CNET's Sharon Vaknin has long hungered to shop for groceries online, and now that AmazonFresh has arrived in San Francisco, she finally can. But how does the experience stack up to a regular supermarket?
Japanese farms are smaller and often less sophisticated than those elsewhere in the world. Can a suite of sensors, services, and -- yes -- cow pedometers from Fujitsu help them compete on a global scale?
Projects funded include those utilizing ethanol, biodiesel, and landfill gas made from a variety of renewable biomass resources.
With Microsoft winning a USDA cloud computing project, Google claims it was denied the opportunity to bid for the agency's business.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is the latest government organization to move the cloud, and has picked Microsoft for the task. The deal covers 120,000 employees.
You think you paid a lot for your venti mocha latte today? Wait til you see how much one computer technician shelled out for a cup.
CEO Steve Ballmer will host a June 28 event in New York City to launch Office 365, a cloud-based alternative to its traditional desktop and server products.
Customer data from Sony Europe, InfraGard passwords and benign data from Nintendo server released in separate intrusions, hackers claim.
The city will use Microsoft's cloud system for its 23,000 employees, to reduce IT costs and create a robust disaster response system.
Seeking out cheaper biofuels, Boston-area start-up uses protein engineering to instruct sorghum and corn stover plants to break down more quickly into sugars.