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Wed, May 15, 2013 5:40 PM
Like Spotify, All Access begins by cataloging the music you already have in your library. The program then recommends other accessible music.
Much-anticipated 'biodegradable' phone by Samsung hits stores next week.
There's trouble in paradise on Long Island's exclusive south shore: Besides awful summer tourist traffic, there are private companies that immobilize your car -- then demand $150 or more to set it free.
Department of Energy funding awards 48 high-tech battery companies -- and jump-starts the next-generation EV revolution.
Indiana and Michigan will get the bulk of the funds allotted for domestic production of EV batteries and parts.
Online service reunites missing gadgets with their rightful owners.
Clean coal lobbyist forges 12 letters to trick House members into voting 'No' on ACES.
Back in July Greenpeace protesters scaled Mt. Rushmore. Bill Moyers finds out why.
What's the best way to get green influencers talking about your eco-friendly car?
The solar-powered Turtle Airship: A hi-tech reinvention of the blimp.
Nation's largest electronics retailer is getting into the electronic vehicle market.
A new report finds a whopping 200% growth in online video since 2006. What are the carbon implications?
Nissan isn't waiting for others to build charging stations. Its new Leaf can plug into the company's global EV network.
Representatives agree to $2 billion lifeline for program that dealers say is stabilizing auto sales. Next stop: The Senate.
Why didn't Congress and the Obama administration see this coming? With just $1 billion, the program was never going to last until November.
HAN University of Applied Sciences students designed a hybrid auto-rickshaw that will lower CO2 emissions and raise the income of drivers in Asia.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.