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The Internet giant thought it could help invent cheap renewable power. That wasn’t so easy.
Venture capital was supposed to be the financial engine of American innovation. Instead, it’s become a reflection of its own limitations.
Advocates say giving browsers a “Do Not Track” setting could mean more privacy for Web surfers. Opponents say it would be a disaster for online revenues. Which should you believe?
Will “Do Not Track” kill off innovation along with targeted advertising?
After letting its employees use their own phones and tablets for work, the company confronted a flood of insecure apps from the open Web.
Mobile computers are on track to saturate markets in the U.S. and the developing world in record time.
The Nissan Leaf is the first all-electric car to try to connect to a mass market. Now Nissan is betting on a U.S. factory that can turn out 150,000 cars a year.
Voice-controlled interfaces are showing up in mobile phones, TVs, and automobiles. One company believes it can give just about everything a voice.
Tata created the world’s least expensive automobile. The only problem now is selling it.
To lower fossil-fuel emissions while meeting demand, power grids around the world need to become a lot more intelligent.