Intel's move into wireless power validates the category – and presages start-up acquisitions

Lux Research recently completed a sweep of the companies commercializing wireless power technologies, interviewing the various developers including WildCharge, Powercast, WiPower, and Fulton Innovation. WildCharge produces a recharging platform that is technically not wireless – it requires that con...

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