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New greener, transparent transistor is 'next best thing&#...

 A tech company LG recently demonstrated an 18-inch flexible screen which has given hope to make transparent, flexible transistors that could help bring roll-up smartphones with see-through displays and other bendable gadgets to consumers in just a few years. Zee News, 4 days ago

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Apple of Greenpeace's Eye?

Environmental group Greenpeace has called on companies in the consumer electronics sector to follow and maybe even exceed Apple's example in reducing the damage it does to the environment. In a report published to coincide the IFA Electronics show ...
 EE Times3 weeks ago Call for greener electronics  New Electronics4 weeks ago Apple is Greenest Brand in Mobile Tech, Report Claims  Channelnomics4 weeks ago
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Greenpeace reveals challenges ahead for truly Green Gadgets (03/09/2014)

The Green Gadgets: Designing the future report evaluates the green progress of leading consumer electronics companies. Apple leads the consumer electronics sector in addressing its environmental footprint, leaping ahead of rival Samsung. Greenpeace ...
 Electronic Product Design3 weeks ago Skanska : UK Plc - Green debate highlights need to act now for sake of London's future  4 Traders2 weeks ago Greenpeace is helping build a cleaner internet  Tech Republic3 weeks ago Greenpeace Green Gadgets: Designing the Future  Goldstein Report3 weeks ago

Future of energy storage

07:09, Technology/Energy & Green Tech Fikile Brushett is applying fundamental electrochemistry to boost the performance and durability of future energy storage systems. Credit: Len Rubenstein MIT professor Fikile Brushett is in the process of ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago

U of M forges way as plastics research leader using $20M grant to find greener alternatives

MINNEAPOLIS -- From electronics to tableware, plastic is everywhere and varies by shape and size. Despite the differences of plastic-made products, most share a common origin as fossil fuels
 Big News Network2 weeks ago

Apple Sets New Standards in Sustainable Electronics: Greenpeace Report

by Vikas Vij SOURCE: Justmeans DESCRIPTION: The aggregate energy footprint of the global electronics industry continues to rise, posing a serious challenge to the environment. Electronics manufacturers around the world, as a category, have not ...
 TVNewsCheck3 weeks ago

Corrugated Packaging Getting Consistently Greener

The electronic industry may, at times, take packaging for granted. However, poor-quality boxes result in damaged products. Meanwhile, using more packaging is a poor choice for the planet. A recent peer-reviewed study, commissioned by the ...
 EBN Online3 weeks ago

The Path to Greener Electronics

Today, more and more people around the world rely on laptops, phones, and tablets as an essential part of their everyday lives. However, the rate at which they purchase and discard these devices is having a serious impact on our planet. There is ...
 Ems 0073 weeks ago
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Quick-change materials break the silicon speed limit for computers

Faster, smaller, greener computers, capable of processing information up to 1,000 times faster than currently available models, could be made possible by replacing silicon with materials that can switch back and forth between different electrical ...
 Space Daily4 days ago Huawei Calls for Joint Efforts to Promote Sustainability and a Greener Supply Chain  TMC Net5 days ago Computers 1,000 times faster? Quick-change materials break silicon speed limit for computers  Science Daily1 week ago University of Cambridge - Quick-change materials break the silicon speed limit for computers  TMC Net1 week ago

E-distribution cuts carbon footprint

Going green is beginning to weave its way into the fabric of organisations, with environmentally conscious companies initiating efforts to balance what is good for business with what is good for the planet. So says Janine Buckley, marketing ...
 IT Web6 days ago
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