Monthly Archives: May 2013

Moore, OK Tornado: Lightning in the Storm

A massive F5 tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, yesterday, leveling entire neighborhoods and left a path of destruction in its wake. Tornadoes are both fascinating and fearsome. While we know much about tornadoes from decades of research by top scientists, … Continue reading

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Carbon Dioxide Level Climbs to New Milestone

On May 9, the daily mean concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere of Mauna Loa, Hawaii, surpassed 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time since measurements began in 1958. Mauna Loa is the oldest continuous carbon … Continue reading

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Earth Networks at Clinton Global Initiative

Representatives from Earth Networks, the parent company of WeatherBug, are in New York City taking part in the Clinton Global Initiative Mid-Year Meeting. This year’s theme, Mobilizing for Impact, addresses the world’s most complex challenges by building cooperative solutions, driven … Continue reading

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WeatherBug for Android Launches

With severe weather season right around the corner, we’re excited to be introducing our completely redesigned WeatherBug app for Android phones. WeatherBug 3.0 for Android includes a host of new features. In addition to the most up-to-the-minute forecasts and the … Continue reading

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Earth Networks CEO Honored

Earth Networks – WeatherBug CEO Bob Marshall was one of a select group of individuals honored at today’s International Business Leadership Awards in Baltimore, Maryland. The awards, now in its 17th year, intend to “define and celebrate vision, international success, and … Continue reading

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WeatherBug Debuts on Google Chrome’s New Platform

We’re excited to announce that WeatherBug is the first weather app debuting on the new Google Chrome packaged app platform. Starting today, you can be the first to experience WeatherBug on the Developer Channel (v.28 of the Chrome browser). If … Continue reading

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