Researchers at the University of Sydney just worked out how to solve one of the biggest problems standing in the way for zinc-air batteries to replace lithium-ion batteries as our go-to for modern electronics.
If you own your home, there are lots of little ways you can improve your house for long-term energy savings that cut down your utility bills. The US Department of Energy has a whole page dedicated eight of these projects with in-depth guides.
Hi Lifehacker, I've been looking into kitting out my home with some smarter technology, but I'm wondering if the benefits are worth the steeper price. Are smart lights more energy efficient and long-term cost effective than standard LED lights?
We've shown you lots of ways to save money on your power bills, from the drastic to the simple and easy, but the biggest energy sinks around your house are probably the big ones you use most often. This quiz helps you see which of your appliances or comforts uses more energy, and explains how much.