Indianapolis Star – January 29, 2010 – RowOne, a division of Indiana manufacturer Jasper Cabinet, has introduced eCoupled wireless charging surfaces on home theater seating.
The Today Show: Today's Tech (video) – January 28, 2010 – Steve Greenberg, author of Gadget Nation demonstrates new technologies from CES including the Dell Latitude wireless charging stand on NBC's The Today Show.
Networking Audio/Video –January 25, 2010 – Although it will be some time before this concept becomes reality, eCoupled is working on wireless charging. This means you can charge your laptop, MP3 player or other electronic device when an outlet isn't available. The technology consists of an electromagnetic conduit combined with an intelligent control system. Click on the video to play.
Office Furniture & Design – January 19, 2010 – First previewing eCoupled™ Wireless Technology this past summer in Chicago, National Office Furniture showcased this power innovation again, at the 2010 CES tradeshow, integrated into its Reno® Lounge chair.
WZZM (video) – January 15, 2010 – A West Michigan technology company is hoping to make its way into the automotive world by creating a wireless charging system inside your car.
It would mean a whole new way of powering items like your GPS or your cell phone.
thekitchn.com – January 14, 2010 – Wireless appliances, a splash-resistant recipe reader, and an interactive oven were among the intriguing new home kitchen products we spotted at CES – the International Consumer Electronics Show – last week.
pocket-lint.com – January 13, 2010 – Behind the big stands of the Samsungs, Sonys and SanDisks of this world lie the thousands of the smaller gadgets that make CES the rich tech fest that it is. It's normally here you'll find the most interesting bits and bobs and this year was no exception.
Engadget (video) – January 12, 2010 – Demonstration at CES 2010 with Dell laptop and wireless charging desktop surface pegs.
Engadget – January 12, 2010 – It's our third year visiting with Fulton Innovation and the eCoupled wireless power booth at CES, and once again there's significant progress to be seen -- this time in the form of actual shipping products like the Case-mate Hug and the Dell Latitude Z.
Discover Magazine Blog – January 11, 2010 – If you’re among the “it’s 2010 and we shouldn’t need wires anymore” crowd, you may have found yourself giddy with excitement over another of 2010’s hot trends, wireless power. Fulton Innovations garnered particular esteem with its system, eCoupled.