Innovations in Biometrics for Consumer Electronics (via PR Newswire) LONDON, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report: Innovations…
Silicon-based lithium-ion batteries could be a boon for everything from smartphones to EVs, and Stanford researches say pomegranates have inspired a design breakthrough.
The TurboCord is a new portable electric car charger that’s dual voltage and plugs directly into a wall outlet for faster charging times.
A new medical device harvests its energy from moving organs to power implants.
Scientists have created a highly sensitive portable sensor to test the air for the most damaging greenhouse gases.
Cleantech gets a jolt with Google’s $3.2 billion deal to acquire Nest Labs, maker of pretty and smart thermostats, smoke alarms and who knows what’s next.
Wave your phone around, and hundreds of micro-turbines on a sleeve could recharge it in minutes, goes the claim.
From the realm of solar gadgets comes the Sol Cuff, a device you wear on your wrist that uses light to charge your gear while also helping you see at night.
The ZingBox is a limited edition, retro throwback to the 1980s boom box that is powered by solar energy.
Residents of apartment buildings in New York will been given a chance to take part in an innovative recycling program designed to keep gadgets out of landfill.
Using inexpensive materials configured and tuned to capture microwave signals, researchers have designed a power-harvesting device with efficiency similar to that of modern solar panels.