Green Electronics

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Green electronics range from energy-efficient TVs and computers to iPods, gaming systems and much more. Green electronics are also found on a larger scale in use in schools and industry. Electronics that have a lighter impact on the environment, thanks to improved energy efficiency and cleaner production methods, are considered green. Many can earn "Energy Star" approval, which means they have superior efficiency and higher green ratings. (Photo: Flickr)

Superconducting tape to speed energy transmission

Make money off your e-waste

ReCellular gives phones a second life

ReycleBank pays you to recycle

Green Gadgets for Dummies ... and smart people, too

Electrified water approved for use as miracle cleanser

How can I recycle my electronics?

Amazon's controversial Kindle 2 ships this month

MyGreenElectronics maps recycling locations for electronic waste

Energy Star 3.0 pushes Hi-def TV efficiency

Where can I recycle an old TV?

Sony Reader surprisingly energy efficient

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