Finally an inconspicuous way to recharge your smartphone's dying battery.
The Voltmaker is such a simple device, engineers across the country are probably slapping themselves for not having thought of it.
It's like a gas can for your change pocket, and your smartphone.
The average person will look at the InSync Transport Case and think it's overload for being able to charge 16 iPads and a 13-inch MacBook at once, but hey, some rich billionaire or football team manager out there is looking at this rugged charging suitcase and drooling like a puppy.
Like many connected people, I'm always running out of places to charge up my portable gadgets. Still, I think that even I would have a tough time filling up all of the spaces on this 16 device charging monster.
Don't you hate it when one of your gadgets starts running low on juice when you're hours from the next recharging opportunity? Well here's a way to always have an extra boost on hand, so you won't be left gadgetless.
If you're on the road a lot, chances are you've got a couple of different adapters that plug into the cigarette lighter in your car — an adapter to charge your phone, for instance. There's a pretty good chance, too, that said adapter is super bulky. I hate that.
Humanitarians aim to bring light to the world, and this Solar Pebble could do literally that, charging up its batteries on sunny days and lighting up the night. Aimed at developing countries where electricity is often scarce, it's packing enough...
You can never really go without juice for your various gadgets, as anyone who's ever been stuck out with a dead cellphone can attest. There's nothing quite like it to make you feel cut off from the world and maybe...
Solar power is pretty inefficient, taking a long time to charge up and only doing so in bright, direct sunlight. But new technology is working against these issues, including the new Solar Egg from XPAL. The Solar Egg is designed...