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Remember the company that plopped a bunch of wireless chargers into Starbucks that few people could use? With the new iPhones, you can now use them.
Apple never announced wireless charging will become a "standard feature" on the next iPhone, but Powermat may already know all about that.
Industry sources are saying that LG has just wrapped development on a smartphone that can wirelessly be charged from up to 7cm away.
The world's first Windows Phone phablet has the world's best wireless charging standard - unless you buy it in the US.
The idea of a smartphone devoid of ports is thrilling, frightening, and fantastic. And maybe a little stupid. Still, I want one, and maybe a little part of you does too. Read on to find out if that's true.
We're going to be living in the future. We'll be able to come home, drop our Samsung Galaxy S III on an energy mat, see a reassuring light flash on, and know we're being topped-off. It'll be super-futuristic (or it'll give you flashbacks to 2009, depending on whether you were a Palm customer or not).