Electric cars get charged wirelessly in London (w/ Video)
Fulton Innovation offers device-to-device wireless charging demo at CES
Dueling platforms at CES on wireless charging
Smartphone battery running low? You are not alone. With millions of mobile devices handling more tasks, batteries are draining faster, forcing the industry to look for solutions including wireless charging, ...
Freescale announces faster wireless charging solution
UK scientists develop optimum piezoelectric energy harvesters
Scientists working as part of the Metrology for Energy Harvesting Project have developed a new model to deliver the maximum power output for piezoelectric energy harvesters.
Apple patents a 1-meter-range wireless charging system
Renault joins London wireless EV charging trial
NTT Docomo's new smartphone features wireless charger
Hitachi Maxell to join the wireless charging market
Wireless charging system on cusp of commercialization
Imagine a world where you don't have to plug in your smartphone, tablet or laptop, or even lay it on one of the Duracell charging mats that Starbucks is rolling out nationwide. Instead, your refrigerator sends them power ...
Photonics: Enabling next-generation wireless networks
Wireless transmission at microwave frequencies is important for high-data-rate transmission applications, such as mobile phone networks, satellite links and remote imaging. Now, Xianshu Luo and colleagues ...
Review: Wireless charging lets you cut the cords
(AP) -- It's a pain to keep track of the chargers that go with cell phones, media players and other small electronics. It's even more annoying to stuff multiple power cords and adapters in your bag when you ...
Wireless charging soon available for devices smaller than mobile phones
Wireless charging will soon be available for more and more mobile phones. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is working with the industry's leading technological companies and standardisation bodies ...
Millimeter-wave oscillation by ferromagnetic nanocontact device
Researchers have demonstrated theoretically that oscillation of 5–140 GHz is possible by supplying direct current to a ferromagnetic nanocontact device.