Back in October we wrote about Toshiba planning on introducing their first fuel cell device by the end of March 2009. Looks like they're going to make good on that promise. Maybe. Toshiba has announced that
For iPhone or iTouch users looking for another way to access the sun to charge up your gear, SolLight has put out a product with some potential - the SOLiCharger. Like most solar chargers out these days it has some nice pros, and
President Obama gets to keep his Blackberry for his own use, but he's required to use a super-secure version of a phone called the Sectera Edge for official chit chat. For a president putting such a focus on
Recellular had a booth at CES encouraging people to sell or donate their old phones rather than toss them, and buy used for their next mobile phone purchase. Recellular is a take back and re-sell company that is pretty
Powermat has an exclusive looking booth at CES. I got an appointment to go in and see what their technology has in store for charging gadgets. The basic rundown of Powermat is:
You have a single mat that plugs into the wall.
LG partnered with GotWind and has erected a solar/wind cell phone charging station. We're well familiar with GotWind around here, and it's great to see them head to the states to help LG create the first renewable energy
In the spirit of second chances, I stopped by Motorola's booth to check out the Renew mobile phone and see if it might be worth a few kinder words than I gave it before. But, turns out it's a greenwashed phone that, I'm
Photos via Motorola
CES kicks off tomorrow and we'll be there to give you the eco-scoop. But there's so much happening, we can't wait to get started. So, here's news about the world's first "carbon neutral" mobile phone, the Renew, courtesy of Motorola.
TreeHugger readers don't appear to share my fascination with mass customization, the idea that you can order exactly what YOU want, made to your specifications, instead of having to take what Mr. Big Box offers. One recent extreme example was
A new energy efficient charger claims to be the first "green" cell phone charger to hit the UK, and also says it has what it takes to end wasted power during cell phone charging. O2 has launched a universal cell phone charger that claims