Google is working hard inside their laboratories to improve the future tech and innovate it to the extent from where we can make it more efficient. The latest report coming out reveals that Google X lab is researching more on lithium ion batteries to make them last longer.
According to reports, Google has at least 20 battery-dependent projects. Google has recently moved into industries such as transportation, health care, robotics and communications, designing physical devices that require efficient batteries and in CEO Larry Page’s view, battery life for mobile devices is a ‘huge issue’ with ‘real potential to invent new and better experiences.’
As per The Wall Street Journal reports:
In late 2012, a team led by former Apple Inc. battery expert Dr. Ramesh Bhardwaj began testing batteries developed by others for use in Google devices. About a year later, the group expanded to look at battery technologies that Google might develop itself, according to people familiar with the matter.
At Google, Dr. Bhardwaj’s group is trying to advance current lithium-ion technology and the cutting-edge solid-state batteries for consumer devices, such as Glass and Google’s glucose-measuring contact lens, according to the people familiar with the matter.
Not only Google is googling about the batteries even other companies like Tesla, Apple and IBM are also dedicating research for this purpose.