A closer look at innovative sports tech projects in Canada – Tech in Sports Ep. 44

All your latest sports tech news, including a 10-hour documentary on Michael Jordan, Twitch's new 24/7 sports streaming channel, the LA Kings' new high tech eco-friendly ice surface, and more! Plus, we chat

Published on: May 22nd, 2018 Mandy Kovacs

Meet the smart waste management devs who won NextAI’s Top Venture award

TORONTO - It already takes a special kind of intelligence to design a waste disposal bin that automatically recognizes whether someone has thrown away a recyclable or trash, but Hassan Murad and Vivek

Published on: September 22nd, 2017 Eric Emin Wood

Jobs touts Apple’s environmental progress, Greenpeace gives thumbs up

Greenpeace International today praised Apple Inc. for stepping up efforts to reduce toxic materials in its computers and consumer electronic devices. "While Apple and other top electronic companies still face many challenges on

Published on: October 22nd, 2008 Gregg Keizer

MIT: Solar power storage discovery could mean energy nirvana

Researchers at MIT say they've made an energy storage breakthrough that could transform solar power from an alternative to a mainstream energy source. The university is calling the solar project a major advancement

Published on: October 22nd, 2008 Sharon Gaudin

Ericsson attaches blades for wind power to base station

Ericsson has equipped its environmentally friendly radio base station site concept Tower Tube with built-in support for wind power, in a bid to help operators go green and expand mobile networks to where

Published on: October 22nd, 2008

Cisco sets major greenhouse target

Networking solutions giant Cisco is seeking to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its worldwide operations by 25 percent by 2012."To minimize our operational impact on the environment, we are curbing our company's

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Jared Heng

HP vows to reduce PC energy use by 25% in 2010

Hewlett-Packard Tuesday announced that it plans to reduce energy consumption of its personal computers by 25% within two years.To reach its goal, HP said it will reduce energy usage by integrating energy-saving technologies

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Sharon Gaudin

HP gives new life to used printer cartridges

Hewlett-Packard is boosting its effort to effectively recycle used inkjet printer cartridges, Wednesday introducing a new process that manufactures new cartridges from recycled cartridges that are separated and rebuilt from scratch.The "closed loop"

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Agam Shah

New Samsung handsets made from corn

Samsung Electronics on Monday unveiled two new mobile phones made with plastic made from corn as it expands initiatives aimed at being more nature-friendly. The W510 is the first mobile phone Samsung has

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Dan Nystedt. Martyn Williams and

Fujitsu to show laptop with wooden case

Could this be the environmentally friendly laptop PC of the future? Fujitsu will unveil later this week a laptop PC with a case manufactured from wood rather than the more traditional plastic or

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Martyn Williams

Five Eco-Friendly Gadgets

Are you trying to be more environmentally conscious? That doesn't have to mean buying a Prius or installing solar-energy panels on your roof. There are less-expensive ways to be green, from bringing your

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Cathy Lu

EBay Launches ‘Green’ Online Marketplace

div> EBay Inc. today rolled out WorldofGood.com, a new online Green marketplace offering products that are made from recycled or natural materials.The site also allows shoppers to buy products built in developing nations.

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Heather Havenstein

Technology that’s green from the roots up

FRAMINGHAM (08/04/2008) - HP saw potential in used water bottles. Hewlett-Packard Co. found a way to turn those old bottles, along with other types of recyclable consumer plastics, into ink-jet printer cartridges. In

Published on: October 10th, 2008 Mary K. Pratt

Canadian Facebook app links “virtual” garden to green behaviour

It's a unique Facebook application designed to foster a culture of conservation, and its creators are two Canadian university students. Kevin Muise and Jin Fan of Simon Fraser University in B.C. are hoping

Published on: July 18th, 2008 Nestor Arellano