Toshiba unveils methanol fuel cell recharger for mobile gadgets

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Zero carbon Dynario device promises to power up devices quickly, but not cheaply

Toshiba Corp is launching a portable fuel cell aimed at consumers seeking a quick, green – albeit pricy – way to recharge mobile devices while on the go. The Japanese electronics giant yesterday unveiled...

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