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The power of sun-charged phones

Every hour your smartphone idle in your pocket or bag, the sun is bathing the earth in enough energy to run the world economy for a year. ||| New York - If allowing your smartphone to run out of power during the day doesn’t make you feel silly enough, consider this: Every hour it’s idle in your pocket or bag, the sun is bathing the earth in enough energy to run the world economy for a year.
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