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Sony has far to go in rootkit case December 20, 2006 Label settled with two states but still must negotiate with others for secretly loading antipiracy software onto computers.
Hawaiian firm shrinks solar thermal power September 14, 2007 It's not as common as solar photovoltaic panels, but Hawaiian start-up Sopogy thinks small-scale solar thermal makes sense.Photos: Concentrating on solar power in Hawaii
Intel modifies Wi-Fi to add mileage March 27, 2007 Wireless access that travels more than 60 miles? Yes, if you have the right antenna, according to Intel's researchers.Photos: Going long
Man pleads guilty in first Net forgery case December 12, 2000 A California man pleads guilty to Internet forgery and could face up to seven years in prison in what experts and law enforcement officials say is the first case of its kind.
A dry-weather crisis for Hoover Dam July 23, 2007 The dam's governing authority is getting ready to decide what to do if there's not enough water for the future.Photos: Losing water at Hoover Dam
Pint-size hydro power on tap October 24, 2007 Start-up Rentricity designs a generator that brings hydroelectric power down to size for cites and towns.
Week in video: Wii will rock you April 19, 2008 CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest on the Nintendo Wii, as well as an interview with an indie video game developer with a WiiWare contract.
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