E300 Razor Electric Scooter

by Edwin

Going around in a scooter can be pretty fun, but why not do so while being environmentally friendly? The E300 Razor Electric Scooter will help your daily commute without having to have a tinge of regret, where it has a larger deck, frame and tires for older teens and adult riders, traveling up to 15 miles per hour to make this the speediest Razor electroc scooter yet. Since it runs …

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Casio unveils Pathfinder PAG110C-3 timepiece

by Edwin

Casio has been in the timepiece business for quite a fair number of years already, and most of us would have fond memories of a digital watch from Casio, although these days it seems to be imported from China instead of its spiritual home, Japan. Ah well, their range of G-Shock watches are also a cause to celebrate, since those are some tough devices which can withstand the rigors of …

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Mr. Klein Washing Machine reuses water

by Ally

For those of you that are big clean freaks, you might not entirely like this concept.  I’m not even obsessive about germs and dirt, but this still doesn’t entirely sit well with me.  Most washing machines wash your clothing and then send the dirty water down the drain.  As far as the green aspect goes, that’s a huge waste of water and therefore a bit of a bad thing.  This …

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Solar Roadways prototype now built

by Edwin

Solar Roadways received a $100,000 grant by the Department of Transportation last year, and it is good to see all that money put to good use with a spanking new solar-powered road prototype. Currently, Solar Roadways is in the running for an award as a finalist (“Most Promising Renewable Energy Award”), and initial tests have shown that their pedestrian warning system with a couple of small kids worked like a …

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Strata Building can make its own energy

by Mark R

I believe that the ultimate goal of environmentalists is to have all of our buildings be completely independent from “the grid”. In other words, through the use of sustainable resources, buildings will have all the power they need without the power company. This building, known as the Strata Building, is one step in the right direction. The Strata, also known as the Razor, has three giant turbines on its 42nd …

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Starburst Recycled Boombox

by Ally

For those of you that are eco-conscious with a serious sweet tooth, then this is the set of speakers for you.  It’s a boombox made out of an old Starburst box, giving you a constant reminder of your candy cravings.  I suppose that might be considered a good thing for those trying to curb their cravings, but if you don’t mind them then you’ll be just fine.  In addition to …

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Wind Up Socket Concept Timer

by Mark R

Here is an interesting concept that allows the user to save energy, the easy way. Think of it as a power strip made up of egg timers. Even if you’re too young to know what an egg timer is, you can still figure out how to use it. Just turn it to the proper setting, and it will tick down until the bell goes off. It’s technology that has been …

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Solar Surge for iPhone 3G and 3GS

by Edwin

You know that the iPhone is one power guzzler, and that having an important call die on you is downright irritating, perhaps even leading up to you losing out on that business deal. Well, Novothink’s got your back with their very own iPhone case which is compatible with the iPhone 3G as well as iPhone 3GS models, since it boasts a solar panel on the back that will help juice …

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