Dubbed “biomass energy,” the push to help wean the state off coal-burning plants by incinerating trees and wood has the backing of state officials and many environmentalists.
A researcher looking into the attacks that knocked Twitter offline last week discovered another, unrelated security problem.
The clock ticks for writable discs, but one company claims its new DVD will store usable information for centuries.
Amazon's pioneering device may not dominate the market for long. Many phones are now sophisticated enough to be used as e-book reading devices.
Technical support issued a warning to congressional staff that the site, www.house.gov, may be slow or unresponsive because of the large volume of e-mail being sent to members.
Of the 182 construction permits granted by government commissions, 50 were abandoned in construction with billions in investment lost and 28 were closed before their 40-year licenses expired.
Issues of safety and waste make way for a focus on funding.
Today, winds help turn on the lights, run TVs and power washers, dryers and ovens in thousands of homes all over New England.
Before you sign up as an amateur reporter, here are some essentials.