Stories for Nov. 13, 2008

The Scottish government believes the North Sea could become host to an underwater renewable energy grid, supplying power from wind, wave and tidal power across Europe, but England could be left out in the cold. A new study from Scotland looks at the possibility of a […] Read more »

A MacBlogz source is claiming that the AT&T’s iPhone tethering their CEO Ralph De La Vega mentioned last week as coming “soon” will roughly add an additional $30 to your plan. It is rumored to offer a 5GB/month allowance with the expected speeds of “GPRS: 30k […] Read more »

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New Zealand-based Aquaflow Bionomic said today that it’s seeking to raise up to NZ$30 million ($16.6 million) from a new public offering. The three-year-old company, whose algae technology involves harvesting wild algae and squeezing it into green crude oil, plans to sell up to 60 million […] Read more »

I have gone back to the drawing board and started looking again for a good, old-fashioned address book/contact management app I can download and install on my hard drive. So far, no luck. Of the apps I’ve looked at, the UIs are horrific and they just aren’t slick enough. Read more about the search for the perfect contact manager that isn’t in the cloud. Read more »

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CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 154 is 36 minutes long and is a 33.1 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel […] Read more »

ABC.com was the first to post its broadcast content online with four shows about two years ago. Liz Gannes, Editor, NewTeeVee chats with Alexis Rapo, V-P, Digital Media, Disney-ABC Television Group about how ABC monetizes the content and what it plans to do in online video. […] Read more »

UPDATE: I figured out how to get the 2-line message list view working and have added a screen of it below.  It is really sweet. Kevin recently turned us on to the great Apple Mail plugin Letterbox and I installed it immediately and loved the 3-pane […] Read more »

EventBox is an application created by The Cosmic Machine, which aims to provide one place from which to manage all your online social networking activity. It can ‘pack all your social networks in one box’. I think that an application performing the function that EventBox aims […] Read more »

Google said this morning that it had joined Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DRSG, formerly DRAM, the Demand Response and Advanced Metering Coalition), suggesting that the search engine giant is increasingly looking into managing energy information. The coalition also said this morning it has added […] Read more »

Any freelancer who does computer-related work, whether on or offline, probably understands the value of being able to work in multiple operating systems. That goes double for web workers, who need to know that what they produce behaves no matter who’s looking at it, or what they look at it with. Enter virtualization software. How does the new Parallels fare against VMWare Fusion for Web Workers? Read more »

The show that’s bringing you backstage access to the future of Internet video is finally here! Yes, the second year of our own NewTeeVee Live event kicks off this morning, and we’re about to hear from web video gurus like Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, Netflix CEO […] Read more »

Guest post by Pete Johnson As an IT teleworker for a large company over the past 10 years, I’ve spent my share of time on conference calls. The other day, in fact, I set a personal record with 11.5 hours of them in a single work […] Read more »

Silicon solar Solaria’s CFO Chris Dier tells us that the company is ooking to raise a Series D round of funding in the next year to finance an additional 50 to 100 megawatts of production capacity by 2010. Read more »

When it comes to web site development IDEs, Coda is one of the “must have” Mac applications. The premise is simple: one application that handles all aspects of site development and promotion: editing browser code, cleaning up schemas and tables, wielding CSS, managing versioning and promoting […] Read more »

Intel has been coasting along fat and happy in the current netbook craze, pumping out as many Atom processors as they can.  It’s not been enough though given their recent financial picture and things may get a bit rockier for the chipmaker as rival ARM has […] Read more »

One of the unintended but still entertaining side effects of deflated market caps is the corporate catfight. As of yesterday, we have a promising one being performed in the energy sector: After a few weeks of gentle pawing at smaller rival NRG Energy, industry giant Exelon […] Read more »

Stories for Nov. 12, 2008

Over on GigaOM, Narendra Rocherolle ponders the thought of the iPhone as a micropayments device: I was playing Texas Hold’em on the iPhone the other day when it struck me: If Apple allowed one-touch financial transactions inside apps — in the case of Texas Hold’em, for […] Read more »

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