Autonomy to the stars
It seems that the time of lithium batteries is about to end, at least in the smartphone field. According to a team from NASA and other American technology laboratories, fluoride would guarantee a life span of eight times higher than lithium ions . According to former chemist Robert Grubbs, we may not even need to recharge our devices for weeks.
The only problem seems to be overheating and material instability. In any case, the scientists are working on it and have already made the batteries usable at room temperature. Of time from here to the end of the research it will pass in abundance, therefore do not expect imminent releases . If nothing else, it is yet another confirmation that smart technology continues to evolve at the speed of light.
Between ultra-thin folding glass and 3D holographic screens, the future seems to promise avalanches of innovation .