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Bridge between IT and energy

When you look at the IT industry and the energy production/distribution industry it is hard to find many things in common between the two. When you think of IT, you think of computer nerds, office jobs and Silicon Valley. When you think of the energy sector, you think of drilling/mining, hard hats and physical labor. [...]

Emerging trend for big business

There is an emerging and growing trend that more and more big companies are adopting. I recently read a report in the New York Times (click here to read it) about GM investing $100 million and starting a venture capital firm for start-ups in the field of renewable energy and other advanced technologies. This follows a similar [...]

Dell making a tablet push

Dell Inc., one of the world’s largest PC makers and technology companies will be launching a tablet product called the Dell Streak this summer. It will first be sold in the UK (next month) and then in the U.S. later in the summer. This decision to debut somewhere other than the U.S., where its headquarters are [...]

Google distracting workers for a day

On Friday, Google decided to pay tribute to the 30th anniversary of the video game Pac Man by changing the look of their logo on their home page. They’ve done this hundreds of times in the past so that part of it is nothing special. The difference is that this time they made the logo [...]

Tech giants to bring internet to TV

  Four well known tech companies, including two of the best known in the world, are teaming up to bring the internet to TV. Google, Sony, Intel and Logitech have plans to develop software and applications that will allow TV watchers to view YouTube videos and other things on their TV’s. The basic idea is [...]