We choose our top five choices for green technology from the horde of new products unveiled at CES 2012, but wish there were much more to highlight.
Allure Energy has unveiled at CES 2012 a smart home energy management system that has as its main device a sharp looking thermostat control.
House of Marley unveils at CES 2012 a slew of new portable audio electronics that it considers green because of use of more environmentally friendly materials.
Goal Zero, which emphasized affordability last year with the $139.95 Guide 10 Adventure Kit portable solar power system – our reviewer said it was…
Daymak takes the wireless-everything Shadow Ebike and gives you the power to turn it on, control the pedal assist and more via your Android device.
Kia heads to Vegas – not Detroit – to show the Ray EV that begins production in Korea this year, and an electric concept car called Naimo.
Wireless Glue Networks, at CES 2012, is showcasing a new home energy display it calls SmartLook, that works with smart meters to give you real time energy data.
At CES, Switch shows off the 75-watt equivalent version of its line of LED bulbs that’s drawing raves from design fiends and energy geeks alike.
Monster Power rolls into CES 2012 with a slew of power conditioning, protection and management products.
Panasonic unveils at CES 2012 the DMP-BDT320, an energy savings Blu-ray player that has a movement sensor that powers up the player only when someone is near.