Our online glossary is here to help you make sense of the terminology used in the cell phone industry. It covers mobile technologies, such as 3G and 4G, and even includes a bit of information on smartphone operating systems and the companies that make the cell phones and other mobile technology devices we all use.
A fuel cell is a device that creates electricity through a reaction powered by two or more chemical agents combining. Unlike a regular battery, which merely stores energy, a fuel cell actually consumes its fuel to create its power, and thus needs to be refilled periodically. Common fuel cell development for mobile devices uses methanol alcohol as the fuel agent.
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