Wow, I Never Knew it Was This Easy to Check a Battery!
Has your TV remote stopped working and you don't have any new batteries to use? Here's a quick way to check if a battery you have lying around will do the job until you go to the store again!
Be Warned! This Battery Could Be a Danger to Your Home
9V batteries are quite common in the U.S. and are often used in smoke detectors, among other things. They’re quite reliable, lasting for a long time and are easy to use. There’s only one problem – they’re not as safe as you might think.
Your Phone Battery Doesn’t Last All Day? This Might Be Why
If you have an older phone, chances are that the battery itself is to blame since any battery is bound to fade and lose its capacity with age. However, in most cases, it's actually customizable elements like settings and features of your phone themselves that are draining your phone's battery.
Battery Recycling: Learn All the Neat Tricks You Can Use!
Batteries are hard to get rid of and must be recycled the right way, which is a real pain. But before you dispose of them, watch this video, as batteries are more than just a single-use item.
The Battery Man - Unbelievable!
Slaviša Pajkić from Požarevac, Serbia is a battery man. Slavisa was born with an extremely rare condition where he doesn't sweat and has thick skin, thus increasing his resistance of his skin. Increasing resistance means less current will run through his internals, as voltage/resistance = current.
New “Massless” Battery About to Transform the Tech World
You guessed it - blame the battery. Unfortunately, batteries weigh and take up a lot of space in virtually all electronic devices, at least for now. But there is one tech innovation that promises to change that once and for all - the so-called structural battery.
Useful iPhone Tips That Can Save Your Phone’s Battery
There is so much conflicting information about battery life these days that smartphone users can easily get confused.
Tips That'll Drastically Improve Your Phone's Battery Life
Thankfully, we know some very handy ways to decrease battery usage, and enable your phone to survive on low battery for a decent period of time. There are some physical tweaks that could give you more juice out of that 10-15% battery power that you have left.
Did You Know That Batteries and Magnets Can Make Magic
Using only two batteries, a few small magnets, and some wire, this "magician" conjures up a few self-sustaining motors. Our very own David Copperfield puts these household items together with quick fingers, then sits back and watches them run.
The Truth Behind Misleading Phone Charging Myths
I think it's a pretty good bet that the two scariest words for any cell phone user are "low battery".
Vintage Meets Electric: an Electric Engine 912 Porsche
If you were lucky enough to own a vintage Porsche, would you ever consider having its original engine replaced with a Tesla battery? On the one hand, this can seem like damage to a vintage artifact. On the other hand, the advantages of an electric car are many...
A Guide to Everything That Affects Your Phone’s Longevity
The battery, of course, is the most common one. However, there are a few other things that affect your phone’s longevity that you ought to know about. Find out more in this video.
We Might See Electric Planes as Soon as 2024!
As battery technology continues to improve and develop, we can expect to see Musk’s prototype as soon as 3 to 4 years from now! But Tesla isn’t the only company that has big plans for these futuristic planes.
Replace Your Smartphone if It’s Showing Any of These Signs
The battery is draining way too quickly The first sign that your phone might be on a downward spiral is when its battery starts draining way too quickly.
15 Fool-Proof Ways to Boost Your Energy!
We hope this will help charge your battery! 1. Eat a banana Bananas provide minerals, nutrients and stimulants such as potassium, that provide controlled, slow release energy, which is better than the type of energy obtained all at once from sugary products. 2.
Don't Charge Your Phone Over 80%, Here's Why
This entropy is natural and expected, but can be delayed if you keep your phone battery levels between 20% and 80% . This is because taking your lithium battery to its extremes, meaning 100% or a full-stop 0%, is putting the battery at physical strain.
Did You Know These Cell Phone Facts Are All Totally False?
If you own a smartphone, you know the struggle of battery-life and performance issues in older models. Most of us were also told that there are certain ways we should treat our devices in order to keep them working in peak condition, preserve battery, etc.
Everything You Think About Hybrid Cars is About to Change...
The whole car, along with its 324-cell lithium-ion high density battery pack, only weights 1,490 kg (3,280 lb). The advanced technology of the battery enables it to be charged by the engine or through a plug-in equipment, and can be fully charged in just two hours.
Warning! It Can Be Illegal to Dump These 8 Items
Rechargeable Batteries You may know that ordinary batteries are no longer considered a household hazard, which means that they can be thrown in the trash, but should you do it?
In the Market For a New Smartphone? Read This Guide!
Some might be turned off due to a lack of a microSD card slot and a relatively short battery life, but the OnePlus5 still offers fantastic value for money. [related_articles] 3.
If You Do This, Then You Could Be Damaging Your Phone...
You might end up knocking your charging port out of alignment, causing a whole plethora of charging and battery issues. 4. Letting your battery fully empty According to Samsung, “Overall, and for optimal long-term results, you should keep your phone charged between 40 and 80 percent at all times.”
How the Cold Winter Months Affect Your Car & What To Do
Dead Battery A dead battery is among the most prevalent of car problems that you are likely to experience in the winter. When temperatures drop below freezing point, your car battery gets overworked.
If Your Computer Is Not Working, Here's What to Do
. • If possible, unplug the laptop, remove the battery and check it for visible damage, then plug the battery back into the laptop, plug the power adapter in and try again.
How Long Does a MacBook Last?
You also need to think about your Mac’s battery. While rechargeable batteries are good, they tend to hold less ‘stored charge’ over time. Eventually, with regular use, the computer’s battery won't hold a charge. Degraded batteries that no longer hold their charge need to be replaced.