Residents of apartment buildings in New York will been given a chance to take part in an innovative recycling program designed to keep gadgets out of landfill.
Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers have designed a power-harvesting device with efficiency similar to that of modern solar panels.
When combined with suitable nanofillers, the biodegradable polymer can act as an electricity conductor, the company says.
Such a display could be the key to the wearable technology that’s sure to be in our future.
Apple’s latest effort will allow customers to bring an old iPhone into an Apple Store and receive immediate store credit.
A new industry report shows slow but significant progress in increasing the eco-friendliness of consumer electronics.
With one of the best buyback programs in the business, Sprint is doing its part to reduce e-waste.
A new wireless communication system lets sensors transmit and receive data, all while pulling power from TV broadcast waves in the environment around them.
Made from a single piece of recycled, highly durable cardboard, the Origami printer concept goes from flat to 3D in a few quick steps.
LG Electronics begins sales of the Energy Star certified 55EA9800 which, at nearly $15,000, will take you a long time to make the cost back on in energy efficiency.