Wireless power distribution lurches forward

Last week, at the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – the world's largest consumer technology trade show, showcasing more than 2,700 exhibitors sprawled over 1.8 million ft2 of floor space – we caught up with several wireless power companies competing for media attention.

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