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wireless charging

Samsung Galaxy S III May Come With Wireless Charging

The tech front has been fairly quiet about Samsung Galaxy S III so far. Now, however, a number of 'rumors' have surfaced about the upcoming release of Samsung's flagship line of smartphones. First we saw a mock-up of the device, then a senior Samsung executive reportedly declared that S III will have quad-core and on-chip LTE. And now, there are…
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Wireless Charging For Tablet – A Stand-Out Feature

Nearly all of us have to fuss with the chargers at one point or the other in life. Either it's the pin that is too small to insert easily or the charger it not plugged well and after an hour or so, you realize that the device wasn't charged at all. There are a whole lot of problems with chargers with wires. Just imagine how awesome it would be if…
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Apple Inductive Charging Patent Surfaces

Apple's inductive charging patent application finally puts its earbuds to good use and it's a big monolith you wrap an audio cord around several times, effectively turning the cable into an inductive receiving coil. Apple suggests that by twisting your headphones around a specially designed tower and the technology seems to be heading in the right…
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Volvo To Develop Wireless Charging For EVs

The Swedish manufacturer is working with Belgian technology firm Flanders' Drive to develop technology that would allow electric vehicles to be charged without the need for cables or power sockets and the battery is refilled wirelessly via charging plate in the road surface. As soon as drivers pull into their garage or parking spot, a charging…
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Toyota and WiTricity Joins For OTA Car Charging

Toyota and WiTricity to develop new wireless charging tech that requires no contact and WiTricity’s current technology is comparable to standard Level 2 fast charge technology, providing up to 3.3 kilowatts of power.The young Massachusetts-based company is pushing resonance technology, which charges electronics without contact and is supposedly…
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Texas Instruments Aims To Bring Wireless Charging

Texas Instruments aims to bring wireless charging to more devices with smallest receiver chip to date and this promises to make it far easier for manufacturers to implement in everything from cellphones to game consoles to digital cameras and also this small size apparently comes without any compromises with it providing 5W of output power and a…
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