The company's tech increases the power of the sun's rays by a factor of 10, using liquid metal to transfer the resulting heat from solar cells
At ZD's Hardware 2.0 blog, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes cites this quote from former OLPC developer Ivan Krstic about Nicholas Negroponte's rapidly shifting mission statement:In fact, I quit when Nicholas told me — and not just me — that learning was never part of the mission.
The Mono project this week made the first public release of Moonlight, an open-source implementation of the Silverlight rich media browser tech
Sponsored: Limited technical support hours and powered down PCs can make it difficult to manage large numbers of PCs. Randy Nystrom, an IT systems engineer at Intel, explains how vPro makes it easy to diagnose and manage desktops from a central location.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Intel.
From the Hardware 2.0 mailbag: Can you install Ubuntu on a USB flash drive?Yes, yes you can. Here's how ...
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
Round One of the Google mobile platform developer challenge is over, with a number of location-based applications making the cut.
IT vendor and Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry jointly demonstrate IT products on board a bus in a bid to urge small businesses to embrace technology.
The controversial URL-typo redirection service will not make a reappearance, despite the belated award of a patent for the technique
RIM's co-CEO tells Silicon.com why he believes smartphones are the future, why Qwerty is so exciting, and why the Bold has nothing to do with the iPhone.
Help is on its way for users affected by the Windows XP Service Pack (SP) 3 endless-reboot problem that has plagued some users for the past week-plus.
Miguel de Icaza has announced that that the first public sourcecode release of Moonlight (CNET article)is now available. This version of Moonlight is based on Silverlight 1.
Q&A: Mike Lazaridis, on why smart phones - and keyboards - are the future...
Could it be that a Mac program will be the tipping point for the confidence that ISVs have in Microsoft as a technology partner? One c-level technologist for a Windows enterprise app says "no more" to Redmond's vision.
For all the easy mockery that automatic translation services can inspire, they are nonetheless much better than nothing. However, they are generally a fairly unidirectional affair - you bung in the URL or paste the text, and out comes the translated version.
Updated: The One Laptop Per Child program will put XP on its XO laptop and children in the developing world will have a choice between Windows and Linux.On the surface, a little choice isn't going to kill anybody.
Updated 05/16/2008 2:00 p.m. CST: I officially have my first customer for the "Nate McFeters Safe" certification and Jeremiah Grossman and I have signed up another member for Scanless PCI, as noted security researcher Russ McRee has purchased our certifications, see http://holisticinfosec.
Sponsored: Updating applications can be time-consuming for both users and administrators. Christian Black, an IT systems engineer at Intel, explains why application streaming is a better way to deliver software.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Intel.