Recommendation goes out to schools to pre-emptively remove all fluorescent lighting made before 1979 as it likely contains PCBs now being released into air as they break down from age.
Sony's forthcoming gaming handheld has been subjected to a full teardown, being opened and laid bare for our viewing pleasure.
Reports from two research firms cite the growing impact of the March 11 Japanese earthquake on components and materials.
According to the San Jose Mercury News, the founders have offered 100 percent of the funds required to restore the famous Hangar One at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif. But word is NASA hasn't responded.
iSuppli estimates that Apple cut more than $50 from manufacturing costs per unit since the phone made its debut last year.
A home soda machine lets you make and serve your own cola anytime you want.
To reduce the risk of explosions and pollution, some utilities are switching from petroleum to vegetable oils to insulate transformers.
To draw attention to plastic pollution in the Pacific, two sailors are crossing 2,100 miles on a craft built from 15,000 recycled bottles and a Cessna cockpit.
Children's cribs, strollers, and car seats in California are rife with toxic flame retardants also found in consumer electronics, according to Friends of the Earth.
Plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean is only getting worse and there's no clean tech solution, according to oceanographer Charles Moore.