The LED Market to See Considerable Increase by 2021

The latest report from Pike Research shows that LED lighting will capture 52% of the Commercial Building Market by 2021. The price for these...

Voltaic Spark: 8-Watt Solar Powered Carrying Case for iPads and Other Gadgets

I've been writing about Nokia testing a solar powered version of one of their cellphones just the other day, and thought it's a pretty stupid idea to apply solar cells on phones since they're kept mostly inside pockets, and they aren't transparent. Today I found out that a company called Voltaic is releasing a solar powered carrying case for tablets - the Spark.

Plastic Solar Cells: Your Next Gadget’s Cheap Power Source

Portable electronic devices have from now on a new technology invented for making the battery life longer or making them to work completely on solar energy. The plastic solar cells with eight square inches in size...

New LED Streetlight Reduces Light Pollution and Saves Energy

Light pollution is one of the biggest sources of pollution worldwide. Because some chemical processes that cleanse the atmosphere only occur in the dark, light...

3G iPhone to Charge from Solar Powered Case

If you ever had a 3G mobile phone in your hand, you know that it sometimes remains stuck on data mode and drains all your battery in a matter of hours (and it heats up considerably, too). The same goes with the new iPhone 3G that has just been launched.

Cheap, Green and Paper-Thin TVs From Georgia Institute of Technology

Maybe you thought that with OLED TVs we went as far as we could go in terms of electronic thinness. Or maybe you think...

New PCM Memory Encoding Technique Saves 30% Energy

A new memory technology coming from Rice University and UCLA could slash 30 percent or even more of the energy needed today by flash...

PLX Kiwi: the Gadget Saving Your Gas Money

Kiwi reminds you all the time that gasoline is money, and you better eat some pizzas with your friends than give the oil companies money for the 5 minutes you reach your work earlier. Depending on the type of car you drive, the savings can be several hundred dollars a year, between $560 and $800, according to the company.