Sony is developing smartphone batteries that will last 40 percent longer

December 23, 2015 by  
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In the age of the smartphone, a world of information and connection are right at our fingertips. That is, until our batteries run out of juice. Sony just released its plans to produce a laminate battery for smartphones which could increase battery life by 40 percent. The technology is promising and could completely change the word of smartphones, but we may have to wait until 2020 to get our hands on them. Read the rest of Sony is developing smartphone batteries that will last 40 percent longer

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Scientists Developing Next-Gen Carbon Nanotube Microchips

October 29, 2012 by  
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Carbon nanotube image from Shutterstock Carbon nanotubes are heralded as a next-gen wonder material capable of creating everything from space elevators to better batteries , and now a team of scientists is working on creating high-performance computer chips using the microscopic fibers. The team believes that the carbon nanotubes’ electronic properties could yield performance superior to current silicon-based devices. Read the rest of Scientists Developing Next-Gen Carbon Nanotube Microchips Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon , carbon nanotubes , computer chips , electronic devices , ibm , microchips , nature nanotechnology , silicon

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