Canadian SMBs not walking the talk on IT recycling: Samsung

Small and medium sized Canadian companies overwhelmingly believe that recycling used IT products is the “right thing to do” but a majority of local SMBs admit they do not consider disposal of hardware

Published on: October 4th, 2010 Nestor Arellano

10 exciting ways you can put your old computer to new uses

They're collecting dust in storage rooms and taking up extra space in your garage or office. They can't handle today's applications, peripherals or operating systems. Yes, older computers are a nuisance, like the

Published on: May 25th, 2010 John Brandon

Great online sites that help you easily recycle your old tech gear

Downturn or no downturn, it's nice to upgrade your tech gadgets now and again, especially when they are so old that your colleagues are looking at you sideways. But once you've bought -

Published on: April 23rd, 2009 Dan Tynan

Motorola’s Renew cell phone made partly from recycled plastic water bottles

If you ever felt like taking your boat for a spin about 900 km off the California coast, you'd eventually reach the North Pacific Gyre. It wouldn't look like much on the surface,

Published on: March 30th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Audit: US exporting harmful e-waste to other countries

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

Published on: October 15th, 2008 Grant Gross

5 Habits for Greener Computing

Here are five ideas to get you started. 1. Save Paper and Ink I receive a lot of press releases and other printed documents that I never read more than once (if ever),

Published on: May 26th, 2008 Emru Townsend

Three simple ways IT workers can cut their energy costs

You've heard the all talk about green IT. But you haven't really had to pay attention. Chances are that being green isn't a big deal at your company, and anyway you're too busy

Published on: March 26th, 2008 John E. West