lithium batteries

Weird News
This toothy consumer test blew up in a man's face.
Tech
Testing on the fitness tracker found that it sustained external damage, the company said in a statement.
Crime
“I thought he had a pocket full of fireworks and then I realized he had an e-cigarette.”
Science
What's all the jubilation about? Well, for one of the last people who touched the little spaceship's battery before it left the earth in 2011, it's a time for joyous celebration. That would be Mike Surline, a guy who knows batteries.
Tech
Lithium is an essential component of many consumer tech products.
Tech
With shortages of lithium predicted and demand for the element growing, looking for new and cost-effective ways to extract it from one of our largest natural resources certainly makes sense.
Tech
There always comes that frustrating moment when your television remote or other electronic device runs out of power, and
Travel
After months of grounding by the FAA, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is poised to take flight again in the next few weeks. And
Business
Innovation has been a popular business buzzword in recent years, and for good reason: It's critical to remaining competitive.
Business
* 787 launch customer ANA cancels 1,887 flights for March 1-30 While that request is pending, the FAA said on Wednesday it
Tech
Current lithium batteries tend to overheat and can be a fire risk. The jelly-based batteries keep at a cooler temperature
The World Post
Worldfocus' Ivette Feliciano, Bryan Myers and Ara Ayer venture to the "Salar de Uyuni" -- the largest salt flat in the world
Environment
More than half the world's supply of lithium--73 million tons--is in Bolivia, a nation run by populist Evo Morales. In anticipation
Environment
The internal combustion engine is approaching obsolescence, and other concepts such as Shai Agassi's Better Place electric vehicle network model a more promising future.