Hong Kong start-up wants to put an end to smartphone battery woes

A Hong Kong start-up hopes it has the cure for the panic faced by smartphone users when their devices run out of power and they have no way to charge their phones while on the move. MobiJuce, developed by Silicon Valley veterans, is launching an app-based …
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