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5/28/2014 08:05 AM EDT
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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   5/28/2014 10:27:50 AM
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A standard wire less chargin technique for all the mobiles should be the target in future. Device specific chargers are only a waste of huge natural resource.

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rick merritt   5/28/2014 2:48:13 PM
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So how or can we get to one standard so we can make a market?

If so, which one and why?

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Jessica Lipsky   5/28/2014 3:19:44 PM
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I think having wireless connectivity built in to all phones - especially the iPhone - will be essential in determining a standard. As it is, the consumer needs to buy more devices and wires to wirelessly charge. Once the early adopters buy into a multimode solution and, eventually, resonant technology, the rest will follow.

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