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CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

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Google Car Initiative to go ahead via Android

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Recycling

Electronic Waste Recycled into Cool Little Stools for Geeks

Electronic Waste Recycled into Cool Little Stools for Geeks Hard on the but and easy on the eyes

Jan 30 2012, 1:30pm CST

Samsung Offers $20, 40,000-Hour Lightbulb

Samsung Offers $20, 40,000-Hour Lightbulb Would you buy one?

Nov 22 2011, 3:19pm CST

The Good Fight: Killing E-Waste

The Good Fight: Killing E-Waste Safe e-waste disposal will make you feel better about your rampant consumerism.

Sep 25 2010, 12:00am CDT

Would You Buy A $50 Light Bulb That Lasts 17 Years?

Would You Buy A $50 Light Bulb That Lasts 17 Years? GE has just introduced an LED light bulb that offers the most power efficiency and longest lifespan of any commercially-available bulb. But are consumers willing to spend $50 to replace something that they're currently...

Apr 9 2010, 10:39am CDT

Greenpeace Turns Their Tissue Guide Into an iPhone and Android App.

Greenpeace Turns Their Tissue Guide Into an iPhone and Android App. Smartphone-loving hippies and eco-warriors have a useful new tool for green living. The Recycled Tissue and Toilet Paper Guide, which is very popular among environmentally concerned shoppers, has just been turned into...

May 11 2009, 2:00pm CDT

Best Buy Recycling Now Nationwide Best Buy has rolled its recycling program to all of its stores around the country. We first talked about the coming recycling program back in January. The plan is now official and can be used at your local Best Buy...

Feb 18 2009, 6:41am CST

Best Buy Launches Recycling Program Nationwide Retail electronics giant Best Buy has announced that it will be launching its electronics recycling program nationwide starting on February 15 in all of its US retail stores. The retail giant says that it will expand...

Jan 26 2009, 6:43am CST

CES 2009: Motorola W233 Renew Phone is made from recycled water Bottles

CES 2009: Motorola W233 Renew Phone is made from recycled water Bottles Motorola unveils at the CES 2009 the W233 Renew mobile phone which is the world’s first mobile phone made using plastics comprised of recycled water bottles. Not only is the plastic housing of Renew made from plastics...

Jan 6 2009, 7:47am CST

CES 2015 News
Electronics Recycler Unveils Massive Shredder

Electronics Recycler Unveils Massive Shredder I have often wondered how exactly companies that recycle used electronics actually go about the business. I thought that perhaps they had employees that sat around dismantling the old gear and tossing components into...

Dec 18 2008, 7:55am CST

Sony Style Announces Green Glove Service

Sony Style Announces Green Glove Service Sony's online store has announced a new delivery and installation service called Green Glove service. The program is designed to reduce the amount of e-waste that makes it to landfills in the US. Green Glove offers...

Nov 17 2008, 9:00am CST

Dell and Staples Launch Electronics Recycling Program for Dell Customers Dell and Staples have announced a new electronics recycling program specifically for Dell customers. The program will extend free recycling to 1,500 Staples retail stores across the country. It will be free to recycle...

Nov 13 2008, 9:12am CST

Panasonic Unveils National Electronics Recycling Program Panasonic Corporation of North America has announced a new nationwide electronics recycling program to provide customers with an easy and convenient way to recycle their electronics devices. All products recycled with...

Oct 31 2008, 9:00am CDT

USPS Offers Free Electronics Recycling Through the Mail

USPS Offers Free Electronics Recycling Through the Mail The USPS announced that it will be offering free electronics recycling via a mail in service. The program has been launched in 1,500 post offices across the country as a pilot program to try and get consumers to recycle...

Mar 19 2008, 7:24am CDT

Details Launches Eco Friendly Keyboard Tray

Details Launches Eco Friendly Keyboard Tray Details announced a new keyboard tray today that is the first product to receive Cradle-to-Cradle certification from McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry. This means that each component of the keyboard tray from the...

Nov 27 2007, 10:55am CST

The Ultimate Medival Wastebasket

The Ultimate Medival Wastebasket Trashcans are usually boring devices that don’t add interest or style to the room they are in. If you want something a bit more interesting than a plastic can to throw your old coke cans and Doritos bags into this is...

Apr 2 2007, 5:00pm CDT

Self Opening Trashcan is Hella Expensive

Self Opening Trashcan is Hella Expensive I normally eschew trashcans in favor of leaving my trash lying around my office. If you are more the neat freak type that actually wants to use a trashcan, but have enough Howard Hughes in you to not want to touch the...

Feb 6 2007, 1:13pm CST

British Airways Gets The Elderly Connected

British Airways Gets The Elderly Connected British Airways has collaborated with Age Concern in London and Slough, a not-for-profit computer recycling company. They will donate refurbished computers it will no longer need to Age Concern Slough to support older...

Feb 3 2007, 6:00am CST

Bomb Proof Trash Can

Bomb Proof Trash Can Swiss company Brüco AG offers a trash can for puplic places with a special bomb proof design to protect pedestrians. In a time of terror fear cities have actually removed trash cans from public places to avoid bombs...

Sep 2 2006, 10:00am CDT

California's 'Electronic Waste' Recycling Initiative

California's 'Electronic Waste' Recycling Initiative Goodwill Industries of San Joaquin Valley announced Wednesday that they are teaming with California-based Electronic Recyclers to help with the growing problem of "electronic waste." The initiative, authorized by the...

May 25 2006, 11:00am CDT