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So Acer's new Aspire 3811TZ and Aspire 3811TZG may not be puke-green like Sony's VAIO W Eco, but that doesn't mean they aren't some of the greenest -- as in eco-friendly -- laptops out there. Part of the company's thin-and-light Timeline series, the two 13.3-inch laptops have been named by Greenpea

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HP, Lenovo, and Dell haven't fared too badly in some of Greenpeace's previous e-waste reports, but it looks like three companies have fallen well short of the organization's expectations this time around, with each getting called out for failing to live up to their promises. Specifically, all three

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Although they still rate Apple behind Sony Ericsson, Sony, Nokia, Samsung, Dell, Toshiba, Acer... (you get the idea) in its quarterly guide to greener electronics, Greenpeace tossed a bit of love to the boys from Cupertino for the new eco-friendlier iPod nano. In a blog post titled \"less toxic iPod

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Apple and Greenpeace haven't exactly been the best of buds. However, MacWorld seems to have changed all that, at least for Greenpeace. In a statement issued on their US website, Greenpeace says the following:\"The MacBook Air is a strong entry in the race to build a green PC. As a mercury and arsenic

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So hot on the heels of that Greenpeace report (and Apple response) claiming the iPhone contains toxic chemicals, California's Center for Environmental Health filed legal notice of a potential lawsuit against Apple alleging under California's Proposition 65 law that the iPhone's \"phthalate\" content

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Apple's no stranger to being slammed by Greenpeace, and while Steve certainly spoke of a \"Greener Apple,\" it seems that the iPhone wasn't included. According to tests arranged by the entity, it was found that the iPhone contained \"toxic brominated compounds (indicating the presence of brominated fl

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Apple's no stranger to being slammed by Greenpeace, and while Steve certainly spoke of a \"Greener Apple,\" it seems that the iPhone wasn't included. According to tests arranged by the entity, it was found that the iPhone contained \"toxic brominated compounds (indicating the presence of brominated fl

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We shudder to think how many Apple fanboys that have secretly fantasized about this day. Well, sorry to disappoint, but Steve Jobs wears leafy garments underneath it all. He's also not so sure about this whole \"I like Apple, but without toxic substances\" thing being postulated by the don't-you-have

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Announced back in June, Dell's new free recycling program is now live, meaning you can recycle any Dell product at no cost to you, without any of those pesky requirements to buy a new Dell machine in the process. All you've gotta do is head on over to their site, print out your free shipping vouc

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