The Wireless Power Consortium has welcomed a new member recently: De’Longhi Group of Treviso, Italy.
Last year, 152 different brands registered a Qi product on the WPC website, up from 86 in 2015.
“What’s new?” That’s what people usually asked when they visited the WPC booth at CES 2017 in Las Vegas a couple weeks back.
The WPC commissioned a new market study to see how consumers felt about the latest collection of wireless products and services.
Last week iHome announced that it is releasing two new alarm clocks that will include the latest features and ability to keep both Apple and Android devices fully charged.
Join us at the Wireless Power Summit 2016, immediately following the Wireless Power Consortium 1605 members meeting, November 10-11 in Seattle.
Will that far-field dream come true? Or is too much of a nightmare?
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