As part of an overall push to significantly reduce the environmental impact of its packaging materials, Dell announced that it will now be shipping select netbooks with bamboo product cushions.
A new concept from two Lithuania-based designers utilizes kinetic energy collected from a pair of pants to power MP3 players while exercising.
Macally, a well known manufacturer of computer accessories, recently began selling a couple of laptop cooling stands which are made from sustainable bamboo.
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.