University of Sussex researchers have created a more energy-efficient way to send data that could replace Bluetooth in phones and other devices. This could improve battery life and allow for new ways of using technology. Instead of using electromagnetic waves, the new method uses electric waves to transmit data at close range. This consumes much less power than Bluetooth. This could lead to longer battery life when using headphones, fitness trackers, and smart home devices. The technology could also create new ways of interacting with devices, such as exchanging phone numbers by shaking hands. The researchers are now looking for partners to help make the technology smaller and cheaper for personal devices. This could lead to the technology being used in all devices in the future.
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