Apple's tablet is, according to Microsoft, no good when you're cooking and terrible for sharing. It's a wonder Apple sold any at all.
German cleantech company Sunfire GmbH has unveiled a machine that converts water and carbon dioxide into synthetic petroleum-based fuels.
Juniper Research finds worldwide carbon dioxide emissions from cell phone charging will more than double by 2019.
Looking to be transparent, the US government agency brings data-driven energy usage charts, which include everything from crude oil production to wind generation to gasoline prices, to the web.
A manual on how to grill the perfect barbecue can also be ripped apart and used as a kit for barbecuing.
The Solar Roadway hopes to use the large, flat areas provided by roads to generate solar power, decreasing the reliance on fossil fuel energy.
Activists hand out cupcakes and coffee to Pinterest employees in bid to press company's management to use greener energy to power its Internet business.
A report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance charts reductions in gasoline use, and estimates future reductions due to CAFE and ZEV rules.
According to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, wind power is now cheaper to produce than coal by up to 44 per cent.
Outside Twitter's corporate headquarters in San Francisco, Greenpeace makes its plea for the social media company to "Make our tweets green."