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Woman with shocking shower wins $4M from power company

Southern California Edison is found negligent after a woman suffers from repeated exposure to stray voltage from a local substation -- by way of her shower head.

By March 22, 2013


Virgin Media zaps ultrafast broadband into electricity pylons

Virgin Media is to zap ultrafast broadband into a Welsh village via electricity pylons

By July 27, 2010


The Millau Viaduct, the world's tallest bridge

Road Trip 2011: Filling the gap on the A75 autoroute from Paris to Perpignan, the Millau Viaduct rises up to 1,025 feet above the Tarn Valley below. And it looks good, too.

By July 19, 2011


Electrifying giants in your backyard

American architecture firm designs transmission towers shaped like giant figures to transform the Icelandic landscape. But the idea could easily cross borders.

By August 13, 2010


This week in Crave: The electrifying edition

Too busy getting ready for Friday's Net neutrality protest at Google to stay up on Crave all week? Well, put down those signs; here's some of what you missed.

By August 14, 2010


The tech behind U2's record-smashing tour

The U2 360 concerts are huge by any measure. But on Sunday, with what may have been the largest live-stream ever, the tour got even bigger.

By October 26, 2009


Caterpillar D7E: Move earth and save the Earth

CNET editor Wayne Cunningham gets to drive the first hybrid dozer, the Caterpillar D7E.

By June 12, 2009


Southwest Airlines moves cattle call online

Hate standing in line? Try sitting on line instead: Southwest is changing its cattle call seating plan.

By September 19, 2007