Milena Ristovic, a secondary school teacher in the Serbian capital of Belgrade, suffers from a complaint common to millions around the world. “My battery-hungry devices run out so quickly,” she laments.  Sitting on a bench in a busy square in front of a business school in the Zvezdara district, she is plugged in to a [...]

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OCEANSIDE, California – August 26, 2014.  Available soon at a coffee shop or outdoor eatery near you – patio tables that you can actually plug your laptop or mobile device into and recharge any time of day or night.  They are 100% solar powered.  No extension cords or smelly power grid needed. They are shipping now. […]

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Dallas – US Mayors Conference President, Kevin Johnson called on all US Mayors to move cities forward as Cities 3.0 The vast majority of the population is moving to cities.  Cities have the responsibility to be sustainable and enable technologies that improve society.  “Cities are rapidly going digital.  There are more smart phones than phones and […]

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(Treehugger) Because so many of us are dependent on our phones, our tablets, and our music players, all of which are likely to run out of juice just when we need them, offering a way for users to recharge them with the power of the sun might be a great entry point for showing how solar energy has a place in our everyday lives

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(Mashable) You think cities are crowded now? By 2030, more than 5 billion people will live in urban settings. But before we get to that kind of population density, we have to optimize our cities. We need to make them smarter and better; technology can help.

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