Battery life is one of the most critical issues for smartphone vendors and users. On the other hand, we have already seen so many innovative technologies that can recharge a battery within a very short time. But now, researchers at Nanyang Technology University (NTU) have developed fast-charging batteries that can retain charge for 20 years.
We've seen many great combinations throughout history, and we now have one more to add to the list. Lately, researchers at the Ohio State University have invented the world's first solar battery. It runs on light and air.
If you switch on a laptop or a phone that was switched off at a stretch for a long time after a full recharge, you will find that it doesn't contain full charge. So where did the charge go? For long time researchers have been trying to find out an appropriate and acceptable answer of this question and now the researchers at the US Department of Energy claim that they have found why rechargeable batteries lose charge.
We have seen curved OLED TV, urine-powered robots, urine powered mobile phone charger and many other innovative technologies. Now, it's time to see flexible printed batteries which is said to power wearable devices.
Batteries play a very important role in electronic devices. Researchers are trying to make an affordable and environmentally friendly battery out of sand. It is being touted that such sand-based lithium ion batteries will outperform standard by up to 300%.
When it comes to power sources, we often have to rely on two basic components: power supply equipment and power storage batteries. Scientists have now created a copper wire that combines both these functions, storing and transmitting electricity at the same time.
Many of you have faced this that your phone's battery has no charge, but you need to make an important call. No worries, There's a new mobile charger called Charged-Card through which you can recharge your phone's battery instantly. You can keep it in wallet.
If sugar can give human energy, then why can't it give energy to batteries? Based on this thought, researchers at Virginia Tech are now busy in developing a sugar-powered "biobattery" that will be able to store 10 times more energy than lithium-ion batteries found in smartphones.
Modern-day smartphones and tablets are great tools in that they've put amazing technology literally at our fingertips. But one of the nagging problems of these devices is that they are power-hungry and require frequent recharges. Given below are a few tips that will let you recharge your iPhone, iPad, or any other Android devices significantly faster.
There are many companies at present, who are planning to invent folding batteries. In the mean time, mobile maker Nokia has patented a file for folding batteries.