The term ‘polarity’ refers to opposite poles, or contradictory tendencies. We could if we liked write about polarity in American politics. Instead, we’ll mention Spaceship Earth has north and south poles
Apple’s knee-jerk reaction to replace fading iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 7, 7 Plus and SE batteries is turning out expensive. Perhaps it could have benefited from asking an accountant
It’s almost impossible to imagine a household without batteries. From televisions to our staple gadgets, batteries are like lifelines that fuel our favorite gizmos. And like all good things, they eventually run out. So where do we toss them once they’ve dried out of juice? The answer is simple: in the recycling. One thing though, […]
We dedicate this post to all the wonderful people we meet through our battery business, and on this blog. We hope you have a truly Happy New Year this 2018
Murphy’s Law dictates you will hear your auto engine clicking only in the dead of winter when it is freezing cold. You see batteries are a bit like teenagers
The most important letter in recycling was the capital ‘R’ for ‘recycling’ until a few years ago. However, now other letters are being considered important as well.
May we begin by wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! We appreciate our friends who follow our blog faithfully
As we approach Christmas and the holidays, we should remember to treat electricity with care. This is especially important at this time
Apple is the talk of town this morning, following its admission of deliberately slowing down iPhones as their batteries age. Apparently, this is part of the original software.
Yesterday 17 December 2017 turned out different for the residents of a low-rise apartment block in Indianapolis. Because around 9 a.m. a women noticed smoke