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Richard Adhikari
Tech Titans Pledge Continued Paris Accord Support
06/03/17 10:44 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 739 Words

For example, Dell EMC "has a variety of initiatives," he told TechNewsWorld, including "using recycled materials in their packaging ... and an initiative to recycle plastics floating in the ocean."

Still, many tech companies "talk the talk but don't walk the...

Mike Baukes
Yahoo and the Year of Living Dangerously
01/20/17 12:22 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1187 Words

In an information technology environment where Internet users commonly recycle the same credentials across the dozens of sites they regularly use, password reuse attacks are a growing threat.

Such an attack against Yahoo users has precedent, and the results could be frightening.

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Heightened Hearing, Toasty Toes, and Glass Speakers
12/22/16 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 779 Words

It's easy to disassemble, so it's supposedly a cinch to recycle or repair. The speaker will monitor itself for any problems and send you a notification if it needs attention. I hope the sound quality is solid, though the handsome design is...

Pam Baker
The Brand New Made-in-Space Frontier
03/25/16 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1375 Words

Soon 3D printers in space will be able to recycle things aboard a spacecraft that are no longer needed or waste from construction and other processes on an alien planet.

However, 3D printers themselves create waste.

The "main cons include...

Kris Holt
Gadget Ogling: Custom Kicks, Heartbeat Tricks, and Office Picks
12/05/15 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 840 Words

Unlike traditional methods, it doesn't require water to recycle paper.

I'd feel far less guilty about crafting ever-so-slightly obscene doodles during office meetings if I knew the paper wouldn't go to waste.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Bad Drawings

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Jack M. Germain
Elementary OS 'Freya' Is Worth the Wait
10/02/14 6:34 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1470 Words

Part of the reason that the Pantheon desktop works so well is that it does not merely recycle existing Linux system tools to make them fit Freya. Rather, the developers created applications built specifically for Elementary OS.

For example, Dexter is...

Richard Adhikari
Botnet Twists the Knife in iCloud Security
09/10/14 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 611 Words

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
For the record, though, "Waledac and Kelihos both send spam, and this is the reason for the confusion," IT security expert Sorin Mustaca told TechNewsWorld. Both use email to spread but in different ways.

The same...

Richard Adhikari
Microsoft Aims to Put Some MacBook Airs Out of Circulation
06/24/14 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 650 Words

Microsoft is offering up to US$650 worth of in-store credit to MacBook Air owners who are willing to trade them in...

David Vranicar
Founder of Russian Social Media Says He Got the Boot
04/23/14 9:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 545 Words

The Cupertino company recently announced that customers can recycle any old Apple device by bringing it to an official company store.

[Source: Los Angeles Times...

Rachelle Dragani
Apple Shoots for 'Better'
04/22/14 12:54 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 602 Words

The campaign focuses on Apple's efforts to increase the energy efficiency of its devices, to ethically source materials, to recycle more of its products and to work toward the goal of powering its data centers and its campus with 100 percent renewable...

Vivian Wagner
Gear and Gadgets for Hitting the Slopes
01/29/14 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 897 Words

We should try to recycle skis -- they are currently mostly throwaway -- but really, recycling is not the answer. Old-school skis could always be repaired and fixed. Most new ones cannot."

Greener ski manufacturing goes hand-in-hand with the trend toward combining...

David Vranicar
Microchips May Haunt Tombstone Thieves
11/18/13 3:07 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 591 Words

They pawn them to stonemasons who recycle the materials, simultaneously staking their claim to a seat in the underworld.

[Source: The Associated Press ]

PlayStation 4 Sees Strong Early Sales
A cool million units of the new PlayStation 4...

Peter Suciu
Hot Off the 3D Presses: A New Generation of Fitness Equipment
09/17/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1244 Words

Reduced Waste
One issue that 3D printing does face is that it currently isn't easy to recycle the finished product, which is made up of layers of material.

"Our hope is to reduce waste in our production process," Marks...

Richard Adhikari
'Red October' Cyberspy Attack Hits Diplomats, Governments, Scientists
01/15/13 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 667 Words

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The attackers reused exploits created by other attacks and used previously against Tibetan activists as well as military and energy sector targets in Asia, Schouwenberg said. The attackers replaced the exploit executables with their own code.

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Patrick Nelson
All Things Appy: 5 Best Windows 8 Entertainment Apps
12/14/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 584 Words

... are threatening to relegate favorites and software to the recycle bin. TechNewsWorld's All Things Appy looks at the best apps for our mobile devices today. This week, our focus is on entertainment apps for the Windows 8 ecosystem.

Windows 8, Microsoft's...

Chris Maxcer
For Apple, Repairability Rules Don't Apply
12/06/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1350 Words

Except that these days, with each new Apple product I buy, I can see how each one is harder and harder to get into, how they are harder to fix, and how if I don't shell out for the extra AppleCare warranty, I might end up with a paperweight that's a pain in the butt to safely recycle. ...

Peter Suciu
The Perplexing Carbon Fiber Repurposing Problem
09/18/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 951 Words

It won't degrade, and it is extremely difficult to recycle.

The reason is that once it is in its product form, it needs to be chopped up to be recycled. The strength of the material is actually in the fact that...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's EPEAT Flip Floppery: Maybe Genius, More Likely Just Dumb
07/19/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1504 Words

Why ditch EPEAT? At first glance, it seemed as if Apple was taking its ball and going home because it didn't want to create big products with a lot of screws so people could take them apart and recycle them more easily. Or...

Rachelle Dragani
A Little Apple Tablet Could Mean Big Trouble for Rivals
07/18/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 685 Words

"This victory is tempered by the reality that Apple is moving the entire industry in the direction of products that are less and less easy to repair and recycle," she said. "That's why Apple wanted to leave EPEAT, and it inevitably...

Erika Morphy
Apple Finds It's Easier to Be Green Than Not
07/16/12 10:15 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 599 Words

Products that are certified to these standards are seen as energy-efficient and easier to recycle. U.S. law requires that 95 percent of federal agencies' purchases of electronic products be EPEAT-compliant, which probably had much to do with Apple's decision to change course,...

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