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July 16th, 2005
As the world goes wireless, with smaller devices providing more functions, power density and weight are the real challenges. Fuel cells offer a solution, as companies join the race to bring the first products to the market.
Many big name electronics corporations are working with fuel cell companies to get the products out to the market. Sharp Corporation has enlisted Nanosys, Inc. to develop nanotechnology-enabled fuel cells for laptop computers, cell phones and cameras.
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