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Scientists grow human eye parts to determine how we see in color - CNET
(October 12 12:37) Cnet.com
Lab-grown organoids reveal how the eyes develop and may lead to therapies for diseases such as color blindness.
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Jared Harris on filming harrowing Chernobyl series: 'I enjoy the fear' - CNET
The star of the HBO and Sky hit miniseries about the 1986 nuclear disaster talks about making the show, why it resonates now and why he loves Frasier.
5G phones and your health: What you need to know - CNET
The rollout of 5G using super high-frequency radio airwaves has ignited old fears about cellphone radiation risks.
Adobe endorses Apple Mac App Store with Lightroom release - CNET
The photo editing software is the first Adobe product to arrive in Apple's online store.
Now you can quote the Marvel Cinematic Universe like the Bible - CNET
The MCU Bible organizes lines from Iron Man to Avengers: Endgame like scripture.
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WWE teams up with Netflix for a new movie - CNET
The Main Event tells the story of a kid wrestler who finds a magical mask to take on WWE wrestlers.
India proposes exempting EVs from registration fees, report says - Roadshow
India came up with one of the best and simplest forms of EV purchasing incentives we've yet heard of.
Apollo engineer tells women in STEM: Don't be hidden figures - CNET
Poppy Northcutt shares lessons from being first woman in NASA's Mission Control Center.
Harley-Davidson inks deal to build small motorcycles in China - Roadshow
It appears that the bikes will be specifically for the Asian market.
(June 19 22:41) Cnet.com
Samsung and Huawei's next moves could make or break foldable phones - CNET
Commentary: The rush to make the Galaxy Fold and Mate X first to foldable is mired in delay. There's a lesson here.
(June 19 22:24) Cnet.com
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