Whether it’s shooting rockets into space, or building a $70,000 electric luxury car, Elon Musk has never shied away...
Feb 26 2014, 9:56pm CST
Source: The Business Insider
Nikkei.com is reporting Tesla has signed a deal with Panasonic to have the industrial giant supply the electric automaker with the machinery to stock its first Gigafactory. The deal is worth approximately $200 million. A Tesla representative declined to comment. Tesla was up more than 2% Monday. Tesla is hoping to begin construction on its first Gigafactory later this year. The company wants to double the world's supply of lithium ion batteries by 2020. Cli ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
8 hours ago, 1:43pm CDT
Sony lowers annual forecast to a loss, talking to sell Vaio PC business, split TV operations TOKYO (AP) — Sony is in...
Feb 6 2014, 4:46am CST
The series was first introduced with Eluga DL1 and the Eluga Power in ...
Full article at: NDTV
18 hours ago, 3:37am CDT
Source: bidness etc
The announcement of Tesla’s (TSLA) $5 billion battery plant, the Gigafactory, left Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona fighting to become the host. The gigantic project is expected to create 6,500 jobs, and rack up $5 billion in infrastructure investment, which is a strong incentive for the states’ governments to make an offer worth Tesla’s while.
Why the Gigafactory?
With an all-new crossover Model X due next year, and a mass market Model E due in 2017, and increasing global demand for Tes ...
Full article at: bidness etc
Jul 10 2014, 6:54am CDT
After following the planned move into the huge smart phone arena, the Mozilla Inc. has teamed up with another tech giant, Panasonic to bring up the Firefox OS to the next-generation smart TVs in the market.
Jan 21 2014, 6:28am CST
There will be much weeping and gnashing of teeth among the TV snob fraternity. No matter how pretty the new HDTVs are, there is nothing quite like plasma but it looks like it's coming to the end of an era for the tech as Samsung has just announced it will stop producing plasma displays.
Not too long ago Panasonic also gave up on plasma and soon the only ones available will be the ones still lying around in warehouses or stores.
The death knell for plasma displays is sou ...
Full article at: Stuff.tv
Jul 1 2014, 11:44pm CDT
Following in the footsteps of Panasonic, Samsung says it will end production of plasma display panels by November of thi ...
Full article at: CNet
Jul 1 2014, 2:31pm CDT
CES 2014 in Las Vegas Highlights: iPhone 5 Dock DECT KX-PRL262 from Panasonic Corporation of North America
Jan 15 2014, 12:28pm CST