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Meet the (leaked) Lenovo P770, the first smartphone with a 3,500 mAh battery

by: AdrianNovember 6, 2012
If there’s one area we haven’t seen enough innovation and development in, that’s definitely battery life, with the battle being more or less left at Motorola’s discretion. The Razr Maxx and Maxx HD, with their 3,300 mAh batteries, are the clear leaders in the autonomy department, but they still feel like they can be pushed further forward.
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Nexus 4 design flaws revealed by internal shot, battery might be easily replaceable after all

by: AdrianNovember 5, 2012
LG and Google’s Nexus 4 is all everyone’s talking about lately, but, with so many great things going for it, it was only a matter of time until people started finding the 4.7-incher some faults. After all, you can’t make a quad-core super-phone with Android 4.2 on board available for $300 and not sacrifice something, right?
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Which test: Galaxy S3 wins battery challenge, heavily beats Apple’s iPhone 5

by: AdrianOctober 12, 2012
With (some of) the hype surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5 finally toning down, it’s time to clear our heads, let our egos rest, and try to objectively answer the age-old question – is the new iPhone better than all Android phones?
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New research cuts Li-Ion battery charging time in half

by: J. Angelo RacomaOctober 5, 2012
Researchers at the University of California San Diego are focusing on a different means to improve efficiency. Their technology involves an improved algorithm that enables phone batteries to charge two times faster than conventional Li-Ion batteries. These battery packs also run more efficiently, and cost 25% less to produce.
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Battery Doctor: Diagnosing your phone’s battery health

by: Dan EvansSeptember 26, 2012

The more powerful the phone, the more things it can do. Unfortunately, the more things a phone can do, the faster its battery will drain. You can’t expect a person to multitask and not get tired, after all. It’s easy to abuse our phones. When you have a powerful processor and a lot of storage space available, it’s pretty hard not to install and use a lot of apps at one time. Though theoretically a device can last, say, up to 12 hours, you might find it kicking the bucket at only 8. It isn’t a device malfunction, but it’s the way you’re burning through your battery power. What’s an Android user to do when she or he has to stretch the [...]

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HTC to crank up the battery on One X+, rumors say

by: Bams SadewoSeptember 15, 2012
It is obvious that HTC isn’t going to let the lucrative Q4 market roll by without trying to entice customers with some new devices. In the case of the One X+, it is but a slightly improved version of the leader in the One series. Now, we already know most things about the HTC One X+, the details of which have been confirmed by its recent FCC filing. But HTC apparently isn’t quite satisfied yet and is going to make some final tweak to the phone.
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Video: Motorola’s first Droid RAZR Maxx HD ad emphasizes the massive battery

by: ŠtefanSeptember 14, 2012
Motorola has just uploaded a 30 second Droid RAZR Maxx HD ad that emphasizes the device's incredibly long 32 hour battery life. Will people buy it for that reason?
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LG creates bendy batteries, new smartphone designs made possible

by: Simon HillSeptember 3, 2012
New flexible lithium-ion battery technology from LG could open new possibilities for smartphone design. The cable-type batteries are fully flexible and capable of holding a comparable charge to normal smartphone batteries.
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South Korean scientists able to dramatically reduce the charging time of lithium-ion batteries

by: Mike AndriciAugust 16, 2012
South Korean scientists have published research results that could lead to a major improvement in batteries based on Li-Ion. According to researchers, they have developed a method for charging large lithium-ion batteries -- such as those found inside electric cars -- in just a few minutes instead of many hours.
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Low batt? Try charging from your shirt!

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 8, 2012

Researchers from the University of South Carolina have been able to convert a regular, store-bought shirt into a capacitor, which means that the very clothes we wear could, someday, power the myriad of devices we use in our everyday lives.

While wearable devices are currently iffy at best, we do carry a handful of devices on our person, including our smartphones, personal music players, and to some extent, tablets. Noting that electronics are fast becoming part of our wardrobe, a team led by the USC’s Xiaodong Li and Lihong Bao are experimenting on ways how fabric can act as flexible energy sources for devices.

One day our cotton T-shirts could have more [...]

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