Robots! Lawns! iPhones! Three marvelous things that desperately need combining. Husqvarna has stepped up to the plate, with a robo-mower you can control from your phone.
Disney/ABC joins Hulu, Verizon broadband subscribers hope for free Wi-Fi, and Google trades lawnmowers for goats.
Swedish company is adding to its robotic lawnmower line with a solar hybrid that uses the sun's energy to extend the time between recharging its nickel metal hydride battery.
The "Automower Solar Hybrid" is a greener version of the Roomba of lawnmowers.
The "GOAT" uses a motor that runs on both gasoline and electricity.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today waived a limitation on selling fuel that is more than 10 percent ethanol for model year 2007 and newer cars and light trucks.
Despite an ongoing controversy, new study finds that moving from 10 percent ethanol in gasoline to 15 percent would be fine for new and older vehicles.
Leaked photos suggest that Toshiba might be ready to show off a very Adamo-like high-end laptop of their own.
An automakers collective filed an appeal regarding the Environmental Protection Agency's decision allow the sale of gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol for 2007 model year and newer cars and light trucks.
Sometimes the job requires a robot in the traditional sense.