Swedish startup MyFC unveiled its cool technology, dubbed JAQ, at CES on Jan. 6. The device, which is small enough to slip into your back pocket, is a fuel cell charger. It uses saltwater and oxygen to convert chemical energy into electricity. Then it uses that electricity to charge your phone’s battery. LAS VEGAS — A sleek new device could help you charge your phone without an electric outlet.
The charger consists of a credit card-shaped “power card” and a hollowed out port that’s roughly the size of a smartphone. The card contains saltwater, which fuels electricity-producing chemical reactions when you slip the card into the port. To get that electricity to your phone’s battery, you simply plug your phone into the port with a standard cable. Read more…
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