While the iPhone 5 has just been released, technology is already making it's step and advancing to the next level.
WiTricity is now offering you a gateway to wireless power at an affordable price – in a new product called Prodigy.
No need for Delphi fans to wait for EVS26, the Electric vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles that starts on May 6 and runs trough the 9th.
Imagine charging your cell phone just by putting it on your hallway table or having lamps you can put anywhere in the room because they don’t have a wire, or even an electrical car that can be char
Audi are working hard on advancing the future of electromobility and firmly believe that wireless charging is a key aspect of moving this technology forward.
Mitsubishi has joined forces with IHI and WiTricity to develop wireless charging systems that will be readily compatible with national electric grids.
Delphi, a leading supplier of electronics technologies for the automotive industry has been working with WiTricity technology to develop wireless charging units for electric cars.
Witricity Corp demonstrates a converted iMac that acts as a wireless charging station. This proof of concept allows a mouse and keyboard to be powered wirelessly when within range of the iMac.
MediaTek Inc., a leading fabless semiconductor company for wireless communications and digital multimedia solutions and WiTricity, the technology leader in wireless power, today jointly announced t
IHI Corporation and WiTricity Corporation of Watertown, MA have agreed to collaborate on the development of wireless charging systems for electric vehicles.
While many were sceptical that wireless charging would not be able to efficiently power an electric car, manufacturers continue to advance the technology.
General Electric Co., the world’s largest maker of power-generation equipment, has awarded $63 million to 10 closely held companies developing solar and renewable energy technologies.
CEO of WiTricity, Eric Giler, wants to untangle our wired lives with cable-free electric power. Here, he covers what this sci-fi tech offers, and demos MIT's breakthrough version, WiTricity.