Buyback World is a great website that will give you cash for all sorts of electronics, from cell phones to wearable devices to video games.
Gazelle is a similar site that specializes in Apple products.
Both websites will give you an instant quote for the value of your gadget, based on its condition.
If you're looking for a physical location where you can drop off your gear, Best Buy could be your best bet.
Start on their website and search for recycling to learn more information about what products you can recycle in each state.
If you think your tech still some value, Best Buy has a trade-in program that will give customers gift cards for the amount their item is worth.
And finally, GreenerGadgets.org, a website run by the Consumer Electronics Association, is a great resource to learn more about ways to choose environmentally friendly products for your home.
Peruse the buying guide and use the energy calculator to determine how much power your household gadgets are consuming.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, Cnet.com for CBS News.
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