In my second book, Driving into Darkness, Markham Microprocessors perfect a new technology for charging mobile devices using radio waves, an invention that is set to make them millions. This is not the stuff of science fiction or an overactive imagination, as battery life is a real issue for the likes of Apple, Samsung, Dell etc. Many companies have been working on a solution (including using radio waves) and now researchers at a British company have come up with novel solution using hydrogen. They have developed a fuel cell that fits into an existing iPhone 6 and using a patented mix of hydrogen and oxygen, will charge the phone for up to a week. It will be few years before you see something like this in the shops, providing the company can contain the highly flammable nature of Hydrogen, as nothing will kill its early adoption better than exploding iPhones.
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