With more wearable gadgets being one of the biggest technology predictions of 2015, it is great to see a possible solution to power supply be announced today. A group of German developers from Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft Institute of Micromachining and Information Technology have come up with a fabulous idea to use the human gait to generate power by
Docks are designed to allow you to sync and charge your phone while it is sat upright on your desk or bedside table. This one (showing off my very dusty iPhone!) is from Mobile Fun. The dock is good for charging and syncing your phone with your computer, as well as plugging into the mains
I love gadgets. Gadgets are brilliant. But sometimes my gadgets just don’t last long enough on their battery life. Duracell has introduced a range of new personal power products, designed to help us go beyond the usual limits of our devices. The range includes portable chargers, battery chargers, rechargeable batteries and long life disposable batteries.
Remember this? Lincoln, and in fact Lincolnshire, got a scathing review by BBC’s Top Gear for having no charging points for electric cars. But look what I saw outside the Engineering Hub at the University of Lincoln this evening. This is indeed an electric car charging point, just like the one mentioned here on Autoblog Green and
Lunch time today took a completely different turn to what I’d planned when I got a text message to say there had been sightings of the Top Gear crew in Lincoln. I was on my way out of the office anyway (this was 1pm) so I thought I’d go and see if I could find
I was lucky enough to recently win a Powermat thanks to a competition run on Twitter by Powermat in the UK. I’ve been using it for a little while now and I thought it was about time I brought my thoughts to the readers of Splodz Blogz. I was sent the Complete System for iPhone4,