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Inside the battery-free cell phone of the future

The battery-free phone runs on ambient light and RF signals, though it's not enough to power your favorite game. Batteries: You can't live with them, you can't live without them, and I recite that cliche because I know you're nodding along with me right now. Smartphone battery packs have become bigger so that they last longer, and a majority have been infused with fast charging technology.
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