by Chemmyone on Feb.28, 2010, under 7d, Ads, age, Ai, Analysts, AR, Art, Blockquote, Bloom, bloom box, bloom energy, BloomBox, ceramic, Cia, clear, Community, dash, dev, Display, Ds, Ea, Emi, energy, Eu, Fuel, Fuel Cell, Fuel Cells, FuelCells, Ge, Giz Explains, Gizmo, Green, Hd, Home Automation, Ion, Isp, itc, Led, Lock, Make, Men, Mic, Mod, News, One, Os, oss, photo, power, Pr, pre, price, Pro, Ram, Raw, Rc, Real, Rf, Rim, Sim, star, start-up, Style, Technology, TI, time, Top, Ui, Up, Via, Wood
Well, that didn’t take long. Already analysts are crawling out of the woodwork to put the seemingly miraculous Bloom Box fuel cell in its place as yet another energy saving technology that won’t perform as advertised. This week it was IDC Energy Insights analyst Sam Jaffe, who said that while the fuel cell developed by Bloom Energy CEO K.R Sridhar and his team was definitely “not bogus,” it just doesn’t differentiate itself well enough from already available fuel cell technologies—especially as it pertains to price. And the device’s supposedly unique “fuel-switching” ability
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Naysayers Begin to Poo-Poo On Bloom Box’s Lofty Claims [Bloom Box]
by Chemmyone on Feb.22, 2010, under Ads, Ai, app, apple, Art, Ati, Bes, Blockquote, Bloom, BloomBox, book, Brain, building, Buzz, car, CBS, clear, dash, data, datacenter, Display, down, Ds, E-Ink, e1, Ebook, ebook readers, energy, engadget, Eu, Face, facebook, fire, Free, Fuel, FuelCells, Gadget, Ge, Gizmodo remainders, Google, Green, Gun, Hardware, Hd, Home Automation, How To, Idatacenter, intel, Ion, ipad, Isp, Led, Love, Mac, magnet, Make, marketing, Mic, mid, mind, Mit, Ms, naps, News, nickelback, Opera, operation, Os, oss, Ouch, Paint, power, power plant, Pr, pre, Pro, ps, Push, Ram, Rc, Reader, Readers, Real, Red, Remainders, Research, Revolution, Rf, S1, sage, Samsung, Samsunge101, screen, search, Slate, Sound, sounds, Stand, star, steve, store, Study, Style, Sun, ted, Texts, TI, time, Top, Touch, train, Tron, Ui, Up, Via, Video, wait, Waiting, War, Watch, what, white
In today’s Remainders: video! And in many cases, things caught on video for the first time, like Samsung’s E6 and E101 ebook readers, Apple’s $1 billion data center, Big Bloom’s “miraculous” fuel cell, and a modern day Superman. Stylish Stylus We got a look at Samsung’s ebook readers—the E6 and the E101—back at CES, but now you can check them out on video.