Arnold Schwarzenegger, fresh off an eight-year term as California's governor, has no plans to retire from kicking bad guy butt.
Former California governor says green-tech advocates should focus on health, economic, national-security benefits of clean energy, rather than on climate change.
The Toyota Prius is great and all, but try carrying a sheet of plywood or a soccer team around in it.
Digg.com voters choose to ask the California governor about whether he'd legalize and regulate marijuana, which could raise over $1 billion a year in revenue. He says no, but he's interested in the debate.
At solar power conference, California governor says that even with the economic downturn, the U.S. should stick to environmental policies that promote clean tech.
But California's governor lauds businesses profiled in new report for incorporating "green" policies into their daily operations.
There are two general ways that governments can promote broadband: raise taxes and increase regulation of telecommunications companies, or the opposite. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger likes the second approach.
iPhone maker apparently preparing for expected midnight crush of preorders for the new lower-cost smartphone.
Turn your iPhone into the gadget version of Predator with the Flir One thermal-imaging system, a sub-$350 way to detect heat signatures.