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Smartphone Dead? No Problem; Soon You’ll Only Need 30 Extra Seconds

Researchers in the Nanotechnology department of Tel Aviv University presented a smartphone charger at Microsoft’s Think Next conference this year. The device can charge a Samsung Galaxy S4 in 30 seconds, using patented organic nanodot compounds to store energy. It is currently the size of a laptop charger, and StoreDot, the start-up behind the device, plans on shrinking…

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Healbe GoBe Calorie-Tracking Wristband Claims to Measure Your Calorie Intake

  An Indiegogo crowd-funded project is stirring up the technological world with its controversial claim to have a wristband that measures caloric intake noninvasively. Healbe GoBe has raised $1,054,316 of its $100,000 goal according to the website, drawing attention from health enthusiasts and skeptical scientists alike. The wristband uses 3 sensors to track body activity, and is…