Smartphones, refrigerators, and the power of connection

The average smartphone can use as much electricity in a year as the average refrigerator. A smartphone’s power consumption is driven primarily by the phone’s screen and the amount of data it processes and transfers. Refrigerators have become far more energy efficient over time, but still account for about 14% of a household’s energy use.

The smartphone and the refrigerator are essential parts of our lives. One provides communication, connection, entertainment, information. The other preserves the food that nourishes us. And we expect both to be available 24/7. Entefy’s technology can’t keep your leftovers fresh (at least not yet), but it does provide round-the-clock access to your digital world of people, smart devices, and services.

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