This week our geeky round-up looks at reusing old tech, building your very own Lego iPad, hacking a Nokia N900 to run Mac OS X and more...
The market for secondary -- or used -- PCs is increasing. But so is the potential hazard that these products pose to the environment.
Cash incentives are prompting more Britons to recycle their used cell phones.
Businesses are taking a hiatus from green IT to put priority on direct cost-cutting, Gartner says.
Igel updates its card that converts older desktops into thin clients, offering a second life for old PCs.
Struggling auto-maker General Motors unveils a two-wheeled, two-seat electric vehicle jointly developed with Segway.
The London 2012 Olympic Games organizers are turning to green technology for efficient and economic services.
Microsoft is testing the CPU designed for netbooks to instead power low-energy servers.
Green Plug Responds to Universal Phone Adapter Effort
From a printer that uses coffee grounds for ink to solar-powered window blinds, the entries in this Greener Gadget contest show you can have your tech and a conscience too.