Fairphone adds fully refurbished handsets to its modular reuse mix

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Away from the premium smartphone feature-utility hyperbole swirling around dynamic islands, mobile devices remain much of a muchness. But ethical mobile brand Fairphone has always done innovation differently — applying attention to supply chain conditions and novel modularity to support repairability and lifespan longevity, with a dual mission to make consumer electronics more ethical and […]

Fairphone adds fully refurbished handsets to its modular reuse mix by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch

Samsung aims to make global operations and products carbon neutral by 2050

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Samsung announced Thursday it will invest more than $5 billion (7 trillion KRW) in its carbon-neutral projects and environmental technologies through 2030, aiming to make its global operations and products net zero carbon emission by 2050 in an effort to tackle the climate crisis. The company says the strategy includes reducing emissions from the production […]

Samsung aims to make global operations and products carbon neutral by 2050 by Kate Park originally published on TechCrunch

The kale came from inside the house, with Click & Grow

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Fresh produce is an important cornerstone of a healthy diet, and if Click & Grow gets a say, it wants to make that easier by inviting you to grow your own food, right at home. The company today launches the Click & Grow 25, which the company says is designed “to provide a farmers’ market […]

Do we really need a $340, Wi-Fi enabled toaster?

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If you’ve heard of Tineco, it’s probably because the 24-year-old company has been making vacuums and hair dryers for a hot minute. The company’s next product is a $339 toaster that connects to your Wi-Fi network and can toast your toast with science and precision, and makes me wonder if there’s any device in our […]