01/17/2014, When it comes to geeks and their computers as well as mobile devices and personal electronics, I guess there is just one way of putting it – you can never have enough power ports or battery life! Having said that, working with a notebook is cool, especially when you are not limited to the confines of an office. The thing is, notebooks do run on battery power, and battery power […]
12/03/2013, If you use a bicycle on a daily basis, you know just how much energy can be harnessed from simply riding your bike, although many of us just use them to get from point A to point B. That’s all about to change as a startup based out of Cambridge, Massachusetts has began selling its Copenhagen Wheel that may introduce new ways for bike riders to use their favorite mode […]
11/17/2013, “Physician, heal thyself!” How many times have we heard of such a statement mentioned? Well, the very idea of a self-healing material has been mooted for quite some time already, but lately, such technology has been made affordable enough to be reproduced on a mass scale. When it comes to modern day devices, many people are concerned about the kind of battery life that these devices will offer, but what […]
10/01/2013, [CEATEC 2013] It is not every day that you see a DeLorean DMC-12, but on the CEATEC showfloor this year, this is exactly what we saw. This particular ride will not be able to help you perform some time travel shenanigans, and neither is it going to accelerate to 88 miles per hour (141.6 km/h) in order to activate the flux capacitor simply because there is none to begin with. […]
09/12/2013, There’s nothing quite like owning a gadget that has its own rechargeable battery, which makes charging it much easier as all you’ll need to do is plug in its charger while sitting back and enjoying the good life. We know there are those of you who prefer to taking recharging into your own hands as rechargeable batteries are much easier to replace than your gadget that includes its own rechargeable […]
08/14/2013, It goes without saying that in this day and age, one cannot live without a slew of devices at the side – a smartphone and a notebook for instance, and if you happen to do a fair bit of traveling as well, a tablet would come in handy for you to keep up to date with news on the Internet sans the bulk of a notebook. Unfortunately, the bane of […]
08/14/2013, We know how important battery life is for a pretty much any device you carry around, whether it be a smartphone, laptop or handheld gaming system. One of the last things anyone wants to go through is having 5% battery life on their device when they really need to use it. But researchers at the University of Washington have come up with a way to allow mobile devices to essentially […]
07/16/2013, Managing your smartphone’s battery is something most heavy users tend to do as leaving several applications draining your battery while they run in the background isn’t as fun as it sounds, especially if you won’t be able to recharge your device for hours. We’re sure you already have your app of choice that helps extend your battery, but this might be one battery extender application you’ll want to check out […]
06/19/2013, Batteries go green with wood as one of the ingredients.
05/24/2013, Intel claims its Haswell will extend the battery life in laptops by at least 50 percent.
05/20/2013, Eesha Khare invented a device which can recharge cell phone batteries in 20 seconds.
04/25/2013, Google revealed the specs of its Google Glass earlier this month where they said the wearable computer will have a 5MP camera, will be capable of projecting a 25-inch display and promises an all-day battery. Unfortunately, it looks like that promise of an all-day battery may not be as true as Google would have us believe as reports are coming in Google Glass might have a problem with its battery. […]
04/18/2013, When you consider how much we rely on our mobile devices and what they’re capable of, it’s kind of silly to think we need to continually have them charging in order to get the most use out of them later. But what if you could plug in a smartphone battery when it’s completely dead, to have it fully charged in less than a second? That’s what is currently being developed […]
03/27/2013, iOS 6.1.3 was released last week in order to help fix its passcode security flaw, but it looks as though Apple may have rushed its release a tad as a number of iOS users who updated to the latest version are complaining of both battery drain and Wi-Fi issues. A number of iOS users have taken to Apple’s Support Communities forum to reveal iOS 6.1.3 has been draining their batteries more […]