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A fuel cell to gas up your MP3 player September 16, 2005 Toshiba uses methanol to keep a hard-drive-based audio player running for approximately 60 hours on a single charge. Photos: Fuel cells for music players
Verizon heeds call of fuel cells August 7, 2006 Worried about prices and power outages, the telecom company is a case study of a business out to deliver its own energy. Photos: Verizon fuel cell project
At MTI Micro, pushing fuel cells for portables April 7, 2008 MTI Micro's goal is to displace lithium ion batteries in portable gadgets. The first fuel cells, it says, are due in 2009.(Posted in Green Tech by Hanna Sistek)Photos: Fuel cells for cameras
Phone business rings up change May 5, 2008 A fuel cell for cell phones, T-Mobile's 3G network in New York, and some acquisitions and new smartphones on the horizon.
Creating power out of thin air October 26, 2007 Imagine a material that can suck in heat from the environment and power a notebook. A New Jersey company is aiming to do just that.
Hydrogen power on the go July 27, 2007 Trulite develops a portable hydrogen-powered generator. It's not enough to power your house, but it can recharge power tools or run a laptop.Photo: Trulite's generator
How do you make a fuel cell? Print it May 31, 2006 South San Francisco start-up develops money-saving technique for producing mechanical components: Use industrial printers. Photos: Printing small parts
Hydrogen cars to hit the road by 2015? July 13, 2006 Will the Hindenburg's gas be running cars in a decade? Carmakers say it could be in the works. Photos: Hydrogen car tech revs up Photos: Toyota's hydrogen SUV Video: Ford's hydrogen Focus
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