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Nagasaki Plans Asia’s First Major Testing Site for Marine Energy

Nagasaki prefecture plans to become Asia’s first major testing site for renewable marine energy, offering support for companies, scientists and government officials looking to better understand floating wind farms and other marine power technology. The plan will be loosely modeled on the European Marine Energy Centre, a testing site in the North Sea that has been […]

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Finding Easier Ways to Charge Electric Vehicles

Jeremy McCool is convinced there is a better way to charge electric vehicles in a crowded city than using a wired plug. Mr. McCool is founder and chief executive of Hevo Power, a Brooklyn-based start-up that is working to create a home for electric vehicles in an environment that is inherently challenging to them. First, he and his […]

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Pioneers Festival 2015, Plan A2Z Software is in the final selection process

Plan A2Z Software is honored to be in consideration by the Pioneers Festival; This is Europe’s major conference for tomorrow’s ideas, bringing together the smartest startups with corporates, media and investors eager to support the next big thing. Hofburg Imperial Palace Heldenplatz 1, 1010 Vienna, Austria “Electric atmosphere.” “… the focus is very much on the future.” […]

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Google Introduces Wireless Service Called Project Fi

Now you can Google a phone call. On Wednesday, Google unveiled its long-awaited phone service, called Project Fi, putting the search giant in competition with Verizon, AT&T and other wireless service providers. In addition to new turf, the service is an attempt to blend several communication tools and the multiplying ways of calling people — cellular calls, […]

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Local Broadcasters Could Reap Billions in Airwaves Auction

LAS VEGAS — The pitch to television broadcasters this week was not easy for them to swallow. It is a good time, they were told, to sell their most precious resource. With Americans increasingly turning less to over-the-air television broadcasts and more to their mobile devices, the federal government wants to devote a bigger portion […]

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Solar bicycle road between Daejeon and Sejong, Korea

          Great use for an above ground solar panel structure:  Aerial view of the bicycle road between Daejeon and Sejong, both cities are located 2~3 hours south of Seoul. Solar panels not only generate power but also provide protection to cyclists from sun and rain. Taken by a drone camera in […]

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China’s Huawei Technologies 2014 Profit Grows 33 Percent

HONG KONG — China’s Huawei Technologies Ltd [HWT.UL], the world’s No.2 telecommunications equipment maker, reported a 33 percent rise in profit for 2014, matching company guidance, as the global adoption of fourth-generation (4G) mobile technology boosted sales. Net profit for 2014 rose to 27.9 billion yuan, the Shenzhen-based company told media in an earnings briefing […]

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