|Tuesday Sep 14, 2021|
Keep an eye on Sila Nanotechnologies, which claims to have created a battery more powerful than what currently exists. Whoop, an emerging maker of fitness trackers that earlier this year became the official fitness wearable of the PGA Tour, believes in Sila because it's adding the battery to the Whoop 4.0. The big deal? The battery is 33% smaller, but does not sacrifice battery life.
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