In a rather surprising move Apple, the computer manufacturer, decided to pull out its entire line of around 40 products from the EPEAT green certification registry last month. According to anonymous sources within the company, Apple no longer wanted their … Continue reading
What is E-waste? E-waste stands for electronic waste. This includes anything from discarded and broken cell phones, computers, iPods, and small appliances. Developed nations are dealing with a crisis of overconsumption, which produces many harmful consequences. One of these consequences is e-waste, which … Continue reading
Apple recently released their new line of MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, which are mainly made from aluminium. They say that they are their greenest latops ever and claims that they are “highly recyclable and even more energy efficient”, and … Continue reading
Edison is a new and free energy-saving PC software from the developers at Verdiem. The software makes it a lot easier for you to control your computers power saving features helping you save electricity and money. Edison doesn’t shut down … Continue reading
Yesterday we got this email from Matt Bentley: Changing Microsoft XP power scheme settings determines whether or not power-saving CPU features are activated in a machine when idle. All modern desktop CPU’s past the AMD Athlon XP and the Intel … Continue reading
Zonbu is a small, small like the mac mini, personal computer. But what’s special about the Zonbu is not that it’s so small, it’s that it’s the first zero-emission personal computer. Zonbu runs on a linux platform with a 1.2 … Continue reading
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