Researchers at UT Arlington have designed a microscopic windmill which, en masse, could be used to power mobile electronics.
This story initially attributed funding to the wrong company. Enova, an energy technology company owned by a branch of the Norwegian government, is an investor in Hywind. The project has not received investment from the international EV truck and bus manufacturer of the same name.
An anchored Hywind prototype developed by Statoil will undergo two years of testing. The company is looking to install more floating wind turbine test farms in possibly Scotland or Maine.
Microsoft's controller-less motion-gaming system for the Xbox 360, Kinect, will arrive in the UK for a spot of arm-flailing action well ahead of Christmas
New eco-friendly street light design from the Netherlands.
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Windmills on the East Coast alone could generate enough electricity to replace all U.S. coal-fired power plants, says Ken Salazar, who catches heat from the coal lobby.
(Commentary) Madden NFL? Need for Speed? BioShock? These games demand big screens and handheld controllers, dammit!
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