AVG has published its latest study of the worst battery, data, storage and performance consuming apps on Android smartphones and tablets.
As battery life continues to be a major issue, we take a look what’s holding back OEMs from adopting new technologies, and examine some of the more promising possibilities and industry stopgaps.
An MIT spinoff company called SolidEnergy has a working prototype that makes lithium-ion batteries much thinner, and able to store many more lithium ions.
StoreDot demonstrates the latest version of its super fast charging battery. The new battery is slimmer and the charger looks much more refined.
OnePlus has listed a 10,000 mAh Power Bank on its website with a retail price of $14.99. The power pack will go on sale early next year.
Battery drain and sluggish bloatware got you down? This list of the biggest culprits could help you restore new life to your smartphone and tablet.
Based on Qualcomm Rapid Charge 2.0 tech, the HTC Rapid Charger 2.0 is coming soon, and will charge a small selection of phones up to 60% in just 30 minutes.
Today’s indie app of the day is Potential Beta. Using this application, you can monitor your battery stats from multiple devices on multiple devices!
Kickstarter project Ampy can charge your smartphone by storing kinetic energy from your daily walking and exercise routines.
While we continue to see OEMs attempt to improve CPU, display and other specs, battery often gets ignored in favor of slick, thin designs. Would you like to see a larger battery variant for all your favorite flagships, even if it came at the cost of a bulkier design? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments!