Chinese phone company Xiaomi's latest video shows a phone charging to 100% in 8 minutes with a 200W wired charger, and 15 mins with a 120W wireless charger.
Having revolutionised cordless vacuums, and then having added removable batteries in the last generation to deliver 120 minutes of non-stop, battery fade-free cleaning, Dyson has excelled yet again with the V15 Detect, the company’s most powerful, intelligent cordless vacuum, capable of detecting, removing, sizing and counting microscopic dust for scientific proof of a deep clean.
In what appears to be an overabundance of caution, Australian office supplies and technology retailer Officeworks has temporarily pulled Apple's AirTags from sale.
There's one word missing in Nokia's press release for its new 8.3 model with 5G, and that's battery, and with 5G known to be a battery hog, will Nokia and Android's adaptive power save smarts save the day and ensure this 007 connected phone can likewise avoid an early death?
A fast-charging 10 amp portable battery module with wireless power
Apple has recalled up to one million 15-inch MacBook Pros sold between 2015 and 2017 due to the risk of defective batteries overheating and causing fires.
Designed specifically for Apple Watch Series 1 through 4, Belkin's 2200 mAh, MFi-certified portable wireless charger delivers up to 63 hours of additional battery life.
D-Link has unleashed its most advanced wire-free indoor and outdoor home surveillance kit, clearly designed to outdo competitors such as Netgear, Uniden, Swann and others with a whole host of advanced features to attract customers.
If you've been tempted by Huawei's new Mate 20 or Mate 20 Pro smartphones, the company says it is extending the pre-order offers until 9 November due to "high demand".
With incredible features to outdo Apple, Samsung, Google and other competitors, Huawei is in a fierce battle to win the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers with its best 2018 smartphones ever, with pre-ordering open for the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
Is it real? Is it a hoax? It's hard to tell, because I can't find the source lawsuit claimed online, but a single report of a Note9 battery catching fire has emerged.
On sale for $199 outright or $149 via Telstra Prepaid, Nokia has added 50% more processing power to its new Nokia 2.1 model, along with a 5.5-inch screen and stereo speakers.
A new power pack charger has launched on Indiegogo, promising not only a huge 20,000mAh capacity, but super fast charging iPhone, Android, Kindle and more.
After suffering a barrage of criticism and lawsuits that Android competitors who also "throttle" their phones haven't suffered, Apple has issued an apology and explanation.
The biggest energy research in the Netherlands says it has developed new technology that increases the storage capacity of rechargeable batteries by 50%.
If there's one thing about Dyson's technology, it's some of the very best you can get, with vacuums that suck, blowers that blow, dryers that dry and soon, cars that drive electrically with a £2 billion investment to make it happen!
Australian battery manufacturer Redflow has decided to move the manufacturing headquarters for its zinc-bromine flow batteries from North America to Thailand.
The simplest advice is to just buy a battery pack that you keep charged and take with you everywhere so you can always charge your phone when needed.
Judging from Samsung Electronics' silence as to what was behind its Galaxy Note7 devices' spontaneous combustion, one can only conclude that the company is keeping mum because it did not want to affect sales of its other phones during the festive season.
Home storage of power generated from solar cells is the next big thing in the electricity market. Australia battery maker Redflow is working to certify the most used inverters in Australia.
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