It's part of Google's plan to purchase 100 percent carbon-free energy.
The assessment comes after NASA tried to bring its main camera back online.
And about half say they're uncomfortable with it, says a study by the Pew Research Center.
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Today's most important tech stories include details on Apple's battery replacement program, Netflix's incoming price hike and a new judge ruling about police forcing a user to unlock their phone.
Mark Zuckerberg's social network remains under fire for all sorts of reasons, but animal shelters and pet rescue organizations can't live without it.
Chip company co-founder Irwin Jacobs and its executive in charge of 4G and 5G take the stand to detail its wireless innovations.
Furloughed and unpaid workers won't have to pony up fees for late payments or agent assistance.
The US government has accused Qualcomm of unfairly hurting competitors and charging excessive royalties for its technology. Qualcomm's defense began later Tuesday with co-founder Irwin Jacobs.
It’s the first major protest of the year from tech workers.
Nearly 100 groups join with the ACLU to ensure facial recognition isn't used to limit people's freedom.
They'd also be able to make routine night flights under a proposed regulation.
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