Google is working on Project Glass to create a glasses-based heads-up display. I discuss the effort with CNET's Martin LaMonica and the CEO of a company already making such a device.
Google has announced that it working on Project Glass, an effort to create a glasses-based heads-up display for the real world. What's the technology? When will it be available? We discuss with our writer Martin LaMonica, and with the CEO of a company making augmented reality goggles that you can buy today.
After suffering a solar panel power outage due to squirrels with a taste for electrical cables, CNET's Martin LaMonica evens the score and learns his lesson.
Energy monitoring is like fitness-tracking for your utility bill. CNET's Martin LaMonica tries a whole-house electricity monitor out and gets a read on where software and the cloud is taking home energy.
Taking electric cars, including the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf, out for a ride reminds CNET's Martin LaMonica that EVs are very solid and have the goods in the "fun to drive" department.
With the winter coming, CNET's Martin LaMonica gets a fresh load of home heating pellets and takes stock of the growing mix of home energy options.
Home automation equipment can help people save energy by cutting down on waste. But CNET's Martin LaMonica finds that if you're already an energy miser, technology doesn't necessarily buy you much.
CNET's Martin LaMonica follows recycling waste on the next step of its life: a high-tech, single-stream recycling center where machines do the bulk of the heavy lifting.
With winter upon us, a favorite gadget of CNET's Martin LaMonica is a blower door, a green building tool for measuring air flow and finding leaks.
CNET's Martin LaMonica has done his homework and roadwork with EVs including the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf. The point he wants to drive home is that you'll enjoy the ride of these "real cars."