Pure, a leading manufacturer of digital radios, announced an agreement with Green Plug today that will make all of its radios compatible with universal smart power adapters.
A large-screen TV may actually be a green household purchase this holiday season, as today’s plasma displays use less than 50% of the power associated with their older, outdated cousins.
Need some green gadget or green electronics shopping ideas for the 2009 holiday season? EarthTechling has you covered with our first annual green tech gift guide.
Would you be more likely to remember to deal with “vampire power” if you had to physically turn the plug left or right when it is in the socket? That’s the idea behind the concept Power Socket Switch.
mPower Technologies has won a coveted award for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show by developing an emergency light whose battery has a shelf life of at least 20 years.
A program launched in California to label at retail televisions which are even more energy efficient than Energy Star recommendations has now spread to the Northwest.
Green gadgets and related green technologies will be getting more dedicated floor space at the upcoming 2010 Consumer Electronics Show as popularity for this category continues to grow.