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StoreDot’s Bio-Organic Battery Tech Can Charge From Flat To Full In 30 Seconds

Israeli startup StoreDot is showing off a bio-organic fast-charging battery tech, which uses quantum dot technology, that can charge a battery from flat to full in 30 seconds. It’s also looking to push its nano-crystal technology into smartphone displays as a cheaper, cadmium-free alternative. Read More

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IBM puts Watson in charge of its SXSW food truck, we taste-test (video)

We know Watson has some Jeopardy skills, but putting IBM’s supercomputer in the kitchen? That’s a little different. Here at SXSW, the company’s set up a “Cognitive Cooking” food truck in partnership with the Institute for Culinary Education (ICE)….

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6 Foot Long USB to Micro-USB Cable – 6 Ft , USB Data Sync Cable For Motorola Atrix, Blackberry Playbook, HTC EVO 4G, evo 3d , evo view 4g, HTC Flyer, HTC Rezound, HTC Rhyme, HTC EVO Shift 4G, HTC inspire 4G, Kindle Fire, Kindle, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Photon 4G, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samung Galaxy S2, Samsung GALAXY S 4G, Samsung INFUSE 4G, Samsung Focus, Galaxy NEXUS (Verizon), DROID CHARGE Nook color and Touchscreen Phones that support Micro USB

6 Foot Long USB to Micro-USB Cable – 6 Ft , USB Data Sync Cable For Motorola Atrix, Blackberry Playbook, HTC EVO 4G, evo 3d , evo view 4g, HTC Flyer, HTC Rezound, HTC Rhyme, HTC EVO Shift 4G, HTC inspire 4G, Kindle Fire, Kindle, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Photon 4G, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samung Galaxy S2, Samsung GALAXY S 4G, Samsung INFUSE 4G, Samsung Focus, Galaxy NEXUS (Verizon), DROID CHARGE Nook color and Touchscreen Phones that support Micro USB

6 Foot Long USB to Micro-USB Cable - 6 Ft , USB Data Sync Cable For Motorola Atrix, Blackberry Playbook, HTC EVO 4G, evo 3d , evo view 4g, HTC Flyer, HTC Rezound, HTC Rhyme, HTC EVO Shift 4G, HTC inspire 4G, Kindle Fire, Kindle, Motorola Droid X2, Motorola Photon 4G, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samung Galaxy S2, Samsung GALAXY S 4G, Samsung INFUSE 4G, Samsung Focus, Galaxy NEXUS (Verizon), DROID CHARGE Nook color and Touchscreen Phones that support Micro USB

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European carriers and Google Fiber are leading the IPv6 charge

The advanced IPv6 standard reached the internet well over a year ago. But who’s really using it? Mostly Europeans, if you ask Akamai. The content delivery firm is now tracking IPv6 adoption as of its latest State of the Internet report, and it found …

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How long does it take to fully charge a new MacBook battery?

Question by cudaboy: How long does it take to fully charge a new MacBook battery?
I plan to buy a new MacBook but there’s one thing I want to know that Apple won’t tell me: the charge time. My question? How long does it take to fully charge a new MacBook (the most recent release)?

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Answer by klee924
I have a MacBook and mine takes (give or take) 30-40 minutes, but it has a long battery life. I hope this helps!

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Hydrobee Lets You Charge A Battery From A Fast-Flowing River To Juice Up USB Devices Off-Grid

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We’ve seen fire harnessed to power a phone charger for the great outdoors, with the nifty FlameStower, now meet Hydrobee: another Kickstarter project aiming to provide an off-grid alternative for charging a battery you can then use to juice your phone. But, as its name suggests, Hydrobee is all about water.

There’s two parts to Hydrobee. When wearing its ‘Stream Body’, the gizmo can be placed in a river or dragged behind a boat – so long as the water is flowing faster than 1.8m/s (or 4mph+) – and two to four hours later its battery will be fully charged.

A smaller inner unit can also be attached directly to a flowing faucet to charge – so could be used as a back-up power generator for your phone during a power outage in your home (so long as your taps don’t require electricity to pump the water to them).

Once Hydrobee’s battery is juiced, you can then plug in a USB device to charge it – a secondary charging process that presumably takes several more hours.

