Cell phones to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells by 2010

Cell phones to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells by 2010
Angstrom Power operating out of Vancouver, Canada announced at CES2008 that it has developed a technology (EverOn™)that will give phones twice the run-time of batteries and a 10 minute recharge period. The company has already ran a six-month test of a fully integrated fuel cell-powered mobile devices, which proves the technology is not only a concept. For that purpose, the Angstrom’s Micro Hydrogen™ platform was successfully integrated into a MOTOSLVR L7 with no modification to the external dimensions of the device. Angstrom is currently collaborating with world-leading battery manufacturers, portable electronic device makers and mobile service providers towards the commercialization of its Micro Hydrogen™ technology, but the say it won’t happen before 2010.

source: Angstrom via Engadget


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