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Finally, A No-Draw Charger
AT&T has just announced a USB-based telephone charger that does not pull electricity from the wall when it’s not charging a phone.
The ‘waterless’ washing machine that could save you money
New machine by Xeros cleans clothes with beads and a tiny amount of water and may cut household bills by 30%
New Sugar-Based Plastics Could Be Composted Right At Home
New research from scientists at the Imperial College of London has led to a breakthrough in plastics that could be composted right at home!
Top 10 green iPhone apps
From green living tips to eco tools, calculators and shopping guides, here is a pick of the best mobile applications for the environmentally conscious
MIT Developing Body Heat-Powered Electronics
It’s a lot easier to change the batteries in a flashlight than to switch out the batteries in, say, a biomedical monitor. But eventually, such batteries might never have to be changed thanks to a new breed of heat-harvesting electronics developed by researchers at MIT.
IllumiCharger Adds Solar USB Charging to Any Wall
Solar power doesn’t get more plug-and-play than the IllumiCharger, a wall-mounted charger that soaks up ambient light within your home to provide grid-free energy for any USB gadget.
Greener Gadgets 2010: What’s the Greenest Gadget of The Year?
The Consumer Electronics Association has kicked off a competition to see what is the greenest gadget idea of the year. Will it be the Orange Solar Tent, which charges up your camp site? Or AUG, a barcode system that helps you find locally produced goods? Or will it be Corky, a computer mouse made of cork that is charged by the movement of your hand? You get to decide! Check out the 18 entrants and find out how to vote.
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