Granola software does the equivalent of dimming the lights in your PC to save energy.
MiserWare, which developed Granola, will be one of the roughly 80 startup exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. After operating quietly since its founding in 2007, the Virginia Tech spin-out is expected to show off its upcoming energy-saving products.
MiserWare's software works in the background on PCs and servers to ratchet down power without affecting the performance, according to CEO and co-founder Kirk Cameron. There's a free consumer version for Windows and Linux that cuts energy by about 35 percent, along … Read more