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The hit YouTube video “Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways!” has been viewed over 17.1 million times, and this comes after an enormously successful Indiegogo campaign that just ended last week.
In July 2013, Philips Lighting employees in 17 geographies were invited to nominate projects that could benefit from Philips Lighting services. A Philips VP tells what occurred as a result in Vietnam.
Niwa is a company that’s bringing the “Internet of things” to urban farming.
While Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan heralds the advent of a new Turkey, his war on social media and new powers granted to intelligence agencies raise fears about freedom of information and the state of democracy in the country.
Social media is definitely flourishing in the Middle East, particularly the Gulf region, as a recently issued infographic states.
To raise awareness about the world's largest solar bridge, SolarCentury surprised London commuters at a station to serve them a free cup of tea brewed in the world's largest tea cup.
The price of solar and PV systems has fallen precipitously the past couple years, but battery storage needs to catch up.
Earlier this week Philips announced the City of Buenos Aires commissioned the company to revamp its street lighting system with LED bulbs.
Thanks to the hash tag #ModelLife, Fresno has the highest per capita of models of any other place in the USA, if not the world.
I’ve accepted a position in the Middle East to work within Masdar as a communications specialist for DC-based APCO. Home will be Abu Dhabi, UAE.
WikiPearl believes it can transform how food is presented with its edible packaging, starting with ice cream.
Technology businesses are stepping in to fill in the gaps a dismissive government and overwhelmed NGOs cannot close, saving lives in India.