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Tesla targets battery innovation to reduce EV costs February 25, 2014 Tesla targets battery innovation to reduce EV costs Leading EV car maker Tesla Motors Inc is preparing to release details about a proposed 'Gigafactory' which Tesla's billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk says will be key to the company’s goal of producing an electric vehicle that will cost about $35,000. Read more Can lightning strikes protect smart grid components? February 25, 2014 Can lightning strikes protect smart grid components? A researcher at Stockholm's KTH Royal Instititute of Technology has developed a system that uses natural transients such as lightning to measure the wear and tear on power components. Read more Custom power system design/manufacturing service supports European markets February 25, 2014  Custom power system design/manufacturing service supports European markets Vicor Corporation is extending the company’s custom power system design and manufacturing capabilities to the European market with the launch of Vicor Custom Europe. Read more Power-efficient micro-mirror array delivers brighter HD image quality February 24, 2014 Power-efficient micro-mirror array delivers brighter HD image quality Texas Instruments has released the 0.3" HD Tilt & Roll Pixel (TRP) DLP Pico chipset, which is the company's smallest, most power-efficient micro-mirror array, which can generate high-definition (HD) displays from compact electronics. Read more System automates battery life analysis for mobile devices February 24, 2014 System automates battery life analysis for mobile devices Spirent Communications has launched the Quantum automated system for measuring and driving improvements to the battery life of mobile devices. Read more NXP takes on Wolfson with Rubidium February 24, 2014 NXP takes on Wolfson with Rubidium NXP is attacking Wolfson's 'always on' audio technology through a deal with Israeli developer Rubidium. Read more Photovoltaic development deals targets 22.4 percent cell efficiencies February 24, 2014 Photovoltaic development deals targets 22.4 percent cell efficiencies Norwegian solar cell manufacturer REC is teaming up with Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems to develop high-efficiency solar cells develop high-efficiency solar cells based on n-type monocrystalline wafers. Read more Is envelope tracking innovation smartphone battery-life game-changer? February 24, 2014 Is envelope tracking innovation smartphone battery-life game-changer? Eta Devices, Inc., a spin-off from the electrical engineering department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is unveiling a envelope tracking platform technology, ETAdvanced, which the company claims will extend the battery life of smartphones by up to 50%. Read more First major PC manufacturer supports wireless charging standard February 24, 2014 First major PC manufacturer supports wireless charging standard Dell has become the first major PC original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to support a wireless power standards organization by joining the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP). Read more Bosch Engineering co-develops electric sports vehicle February 21, 2014 Bosch Engineering co-develops electric sports vehicle The engineering of the Quant electric sports car to be introduced at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show comes from a Bosch subsidiary - Bosch Engineering GmbH has designed the powertrain of the four-seater. The manufacturer of the Quant-e, NanoFlowCell has already generated high expectations - the company ... Read more
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