Sophisticated virus was intended to knock offline an Iranian nuclear enrichment facility but strayed from its intended target about two years ago.
Google says immediate compliance with Chevron's request is "simply unreasonable." Oil company says e-mail data will show plaintiff's attorneys in environmental case were "falsifying evidence."
Two municipalities in California will get efficient, long-lasting LED streetlights and pay for the installation through energy and maintenance savings.
Windows Phone 7 looks like it's getting ready for a full jailbreak, opening the way for warranty-scoffing users to add unapproved apps that don't need any Microsoft permission.
Project Brightfield will use 7,700 solar panels to evaluate various solar technologies, including panels that use thin-film and one that uses crystalline-silicon photovoltaic technology.
What's a planet to do when there's only about a trillion gallons of oil readily available for human consumption?
Chevron signs a deal with BrightSource Energy to create steam from solar thermal systems to improve oil exploration.
One of the oldest timber companies and one of the oldest oil companies say they want to make biofuels.
Algae has been the terrain of start-ups, but now Chevron is interested too.
Chevron blocks out Mac users