Researchers at South Korea's KAIST university have developed a flexible thermoelectric generator that can convert body heat to power.
The U.S. government aims to improve energy production from renewables to oil, but what does that mean in practice? Energy Secretary Steven Chu explains.
Abound Solar, which received a $400 million loan guarantee from the DOE, is betting on a shift to more efficient panels will allow it to survive an ongoing solar industry shakeout.
Wake Forest researchers have developed a fabric of carbon nanotubes that potentially could generate power from a hot roof or be charged with body heat and used to power a phone.
Startups Alta Devices and Semprius boast new solar efficiency records using very different techniques in an effort to knock down the price of solar power.
Industry cost leader First Solar says it expects to bring thin-film solar panels to market with an efficiency between 14 percent and 15 percent in three years, as competition heats up.
Solar Frontier's thin-film technology will be used at a 150 megawatt solar farm in California because of price and year-round production.
Startup GMZ Energy raises $14 million to make materials that convert heat to electricity, including a solar hot thermal product and chips to draw electricity from car exhaust pipes.
We know all about the codenames assigned to different versions of Android, but now Apple's secret name for each version of iOS are out.
While Google has Ice Cream Sandwich, Apple appears to stick to dull sets of letters to name its operating systems. However, a developer reveals that internally, each iteration has a cool (ish) name. Like, um, Durango.