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1 Can Japan Thrive without Nuclear Power?
2 IBM Faces the Perils of "Bring Your Own Device"
3 The Facebook Fallacy
4 Data Mining Your Desktop
5 Brain Scan for Alzheimer's
6 When Gadgets Get under Your Skin
7 Gmail's Security Hole Could Lead to Mass Harvesting of Accounts
8 European Physicists Smash Chinese Teleportation Record
9 Quantum Dots May Be Safe to Use in Patients
10 For $74, a Mini-Android Computer
11 Leap 3D Out-Kinects Kinect (Video)
12 Biophoton Communication: Can Cells Talk Using Light?
13 How Men and Women Manage Their Social Networks Differently
14 Robot Boats Survive Epic Voyage Across the Pacific--So Far
15 In First, Navy Will Put 4G Network on Ships
16 Facebook Engineer Turns 5-Year-Olds Into Hackers
17 IBM Outlaws Siri, Worried She Has Loose Lips
18 Big Person on a Big Chair
19 Attain Any Tone With These Tweakable Guitar Effects
20 May 23, 1985: Selling Stealth Secrets to the Reds Comes at a High Price
21 Adventures of Apollo Astronauts Now Tracked in 3-D
22 Better Fish Forensics Will Flag Illegal Catches
23 Army Readies Its Mammoth Spy Blimp for First Flight
24 Tesla Model S Coming June 22
25 ITC Judge: Xbox Should Be Banned From U.S. Over Motorola Patent Violation
26 Jury Flummoxed Over Google-Oracle Patent Fight
27 Project Glass Augmented-Reality Specs Spotted on Larry Page's Face
28 Sidecar App Re-Imagines Mobile Phone Calls With a Flurry of Clever Features
29 DARPA, Venter Launch Assembly Line for Genetic Engineering
30 NSA Teams Up With Colleges to Train Students for Secret Cyber-Ops Jobs
31 Hands On:, Microsoft's 'Experimental' Social Search Network
32 New York Legislation Would Ban Anonymous Online Speech
33 iPhone-Powered gTar Could Teach You Guitar
34 Steal This Idea: DIY Time Zone Clocks
35 SpaceX In Orbit--Successful Launch of Falcon 9 Rocket
36 Facebook Settling 'Sponsored Stories' Privacy Lawsuit
37 Google Outdoes Itself With Moog Synthesizer Doodle (Play It Here)
38 Mozilla Aims to Build a Better Web With 'Webmakers' Project
39 Repost: When Whales Walked in Egypt
40 Will The Cloud's Brand Suffer From Outages?
41 Combat 'Burn Pits' Ruin Immune Systems, Study Shows
42 Garmin's Multi-Controller Concept Talks to the Hand
43 Ancient walking mystery deepens
44 How whales open their huge mouths
45 Street lights 'changing ecology on the ground'
46 Nations need food security goals
47 Skin cells turned into healthy heart muscle cells
48 Peru dolphins not killed by oil blasts, says minister
49 Google funds computer teachers and Raspberry Pis in England
50 Jocelyn Bell Burnell: How science was a man's world
51 Bacteria clean up blackened aftermath of Mourne blazes
52 Human bombs: Are they a realistic threat?
53 A visitor's guide to the Diamond Jubilee
54 Does globalization mean we will become one culture?
55 Egyptians vote in landmark presidential election
56 Facebook and banks behind flotation face lawsuit
57 EU summit: Merkel challenged on growth strategy
58 US Secret Service received 64 complaints of misconduct
59 Pakistan jails doctor who helped CIA find Bin Laden
60 A love-hate relationship
61 Beijing sets 'two flies only' public toilet guidelines
62 Nazi legacy: The troubled descendants
63 Will Canada's housing bubble burst?
64 Gary Connery in world's first skydive without parachute
65 Russia tests secret missile after NATO shield launched
66 Leveson Inquiry: Piers Morgan explained phone hacking--Paxman
67 Singapore wants creativity not cramming
68 Google did not breach Oracle patents, a court has found
69 Hewlett-Packard to cut 27,000 jobs by the end of 2014
70 Raspberry Pi faces challenge from Android-based rivals
71 4G interference 'threatens two million Freeview homes'
72 123-Reg hosted websites go offline after 'China attack'
73 Dell looks to future tablets as consumer sales slump
74 Children's social network Moshi Monster goes mobile
75 How can 1.2bn people be identified quickly?
76 Diablo sets record for fastest-selling PC-based game
77 Google rejects automatic pornography block rules
78 Clot drug 'helps stroke recovery,' Edinburgh University study suggests
79 Hospital infections down but new strains emerging
80 Third of malaria drugs 'are fake'
81 N/A
82 Jury: Google didn't infringe on Oracle patents
83 Robert "Bob" Moog honored with Google Doodle
84 Diablo III breaks PC-game launch record
85 Xbox 360 should be banned in U.S., says judge
86 FCC chairman, Netflix at odds over broadband data caps
87 Facebook settles "sponsored stories" lawsuit
88 Star Trek's "Scotty" finally launched into space
89 U.S., China, Russia, Elon Musk: Entrepreneur's "insane" vision becomes reality
90 Dancing with the Stars: Donald Driver crowned champion
91 In Secret Service hearing, additional allegations of misconduct unearthed
92 Suing the sender? Distracted driving lawsuit blames both texters for crash
93 Oxford requests Bigfoot samples for DNA testing
94 Moon rock chips from Vegas casino mogul sent to NASA
95 Some banks kept quiet on dimming Facebook outlook
96 Traffic jam at the top of the world: Hundreds risk their lives to summit Everest
97 Homeland Security IG Investigates Fast and Furious
98 Egypt readies excitedly for historic election
99 Health experts: Routine PSA tests for prostate cancer not good for health
100 FAMU band members describe hazing ritual
101 Wael Ghonim: Next Egyptian president will "be held accountable"
102 How scammers can steal your credit card information at the gas pump
103 Hawaii verifies Obama's birth records to Arizona
104 Friends say "no back-story" to Fitzgerald's exit
105 Broken ribs keep Nancy Reagan from attending Paul Ryan speech at Reagan Presidential Library
106 Documents show filmmakers were granted unique access to bin Laden raid info
107 White House responds to Cardinal Dolan, says Obama's health care policy "respects religious liberty"
108 Republicans push "new perspective" on women
109 Allman on 7th marriage: "This is my first wife"
110 Teen seeks to manufacture hiccups cure
111 FBI fighting two-front war on growing enemy--cyber-espionage
112 Royal DJ? Prince Charles spins vinyl in Toronto
113 Study links calcium pills to heart attacks
114 Person with active tuberculosis visited two Calif. neonatal units
115 United Nations: Six Fukushima reactor workers did not die from radiation