Russian startup can charge your cell phone with water

A Russian startup funded by two of Russia’s largest nanotech centers, Dubna just outside Moscow and Sygma.Novosibirsk from Siberia, has developed what appears to be a brand new charging device for a variety of portable gadgets, Rusnanonet.ru reported.

The innovation draws upon the principles of hydrogen energy. The HandyPower charger is said to enable the charging of various gadgets, including mobile phones, iPods, navigators, portable lighting systems and laptops, which are located far from sources of electricity.

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