Apple’s latest effort will allow customers to bring an old iPhone into an Apple Store and receive immediate store credit.
With one of the best buyback programs in the business, Sprint is doing its part to reduce e-waste.
3 big companies join the Better Buildings Challenge, a national program launched to make America’s commercial and industrial buildings at least 20 percent more efficient by 2020.
Some say that manufacturers should be doing more to encourage customers to recycle their products. Sprint seems to have taken that advice to heart.
Sprint’s newest LG smartphone makes an impressive effort to limit energy consumption and toxic materials—and its not too hard on the eyes.
Sprint is now offering the Samsung Replenish, a smart phone made from recycled materials that has green apps and the option of a solar charger add-on.
The Samsung Restore, on sale by Sprint, is one of the few dedicated attempts to make mobile phones greener. Does it do this well? Read the review to find out.
Sprint and Samsung have debuted the Restore, an eco-friendly mobile phone made partially from recycled plastic that is itself mostly recyclable and energy efficient.
A company called eRecyclingCorps is working with U.S. mobile phone service providers to provide recycling and buyback options in carrier stores with the aim of significantly reducing cell phone e-waste.
Newspaper and magazine readers seeking a digital ebook reader with a nice screen size take note – the upcoming wireless Skiff Reader, with its 11.5-inch epaper display, is set to fulfill your need.
Sprint, in trying to both save some money and also get some more eco-credit with the public, is introducing environmentally friendly packaging for its line up of mobile accessories.