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2014-12-24 23:00:15

Global Wireless Power Transmission Market 2015-2019 report key players are Integrated Device Technology, Convenient Power Hk, Qualcomm, Energizer Holding, Leggett and Platt. Dallas,

2014-08-06 23:03:32

RnRMarketResearch.com adds "Wireless Power Transmission Market by transmission technology (Induction, Radiation), type, and range; by application (consumer electronics, industrial, automotive,

2014-04-09 23:27:47

National Center for Women & Information Technology Award Recognizes Tech Women Entrepreneurs Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) April 09, 2014 The National

2014-02-11 08:37:50

Rezence Emerges as De Facto Magnetic Resonance Standard FREMONT, Calif., Feb.

2011-05-10 15:30:00

PLEASANTON, Calif., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Thoratec Corporation (NASDAQ: THOR), a world leader in device-based mechanical circulatory support therapies to save, support and restore failing hearts, today announced a technology development agreement with WiTricity Corporation relating to WiTricity's proprietary wireless resonant energy transfer technology for application in the field of mechanical circulatory support. Through a collaborative effort over the past nine months, Thoratec and...

2009-07-24 09:18:47

A power system now in development could charge cell phones and other gadgets without the use of wires, researchers at a conference in Britain said. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are experimenting with the physical phenomenon of resonance, which causes an object to vibrate when energy frequencies are applied, MIT Professor Marin Soljacic said in Oxford at the TED Global Conference on ideas worth spreading. It is resonance, for example, that causes a glass to explode...

2008-08-28 15:00:39

By wire By Jordan Robertson SAN FRANCISCO -- Imagine juicing up your laptop computer or cell phone without plugging them into an electrical socket.


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