12 May '11, 7pm

Cell Phones Could Be Talk-Powered

As comments on the The Telegraph clearly point out, there is an orders of magnitude gap between even theoretical energy harvesting of sound waves vs. what a cell phone, even one with highly efficient RF transmission, would require. Please do 2 minutes of homework before reposting nonsense that some scientists somewhere may or may not have said (i.e. facts lost in translation by non tech journalists) to get attention.

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