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How can I recycle my old cell phone?
What’s the best solar powered gadget charger on the market?
If you’ve ever wondered about the answers to these or any other green gadget questions, you’re in luck – because Inhabitat has teamed up with renowned gadget geek Peter Rojas from gadget Q&A site GDGT.com to answer all your burning green tech questions. Peter Rojas is the co-founder of gdgt, Gizmodo, Joystiq, RCRD LBL and a little website called Engadget (maybe you’ve heard of it?). Peter knows anything and everything about consumer electronics, and he’ll be coming on board Inhabitat for the month of June to help our readers navigate the choppy waters of sustainability in relation to consumer electronics. Each week, Peter will be answering YOUR questions about green technology, if you have a burning question for him about anything green and gadgetty – from phones, to apps, to cameras to chargers – submit it today by leaving your questions in the comments below or tweet your question with the hashtag #AskATechGeek.
To try to provoke as many good questions as possible we’re sweetening the deal – we’ll be giving away your choice of Inhabitat T-shirt to every questioner that Peter answers, so ask a great question and win an inhabi-fab shirt (worth $35)!
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION TO PETER
1. Leave it as a comment below
2. Tweet it to @Inhabitat and/or @peterrojas with the hashtag #AskATechGeek.
Peter will be answering the first question this week to kick off the ‘Ask A Tech Geek’ column and will continue to answer readers’ questions weekly until the end of June, so get your questions in now!
About Peter Rojas
Peter’s got some pretty impressive nerd credentials. He is the co-founder of technology websites gdgt, Engadget, Gizmodo and video gaming blog Joystiq. He writes about and reviews gadgets daily and has been quoted as a consumer electronics expert.
Disclosure: he’s also married to Inhabitat’s founder, Jill Fehrenbacher.
gdgt (say it like “gadget”) is the place to ask someone who actually knows the answer to your gadget question. Build your product list and we’ll send you the best new reviews of the gadgets you want, and the most helpful questions and answers about the gadgets you have.
Thank you to our generous sponsor Sprint for making this ‘Ask a Tech Geek’ column possible.
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