Stay ahead of the hottest green gadget and electronics trends on the grid.
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.
This half-home, half-machine Hong Kong apartment paints the picture of a sustainable future when buildings transform for their owners, saving resources and money.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 31-Feb. 6.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 24-30
They both have had to follow the toughest act in town -- Inflated Expectations. How did they do?
People Power unveils Unplug app for Earth Day and Power Tutor coaches you on energy-efficient smart phone etiquette.
3 new patents filed by Apple indicate the company is getting into the clean energy business.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 17-23.
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.
See the best photos from the week of Jan. 10-16.
LPD is the new OMG in energy-efficient TV technology, using as much energy as a single light bulb.
Retailers work to improve light bulbs by 2012.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.