China's leaders are finding it's a lot tougher to create a world-beating electric car industry than they hoped.
Honda is starting up production of a new gas-electric hybrid car at its southeastern Indiana factory.
Automakers are bringing SUVs and luxury sedans designed for Chinese buyers to China's biggest auto show this year as they scramble to keep sales growing.
The west Indian state of Gujarat is flipping the switch on Asia's largest solar power field as part of its 600 megawatt solar energy addition to India's power grid.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison wanted to compete against Google's Android software in the smartphone market before deciding instead to sue his potential rival for copyright and patent infringement.
The bulb is the most energy-efficient yet, lasts about 20 years and is supposed to give off a pleasing, natural-looking light.
Oracle began Monday trying to convince a jury that Google's top executives have long known that they stole a key piece of technology to build the Android software that now powers more than more than 300 million smartphones and tablet computers.
New cars and light trucks would have to have override systems to prevent unintended acceleration in instances where the driver steps on the gas pedal and brake at the same time or accelerator control systems disconnect, under new federal regulations proposed Thursday.
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Apple's biggest competitor in the market for iPad-sized tablet computers is updating its line to include a feature that lets a tablet act as a universal remote control for an entertainment center.
A new Army laboratory will develop technology such as fuel cells and hybrid systems for combat vehicles as the Pentagon steps up its push for cleaner and more reliable energy, federal officials said Wednesday.
Faltering Internet icon AOL was able to squeeze out more than $1B from Microsoft for a trove of some 800 patents in an auction, the latest sign of just how valuable such portfolios can be for the world's biggest technology companies.
Michael Picker, the governor's senior adviser on renewable energy facilities, said he's optimistic the Blythe project will eventually be completed.
Apple has filed plans with the N.C. Utilities Commission to build what is being touted as the nation's largest private fuel cell energy project, a silent power plant that will generate electricity from hydrogen.
Terrafugia has been working on flying cars since 2006, and has already pushed back the launch once.
A California solar energy company that was unable to meet a deadline for an Energy Department loan guarantee last year has sought bankruptcy protection in Delaware.
Thousands of hobbyists are taking part in what has become a global do-it-yourself drone subculture, a pastime that's thriving as the FAA seeks to make the skies friendlier to unmanned aircraft of all sizes.
Micron Technology Inc. has settled a lawsuit in which Oracle Corp. accused the Idaho memory chipmaker and other companies of artificially inflating prices for microchips.
The struggling BlackBerry maker said it plans to return its focus to its corporate customers after failing to compete with flashier, consumer-oriented phones such as Apple's iPhone.
General Motors soon will sell a $50 smartphone application that could replace your dashboard navigation system.
Struggling cellphone maker Nokia Corp. launched its first smartphone for China on Wednesday, looking to the world's biggest mobile market to help drive its 1-year-old turnaround effort.
Research In Motion's international sales are slowing and the BlackBerry maker doesn't have new smartphones for the competitive North American market, say analysts.
If we want to influence a generation that will help us gain back the technical prowess we’ve lost, we won’t get there through mandated education.
Facebook raised alarms about privacy, warning employers not to ask job applicants for their passwords. The company threatened legal action against applications that violate its long-standing policy against sharing passwords.
Canadian Solar Japan K.K. said it will build and operate a solar power plant in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, becoming the first foreign solar-cell manufacturer in Japan with a mega photovoltaic plant of its kind.