Greenpeace takes a bite out of Apple's dirty datacentres


Green group urges firm to follow lead of Google and Facebook by investing in more efficient datacentres

Greenpeace has warned a number of cloud computing providers, including Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, about the damaging effects their datacentres are having on the environment. In a new report, entitled...

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