Radiofrequency-powered cellphone has no battery, no plug

In addition to those waves, photodiodes also help in collecting ambient light to power a barebones phone through a phone call through Skype.

CES 2016 Day 3 wrap-up: AOT, HP, Intel, Samsung, and more

CES 2016 has officially started, and, it is pretty much over. That doesn’t mean that Day 3 (which is the official day one of CES) was a boring one. Click to see what you missed.

Polaroid Power and Snap series perpetuate company’s presence

Polaroid is trying to keep up its reputation as a consumer-friendly photography enabler by putting up a slew of smartphones at CES 2016.

CES 2016 Day 2 wrap-up: AoT, Archos, HTC, Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, and more

We’re passed January 4, and, while CES 2016 only starts today, January 6, we’re recapping most notable things that happened on January 5, 2016.

Archos unveils super-low-cost Power and Cobalt phones with focus on battery and design

Archos has no less than four entry-level and mid-end Android smartphones to showcase at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, ranging in price from €50 to €150.

Extreme Power Saving turns the HTC One M8 into a cameraless dumbphone (that lasts for days)

HTC touts its new Extreme Power Saving mode as one of the most useful features of the new HTC One M8. Find out how well it works in the real world.

The US Lumia 1520 has the wrong kind of wireless charging. Thanks, AT&T!

The world’s first Windows Phone phablet has the world’s best wireless charging standard – unless you buy it in the US.

Why We Need To Stop Complaining About Non-Removable Batteries

I’ve said before that I think the companies that provide the widest…