‘What would you like to have, Sir?’, ‘A double Mac with cheese and a charging port will do!’ This is what conversations at fast food chains might look like in the near future. And no, we are not talking about the conventional wired AC supply, we are talking about ‘spots’ inside these restaurants where wireless […]
Fast wireless charging is finally here! Personally I have not been too much of a wireless charging fan for the fact that it took longer to charge a device than a normal charger. Let alone the fact we have quick charging options as well. Fortunately, we are not seeing devices come out with fast wireless […]
Win an Anker Slim Wireless Charging Pad! Wireless charging is becoming popular and many devices are beginning to support this convenient technology. If you have not used wireless charging before, many users will tell you that once you go wireless you will not want to go back to wired charging. Anker provides great mobile device […]
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Energous a wireless company based in Pleasanton, California is working on a wireless transmitter or router, if you will, that will charge up to 24 devices within a 15 foot radius using radio frequency transmissions. The WattUp transmitter works much the same as a wireless router, sending radio frequency signals to be received by enabled […]