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Willow Garage sets its open-source software free to attract software developers and help make robots commonplace, but detractors say giving the software away is bad for business. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Cutting Edge.
Google's energy subsidiary buys wind energy from farm in Iowa, using a wholesale purchase model designed to encourage future clean-energy projects. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
Sapphire Energy starts farming algae at New Mexico demo plant using an open pond design, which it says is the only way to keep costs low enough for fuels market.
After a yearlong test, Intel is designing servers to operate submerged in oil.
IT heavyweights and start-ups are eying stimulus money to modernize the grid but there's some concern that too much money and hype could lead to inflated expectations. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
CNET's Martin LaMonica follows recycling waste on the next step of its life: a high-tech, single-stream recycling center where machines do the bulk of the heavy lifting. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
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The Eni-MIT Solar Frontiers Research Center is experimenting with nanomaterials for solar cells that can be coated onto paper and other flexible substrates. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.