Bird Electron's gadget is designed to fit in the iPod's original box.
Retailer has been offering discounted pre-owned TVs, video players, game consoles, and iPods on its Web site since last month.
Kodak and Wal-Mart just announced a plan to recycle millions of pounds of material from Kodak photo kiosks.
ATP debuts the "world's first bio-recyclable USB drive."
Top TV makers have formed a recycling company to handle tech waste and comply with changing state laws.
Nokia isn't just talking green, it's walking green by making its phones more eco-friendly, starting with the 3110 Evolve. Our earth-loving sister site SmartPlanet explains
Plastic bottles, cardboard, and yesterday's news find new life in novel laptop bags.
Printing documents and tossing them out almost immediately is a common ritual in the workplace--one that's not so environmentally friendly.
Australian company Perpetual Water is bringing its gray-water recycling system to the U.S.
Dell will wipe the data clean before recycling small companies' computers and gadgets.