Joules might be a robot, but that doesn't mean he can't enjoy a calming tandem bike ride with his creator. He's not dead weight, either--he actually pedals, thanks to a PMG-132 motor.
Xerox has paper you can use again and again, which could cut down on energy and the cost of recycling.
Have you ever thrown a remote control or a Wiimote at your TV and done it some damage? If so, Panasonic thinks it has the answer.
Road Trip at Home: At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's National Ignition Facility, scientists hope to generate huge amounts of clean energy by 2020 with a massive laser fusion system.
The specially treated panel offers resistance of around 4 joules of energy.
While there are stories about Windows 7, the FCC investigating Cox Cable and the Palm Pre launching in March, you really need to listen to the story of the Klingon who robbed a convenience store. Really.
National Ignition Facility dedicates a project years in the making, in which 192 lasers can generate roughly 1,000 times the electricity produced by the U.S. power grid.
HP Labs unveils a five-year plan for power consumption to plunge in data centers, while improving tools to green how consumer products are made.
Everyone knows to use a surge protector for their computer. But which one? How do you choose? Welcome to surge protector school.
If you're fed up of throwing your hard-earned cash into technology's bottomless money pit, check out CNET UK's guide to penny-pinching gizmos.