At 8,000 feet, near Aspen, Colo., a nonprofit called the Rocky Mountain Institute is demonstrating just how efficient residential living can be.
The city of Stockton is about to get homes made by Zeta Communities that promise better indoor air quality and up to $2,000 in annual energy savings.
The soft-drink company plans to replace hydrofluorocarbon, a contributor to greenhouse gases, in its new vending machines and coolers by 2015.
Wireless operators and handset makers are all going green, but Sprint Nextel and Samsung say they want to lead pack with the new Reclaim handset.
In Boulder, Colo., the Rocky Mountain Institute has set up a project to help cities recognize and do the long-term work they need to do to prepare for electric cars.
A designer takes on a mighty green building challenge: convert an 1850 Boston home into a superinsulated house as energy efficient as the lofty Passive House standard.
With an expected meeting seemingly falling through, CNET News reporter Daniel Terdiman is looking for help figuring out what to do in the Idaho capital.
The first week of reporter Daniel Terdiman's annual trip included a drive to the highest paved road in North America, a look at new Air Force cadets, and a visit to perhaps the most secure military location on Earth.
The 2010 Toyota Prius is scheduled to be revealed at the 2008 LA Auto Show, but there's just one small problem. We've already seen it!
Available in three colors (pink, black and white), one earbud has the front half of the pig, while the other has the tail end.