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Duracell and IXI Mobile, a wireless technology company, form a partnership to pioneer the usage of primary batteries in Bluetooth devices. Duracell will provide Zinc-air batteries. Amit Haller, president and CEO off IXI Mobile said, With this agreement, wireless devices can now be built at a lower cost and powered by batteries consumers can buy at their local store. (03-02 BD72-10)

Electric Fuel commercializes their new INSTANT POWERTM batteries for digital cameras. The Company says that their new batteries replace AA-sized Alkaline batteries, and the new Zinc-air 3,300 mAh batteries are in direct competition with Alkaline batteries. Instead of waiting for rechargeable AA batteries to complete a charging cycle or switching to non-rechargeable Alkaline batteries that will last as little as an hour because of the high current drain of digital cameras, users will be able to plug in an INSTANT POWER auxiliary battery and take up to 4,000 photos using the same power source, states Electric Fuels news release of 01/08 (02-02 BD71-8)

 

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