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.
Apple unveils its new iPhone 4S which, while not the iPhone 5 everyone hoped for, still is noted for some interesting technological features and green aspects.
Wonder what you need to do to properly recycle your favorite Apple product to get a shiny Apple gift card for that new iPad 2? Here’s some suggestions.
Apple rolls out enhancements to its reuse and recycling program designed to help customers dispose of electronics in a convenient and responsible manner.
Apple has updated its uber thin MacBook Air, keeping it pretty eco friendly while also adding Thunderbolt technology and next gen processors.
Apple’s eco-friendly Thunderbolt Display enables compatible Mac notebooks to make use of just one cable to connect the display and multiple other devices.
Apple releases an updated Mac mini, enabling it with Mac OS X Lion and designing it to be very energy efficient and eco friendly.