Still need proof that Google is about to take over the world? It has been granted an order by he Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to buy and sell energy at market rates.
Google wants more control over the high energy costs of its many data centers, and they are aiming to become carbon neutral.
A Google spokesperson told CNET: “Right now, we can’t buy affordable, utility-scale, renewable energy in our markets. We want to buy the highest quality, most affordable renewable energy wherever we can and use the green credits.”
Microsoft is releasing a preview of its new browser, dubbed 'Project Spartan.' There's no name for it yet, but key initial features include the company's digital assistant, Cortana, and a whole bunch of other features that may prove to be useful. Read more
The USB port is so ubiquitous, we need it for just about anything these days. Charging our devices would be its most useful function. So how do you add a USB outlet on your wall without requiring any wiring? Read more
Here's checking out some work from artist Ajit Johnson, who perfectly nailed this generation's addiction to technology in these simple and brutally honest posters. Check it out below and let us know what you think. Read more