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."
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has confirmed that mysterious lines on the surface of the planet are evidence of liquid water. CNET's Eric Mack spoke to the scientist behind the groundbreaking discovery.
Commentary: The one thing many people wanted in the next iPhone was better battery life. They didn't get it.
A new technology called Freevolt converts the babble of radio waves into electrical power that can run wireless sensors and other devices.
Details from a reputable source tell us HTC's next big release won't be an outright hardware monster after all.
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For Road Trip 2015, CNET drives an all-electric car 500 miles around Britain's most scenic spots to see how easy it is to take a road trip without petrol. Spoiler alert: It doesn't go well.
This is still one of the best smartwatches you can buy, so these probably won't last long.
Forget the guzzoline. This motorcycle collects and stores wind and sun power for a time when fossil fuels will be scarce.