From the same clockmaker that brought you Big Ben's Great Clock, comes the $40,000 Dent Denison wristwatch. Think of it as a much more subtle way to attract a mate than a red Ferrari convertible.
The United States has enough land in water-rich climates to safely become a serious algae oil producer without damaging water supply.
Google can't revolutionize the smartphone business if doesn't offer something truly disruptive. Settling for making excellent software isn't a bad outcome.
In Aptera's manufacturing facility, visitors are given a sledgehammer and encouraged to swing away at the company's electric vehicle prototype. Dent it, and you can win $100.
Ubuntu is doing a much more robust business now, which has proved to be bad news for Microsoft.
Correction: This story misstated the title of the upcoming book from Oxford University Press. It is called A Cubic Mile of Oil.
SRI researchers have examined how much fossil fuel the world consumes and the state of the renewable energy market. The conclusion? It's ugly.
New and Noteworthy: Company backs off bounty for Mac OS X virus; Can the PSP dent the iPod?
It seems that the proprietary world is doing just fine in the face of open source. But for how long?