The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show is now in the history books. Take a look back with us as we highlight interesting green tech coming your way this year.
Cambridge SoundWorks announces a ‘breakthrough green hybrid speaker system technology’ promising huge energy savings plugged into a computer via USB.
Universal Electronics says it’s developed a way to make infrared remotes more energy efficient, without losing performance or requiring target modifications.
After focusing on the smart home at CES, GE turns Ecomagination Challenge participants in the same direction, seeking innovations on ‘Powering Your Home.’
Ford boasts that its Focus Electric will charge twice as fast as Nissan Leaf, and its charging stations, sold by Best Buy, will run around $700 cheaper.
ThinkEco says it has hooked up with Con Edison to tailor its Modlet specifically for window ACs, giving the appliances demand-response capability.
To go along with its Focus Electric, Ford unveils MyFord Mobile, a smart-phone app to remotely connect with, monitor and even control the vehicle.
Heirs to the the reggae legend Bob Marley launch a new line of audio electronic products with an earth-friendly tinge and a charitable aim.
Southwest Windpower brings a wind turbine to the Consumer Electronics Show to showcase as part of GE’s home energy of tomorrow exhibit.
Xi3 has introduced the Z3RO, a device which allows up to three additional people to hook into the company’s energy efficient Modular Computer.