Living the green hipster life isn't all about retro tech. You can have the latest environmentally friendly innovations and still keep your hipster cred.
Technology has a home in hipster-ville, especially when it's environmentally friendly, local or green.
The tech giant pulls out of the conservative lobbying group that is known to have pushed legislation to block renewable energy development.
Juniper Research finds worldwide carbon dioxide emissions from cell phone charging will more than double by 2019.
The Little Box Challenge is designed to shrink the size of power inverters, devices used in solar panels and electric cars. It's part of Google's effort to improve its green-tech image.
Averse to Lego's partnership with Shell, the environmental group posts a slick flick online that will make children's stomachs feel queasy.
Harley-Davidson is taking its electric motorcycle concept on the road to see if riders laugh or lust over it. Here's where you can test-ride Project LiveWire as soon as this week.
They're too tiny to see, but a new form of light-sensitive nanoparticles could flood the world with solar power.
Using only the power of the sun's rays, the souped up lightweight aircraft climbs to nearly 6,000 feet and stays aloft for more than two hours.
Streetlight.Vision's software means the US company can add new services like pollution monitoring to its wireless networks.
As costs drop for the easy-on-the-eyes, next-gen tech, Acuity Brands pushes a new range of lighting products. This week, it'll announce the Nomi.
Acuity Brands has introduced four products for places like hotel lounges and meeting rooms. This week it'll debut the Nomi, an OLED light fixture for tighter budgets.
MacBook Pro running slow?
Speed up your MacBook by reclaiming hard-drive space with these quick and easy tricks.