CNET Live: September 25, 2008 Video
LiveFuels says it will be able to make biodiesel or synthetic gas from cheap algae in a few years. CNET's Michael Kanellos and Brian Cooley take a look at the process.
As the price of gas soars and more drivers turn to hybrid vehicles, San Francisco-based Luscious Garage is doing booming business catering to their auto repair needs. CNET's Kara Tsuboi visited the environmentally friendly, women-owned-and-operated shop to learn about their services.
The catalytic converter is the unseen, unsung hero of auto emissions control. Does the old "soot can" have a high-tech story? Check out what CNET's Brian Cooley and Michael Kanellos learned from visiting Nanostellar, a company that replaces particles in a catalytic converter so a car can run greener.
CNET Live: March 13, 2008 Molly and Brian talk DIY dentistry, Hulu haps, and explore the surprising 'Tech of the Irish.'
On the Green Show this week, we check out clean exhaust on the Mercedes BluTec engine. Also, a green approach to wireless Internet, and some helpful greening tips from CNET's Martin LaMonica.
Live from the CNET stage at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Tom and Brian take a look at some of the hottest tech of 2008.
From the stage of CES 2008, Brian and Tom answer questions from callers as well as members of th Live CES audience. Plus, CNET editors stop by to talk about the top products at CES.
Join Brian, Tom, Molly, Natali, and Brian on November 28--or Black Friday--when they host the Holiday Help Desk live on CNET TV. They'll be answering all of your holiday shopping questions from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. PT.
The clean-tech industry of today is in its early stages, about where Microsoft was in 1980, says Terry Tamminen, an adviser at Pegasus Capital Advisors and the former director of California's Environmental Protection Agency. Now a main force behind the state's rise to the top as a climate change policy maker, Tamminen sits down with CNET News.com's Carl-Gustav Linden in Santa Monica, Calif.
Tired of changing those wipers every six to eight months? Fioravante's wiperless windshield keeps your glass dry and clean. Brian Cooley showcases this new technology from the floor at the 2008 Geneva auto show.