Japanese auto equipment manufacturer Prostaff recently unveiled for Japanese customers the Millet, an electric scooter which sports Italian design cues and pedal power backup.
Sprint, in trying to both save some money and also get some more eco-credit with the public, is introducing environmentally friendly packaging for its line up of mobile accessories.
The National Audubon Society, in conjunction with an electronic publishing company, is bringing to the iTunes Store field guide apps owners of iPhones can access in the field.
A project from Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute attempts to “crowd-source the commute” by using information about actual commutes in smarter electrical cars.
Horizon Air, a sister and regional airline of Alaska Air, is continuing to push into service this week an entirely greener fleet of regional aircraft which use less fuel and produce fewer emissions.
The Regen Reverb solar paneled speaker is sexy looking, powered by the sun, sports an iPod/iPhone dock and reportedly produces a very rich sound. What more could you want?
The US Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that it has reached a major milestone: a million Energy Star qualified new US homes since 1995.