Nike's new Vaporwing sunglasses for runners may not have any electronics, but according to Nike Vision a lot of technology went into building them.
The chipmaker's Quick Charge 3.0 technology not only improves battery cell life but allows for rapid charging.
The tech giant files a patent application for a built-in fuel cell system that could power electronics for "days or even weeks without refueling."
Need a little more electricity in your life, but aren't ready for an EV? You've got options.
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From the Cheapskate: Ideal for work sites, camp sites and anyplace else that benefits from light, this handy little guy can also recharge your smartphone.
The Suck UK Rechargeable Bottle Light turns old bottles into new lights. The sleek bottle stopper houses an LED light for creative mood lighting.
US office supplies store Staples has posted a test that lets you measures how fast you read, then tells you how often you'll need to recharge your e-reader.
Researchers at UT Arlington have designed a microscopic windmill which, en masse, could be used to power mobile electronics.
With its jump-start capability and flashlight, the PowerAll Element makes for an excellent addition to any car's emergency kit, and can also recharge phones and tablets.