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From Intel Research Labs' open house on June 20: CNET News.com's Tom Krazit talks with Intel Senior Scientist Beverly Harrison about technology she's helping to develop that will monitor the type of exercise someone is getting. The data could be sent to a cell phone or PC from a device worn by the individual.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos takes a tour of Google's new solar-panel installation, now believed to be the largest for a company in North America. Kanellos toured the Mountain View, Calif., campus on June 18.
In a March 21 interview, CNET News.com's Zamir Haider spoke with Trevor Blackwell, founder of Mountain View, Calif.-based Anybots, and saw humanoid robots that may one day be used to perform dangerous tasks. He got close to walking robot Dexter and its pneumatic limbs.
CNET's Rafe Needleman took part in the "Under the Radar: Digital Media Conference" in Mountain View, Calif., on June 14, and took a look at the best software--from Skype on your cell phone to your own Web-based television station.
At Intel's Research Day, more than 70 booths filled up the exhibition hall at Mountain View's Computer History Museum. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi profiles some of her favorites, including the Mood Phone and robotic fingers.
The next time you have a board meeting to attend, perhaps your boss will join in via a robot. This vision from a futuristic film is becoming more and more of a reality as several Silicon Valley companies are developing advanced teleconferencing technologies to connect people around the world. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
"60 Minutes" looks at how the poker sleuths were able to catch a cheater.
Sun Microsystems held an open house at its Sun Labs facility in Mountain View, Calif., to offer a glimpse of its research in thin-client computing and the next-generation network. CNET's James Hilliard gets an inside look from Sun Labs Director Glenn Edens as he sheds light on smart-card access, multidesktop environments, and real-time graphic design collaboration.
While touring the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak discusses the influence of the Pong and how he and co-founder Steve Jobs came down with mononucleosis while creating the game Breakout
From the Under the Radar Conference in Mountain View, Calif.: Webware's Rafe Needleman and Josh Lowensohn take a look at the best media and entertainment start-ups from the show.