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Review: Kinkoo Infinite One 8,000 mAh Portable Backup Battery Charger

The Kinkoo Infinite One is a power bank like no other. Just released to the market last year, it is by far one of the slimmest power banks on the market. Today, I will be reviewing this power bank to see all that it has to offer.
In the Media by Milton Este

Apple replaces overheating phone chargers

Tech giant Apple has said that it will replace a series of "overheating" device chargers throughout Europe. The issue relates to a USB iPhone charger sold between October 2009 and September 2012.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Advances with graphene to conduct electricity

Manchester - Combining black and white graphene can change the electronic properties of the one-atom thick material. This could lead to advances in electronics.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Nanotech creates super batteries

Miami - Scientists have developed a way to both transmit and store electricity in a single lightweight copper wire. By being able to store and conduct energy on the same wire, heavy, space-consuming batteries could become a thing of the past.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Laptop power bricks could be shrunk to a quarter of current size

A MIT spinout company, FINsix, has developed a power adapter designed for laptops that is around a quarter of the size of the current units used.
In the Media by James Walker

New 'bird' drones land on power lines to recharge themselves

A research project at the MIT university has enabled a student to produce a prototype version of a small unmanned drone that can land on nearby power lines in order to recharge itself when it runs short of power without returning to base.
In the Media by James Walker - 3 comments

Battery charges smartphone in 30 seconds (video)

A super battery has gone on display at a tech show. In a demonstration a Samsung S4 smartphone went from a dead battery to full power in 26 seconds.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Bank exits boost utilities, funds in Europe gas and power trading

Tougher European financial regulations have prompted banks to leave power and gas trading, meaning greater dominance by utilities and trading houses and less appeal for inve...
In the Media by Henning Gloystein and Vera Eckert (Reuters)

Professor: U.S. can switch to 100% green energy by 2050

At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Chicago, Stanford professor Marc Jacobson presented The Solutions Project, a roadmap for the development of renewable energy sources across all 50 United States.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks - 6 comments

Review: LifeCHARGE iPhone 5/5S MFi approved battery case

LifeCHARGE recently released a slight variation of the iPhone case, this time focusing more on design and less on screen protection. The screen cover flap has been removed and the body is now boxier allowing it to make better contact with flat surfaces.
In the Media by Milton Este

Peru's poorest residents to receive free solar power

Lima - A new program in the South American country will provide 2 million of the nation's poorest people with free electricity.
In the Media by Sean Fraser - 5 comments

Review: Ontrion LifeCharge Samsung Galaxy S4 Battery Case and Power Bank Special

Need a power boost for your mobile device to get through the day? Don't want to be slowed down by the extra weight? Ontrion's LifeCHARGE battery kits may be the solution for you!
Digital Journal Report by Milton Este

iPhone 5S users facing 'Blue Screen of Death' crashes

It looks like Apple is experiencing quality control issues with the latest iPhone release. iPhone 5S users are complaining about several issues surrounding their devices.
In the Media by Milton Este

Super catalyst could make a hydrogen fuel cell

Bionic leaves might one day be developed to produce energy-dense fuels from sunlight, water and atmosphere-warming carbon dioxide, with no byproducts other than oxygen. The development of a new catalyst could represent a step towards this goal.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Powerful rechargeable battery developed

A new rechargeable flow battery has been developed. The battery, the developer's hope, could enable cheaper, more efficient energy storage.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Power robs the brain of empathy

Researchers have some new insights into how power diminishes a person's capacity for empathy. According to scientists, a sense of power shuts down a part of the brain that helps us connect with others.
In the Media by Kathleen Blanchard - 7 comments

New discovery now enables us to use urine to power cellphones

Bristol - A group of researchers from the University of the West of England has discovered a way to charge cellphone devices by using urine.
In the Media by Jonathan Lam - 3 comments

Tree fungus offers biofuel potential

The hunt for the most efficient and, ideally, most environmentally friendly biofuels continues. One possible source for triggering 'power cells' is a common tree fungus.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Nissan reveals world's fastest electrically powered super-car

With the price of gasoline approaching $4-per-gallon, Nissan plans on changing the mindset we have on electrical cars with their latest concept super-car.
In the Media by Milton Este

A remote-controlled helicopter powered by human thought

Earlier this week, a remote-controlled helicopter was flown through a college gym in Minnesota, navigated by the human brain.
In the Media by Saunon Malek - 1 comment

Carnival Ecstasy cruise ship's power fails

While out at sea, another Carnival cruise ship has lost power. This time the Carnival Ecstasy, which can carry 2,056 passengers, lost power.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Op-Ed: House of Cards Review

Having watched all thirteen episodes of Netflix's 'House of Cards' in one weekend, I was thoroughly impressed with this near-perfect political drama.
In the Media by Lewis McCathie - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Lighting the way with any spare batteries lying around

Don't you just hate managing several different types of batteries at once? Your flashlight uses one type of batteries, and something else will use another type of batteries. It can be a pain and inconvenience to keep track of them all, until today!
In the Media by Milton Este

11,000 customers still without power in Quebec

Around 800 Hydro Quebec employees are still working to restore electricity to customers who were affected by a power outage that occurred on Friday.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Op-Ed: 'We used to be without electricity for up to a week, at times' Special

Ghaziabad - Paul Thampy, 41 came to Delhi in 1994 from the state of Kerala. Today, he runs a shop selling school dresses for children. This reporter spoke to him on the issue of power outage faced by him.
Digital Journal Report by Ajit Jha - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Millions of Indians plunge into darkness a second time

An intense summer 2012, followed by nearly failed monsoon and an economy on its downslide, further compounded by an utterly powerless India for two days, defines a nearly economically crippled India.
In the Media by Ajit Jha - 8 comments

Hundreds of miners trapped in India by power outage

While 600 million people in India suffer without electricity, hundreds of miners are trapped underground. Officials are attempting a rescue operation.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Another day another blackout in India - 600 million affected

Just one day after a massive power failure left more than 300 million people in the dark, India's power grid has collapsed again, cutting power to more than 600 million.
In the Media by Darren Weir

300 million people without power as the lights go out in N. India

New Delhi - A massive blackout in New Delhi and 7 northern states is the worst in a decade and highlights infrastructure problems in Asia's third largest economy.
In the Media by Darren Weir - 2 comments

San Onofre nuclear power plant — Reasons for shutdown reported

Los Angeles - The San Onofre power station was shut down in January this year due to a scare, when the plant released trace amounts of radiation. Now a report explains what actually happened, and it could have been so very much worse.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments
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The FINsix Dart 2 ounce power adapter
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Work outs at theclub in Bristol produce electricity.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin aboard the battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy during a Northern Fleet exercise in 2005
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Sign at supermarket in Tokyo offers apologies for low stocks of rice and instant noodles.
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An electricity pylon shot from below.
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The new  bird  drone developed by MIT University that can  perch  on power lines to recharge itself.
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The new 'bird' drone developed by MIT University that can 'perch' on power lines to recharge itself.
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Power generators are now on the site
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Even solar power walking lights
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Work outs at theclub in Bristol produce electricity.
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Work outs at theclub in Bristol produce electricity.
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