Rapid-charger developed to power up phone 'within five minutes'

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Rapid-charger developed to power up phone 'within five minutes'

Oxford-based firm ZapGo claims its rapid-charge device can power up phones, computers, power tools and electric vehicles

An Oxford-based technology company claims to have developed rapid-charge technology that typically powers up a mobile device within five minutes without posing any fire risk. Late last week tech firm...

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