Meir Aloni, Real Estate Pro in Plantation, FL

Is the End of the Dead Battery Near?

Asked by Meir Aloni, Plantation, FL Mon Aug 18, 2014

Hunting for a wall-socket to charge your phone may one day be a thing of the past. Nokia is working with researchers from Queen Mary University of London to develop new technology that one day may be able to charge your smartphone with sound.
It’s the latest in a string of technologies aimed at creating faster, more efficient ways to charge tech devices, and also keep them charged longer. Numerous consumer polls have shown that a better battery life is the most important feature to smartphone users. As such, researchers have been in a race to develop longer-lasting, faster charging batteries.
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OK, so you hook the mechanical gizmo up to your jaw so it produces energy to run the phone as you talk. Brilliant.
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