So much for a world without wires
Intel appears to have given up on its wireless world project, which was based around its Core M chip.
Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform
A team of boffins working for the University of Washington's Sensor Lab have worked out a way of taking the battery out of mobile devices and keeping them powered by radio waves.
Can operate at 15 watts
Toshiba America Electronic Components (TEAC) has come up with what it claims is the first single-chip wireless power receiver that can operate at 15 watts and is compliant with the wireless charging Qi v1.2, standard.
Removing all cables
Samsung has announced what it claims is the world's first monitor with an integrated wireless charging function for compatible mobile devices.
An association which brings together top players in the mobile industry has warned against rushing to 5G.
3.3kW possible, like Nissan Leaf
We had a chance to see some nice demos from Qualcomm at the IoT event and one of the most impressive one was a Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid that could charge wirelessly. This device needs more technology than a wireless mobile phone charging. .
Small box makes work easier
Part of the Intel's 5th generation Core vPro announcement was its Intel Wireless Docking technology.
SlingIt is the name
Patents just got even sillier
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