Imagine charging your smartphone without reaching out to a power source or even a portable charger! Scientists claim to have developed a new technology that converts radio frequencies into power that can charge devices.
The technology consists of a case that converts the wasted 90 per cent of energy your phone produces trying to pump out a cell phone signal, and puts it back into the phone, thus powering it for up to 30 per cent longer, 'Tech Crunch' reported.
US-based Nikola Labs aims to bring the product to market within one year, in partnership with Ohio State University, where the technology was originally developed.
The technology could be put into many different devices, such as wearable technology, embedded sensors and medical devices which do not require massive amounts of electricity.
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