Simon Daniel

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Simon Daniel (born 10 March 1971) is a British inventor and entrepreneur. He is founder and CEO of the Moixa Group, which includes the Moixa Energy subsidiary. Daniel is the inventor of a folding PDA keyboard; Moixa licensed the design for use with PDAs including Palm, Ipaq, and Blackberry.

As founder and CEO of Moixa Energy, in September 2006 he brought to market an AA nickel metal hydride battery with a built-in Universal Serial Bus plug allowing it to be recharged without a custom charger. See usbcell.

He received a degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, where he was a student at Christ's College.

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