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SunPower to acquire SunRay for $277 million

U.S. maker of high-efficiency solar panels to inherit over 1,200 megawatts of projects in Europe and Israel.

By February 11, 2010

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Solar glut leading to more solar growth?

Credit availability coming back and the decrease in price for solar installations spurred by the glut have led to a market shift, report from Pike Research shows.

By May 19, 2010

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CNET News Daily Podcast: Outlook's coming back to Mac

Outlook fans have something to look forward to in the upcoming version of Office 2011 for Mac--the lesser 'Entourage' app is getting replaced with a real e-mail client, that's Exchange-friendly. Find out more about this story, and others in today's episode.

By February 11, 2010

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Week in review: Google steals the Buzz

Search giant unveils new social-networking tool, as well as a plan to help create ultra-fast broadband access. Also: The birth of a gaming start-up.

By February 12, 2010

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Golfing guilt-free on a sunny afternoon

Sunray Solar Roof Kit can make most electric golf carts work from sun power.

By July 12, 2007

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McNealy vs. Cuban vs. Trump

Scott McNealy's humor was on display again Tuesday, although it came with a PG rating...

By September 21, 2004

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Sun plans Linux software push

The company plans to expand its Linux software portfolio substantially over the coming year, including a version of its Java server software suite.

By January 21, 2004

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Inherent insecurity

Droplets founder Philip Brittan says blaming Microsoft is a poor substitute for explaining what's really behind the cybersecurity mess.

December 10, 2003

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Sun gets fat on thin clients

Sun takes another stab at the thin-client market with Madhatter, the code name for a project intended to outfit businesses with low-cost PCs running on Linux software that can be easily configured by IT administrators.

By December 19, 2002