Tuesday, May 24, 2016

18 Yr Old Student Gets Google’s Attention With 30 Second Smartphone Charger Technology

By EditAndroidOur smart can do so much. It can provide answers to a question before you even finish typing, it can call your contacts without ever having to actually touch the pad, and can make sure you’ll never find yourself lost on aroad trip all the while strming your favorite songs the entire time. We can all admit that life without our precious smart is somewhatunimaginable. The price we pay for being attached to our smart is a less than desirable battery life. At some point in the day, if not multiple times throughout the next 24 hours, your baby will be tethered to its lifeline–the drded charger.Well, 18 yr oldEesha Khare has taken on this problem by developing a supercapacitor that can charge in under 30 seconds as part of the 2013 International Science and Engineering Fair.No surprise the impressive tech caught Google’s eye, and the company has reportedly contacted Khare about the project. Shehasn’tdisclosed any specifics about what Google has talked to her about, but made it clr she’s not selling anytime soon. The technology she’s working on right now is alrdy built to hold 10,000 charge-recharge cycles, which is 10 times more than the standard battery in our today.No wonder Google is trying to woo the details out of this brilliant mind.Khare is currently preparing to evolve thetechnologyand continue resrch into the future. You can check out Khare in action in the below.

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