Apple’s legal headaches over its role in a price-fixing scheme for ebooks appeared to be over. Now, shareholders have piled on with a new lawsuit accusing its executives of mismanagement.
After you tune into Apple’s event on Tuesday and learn about the latest in conspicuous consumption, why not check out the Al Gore-backed 24 Hours of Reality online broadcast? We chat with Gore about the project.
Ahead of our Mobilize event Oct. 16 and 17, we asked experts how 50 billion connected devices and 6 billion people change their industries. In this essay SmartThings’ Alex Hawkinson details the programmable home of the future.
There’s a growing amount of research that says the Internet has a greater net positive effect on the environment than a negative one. But the research is still new and the question is very complex.
The Internet and the digital revolution can be a major player in fighting climate change, says Al Gore at a Google event.
We bring you the behind the scenes story of how electric car startup Fisker Automotive spent over a billion dollars, took down a government loan and ultimately delivered about 2,000 cars, a small fraction of what it originally promised.
The HTC First is the debut device powered by Facebook Home, an app-meets-skin that focuses the phone experience to all things Facebook. There is a lot to like and a lot more to dislike in the device. Here are my impressions.
While the future of Current’s programming is up in the air following its acquisition by Al Jazeera, one guy’s not freaked out — on Twitter and YouTube, “Young Turks” host Cenk Uygur is reminding his fans that he and the “TYT” team will be just fine.
Al Jazeera English has long been a refuge for U.S.-based TV viewers who want to watch their news programming online, thanks to live streams on a number of different platforms. However, the yet-to-be-launched Al Jazeera America cable network won’t be available live online.
Harvest Power is raising $110 million from investors including Al Gore’s fund, venture firm Kleiner Perkins and a fund led by former First Solar CEO Michael Ahearn to build out its facilities that turn organic waste into fertilizer and energy.