Stories for Oct. 16, 2008

If we didn’t have enough mobility to keep us busy with Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and iPhone, now there’s the new T-Mobile G1 running on the new Google Android platform. We at WWD haven’t said much about it because none of our team has had a chance […] Read more »

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Residential solar installer SolarCity is looking to differentiate itself from the herd of other installers serving homeowners in the West with its SolarGuard 2.0, an upgrade to its online monitoring service, and Canopy, a new panel mounting system. The Foster City, Calif.-based startup showed off the […] Read more »

Stories for Oct. 15, 2008

Om Malik has been testing the new Google Phone for the past few days. His take? This isn’t an iPhone competitor. If you look at it, you can very quickly see that G-1 is a Honda to iPhone’s BMW. After a few days of usage I have […] Read more »

Craig Rubens and I had a chance to play with YouTube on the new Google Android-powered T-Mobile G1 today. Here’s a little video we made of our walkthrough, for which we also brought along an iPhone 3G. See also: Om’s review. Our takeaways: – The Android […] Read more »

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Tesla chairman and investor Elon Musk explained in a blog post this afternoon that, in an attempt to become cash-flow positive within 6 to 9 months, he has taken over as CEO of the electric vehicle startup and will soon be conducting layoffs. While the moves […] Read more »

Hi folks, here’s another addition to the ongoing role call. I started writing for TAB a little over a week ago, and so far I’m really enjoying myself. As far as I know I’m the only Canadian in the current roster, so I had to fight […] Read more »

Our buddies at GigaOM got a 13-inch MacBook and they’ve taken some nice photos of the unboxing.  You should be able to see all of the photos on TheAppleBlog soon.  Take a look at these photos and you’ll see why we are so excited about this […] Read more »

Real Goods Solar Merges with Regrid Power: Residential solar energy integrator Real Goods Solar has merged with Regrid Power, a solar installer located in Northern California. The shake out of the solar market continues – Press release. Presidential Debate “What If?” Prep: The good folks at […] Read more »

McCain’s Special YouTube Takedown Request Denied; the presidential candidate raised the issue of how quickly political videos were yanked from the site, but YouTube rejected the idea of a special legal review process. (CNET) For Your Imagination Gets Financing; company gets a bridge round from OmniReliant […] Read more »

There is news today about two browsers that are very popular among web workers: Firefox and Flock. The first beta of version 3.1 of Firefox arrived last night at, and is downloadable here.  We discussed some of the new features in version 3.1 on OStatic […] Read more »

There are a lot of bad things on the Internet: spam, child porn, malware, phishing and so on. Until recently, it’s been up to people to protect themselves, using security software or web site blocking. Lately, however, governments and legislators have been calling for service providers […] Read more »

Along with all the other technology that Apple announced today, there was quite a bit of time devoted to showing off the innovative manufacturing process in the new 15″ MacBook Pro. Previous versions of the MacBook Pro were made from pressed aluminum parts held together with […] Read more »

The Federal Communications Commission has released an engineering report that increases the chances for a new wireless broadband network operating in the so-called white spaces in the unused spectrum between digital TV channels. Read more »

It seems like we can find almost everything we need through Google Maps — even the best place to put a new wind farm or a solar power plant. Renewable energy prospectors can now assess potential sites with the click of a mouse using 3TIER’s high-resolution […] Read more »

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