Scientists find way to tweak smartphone Wi-Fi cards to improve battery life

Computer scientists from the University of Michigan say a "subconscious" energy saving mode could improve a smartphone's battery life by as much as 54 percent. The idea is to turn down the clock on a smartphone's Wi-Fi card so that it operates at 1/16 of its normal frequency. Article

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