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Sony savings: Your old gadgets net you a World Cup trade-in discount

Sony is offering a discount on all sorts of gadgetry when you trade in your ageing kit. Find out how your old telly -- or even a dog-eared paperback -- could net you Sony savings

By April 27, 2010


Sony Ericsson goes green with Ling and C901 GreenHeart

Sony Ericsson has gone green with two new handsets: the forthcoming C901 Greenheart and the Ling prototype, which aim to make your carbon footprint a couple of sizes smaller

By June 3, 2009


How best to make digital gadgets greener?

The consumer electronics and IT industries are trying to go green. But what constitutes a "greener gadget" is still a work in progress.

By March 4, 2009


Recyclables take a world tour

Ever thought about what happens to your bottles and cans, once you send them off to be recycled? There is a good possibility that they end up on the other side of the world.

By July 30, 2008


D-Link thinks green for new wireless routers

D-link claimed to be the first green wireless router vendor

By July 28, 2008


Green news harvest: Floating wind turbines in Italy, carbon burial at sea

Combining thin-film solar cells with concentrating optics; Shell boosts stake in cellulosic ethanol firm Iogen; an algae biodiesel plant moves ahead at a power plant in Hawaii; and more.

By July 16, 2008


Goodbye Revolution, hello Wii

Say goodbye to the Revolution - Nintendo has unveiled the official name of its next generation console, Wii.

By April 27, 2006