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1 Study helps dinosaurs shed the kilos
2 More education needed on asteroid threats
3 International trade 'driving nature loss'
4 New 'massacre' reported in Syria's Hama province
5 Spain bond sale to test market confidence
6 Japan's tsunami dock washed up in US state of Oregon
7 Eurozone crisis: Merkel should not be 'singled out' says Cameron
8 Joseph Stalin's deadly railway to nowhere
9 US Coast Guard sinks tsunami 'ghost ship'
10 Facebook investors offered $40m for trading glitch
11 Google unveils new mapping technologies
12 Geek chic: When fashion meets technology
13 Sat-navs could affect driving ability, say researchers
14 Asus unveils 'world's biggest tablet' ahead of Computex
15 CT scans on children 'could triple brain cancer risk'
16 Scientists excited about Iowa mammoth discovery
17 LinkedIn confirms password leak, encourages users to update passwords
18 ICANN to announce new top-level domains June 13
19 'Peekaboo' Reveals Babies Understanding of Quantum Mechanics
20 5 Incredible Baby Skills
21 Why Do We Have Personal Space?
22 Ancient Statue Reveals Prince Who Would Become Buddha
23 Why Humans Prevailed
24 Robots Mimic Disappearing Cockroaches
25 Ray Bradbury's Death Mourned by Scientists and Sci-Fi Luminaries
26 Security Cameras Turn into Super-Fast Sleuths
27 Huge Black Hole Likely Booted from Home Galaxy
28 Low Salmon Population Stressing Killer Whales
29 Exotic Particle More Mundane Than Thought, Physicists Say
30 Sexy Advertising On the Rise
31 New Fetal Genome Sequencing Could Spot Disorders
32 Baby's Cells Mix and Mingle with Pregnant Mom's
33 Listening To The Pulsing of Stars
34 Why Office Gossip Isn't a Bad Thing After All
35 5 Great Ray Bradbury Quotes About Death
36 Extra Whooping Cough Booster Shot Might Protect More Kids
37 Celeb Trend of 'IV Vitamins' Not a Good Idea
38 Rare Photos Reveal Elusive Jaguar Cubs on Oil Plantation
39 Tipping Point? Earth Headed for Catastrophic Collapse, Researchers Warn
40 Venus Crosses the Sun for Last Time Until 2117, Skywatchers Rejoice
41 The Internet Was Invented in 1934 (Sorta)
42 Most Work Emails Not Important, Study Finds
43 Global Warming Fight Could Turn Skies Brighter, Whiter
44 Anxiety Cranks Up Activity in Women's Brains
45 'Year of the Rhino' Begins in Bid to Save Species
46 13 Tech Sounds You Just Don't Hear Anymore
47 Newfound Object Is Faintest Distant Galaxy Seen at Universe's Edge
48 Baby Manta Rays 'Breathe' In Utero
49 Diet Season: Dinosaurs Slim Down in New Analysis
50 New Touch Screen Morphs 3D Buttons on Command
51 Why a DIY Pioneer Dislikes 3D Printing
52 Fragments of D-Day Battle Found in Omaha Beach Sand
53 $6 Billion Mystery Reveals Shoplifting Epidemic
54 Weird World of Quantum Physics May Govern Life
55 What Workers Want from Bosses This Summer
56 No Tornado Deaths in May: First Time Since 2005
57 Gold Earring, Precious Stones Among 2,000-Year-Old Treasure
58 'Prometheus' Examines the Roots of Alien's Mythology
59 Macho Guys Can Be Surprisingly Cooperative, Study Finds
60 8 Famous Folks Who Made Surprising Job Switches
61 Wright Brothers & First Flight
62 Unmanned Drones to Fly into Hurricanes
63 Why Some People Blame Themselves for Everything
64 New Primate Fossil Points to 'Out of Asia' Theory
65 Giant Insects Shrunk As Birds Entered Prehistoric Skies
66 A Rat is Smarter Than Google
67 Vertical Farms Sprout into Reality
68 Reference: Computer History
69 Amelia Earhart Distress Call Details Emerge
70 Tundra Shrubs Turn into Trees as Arctic Warms
71 Oracle Cloud Apps Unleashed: The Good, Bad, And Ugly
72 As LinkedIn increases security, some users laugh at hack
73 UPDATE 2--LinkedIn suffers data breach
74 What Good Are 3D Maps, Anyway?
75 Google Ups Ante as Map Battle Looms
76 Apple and Google wage war
77 Microsoft's Do Not Track default in IE10 violates new specs
78 IE 10's 'Do-Not-Track' Default Dies Quick Death
79 Microsoft IE10 Privacy Settings Draw Advertiser Fire
80 Space shuttle Enterprise makes final voyage--to New York
81 Samsung fights Apple move to block Galaxy sales
82 Apple Seeks to Block Sales of Samsung's New Galaxy Phone
83 RIM results look bleak on fourth-quarter loss
84 Research In Motion 'had identity crisis at its peak'
85 Microsoft denies HTC early access to Windows 8
86 HTC Woes Set to Worsen on Exclusion From Microsoft Tablet
87 Windows 8: Not even Microsoft thinks businesses will use it
88 Search engine for apps Quixey raises $20 mln
89 Internet radio warns of password leak
90 Oracle's Ellison joins Twitter as company shows off cloud products
91 Microsoft Is Barring HTC From Making Windows 8 Tablets, Report Says
92 73% of iPhone buyers choose 4S, 38% switch from Android or BlackBerry
93 New Technology Adds Keyboard Feel To Touchscreens
94 Video claims to show new iPhone design
95 Apple's attempt to ban Samsung Galaxy S III in U.S. not met lightly
96 Robots mimic cockroach's disappearing act
97 CT Scans Raise Cancer Risk For Children
98 Researchers sequence fetus' entire genome from mom's blood and dad's saliva
99 Reprogamming Cells Could Eliminate Dangers of Side Effects in Medicine
100 Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea is Spreading, WHO Warns
101 How 11 New York City Babies Contracted Herpes Through Circumcision
102 CDC: Majority of older teens text while driving
103 New weapon tested against multi-drug resistant TB
104 Overweight people with large waists have almost equal risk of developing diabetes as obese people
105 New York hospital suspends live-donor transplant program after accidental death during surgery
106 Dwindling fish supply stresses endangered killer whales
107 Three cups of coffee a day, keep Alzheimer's away?
108 How your diet might help you quit smoking
109 Investigation reveals morning-after pill may not prevent implantation
110 Flesh-eating bacteria victim Aimee Copeland struggles with phantom pains
111 Vietnamese man has massive 200-lb. tumor removed from leg
112 Anxiety causes women's brains to work harder than men's