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Scientists view 'natural killer' cells in super 3D

Researchers in England are able to see in greater resolution than ever before exactly how white blood cells, called Natural Killers, target and kill diseased tissue.

By September 16, 2011


Sony promises higher-end SLT camera

The electronics giant is pleased with its translucent-mirror camera designs, and it promises to sell a higher-end sibling to the a33 and a55 within a year.

By September 21, 2010


Inside CNET Labs Podcast 99: Penultimate

In this episode we have 99 problems.

By July 23, 2010


Inside CNET Labs Podcast 88: This is terrible!

Episode 88 of ICL deals with Facebook, Metal Gear, and rare vintage games.

By April 15, 2010


Human rights groups: No in-game war crimes

Report from two Swiss human rights organizations says too many video games let gamers engage in activities that would be illegal in real life. And they want it to stop.

By November 24, 2009


Inside CNET Labs Podcast 70: Or I'll kick you in the face

Eric Franklin and Dong Ngo discuss The Wire, Facebook in Vietnam, and Linux in episode 70 of Inside CNET Labs podcast.

By November 20, 2009


Weekly Utilities Update: Main Menu, Cocktail, atMonitor, more...

Staff Pick: atMonitor

atMonitor is a all in one view of the state of your system. Once installed, it runs and collects data and statistics about your system, displaying them in colorful and customizable graphs that will display in floa

By July 3, 2009


The more global Fujitsu

At Fujitsu's recent analyst event, I saw more evidence of a legitimate global focus than I've perhaps ever seen.

By November 4, 2008


Where our show turns up to 11

Reverse airbrushing, filling up an imaginary car with gas, and "Osama, Obama?" on a church sign...which one of these stories isn't in the South? We'll tell you. Allen Stern of CenterNetworks joins us for the podcast, and it's a great old time.

By April 23, 2008