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Submitted by etechmag 592d ago | article

Light-powered screen could mean mobiles never run out of battery

Daily Mail: There is already technology that will can save your phone's location if its battery dies or can send text messages after the power has gone, but what if you could buy a phone that never lost power again because it was permanently on charge? (Gadgets, Smartphone, Tablets)

Credit url: etechmag.com
RE_L_MAYER  +   591d ago
Idk how its supposed to work again? Like a solar battery?
gamernova  +   591d ago
Sure, upgrade our devices where power is no big deal but ignore the cars that completely hurt our wallet.
JP1369  +   591d ago
Yeah, I'm sure the tech could transfer directly to the automotive world but they just decided they would rather not solve a dozen of the world's problems all at once and become heroes and trillionaires. /s
Anarki  +   591d ago
So if light powers the screen, and the screen produces light does that mean infinite electricity yo'

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