Posts Tagged ‘battery’

UltraCap Creates Revolutionary Lightweight Car Battery

London, United Kingdom, September 27, 2016 / – Scientists from London based UltraCap Ltd., are in the final stages of developing a ‘green’ solid state battery for electric vehicles that they claim will be 40 times lighter than current Lithium-Ion batteries. UltraCap founders, Professor Vladimir Krstic and Nico Van Dongen, say their new battery, the… Read More

Nokia Mobile Phone Battery On Guangdong’s Quality Blacklist

According to the Guangdong Administration for Industry and Commerce’s report on quality of mobile phone batteries, chargers and wire and cable products sold in Guangdong in the third quarter of 2008, of 249 batches of products produced by 113 companies, 144 batches failed to meet the relevant Chinese standards and the pass rate was only […]

Nokia Mobile Phone Battery May Cause Explosion

According to Hong Kong media, Nokia’s (NOK) BP-6M battery, which is used on seven types of Nokia mobile phones, including N73, N93, 3250, 6233, 6280, 9300 and 9300i, may cause an explosion when charging.

AQSIQ: Eight Kinds Of Mobile Phone Batteries Unqualified

China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has published a report on the spot-check results of mobile phone batteries, which shows that eight types of mobile phone batteries, all of which were made by Shenzhen companies, are unqualified.

China Mobile Offers Free Telephone Service For Earthquake Victims

China Mobile’s (CHL) Sichuan branch has begun to open sites in areas with dense populations in Sichuan Province so that people affected by the earthquake can keep in touch with their families and friends around the nation.

Nokia China’s New HQ Lands In Yizhuang

Nokia (NOK) China’s new headquarters has been formally completed in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic and Technological Development Zone, which marks the birth of the world’s most complete mobile communications industry chain in Beijing.

Beijing Identifies 16 Unqualified Mobile Phone Batteries

Beijing Municipal Administration for Industry and Commerce has published the results of lithium ion batteries circulated in Beijing markets, which shows that 16 kinds of batteries are unqualified in discharge performance or recycle longevity.