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110 patents later, MTI Micro produces a small consumer fuel cell that will run for 5500 hours.
Innergie announces team-up with GreenPlug, saving electricity by making devices 'talk' to the plug.
Is it more energy efficient to replace your old analog TV set, or to outfit it with an analog-digital converter?
Luxim's plasma light bulb is the size of a pill but shines 10x brighter than a regular bulb.
Italian-designed Ovetto recyling bin solves 3 problems in home recycling.
Screen printed plastic nano-capacitors could spell the end of the battery as we know it.
New thin film nanotechnology can electrify just about any surface, including your glasses.
California's "Not in my Can!" can-paign features our favorite grouchy, green puppet warning about the hazards of mercury.
Philips wows the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show with its energy saving light sensor.
Appliances -- also known as energy vampires -- keep drawing power even when they're off.
The plasma TV is fast replacing the fridge as the biggest home energy hog, but help is on the way.
Hi-tech radio manufacturer Eton teams up with Red Cross for emergency preparedness.
Some high-def sets are huge electricity hogs and can use as much as 500 kilowatt hours a year.
Some high-definition sets are huge electricity hogs and can use as much as 500 kilowatt hours a year.
The USB drive is made from PLA (Polylactic acid), a biodegradable polyester derived from renewable resources like corn.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.