Here at CES 2015, we had the opportunity to interview Energous, one of the leading advocates of wireless charging home solutions.
In a talk with Geoff Gordon, Chair of the marketing committee of the A4WP, we learn more about the merger with the PMA, Rezence, and what the future holds.
The Alliance for Wireless Power and Power Matter Alliance have signed a letter of intent to merge, in order to accelerate the roll-out of wireless charging enabled products.
Freescale’s new wireless charging technology could charge devices up to 3x faster!
Intel is expected to release a wireless charging bowl by the end of 2014.
If you have a smartphone with wireless charging and need a wireless charger (or an extra one), the Nokia DT-900 Wireless Charging Plate is a good option.
Researchers at the Queen Mary University in London are working on a way to charge your cell phone using nothing more than sound. Go ahead, play your music, we need a top up.
Energous’ WattUp technology will let you wirelessly charge your smart phones and watches with a radius of 15 feet. Prototypes and products should arrive next year.
UBeam is an upcoming wireless charging standard that promises the ability to charge your device while you move around a room and actively keep using your phone.
Why are we still waiting for widespread wireless charging to take off? Why doesn’t every Android device support it out of the box? Why can’t we be free from the tyranny of the wire? We take a look at the state of wireless charging.