Well, records are made to be broken as any street-corner philiospher can tell you. And platinum has now broken its own price record.
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There's a research paper being much-touted in the tech and green press: concludes that nitrogen trifluoride is many times worse for the earth's atmosphere than methane or CO2 or the more popular greenhouse gases. That nitrogen trifluoride, also known as NF3, its chemical formula, is used in making...
A Silicon Valley company claims a major breakthrough in the battery biz. And so much of our world is now battery driven.
The three major cities in the San Francisco Bay Area want to lead the nation in electric autos. Today they took another big step in that direction.
Courtesy Gordon Murray & Mohr Davidow.I recently blogged about one VC's efforts in cleantech as it relates to finding renewable replacements for petrochemicals and coal-based products.
The sandwich of materials that is today's solar panel. Courtesy: Biosolar.
You are a great source of renewable energy, just as long as we can keep you eating protein and starches, maybe throw in some salt and salsa for taste. Now some clever folks at MIT think you can generate a lot of useful energy, not just use it for slamming your keyboard or pacing the floor of your cubicle.
CNET's Michael Kanellos smashed into a tech mystery today. This isn't about the largest prime number or even the square root of George W's total budget deficit.
A new study from Britain's Imperial University says your computer and other electronics could be making you sick. A London newspaper says the study's going to be published in August.
The folks at Verdiem want to lower your enterprise energy bills. And they intend to do it by getting their computers to watch your computers.