With 1 billion users and growing, the social network needs more servers to keep up with the constant flux of information.
An earlier version of this report stated that Google was looking to erect a satellite antenna farm on a 1,000-acre tract of land near its data center. Google says the project will be much smaller and won't use the 1,000-acre parcel at all.
If approved by the FCC, Google's satellite dishes could get feeds from broadcast networks and even be bundled with the company's high-speed Internet service.
Another video emerges, purportedly, from Anonymous--this time sighting in on the 2012 Iowa caucuses. Unlike other threats, this one has reportedly been confirmed as an Anonymous operation.
Hundreds of 2011 Chevrolet Caprice police patrol vehicles will replace older vehicles in Georgia and Iowa.
Berkshire Hathaway-owned subsidiary goes big for wind in Iowa, inks deal with Siemens as turbine provider.
Trade group for the U.S. wind industry releases annual report, showing increased installations on land, but still no lift-off for offshore options.
The project, announced only five months ago, is now on hold as the software maker looks to trim its capital expenses.
Real-time virtual view of the battle space allows single operator to control multiple unmanned aerial vehicles simultaneously, say researchers.
Software maker will build its fourth U.S. data center in West Des Moines, which is also the hometown of Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Shawn Johnson.