People use their smartphones every day, but how often have you thought about how your phone expands your carbon footprint?
Technology is taking a toll on young people in Britain and about 37.3% of teenagers younger than 15 spend more than 6 hours on the day using the internet.
In its most recent Guide to Greener Electronics, Greenpeace ranks Fairphone as the greenest gadget makers, but Apple follows closely on its heals given CEO Tim Cook’s commitment to sustainability.
We are drowning in a sea of e-waste as a result of all the electronics we buy and then discard. Choosing products wisely and recycling old ones properly are ways to be part of the solution…
Cell phones, TVs and other electronics break or become obsolete at an ever-accelerating pace. And we’ve got the landfills to prove it…
Does using a cell phone increase my risk of getting cancer? Should I avoid getting a cell phone and keep my kids away from them?
In certain circles, the dispute over the safety of mobile phones and the towers that support them, is as great as the popularity of the gadgets themselves.