A new product by Zerofootprint promises to turn an existing duplex home electricity outlet into “a communication node on a building energy network,” allowing consumers to track and control their consumption.
A new camper-trailer concept seeks to provide short-distance travelers with a “portable habitat close to nature, as convenient and comfortable as a hotel.”
GoodGuide, a growing online database of health and ethical information on consumer products, now sports an iPhone app which lets you scan a products’ barcode to quickly get said data.
Need a use for that lonely, low power producing telephone jack now that you use a wireless phone? How about an energy efficient, LED lamp which sports a phone cable for powering?
A limited production, all electric sport bike being developed by British company Mavizen will let one configure it via a USB-based system and a built in web server running open source Linux.
Greendisk offers a near-comprehensive list of electronics recycling options available anywhere in the US through their pre-paid, ship back to them stuffed with used gear Technotrash Cans.
Dell has, as part of its line up of more eco-friendly tech, half-a-dozen new inkjet printers which offer green functions at the touch of a button and are more energy efficient.