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A new battery-gauge chip could make mobile phones more reliable and help them last longer on a single charge.
It’s a lot harder to find your lost smartphone if the battery is dead. A new app can tell you its last known whereabouts.
A sheath of carbon nanotubes or conductive polymer improves the charge-storage capacity of electrodes.
A123’s new factory exploits automation and advances in nanotechnology.
A new cathode design could result in batteries that can store double the amount possible with current electric car batteries.
A study finds problems, but also offers software fixes that could help cell phones last significantly longer between charges.
Nanotube-filled capsules could restore conductivity to damaged electronics.
Saving power in mobile devices.