Apple's tablet is, according to Microsoft, no good when you're cooking and terrible for sharing. It's a wonder Apple sold any at all.
Facebook reveals its carbon footprint from 2011. The company uses 23 percent clean and renewable energy, but hopes to increase the percentage to 25 by 2015.
Australian coal-driven power station plans to install one of world's largest solar-coal integration plants to augment its electricity generation process.
week in review Stared down by regulators, AT&T calls off the $39 billion wireless megamerger. Meanwhile, Google and Mozilla renew their partnership, and Apple notches legal win over HTC.
CoalTek signs a deal to build a plant in Inner Mongolia that upgrades low-grade coal by barraging it with microwaves to remove moisture.
Dominion Virginia Power makes a deal with biomass manufacturer Enviva as the energy company converts a few coal power plants to burn wood pellets.
How green is an EV? A Union of Concerned Scientists report compares global warming emissions of plug-in vehicles to gasoline-powered cars.
MBD Energy installing first of many planned OriginOil systems for turning carbon dioxide into algae oil.
The week's big news and rumors in Apple land, including record-setting activations on Christmas and a $1.2M fine in Italy.
Pan Ziqiang of China National Nuclear Corp. says that the dangers have been exaggerated and that the country should push ahead with its ambitious plans for more nuclear power plants.