Tiny, ‘potentially toxic’ needles found in baby formula: experts

Professor Paul Westerhoff from Arizona State University found needle-like nano hydroxyapatite in two baby formula products sold in Australia. Photo: Kylie Pickett A world-leading team in nanotechnology at Arizona State University tested seven off-the-shelf baby formula products and found two – Nestle's NAN HA 1 Gold and Nature's Way Kids Smart 1 – contained needle-shaped hydroxyapatite nanoparticles.

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Captain America-themed burger may be the best Fourth of July meal – CNET

Eaters assemble! The Super Soldier’s shield looks pretty tasty on this star-spangled meal.

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Chris Barr set CNET’s compass – CNET

Our first editor in chief, who died last month at age 64, laid solid groundwork for our fledgling news site and the web around it.

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Sunday conversation with Laura Brod, CEO or RoverMed BioSciences – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star TribuneSunday conversation with Laura Brod, CEO or RoverMed BioSciencesMinneapolis Star TribuneAaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune Laura Brod, CEO, RoverMed BioSciences, oversees development of cutting-edge nanotechnology that promises to deliver drugs on a cellular level to fight cancer. A former state legislator and University of Minnesota regent …

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Apple releases iPhone film by ‘Eternal Sunshine’ director – CNET

Commentary: Michel Gondry makes a movie for Apple, all shot on an iPhone, about a family vacation that has a little disaster.

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This bodacious Brooklyn sound system will blow you away – CNET

Show Us Yours: Steve Guttenberg, the author of CNET’s Audiophiliac column, gives us a tour of one of the more outrageous audio systems he’s seen lately.

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Ransomware attack is cover for something far more destructive – CNET

The GoldenEye attack wasn’t aiming at your wallet. It was trying to destroy your data.

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Bacteria-coated nanofiber electrodes clean pollutants in wastewater – Nanotechnology News (press release)

Bacteria-coated nanofiber electrodes clean pollutants in wastewaterNanotechnology News (press release)The researchers created electro-spun carbon nanofiber electrodes and coated them with a conductive polymer, called PEDOT, to compete with carbon cloth electrodes available on the market. When the PEDOT coating is applied, an electrically active layer …

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The classic 80s arcade games we loved the most – CNET

Every week we poll people around the office to see what makes them tick. This week we asked which games were their favorites back in the 1980s, when arcades were everywhere.

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How to switch from Windows 10 S to Pro, and back again – CNET

It’s easy to go from Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro. Switching back is harder, but still possible.

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