Race Is on to Detect Dark Matter
August 13, 2007 10:22 AM - Alicia Chang, Associated Press
In deep underground laboratories around the globe, a high-tech race is on to spot dark matter, the invisible cosmic glue that's believed to keep galaxies from spinning apart.
The Top 10 Things Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony Won't Tell You About Your Wii, xBox 360, and PS3
August 13, 2007 10:21 AM - Paul Schaefer
Here's a list you won't see published soon by game console manufacturers: the top 10 things you can do on your Wii, xBox 360 and PS3 that doesn't involve playing any games.
Web Users Now Spend Half Their Time Visiting Content, Outpacing, Communications And Commerce
August 13, 2007 10:00 AM - Paul Schaefer
Internet users are spending nearly half their online time visiting content, a 37% increase in share of time from four years ago. The total time being spent with search remains relatively low, accounting for just 5% of Internet users online time in 2007.
Report: Without New Investment, Internet Will Face 'Rush Hour Traffic' Jam
August 9, 2007 04:48 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN
New traffic from YouTube, and other social media may overload Internet without major expansion of capability.
Aerospace Industry to Consume $57 Billion Worth of Composite Materials Between 2007-2026
August 9, 2007 04:23 PM - Source?
On an annual basis, the aerospace industry consumes an estimated 700 million lbs. of raw materials including aluminum, composites, glare, steel, titanium and other materials, according to a new study.
Shoppers Grab Up Green Teflon Replacement
August 7, 2007 06:33 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN
The first environmentally-friendly, PTFE-free non-stick cookware sold out in out 4 hours during its live TV shopping debut. 24,000 pieces sold.
Eco-Friendlier Rail Engine
August 7, 2007 04:22 PM - By Paul Schaefer, ENN
The railroads are getting greener too. Diesel rail engine manufacturer MTU Detroit Diesel received EPA certification today for a new, eco-friendlier high-speed rail engine. The low-emission 2250 horsepower engine is optimized for the rail industry and meets EPA's Tier 2 emission standard.
New Poll: Nine Of 10 Americans Favor Ban On Texting While Driving
August 7, 2007 12:02 PM - Paul Schaefer, ENN
Driving While Texting (DWT) is as dangerous as driving after a couple of drinks, say 91 percent of people in a new survey.
Zero Emission Electric Vechicle Meets American Roads on Two Wheels
August 1, 2007 06:14 PM - By Bruce Mulliken, Green Energy News, Private Landowner Network
It may be a few more years before a high-performance all-electric vehicle like the Tesla sports car is available for Joe (or Josephine) Average consumer. At the better part of $100,000 the Tesla is intended for the green-minded well-to-do, not the rest of us. But if a four wheeled electric vehicle is out of reach, what about one with two?
Five Chlorine Plants Refuse Mercury-Free Technology
July 25, 2007 12:00 AM - Oceana
Five chlorine plants that are among the top mercury polluters in the United States would reap economic benefits if they eliminated mercury in chlorine production, Oceana (www.oceana.org) said today in a new report. The report analyzed over 115 chlorine plants that are shifting or have successfully shifted from mercury-based technology.