Woodchuck crafts protective covers for smartphones, tablets, headphones from recycled wood and plastic–and they’re doing it right here in America
The Green Electronics Council will partner with UL Environment to bring a mobile-device category to the EPEAT registry.
This energy-harvesting technology is built into a removable insole rather than the shoe itself.
Meet the light, super-efficient screen that could make your smartphone invincible.
Could layers of transparent solar cells allow mobile devices to gather ambient energy throughout the day?
A mobile app makes it easy for field auditors to evaluate home energy use and help homeowners visualize potential savings.
Vodaphone’s “Nearly New” program repurposes used cell phones while helping to close the smartphone divide.
Do you live in fear of the phone-killing spill? Liquipel’s hydrophobic nanocoating might be the answer.
Some say that manufacturers should be doing more to encourage customers to recycle their products. Sprint seems to have taken that advice to heart.
A high-end novelty mobile charger from London company Dunhill uses solar panels and claims to be able to provide 30 hours of power for gadgets.