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The Microsoft-Motorola patent license gulf: $100M a year

Microsoft doesn't think it should pay more than $502,000 a year to license Motorola's video patents. Motorola still wants between $100M and $125M annually.

By December 18, 2012


BP crowdsources Gulf clean-up technologies

Even as the world waits to see whether BP can permanently stem the flow of oil into the Gulf, the company is evaluating technologies to clean up the disaster.

By July 20, 2010


Evaluating Gulf oil cleanup technologies (photos)

BP's cleanup efforts in the Gulf include suggestions that have come from entrepreneurs via a dedicated Web site.

5 Images By July 20, 2010


Seen from space: Gulf oil spill

NASA satellites have tracked the spread of the oil pouring into the Gulf since BP's Deepwater Horizon exploded.

By June 21, 2010


Bing, Stephen Colbert raise money for the Gulf

The softwaremaker pledges $2,500 each time Colbert mentions Bing. Thanks to Bing Crosby, Bing cherries, and more, Microsoft is kicking in $100,000.

By June 8, 2010


Obama in Gulf as BP reports progress

President Obama visits one of the worst-affected areas from the spreading spill, while BP says success of latest effort to stop the flow still uncertain.

By May 28, 2010


Wave-powered desalination pump permitted in Gulf

The Seadog water pump, which captures the energy of waves to turn a generator, will be used on an offshore platform in Texas to test using ocean power to desalinate water.

By May 28, 2010


In the Gulf, struggling with the oil disaster (photos)

BP and government agencies have been laboring for weeks to contain and clean up what the oil giant's CEO now calls an "environmental crisis and catastrophe." And it's far from over yet.

23 Images May 28, 2010


BP had warning signs before Gulf blast

Oil giant BP told congressional investigators that pressure tests on a drill pipe showed a fundamental mistake hours before the oil-rig explosion, a memo shows.

By May 26, 2010


Less toxic oil dispersants sought for Gulf spill

The EPA is pressuring BP to use a different dispersant to break up oil in the Gulf spill, but less toxic alternatives might not be available in the quantities needed.

By May 25, 2010