It's not just Google, Apple and a few other tech powers that are going green with deals for new buy electrical power from renewable sources. Now just about every kind of big company is doing so in a surge
After the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, decentralized power systems are quietly growing With the rise of more and better ways of harvesting energy from renewable sources—not to mention a battery revolution—it
At the Goalkeepers 2017 conference, held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation today in New York, Obama gave a keynote address in which he shared a one-question test to demonstrate how humanity is progress.
IHMC's ostrich bot doesn't need gyros or sensors because its mechanical design naturally balances itself. This tiny ostrich bot, unlike rival robots, doesn't use computers and sensors to balance. It manages
Current wireless networks have a problem: The more popular they become, the slower they are. Researchers at Fudan University in Shanghai have just become the latest to demonstrate a technology that transmits
The UK telecoms watchdog Ofcom has revealed that nearly three quarters (73 percent) of the UK can now access ‘superfast’ broadband speeds of 30Mbps or above, marking a nearly 10 percent increase since
Tesla has placed super fast electric vehicle chargers up and down the coast. Owners of its Model S cars can use them for free. These superchargers work 20-times faster than the typical EV charger, Tesla
Perpetual flight is going, so get ready for planes that just keep going and going and going... In 1883, Nobel laureate John Strutt, a physicist and the third Baron Rayleigh, put forward a radical idea.
Tesla Motors is looking at building a lithium-ion battery factory that will likely be the biggest in the world, said CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday. “This will be a giant facility. We are talking about something
By Max Fisher The United Nations Population Division, which tracks demographic data from around the world, has dramatically revised its projections for what will happen in the next 90 years. The new statistics,
A reliable and resilient electric grid is essential to meeting the rapidly-evolving needs of an increasingly digital society, enabling the integration of clean, renewable energy sources like wind and and