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1 The universe is expanding, but how quickly?
2 Astronomers find 'diamond engagement ring' in space
3 A 'club sandwich' may support life on Jupiter's moon Ganymede
4 Apparently This Matters: Virtual soda drinking
5 Apparently This Matters: Crap(py) taxidermy
6 Apparently This Matters: NASA's new spacesuit
7 Apparently This Matters: Private luxury toilets in NYC
8 Apparently This Matters: I (was) the walrus
9 Apparently This Matters: Sweatpants at work
10 Apparently This Matters: L.A.'s fancy new streetlights
11 Apparently This Matters: Fine dining isn't for kids
12 Apparently This Matters: And the color of the year is...
13 Apparently This Matters: Fart-filtering underwear
14 Why robots are ready for takeoff
15 Jay Silver: How to control a computer with a banana
16 What if students learn faster without teachers?
17 Exoskeleton allows paraplegics to walk
18 This 'Mousetrap' can crush a car--and teach physics
19 'Electronic blood' could power computers
20 Editors' Choice: Toads, teeth, Alzheimer's and flu
21 Did better mothering defeat the Neanderthals?
22 The robot tractor and precision farming
23 Acid shock for stem cells
24 The quantum spinmeister
25 Editor's Choice: HIV, broken bones, lasers and dinosaurs
26 Implant takes the fight to the tumour
27 Giant virus awakes from Siberian slumber
28 Sniffing out cancer
29 How did antibiotics become part of the food chain?
30 A cure for electric car range anxiety
31 Sexually transmitted cancer sheds light on devil disease
32 Operating theatre--camera, lights and action
33 Update: Jury out on stem cell 'breakthrough'
34 Editor's Choice: Gravitational waves, human migration, infection and dodging the flu
35 How to speak easy
36 Tools that show real brain power
37 Ancient DNA sheds light on Native American origins
38 Elephants show ear for human language
39 Man-made earthquakes cause seismic rumblings
40 Editor's Choice: Dwarf planet, drug-delivery and bones
41 Why are there two tides a day?
42 Nanoscale tricks with light
43 Stacking the deck to crack the code
44 Cuckoos evolve to be useful freeloaders
45 A window opens on to the Big Bang
46 Review: Naturalists at sea
47 IPCC: Climate change begins to bite
48 Damning report says data falsified in stem cell study
49 All set for our first comet landing
50 In the footsteps of Carl Sagan
51 An alimentary guide to microbes
52 Health experts dismiss homeopathy
53 'Designer' plants could seed cheaper biofuels
54 The search for MH370: Why can't we find it?
55 Bighorn sheep re-wilding raises conservation questions
56 Could Saturn's moon hold life?
57 Why do zebras have stripes?
58 Damaged spinal cords 'awaken'
59 How ferns learnt to live in the shadows
60 Could we live longer by eating less?
61 Earthquake cloaking could protect cities from temblors
62 What is our junk DNA for?
63 Why are flies so hard to swat?
64 How did ancient Egyptians end up with an affluent 'modern' disease?
65 Cloning gains in race to make human stem cells
66 This lens could turn your smartphone into a microscope
67 Law Society urges people to leave instructions for their digital legacy
68 Google is building up a digital superstate, says German media boss
69 Sony struggles to meet demand as PS4 sales surpass 7m
70 German Amazon workers called out on strike again
71 Tor may be forced to cut back capacity after Heartbleed bug
72 Sony Xperia Z2 review: a great phone, but just a bit too big
73 Are there any silent Windows laptops?
74 Crucial military satellite systems are vulnerable to hacking, experts say
75 The profit motive is behind both firms' investment in unmanned aircraft, whatever terms they might couch it in
76 One in three Android apps on non-Google stores are malicious, study finds
77 Samsung demands $6 million as it attacks Apple's FaceTime video calling
78 Apple: climate change is real and it's a real problem
79 Lytro Illum camera lets users refocus blurred photos after shooting
80 Nintendo Game Boy--25 facts for its 25th anniversary
81 Google Maps Russia claims Crimea for the federation
82 Man named in Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop' thanks supporters
83 Snowden revelations have been 'good and bad' for business, says Huawei CEO
84 Heartbleed inspires developers to make new version of OpenSSL
85 Google introduces 'time machine' feature in Street View
86 Two UK streets found slowest for broadband in a uSwitch test
87 Australia's internet speeding up, but failing to keep pace with other countries
88 Heartbleed: why did a computer bug have a name and a logo?
89 Get email notifications delivered by scented bubbles
90 Apple's iPhone 'lock-out' patent could end texting while driving
91 Facebook buys fitness-tracking app Moves
92 Microsoft beats expectations with nearly unchanged revenue
93 Apple and Google settle antitrust lawsuit over hiring collusion charges
94 Amazon reports soaring earnings amid batch of new initiatives
95 Hive turns up central heating control with smartphone app for thermostats
96 Founder of Google+ social network leaves search company
97 The identity paradox: why game characters are not us, but should be
98 Hand-me-ups: the smartphones parents inherit from their kids
99 Amazon employs 18 women among 120 most senior managers
100 Amazon UK boss: How can following the law be unfair?
101 What are the options for radio in a digital age?
102 Film crew finds Atari ET games in New Mexico archaeological dig
103 If capitalism can outsource low-paid jobs, why can't it replace the middle classes with automatons?
104 How to keep on selling smartphones when we've nearly all got one already
105 Internet service providers charging for premium access hold us all to ransom
106 Grid Autosport: Codemasters' plan to re-tune the racing genre
107 Unearthing Atari ET: why we need to dig up an old video game
108 Silicon Valley ad boss Gurbaksh Chalal fired over abuse convictions
109 Google: driverless cars now have better understanding of city driving
110 Destiny--how the makers of Halo plan to change the future of shooters