PCs, Mobile Phones Can Save the Environment, Says Study Funded by Makers of PCs, Mobile Phones

By using more computers and mobile phones, we can cut carbon dioxide emissions by 15 percent and save $1 trillion in reduced electricity and fuel costs, according to a study from something called the Climate Group.

Bloomberg reported on the study, which it notes was funded by, among other people Microsoft (MSFT), Cisco (CSCO) and Nokia (NOK), the world’s leading providers of PC software, networking equipment and mobile phones, respectively.

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