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1 New trial aims to speed cancer drug development
2 Scientists find 'Model T Ford' of sharks
3 Couples happier when they sleep touching
4 One big reason we lack Internet competition: Starting an ISP is really hard
5 Amazon Fire TV misses the same marks as Ouya, other media boxes
6 Democratization of Big Data for Marketing in Any Size Organization
7 Cloud, Core and Competition
8 Massachusetts launches open cloud to spur big data R&D
9 Too Much IT Operations Data? Try Analyzing It with Cognitive Insights
10 British spy agency's hometown gets tagged with Banksy-style mural
11 Snowden reporting lands Guardian and Post Pulitzers
12 Media, rights groups urge court to revisit takedown of anti-Muslim YouTube video
13 TrueCrypt audit finds "no evidence of backdoors" or malicious code
14 iPad-friendly Office 365 subscription now available for $70
15 Aging surveillance drones become flying Wi-Fi hotspots
16 Murder, rape suspects wore GPS ankle bracelets during crime spree
17 Apple, Samsung, mobile carriers to debut anti-theft kill switch in 2015
18 All sent and received e-mails in Gmail will be analyzed, says Google
19 And the winner of the largest BitTorrent swarm ever goes to...
20 Microsoft brings a "data culture" to the Internet of Things
21 Google: Still no plans to bring Fiber to New York
22 Galaxy S5 bill of materials estimated at $250, more than iPhone and S4
23 Bend It, Charge It, Dunk It: Graphene, the Material of Tomorrow
24 Supercapacitor-Enhanced Hybrid Storage to Earn Cash for Subways
25 The traumatic, sensual, addicted language of restaurant reviews (and what it says about you)
26 Kim Dotcom is totally stoked to get his cars and money back
27 Heartbleed hacker arrested, charged in connection to malicious bug exploit
28 Google Fiber finally rolling out Internet service to businesses
29 Still going strong: Sony sells more than 7 million PlayStation 4s
30 Now there's an easy way to flag sites vulnerable to Heartbleed
31 Yahoo's strategy: Rebuild search, take share, win iOS from Google
32 Quantum gate could link multiple qubits into single computer
33 T-Mobile is sorry for charging "greedy, predatory" fees, will (mostly) stop
34 Utah cops warrantlessly search prescription drug records of 480 emergency personnel
35 Revenge porn victims barred from suing Go Daddy
36 TurboTax maker linked to grassroots campaign against free, simple tax filing
37 IPCC finally weighs in on how to avoid further climate change
38 Vicious Heartbleed bug bites millions of Android phones, other devices
39 Hacker "weev" demands bacon following prison release
40 Scientists pinpoint when harmless bacteria became flesh-eating monsters
41 Fingerprint lock in Samsung Galaxy 5 easily defeated by whitehat hackers
42 Automatic age progression: Ars staffers stare down the Grim Reaper
43 Will VR make flat panels obsolete? Oculus' founder gives it 20 years
44 FCC's rules for spectrum auction may level playing field for small carriers
45 Is US biomedical research heading for a breakdown?
46 Lavabit held in contempt of court for printing crypto key in tiny font [Updated]
47 New "solar thermal fuel" has energy density of lead batteries
48 Taking Google's modular, upgradeable smartphone from concept to reality
49 AT&T hates plan to help small carriers, threatens boycott of FCC auction
50 Confirmed: Nasty Heartbleed bug exposes OpenVPN private keys, too
51 Cassini may be witnessing the birth (or death) of a moon of Saturn
52 Despite Lavabit contempt order, e-mail privacy stalled in Congress
53 Why the Windows 8.1 Update probably means no more Service Packs for Windows
54 Why climate change hits the world's poor harder
55 Artists 'have structurally different brains'
56 Birth of 'new Saturn moon' witnessed
57 EU's first Sentinel satellite images Earth
58 Beard trend is 'guided by evolution'
59 Early air points to cold, dry Mars
60 EU blacklist to stop spread of alien species
61 Amazon trees vulnerable to fire and climate combination
62 Birds choose best building materials
63 Privacy fears over FBI facial recognition database
64 Methane hydrate: Dirty fuel or energy saviour?
65 Sweet or sour? Altering how we taste our food
66 A 13-year-old eagle huntress in Mongolia
67 How to move a T-Rex dinosaur across the US
68 What was the mysterious black ring in Leamington Spa?
69 The IPCC, Elvis and the elephant in the room
70 Casanare drought raises Colombia climate fears
71 10 inventions that owe their success to World War One
72 Putin cautious on 'right' to send troops into Ukraine
73 S Korea ferry: Bad weather hampers search for survivors
74 Co-op Group reports 2.5 billion pounds loss after 'disastrous' year
75 Female MPs shunning PMQs, says John Bercow
76 South Korea ferry: Messages from a sinking ship
77 The level crossing wars
78 The return of rock: Four bands to watch
79 Lamb curries and kebabs 'often another meat'
80 Brampton car tyres vandal unmasked as dog
81 Sheffield man Aras Hussein guilty of beheading girlfriend
82 Fireworks 'not to blame' for Taunton motorway crash
83 Andrew Lloyd Webber predicts 2012 theatre 'bloodbath'
84 Tube staff plan five days of strikes
85 Pensioners could get life expectancy guidance
86 Google under fire from European media tycoon
87 BBC and Sky catch-up apps experience iOS fault
88 Kim Dotcom wins back cars and cash seized in Megaupload raid
89 Snowden email service Lavabit loses contempt appeal
90 Cyborg glasses save users the need to control emotions
91 Heartbleed hack case sees first arrest in Canada
92 Google shares drop on worries over advertising income
93 Virgin Media apologises for email distribution glitch
94 Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked with glue mould
95 Tencent brings popular game Candy Crush to China
96 Bungie 'fires' Halo games composer Marty O'Donnell
97 LaCie warns of suspected credit card data breach
98 MtGox exchange put in administration by Japanese court
99 Heartbleed fallout may 'slow' browsing speeds
100 Yahoo shares surge despite falling profits
101 New street light design halves bills and 'improves safety'
102 Men 'giving up' on books to watch films or go online
103 Syria: Report shows how foreign fighters use social media
104 3D sound experiments carried out by BBC R&D engineers
105 New technologies helping start-ups shoot for the stars
106 How 3D printing is changing the shape of lessons
107 A decade of digital downloading from iTunes to Spotify
108 US Airways apologises for explicit image sent on Twitter
109 Glow in the dark road unveiled in the Netherlands
110 Ukraine crisis: Deal to 'de-escalate' agreed in Geneva