Tagged: green gadgets

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5 Must Have Solar Powered Gadgets

It is really a bummer when our gadgets run out of juice and we cannot do the tasks that we normally would. Using the unlimited supply of energy from the Sun, the following gadgets come in really handy. These are not only smart, but also clean. Here is a list...

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Green Gadget – This Drone By A Young Engineer Can Detect Air Pollution

The paradigm is shifting and the aim of technology and science is shifting towards slowing down climate change and saving the environment. The slogan of ‘go green’ is the new trend while trying to monitor the pollution and minimize it. Meet Monica Abarca, she is 23 years old and a...

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FFZERO1 Concept Unveiled By Faraday Future At CES 2016

CES 2016, in Las Vegas, witnessed the unveiling of Faraday Future’s single seater FFZERO1 concept vehicle. It is being touted as the test bed for company’s future EVs. The track car features whole new chassis design and is claimed to sport a ‘sixth sense’ that allows it to adapt to...

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Green Gadget – Epson’s In-office Recycling Machine, PaperLab

Helping the environment nourish and recover from the damage it has been dealt is a long process albeit one that starts from your own home and office. How many of you geeks are aware of the three R’s of environment? They are, as shown below. Now, in simplest of words;...

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Green Gadget – LUMIR C Is An LED Lamp Operated By A Candle

When we say you’re not going to believe this…..we meant it!!! An LED lamp that operates on a single tea light candle.  It’s call the Lumir C LED lamp and a lit candle will switch the LED on.  This is what we call technology…..not magic. The LED lamp lights up...

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Green Gadget – Salt Lamp Only Needs Salt Water To Illuminate

There are over 7,000 islands in the Philippines and most of these islands do not have access to electricity.  These rural communities will soon be trading in candles and battery-powered devices for lamps that run on salt water.  The SALt (Sustainable Alternative Lighting) lamp burns for eight hours at a...

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