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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
'Necessary, effective,' claims Grayling.
Battery can go poof, apparently.
Fully charges in under a minute.
CLBattery has announced that it's producing a new battery using wonder-material graphene.
Silicon can be used to create batteries that charge in 15mins and last a week.
A team of researchers have created an ultra-thin, flexible, rechargeable battery.
A group of researchers have developed a means of reducing the fire risk from lithium ion batteries.
Work at Imperial College London on plastic supercapacitor material holds the potential to rid the world of batteries once and for all, turning a device's case into the power source.
Panasonic has announced improvements to its Lithium-Ion power cell technology which hold the promise of a 30 percent improvement - although not until 2013.
A new form of lithium ion battery developed at MIT holds the promise of a laptop which can fully charge in under twenty seconds.
Fire extinguishers had to be used to deal with an Apple PowerBook G4 after it caught fire in a London office, resulting in 6ft flames and sparks
Sony has issued a product recall for around 100,000 laptop batteries that have an irritating tendency to bust into flames - and not for the first time.
M2E Power has announced that its motion-based charger for portable devices is fully working, and will hit the market in 2009 - but don't expect miracles.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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