There’s a dirty little secret in the mobile industry: It’s not truly mobile. Mobile products were supposed to emancipate us from umbilical-like phone cords and let us go anywhere at any time. That didn’t happen, and while we’re at it, what happened to flying cars and laser guns? The future has been a bust so far, but we digress. The mobile industry could be more accurately labeled as partially mobile. The problem being these wondrous devices require a lot of juice, and if they run out they’re about as useful as shards is of crumbling brick. Sure, there are battery cases and tangled webs of wall and car charger wires, but is this the mobile future we all expected? There has to be a better way, and perhaps there already is.