Apple responds to criticism of it’s decision to drop all 39 computers from the EPEAT registry.
Apple has withdrawn all of its products from the EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) registry. Will this keep you from buying them?
A viral video gives a look inside a huge Chinese iPhone manufacturing plant, showing just how Foxconn keeps up with global demand for the Apple device.
Apple says two large solar farms and biogas-powered fuel cells will keep its Maiden, N.C, data center humming.
Greenpeace activists worldwide conclude protests designed to pressure Apple into cleaning up the carbon footprint of the iCloud with renewables.
Green Tech Weekly this week reports on, among other topics, Apple going solar in a big way, a really big battery, Tesla’s brick issue and Rinspeed’s bolt-on range extender.
Over the years, we’ve seen lots of different computer recycling ideas, but none have the undeniable cute factor of these upcycled Apple computer pet beds.
AppleInsider uncovers a couple of Apple patent applications in which the company outlines designs for fuel cell systems to power portable devices.
The latest plans for Apple’s new campus submitted to the Cupertino City Council feature a solar roof designed to help the building cover its own energy needs.
The great tech visionary Steve Jobs has died. In looking at his legacy to his company and the industry, we consider his impact on the greening of technology.