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Which company is trying to invent wireless battery charger?
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Tags: electronics, environment, google
Asked by babu ji, 03 May 07:31 am
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Engineers at Apple tried for many years to build a smarter battery by adding solar charging to iPhones and iPods, a former Apple executive said. And they have continued to experiment with solar charging.

Batteries, long the poor cousin to computer chips in research-obsessed Silicon Valley, are now the rage.

Even if a new power system is approved, it often requires adoption by reputable brands like Apple, Samsung or Microsoft before everyday consumers start to trust it.

Over the past few years, Apple has hired engineers with expertise in power technology and battery design from companies like Tesla, Toyota and A123 Systems. Last year, Apple acquired Passif Semiconductor, a startup that developed low-energy communication chips.
Answered by Farhaan, 03 May 07:51 am

 
  
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Engineers at Apple tried for many years to build a smarter battery by adding solar charging to iPhones and iPods, a former Apple executive said. And they have continued to experiment with solar charging.
Answered by Ketan Mistry, 06 May 03:35 pm

 
  
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Engineers at Apple tried for many years to build a smarter battery by adding solar charging to iPhones and iPods, a former Apple executive said. And they have continued to experiment with solar charging.
Answered by Pitamaha Anne, 06 May 03:26 pm

 
  
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Engineers at Apple tried for many years to build a smarter battery by adding solar charging to iPhones and iPods, a former Apple executive said. And they have continued to experiment with solar charging.
Answered by Ajay Ramaswamy, 06 May 02:59 pm

 
  
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I am reminded of two Visteon and Wireless Power Consortium this consortium is formed by a few companies and research going on in usa in Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Answered by iqbal seth, 03 May 07:49 am

 
  
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Maruti's batteries can be wirelessly operated; so I read at their side in respect a special model. I am not sure if it is wirelessly chargeable.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 03 May 07:38 am

 
  
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