TECHNOLOGY - Audi's in-car LTE starts at $99 for six months of service and 5GB of data
Audi's been talking about its in-car LTE for awhile, but how much it'll cost hasn't been clear until now. A six-month plan with 5GB of data will run $99, while a 30-month plan with 30GB runs $499, both through AT&T. However, you'll snag half-a-year's.. .. ...
http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/11/audi-att-lte-pricing/?nci


TECHNOLOGY - First Time: Moss Powers an FM Radio
An experimental biological solar panel that uses photosynthesizing moss successfully powers an FM radio. Continue reading .. ...
http://news.discovery.com/tech/alternative-power-sources/fir


TECHNOLOGY - Help Develop the Next Generation of Technologists in America
Foshay Learning Center, in South Central Los Angeles, is hosting an internship fair for their technology students. Join KPCC, FitOrbit, Pressed Juicery and other Los Angeles based companies in hosting an intern for the summer .. ...
http://www.good.is/posts/help-develop-the-generation-of-tech


TECHNOLOGY - Is Cleantech Finland’s Next Nokia?
Apple didn't have a grudge against the Finns when it started designing its popular phones and tablets. But it just so happened that Finland’s economy was one of many global players upended by the devices. “It was the iPad that killed the Finnish paper industry and iPhone that killed the Finnish ICT industry,“ Jan Vapaavuori, the Finnish minister of economic affairs told an international group of journalists, repeating a comment that first came f ...
http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/is-clean-tech-fi


TECHNOLOGY - Microsoft Power Cover doubles the Surface's battery life for $200 on March 19th
With the right accessories, the Surface Pro makes a mean alternative to your average laptop -- but even with the second generation model's improved battery life, it doesn't last long outside of the house. Soon, that might be less of an issue:.. .. ...
http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/10/microsoft-power-cover/?nc


TECHNOLOGY - New Models for the Open, Adaptable Grid Edge Network
Utilities need cutting-edge distributed technology solutions to adapt to the accelerating changes happening on the edges of the grid -- and open-source programming and software-defined devices could be one answer. Certainly the smart grid industry is seeing more examples of how the computing revolution that has changed the server and smartphone industries is now beginning to provide models for converting yesterday’s proprietary, legacy grid tech ...
http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/new-models-for-t


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