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GE just announced a new “big-data” and analytics platform it calls “Predictivity,” and it has some big partners on board to give it reach.
General Electric is on a mission to improve efficiency in hospitals, and is setting aside $2 billion for its health care practice.
At Maker Faire Bay Area, a “startup pavilion” highlights 20 new maker-focused startups. But big companies like Autodesk, General Electric, and even Google are getting into the DIY game too.
Guest Post Many companies are finding that a mixture of oil and gas energy, together with solar and wind power, fit their needs — and the energy industry is benefitting too.
Want some lead, mercury, or chlorine with your new iPhone 5 or Galaxy S3? You’re in luck: both phones contain those and many other toxic substances.
[vimeo 38506003 w=640 h=360] General Electric set up a hands-on “garage” area at SXSW Interactive this year to get technophiles up to their elbows in hardware, including laser cutters, 3D printers, injection molders, and more.
What if you got to directly influence brands like AOL, General Electric and Pinkberry while earning prizes? Crowdtap, which provides marketing research through its network of volunteers, received $7 million in funding to get you there.
Only around a quarter of the new electricity capacity introduced in 2010 came from wind power, down from 42 percent in 2009, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Glori Energy, which specializes in extracting additional oil from existing oil wells, announced today that it has secured funding from Energy Technology Ventures. The terms of the funding were not disclosed.
The U.S. government will make $250 million in federal loans available to developers of smart grid technology.