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Tech & Gadgets
NRDC Federal Transportation Policy Director Deron Lovaas takes a look at the future of automobile, especially as the driving population gets more urbanized.
We review Visible Energy’s UFO, a device that monitors power consumption and provides energy control of each of its four outlets through an app.
An iPhone app called Leafsnap is designed to help you more easily identify trees via simply snapping photos of leaves from the tree in question.
For this solar gadget roundup, we take a look at three devices: a solar powered Bluetooth speaker, solar Bluetooth speakerphone and solar backup battery/charger.
Need some help tracking and trimming your environmental impact? Your Apple iPad or iPhone can help you with that – and here’s 5 apps to help get started.
A new column from the Environmental Defense Fund talks about how smart meters, even when technically malfunctioning, still report back properly.
The Environmental Defense Fund, in our latest column, comes out in support of smart meters as a way to help manage an overtaxed energy grid.
The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is showcasing cutting edge cleantech technologies. Check our photo gallery and summary of events for the latest details.
While many renewable energy technologies generate electricity via movement of the elements, a new class of devices are wholly human-powered.
The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show is now in the history books. Take a look back with us as we highlight interesting green tech coming your way this year.
The USB EcoStrip 2.0 is an interesting power strip which works to help you conserve energy in a simple way. We interview EcoStrip’s CEO for the details.
A new pilot program through the Bonneville Power Administration will use smart grid tech to fire up residential water heaters when the wind blows.
MIT’s Senseable City Lab has developed Seaswarm, a fleet of autonomous robots capable of working together to clean on site oil spills in bodies of water.