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Will Future BlackBerry Smartphones be Powered by Bugs?

robot bb 300x138 Will Future BlackBerry Smartphones be Powered by Bugs?

Picture yourself on your phone some day in the future, drinking an overpriced mocha-crapa-frapa thingamabob when all of a sudden your phone emits that evil, my battery is getting low, sound. Typically this would be a cause for alarm but the answer to your prayers may be a step away, literally.

According to a recent article written by John Lewinski at Wired.com, the military is developing a corpse-eating robot. Now let me be clear, that doesn’t mean human corpses, oh WAIT, yes it does! That’s right, the military is working in conjunction with some laboratory, full of geniuses with more government money than they can spend and have come up with a robot that actually cruises around our countries battlefields in search of a fresh carcass to devour and thus create energy.

Now let’s take this gruesome plot and apply it to our beloved BlackBerry. What stops the same technology from powering, say a smartphone? So we return back to our hapless urbanite with the low battery condition. Instead of panicking or running to his car charger, he can simply reach down and pickup a small insect, open a small compartment on his phone, insert said insect, close the lid and wait while the miracle (used lightly) of modern science converts the bug into juice (power).

Heck let’s go a step further and put wheels on the darned thing, so at night it can roam the house and take care of that annoying cricket that you can’t seem to find.

Sound unbelievable? Not to me.

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Daniel Black is the President and CEO of MobiMadness, Inc. Over the last 4 decades Dan has been an IT Director, Project Manager, Firefighter, EMT, and Army Staff Sergeant (retired).

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