Report: Green vehicles could hit 7 percent of market by 2020

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Solving ethanol's corrosion problem may help speed the biofuel to market

If we're to meet a goal set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Renewable Fuels Standard to use 36 billion gallons per year of biofuels—mostly ethanol—the nation must expand its infrastructure for transporting and storing ethanol. Currently, ethanol is transported via trucks, trains, and barges. For the large volumes required in the future, transportation by pipeline is considered to be the most efficient method to get it to customers.

Smart set-top boxes and dongles are taking the market by storm

The smart set-top box and dongle market is expected to pass 18 million units in 2013 - higher than originally forecasted due to the arrival of Google’s Chromecast device. Overall the market is expected to grow with a 10.8% CAGR (2013 to 2018) with less saturated and developing (from connected and OTT perspective) markets like Asia-Pacific and Latin America helping drive this growth.

The Fuel Cell Technology Market will grow at a CAGR of 32.2% in the next five years

According to research firm MarketsandMarkets, the Fuel Cell Technology Market will grow from an estimated $629.8 million in 2013 to $2,543.1 million by 2018, with a CAGR of 32.2% from 2013 to 2018.

Samsung beats Nokia as top cellphone brand

After 14 years as the world's best-selling phone brand, Nokia has finally slipped from the top spot. Samsung's taken over, with its market share hitting 29 percent, up from 24 percent last year.

PC gaming hardware market rebounds

The recession appears to be slowly winding down, with enthusiasts and performance class PC gamers shelling out the big bucks (over $1,000) for rigs and accessories.

Will Apple's iPad be priced out of the market?

Although Apple remains the undisputed market leader in the lucrative tablet space, the buzz created by the iPad has paved the way for numerous vendors to join the race, especially in the lower price segment.

Are iPads ramping past PCs?

Sales of Apple's wildly popular iPad are ramping at an accelerated rate of 156% year over year.

Report: Google eyes $200 price point for new tablet

When Amazon's Kindle Fire was announced, most knew right away the tablet was one of the few that actually had a chance of challenging the iPad’s dominance.

US 'not ready' for NFC

So-called 'swipe and pay' systems like Isis and Google Wallet won't take off in the US for years, Gartner Group analysts believe.

Google rolls out Android Honeycomb 3.1

Google is rolling out the first major update to its tablet-specific operating system.

Nokia maintains top spot in worldwide mobile phone shipments

IDC has released its quarterly mobile phone shipments statistics, confirming that Nokia is holding the top spot worldwide, although losing some traction in Western Europe to Samsung.

Games - and beer ads - set to boost augmented reality

Mobile augmented reality is set to rocket over the next four years, according to analyst Juniper Research.

Kongregate Arcade...It's back!

Kongregate Arcade has returned to Google’s Android market after being abruptly removed for allegedly violating stringent app guidelines.

Report: Android apps disappear from market

A number of Android devs are reporting that their mobile apps have been unceremoniously and "wrongfully unpublished" from Google's Android market.

EA says mobile gaming market worth $3.4 billion

Electronic Arts (EA) has pegged the lucrative mobile gaming market at a staggering $3.4 billion for 2010.

Can Apple's iPad reshape the mobile PC market?

Apple’s wildly popular iPad currently dominates the tablet space. But is the device poised to reshape the rapidly evolving mobile PC market?

Cloud computing market to hit $121.1 billion by 2015

The global cloud computing market is projected to reach a staggering $121.1 billion by 2015.

Google says Froyo not optimized for tablets

A high-ranking Google exec has gone on record as stating that Android 2.2 (Froyo) is optimized for smartphones - not tablets.

Google responds to Android app licensing hack

Google has responded to a claim that Android Market apps can be easily hacked, patched and stripped of their licensing protection.