Samsung Ventures invests $4 million in wireless charging start-up PowerbyProxi, and WiTricity raises $25 million

Samsung Ventures Investment Corporation (SVIC) has backed wireless charging startup PowerbyProxi with a $4 million injection of funds. Additionally, PowerbyProxi has also entered into a strategic partnership with Samsung Electro-Mechanics, a supplier of electronic components. We spoke with an ano...

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