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Nissan Motor and partner Renault could market electric vehicles without government incentives within four years as global sales reach 500,000 to 1 million vehicles per year, executives say.
The freshly elected, sparkly new government has dashed the hopes of those campaigning for the repeal of the Digital Economy Act
Pilot program will provide an early look at technical details of OS patches to governments and critical infrastructure providers ahead of Patch Tuesday releases.
More people in the U.S. are renewing licenses, applying for permits, and paying parking tickets online as Americans increasingly tap into government sites and services online.
General Motors today announced the company has made its final payment of $5.8 billion to the U.S. Treasury and Export Development Canada. GM also is investing $257 million in the Fairfax and the Detroit Hamtramck assembly centers.
A tally of the number of times government agencies have requested data from Google went live on Tuesday without stats on how often Google plays ball.
Apple's iPad might be selling well around the U.S., but it's also getting some use with citizens of other countries. A recent report says Norway's Prime Minister is doing his company's work with the help of the tablet.
The government has suggested to Internet service providers that they place adverts in the warning letters to be sent to people supected of copyright infringement. Don't miss a trick, do they?
Today's video discusses how General Motors bred its soon to be released electric hybrid vehicle in Washington, D.C.'s, backyard in the wake of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Cloud application providers talk about unshackling governments and enterprises from the constraints of hardware and software licenses, but this newfound freedom comes at a price.