Scientists from Georgia Tech have found a way to reliably harvest the energy from 5G at 28Ghz, overcoming antenna problems that previously required such solutions to be within line of sight of a tower.
For years now, companies have teased the ability to charge devices truly wirelessly, receiving power through the air like your device receives Wi-Fi, but despite new demos from Xiaomi and Lenovo's Motorola last week, you can't buy an air charger yet.
Wireless charging technologies using awkward charging pads are a half-way house to irrelevancy, with Ossia’s COTA system a wireless power revolution.
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