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CES 2015 Roundup

by Tom Allen

If a film-based privacy filter isn’t enough, 3M is offering its facial-recognition-based ePrivacy filter. (Graphic: 3M)In addition to the expected optical enhancement and privacy films being shown by 3M at its booth in South …

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Pepcom Highlights OLEDs, QDs and HMDs

by Tom Allen

The second of the pre-CES press events, Pepcom/Digital Experience was also the largest this year, with an ’80s theme. I felt like Wade Watts¬†stepping inside the room, which was festooned with Rubik’s cubes, sweatbands …

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A4WP Partner Programme Speeds Rezence Adoption

by Bob Raikes

Witricity has announced a new Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) partner programme, which will make it easier for companies to integrate wireless power technology into their products. The new programme includes reference designs, training …

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Intel Wireless Power Coming in 2015

by Raverstead

Kumar Chinnaswamy, general manager of wireless charging at Intel Experiences Group, has said that smartphones using wireless charging solutions from Intel will be available early next year. The technology is also forecast to reach …

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Kiss Connectivity’ Speeds File Sharing

by Raverstead

A US startup called Keyssa has developed its own solution to transfer data wirelessly. The solution is based around a new chip using high-frequency (60GHz) radiowaves to transfer data quickly between devices that are …

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uBeam Secures $10 Million Funding

by Raverstead

Los Angeles-based start-up uBeam, has secured $10 million in Series A funding to take its wireless charging system to market. The technology has been in development for three years by company founder, Meredith Perry, …

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