2011 is shaping up to be a year when some long-running green IT assertions may finally face their chance to prove themselves. Here are a few of the question I’ll be… Read more »
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Office computers can account for up to 40 percent of a typical workplace power bill, and much of that is wasted on leaving them on overnight, or failing to put them… Read more »
Green technology needs to grow up and face a tough job market — that’s the news from the third quarter of 2010. This report examines some of the cleantech sector’s growing… Read more »
French startup AVOB, which launches in the U.S. on Monday, says it can ramp down processor speed and voltage while a computer is working and is testing it with the likes… Read more »