Better Batteries on the Way to the Smart Phone

A new technology can give significantly longer battery life on among other smartphones.

Charging one or more times a day is reality with most users of modern battery operated electronics, but perhaps new technology can extend the operating time part, writes our site.

It is the American company, Energ2 who has laveret a new anode of designer carbon. This can store 50 percent more energy per unit area than the normal anodes made in graphite.

The result is that a smartphone, laptop or tablet, can provide up to 30 percent more

The anode is gone into production, but it costs 20 percent more than the current anodes in graphite. The company expects, however, that the battery industry will take action for themselves, despite the increased price.