Purdue Team Tackling ‘No-Sleep Energy Bugs’ That Drain Smartphone Batteries

June 15, 2012 by  
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Are you fed up with your smartphone battery draining by lunchtime? Especially when you’re not even using it? Well, a team from Purdue University have set out to tackle this problem by proposing a method that automatically detects “no-sleep energy bugs” — a type of software glitch that can drain your battery without you knowing it. Read the rest of Purdue Team Tackling ‘No-Sleep Energy Bugs’ That Drain Smartphone Batteries Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: API , no-sleep energy bugs , Purdue University , smartphone battery , smartphone battery life , smartphone battery status , why does my smartphone battery drain so fast

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Green-Roofed Cannon Beach Home in Oregon Generates More Energy Than it Uses

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Green-Roofed Cannon Beach Home in Oregon Generates More Energy Than it Uses

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