The new year is bringing new efficiency standards that will spell the end for the common incandescent light bulb.
Planned city car from Gordon Murray Design will be small enough so that three vehicles can be parked headlong into a single space.
The bulb will be available at stores in early December for between $40 and $50. Offering warm, even light, it appears a real contender for nudging out the beloved incandescent bulb.
CNET's Martin LaMonica has been playing around with superefficient LED bulbs at home and finds they're imperfect and pricey, but, he says, there's still a lot to like.
Prices for energy efficient and long-lasting LEDs inch downward. Home Depot is now offering a downlight made by Cree for under $50 online.
Home Depot is selling an LED bulb bright enough to replace a 40-watt incandescent. Is the $20 threshold enough to entice more people to LEDs?
The new line of washers from Bosch features automatic leak protection and a host of energy-saving options.
special coverage Researchers are making great strides in energy technology, and investors are paying attention.
Plastic bottles, cardboard, and yesterday's news find new life in novel laptop bags.
As with green-tech movement, the eco-spin on chemical science isn't just for tree huggers. Businesses, too, are betting on better materials.