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The Wireless Future of Energy Transfer


Intel powers a light bulb wirelessly

Intel demonstrates a light bulb that's powered without wires.

Credit: Singularity Hub

The electronic revolution of the past century has been a tangled affair. Remember when phones were always wired into the wall? When the Internet required one more cord from the back of your computer? Wireless is the future, which is all well and good for information transfer. But what about energy itself?

New research is bringing energy transfer into the wireless world. Soon, a central hub could be charging your batteries, laptop, televisions, electric cars, you name it . . . right through the air. You might never untangle a wire again.

From Singularity Hub
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