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The Palo Alto Research Center, a spinoff lab from Xerox, recently opened its doors to show off paper with disappearing ink, solar concentrators, and a way to purify water that was inspired by toner cartridges. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos took a tour and has the latest on the lab's current research projects.
Not everything gets made overseas. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos tours the Silicon Valley facilities of Applied Materials, where they make equipment for producing televisions and solar panels.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos takes a tour of Google's new solar-panel installation, now believed to be the largest for a company in North America. Kanellos toured the Mountain View, Calif., campus on June 18.
Want to know how a business or home can go solar? CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos speaks with Gary Gerber, founder of Sun Light and Power, about what needs to be installed to start running apart from the electric grid.
CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Michael Kanellos look at innovative ways that companies are looking to roll out solar-energy technology options on a broader scale for less than that $30,000 price tag.
The , a prototype green home built by Panasonic, was on display in Japan where CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos took a tour of its many features last fall. Could we see homes built by Panasonic in the U.S. sometime in the future?
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos recently took a trip to Beijing, where he got to see up close just how big piracy is in China. Armed with a video camera, he took to the streets to examine why copied discs are so widespread in the region.
CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos interviews Oliso CEO Ehsan Allpour about his company's high-tech household iron at the Cool Products Expo in Stanford, Calif., on April 26.
CNET News.com reporter Michael Kanellos is saying goodbye, but before he goes, take a look of some of the Kanellos moments we have collected over the years.
Henry Lowood, curator for the history of science and technology collections at Stanford University libraries, is in charge of a major project involving the archiving of 25,000-plus video games. Hear how the project started and where it goes from here. CNET News.com's Miriam Olsson reports.