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Dyson kills its electric car project and turns to solid-state batteries

Dyson said it will end its electric vehicle project after determining it could not make the car commercially viable or find a buyer. The company, known for its high-tech vacuum cleaners and fans, said in a statement Thursday that its automotive team had developed a fantastic car, but decided to close the project. Dyson also sought a buyer for the project, but has been unsuccessful so far, the company said in the statement. Dyson announced in September 2017 that it was working on a battery ele...
Tags: Singapore, Tech, Industrial Design, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, United Kingdom, Batteries, Machine Learning, James Dyson, Dyson, Singapore Dyson


Creators of modern rechargeable batteries share Nobel prize

If you had to slip a couple AAs into your smartphone every morning to check your email, browse Instagram, and text your friends, chances are the mobile revolution would not have been quite so revolutionary. Fortunately the rechargeable lithium-ion battery was invented — a decades-long task for which three men have just been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The prize this year honors M. Stanley Whittingham, John Goodenough, and Akira Yoshino, all of whom contributed to the development of wha...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Tech, Batteries, Battery, Whittingham, John Goodenough, Nobel Prize, Lithium-ion, Akira Yoshino, Stanley Whittingham John Goodenough, Fred Gamble


Lithium-Ion Batteries Work Earns Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 3 Scientists

John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino were recognized for research that has “laid the foundation of a wireless, fossil fuel-free society.”
Tags: News, Chemistry, Batteries, Nobel prizes, Whittingham, Akira, John B, John B Goodenough, Yoshino, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, Goodenough, Alternative and Renewable Energy, Lithium (Metal, Akira Yoshino, Stanley Whittingham, Your-feed-science


How to Make Your Smartphone Last Longer

Smartphones are more expensive than ever, but we still don’t keep them very long. Here’s why, and what you can do to extend their life.
Tags: News, Smartphones, Batteries, Prices (Fares, Fees and Rates, Guarantees and Warranties


Tesla’s From the Shanghai Gigafactory Are Available for Reservation

The pricing has been announced for Tesla's from the Shanghai Gigafactory and online reservations have been opened. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Energy, Ecommerce, Business, Technology, China, Tesla, World, Innovation, Batteries


Leaf electric-car batteries can outlast vehicles by up to 12 years, Nissan claims

Nissan Leaf batteries have roughly twice the lifes pan of the cars they're installed in, according to an executive from the automaker. Nissan is investigating alternative uses for those batteries. The post Leaf electric-car batteries can outlast vehicles by up to 12 years, Nissan claims appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Green, Batteries, Nissan, Electric Cars, Nissan Leaf


Tesla Shanghai Factory Days From Completion and Maybe First Cars in September

The Tesla Shanghai plant is scheduled to build its first Model 3 in September 2019, the third quarter. A slight delay in the construction of other municipal facilities and facilities might cause a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Energy, Ecommerce, Elon Musk, Technology, China, Future, Tesla, World, Innovation, Shanghai, Batteries, Tesla Shanghai Factory


Electronic Marvels Turn Into Dangerous Trash in East Africa

Companies seek solutions to the unintended consequences of rising wealth that allows for more electronics — and the e-waste that inevitably comes next.
Tags: News, Electronics, Batteries, Solar Energy, Water Pollution, East Africa, Hazardous and Toxic Substances, Recycling of Waste Materials, Waste Materials and Disposal, Lithium (Metal, Dar es Salaam (Tanzania


Yet another battery story

This isn’t really an amateur radio story, but it does have a battery in it, so it could be. :) About six months ago, I noticed that my battery-powered shaver wasn’t holding a charge as well as it used to. Recently, I’ve had to just use it with that AC adapter to shave down my beard properly. I cracked it open and found that it was powered by a single NiMH, AA cell, very much like the one shown in the photo. The  kicker is that it’s not a standard battery, but one with solder tabs. My first respo...
Tags: Amazon, Radio, Batteries, Kenwood, Ann Arbor, Building/Homebrew, Solder Tabs


