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Yes, the state of electric vehicle charging is a bit of a mess, but it's getting better. Here are 10 things to know about the systems and how they're growing.
Electric vehicles are quickly gaining ground, but where does the industry stand, and what's the infrastructure surrounding the industry like? Here are 10 things to know.
About 780 million people live without access to clean drinking water, and a growing global population coupled with climate change is threatening to grow that. Here's how technology...
Internet of Things sensor-based data is making trucking more flexible and efficient. Find out how one trucking company is overcoming a major hurdle to the use of big data analytics...
Tim Cook's boldest moves at Apple have come behind the scenes. Can he use the company's sustainability mission to reinvigorate the brand and stop the bleed of under-30 buyers?
Something funny I had show to me on the holiday. This came out after Dubya was re-elected back in 2004. Not written by Cleese, but still good for a laugh. =================== A...
Machine-to-machine communication (M2M) is all about protecting people, making services more responsive, business offerings more profitable, and ensuring that money, gasoline, and t...
Martin Jetpack's latest prototype flies at approximately 30 mph and has been flown by humans. The company hopes to bring the manned jetpacks to market within a couple of years.
Many bemoan giving up our online privacy, but few provide explanations of why we accept it. Learn what Michael Kassner found out from one who offers answers and a solution.
Sells one million Lumia Windows Phone devices, but Symbian declines