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Powermat Wireless Charging Flips The Switch, Now Available

It's been about 10 months since any word from the company, but Powermat's wireless charging solution has finally gone live. The design of the 'receivers' (the cases for your products that make the wireless charging possible) lo...
 
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Duracell Expands Its Product Line With The myGrid SmartPower Charging Mat

During our visit to CES 2009 we saw the PowerMat.  This was the first time I saw wireless charging done simple.  Now Duracell is entering the market with a similar product called the myGrid SmartPower and it looks to be a littl...

 
Battery
 
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qi-wireless-charging-logo

Wireless Charging Logo Announced, Standard Set So We Don’t Fry Ourselves

While wireless charging has yet to hit critical mass, a consortium - called The Wireless Power Consortium - has already been formed in the hopes of solidifying a standard for the technology.  And today they've announced their l...
 
Cell Phones
 
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iPhone Wireless Charging Has Arrived By Way Of WildCharge

While we anxiously await Powermat's offering and Apple to embed a solution directly into the iPhone, Wildcharge has officially announced the availability of their wireless charging solution for iPods and iPhones.  Much like Pow...

 
Cell Phones
 
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Mojo Mobility: Yet Another Wireless Charging Solution, Announces Support For Intel MIDs

As each day passes my skepticism grows as to whether or not OEMs can be successful in producing their own wireless charging solutions for phones and other portable devices.  After all, the technology is hardly unique; case in p...
 
Battery
 
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CES: PowerMat Wireless Energy

What is it: A wireless charging solution for multiple gadgets. Features: Uses "Magnetic Induction" to transfer energy wirelessly to portable devices such as iPhones, PSP's, Laptops, etc. For any gadget under 100 watts, a receiv...