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PC users who have hooked up this USB-powered charger may have a Trojan performing covert actions on their computers.
What product took top honors at the green geek's conference? Matt Hickman reports.
SENSEable City Lab develops self-organizing microhelicopters.
New flexible glowing sheets are inexpensive, easy to recycle, and could someday replace lightbulbs and OLED technology.
Geeks of the world, unite. One of the coolest gadget conventions is coming up, and you get to vote for the best new device.
Apple and Google are at war — and the environmental consequences could be devastating, says Nature Conservancy green tech blogger Dave Connell.
Video: An engineer controls all of his appliances by remote and tracks their energy use.
There are frivolous lawsuits and then there are seemingly reasonable -- but still frivolous -- lawsuits. A Santa Fe man has filed a $500,00+ lawsuit against a neighbor over radio waves from her iPhone and wireless network.
Retailers work to improve light bulbs by 2012.
Chinese designer's Nokia cell phone concept runs on the carbohydrates in popular soda.
Natural vibrations from the environment could be harnessed as a clean source of energy to power electronic devices, say scientists.
A solid green playlist might include Marvin Gaye, Green Day, Gorillaz, R.E.M. and Radiohead.
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