In a country where a third of people have not paid for a new cellphone in years, it can be tough to keep a phone charged.
But one man is using the latest smart technology to help keep his phone charged in the event of an emergency.
A group of Israeli scientists and engineers has developed a software program that can remotely disable the batteries on a phone when it is being used in an emergency, reducing the risk of the phone catching fire.
“This technology could save lives,” said Yossi Moti, who heads the technology department of the Israel Electric Corporation, the nation’s electric utility.
Moti said the Israeli company is currently working with a group of companies to make the program, and hopes to make it commercially available by 2020.
The company has already received about 200 requests from phone companies to disable the battery in the case of an accidental fire.
It has found that more than 60% of the phones on the market have the battery plugged into a charger or plug into an outlet.
The company said it plans to launch the technology in the first quarter of 2020.
The company said that when a phone is plugged into the charger or outlet, the phone is automatically disconnected from the network, leaving it to die in an accident or in the wrong place.
But Moti said this is not the case for some phones.
He said that for the average smartphone, the only way to disable a phone’s battery is to power it off entirely.
He said it is possible to power a phone down by using a USB charger, but that this is only useful for phones that are connected to a wall or with a low battery level.
Moti noted that for smartphones with low battery levels, the system will automatically shut off the phone if it detects a “dead battery.”
He said it would only shut down the phone for a short period of time, then restart the phone to restore it to its normal state.
He added that in some cases, the smartphone could not be restarted for a long period of times.
One of the issues in this case is that the phone could have an overheating problem.
In the event that the battery was damaged, the battery could be easily replaced, but in other cases, Moti pointed out, the device could be lost in the wild.
After the initial power outage, the user would receive a notification on the phone informing them that they have a battery problem and that the device should be turned off.
The user can then use the app to disconnect the phone from the charger, plug it into an AC outlet, and turn it off again.
It would also be possible to plug a phone into an alternate outlet to charge it, Moli said, but this would require that the user purchase a charger.
He added that if the phone were damaged in an accidental incident, the manufacturer would take steps to ensure that it would not happen again.
The phone would be locked and cannot be charged for a while, Motti said.
He said the device would be able to power down a phone in an unplugged state for up to three hours, and then reconnect after the three hours had passed.
Moli said the company plans to release a firmware update to enable this feature.
He also noted that the software could be used to disable or restart the phones battery in cases of an unplanned power outage.
As a result of this new technology, Mosi said that there would be less potential for the smartphone to catch fire and other types of electrical problems, like a fire that started on the device.
There are some safety measures the company has taken, such as notifying the user that the handset could not function after the phone has been plugged into an electrical outlet for a few minutes.
But the main goal is to save lives, Mudi said.
He explained that it is important that people know that their smartphone can work even if they don’t know when or if it will be plugged in again.
Mudi said that the company was trying to improve the quality of its products and reduce the risk that people will be put in a dangerous situation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that he was optimistic that the technology will help prevent the accidental death of thousands of people each year in the country.