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Plex Mobile Media Server - CES 2012
CES 2012: D-Link shows cloud router, mobile hotspot and powerline hybrid router
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LAS VEGAS--Wireless charging pads are available now for a selection of smartphones and small devices, but the technology--anchored by the Wireless Power Consortium's (WPC) "Qi" standard"--is about to get a lot bigger. Here at CES 2012, Fulton Innovation--a founding member of the WPC--has been showing off its eCoupled wireless power system, which can charge a phone or device that isn't physically touching the charging surface. Fulton director Bret Lewis demonstrated the technology for me charging a phone in a cluttered purse, as well as through a thick wood tabletop. Lewis says that a recent breakthrough also allows for a charge to even be delivered to a device through certain types of metal cases. Right now, dozens of products using the Qi standard are already or soon to be on the market and being shown here by companies like Energizer, Texas Instruments, and other members of the WPC. Wireless charging goes further--into tablets, cars, the home | CES 2012: Next Big Thing Wireless charging goes further--into tablets, cars, the home | CES 2012: Next Big Thing
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