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Thursday, March 10, 2011

University of Illinois Working on Improving Mobile Battery Life



A team of engineers at the university of Illinois have are developing a new form of memory that could increase battery life in cell phones and laptops by 100x.

The group is led by electrical and computer engineering professor Eric Pop, and  plan to release their findings in an upcoming issue of Science magazine and online in the Science Express.

The new technology uses carbon nanotubes to make a devices flash memory so small that it draws 100 times less energy than current tech.

Check the link for an article over at Nanotechnology Now.

Article: New Technology Would Dramatically Extend Battery Life for Mobile Devices

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