September 24th, 2010
CNET: Today we're talking about game mechanics.
September 24th, 2010,
The Columbian: The Oregon Entrepreneurs Network has awarded Ken Hood, founder of Vancouver-based Clear Access, with a Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Award.
September 22nd, 2010
Bloomberg: Sharp Corp., Japan's biggest solar-panel maker, agreed to buy California's Recurrent Energy for as much as $305 million to expand into building power plants as it faces more competition from Chinese panel manufacturers.
September 21st, 2010,
VentureBeat: Aryaka Networks, a provider of a cloud-based service that trims bandwidth usage and latency concerns for large companies, is launching today and has raised $14 million in its first round of funding.
September 21st, 2010
BusinessWeek: Japan's Sharp Corp., one of the world's largest producers of LCD TVs and panels, said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire solar project developer Recurrent Energy for $305 million in cash.
September 20th, 2010
Technology Review: A startup that has successfully engineered bacteria to make common industrial chemicals is now using its technology to engineer organisms to make renewable fuel.
September 19th, 2010,
BBC: Imagine a car so narrow that two can drive next to each other in one lane; a car so small and short that three can park in one parking space.
September 8th, 2010,
Irish Times: After years of working on F1 cars, Gordon Murray has turned his attention to city cars and his T25 may revolutionise the way cars are built and designed.
September 6th, 2010,
Telegraph: The map - penned by Gordon Murray's own hand, to help me track down his Surrey headquarters - is neat, hand-drawn and quirky.
September 1st, 2010,
Bank Technology News: Loses at small and mid-sized businesses from fraudulent electronic funds transfers are on the rise; that's because criminals increasingly target organizations with hefty account balances but that lack large IT and security operations.