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It's a little kludgy, but it's also an amazing way to read books like "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" without spending a dime or driving to the library.
After a long delay, a free Sony Reader iOS app makes its debut in Apple's App Store.
The dark horse in the cellulosic ethanol race is municipal solid waste, with the first plant set to begin construction within weeks.
Nobody wants garbage, so why not make ethanol out of it? Company aims to set up series of small ethanol refineries at landfills.
The mobile security company introduces its consumer software to Windows Mobile phones in a private beta.
Finally, a way to check out and read free e-books from public libraries, right on your iPhone--no iTunes required. But be prepared: setup's a hassle.
In a year packed with great stuff, these five apps stood out--for me, at least. And unlike every other "best of 2010" list you'll see, this one has no Angry Birds.
Federal government pumps more than $600 million in projects to demonstrate advanced biofuels, including cellulosic ethanol and plant-based replacements for diesel, jet fuel, and gasoline.
Obama marks 100 days after stimulus at huge solar installation at Nellis Air Force base in Nevada, while GE says it will maintain spending on green-tech R&D
Canadian company Enerkem to use municipal solid trash and wood chips to make ethanol in a process it says is cleaner than traditional waste-to-energy technologies.