Greenpeace has release a report that praises Apple, Facebook and Google for their green energy efforts, which it says are driving a "renewable energy revolution."
Nokia is yet again deemed to be the 'greenest' technology company in the latest quarterly edition of the Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics.
Eco-campaigners at Greenpeace have criticised the idea of an internet 'cloud' - with data centres built by the likes of Facebook, Apple, Google and others still largely powered by coal.
The UN has issued a stark warning that the world could face mountains of electronic waste in the coming decade.
Nintendo has responded to Greenpeace's recent accusations that the gaming giant is environmentally irresponsible by claiming that the Wii is "notably the most energy efficient [console] of its generation."
Dell today became the first major computer manufacturer to ban the export of non-working electronics to developing countries as part of its global policy on responsible electronics disposal.
ExclusiveGreenpeace released its latest annual Green Electronics Survey report earlier this month, with a number of leading brands absent from the rankings completely, including Apple and Nintendo.
Apple has made a big deal of its supposed eco-friendly credentials at Macworld in San Francisco this week, with the release of the new 17-inch MacBook Pro fronting the company's latest eco-friendly focused PR campaign.
Greenpeace has yet again slammed tech firms such as Nintendo and Microsoft in its latest Guide to Greener Electronics report.