The updated Qi v1.2 standard brings a greater range to both new and existing Qi devices, making it easier to charge multiple devices and allowing you to throw your devices onto a pad without worrying about being perfectly aligned.
Great technology is best with great design. This does not involve only aesthetics, but also usability, accessibility and functionality. When wireless charging technology came into fashion, for... example, the intent was to enable untethered powering-up. However, design limitations resulted in some difficulty creating chargers that are both easy to use and well-designed.
Case in point: Whi...
Despite being one of the most technologically advanced handsets on the market today, the Galaxy S5 does not have built in wireless charging. Samsung just released two wireless charging cases, and I... also tried many third party wireless charging solutions as well. Today, we check out the best ones!SView Cover Case
First up is the $70 Samsung Wireless Charging S-View Flip Cover. ...
AT&T is currently selling the Nokia Fatboy Wireless Charger for just $5, which is about the best wireless charger offer we have ever seen.
It’s not often you can get 79% off a product, so if you’re looking for a nice wireless charger, well, today is your lucky day. We have found the TechMatte Qi Wireless Charger for just $14.99 (Regular price $69.99) at Amazon.
Zens is now introducing a car charger that brings wireless charging to your cup carrier, priced at €69.99 or roughly $100.
It looks like we are seeing the beginning of the end of the wireless charging wars. Although there are actually three competing wireless charging standards, it appears that the Qi specification will likely become the sole standard as Microsoft and Samsung Electro-Mechanics have joined the board of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), the group responsible for the Qi standard.
MediaTek has announced the world’s first multimode inductive and resonance based wireless charger at CES 2014.
The Alliance for Wireless Power has now officially introduced its new Rezence power standard, which uses magnetic resonance instead of inductive charging. Keep reading to learn more!
Has the pace of innovation been slowing down lately? We’re used to incremental improvements to the existing technology in our smartphones, but big, bold moves are much more exciting. Our expectations... are higher than ever. There have been some interesting developments in the last year. Sony has brought waterproofing into the mainstream. Apple dipped a toe, or a finger, into biometrics with the fingerprint sca...