AOL raises its subscription fees; more details on the upcoming iPhone 2; and look out, Californians. The CHP is on the lookout for people breaking the new hands-free cell phone law.
It fits on the helmet, just like in a presidential motorcade.
Passed by Turkey's parliament, the bill would allow the government to cut off access to any site without the need for court approval, says the Wall Street Journal.
Cecilia Abadie, who was pulled over by California Highway Patrol for speeding and wearing Google Glass, says she wasn't actually using the device when she was stopped.
Kendall Station plans to ship "green steam" from a combined heat and power plant to heat buildings miles away, lightening the environmental footprint of the Boston-area power plant.
New power plant in England's Cotswolds region to convert livestock excretions and other agricultural waste into local electricity, fertilizer. Farmers to get heat, money for their biomass.
Californian allegedly cruised Facebook for data, broke into e-mail accounts of 170 women, stole sexy photos of them, and then used the pictures in extortion plan.
CNET Car Tech visits the Navteq SF Bay Area Traffic Operations Center.
Honda thinks it has a Prius-killer on its hands, Lamborghini adds two doors and lots of length, Clarion delivers its in-car computer, and we roll in the Mazda5.
Mark Henwood looks at how energy stocks performed this week.