Gartner Inc. has ranked virtualization as the No. 1 strategic technology for next year, not for its "tremendously obvious" ability to virtualize servers, but for its increasing capability to virtualize just about everything
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
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
The U.S. is shipping used electronic devices containing toxic substances overseas, with little regulation and enforcement to protect people and the environment in those countries, according to a government auditor's report.Multiple U.S. electronics
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"
After hurting the environment by drinking coffee from plastic cups for many years, buying an eco-friendly laptop bag seems like a path to redemption. While searching, I came across bags made from coconuts,
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
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
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.
Chief Technology Officer Arvind Thapar wants to bring new green technology to his company, but his proposed initiative -- installing wind turbines to generate power -- is decidedly outside the usual realm of