Scientists at the University of South Carolina have found a way to use a cheap T-shirt to store electrical power. It could pave the way for clothes that are able to charge phones and other devices. Experts predict that new technologies including roll-up smartphones and laptops will be on the market soon. These developments would spur on the need for “flexible energy storage”, said the professor behind the project. Read the full story at BBC.
T-shirts developed that could charge mobile phones
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