Scientists at Stanford University have come up with a system to help blind people see again using retinal implants that operate like tiny solar cells.
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The mastermind behind the novel Energy Tower, Dan Zaslavsky, says the technology uses a principle that’s been known for hundreds of years.
Californians with two more major utilities as their power providers now have the option to opt out of smart meters if they so choose as the CPUC rules analog meters must be allowed as a choice.
If they became a regular fixture in densely populated cities, agate lamps could have a massive impact on air pollution in urban areas where trees are scarce.
The Monster AV775G Green PowerCenter attempts to make fighting vampire power drain on your AV hardware as easy as flipping a switch. We check that out in this review.
The Green Grid points to eBay’s new Phoenix data center as a way companies can consolidate and operate using less energy.
The Thinksound MS01 Monitor Series headphones may be eco friendly and all, but do they sound good enough to shell out a C-note? We check them out to find the answer.
We review the Changers solar gear and associated social network site, wondering if the act of sharing your clean energy habits with others will motivate you to do more.
Nokia wanted to see how viable a mobile phone with a solar panel integrated into it could be, and found out the answers is, not very.
Solar gadgets come in all shapes and sizes. This shopping guide from Sierra Club Green Home offers some unique suggestions for solar powered gizmos.
Beijing upgrades its smart grid development plans to a strategic national priority, challenging the United States in yet another area of global clean tech innovation.
The recent Wendy Schmidt Oil Cleanup X Challenge, and the response to it, shows what American ingenuity can do when it comes to environmental innovation.
The Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard for Mac looks to use solar energy to deliver a happy wireless Mac typing experience. We find out how well it does.
Tecca goes digging through the market bins of app stores to find five useful smartphone apps for those who love neighborhood farmers markets and co-ops that sell hormone-free dairy, meat, and poultry.