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Gadget Lovers Rejoice! AAA Battery Delivery!

Have you ever had a gadget or toy stop working because the batteries died? Of course you have. Worse, have you or Santa Claus forgotten to include batteries in the Christmas stockings to be used with the various children's toys...

AT&T to Lay Off 1.5% of Workforce

AT&T announced today that it'll be cutting about 1.5 percent of its workforce. The company calls it the "next step in streamlining its operations." AT&T had about 310,000 employees at the end of 2007, meaning the layoffs would affect about...

Battery Breakthrough = 40 hour Laptop Batteries

Following up on Toshiba's recent SCiB lithium-ion battery breakthrough, researchers discovered a way to use silicon nanowires to give rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries used in laptops, iPods, mobile phones and just about everything else these days, as much as 10 times...

AT&T U-Verse Batteries Exploding

AT&T just can't catch a break with their troubled U-Verse service. AT&T has to replace the lithium metal polymer batteries in the VRAD cabinets for U-Verse IPTV because four fires have occurred in various locations. 'Fire' is a bit...

Toshiba SCiB Battery Breakthrough

Rich writes about a battery breakthrough from Toshiba called SCiB. Toshiba Corp.'s Super Charge ion Battery, or SCiB, can recharge to 90 percent of its full capacity in less than five minutes and has a life cycle of more than...

Electrilite Emergency gadgety flashlight

The Electrilite Emergency flashlight is a gadget lovers dream! It's a flashlight with bulbs that never need replacing, it's a radio, it's an alarm, and it never needs batteries. This product recharges itself or even your cell phone by using...

Batteries, Batteries, Batteries on My Mind ...

With all of the recent battery problems, I can't seem to stop thinking about all of the batteries that we use (and consume) in our gadgets. If you figure that most gadgets (and toys) take two or four batteries (AA,...
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