Tag: battery life

Why battery sucks? Save it

The strong desire of external chargers is mainly to keep gadgets last for days untethered. A investigation in 2012 said that the battery life, compared with other features, contributed to dissatisfaction among smartphone buyers. Today, this situation still seems unchanged, when most of the smartphone can only browse the web for 8 hours before dying…on …

Here Comes The Two-Week Charge

Smartphones have become our constant companions, and the more we rely on them to stay informed and connected, the more important it is that our devices stay energized. Various saving life tips, apps and portable chargers for android and iPhones have a difference for longer lifespans, faster charges and improved capacity. But here come the …

What's Unknowingly Killing Your Tech?

1. Resting Laptops on Beds, Carpets or Bare Skin Without a cooling pad or a proper ventilation area, your laptop will overheat when used for too long. So wrapping it up in your blankets and watching for an entire weekend are not good. Overheating can decrease your battery life and, in some cases, cause serious …

All Facts You Need to Know About Batteries

The history of batteries is a fascinating story. Due to the advances in technology, modern batteries have become amazing powerhouses for today’s portable devices. They have their own advantages and disadvantages that make them right for particular purposes. The following is the more popular varieties, particularly in mobile devices: Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) battery: Lightweight and offers …

How to charge your phone during an emergency

Accidents happen everywhere. Today more than ever before, we face many different types of situations that could leave us in the emergency. As a tool to call for help, or act as a flashlight, compass and GPS, smartphone is necessary, but its all functions rely on the battery and the features most useful in a …

How to Charge Your iPhone 6 Faster

If you’re looking to boost the charging speed of your new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, maybe you can try to use your iPad’s power brick, its battery will fill up faster. This unadvertised yet supremely handy feature was first spotted by MacRumors and iLounge. According to some preliminary tests, they found that although the …