Google News has a fascinating new chart of the current state of electronic devices.

It shows that electronic devices are increasingly using different kinds of batteries to recharge them, which could make it difficult to detect and disable any potential attacks.

It’s possible to detect if a device is a hotspot or a battery drain by looking for an increase in power or temperature, for example.

But it’s not clear how much this will help in the future, because we still don’t have enough information about how these batteries work and how they might be vulnerable to attack.

It’s also not clear that there are sufficient standards for the electronics industry to keep up with what’s happening with electronic devices, and whether they should be expected to remain safe.