Posts Tagged: "Batteries"

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Cota Might Finally Make Wireless Power A Reality

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One of the greatest dreams of Nicola Tesla was, literally, wireless electricity. Power, everywhere, no matter what your location, no matter what your gadget. And it looks like Cota might be the first step to making that dream a reality. Power Without Wires It’s not really as weird as you...

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SolePower Puts A Backup Battery In Your Sneaker

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Phones die while we’re out all the time, but it’s especially annoying when we just need a bit more juice for a text message or a quick check of the bus times. So, for those moments when you need some juice for your phone, consider funding SolePower’s Kickstarter....

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Best Deals Last Week: September 26th (List)

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The past week has surely left us with a variety of different sales, with items ranging from games to cameras and TVs some new pre-orders have also come along for the ride. Here’s 10 that made a mark: 10. Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX97 Digital Cameras – $279 Here’s a doozy of...

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Continuance AA Battery Concept Adds USB

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AA batteries aren’t going away anytime soon.  You can thank digital cameras, a variety of toys, and Xbox 360 controllers for that.  However, there are probably now more USB powered gadgets than their are standard battery powered toys on the market today.  Making sure you’ve got a back up battery...

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MiLi Powerskin And Pocketpal Review

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MiLi’s latest battery pack for the iPhone 3G and 3Gs, the Power Skin, is black, simple and easy to use.  It has an on/off switch and four LED lights to indicate its remaining charge.  MiLi claims that it has 1200 mah, just 19 mAh short of the iPhone 3Gs’ battery. ...

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Shake To Recharge These Batteries

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Any where you look you can find some form of energy.  These batteries from Brother can be physically shook to be recharged.  Hard to believe I know.  It’s not clear how much energy can be produced by physically rattling the batteries, but our guess is that the ratio is rather...