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1 Star's corpse shines bright in X-rays
2 New accuracy record set for quantum computing
3 UK waterways face 'invasional meltdown' from European organisms
4 Hermaphrodite snail named after marriage equality
5 Chart-topping rocks: UK's 'Greatest Geosites' announced
6 Woman finds three-inch leech in nose after South East Asia trip
7 Crime-fighting surveillance planes provoke privacy controversy
8 Nobel Prize: How English beat German as language of science
9 Heathrow Ebola screening from Tuesday
10 NHS staff strike in dispute over pay
11 Oscar Pistorius trial: Call for community service angers prosecutor
12 Rival parties' anger at TV debate offer to Nigel Farage
13 British tourist murders: Thai diplomat summoned
14 North Korea: Where is Kim Jong-un?
15 Riba Stirling Prize 2014: Liverpool Everyman Theatre
16 Me and my 'useless' gall bladder
17 Does social media impact on body image?
18 Little boy lost finds his mother using Google Earth
19 Islamic State: 250K pounds seized at Manchester Airport and other north-west ports
20 Royal hoax DJ Mel Greig 'was sent bullets in the post'
21 Tania Clarence: Murder charges over dead children dropped
22 UK funding Kurdish bomb disposal training, says Hammond
23 Iraq crisis: 180,000 flee IS advance in Anbar, UN says
24 Bob the Builder gets a makeover with new look and voice
25 'Revenge porn' illegal under new UK law
26 Samsung accelerates wi-fi speeds
27 Kmart shops hit by payment card hack attack
28 Nude 'Snapchat images' put online by hackers
29 Thousands of Britons seek 'right to be forgotten'
30 The cool cars that money can't buy
31 Man walks across GTA V map to raise money for mother
32 The secret to staying safe online
33 Cameron plans rapid intervention for failing schools
34 Prince Andrew backs young innovators
35 More men face lonely old age, says study
36 Labour's Hunt urges 'Hippocratic oath' for teachers
37 Why do Chinese pupils do so well in school tests?
38 Contests boost fruit and vegetable eating in children
39 Viewpoint: The deadly disease that killed more people than WW1
40 Faecal capsules 'may help stop gut infection'
41 Ebola outbreak: Liberia medics defy 'danger money' strike call
42 A Point of View: How do we give dignity to the dying?
43 Experts call for new focus on physical activity
44 Markdown throwdown: what happens when FOSS software gets corporate backing?
45 Feet-on with RocketSkates, which are exactly what they sound like
46 Comcast got me fired after billing dispute, says California man [Updated]
47 Shootout: How does a high-end smartphone camera compare to a $3,400 DSLR?
48 Kid tapes cop smashing car window, dragging man away after tasering him
49 JetBlue: No, we didn't boot passenger for tweeting about delays [Updated]
50 Comcast: Treatment of upset former customer "completely unacceptable"
51 Feds reviewing DEA policy of counterfeiting Facebook profiles
52 Kentucky city threatens to block Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger
53 iOS 8.1 plugs security hole that made it easy to install emulators
54 US to screen airline passengers for fever after first Ebola death
55 Whistleblower suit accuses Northrop Grumman of fudging GPS systems testing
56 Microsoft makes a push for Surface Pro in business with dock bundle, warranties
57 New Jersey lawmakers want to restrict who can see cars' black box data
58 Amazon to open store with same-day delivery and pickup of online orders
59 Symantec is splitting up to form two companies
60 Microsoft CEO apologizes for "inarticulate" comments on gender pay gap
61 NFL fan allegedly aims laser-pointer at QB, brags about it on Twitter
62 Obama: I want the FCC to ban paid Internet fast lanes
63 HP accidentally signed malware, will revoke certificate
64 Poor punctuation leads to Windows shell vulnerability
65 Google has removed 170,000-plus URLs under "right to be forgotten" edict
66 US edges closer to energy independence
67 Who's getting FAA approval to fly drones? A Kansas town, among others
68 GT seeks to close sapphire plant and sever ties with Apple
69 Former NSA director had thousands personally invested in obscure tech firms
70 Slow credit card verification lands Florida man in jail
71 Nurse who treated Dallas Ebola patient is infected
72 Fuzzy, Bigfoot-esque iPad logic board photo points to Apple A8X chip
73 NSA's "Core Secrets" suggests agents inside firms in US, abroad
74 Since Netflix paid Verizon, video speed on FiOS has doubled
75 Apple Pay will work with banks to update expired credit cards, source says
76 Cosmic ray particle shower? There's an app for that.
77 40,000 year old Indonesian cave art may be humanity's oldest
78 Five-hour play sessions with an Oculus Rift are giving me "grid eyes"
79 The iPhone 6 Plus is great for gaming...if you have two hands free
80 Why are new patent suits down 40 percent?
81 There's more than one reason why iOS 8's growth has stalled
82 Google, Oracle Java API battle lands at Supreme Court
83 Hubble sees influence of a jetstream on a hot, Jupiter-sized exoplanet
84 Tesla Motors gives us "the D"--dual-motor, all-wheel drive Model S variants
85 Google finally wrests Rockstar patent suit out of East Texas
86 Fish unable to rapidly adapt to ocean acidification
87 Windows 10's very different way of updating
88 Snapchat images stolen from third-party Web app using hacked API [Updated]
89 Why throw early and catch late?
90 The catch-22 predicament of Silk Road defendant Ross Ulbricht
91 I let Yondr lock my smartphone in a sock so I could "live in the moment"
92 Guitar hero: Ars builds the Loog, a Kickstarter-funded mini-rocker kit
93 Developer of hacked Snapchat web app says "Snappening" claims are hoax [Updated]
94 How three teens used bacteria to tackle global food poverty
95 Massive pod of sperm whales spotted near Laguna Beach: Were they lost?
96 Three scientists awarded Nobel for building a better microscope
97 Spacewalking astronauts upgrade space station
98 Indonesian cave art: oldest hand 'stencil' yet discovered (+video)
99 Where does art come from? Indonesian cave paintings deepen mystery.
100 Why do we love leaving our mark in space? (+video)
101 How leaky galaxies brought the universe out of cosmic dark ages
102 Scientists study sidewinding reptiles to improve snakebot
103 Ancient Greek shipwreck could be largest of its kind (+video)
104 Distant black hole is remarkably peckish, say astronomers
105 NASA's Mars fleet braces for comet encounter (+video)
106 Where did the first light in the universe come from? Hubble discovery reveals clues.
107 Robot snake slithers like a sidewinder, the 'ultimate all-terrain vehicle' (+video)
108 Want a job at Google? Be a camel.
109 Alien planet has water vapor, is otherwise completely uninhabitable
110 Scientists design a slithering snake robot. Why? (+video)
111 The whale savers