While the performance of our smartphones improves in a big way every year, one thing doesn’t seem to be improving very much – the batteries.

We still have to constantly recharge our devices. And then, there was that whole mess with the Samsung Note 7 exploding …

Well, this all might be changing. Scientists have engineered a special material that could allow computers of the future to operate using just a few quick pulses of electricity rather than a constant stream.

This means our computers and smartphones will require 100 times less energy to run, and will last much longer before they need a recharge.

These researchers believe it will be possible in a few years to only have to charge your phone every three months. Which will be nice.


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