Making the challenge even greater, many African countries and communities are only 5% electrified. In other words, 95% of their families, schools and businesses have no electricity, or have it only a few hours a day or week, and then often erratically and unpredictably.
We sit down in front of 68" 3D flat-screen that we got from the big box store last week. Who knew you could finance a television?
Meaningful deep-space exploration requires human participation for meaningful results. And, according to The New York Times, NASA is facing "a brain drain that threatens to undermine safety as well as the agency's plans."
Lockheed martin's new exoskeleton technology gives soldiers the capacity to do things that we only thought Superheros could do.
Yesterday was the Summer Solstice. The sun was as high in the sky as it gets in the Northern Hemisphere. Thus today's topic.
If Steve Jobs’ name were Lindsay Lohan and he were looking for work starring as the wife of John Gotti Jr. in a mobster film, confrontation with the law would be the best thing that ever happened to Apple.
New studies show that cell phones and other electronic devices could lead to in-flight issues.
"In a series of speeches over the past few days - at Notre Dame, at the American Enterprise Institute and at the Naval Academy - the outgoing Secretary of Defense has sounded a series of warnings that the ship of state, or at least the carrier battle group that protects it, is headed for the rocks."
Hack the United States with a crippling computer virus, and the Pentagon may respond with smart bombs and commando teams.
Osama bin Laden's hideout had no internet connection, but he devised a complex e-mailing system to coordinate with his cohorts.
The U.S. government and local authorities will soon be able to send a text message to alert people of imminent dangers and emergencies.
WSJ analysts outline the underlying trust problem hampering trade between the United States and China.
You cannot champion the poor, but support anti-energy policies that perpetuate poverty.
On any given day, scientists jolt us with new findings – and possibilities.