Micro LEDs Illuminate Offices and Deliver Internet Through Li-Fi

If a consortium of universities in the United Kingdom meet their goal, a technology to deliver internet communications will be created that could simultaneously...

The Story of Send: Google’s Own Way of Saying “Hi, I’m Green!”

You probably found this while googling, so the search giant Google is no stranger to you. Well, they may be giant and all, but...

PoWiFi Powers Devices Wirelessly, Eliminates Batteries

PoWiFi is a system that allows simultaneous wireless transfer of power and data to electronic devices using existing WiFi infrastructure, giving a glimpse of...

Innovative GravityLight for Developing Countries Looking for Investors

There are currently 1.5. billion people across the globe who have no reliable access to electricity. These people are instead reliant on biomass fuels,...

Mobion: High Power Fuel Cell Batteries for Your Gadgets Starting 2009

Just two days ago, MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc. has made a press release for their third generation Mobion chip, a portable fuel cell powered device aimed for small-scale devices, such as iPods, media players and mobile phones.

New Molybdenite Transistors Could Consume Some 100,000 Times Less in Standby Mode

The joint efforts of a team of researchers from the Laboratory of Nanoscale Electronics and Structures in Lausanne (LANES), Switzerland, have produced a new semiconducting material, made with molybdenite (MoS2). The new discovery could have important applications in transistors that are superior to silicon or graphene-based ones, in terms of size and energy efficiency.

SunPort: The Outlet Extender that Offsets its Carbon Footprint

A crowdfunding campaign from a company called SunPort is seeking funding for an outlet extender that offsets the carbon footprint of whatever device is being...

Ultra-Efficient Quantum Dot LED (QLED) Screens Developed by LG and MIT Spinoff

Just about the time when I thought buying a TV with an OLED screen is fancy and green, here's another news that intrigued me: Quantum-dot LED screens are actually greener and offer higher image quality than OLEDS, and they are to be produced by several manufacturers from the US, South Korea and Belgium.
Louisiana State University researchers say that future refrigerators absolutely need to be more efficient than today, and a new solid state element could be the key to a more efficient home.

Louisiana State University Solid State Refrigerator Could be More Efficient

Refrigeration has gone through various stages, each of them more efficient and more effective than the last, but the demand for refrigeration is set...

New Supermarket Scanner Scans Objects Instead of Barcodes, Saves Paper, Time and Energy

Now here's something that some may consider has nothing to do with the green purpose of our website, but I think it actually has...