Seagate's new Barracuda 3.5-inch hard drives reach new levels of eco-friendliness, while Hitachi's Deskstar HDDs reach 3TB...and it's all accessible even to Windows XP.
We unplug the Chevy Volt, one of the first mainstream all-electric cars in America, and get rolling toward a future without gasoline.
Green home automation, 3D projectors and iPad remote apps all took center stage at this year’s annual CEDIA custom electronics trade show.
Todd Peres details the workings of electric bicycles, which help commuters get around town on two wheels without breaking a sweat.
Just in time for Earth Day, Lenovo has announced a new series of ThinkPad laptops. Made with a percentage of recycled material, the L Series will be the greenest laptops on the market.
Greenpeace’s invective new report on the pollution potential of cloud computing misses its overwhelmingly capacity for green.
From deodorizing light bulbs to window shades that power your home, we recognize the most overlooked, disregarded and underrated tech innovations of 2010.
Clean up your act with these convenient and inexpensive Earth-friendly gadgets arriving in 2010.
Will personal urban vehicles, high-speed rail and hydrogen fuel cells kill the gasoline car and redefine the cities within our lifetime?
The Dynario charger uses a dose of simple wood alcohol to generate portable electricity for charging cell phones, MP3 players and other gadgets.