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Column I’m at the Nvidia GPU Technology conference and it
suddenly hit me that we are at the forefront of another massive change
in the computer industry.
A university professor at Kent State University said today that apes,
in many ways, evolved from humans, and not the other way round.
Florida healthcare company Bioheart claimed it has made a major breakthrough in
cardiovascular therapy by obtaining stem cells from a patient's fat tissue to help regenerate blood vessel formation.
The Balqon Corporation said it has released a battery powered heavy duty truck for use on short haul missions.
German power company E.ON Climate and Renewables (EC&R) has completed what it claims to be the world's largest wind farm near Roscoe, Texas. The Roscoe wind complex has an installed capacity of 781.5 megawatts (MW), generating enough electricity to power more than 230,000 homes.
An architect's firm has proposed that the old Filene's Basement store in Boston be covered with a vertical garden and algae farm.
Software is important. Hardware is essential. Networking is vital. But
fruits are clearly more important than any of these. Here's a list of
the most important 10 IT fruits.
The best way to preserve American values is to keep on polluting the country with a vengeance: that's apparently the view of Hummer drivers, anyway.
Scientists have worked out that there is enough electricity in a tree to power an electronic circuit. The discovery could pave the way for a house's computers to be powered by the tree that is planted in the back garden.
A new method for “recycling” hydrogen-containing fuel materials could make hydrogen-based vehicles more economically viable.
Cheap air travel has its advantages. It's cheap. But is it cheerful?
The UK's leading scientific body is courting controversy with a major report, due out on Tuesday, that is expected to recommend geoengineering as a way of combating climate change.
The latest wacky weapon to fight climate change is a proposal to install artificial trees which could soak up carbon dioxide.
A 74 year old man who has lived without electricity for 27 years has been told by the local utility company they plan to bill him £67,000 ($109,000) to hook his home into the grid.
Solar cells could soon be printed like newspaper or painted onto rooftops.
An unusual craze has hit English university city Oxford, with young social
networkers in the groves of academe taking it upon themselves to..
Viewing the world's biggest cities as analogous to living, breathing organisms is fostering a deep new understanding of how poor air quality in megacities can cause harm.
There's been a resurgence of interest in electric bicycles amongst the Brit public, judging from the keen interest shown in two crowded concessions at a recent public Fayre in Hurley. And prices are dropping, too.
Scientists have developed an eco-friendly coating for glass, plastics and other materials which allows oily stains to be wiped away easily with plain water.