Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Is Wireless Charging Really the Answer?

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Is Wireless Charging Really the Answer?

This columnist at Bloomberg might be onto something - instead of all this fuss over better ways to charge our wireless devices, wouldn't it be a lot easier to just have way better batteries in them?

Bradley Mitchell
Wireless/Networking Expert
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