- News tagged "wireless charging"
Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015
MediaTek's MT3188 is world's first ASIC to be compatible with all 3 of the leading wireless charging standards. With this chip, Mediatek carves a path to speed the development of the wireless charging scene. More details inside.
Monday, 2 Mar 2015
At MWC 2015, Swedish home furnishings retailer, Ikea announced a new range of products that support Qi wireless charging. Read on to find out more about its Qi-enabled furniture.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
Bezalel's latest portable wireless charger, ARK, uses the Qi standard, and apparently can charge phones 20% faster than other wireless chargers, or 5% faster than conventional cable-charging from battery packs. It also supports dual charging with a USB port, so you can charge your second mobile device simultaneously.
Wednesday, 30 Jan 2013
Pentax has announced the latest versions of their distinctive looking rugged digital compacts; the WG-3, WG-3 GPS and the WG-10. The WG-3 GPS is compatible with the wireless Qi (inductive power standard) recharging system and can recharge wirelessly.
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2012
Apple has filed a patent application for wireless charging technology based on magnetic resonance. The difference with most wireless charging technologies on the market is that Apple's patent covers charging from a distance up to 1m.
Monday, 13 Aug 2012
Intel is turning to wireless charging to improve on the attractiveness of its mobile offerings. Intel hopes to introduce this in Intel-powered Ultrabooks and smartphones by the second half of 2013.
Monday, 9 Jul 2012
Measuring a mere 0.57mm thin, the receiving coil is highly resistant to shock, providing excellent reliability. The coil's design minimizes the tendency towards rising resistance and achieves a power transfer efficiency to meet Wireless Power Consortium's "Qi" standard.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
We found more quirky tech showcases at Toshiba's booth in the form of an underwater tablet. But that's not all, the tablet comes with a wireless power charge through the use of magnetic resonance.
Monday, 20 Jun 2011
UBeam introduces an interesting wireless charging method that uses ultrasound energy emitted from a charging station and converted into viable enertgy via a transducer attached to a device.