Wireless charging is a feature we’d like to see on more phones, but it’s just not being implemented quickly. Part of that has to do with competing standards, and a fragmented space. today, the A4WP and PMA, tow of the larger
Power by Proxi had something interesting on display at CES this year. The company, who support the Qi charging standard, have a device which creates a charging field. It’s the first we’ve seen from the company, and the first
Wireless charging is coming in quick. Even with disparate charging standards shaping the landscape, the push continues in that direction. We want more gadgets, but we only have so many outlets! If Broadcomm has their way,
Earlier today, we told you about Qualcomm’s interest in wireless charging standards. The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), which Qualcomm helped found, is attempting to bring two disparate wireless charging standards in line.
Like contextual awareness in devices, wireless charging is fast becoming standard on many devices. The Nexus 4 had the functionality, as well as some Nokia Lumia devices. The Nexus 5 is rumored to have wireless charging as well,