Low Power: Microsoft "discover" what we've known for ages

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Researchers at Microsoft have figured out a way to make wearable devices last much longer on a single charge as part of a project called WearDrive, which is aimed at substantially improving the battery life of wearables.

 

http://www.techtimes.com/article...

 

Actually, it looks like they're just doing the stuff that we, as  microcontroller developers, have known for years! 

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