Wireless charging technology adoption accelerates in China

The Qi wireless charging standard has become ubiquitous with 126 of the world's leading electronics companies adopting the standard. Little surprise, therefore, that around one third of the entities using the standard are leading Chinese electronics giants including the likes of Huawei and Haier, ac...

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