Competition to be and look green in the personal computing industry is reaching a fever pitch. Debates rage over which companies are raising the bar and which are baiting and switching. Packaging, to be sure, is a big piece of the puzzle.
Dell's new OptiPlex 960 uses a little post-consumer recycled plastic in its casing. According to OptiPlex's product manager, it equates to about three plastic water bottles recycled into each PC casing.
Ever wish you could to tell a computer company exactly what a "dream computer" is supposed to be like? Well here is your opportunity, thanks to Intel and ASUS - both of whom have had greener computers on the brain for awhile now.
The greenest notebook computer is the one you have and keep using, but that can be tough; people say that notebook computers are the greenest because they sip electricity; it's true that they use less power than a desktop but you still have to choose
There were three keynotes today at OpenWorld; this TreeHugger has been busy enough with surveying the eco-scene to have missed the keynotes from the previous days, so was interested in taking the green pulse of today's addresses in hopes that it
TreeHugger had the pleasure to chat with Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Inc. this morning here at OpenWorld. Watch the video to see what Dell has at the top of their "to do to go green" list, and how they plan to become "the greenest technology company" in
For those who prefer moving pictures and sound to reading and imagination, here's a video tour of Dell's booth here at OpenWorld, conducted by Sean Donahue, whom we just interviewed, along with a tasty tidbit from The Conservation Fund's Jenna
This week, TreeHugger is blogging from Oracle OpenWorld, an annual information technology conference in San Francisco. We'll be reporting on some of the green innovations and new technology highlighted at the show on Dell's blog, Direct2Dell, as well as
Dell's new Inspiron 531 is the PC manufacturer's first consumer desktop to achieve Energy Star 4.0 requirements. (With the latest iteration of Energy Star requirements, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that only the top 25 percent of
Dell has issued a global challenge to help its engineers design the world’s most environmentally responsible computing technology. The competition, which is endorsed by the Industrial Designers Society of America, is designed to invigorate the
My parents are always bugging me about computer usage and how the computers are sucking up energy. I want to know what I can do so that my computer doesn't waste so much energy? I totally wanna go green and save the Earth from Global