The University of Nottingham and spinoff company Oncimmune have developed a blood test that could help detect cancer as many as five years earlier than mammography and CT scans.
Microsoft and News Corp. may be teaming up to put the hurt on Google, Nintendo launches a Wii movie store in Japan, and your Mac is apparently allergic to second-hand smoke. So put that cigarette out!
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Study shows that laser printer emissions may cause serious health problems for office workers.
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Discreet device turns off televisions, creating a little peace and quiet. Until the yelling starts.
At Defcon, the annual capture-the-flag tournament captivates players and spectators with a new back story, snazzy graphics and a tougher scoring system.
When Bill Gates went to Washington a few weeks ago to face the Senate's music, Sun CEO Scott McNealy sat on Gates's left and delivered zinger after zinger, treating Orrin Hatch's Judiciary Committee to many of his best Bill-bashing bits.