Apple has been awarded a patent which could see future devices charged through near field magnetic resonance (NFMR).
CES 2011Exactly 68 years to the day after the death of Nikola Tesla, a US company has demonstrated what it claims to be one of the most efficient and commercially applicable means of transferring electricity wirelessly without the need for power cables to date.
CES 2011Powermat has announced that it's partnering with General Motors, a move that will see wireless charging make its way to Ford, Vauxhall and Saab cars in Europe.
Powermat will partner with handset manufacturers in 2011 to bring a phone which will wirelessly charge without a special case, TechRadar has learned.
Powermat has announced its latest range of wireless goodies, showcasing a new range of superslim cases and dedicated docks for the iPhone 4 and BlackBerry handsets.
You've no doubt seen the ad campaign, and probably thought the whole idea looked cool, but now you can finally get your hands on a Powermat wireless charger, with units going on sale in the UK.
Powermat will release a wireless charging mat that allows iPhones, iPods, BlackBerrys, Sony PSPs and Nintendo DSis to power up without the need for proprietary connectors.
Wireless charging technology, such as the recently announced Powermat that finally broke cover at CES, is under fire for claims its backers are making about the tech's green or eco-friendly credentials.