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Accurately measuring exactly how much juice your HDTV is consuming has been all the rage of late, and now, \"television manufacturers and broadcasters have produced what may be the world's most boring TV program to measure energy consumption on new-generation televisions.\" Apparently, the Internation

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October 2, 2007 at 11:01PM
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Accurately measuring exactly how much juice your HDTV is consuming has been all the rage of late, and now, \"television manufacturers and broadcasters have produced what may be the world's most boring TV program to measure energy consumption on new-generation televisions.\" Apparently, the Internation

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While Ermenegildo Zegna made the plunge into high-end, electronic savvy outerwear last Fall, its newest piece ups the ante by allowing gadgetry that you keep on your person to be charged up whilst out and about -- sans batteries. The Solar JKT is based around Interactive Wear AG's iSolarX technolog

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It's been a tick since we've heard details on an emerging battery technology that promises to trounce even the best products currently available, but researchers at the Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have reportedly developed yet another approach to boosting Li-ion capacity and s

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For those of you Prius owners who felt the novelty of a hybrid vehicle was finally wearing off, a whole host of new hacks are starting to emerge, which should go quite a ways in expanding the utility of your gas-sipping whip. When you're not cruising around at the tune of 116 mpg, you can purported

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We had a sneaking suspicion that there was an ulterior motive behind Raleigh getting lit up as the \"world's first LED city,\" and aside from savings tons of dough on energy bills over the next decade or so, it seems to make motorists feel a good bit safer, too. According to a before and after survey

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Considering that ATI and NVIDIA don't seem to be making any substantial strides in reducing the amount of energy required to run their products, it's a tad surprising to hear of an entire supercomputer running a bit leaner than the competition. Hoping on the ever-growing green bandwagon, University

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