Google plans to become carbon neutral at the same time promote green energy by entering into a 20-year agreement to buy power from an Iowa wind farm. The farm, part of NextEra Energy Resources in Story and Hardin counties, will sell Google 114 megawatts of renewable power. Google says that the energy it will buy is enough to power several of its data centers.
After many years of using laptops, desktops and servers I asked myself - why adaptive and energy saving plans exist in desktop and server computers? Why would I use energy saving when laptop is not running on battery? why I'm always using "Maximum performance" power plans?
With surprisingly little fanfare, Google has gone ahead and opened up Google Glass sales to anyone and everyone in the US, indefinitely. If you've got $1,500 and the desire, Google is down to sell you a pair of robo-glasses until they run out of stock. Read More
I've been looking for a Nexus 7, but I can't find them in any store. Best Buy doesn't sell them, Walmart doesn't sell them, Sears doesn't sell them, etc. Is Google deliberately holding back stock to direct people to the Google Play Store?
When you think breaking tech news, you probably don’t think about the New York Post, but the news outlet is reporting that Google plans to drop the set-top box division of Motorola after the completion of the Motorola Mobility acquisition. But is it true? And if it is, what does it say about Google’s future plans?
What did Google say about this? According to the Post, nothing.
When Google opened up the source code for its Chrome operating system last month, third-party hardware manufacturers lined up plans to build Chrome-based netbooks, with availability expected in late 2010. Could Google also be cooking up plans to sell its own, Google-branded Chrome netbook at around the same time?