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Cellphone Nano Battery technology

Cellphone Nano Battery technology

Swiss' research into nanotechnology could extend cellphone battery life tenfold.

The École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne's Steeper project uses nanoscience and nanowires to "close" up leaky transistors. Eventually they hope to build a computer that utilises negligible energy in sleep mode, called a zero-watt PC.

The US spends an approximate $4 billion each year on lost electricity, according to the Department of Energy.


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