Samsung Unveils LCD Monitor That Powers Itself Solely From Your PC's USB

Samsung has unveiled a 18.5-inch LCD display that consumes only 6.3W. The announcement, made at SID 2010, has been accompanied by a demonstration in which such a display was powered only via a USB 2.0 cable from the PC it was linked to!

Flow Loop: a Water-Recirculating Shower That Recovers Heat

Taking hot or cold showers consume a lot of water and energy even for just a few minutes compared to ordinary baths. Thus came...

Energy Saving Tips to Save on Electricity Bills and Make Your Home Eco-Friendly

The world, as we all know it, is already suffering from the adverse effects of climate change. Unless we make drastic changes to corporate...

2 Reasons Why White Cars Are Environmentally-Friendlier Than Black Cars

Today I realized something I already knew, but didn't pay importance to: black cars drink more fuel than lighter-colored ones, and this is something...

Moixa's Smart DC Network Powers Small Devices to Save Money on Electricity

If you didn't know, there was actually a war when electricity was to be made publicly accessible through a grid. Nikola Tesla and Thomas...

Ford’s New MyEnergi Lifestyle Reduces Energy Bills and Carbon Footprint

Ford recently introduced its MyEnergi Lifestyle project which indicates how integrating plug-in vehicles with renewable energy sources and home appliances can help a family...

VacuSen: Oxygen Sensor Used in Space Missions, Now Helps Manufacturing Greener Windows

It looks like sensors regularly used in space missions can now be a part of a technology aimed to improve the making of glass. Hold on, not any kind of glass, but one that excels in thermal insulation in both cold and hot environments - a glass that may reduce carbon dioxide emissions and your electric bill, too.

How to Make Your Office Greener and Cut Energy Bills

The financial crisis, which began in 2008 and is still picking up speed in many countries around the world, clearly affects the small businesses....

Google's Self-Driving Cars Could Save Lives And Fuel At The Same Time

In secret and in plain view, Google's seven test cars have driven more than 140,000 miles with little intervention from humans, out of which 1,000 were totally autonomous. The program could save lives and fuel, because computers are not heavy-footed and do not accelerate more than necessary and don't brake right after that, like many humans do.

Bitcoin: Too Expensive and Hugely Energy-Consuming?

Created in 2009 by an unknown person, the virtual money generated and traded electronically called bitcoin introduced to investors and businessmen a method that...