Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Industry" (25)  

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#Beijing #Automotive #Industry #Holding #Co #Ltd (#BAIC) podczas #EVS25 (25th World Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium) w chińskim #Shenzhen zaprezentował #samochód #elektryczny z #wymiennymi #akumulatorami.
#Samochód #elektryczny o nazwie „#C71 #EV” ma pojawić się w ofercie już w 2011 r. w #Chinach w cenie około 45000$. Według #BAIC #akumulatory #samochodu mogą być całkowicie wymienione w ciągu zaledwie 5 minut.
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The car business has been notoriously slow at embracing aspects of the Internet since the beginning. Social media is no exception. In 2010, more in the industry from manufacturers down to dealers will learn to engage in social media or be left behind.

Link: www.fastcompany.com/(…)why-going-social-can-make-or…

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After installing a record 8,600 MW of wind energy capacity in 2008, 2009 will look like a letdown in comparison. Most of the projects that did go online this year were started under a different economic climate, where credit was plentiful. These are some of the factors shaping the wind industry in 2009.

Link: www.triplepundit.com/(…)4-factors-shaping-the-wind-…

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With all the talk about the Gaza siege, Hamas has no problem turning Gaza into a weapon factory. Here is a rare coverage by Al Jazeera of Hamas' weapon industry in Gaza.

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The lottery is the oldest and one of the most mainstream forms of legalized gambling today. Powerball lottery tickets are now sold in 31 states and 12 states participate in MegaMillions. So, what are your chances of winning big in the lottery? It turns out, not as slim as you may have thought.

Link: www.businesspundit.com/against-the-odds-examinin…

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Mountain lions, grizzly bears, and cutthroat trout are among the Rocky Mountain animals snapped during a recent photography expedition to the Flathead region, which conservationists say is threatened by mining, logging, and drilling.

Link: news.nationalgeographic.com/(…)index.html…

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Japanese TV manufacturers desperately need markets like Latin America to save them from their withering customer base at home. Demographics are working against Japan; the country has too many old people and too few babies, and skittish workers are afraid to spend money freely in a downturn.

Link: www.globalpost.com/(…)consumer-electronics-industry…

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Congress is making the final changes to a defense spending package, and it’s a doozy: The $626 billion bill includes money for several big-ticket weapons programs that the Obama administration sought to cancel.

Link: www.wired.com/(…)execs-hold-their-own-defense-indus…

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Between $50 million and $60 billion may be owed to musicians and artists in Canada, but not from your run-of-the-mill file sharers. The Canadian recording industry itself is being accused of massive copyright infringement, and the list of miffed artists just keeps getting longer.  Go Canada!

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)artists-lawsuit-major-record-lab…

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Scientists in the Netherlands have created pig in a test tube. Debate has already started on whether it will save the world. If it feels and tastes like meat, people will buy it."  Professor Mark Post and his colleagues predict that within five years, sausages and other pig products made from laboratory meat could be on the market.

Link: www.sphere.com/(…)scientists-create-lab-grown-pork-…

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NetFlix could be the future of home entertainment, but it has limitations. As such, the masses are divided. Read the debate and pick a side.

Link: www.ngonlinenews.com/(…)netflix-streaming-movies-on…

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The global downturn has left the car industry facing an unprecedented   challange. Graham Ruddick looks at the five men who will shape the   industry's future.

Link: www.telegraph.co.uk/(…)The-five-people-who-really-m…

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In a piece today in The Times, Sony boss Michael Lynton yet again champions 3 strikes for alleged pirates and states that combating piracy could add millions to the economy. He also says that due to piracy, in 2008 Hollywood made the lowest number of movies in the last decade. So where did all its record profits go?

Link: torrentfreak.com/sony-ceo-pleads-poverty-but-the…

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The bill will initially grant free emissions permits and provide subsidies to some companies to ease the transition to a lower-carbon economy.

Link: www.nytimes.com/2009/10/25/us/politics/25climate.html

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More than a 85,000 apps -- many of them games for a buck. Why that should have some publishers scared.

Link: wireless.ign.com/articles/103/1036166p1.html

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Amid the health care overhaul debate, one big question has been where to come up with about $1 trillion in funding to change the system. One idea that has been suggested is a junk food tax — and, in particular, a tax on soda.

Link: www.npr.org/(…)story.php…

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The White House is tempering its reaction to the new health insurance industry report we've been writing about today since the administration questions its legitimacy. "Given how they behaved in the past, it's very likely they could be up to their old tricks," the official told TPMDC.

Link: tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/(…)ahip-gave-white-hous…

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As La Plata County in SW Colorado looks to shift to cleaner sources of energy, solar is becoming the power source of choice even though it still produces only a small fraction of the region's electricity. It's being nudged along by tax credits and rebates, a growing concern about the gases heating up the planet, and the region's plentiful...

Link: green.yahoo.com/(…)us_energy_winners_losers.html…

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