Stories for Sep. 25, 2008

Toyota is slowly adding more green vehicles beyond its poster child the Prius. Yesterday the Japanese automaker introduced several new alternative fuel initiatives that it hopes will keep it ahead of the curve at its Sustainable Mobility Seminar in Portland. On the top of the list […] Read more »

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Stories for Sep. 24, 2008

Last year around this time, we asked the question: What Constitutes an Online Hit? We talked to a number of industry professionals, many of which cited the magic play number of 100,000. But some 12 months later, more people are watching — and making — online […] Read more »

MySpace Music is launching today and will be accessible only to U.S.-based music fans. Some may call it a competitor to Apple’s music store, but that wouldn’t be entirely true, for Apple’s strength is downloads, while MySpace has made a name by allowing streaming of tunes […] Read more »

There are many problems with T-Mobile USA’s 3G plans, as we outlined yesterday. None compare to the seemingly foolish 1 GB bandwidth cap on “unlimited” data plans they are hawking along with the Google Phone. Today, in response to a New York Times query, they seemed […] Read more »

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Why oh why didn’t I install Ubuntu 8.04 on my MSI Wind instead of OS X? If I had, I could have followed these lengthy, but reasonably simple, instructions to install the Android SDK on Ubuntu! Actually I see that the Android SDK can be installed […] Read more »

Tesla’s Family Affair – The Bluestar: Speaking at the EmTech 2008 conference, JB Straubel, Tesla’s CTO, said the company may partner with an OEM to scale up production of its affordable family vehicle, codenamed “Bluestar” – CNet. Western Climate Initiative Proposed Cap-and-Trade Plan: The WCI has […] Read more »

There are 53 million hockey fans in North America, according to the National Hockey League, but roughly 50 percent of those fans live somewhere other than the market in which their favorite team is based — and where the team’s home games are shown on local […] Read more »

If you find yourself using Wi-Fi more and more frequently, you’re not alone. As the numbers here show, business use of hotspots is growing very rapidly, and home Wi-Fi networks are key tools for many web workers. Do you monitor the Wi-Fi performance you’re getting, though? […] Read more »

With Mobilize 08 a fading speck in the rearview mirror, we are all gearing up for the second edition of NewTeeVee Live, our conference around online video that will be held on Nov. 13th in San Francisco. Our event last year sold out, so we decided […] Read more »

If you are a heavy user of either Google Bookmarks or Google Docs, you now have a way of searching your content via the OS X built-in Spotlight tool. Written by Stuart Morgan and available for free (open source, in fact!), this simple application makes a […] Read more »

A couple of weeks after saying it raised $2 million in angel funding, Atlanta-based Whoop said it is acquiring the assets of XOsphere, a Cal… Read more »

While trying to lock in crucial coal-belt swing states, Obama has had to refute another off-the-cuff comment from his running mate and assure coal-loving swing voters the he is, in fact, their friend. When asked why he supports clean coal, Biden said: “We’re not supporting clean […] Read more »

The Wireless Innovation Alliance today is making another charge in the war between those trying to keep the unused spectrum between digital television channels clear, and those trying to use that spectrum for wireless broadband. Those so-called white spaces are the last chance for wireless broadband […] Read more »

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