Battle of the giants: Google's advanced energy storage team, and Apple's disappointing smartwatch battery

As software and hardware giants like Google and Apple dive deeper into the next evolution of consumer electronics – wearables, the Internet of things, and Information Meets Matter – energy storage is increasingly becoming a bottleneck. In response, these companies are dedicating more resources to...

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