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Sony ICF-C1iP

The Sony ICF-C1iP radio alarm clock for the iPod isn't the smallest or most stylish in the category, but decent audio quality, great radio reception, and a reasonable price point make it a fine option.

By Oct. 22, 2007

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 22, 2007

More iPod-friendly products from Sony

Sony has taken the wraps off the ICF-C1iP clock radio and ZS-S2iP boom box, both of which feature docks for Apple's iPod music player--a rival to Sony's once-dominant Walkman brand.

By Jul. 18, 2007


Sony Dream Machine for cheap, humble dreams

Sony unveils a new $20 clock radio under their Dream Machine brand.

By Mar. 2, 2009


Report: Carbon cap to spur nukes, gas, renewables

The latest energy and climate bill would cap emissions from utilities only, which a research firm says would lead to a major shift away from coal to other fuels.

By Jul. 15, 2010


Information Card Foundation launched

A weighty group of industry leaders coalesces around new standards for online authentication.

By Jun. 23, 2008


Spam's carbon footprint: One e-mail is like driving three feet

Report finds energy used annually to delete spam and rescue legitimate e-mail is equal to electricity use in 2.4 million homes and greenhouse gas emissions from 3.1 million cars.

By Apr. 15, 2009


Parity provides free online identity management

New CardPress service provides a hosted application for associations, organizations, and merchants wanting to issue information cards.

By Oct. 9, 2008


Equifax offers its first I-card

The Equifax Over 18 card is one of the first to use the open standards from the Information Card Foundation.

By Nov. 13, 2008


Earth Day a good time to rethink power use

Devices in your home as well as your interactions with Internet servers can waste electricity.

By Apr. 21, 2009


A reality check on nuclear fusion at MIT

Despite skepticism, research on nuclear fusion--long considered the ultimate clean-energy source--quietly continues in labs around the world, including one at MIT.

By Jun. 29, 2011