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The Week in Green is a new item from our friends at Inhabitat, recapping the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us. Today is Earth Day, so we're happy to have Inhabitat contributing this How-to guide for us. Earth Day isn't just a time for Birkenstock-clad hippies

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Those wily social media hounds over at Lenovo are at it again, this time teasing us with a crossword puzzle relating to a new \"ThinkPad Series\" of machines. Referencing our handy, and so far wholly accurate, leaked slide from February shows that the only Think-branded laptops not yet revealed are t

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As has become customary, NASA is celebrating Earth Day with some HD video on NASA TV. The broadcasts have been on all day until 2 p.m., and then from 4 to 7 p.m. EDT. Hit up NASA's website on the read link for details on how to tune into the satellite broadcast, or just check out the YouTube video

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This week Verizon announced it was including the YES Network in its package nationally (sans-Yankees games) in addition to all the VOD from last week. Expect those expansion announcements to start picking back up now that the Allentown, PA city council's approved FiOS TV for the area, however with

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A 24 hour concert it's not, but NASA's celebrating Earth Day in its own way, airing an hour of HD footage collected from various trips in space on NASA TV. A silent edition of the broadcast hit Friday morning, which will repeat between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Monday April 21, and on repeat from 6 a.m. u

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A select few have already discovered just how lucrative going green can be, but for mega-corps around the globe, this year's Earth Day was just as much about earning green as it was recycling. While throngs of companies have already instituted programs to recollect and recycle customer's obsolete ge

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After announcing their free computer take-back program in April -- just in time for Earth Day -- Apple is finally getting the program off the ground and are now accepting any old Mac or PC with the purchase of a new Mac. When you purchase a computer from the Apple Store or an Apple retail locatio

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