Wind-power set to continue rapid growth, group says

The nation's wind-power industry showed record growth in 2009 and could see dramatic expansion if there was a national "renewable electricity standard," the American Wind Energy Association said in a report released Thursday.

Expanding Web access is biggest challenge, industry leaders say

Everybody wants every computer to be able to access the Internet and all their documents from anywhere, all the time. Meeting that customer expectation is the biggest challenge top technology and communication companies said ...

Is net neutrality important? Ask Web-based companies

If you want to understand why consumers need strong rules ensuring all traffic on the Internet is treated equally, look no further than a Silicon Valley telecommunications company called 8x8.

Evacuating 70,000 sports fans in less than an hour?

What sports fan hasn't grumbled while waiting in a long, snaking lines to get into the stadium for the big game? It's enough to discourage even a diehard fan. But if you think it's a hassle getting into a sold-out game, imagine ...

Cell phones that protect against deadly chemicals? Why not?

Do you carry a cell phone? Today, chances are it's called a "smartphone" and it came with a three-to-five megapixel lens built-in -- not to mention an MP3 player, GPS or even a bar code scanner. This 'Swiss-Army-knife' ...

Combating a frequently overlooked assassin: Water

When a hurricane, earthquake or wildfire strikes, a variety of supplies and equipment is needed to respond and aid victims. But, clean water is a common denominator; its demand is chronic and ubiquitous. In fact, dirty water ...

Activision countersues 'Modern Warfare' execs

(AP) -- Two former studio heads overseeing last year's blockbuster video game "Modern Warfare 2" were fired for insubordination and trying to poach key employees from Activision, the gaming giant alleged in court filings.

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