Finally an inconspicuous way to recharge your smartphone's dying battery.
Nonprofit distributes solar energy kits that fit into a suitcase.
This prototype flying solar panel could be the ultimate solution for those needing a portable green energy power plant.
Don't you hate it when you're out and about and your phone's battery dies? Sure you could slip into Starbucks and try to sneak a little juice from one of their wall outlets, but what if there were free solar charging stations out on the street?
When I go skiing I like to savor the solitude of the mountains, but I guess some people can't stand the thought of living without their music for an afternoon. For them, this solar ski helmet will can charge up their gadgets as they ski, ensuring that their tunes will keep playing until the last chairlift of the day.
We've seen plenty of solar powered laptops and netbooks over the years, but they've all been either some sort of concept, or available only in other countries. Now Samsung will start selling one right here in the U.S.
If you've ever had your cellphone die when you're miles from the nearest outlet, any phone that can be charged without needing a plug is bound to have some appeal.
Everybody, say hello to the 19-year-old Eric Jacqmain — typical teenager during the day — "death-ray with intensity of 5,000 shining suns" builder by night. This boy is the next Dr. Evil.
If you're an adventuresome type, it's probably likely that you'll find yourself somewhere far from an outlet on a regular basis. Well, that doesn't mean you should go without your precious gadgets. The Raptor will take care of that.
With a big chunk of our military out in places where the sun beats down all day, it makes perfect sense to harness some of that solar energy. To do this, the US Army is about to introduce three different solar panel systems for field use with their tents.