Battery Articles

Scientists are working to create 2-minute Li-Ion charging batteries

  • 14/10/2014 at 17:32 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Girl PhoneScientists at the Singapore based Nanyang Technology University have made a next step breakthrough in battery technology. They have created batteries that can recharge to 70% in just two minutes, and which last an estimated twenty years before degrading.

As devices of all types become increasingly more sophisticated, an problem plagues the consumer technology industry: how can they be powered? One of the biggest complaints from smartphone users, for example, is the short battery life, and how often they have to be charged. A more recent call for batteries in electric vehicles, which offer a real alternative to gas guzzling models, has been heard across the world. Which is where this latest project was based.

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Phone Batteries will last longer, says Hitachi

  • 06/04/2010 at 20:47 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Lithium-Ion BatteryGood news found today around the Internet: it seams that from next year our cellphone batteries will last longer.

How is that possible? Hitachi announced a new technology that will double the time of the lithium ion batteries. Of course it will be a secret metallic material and the positive electrode of the battery will use manganese instead of cobalt, which will make the price even lower than it was. Thank to this new metallic material Hitachi achieved to expand the life span of the battery to 10 years.

So, dear fellows starting March 2011(according to Hitachi) new mobile phones will be equipped with this long-lasting batteries.

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A smartphone, Nokia E52

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Nokia announced today a new model, E52. We are proud to offer you some details about this smartphone.

The main advantage of this phone is the battery, which last in stadby mode up to 28 days(wow!) and 8 hours in talk time.

As look, this phone is same as E55 one, the only thing different is the QWERTY keyboard which is missing on E52 one.

The gadget comes with an 2.4″ display and with a 3.2 megapixel fullfocus camera.

As connectivity options the gadget contain the following ones: 3G with HSDPA 10.2 Mbps and HSUPA 2Mbps support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microUSB; Gps is also included.
Is very slim, Nokia claiming this will be the thickest model, having just 9.9 mm. Another interesting options are the noise cancellation, the new email interface and all Ovi services.

The phone have 60Mb internal memory and will be shipped with 1gb microSD memory card in our homes from second half of this year with an estimated price of 245 euro.

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