Didn’t have a chance to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show this year? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all the green gadget highlights.
The new WeMo switch will also feature compatibility for Android devices, making it desirable to non-iPhone families.
Tablets of the future may feature a flexible e-paper touchscreen with an efficient operating system that allows apps to interact with each other.
Tired of choosing between high-tech and eco-friendly? Impecca’s new bamboo keyboard offers both.
The YoGen, unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show last week, is a handheld portable charger which uses repeated cord pulls to generate energy through a built-in alternator.
From the depths of the CES show floor comes word about a little portable USB charger RCA is showcasing which uses nearby WiFi signals as a power source for its internal battery.
Embertec showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show some new digital micro processor technology it says is the first fully automated power saving solution to address vampire power.
Greenpeace finishes up its Consumer Electronics Show stay by noting HP as having the best green presence and Samsung, despite some eco-product announcements, as being the worst.
Computer manufacturer Asus turns to bamboo as a design material for its new line up of U Series Bamboo Collection laptops, thinking perhaps pandas know how to type.
Samsung showed off at CES this week what it feels is one of the most eco-friendly LED monitors on the market – the 23-inch Samsung SyncMaster PX2370.
Viewsonic has a couple of new eco-friendly computer monitors it is offering up starting in April which have the usual semi-lacking harmful chemicals and energy efficient features.