A universal wireless-charging standard is looking like more of a possibility as two major rivals -- A4WP and PMA -- have agreed to work together.
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Rezence, which has actually been around for a while, is being positioned as the next-generation wireless charging standard.
In the complex war over standards for wireless charging, Qualcomm has emerged as a quasi-neutral party. CNET talks to the company about the future of the technology.
Samsung said it would invest in a technology championed by the Wireless Power Consortium, while Qualcomm said it would join both the WPC and rival Power Matters Alliance.
New Bluetooth, audio, and TPM requirements, some of which take effect in 2014 and 2015, are coming for Windows 8.1 (and beyond) devices.
Dozens of wireless charging products will hit the market soon, with more coming for mobile devices. We look at one that powers a device that isn't physically touching the charging surface.
Company could provide a peek at a preview build of Windows 8 at its Worldwide Partner Conference next week, according to several reports.
Which wireless charging standard will emerge the winner? One side now appears to have momentum thanks to backing from AT&T.
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