A battery explosion serves as a reminder to replace damaged Lithium Ion batteries
Japan's National Institute for Technology and Evaluation (NITE) tested a Lithium Ion battery about the size of one used in a cellphone. It was struck with a hammer then left on a work bench, unconnected from any apparatus. The result was explosive.
For the first time, scientists have examined how a battery operates on the particle level
An alternative to lithium-ion promises twice the energy storage in watch-friendly shapes and sizes.
A research team at the University of Washington pushes forward with technology that uses radio frequency for power
Researchers at ORNL test a new battery that is safer and longer lasting than current ones, but it could be years before it reaches products.
Sony is getting out of the PC business soon, but there's still time for one last product glitch.
Skype just released a new version of its Android app that promises to make it easy to keep Skype running without taxing your battery.
Resonant wireless charging promises big improvements, but is still in its infancy
These handy tips will help you wring every watt-minute out of your laptop and other mobile devices.
The new Toshiba Dynabook Kira scoffs at laptops that claim 8 hours of endurance counts as all-day battery life.