Nearly 300,000 offshore solar panels will provide enough power for 22,000 homes as post-Fukushima Japan struggles with energy sources.
PopCap and the American Dental Association have teamed up to provide an awesome alternative to Halloween candy.
NRG Solar is teaming up with BrightSource Energy and plans to invest over $300 million to build the world's largest commercial solar thermal energy farm.
I'm pretty sure people will use this for pot.
Warner Music Group considers selling itself even while it continues to pursue an acquisition of EMI, moves made as music sales continue to fall.
Garbage collector plans to offer organic gardening products made from expanded organic waste collection service.
Winners of annual skyscraper contest include a "Vertical Prison" whose inmates work for the host city below, and a building that doubles as a water purification system for a polluted Indonesian river.
There, I said it. In fact, I was quite ecstatic if that would lead Hummer Nation to rethink its ways.
Today on the show, we discover that Windows Phone 7 does have a life in the wild -- at least one phone does, anyway. Also, Plants vs. Zombies are taking over the world and BT, Steve, and I are headed for a Tetris showdown. RIM continues to try to defend its co-CEO setup (why!?) and fans rage, rage, against the dying of the cheap Netflix plans. We direct them elsewhere: toward the studios who want so much for streaming content in the first place.
Venture-backed tech companies create lots of buzz, but many companies that create green jobs rely on different--and troubled--funding sources.