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Microsoft's campus in Mountain View, Calif., has the largest solar panel system in Silicon Valley. That's the word from John Matheny, general manager of the Silicon Valley campus, during a tour of the solar installation.
The Yuri's Night dance party at NASA's Moffett Field in Silicon Valley feted the 40th anniversary of the first man in space.
See the amazing old Xerox storage devices of the 1970s, built to suit mountain trolls, in this episode of Tales of Silicon Valley.
Alternative energy, from solar to geothermal, is suddenly one of the hot buzzwords in Silicon Valley, where it's attracting lots of interest--and money. To find out why, tune in as Charles Cooper speaks with reporter Martin LaMonica on the CNET News Daily Debrief.
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., celebrates a nondescript converted bread truck for its instrumental role in developing the first mobile and wireless Internet connection. News.com's Kara Tsuboi introduces the engineers behind a feat that happened three decades ago this month.
In a March 21 interview, CNET News.com's Zamir Haider spoke with Trevor Blackwell, founder of Mountain View, Calif.-based Anybots, and saw humanoid robots that may one day be used to perform dangerous tasks. He got close to walking robot Dexter and its pneumatic limbs.
How did backdating stock options become such a pervasive problem? Are business schools teaching ethics? Richard Schmalensee, dean of MIT's Sloan School of Management, recently spoke with CNET News.com's Jim Kerstetter about today's business problems and innovation in Silicon Valley.
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen looks at Cupertino, Calif., the Silicon Valley suburb where Apple Computer has based its operations for decades. What kind of a next-door neighbor is the Mac maker?
Tim Berners-Lee, considered to be the father of the Web, speaks with scientists and Silicon Valley executives at HP Labs in Palo Alto, Calif., about where he sees the Internet going in the next five years.
Speaking at the Silicon Valley Joint Venture event in San Jose, Calif.,\r\nformer Vice President Al Gore said there's still time to combat the\r\nexpected effects of climate change. He said the investment and\r\ninnovation that built the high-tech and biotech industries is now needed\r\nfor green tech.