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November 11th, 2010
If visions of a new computer, an upgraded cell phone or a flat screen TV are dancing in your head this holiday season, you donâ€™t necessarily have to feel guilty about it. No one will confuse adding 50 inches of viewing pleasure with planting a tree when it comes to carbon footprint, but bringing that shiny new toy into your home may not be quite the environmental faux pas it used to be.
From design to operation to disposal, electronics are getting a little more eco-friendly. Thatâ€™s a good thing, too, since we seem to be incorporating more and more of them into our daily lives. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, a typical American household features 24 electronic devices, from clock radios to DVDs and Blu-Ray players to computers and TVs.
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February 18th, 2010
From Green Right Now Reports
Whether or not cell phone radiation presents a human health risk remains one of those dangling public health questions. Some studies have suggested that longtime users of cell phones face an increased chance of developing brain or salivary gland cancers. But many others have found no link, prompting some public health groups to give cell phone a clean bill.
Motorola Droid at the high end of the radiation scale at 1.49 SAR when held at the ear
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