Monday, June 6, 2011

Chips That Make Your Cellphone Battery Last Longer!

A start-up by the name of SuVolta has done what other manufacturers seemingly can't, and created processors that consume less power than before. License the technology to bigger companies, Fujitsu is already signed on as their first customer.
It's not just the design of the chips which has enabled SuVolta to make them more energy-efficient. Somewhere within the actual process of making them, SuVolta has radically changed the process—though they are remaining close-lipped for now about the change.
If all goes well, Fujitsu will start creating chips using this technology next year.


  1. great one, i wish i had one nowadays since my mobile phone akku lasts only 20 hours ...

  2. I would use one of those chips. My batter after 2 days of using and starts to pew for a recharge i fu*kin hate that ;(

  3. Looking for somethin like this my battery is always running out of power...

  4. that's cool but mine already lasts like a week if not even more