The Future of Alternative Energy-Powered Gadgets

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The folks behind last months Greener Gadgets conference have put together an edited video clip of the panel Earth2Tech organized, which included execs of several startups that are selling mobile devices powered by alternative sources of energy. The panel included kinetic power startup M2E Power, hand-held wind generator Hymini, mobile solar power from Solio, a new lithium ion battery for laptops from Boston Power, and fuel cell company MTI Micro. (The show was organized by Inhabitat Editor and my own lovely sister Jill Fehrenbacher). Have a look-see:

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ITech & Gadget Diary

At this time many more gadget made using alternative energy such as solar powered, wind powered. Its mean many gadget in the future eco friendly…

I was posted some gadget using it in my blog ITech & Gadget Diary.

By the way nice blog keep work mate…

Thanks

mayor mize

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joeline

They say the magniwork is a scam- but hasn’t anyone heard of the “maglev” train- it operates on magnetic energy to propell the train at an extremely high rate of speed.

I know our government doesn’t want info like this getting out- Saudi Arabia would implode .

Noticias de Tecnologia

Hello, first time reader here, and your blog looks very nice!

You have gathered lots of great info.

I’m gonna be an assiduous reader, great job! Regards…

Web

Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.

Paul Dodd

Excellent information. Here is something interesting I found while browsing.
Samsung to do Fuel Cell Powered Cellphones

There’s been a lot of speculation surrounding the use of fuel cells to power electronic gadgets, but no one of the major cellphone makers have stepped forward and said “We’re developing a fuel cell powered cellular phone” until yesterday’s announcement by Samsung.
From the Businessweek.com article:
The South Korean outfit is backing a project to build handsets

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