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How Do Phones Go Green?

You can improve the manufacture of phones – and then there’s the problems of chargers and recycling

Dell Uses More Renewable Energy

The manufacturer has made progress on green power, but the green movement may hurt it in in future – as users hang onto kit for longer

IBM Awarded For AIDS Work

IBM has won accolades for new mathematical prediction models to help determine the best drug combinations for any given HIV genetic variant

Green IT Pressure Is Growing

CIOs may be more keen to save money than save the planet, but after this year’s Copenhagen Forum the pressure to go green will get more serious, says Michael Vizard

How to solve the eWaste issue

It’s no good wringing our hands over eWaste. The answer is simple if we have the political will to outlaw all dumping of electronic waste, says Tony Roberts of Computer Aid International

Lenovo Launches Recession-busting PCs

Featuring low-voltage processors, the IdeaPad S12 netbook, the IdeaPad U350 and G550 laptops and the C300 all-in-one desktop emphasise design, easy using and easy buying

Storage Economics: When Data Meets Dough

If you think storage is cheap, you aren’t doing your sums right. The big picture, with power, carbon, and legal costs, adds up to a new discipline, says Hitachi Data Systems’ David Merrill – a storage economist