Ep. 134: The Green fail episode Video
Molly Wood shows off five earth-friendly gift ideas that can save energy, paper, and money.
Schwarzenegger believes that "guilt-trip environmentalism" has failed, and has therefore strived to change certain technologies to be more environmentally friendly. Watch the full story at 7 p.m. Sunday on "60 Minutes."
On the Green Show this week, energy-efficient light bulbs, a look at the Maingear Pulse gaming PC, and a study on the greenness of an e-reader.
Samsung and Sprint have jumped on the green bandwagon: they launched a new eco-friendly phone last week, the Samsung Reclaim. Speaking of green, some handset manufacturers and carriers think we're rolling in money and are charging some jaw-dropping prices for their devices. We're not quite sure what they're thinking, especially after a Gartner study finds that North Americans pay more for cell phone service than other parts of the world. We've got all this and more on this week's Dialed In podcast.
We get a look at a solar-powered light from PiSAT Solar. Also, there's an application from Earth 911 that can help you properly dispose of your recyclables, and the company EcoWatercraft unveils the first electric jet ski.
This week we look at a monitor that responds to light, software that saves paper, and a high-tech car battery charging station that resembles a car wash.
On the Green Show this week, we look at the PS3 Slim's energy efficiency, Newsweek names the greenest corporations in America, and Honda's U3-X gets us up to speed at 4 mph.
New Jersey passed a bill last week legalizing medicinal marijuana, so begin today's episode of The 404 Podcast with a quick discussion about the taxation, decriminalization, and dispersion of medicinal marijuana.
The PlayStation plays ball, baseball that is. Facebook launches Docs.com to compete with Google Docs. And it's Earth Day, so we show you how to recycle your electronics and decide that Kermit the Frog was wrong.
On the Green Show this week, we check out clean exhaust on the Mercedes BluTec engine. Also, a green approach to wireless Internet, and some helpful greening tips from CNET's Martin LaMonica.