Test [et al.]
157 A Quick, Cheap Diagnostic Test for HIV and Other Infections
158 Portable lab-on-a-chip could lead to higher HIV detection rates in poor countries
159 Prostate Cancer Results While You Wait
160 A Paper Test for Liver Damage
161 Brain Shrinkage Linked to Smoking, Obesity, Diabetes
162 Unhealthy Lifestyle Ages Brain
163 Conditions that lead to brain shrinkage
164 Warning: Habits and poor health in midlife can shrink your brain
165 Smoking, Diabetes, Obesity May Shrink Your Brain
166 NewsBreak: FDA says sleepy brownies are unsafe
167 Have You Tried Lazy Cakes?
168 NewsBreak: FDA says sleepy brownies are unsafe
169 Kids Still See Unhealthy-Food Ads on TV, Study Finds
170 Healthy food for kids? Not on TV commercials, study finds
171 NYC Mayor, Health Department in Food-Cart Feud
172 Most NYC restaurants get an 'A' in cleanliness
173 City Council Mulls Letter Grades For Food Carts