The Omnicharge Ultimate is a beast of portable AC, DTAP and USB power

The Omnicharge Ultimate has a whopping capacity of 34,800mAh. This is a lot of juice. If you are looking for V-mount compatible, you’d be looking at about a 125Wh battery. But, I am jumping ahead of myself. Let’s start again. The Omnicharge Ultimate is basically a power bank on steroids. It is similar to your 10,000mHa power […] The post The Omnicharge Ultimate is a beast of portable AC, DTAP and USB power appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Batteries, Travel Photogapher, V Mount, D-TAP, Omnicharge Ultimate, Portable Battery Charger


Learning about batteries

I often say that getting an amateur radio license is as much getting a license to learn as it is getting a license to operate on the amateur radio bands. Lately, I’ve been learning about batteries, LiPo batteries to be exact. It all started when I purchased a Morserino. The Morserino is a feature-packed Morse Code learning aid. In addition to helping you learn the characters, it’s also supposed to help you learn how to copy in your head. It has a built-in touch keyer function, and a LoRa interfa...
Tags: Amazon, Radio, Batteries, Arduino, Willi, Molex, Circuit Design


Trilobites: The Microbots Are on Their Way

Tiny sensors with tinier legs, stamped out of silicon wafers, could one day soon help fix your cellphone battery or study your brain.
Tags: News, Physics, Batteries, Nanotechnology, Silicon, Marc, Robots and Robotics, Miskin, Your-feed-science


How to Charge Your Gadgets as Fast as Possible

It’s hard to think of a scenario where you’re not going to want to get your gadgets charged up as quickly as possible—whether you’re heading to the office or off on an evening out, you want that battery level as high as possible when you leave. But getting your gadgets charged up is about more than how long they’re…Read more...
Tags: Mobile, Science, Batteries, Charging, Fast Charging


Race AA batteries through tubes made of copper wire

As a method of testing battery output, it seems a bit elaborate, but racing AAs down coiled copper tubes looks like a lot of fun. Mr. Michal: Duracell, Varta or Energizer, Which Will Be the Best? In this video you'll see two races between aa batteries. Infinite loop and DRAG RACE. How to make the simplest electromagnetic train in the world ? It's very easy. You only need these three parts. 1. copper wire raw 2. battery ( AAA, AA or C ) 3. and two neodymium magnets ( it must be larger in diame...
Tags: Video, News, Electronics, Batteries, Tests, Michal, Duracell Varta


Electric Truck and SUV Maker Rivian Gets $500 Million From Ford

Rivian, electric truck and SUV maker, has a $500 million strategic partnership deal with Ford [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Energy, Business, Technology, Future, Cars, Ford, Innovation, Batteries, Electric Cars, Electric Truck


How Do I Recycle Old Batteries?

There’s an overwhelming sense of guilt that washes over me when I throw something in the trash that probably shouldn’t be there—particularly when it comes to e-waste. Are broken headphones recyclable? What should I do with old laptop chargers? And what do I do with all these dead batteries piling up in my apartment?Read more...
Tags: Batteries, Recycle, Duracell, Lifehacks, Remote, Energizer


The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries

If we’re going to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, we’ll need an energy revolution. Specifically, we need to replace our dirty, fossil fuel-based grids and dirty, fossil fuel-powered vehicles with clean, carbon-free grids, and electric vehicles that charge off them. But there’s a big problem.Read more...
Tags: Science, Batteries, Clean Energy, Battery Recycling, Everything Has A Cost, Dirty Truth About Green Batteries


Tesla Ends Online Sales of $35,000 Model 3, Creating New Hurdle for Buyers

The automaker said its lowest-priced offering would be available only in stores or by phone, just weeks after emphasizing a shift to online sales.
Tags: News, Batteries, Musk, Elon, Tesla Motors Inc, Company Reports, Stocks and Bonds, Factories and Manufacturing, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles


The First Machine-Generated Book by a Scholarly Publisher Is a Boring Read

Amazon’s online book store is plagued with thousands of auto-generated ebooks crudely hacked together from other texts by shady authors” looking to make a quick buck. Most are unreadable, but it’s not always going to be that way. Springer Nature, a publisher serving the research community, just published its first…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Science, Research, Artificial Intelligence, Batteries, Machine Learning, Ai, Springer Nature