Hydrobee reminds me of a CDT project I worked on in school, where we stuck a dynamo on a paddle wheel-bearing rig designed to float in a river and stuck a micro bulb on top that we hoped would be powered by it… Long story short it didn’t work on demo day, but that’s technology demos for you.

Hydrobee has clearly perfected the hydroelectric tech better than a bunch of schoolkids managed to. The prototype consists of a tiny hydropowered turbine sited in a can with rechargeable batteries and waterproofed electronics, and a USB 2.0 port – so you can juice up your phone or other USB-powered device.

The internal batteries are 6 x 1.2V AA NiMH rechargeable cells of 2,500 mAh capacity, yielding a total of 15,000 mAh.

It is still a prototype for now. And Hydrobee’s U.S.-based creator has put a call out for Kickstarter users to give him feedback on the sorts of things they’d like to be able to use the device for to help shape the final product. The campaign is looking to raise $ 48,000 in crowdfunding, with 17 days left to run. If it hits its funding target, Hydrobees will be shipped to backers next March.

The Hydrobee turbine generator, which can be used to generate a charge from water from a running faucet or hose, is being offered to early Kickstarter backers for $ 24. Or it’s $ 78 for all the kit, including the floating Stream Body.

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Toshiba’s new Kira Ultrabook promises 22 hours of use on a single charge

Toshiba's new Kira Ultrabook promises 22 hours on a single charge

We praised Toshiba’s last flagship Ultrabook for its brilliant screen and speedy boot-up time, but the company’s newest Kirabook has a notable new feature — an estimated 22 hours of battery life. Intel’s new Haswell chips may have shifted our expectations of what we expect laptops can deliver battery-wise, but almost running a whole day remains an impressive feat. That’s Toshiba’s claim for its new Dynabook KIRA V654, which sidesteps touch compatibility on its 13-inch 1,366 x 768 resolution screen to add to the battery savings and weighs in at just 1.12kg. Alongside an additional high-resolution model (2,560 x 1,440), if you simply must have swipeable screens on your Windows 8 machine, there’s also the similarly-sized Dynabook Kira V834, although that model will only manage a paltry 14 hours of work and / or play. (We kid.)

The two machines will launch in Japan on 20th November, with the touch-capable V834 starting at 153,000 yen ($ 1,530), while the endurance-specialized V634 will start at 144,000 yen (roughly $ 1,446). As is often the way with these made-in-Japan PCs, there’s no word on whether the rest of the world will get to see either model yet, but we’ll let you know if we hear anything from Toshiba.

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Cota by Ossia hopes to charge your phone wirelessly, no contact required

DNP Cota by Ossia hopes to wirelessly charge your phone without line of sight

We’ve all heard of wireless charging before, but most solutions still require your phone to come in touch with a base station. Well, Cota is a technology that aims to power your mobile device completely wirelessly — without any physical contact at all. Hatem Zeine, a physicist and CEO of Ossia Inc, demonstrated the technology on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt when he successfully charged his iPhone when plugged with a Cota prototype, seen above, while holding it several feet away from a charging station.

It all seems like voodoo, but the secret lies in sending a magnetic charge over the same 2.4GHz spectrum that WiFi and Bluetooth already use. If you’re concerned about safety, Zeine assures us that only one watt of power is transmitted — that’s a third of what cell phones already transmit. Line of sight isn’t required, and Zeine claims that one station can power multiple devices at once. Just like a WiFi hotspot, you can set it so that it only works with certain devices or simply open it up so that power is available to all Cota-enabled handsets within range, which is around 30 feet.

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Cape Cod Map 12×16 print from original drawing in ink and watercolor by Howard Handlen, signed in pencil. Artist will gladly customize the map for you, for example, by way of lettering in an inscription (perhaps to commemorate some occasion), or make a dedication, and/or mark (or add) a place special to you, and so on. There is no extra charge. Just let us know what you might want to do. Mail hghandlen (at) gmail.com

Cape Cod Map 12x16 print from original drawing in ink and watercolor by Howard Handlen, signed in pencil.  Artist will gladly customize the map for you, for example, by way of lettering in an inscription (perhaps to commemorate some occasion), or make a dedication, and/or mark (or add) a place special to you, and so on.  There is no extra charge.  Just let us know what you might want to do.  Mail hghandlen (at) gmail.com

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