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?
At the WPC’s wireless power industry trade show this week in Munich, WPC member FluxPort announced that it has become Starbucks Germany’s wireless charging partner.
The free live Q&A will feature IEEE’ PELS, TI wireless power experts Janice Escobar and Dick Stacey and WPC expert, John Perzow.
In September 2014 BOSCH developed a proprietary wireless charging system for its Power Tools. This system is capable of transferring 65 Watts of power received through electromagnetic induction – at industry-leading efficiency levels.
On June 16, more than 500 engineers, product managers, and executives participated in the Qi Developer Forum, the wireless power exhibition and the seminar.
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