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Report: Ben Ling's going back to the Googleplex

Once in charge of Google Checkout, Ling became the marketing guru for Facebook's developer platform before joining Facebook last year. Now he's leaving again--for Google?

By August 14, 2008


Sony Ericsson goes green with Ling and C901 GreenHeart

Sony Ericsson has gone green with two new handsets: the forthcoming C901 Greenheart and the Ling prototype, which aim to make your carbon footprint a couple of sizes smaller

By June 3, 2009


VW Passat Ling Yu hydrogen fuel cell vehicle photos

Volkswagen gave us a chance to drive its hydrogen-powered Passat, developed from its lab in China and used at the Beijing Olympics. This Passat has electrically driven wheels, with an onboard hydrogen fuel cell system to generate electricity.

8 Images By May 20, 2009


Another exec leaving Facebook

Ben Ling, a former Googler recruited to lead Facebook's developer platform product marketing team, is quitting his job at the social-networking site.

By August 12, 2008


Green message crafting

Companies around the world are now racing to establish their credibility in green production. But they must also be careful of not being perceived as greenwashing.

By March 3, 2008


Blogroll review: biocrude, Alaska, & policy

Turning up the heat to turn up the fuel; Alaska gets steamy and policy changes on the horizon.

By February 11, 2008


Carbon Roundup: Bali, Skeptics, and Corn

After intense and contentious negotiations, representatives from 187 countries agreed to push for a new climate accord by 2009 to succeed the Kyoto Protocol.

By December 20, 2007


Dam the Red Sea for power?

A dam could produce up to 50 gigawatts of emissions-free power. Also: updates on sustainable leadership and using baking soda to cut emissions.

By December 11, 2007


Graphing Social Patterns: Facebook aspires to the frictionless platform

Ben Ling, director of product marketing for the Facebook platform, gave a brief peek of the upcoming profile page update at Graphing Social Patterns conference and detailed some new capabilities for the social network's 200,000 developers.

By March 3, 2008


Carbon nanotube TV trials on horizon

A few lucky beta users could get a glimpse of carbon nanotube TVs if Applied and Da Ling agree to terms.

By March 20, 2006