The OneCoffee Cup uses 40 percent less plastic than the K-Cup, and according to the creators, is almost entirely biodegradable.
This solar tent make it a lot easier to keep your devices running in the wild–which could be a good or bad thing, depending on how you look at it.
A thousand times thinner than a piece of paper, researchers say the low-cost of this battery could make it an important option for energy storage.
There are no panels to attach, no batteries needed for power storage. Just a 3 second pull of the cord to create free, bright light for 10 times as long.
Just a click of the mouse can help provide a solar lantern to a family in need.
Set conditional rules for just about anything in your home with the touch of a button.
Woodchuck crafts protective covers for smartphones, tablets, headphones from recycled wood and plastic–and they’re doing it right here in America