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Tech gets fuelish for portable gear

Fuel cells are a hot field for research by companies from IBM to start-ups. The energy sources could soon end up in videocams and laptops.

Fuel cells are a hot field for research by companies from IBM to start-ups. The energy sources could soon end up in videocams and laptops.

Hydrogen fuel cells power TV news crews

Start-up targets what it considers a commercially viable market for hydrogen fuel cells: the evening news.
April 12, 2005

Photos: TV news fills up on hydrogen

Sinclair Broadcast Group is adopting Jadoo's hydrogen fuel cells for its news operations.
April 12, 2005

IBM pours a shot of methanol for ThinkPads

Prototype designed by Big Blue and Sanyo could produce eight hours of power for the notebooks.
April 11, 2005

Photos: Notebooks pump up with gas

IBM and Sanyo Electric develop a prototype of a methanol-based fuel cell system for IBM ThinkPads.
April 11, 2005

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Energy Department joins drive for fuel cell cars

U.S. Department of Energy will work with GM and DaimlerChrysler to develop and promote hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
March 30, 2005

Photos: Fuel cells get a boost

Gas-saving fuel cell cars are about to get some added help from the federal government.
March 30, 2005