Researchers Show Off Wireless Charging

Posted: Jul 24 2009, 6:31am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:28pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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At some point in the future you will no longer need to plug your mobile devices like laptops or mobile phones in to charge them. We will simply be able to sit them on the shelf or the table and they will begin to recharge.

Scientists have demonstrated a wireless power method that the developers think may one day replace batteries and conventional power sources. The researchers showed a T-Mobile G1 running the Google android OS that can be charged wirelessly.

The firm also sees a use for the technology in TV panels. That would be particularly good for panels that are wall mounted where wires for plugging them in look bad.

Via Telegraph

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