Intel Looking At New Ways to Harness Electricity in Mobile Devices
Dec 8, 2008, 9:07 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Intel recently announced that it is working on ways to grab energy from the environment in order to reduce mobile electronics' reliance on rechargeable batteries for power. The sensors that Intel is working on could capture solar power or convert body movement or heat into electricity. Intel is taking things one step at a time and is currently working on making sensors that can power themselves — so they aren't drawing battery power at all to function. The next step would be for the sensors to generate power for themselves and devices, though Intel said that these capabilities aren't yet possible.
Jan 14, 2021
Samsung today officially unveiled its Galaxy S21 series of flagship phones for 2021. All three models sport a distinctive new "Contour Cut Camera" design where the metal frame extends around one corner to surround the rear cameras.
Mar 23, 2021
OnePlus today announced the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro, its newest flagship phones. The 9 Pro is a true flagship-class phone with a QHD AMOLED display with variable refresh from 1 to 120 Hz, and IP68 water rating, starting at $969.
Feb 9, 2022
Samsung today announced its lineup of flagship phones for 2022: the Galaxy S22 series. The top-end S22 Ultra sees the biggest changes as it essentially absorbs Samsung's Note series with an integrated S Pen stylus and a more Note-like shape and design, instead of the Contour Cut design of the other models.
Aug 10, 2022
Alongside its new foldable phones, Samsung has revealed its newest smartwatches and Bluetooth earbuds, each with significant engineering improvements. The new Galaxy Watch5 has a 13% larger battery and 60% more durable face compared to the Watch4.
How's about we just get enough of a NORMAL battery to make my G1 worth the effort?
(I'm not mad at the idea of these, but this year's been so boring as a whole that it almost seems like everyone's grasping at straws to be innovative)