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Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Panasonic are just four of the heavyweight Japanese companies that have reportedly teamed up for a new research and development program to develop solid-state batteries.
The main challenge to realizing solid-state batteries has been discovering a material with all of the right properties. If Ionic Materials is right and their polymer is the one to beat, we could ...
You're probably going to hear the words "solid-state batteries" being tossed around for the next few years. Heck, news from Honda has me typing those words out for the second time this week ...
Hyundai announced that it is investing money in a Massachusetts-based company working on solid-state battery technology. This follows reports of Hyundai's in-house development of the technology.
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Electric car maker Fisker has just announced a new patent on better batteries. The new patent is for a solid-state battery technology. The new type of battery promises more energy density than ...
Here comes BMW up the battery backstretch! There’s a race on in the electric vehicle world. One where a solid-state battery awaits at the finish line instead of the traditional checkered flag.
Fisker's flexible solid state battery tech promises hands-free, one-minute recharging, and 500 miles of range, which would alter automotive landscape.
Normally it’s a pretty solid assumption that whatever “revolutionary new battery chemistry” has just hit the news is going to crash and burn — sometimes literally.
A solid-state drive (SSD) is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data persistently.It is also sometimes called solid-state disk, although SSDs do not have physical disks. SSDs may use traditional hard disk drive (HDD) form-factors and protocols such as SATA and SAS, greatly simplifying usage of SSDs in computers.