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  1. Toshiba Builds 100x Smaller Micro Nuclear Reactor – NextEnergyNews.Com

    Toshiba has developed a new class of micro size Nuclear Reactors that is designed to power individual apartment buildings or city blocks. Toshiba expects to install the first reactor in Japan in 2008, marketing in Europe and America in 2009.

  2. Wal-Mart scoffs at Google’s miniscule 1.6 megawatts of solar, starts installing 20,000 megawatts – PracticalEnvironmentalist.Com

    Google announced the planned installation of 1.6 megawatts of solar power for their corporate campus. Wal-Mart is starting with installation of solar power for 22 stores that will generate up to 20,000 megawatts of electricity per year.

  3. Killer Free Service That You’re Probably Not Using – OpenDNS – ItDoesCompute.Com

    Faster Web Browsing Your browsing experience will be faster and more reliable because OpenDNS will automatically route your DNS queries to the closest available server. This is something your ISP does not do.

  4. Schoolboy hacks into city’s tram system – Telegraph.Co.UK

    The 14-year-old Polish boy, described by his teachers as a model pupil and an electronics “genius”, adapted a television remote control so it could change track points in the city of Lodz.

  5. Russia in Miniature to Rise from the Black Sea – InventorSpot.Com

    Dubai’s artificial islands are about to get a little competition: a miniature “Russia” in the Black Sea off Sochi, Russia, that will house athletes for the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

  6. The Fisker Karma and 150mpg XH-150 hybrids revealed at Detroit Auto Show – CarzPage.Com

    Fisker is the namesake of Danish-born Henrik Fisker (CEO at BWM and Aston Martin designer). This model can go up to 50 miles before the gas engine kicks in to charge the lithium-ion batteries. A 150mph top speed, 0-60 mph in 5.8s.

  7. Customised Alimak Hoist On World’s Biggest Wheel – DesignBuild-Network.Com

    Reaching a height of 165m – the equivalent of a 42-storey tower – the wheel features 28 air-conditioned cars each designed to carry up to 30 passengers. A complete rotation of the wheel is expected to take an estimated 37 minutes.

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