While last week was all about the release of the new iPhone 3G S, there was another event went under the radar a bit. Yes, it’s the start of Recycle Week 2009 and if that wasn’t in your calendar you probably don’t even have Christmas in there either. To celebrate the two big occasions, money4urmobile.com […]
We recently looked at the Samsung E1107 which is a basic phone with simple calling and texting features, FM radio, oh and a solar panel on the back of the phone. Much like a Malibu resident, the phone needs to hit the sun’s rays for a good 40 hours to fully charge its battery, which […]
Samsung has unveiled a new mobile phone that can be charged by the power of the sun. The Samsung E1107 looks like a normal mobile phone but when you flip it on its back it has a solar panel.
Nokia boffins have created a phone able to power itself from ambient radiowaves. This means that it can charge itself up from the weak TV, radio, wi-fi and mobile phone signals that constantly surround us.
I don’t mean to make you feel bad if you’re reading this on your iPhone, LG Arena, SE Xperia, Samsung Omnia, Nokia 5800 or yet another phone that doesn’t get caught in loose pocket threads thanks to a smooth touchscreen surface, but unfortunately your phone impacts more negatively on the environment than the standard candy bar […]
With money concerns high on everyone’s agenda lately, it may be time to spare a thought for the issue that used to dominate the media before we realised that we’d have to pay an extra 25p a day for a latte: the environment. Yes it’s still lurking around us and yes, we’re still not doing […]
Hands up who recycles their batteries! No? Well I confess I’m guilty of throwing them out when the old ones in my remote control work as well as if I had put two pieces of baby corn into the compartment. At the moment less than 3 per cent of portable batteries in the UK are […]
Here’s a nifty device that will not only save the environment, but save you money too, by regulating the water you use ever time you smell bad. The eaga ShowerSmart regulates the flow rate of a non-electric shower to 7.8 litres per minute – the equivalent of a powerful electric shower. That by itself may […]