A U.S. Company Now Owns This (Probably Fake) Cold Fusion Reactor

Cold fusion is a theoretical (and highly doubtful) reaction that makes huge amounts of energy. Last year, the inventor claimed his Energy Catalyzer fusion device could produce electricity at 1% the cost of coal. This week, a North Carolina company bought the rights to the tech. Did they get bamboozled? » 1/25/14 9:00am 1/25/14 9:00am

This Cold Fusion Reactor Costs $1.5 Million, Might Not Actually Work

Cold fusion is the Holy Grail of energy production. The technology could theoretically produce virtually unlimited energy for next to nothing except that nobody's been able actually get the system to work despite decades of worldwide research. However one Italian scientist claims to have finally gotten the cold fusion… » 11/27/13 11:30am 11/27/13 11:30am

Scientist Creates Cold Fusion For the First Time In Decades

Cold fusion, the act of producing a nuclear reaction at room temperature, has long been relegated to science fiction after researchers were unable to recreate the experiment that first "discovered" the phenomenon. But a Japanese scientist was supposedly able to start a cold fusion reaction earlier this week, which—if… » 5/24/08 1:00pm 5/24/08 1:00pm

Further Confirmation On Flash-Based Sub-notebook Has Apple Fanboys…

Following up on the Sub-Macbook rumor, American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu says now that Apple may introduce a new notebook based on Flash NAND chips «in the second half of the year». It's unclear if Apple will also finally introduce the personal teleporter with cold fusion engine in the same time frame, but… » 3/08/07 7:00am 3/08/07 7:00am