Jason KennedyContributor, PCWorld

Jason is a systems administrator living in Seattle. When he's not up to his elbows in a server, he's up to his elbows in the latest electronics or technology news, or trying out languages like Dart and Ruby.

Set Sail With Solar Boats

Plains, trains, and ...sun-powered sailboats? This concept for a solar-powered sailboat looks more like a spacecraft than a seacraft.

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Google Takes an Interest in Solar Energy

Google as a power company? We look at Google's solar energy initiatives.

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Bacteria as Biofuel: It’s Coming

One company figured out a way to turn the byproduct of a genetically modified bacteria into biofuel.

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New Tech Lets Web-Centric Apps Talk to Each Other

A new technology under development by the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group is all about skipping the middleman in Internet communications.

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Tiny PC Runs Linux, Is the Size of a Flash Drive

This flash drive-sized PC is perfect for those times when a netbook is just too big.

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Experiment Confirms Space-Time Vortex Around Earth, Makes Our Heads Hurt

An "epic" experiment confirms another part of Einstein's theory of Relativity. Relatively speaking, that's pretty awesome.

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Chrome OS Subscriptions: (Possibly) A Step Forward

Rumors abound that Google is considering a subscription model for their Chrome operating system. But it's not all bad.

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Judgment Day Already? I Just Got Here!

When we're all fleeing in terror from our airborne robot masters, don't say you weren't warned.

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Scientists Discover Secret of Natural Antifreeze

French researchers now understand how natural antifreeze proteins halt the growth of ice molecules to permit polar animals to survive in deadly arctic environments, and the discovery could lead to cryogenic cancer treatments.

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Social Media Treats: Convore and SoftCity

Looking for conversation, or maybe a bit of software advice? Look to the masses, with this pair of social media sites.

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CyanogenMod 7 Goes Final, Now Does Gingerbread

Attention Android jailbreakers: The latest CyanogenMod custom ROM for Android is here! The newest version brings Gingerbread to this popular hack.

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Google’s CR-48: An Adventure in Brickdom

What happens when you hack a CR-48? Read on to find out.

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Apple Hacks the Hackers: iBooks Stops Working With Greenpois0n Hack

If you were watching the news scene regarding Apple jailbreaking, you probably noticed some consternation from people that ran the latest greenpois0n hack on iOS 4.2.1.

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iOS Owned Again; Greenpois0n Now Jailbreaks Apple TV

Well, it’s already happened again. Greenpois0n has broken iOS 4.2.1 with an untethered jailbreak for AppleTV called RC6.

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Telepresence Robot Orders Pastry; Singularity Must Really Be Near

If you had a personal robot equipped with a camera that you could access via a simple web browser, what would you do with it? If you're this guy, you send it to the local coffee shop to pick up a scone.

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