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Mobile february 25, 2014

Generator Turns Everyday Vibrations Into Smartphone Power

A film that acts like a sponge is the key to picking up subtle movements that could power your device.

Design november 15, 2012

Shake Your Cell Phone To Charge It

Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a novel method for juicing up your mobile that draws energy from piezoelectric force.

IoT may 18, 2012

Charge A Laptop By Typing On It

Scientist discover a harmless virus that converts movements into electrical energy letting users power their computers by using them.

Mobile june 27, 2011

Power Your Devices With Solar And Typing

Alternatives to the power cord that could make your computing even more mobile.

Advertising december 7, 2010

Sustainable Energy Synthetics Salvage Power From The Elements

UK University devises revolutionary fibre can harness movement and sunshine to provide sustainable energy.

Design october 11, 2010

Device Harvests Energy From Wasted Heat

A piezoelectric cantilever holds the promise of making electronic devices extremely energy efficient.

Design april 28, 2010

Piezo Shower Generates Self-Heated Water

The Piezo Shower concept uses piezoelectric fibers to heat water.

Design march 10, 2010

Nokia Developing Self-Charging Phone

Nokia is developing a phone that harvests its own energy through a combination of kinetic and piezoelectric technologies.

Technology february 17, 2010

Harnessing Energy From Micro-vibrations And Temperature Differences

Researchers at MIT have been working to develop methods for harnessing energy from natural, passive processes.

Design february 10, 2010

(Pic) Sustainable Piezoelectric Mouse Powers Itself

Corky is a wireless mouse that powers itself with piezoelectric elements.

Design january 29, 2010

Princeton University Creates New Piezoelectric Material

A promising new piezoelectric material, 100 times more efficient than quartz is being developed at Princeton University.

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