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  • Li-ion battery’s inner workings revealed

    PARIS: Scientists said on Tuesday they have for the first time looked inside an overheating lithium-ion battery, using sophisticated X-ray imaging to identify ways to make the ubiquitous technology safer...

    Light and rechargeable, the Li-ion battery powers our world -- everything from mobile phones, cameras and computers to electric cars and recently also e-cigarettes...

  • Battery recycling workshops contributing to environmental lead: KU study

    KARACHI: Highlighting high levels of lead concentration in roadside dust and plants and its harmful impact on health and environment, a recent study has described battery recycling workshops as a major contributor to environmental lead and suggested their removal from densely-populated areas...

    Titled Lead concentration in urban dust and leaves of street plants, Karachi, the study was jointly conducted by the Institute of...

  • Tesla to build giant battery in Australia amid energy crisis

    Tesla announced on Friday it will build the world's largest lithium-ion battery in southern Australia, part of a bid to solve an energy crisis that has led to ongoing blackouts across the region...

    Tesla will partner with French renewable energy company Neoen to build the 100-megawatt battery farm in South Australia state, with Tesla CEO Elon Musk promising to deliver the system within 100 days of signing the contract or it will be...

  • Samsung Electronics says battery defects caused Note 7 fires

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Monday said battery defects caused its premium Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire, not the device's software or hardware...

    The announcement comes more than three months after the world's top smartphone maker scrapped the short-lived competitor of Apple Inc's iPhones, costing $5...

  • Toyota works to develop advanced electric-car battery

    Toyota Motor Corp said it aims to develop a more advanced electric-car battery "in a few years" that will allow the Japanese automaker to build vehicles with up to 15 per cent greater range and battery life than they have currently...

    “Lithium-ion battery is a key technology for electrifying cars, and there is a clear need, going forward, for improving this technology and its performance even more,” Hisao Yamashige, a battery...

  • Samsung moves on from Note 7 crisis, SDI battery affiliate struggles

    Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest maker of smartphones, was quick to blame the battery for causing some Note 7 devices to catch fire...

    "Since the first recall, we've had many inquiries from our clients, including Apple, asking whether batteries used in their products are safe," said a person at SDI who was involved in developing the Note 7 battery...

  • Five battery makers fined Rs1m each

    ISLAMABAD: The Compet­ition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has imposed a penalty of Rs1 million each on five battery manufacturers for violating section 10 of the Competition Act 2010 by hiding important information about their products from consumers...

    The commission received a formal complaint that various battery makers were misleading consumers about their dry and acid-lead batteries by not disclosing material information such as...

  • Battery makers seek concessionary duties

    ISLAMABAD: Battery manufacturers on Tuesday asked the government to extend the benefit of concessionary rate of customs duty on import of raw materials, components, sub-components of automotive batteries to all types of locally made storage batteries...

    In their proposals submitted to the Federal Board of Revenue for the upcoming budget, battery manufactures asked the government to exempt customs duty on imports made under SRO...

  • Pakistan Army bags top positions in sit-ups

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Army made a clean sweep winning all the top three positions in the sit-ups contest of the first International PACES Competition-2016 at Ayub Stadium here on Thursday...

    Overall, 325 athletes belonging to the armies of 14 countries took part in the sit-ups contest...

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