SuVolta Chips Halve Power Consumption

Progress in technology seems like the expanding universe in that it’s happening faster and faster. Fujitsu Semiconductor has licensed technology from Silicon Valley startup SuVolta that reportedly makes microchips more energy-efficient so tablets and smartphones stay charged longer. It supposedly cuts power consumption in half by reducing heat production. Fujitsu said the technology does not require major changes to manufacturing and that production of cellphone chips with the technology can begin next year.

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