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Researchers see promise in new battery technology using air as a fuel and say it could provide 10 times more power for electric cars, mobile phones, and laptops.
Don't expect an all-electric plane to carry hundreds of passengers soon, but in some corners of aviation, battery-powered aircraft are attracting industry interest.
As one of the biggest hurricanes in history approaches the East Coast, many cell phone users wonder if their wireless device will be there for them when they most need it.
Whether you're in the path of the storm or just watching with interest from afar, here are some ways to monitor Sandy and its effects.
BMW says its C Evolution is the final development step toward a production electric two-wheeler.
The Dearman Engine company is working on a new type of engine. Fueled by liquid air, the pressure from the rapidly heating air pushes the pistons. The only emission is air.
Apple's high-end desktop towers, which start at $2,499, could be getting the ax soon, according to a new report that says Apple's re-thinking its place in the desktop workstation market.
New materials built on carbon's many forms will function as building blocks for cleaner batteries, water, and air. EnerG2 CTO Aaron Feaver outlines the green-tech opportunities.
CNET's Martin LaMonica takes the Smart ForTwo electric drive minicar for a ride and gains insight on the potential and challenges of electric urban commuter cars.
The scooter will get road tests in England this year, but its maker doesn't expect to arrive at mass production until 2015.