We are constantly in motion all day long. It’s a human thing to want to be busy, and perhaps why humans are in control, at least for now.
After an extreme storm damaged the power cable from the Australian mainland in late 2015, the island of Tasmania faced an energy drought. To make things worse, it faced a real drought too
Lewis Urry, born 1947 in Pontypool, Ontario was an unbelievably modest man. He believed in doing his work without claiming credit for himself.
Australia’s first astronaut, Dr Paul Scully-Power helped establish a New South Wales drone pilot training school in February 2017. The initial goal was training lifeguards
Apple’s ‘easy workaround’ of its failing battery problem is costing it money, and now great inconvenience too it seems. It’s bad enough having to replace 519 million of them
Several news feeds reported Apple battery fires last week. Apparently these happened while employees were replacing iPhone lithium batteries at two Apple stores.
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
There is nothing complicated about wireless charging. We have been using electromagnetic induction for decades in various guises.
It’s hard to believe there were no power stations once, in early days of electricity and battery science. You see, electricity was still a mystery back then.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has decided it is time batteries replace peaker plants running on gas in his city. Greentech Media sees this as explicit recognition of the harmful greenhouse emissions