The New IMac Announcment Coming

The rumor is that we will be seeing another big announcement from Apple next week. This time, instead of rolling out a disappointment of a phone (I didn’t mean that), they are possibly revamping the IMacs.Just in time to announce them one week before windows 8. What a coincidence…. Who knows, maybe Apple really did […]

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Those pesky CRTs

CRT monitors are becoming a larger and larger issue in the E-Cycling world. With so little demand for recycled components of these former staples of the computing and A/V world, and they are beginning to pile up. Why is there so little demand for them you say? Well good question! let me illuminate the issues […]

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The future of 3D printing

With 3D printing beginning to become affordable thanks to companies such as printrbot and makerbot, how long until the revolution truly begins and every home in America has a 3D printer? 3D printing isn’t that new, companies have been using it for years to make prototypes and models. For example, Ikea produces many of it’s […]

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Apple’s new dock connector not good for the landfills or your wallet.

With this week’s iPhone 5 announcement, Apple confirmed many rumors about the new phone, both good and bad. The most disappointing confirmation of all, though, is the resized, redesigned, and still proprietary new dock connector. Apple calls the new connector Lightning, but giving it a clever name doesn’t mean it adds anything but dollars in […]

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Terraforming?

I was just surfing around Dvice.com and came across this article concerning weather modification through controlled atmospheric aerosol release. This is in of itself is a pretty awe inspiring concept, the ability to reverse global warming on even a temporary basis. However being a Sci-Fi fan of course the first thing I think of is […]

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Apple V. Samsung

Before we get into the real meat of this post, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Tim Hilton and will be taking over the blog. I am new to the Capasset family and look forward to my time here. Now onto the subject of today’s blog, the ongoing patent war between Apple […]

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Capitol Asset Recycling, Inc. Chosen to Provide Mom’s Organic Market Electronics Recycling Services for its 25th Anniversary

June 29, 2012 In celebration of MOM’s Organic Market’s 25th Anniversary, Capitol Asset Recycling, Inc. has been chosen to provide all MOM’s stores with Electronics Recycling service.  MOM’s customers are encouraged to bring their old electronics from businesses and homes to any of the 8 My Organic Market stores located in: Alexandria, VA; Bowie ,MD; […]

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