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Now there are just 2 major wireless charging standards

Most smartphones and tablets that currently support wireless charging use the Qi charging standard developed by the Wireless Power Consortium. But two other groups have been pushing other methods for wireless charging. Now those two groups have merged, meaning there’s basically one major challenger to the WPC. AirFuel Alliance is the name of the new […]

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Wireless charging coming to laptops as Rezence cranks it up to 50 watts

There are plenty of phones that support wireless charging, and a growing number of tablets have the feature as well. Soon you could be able to charge your notebook without wires as well. The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) has announced that its Rezence system now features support for up to 50 watts of wireless  charging […]

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Dell joins Alliance for Wireless Power: Wirelessly charge your laptop?

You can already recharge the batteries on a number of smartphones and a handful of tablets without plugging in a charging cable. Soon you may be able to use wireless charging with laptops as well. Dell has joined the Alliance for Wireless Power, making it the first major PC maker to throw its weight behind […]

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Next-gen wireless chargers could charge your device through a table or desk

Wireless charging has been around for a few years at this point, but it’s still a relatively new technology. Sure, you can buy a wireless charger for your Nexus 4 smartphone, but you have to place the phone directly on the charger in order for it to do anything. Eventually you may just have to […]