Technology advances without letting up, although some sections are of a little halting their progress: batteries, screens, processors, etc. This happens because when a mature technology eventually stagnates. To overcome this change is needed and luckily there are several new materials that could approach. Nano materials: Graphene , carbon nano tubes nano cellulose and are some of the most amazing. Here you can do:

Graphene:

It is currently fashionable material. It is a layer of carbon just one atom thick, prominent for its incredible lightness, strength (over steel) and flexibility , qualities prized in the manufacture of electronic products for example. Do you know that you can use? In Tecnonauta have a note with video dedicated to it, but just in case are some examples:

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Flexible Devices: Both screens as the internal circuitry of the gadgets could be kept flexible and extremely durable. Even transparency is possible. For Graphene screens would have to wait for 3-5 years.
Batteries with more capacity: Using graphene could have ten times more durable batteries and loaded only half an hour. This will solve one of the biggest handicap of smartphones.

Optical fiber: Graphene is very fast becoming light into electricity, ideal property receivers fiber optic cables and solar panels. Internet in general could be faster with Graphene. You see, many advantages. But make graphene is expensive , since the process is very expensive and delicate. A sheet can cost hundreds of euros. Hopefully in a few years you can overcome this.

Nano cellulose:

An amazing natural material derived from cellulose, with equally amazing features that graphene but cheaper . It is even up to eight times stronger than steel, is extremely light and high electrical conductivity. Its uses are varied, but replace the glass in flexible displays is one of the most obvious. There is also the possibility of using it to create biofuel, an alternative cleaner to traditional gasoline. Other uses are interesting uses for creating water and blood filters, protective vests and car body chassis. Will it become the low-cost variant of graphene ? We must wait.

Carbon Nano tubes:

Other carbon-derived material, as graphene, but in this case wound layers is sensitive. Its most attractive is the manufacture of transistors and smaller memories than current form miniaturize computers . In fact recently created the first carbon nano tube-processor … We’re close!