See and reduce energy waste through Valta’s smart outlet/app combo.
The good news about energy vampires is you don’t need a wooden stake or shirtless werewolf to vanquish them.
Instead of just tracking overall consumption, the app allows users to input their actual utility rates and pinpoint the appliances that are costing them the most money.
By allowing for more flexible socket use, the Biceptacle electrical wall outlet could help you switch off vampire power.
Monster Power rolls into CES 2012 with a slew of power conditioning, protection and management products.
A new line up of new chargers for mobile devices automatically detects when an attached phone is charged up and then powers themselves down to save energy.
Congressman Michael Honda has re-introduced legislation that could expand the appliance-focused Energy Star label to include electronic gadgets.
A new design concept from student Yigitcan Sükrü Akkas looks to solve the issue of so-called vampire power, where devices draw electricity when not in use.
A new power strip design from a Japanese tech company allows power usage monitoring and control via the Internet.
California based iWatt has developed technology that could put an end to wasted power that portable device chargers are responsible for when left plugged in.
ZuniDigital is one of a handful of companies who have taken the simple power strip and made it into something much more. We find out exactly what.