iPhone Case To Convert Radio Waves Into Electricity

Nikola Labs, an Ohio-based startup, discover new iphone case that can charge your smartphone's battery that's almost dying without reaching out to a power source or even a portable charger.It is not an extra battery; it simply works passively.Essentially it is harvesting back the ambient RF energy already being produced by the phone. It converts the wasted 90 percent of energy the phone produces trying to pump out a cellphone signal, and puts it back into the phone, thus powering it for up to 30 percent longer.Nikola Labs launched the new iPhone case at TechCrunch Disrupt: A demo version of the case was connected to a live voltmeter and was able to create power fluctuations when it was placed near a Linksys WiFi router.

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