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Qatar: Rich and Dangerous?

How does a wealthy midget with two potentially dangerous neighbors keep them from making an unwelcomed visit? You have someone bigger & tougher to protect you.

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BMW i3 Concept Comes With a Built-In Bike

Concept BMW i5 car comes with its own built-in bike for those places four wheels cannot reach.

In this aerial photo taken from the Asahi Shimbun helicopter, cranes stand around the damaged reactors, Unit 4, left, and Unit 3, at the tsunami-stricken Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan. (AP Photo/Tom Curley)

Fukushima: Local Children Unwitting (and Unwilling) Radioactive Guinea Pigs

Fukushima children may now be an involuntary irradiated test Fukushima group monitored since March 2011 displaying disturbing health abnormalities.

In this file photo, worker fixes a solar panel at a factory in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province. (AP)

Don’t Give Up Yet: US Solar Companies can Compete with China with a Bit of Innovation

Can US green tech companies compete with China’s booming solar power industry?

An anti-nuclear protester waits to begin a march through downtown Tokyo Monday, July 16, 2012. Tens of thousands of people gathered at a Tokyo park, demanding “Sayonara," or goodbye, to nuclear power as Japan prepares to restart yet another reactor, and expressed outrage over a report that blamed culture on the Fukushima disaster. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)

Crowds Rally in Tokyo to End Nuclear Power

Thousands have rallied at a Tokyo park to demand that Japan abandon nuclear power as the country prepares to restart another reactor shut down.

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Telecommunications Industry Going Green

The worldwide telecommunications industry is going green. This is the trend today, even amid the immense growth of mobile connections and data traffic.

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Nissan DeltaWing Prototype to Debut at 24 Hours of Le Mans

Nissan’s DeltaWing racer promises efficiency and performance throughaerodynamics and weight reduction. Will the radical design make it to our streets, though?

In this file photo, the new all-electric 2013 Honda Fit EV is seen during its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, in Los Angeles. Honda said Wednesday, June 6, 2012, that the 2013 Fit EV has received the highest fuel efficiency rating ever from the Environmental Protection Agency. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)

Honda Electric Car Gets 50 Km per Liter, But Costs Add Up

At 50 Km/L, the Honda Fit electric vehicle is the most fuel-efficient in the US. But getting that mileage isn’t cheap, and not always good for the environment.

Senator Ralph Recto tries driving an electric jeepney at the launch of the Philippines' first e-jeepney franchise in Makati City. The metro's power distribution utility Meralco is planning to develop electric vehicles and improve the region's underlying infrastructure in order to support electric vehicles like this one. (Photo via Dateline.PH)

Meralco to Develop Electric Vehicles

Power-distribution utility Meralco is planning to develop electric vehicles, in line with the Philippine government’s thrust to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

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GBR Expo Asia 2012 to Highlight Green Building Technology in Thailand

The GBR Expo 2012 in Thailand will highlight green building technologies, and will bring together experts and service providers from around the world.

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