(University of Vermont) A new study shows why it would be hard for terrorists to bring down the US electric grid.
Google and a group of technology and investment firms have set aside US$1.8 billion to build a network of deepwater transmission lines for future wind farms off the U.S. East Coast.The transmission lines, which would run to the coast in an area stretching from Virginia to New Jersey, would be...
Customer service software provider RightNow Technologies Inc. said Tuesday it has named Wayne Huyard as president and chief operating officer.Huyard, 51, replaces Susan Carstensen, who was named senior vice president of customer experience. Carstensen had previously served as COO.Huyard joined...
On Thurday November 18, 2010 at Ecole d?Ingénieurs Polytech Tours, France.
Selected as partner for £12.5m capsule upgrade.
3D TV Not Growing as Fast as TV Makers Expected in 2010, but Will Become Mainstream by 2014, with 90 Million+ ShipmentsOctober 12, 2010 7:22 am | by General Electric | Comments
3D TV is now readily available in retail, but the uptake among consumers has been limited by high prices and lack of content.
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) It may seem obvious that dunking relatively spherical objects in a sauce -- blueberries in melted chocolate, say -- will result in an array of completely encapsulated berries.
CUI Inc’s power line, V-Infinity, and its distributor, Digi-Key Corporation, announced the release of a new series of convection cooled DIN rail mounted ac-dc power supplies.
The EasyExpoNavigation application turns cell phones into trade fair companions, allowing the user to search for points of interest such as exhibitors, products, forums, restaurants and public transport stops.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says it will start selling Apple Inc.'s iPad tablet computer in some stores by Friday and in a majority of locations by the height of the holiday shopping season.Wal-Mart will sell the iPad at Apple's suggested retail price, which range from $499 to $829 depending on the...
Fujitsu develops Gallium-Nitride HEMT power amplifier featuring high uutput power for millimeter-wave W-bandOctober 12, 2010 5:21 am | by Medical Design Technology | Comments
Fujitsu Ltd. and Fujitsu laboratories of Tokyo and Kawasaki, Japan respectively, announced the development of a power amplifier using gallium nitride (GaN) high electron mobility transistors (HEMT) that puts out 1.3W for wireless communications in the millimeter-wave W-band
A consortium of technology and investment companies including Google has devoted $1.8 billion to building a network of transmission lines to connect future offshore wind farms along the Atlantic from New Jersey to Virginia.Google Inc. has teamed up with investment firm Good Energies, Japanese...
In August 2010, unemployment in the OECD area fell slightly to 8.5% (from 8.6% in July). The unemployment rate has returned to August 2009 levels and unemployment now appears stable across OECD countries.
According to the Herrald Scotland National Semiconductor is planning to invest £20 million in its chip-making and design facility in Greenock and will increase the size of its permanent workforce over the next 12 months, The Herald has learned.
Hewlett-Packard Co.'s new CEO will start his job in a courtroom — and in the crosshairs of HP's new antagonist, Oracle Corp.Court documents show that Leo Apotheker is being called as a witness in Oracle's corporate espionage trial against rival SAP AG, Apotheker's employer of more than 20...