Once the use of toxic mercury in household batteries was eliminated a couple of decades ago, it finally became safe to just toss dead AAs in the trash. But if deep down you actually felt guilty about not being able to recycle them, Energizer's here to help your conscious with its new EcoAdvanced AAs made with four…
It's the middle of the night and you're in the middle of nowhere when—whumpa, whumpa, whumpa—you get a flat. Rather than fumble through the tire change in the dark, why not keep this portable LED lantern in the boot should the need arise?
This is the new Energizer iSurge Travel Charging Station. It has a built-in 30-pin iPhone/iPod dock connector, 2.1 Amp USB port for fast charging of iPads and other USB devices, three surge-protected AC outlets and an integrated nightlight.
Inductive chargers have been kicking around for a while now, but Energizer's new charging platter is the first to utilize Qi technology—the new universal standard for inductive charging. That's one small step closer to total freedom from cables.
Alan Wake (fantastically entertaining game) is one of the more conspicuous about in-game advertising. Hell, they even work products into the gameplay itself. Penny Arcade's take on this is only slightly exaggerated, if you can believe it.
Own a piece of the fascinating battery spokesbunny saga, for a minimum of $15,000! "What fascinating battery spokesbunny saga?" you might ask. Well, have you ever heard of the Duracell bunny?
If you've bought the Energizer DUO USB battery charger, you might want to uninstall the software immediately. Why? Because it comes pre-loaded with a backdoor that can let someone remotely access your computer.
Energizer just announced two new portable solar chargers, the SP1000 and SP2000, both of which provide power through an AC or USB adapter. If you're into that kind of hippie "let's not destroy the earth" stuff, this looks pretty good.
The technology for Energizer's Zinc Air batteries may go back 35 years, but it's certainly being used well. These new batteries, which we'll see this summer, will be smaller and have three times the run time of prior versions.
Looks like the $12 Energizer E2 rechargeable D battery is actually a AA battery (retail price: $3) in a larger shell. Try to keep your anger at an appropriate level: A short, derisive grunt should be just right. [Natural News]
Need to hide in the bushes for eleven hours outside Megan Fox's house while taking the occasional super-zoom shot? Need to recharge your batteries but have no outlet? Energizer's portable charger clip is there.
The folks at Energizer are updating their Energi To Go line of rechargeable battery life extenders to encompass the iPhone 3G and solar power.
Energizer's latest industrial-grade flashlight will take LEDs to war...or just your next backyard camping trip.
The best part about the Energizer's Wiimote Induction Charging System is that if you choose to play it safe with the rubber sleeves and wrist straps, you can charge them without removing that extra stuff.
Duracell vs Energizer was one of the headlining tech fights of the '80s, as Walkmanseseses chewed through cell after cell. Today, a better match up is the one between their rechargeable batteries.
Energizer's Solar Recharger looks, at first glance, like a confused device. Is it an iPod battery extender? AA charger? Solar adapter? Well, it's all of these things, which is why it's awesome.
We don't write about batteries much on Gizmodo because, well, there's not much going on with batteries in the consumer market. But Energizer has a new technology that they're hyping for CES 2009.
It appears that the Energizer bunny can keep going even when the power is out thanks to a new line of "Light on Demand" products that feature a wireless, removable, low-power LED light stick. Each one of these sticks includes a backup rechargeable battery pack that will kick in in the event of a power outage. More…
Update: Turns out Energi to Go hasn't been tested to work with the new iPods or the iPhone, as Mobile Whack reported. It only works with the old iPod Nanos and the iPod Videos. Original post below.