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Wireless charger can power 40 mobile phones at once from 15 feet away
Signe Brewster, gigaom.com
By now, most peo­ple have seen a wire­less charg­er. It prob­a­bly looked like a pad that charges mobile devices set direct­ly on top of it. But a future gen­er­a­tion of wire­less charg­ers will be capa­ble of pro­vid­ing power across a room…

Wireless charger can power 40 mobile phones at once from 15 feet away
Signe Brewster, gigaom.com

By now, most peo­ple have seen a wire­less charg­er. It prob­a­bly looked like a pad that charges mobile devices set direct­ly on top of it. But a future gen­er­a­tion of wire­less charg­ers will be capa­ble of pro­vid­ing power across a room…

Google Glass now displays your iPhone’s text messages
Billy Steele, engadget.com
On the heels of last week’s KitKat update, Google Glass nabbed up two more notable improve­ments today. First, iOS users can now have their text mes­sages dis­played on Glass, after a quick tog­gle of the Blue­tooth set­tings. Here’s the catch: “d…

Google Glass now displays your iPhone’s text messages
Billy Steele, engadget.com

On the heels of last week’s KitKat update, Google Glass nabbed up two more notable improve­ments today. First, iOS users can now have their text mes­sages dis­played on Glass, after a quick tog­gle of the Blue­tooth set­tings. Here’s the catch: “d…

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Microsoft built 75 Xbox One prototypes before settling on its finished design
Jon Fingas, engadget.com
Gad­get design is rarely a sim­ple process, and we now know that the Xbox One is no excep­tion to the rule. Microsoft design­er Carl Led­bet­ter has revealed that the game con­sole went through many 3D-print­ed incar­na­tions before the com­pa­ny…

Microsoft built 75 Xbox One prototypes before settling on its finished design
Jon Fingas, engadget.com

Gad­get design is rarely a sim­ple process, and we now know that the Xbox One is no excep­tion to the rule. Microsoft design­er Carl Led­bet­ter has revealed that the game con­sole went through many 3D-print­ed incar­na­tions before the com­pa­ny…

Qi-Enabled Wireless Charger ARK Lets Mobile Users Cut The Cord
Catherine Shu, techcrunch.com
ARK is one of the lat­est portable wire­less device charg­ers for peo­ple who are tired of hav­ing to teth­er their smart­phone or tablet to an out­let when it runs out of juice. The small, block-like base uses Qi, an inter­op­er­a­ble stan­dard…

Qi-Enabled Wireless Charger ARK Lets Mobile Users Cut The Cord
Catherine Shu, techcrunch.com

ARK is one of the lat­est portable wire­less device charg­ers for peo­ple who are tired of hav­ing to teth­er their smart­phone or tablet to an out­let when it runs out of juice. The small, block-like base uses Qi, an inter­op­er­a­ble stan­dard…

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What if Apple isn’t work­ing on one iWatch, but two? New con­cept designs imag­ine the 5S and 5C of smart watch­es http://cnet.co/1eIT6F4

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What if Apple isn’t work­ing on one iWatch, but two? New con­cept designs imag­ine the 5S and 5C of smart watch­es http://cnet.co/1eIT6F4

Why I Lost Faith In Bitcoin As A Money Transfer Protocol
Romain Dillet, techcrunch.com
As 2013 came to an end, many reflect­ed on last year’s biggest tech news — and Bit­coin was a seri­ous con­tender. But the main ques­tion remains: why are peo­ple inter­est­ed in Bit­coin?This whole debate reap­peared when Char­lie Stross stat­…

Why I Lost Faith In Bitcoin As A Money Transfer Protocol
Romain Dillet, techcrunch.com

As 2013 came to an end, many reflect­ed on last year’s biggest tech news — and Bit­coin was a seri­ous con­tender. But the main ques­tion remains: why are peo­ple inter­est­ed in Bit­coin?

This whole debate reap­peared when Char­lie Stross stat­…

Watch an ultrasonic array move objects in 3D space (video)
Jon Fingas, engadget.com
Ultra­son­ic lev­i­ta­tion has been pos­si­ble for awhile, but it’s not very prac­ti­cal when objects must typ­i­cal­ly hover along a sin­gle axis. Uni­ver­si­ty of Tokyo researchers Yoichi Ochi­ai, Takayu­ki Hoshi and Jun Reki­mo­to have cleared…

Watch an ultrasonic array move objects in 3D space (video)
Jon Fingas, engadget.com

Ultra­son­ic lev­i­ta­tion has been pos­si­ble for awhile, but it’s not very prac­ti­cal when objects must typ­i­cal­ly hover along a sin­gle axis. Uni­ver­si­ty of Tokyo researchers Yoichi Ochi­ai, Takayu­ki Hoshi and Jun Reki­mo­to have cleared…