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.
Web sites powered by windmills
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PopCap and the American Dental Association have teamed up to provide an awesome alternative to Halloween candy.
Potential customers are helping to develop the final in-dash display for the Ford Focus Electric through the use of a specially designed driving simulator.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says she wants to give Yahoo users "something valuable and delightful that makes them want to come to Yahoo every day." She will need to explain how it will differ from what her predecessors tried to deliver.
If you like your physics-puzzlers cute, original, and fruit-based, Cover Orange is probably the best 99 cents (or $1.99 for iPad) you can spend in the App Store.
Cream teas and Victorian follies are yours for the finding with the National Trust iPhone app, fresh to phones just in time for the long, rainy Easter break