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  • How To Start Fresh And Stay Safe With A New Device Crunch Network

    How To Start Fresh And Stay Safe With A New Device

    The New Year signals the kickoff of the great gadget migration, when our once-beloved devices become hand-me-downs. Reusing perfectly good electronics is always better than trashing them, but it is important to take a few sensible, yet crucial precautions before passing on that smartphone, tablet or PC. Likewise, if you are the lucky recipient of someone else’s generous donation, there are… Read More

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    INNOVATE2016: Ben Jealous On DC’s Closed Doors And The Democrats’ Sharing Economy Problem

    Democrats are spending too much time defending Wall Street and traditional cab companies than, for example, acknowledging how empowering the peer-to-peer revolution is for Uber drivers or Airbnb renters. Read More

  • Duke Energy And ITOCHU Testing New Uses For Old Electric Vehicle Batteries

    Duke Energy and ITOCHU Corp. announced a partnership today through which they will evaluate and test new uses for old electric vehicle (EV) batteries. Once they are too spent for life on-the-road, EV batteries could store power and deliver a charge elsewhere, the companies reason. EV batteries falling below 80 percent of their original capacity when fully charged will be candidates for… Read More

  • Plan now for dealing with holiday e-waste

    Chances are you’ll be replacing some tried-and-true piece of personal electronics with a newer, faster, better model. Whether it’s replacing an MP3 player with a new one, or replacing an old computer or laptop, what do you do with the old stuff? Hopefully you don’t just throw it away, especially if it still works! Read More