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July 8th, 2004
Next-Generation Power Sources Will Make Gadgets Truly Mobile
The low-battery bleep that ends your cell phone conversation in mid-sentence or sends you scrambling with your laptop for an outlet could soon be relegated to history, thanks to breakthroughs in fuel cells and solar energy. Mobile devices are growing ever more power-hungry, even as conventional battery capacity hits its limits, said Sara Bradford, a San Antonio-based industry analyst with the research firm Frost & Sullivan.
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