Such a display could be the key to the wearable technology that’s sure to be in our future.
LG Electronics begins sales of the Energy Star certified 55EA9800 which, at nearly $15,000, will take you a long time to make the cost back on in energy efficiency.
Now you can compare lifetime energy consumption and cost, in addition to sticker price, for your favorite appliances.
Energy Star-rated televisions already save America over $3 billion in energy, and they’re about to get even better.
LG has confirmed that the curved OLED TVs will launch some time in the second half of this year.
Five green tech upgrades that are perfect for Earth Day…and every day.
For the first time ever, a comprehensive standard is available to help identify environmentally preferable televisions, including HDTVs and Smart TVs.
Didn’t have a chance to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show this year? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all the green gadget highlights.
There will soon be a new television efficiency rating system on the block. Will it make Energy Star obsolete?
Four models of Philips LED 4000-series TVs get the Energy Star program’s new “Most Efficient” designation.
An industry group says consumer electronics account for only around 13 percent of household enrgy use, with TVs making up a third of that total.