Arlington, Va., April 7, 2014 – April is Earth Month and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® wants to share some tips with consumers on…
When combined with suitable nanofillers, the biodegradable polymer can act as an electricity conductor, the company says.
A new industry report shows slow but significant progress in increasing the eco-friendliness of consumer electronics.
For the first time ever, a comprehensive standard is available to help identify environmentally preferable televisions, including HDTVs and Smart TVs.
After great success with instant recycling of mobile phones and MP3 players, ecoATM is adding tablets to the list.
It seems that the more Apple peers into its own black bag, the more shocking the results.
A simple and inexpensive conductive plastic composite could one day allow people to print out custom-designed personal electronics.
Self-healing skin-like material could be the first step toward much smarter electronics and prostheses.
Notebooks from five major manufacturers, including Apple, have been cleared to remain in EPEAT’s green electronics registry.
ecoATM combines two things every human loves: convenience and instant gratification.
Experts say all those “obsolete” iPhone 4’s will be a windfall for electronics recycling companies. But is a sudden mountain of e-waste the kind of boost we really want?