A report released today by Greenpeace International finds that major tech companies Apple, Microsoft and Amazon are burning vast amounts of polluting coal to power their data "clouds."
A website that claims to be from Amazon about launching a clean-powered pilot project for its AWS services, alas, isn't true. It's a stunt by the environmentalist at Greenpeace to get Amazon to add more clean power to its cloud. Read Post
Apple is the worst offender among tech giants relying on "dirty energy" like coal to fuel gigantic data centers, according to a scathing Greenpeace report released this week. The report also slammed Amazon and Microsoft for excessiv... Read Post
Activist group Greenpeace today issued a new report entitled How Clean is Your Cloud?, targeting major Internet companies including Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft over their heavy use of coal-derived power for their massive data cente... Read Post