Turning hydrogen into juice for your phone is as eco-friendly as it gets, but our pictures show the big problem with the Upp fuel cell charger.
We'd love to recommend this innovative technology, but at this early stage the Upp fuel cell charger is just too cumbersome and too expensive.
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The hydrogen-powered charger for mobile phones and tablets will hit the US market in early 2014, Intelligent Energy announces at CES.
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The device from Intelligent Energy stores enough energy to charge a phone about five times over. It's launching in Africa first and the rest of the world in 2014.
It may look like a typical battery pack, but this little fuel cell can recharge an iPhone up to 11 times. There's just one problem.
Today Samsung unveiled a new series of high-end curved 4K TVs beyond its previous CES announcements in January, and provided official pricing in advance of its 2014 sets' imminent availability.
ClearEdge Power fuel cell generates electricity from natural gas and now includes a backup battery option to keep power flowing in the case of a grid outage.
ClearEdge Power lands $2.8 million DOE grant designed to put fuel cells through the paces providing heat and power in the light-commercial market.