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Competition comes to the Office market...on two fronts

Microsoft finally has credible Office competitors in OpenOffice (IBM) and Google Apps (Google, CapGemini). About time.

By September 10, 2007


How much are people really paying for Radiohead?

It turns out that the band's fans aren't as generous as they claim.

By October 23, 2007


Cell phone cam nabs Loch Ness Monster's cousin

With all the digicams out there snapping away at the planet, can it be long before Nessie and Bigfoot are conclusively made nonfictional? A just-clicked pic leaves the question unanswered.

By February 19, 2011


MS Office Killer or yet another crappy clone? (Hint: it's probably the latter)

Enough of the same junk apps already

By November 23, 2007


With Valeo deal, Google Apps gains business cred

Cloud-based applications are starting to see serious enterprise adoption. Google announces a new 30,000-seat, worldwide deal with industrial group Valeo.

By May 13, 2009


Smart grid investment heats up

Money is flowing to smaller companies that do networking over the power grid or have advanced metering technology as utilities seek tools for energy efficiency.

By April 8, 2008


Utility industry grapples with smart-grid tech

In a survey, utility industry executives say they want certainty over regulations and are struggling with how best to invest in new technologies.

By May 18, 2010


Green news harvest: Wind power expands in Northwest; lime-laced oceans explored to fight global warming

A sampling of green-tech news, including a waste-to-fuel plant set for Nevada, criticism of new coal plants, hybrid taxis in the Big Apple, smart homes set for Europe, and more.

By July 21, 2008


Green in the boardroom: the environment tops utilities execs' concerns

Environmental issues and carbon regulations top the list of what worries boards at energy utilities, as awareness of climate change grows.

By April 9, 2008