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A new U.S. law requires companies to certify whether their products contain minerals from rebel-controlled mines in Congo and surrounding countries.
The answer, it turns out, is simple: BP didn't want workers to be disturbed by "false alarms."
Eco-photos of the week: July 18-24.
Chanie Kirschner remembers a time long ago when no one had a cell phone.
The app, which is available for free, eliminates the need to scan through streams of Facebook updates and Twitter messages.
Increasingly efficient computers belie the truth that our virtual world is using more and more electricity.
The 'nucleus' of GE's Brillion smart grid technology allows your home to talk to you via web and mobile applications.
New hi-tech Environ thermostat allows you to remotely monitor and control your home energy use.
GE's new hybrid water heater, the GeoSpring, is almost free with city and federal rebates and will save the average homeowner $186 per year.
Antenna glitch not 'a giant problem we need to fix,' CEO Jobs says.
Eco-photos of the week: July 11-17
GE Ecomagination contest hopes to solicit the smartest solutions for a much-needed quantum leap in electrical grid technology.
Discovery Communications said Amazon should be forced to pay royalties.
A user types in two options and a cartoon octopus chooses between them.
Many consumer complaints involve a wraparound antenna whose signal strength is said to be affected if touched in a certain way.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.