Tech We’re Using: From Bubble Memory to Hot Spots and a Fly Rod

David E. Sanger, a national security correspondent, recounts his gear from the computers in use when he joined The Times in 1982 to his overloaded backpack now.
Tags: News, Batteries, Times, Rod, DAVID E SANGER, Wireless Communications, Computers and the Internet, Politics And Government, Cyberwarfare and Defense, Espionage and Intelligence Services


Tech Fix: Apple AirPods Review: The Perfect Earbuds, Except They Don’t Last

Sleek and convenient, Apple’s wireless earbuds are an engineering marvel. But they are difficult and expensive to maintain.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, News, Batteries, Apple Inc, Wireless Communications, AirPods, Headphones and Headsets


AI Is the New Secret Weapon in the Quest for Better Batteries

Compared to all the electronics that power the tiny computer in your pocket; battery technology is downright disappointing. Not only does your smartphone need charging every day, but in a few years, its battery will be barely able to hold a charge at all. So how long will your device last? Researchers at Standford…Read more...
Tags: Science, Stanford, Tech, Research, Power, Mit, Batteries, Battery, Stanford University, Consumer Tech, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Better Batteries, Standford


You Probably Missed This Major Battery Recall Because of the Government Shutdown

Even though the government shutdown ended more than a month and a half ago, we’re still feeling its effects. That’s because, despite HP issuing an expansion for a battery recall back in January, the notice wasn’t posted to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website until earlier this week due to the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Recalls, Batteries, Laptop Batteries, Laptops, Consumer Tech, U S Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC, CPSC, Better Check Your Laptop Battery




Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory Completion Within 85 Days

Chen Mingbo, head of the Shanghai city economic and information technology commission, has stated that Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory should be completed in May 2019. This was reported by Reuters... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Energy, Ecommerce, Elon Musk, Technology, Tesla, World, Innovation, Shanghai, Batteries, Electric Cars, Gigafactory, Reuters, Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory Completion Within, Chen Mingbo


542 Airline Seats

Airline seats from Layer Design that you control with an app, Boeing-Embraer deals, business jet deliveries, re-engining the B-52 fleet, regional jets and scope clauses, lithium-ion battery ban on commercial flights, another MH360 theory, F117 rumors, and flying with a fake license. Also, an airplane of the week, and two must-see videos. “Move” prototype airline seats. Courtesy Layer Design. Aviation News Airbus economy seat prototype: Are these the future of airline cabins? London-based ...
Tags: London, Middle East, Batteries, Aviation, Airbus, F-35, Air Force, Faa, Boeing, Seats, Usaf, US Air Force, United Airlines, Death Valley, Mh370, Bombardier


Tech Fix: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Review: A $1,000 Smartphone With Compromises

Despite being an excellent phone with an innovative wide-angle camera, Samsung’s new flagship device lags Apple in biometrics.
Tags: News, Privacy, Samsung, Smartphones, Innovation, Batteries, Samsung Group, Computer Vision, Biometrics, Samsung Galaxy, Computers and the Internet, Identification Devices, Fingerprinting


FAA Bans Cargo Shipment of Lithium Ion Batteries on Passenger Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Transportation on Wednesday issued an interim rule banning the transportation of lithium ion cells and batteries as cargo on passenger craft, as well as setting a 30 percent charge limit on ones shipped as air cargo.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Air Travel, Safety, Airplanes, Batteries, Airlines, Faa, Department Of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Lithium Ion, Battery Explosion, FAA Bans Cargo Shipment of Lithium Ion Batteries


Energizer's Extra Juicy Phone Is Dumb Thick

Every year, the battery life of phones gets just a little bit longer, but somehow there’s always a handful of people who still want more. So as is if to end battery life anxiety once and for all, this simply massive Energizer phone popped up at MWC to really prove that a phone really can have too much juice.Read more...
Tags: Android, Science, Smartphones, Batteries, MWC, Consumer Tech, Energizer, Mwc 2019, The Juice Daddy Is Here


Here's What Happens to Your Electric Car in a Bitter Canadian Winter

Electric cars may be the solution to some of our problems, but if they’re going to be our main source of transportation they need to work everywhere, all the time.Read more...
Tags: Science, Batteries, Car Tech, Electric Cars, Chevrolet Bolt, Winter Driving, Jalopnik Reviews