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omniauto.it – January 13, 2011 – Dopo il caricatore wireless per dispositivi multimediali che General Motors renderà disponibile nel 2012, è la volta di esplorare un'idea affascinante: ricaricare l'auto elettrica senza cavi o prese, avvicinandola semplicemente ad una sorgente di energia.
calorielab.com – January 13, 2011 – Food marketers are surely licking their collective chops after seeing the Fulton Innovation and eCoupled booth at CES 2011. The flexible eCoupled wireless coils can be applied onto packaging during the printing process, resulting in light-up elements on the front of, say, a cereal box.
sync-blog.com – January 13, 2011 – You’ve seen those pads that can recharge your devices without needing to plug them in, but this takes wireless power to a new level. Fulton Innovation isn’t exactly a household name, but if their wireless power technology takes off, it could end up powering everything from your car to your ke
hackedgadgets.com – January 13, 2011 – Do you have a Tesla and hate the hassle of plugging it in every day? Or do you have a product that could be shown off much better if you had an inexpensive way of delivering power to it while it is on the shelf in the grocery store? These are just a few scenarios where the eCoupled technology from Fulton Innovations could help.
nerdreactor.com – January 13, 2011 – The Fulton Innovation CES booth demonstrated an array of wireless power applications ranging from low power device charging to intelligent high power home and car control loop scenarios that seemed to come out of a scene from the Back to the Future 2 movie!
autonews.fr – January 13, 2011 – Si Tesla vient de présenter en détails sa berline Model S au salon de Detroit, Fulton Innovation a pour sa part développé un système de recharge sans fil et sans contact qu’il vient de dévoiler au salon de l’électronique de Las Vegas sur une… Tesla Roadster.
pcworld.com – January 12, 2011 – Fulton Innovation had an idea: what the world needs is flashier breakfast (I completely agree). So they decided to pair their eCoupled technology wireless power technology with some cereal boxes to make them light up, and interact with a nearby computer to display useful information.
hooniverse.com – January 12, 2011 – While stumbling, bleary-eyed, dead on my feet, across a hall so large the curvature of the earth would have been visually apparent were it not for a vast sea of similarly stumbling event attendees, I spotted a Tesla Roadster at the Fulton Innovations stand. The Tesla was charging … without wires! “What unnatural divination be this?” I bellowed.
digitaltrends.com – January 12, 2011 – Have you ever seen the animated lightup cereal boxes in Minority Report? That movie may be set 40 years in the future, but the Trix rabbit may start talking sooner than you think.
talkntech.blogspot.com – January 12, 2011 – Want to know what's in your cupboard? What you need to buy more of? Want to cook in the package? Check out eCoupled's new technology, soon to be available. Can you imagine if our libraries were set up this way. The books would know if they were off the shelf, or out of order!
autoevolution.com – January 12, 2011 – We recently brought to your attention that GM will introduce in-car wireless charging mats for mobile phones as an option from the third quarter of 2012. So imagine how cool it would be to do that with a car. The would be no more need for cables, sockets or extension cords to clutter you space.
demartek.com – January 11, 2011 – The best wireless technology that I saw was the wireless power technology on display from Fulton Innovation and the Wireless Power Consortium. I spoke to three different people in their booth and saw cereal boxes that light up, water boiling, and kitchen appliances run from an otherwise ordinary looking, room-temperature, counter-top surface.
carscoop.blogspot.com – January 11, 2011 – A few days ago we brought you the news that GM will begin offering in-car wireless charging mats for mobile phones as an option from Q3 2012. These devices, that are making big waves at trade shows both in the U.S.
ndn.org – January 11, 2011 – Last month, Sam responded to an NPR article about mobile tech in the kitchen, arguing that the well-intentioned piece may have undervalued the role of mobile technology in the kitchen of the 21st century. He concluded: