There is a pile of stuff out there on the internet about preserving smartphone battery life. And this has become increasingly essential as the devices worm their way into every aspect of our lives.
An eminent group of judges gathers once a year to choose the 100 most disruptive businesses in the world. This is disruptive in the sense of greatest potential to influence
Phone batteries are not that expensive if we know where to look. And that’s not always on the original manufacturer website, either.
Urban legend is a persistent thing. What was once true, or thought correct, is no longer valid. Yet it still pops up, as if throwing salt over our left shoulder will chase away bad luck.
Batteries have become an indispensable part of our lives, on account of the devices they power. We think of smartphones, and the portable computers we call laptops.
While lithium-ion batteries are great when phones are new, their capacity gradually withers like yesterday’s spring flowers. To date, the retail industry has been unhelpful
Smartphone users want slimmer phones that take less time to charge. This can run counter to engineering logic with quite spectacular results.
The virtual newsstands were groaning under the weight of videos of a certain laptop catching fire this morning. In this instance, the teens left their Dell charging on a soft couch.
It is our fault as consumers that smartphone batteries go flat so soon. In the first instance, our vanity demands they be thin as possible which is impractical.
Hot on the heels of the U.S. presidential election, authoritative investment advisers report lithium on the campaign trail again. The first wave comprised the compact rechargeable batteries that populate our smartphones