Mark Zuckerberg released a video showing off Facebook's Aquila unmanned solar-powered aircraft, which will beam the internet into remote parts of the world.
Pilot Bertrand Piccard safely landed the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane in Abu Dhabi this evening completing the plane's historic flight around the world using only sunlight for fuel. The trip began in Abu Dhabi on March 9, 2015, and concluded July 25, 2016, making aviation history and proving that solar technology can power just about anything.
One small step for Facebook, and one giant step for Wi-Fi worldwide.
The Solar Impulse 2 takes off from Seville, Spain, en route to Cairo, Egypt, in the penultimate leg of its journey around the planet.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced plans to bring solar-powered, LED-lit road panels to part of Route 66 in a bid to upgrade the retro roadway.
A big fan of renewable energy, Apple is making plans to sell excess power generated by rooftop solar panels and hydrogen fuel cells at its new spaceship campus.
Its 7.75-megawatt system stands to become the largest on-site solar installation of any corporate office in Texas.
CNET gets a close-up look at the first plane journeying around the Earth fueled only by the sun's energy. One of the pilots, André Borschberg, talks about what it's like to fly in a solar-powered aircraft just days before departing California.
The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Mountain View, California, this weekend after completing its flight over the Pacific. The plane's on its way to becoming the first solar-powered aircraft to fly around Earth.
This follows CEO Jeff Bezos' tease about introducing a new Kindle next week.