The first factory dedicated to making a new type of power-thrifty cell phone display has started operations.
These days, you can hardly open a technical paper without learning about revolutionary solar panels, fashionable wind turbines or some other environmentally-friendly piece of infrastructure equipment. The green halo effect on corporations isn’t the cause, nor is altruism.
A variety of companies are using Earth Day hype to unveil and highlight a diverse range of green initiatives.
Interesting advancements in wireless technology specifically promise to help simplify the transition to green.
TOKYO (AP) — Cell phone users could soon be turning to the skies to charge their handsets.
LAS VEGAS—Al Gore today delivered the closing keynote at the CTIA Wireless 2009 trade show.
LAS VEGAS—Going green is great PR. But underlying the talk of carbon footprints, environmental friendliness and rosy images of fauna
Differentiating the customer experience remains a complicated challenge.
Now it looks like Certicom will go to Research In Motion (RIM) after all. VeriSign did not exercise its right to match an offer by RIM
The corporate responsibility portions of Nokia and Vodafone’s Websites are a good indicator of the importance that companies now place on their environmental image. These pages are full-color media extravaganzas. They offer flashy video content and links to notable environmental and humanitarian organizations.
Last year, the telecom industry reportedly was responsible for about 1% of global energy consumption.
Overland Park, Kan-based Black & Veatch is pitching in to help wireless operators deal with changing environmental and climate change regulations.
ReCellular just got some more green to help expand operations.
Wireless veteran Rich Berliner is taking the FCC’s 8-hour mandate to heart and starting Green Energy Group.
A recent survey conducted by Nokia found that only 3% of people recycle their mobile phones despite the fact that old devices are often just lying around at home.