Green efforts to help combat planned obsolescence

Consumer goods with low life spans means products need to be replaced more frequently. Planned obsolescence has existed for years and is a policy of deliberately creating consumer goods that quickly become obsolete and need to be replaced, which could be because the item was made using nondurable materials, frequently changing the designs for next gen models, or terminating the supply of replacement parts. Thus, these types of products are not only purposely designed to ensure that consumers will end up spending more in the long run to replace them,…

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Solar Powered Smartphone Battery Cases

One of the most annoying things about smart phones… is how the battery charge can get positively devoured in a short period of time, without you being aware of it. This usually happens when you forget that you’re running multiple applications (the GPS is a big culprit), or your phone is actively searching for a wireless network, or when you desperately need to have access to a functioning phone because of something crucial. Naturally, you run out of power, usually in mid-conversation, and you can’t even call the person back…

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A glimpse at today’s and tomorrow’s luxury cars

Transportation has become an important part of society and like anything else in society; it is susceptible to the enjoyment of those that make up that society. Luxury has long been a term that has been used to identify a high class of vehicles. A luxury car today┬átends to offer something that simply cannot be found with conventional vehicles. Beyond the multitude of features that set luxury cars apart, there is a certain prestige that has come to drape these vehicles, adding to their attraction. Features and gadgetry Luxury cars…

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