With one of the best buyback programs in the business, Sprint is doing its part to reduce e-waste.
An informative video and fact sheet refutes the most commonly circulated myths about smart meters.
Now AT&T customers can learn more about the environmental impact of a mobile device before purchasing.
The Infinite Mobile Device combines smart packaging and kinetic and solar power to imagine a truly sustainable cell phone.
The SpareOne from Xpal Power features stripped down cell phone tech powered by one AA battery, offering service in emergencies, or while traveling.
Ninety-one percent of Americans and nearly 5 billion people worldwide use a cell phone. Increasingly, cell phones are becoming a vital part of our lives, functioning as our primary mode of personal and business communication. But at what cost to our health?
Chinese company Umeox Mobile announced one of the first smart phones to be put into production that can be changed using solar power.
AT&T and Samsung have unveiled the Evergreen, a QWERTY slider good for messaging that is made from 70% recycled post-consumer plastics.
Motorola’s latest features a full QWERTY keyboard, camera, video, and plenty of room for media storage–with a recyclable housing free of BFR and PVC.
Sony Ericsson’s new Cedar mobile phone features recycled plastics, a low power consumption charger and an e-manual programmed into the phone itself, among other features.