IKEA Is Now Putting Wireless Charging In Your Furniture

Charging cables? Who needs 'em. Smartphone makers (and even big chain coffee shops) have been clamoring for ways to ditch those tangled microUSB nuisances—and now the world's largest furniture retailer is joining the fight. » 3/01/15 9:30am 3/01/15 9:30am

Adaptive Resonance Technology Could Make Wireless Charging Far Less…

Even though the companies involved have finally come together in a consortium and finalized a standard, wireless charging is still struggling to gain acceptance. But a new technology called adaptive resonance from Fulton Innovation promises to bridge the gaps between devices, and make wireless charging pads less… » 9/12/12 12:40pm 9/12/12 12:40pm

Pixel Qi Is Working On 7-Inch Backlit LCD/Transflective Tablet Displays

Smaller, 7-inch backlit LCD/transflective displays are on their way next year claims Pixel Qi, for use in mini-tablets and ereaders. They'll be available to manufacturers early next year, and could be in our hands late 2011, if all goes well. » 9/20/10 6:55am 9/20/10 6:55am

Energizer's New Inductive Charger Is the First To Use the Qi Standard

Inductive chargers have been kicking around for a while now, but Energizer's new charging platter is the first to utilize Qi technology—the new universal standard for inductive charging. That's one small step closer to total freedom from cables. » 9/02/10 1:36pm 9/02/10 1:36pm