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June 13, 2018
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Video: Graphite that can absorb oil Video: Graphite that can absorb oil. A-Z Comp CEO Alisher Abdul demonstrates how nanocarbon graphene can absorb oil spills regardless of size and scale. The demonstration took place at the California Clean Tech Open competition in San Francisco on September 26, 2006.
(CNET News.com — 21 hours ago)
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Video: A kite that generates 10,000 horsepower Video: A kite that generates 10,000 horsepower. CNET News.com’s Neha Tiwari speaks with the CEO of KiteShip, Jeremy Walker, about his company’s football-stadium-size kites that help cut 20percent of fuel and emissions from commercial ships. The interview took place at the California Clean Tech Open competition in San Francisco on Sept. 26, 2006.
(CNET News.com — 22 hours ago)
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Video: Microsoft Office UI manager discusses changes Video: Microsoft Office UI manager discusses changes. From CNET headquarters in San Francisco: Hear from Jensen Harris, lead program manager of the Office User Experience Team, about how Microsoft tested its users to come up with a perfected UI experience.
(CNET News.com — 22 hours ago)
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Video: Video search site parties in San Francisco Video: Video search site parties in San Francisco. CNET News.com’s Neha Tiwari spoke with Guba employees at their bash in downtown San Francisco. Hear about their new services and why they have reason to celebrate.
(CNET News.com — 3 October, 2006)
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Video: Media maverick sounds off Video: Media maverick sounds off. CNET’s Rich DeMuro sits down with billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and founder of HDNet, to talk tech.
(CNET News.com — 3 October, 2006)
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Video: Flashy new social-networking site Video: Flashy new social-networking site. What happens when Microsoft brings in psychologists and Web developers to create a social-networking site? You get Wallop, which lets Flash developers build personalization widgets that could cost users a buck or two. CNET’s Rafe Needleman speaks with Wallop CEO Karl Jacob at DemoFall 2006.
(CNET News.com — 30 September, 2006)
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