Researchers at UT Arlington have designed a microscopic windmill which, en masse, could be used to power mobile electronics.
Slap some solar panels on your Ray-Bans and soak up some juice for your iPhone 5.
It's a liquid gold rush! Scientists find yet another way to power our smartphones (and other devices) with pee.
The telecom company has installed 25 Street Charge stations in parks throughout the five boroughs of New York. The initial run marks a trial for a potential broader deployment.
The Juice Tank, which would let you charge your iPhone without cords or cables, is the latest project in search of Kickstarter-fueled glory.
South Korean research looks at recharging phones with the caller's voice and surrounding sounds. Could the science spread and energize the world with our incessant noise?
There are a number of charging docks available for iOS devices, but the Book Charging dock is one of the more brilliant ones we've seen in a while.
We test A/C Pro's claim that it can have your car's worn-out air conditioner blowing cold in just 10 minutes.
Tino Klaehne's lipstick-shaped device is so compact, you can wrap your hands around it and the shooter disappears into your fist.
Vehicles with sensor-driven magnetic devices on their underside suck up energy as they travel over the strips embedded just under the road surface.