Earth Day 2006: What's the tech? Video
Some gadgets billed as "green" can power electronics off the grid. Others help you reduce energy use at home, work, or on your daily commute. CNET editors Elsa Wenzel and Wayne Cunningham talk about some of the latest tools on the market.
CNET's Elsa Wenzel speaks with GreenCitizen CEO James Kao at his company's San Francisco store to get the facts on high-tech recycling. Hear how GreenCitizen works, and learn about the consequences of hardware going into the garbage.
CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi chats with CarTech Senior Editor Wayne Cunningham about GM's decision to close four North American truck manufacturing plants. The news behind the headline indicates a trend toward smaller vehicles and a push to roll out the company's hybrid car, the Chevy Volt.
The catalytic converter is the unseen, unsung hero of auto emissions control. Does the old "soot can" have a high-tech story? Check out what CNET's Brian Cooley and Michael Kanellos learned from visiting Nanostellar, a company that replaces particles in a catalytic converter so a car can run greener.
CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a first look at downloadable software from Google. Your online albums can be either private or public.
CNET's Charles Cooper and Elsa Wenzel discuss the new beta release of Adobe Acrobat, which will compete with Microsoft and Google.
Take a ride with CNET Car Tech's Wayne Cunningham in the production version of the 2011 Chevy Volt.
CNET Car Tech's own Wayne Cunningham and Antuan Goodwin discuss the highs and lows at the 2012 Geneva auto show.
The current version of Microsoft Office 2007 has many features, but we await its final release. CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look.
LiveFuels says it will be able to make biodiesel or synthetic gas from cheap algae in a few years. CNET's Michael Kanellos and Brian Cooley take a look at the process.