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pocket-lint.com – January 10, 2011 – The boring supermarket shelf is about to get a radical overhaul if wireless charging company Fulton Innovations has anything to do with it.
The company has developed a solution, called eCoupled, that when combined with their wireless charging technology and cheaply printed electronic circuitry on paper will bring packaging to life, literally.
nj.com – January 10, 2011 – You may not have heard of them yet, but perhaps in time they will be in your home and even in your pantry. E coupled or wireless power; Qi (pronounced “chee”). Embraced by LG, Nokia, Philips, Panasonic, Samsung and Verizon this wireless power will be the standard for powering your technology and even your kitchen.
thedrum.co.uk – January 10, 2011 – One illuminating product launch at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas looks set to invigorate the staid world of printed labels. Fulton Innovation is at the fair showcasing a packaging technology which at first glance appears more like a magic trick, inductive inks.
20minutes.fr – January 10, 2011 – Pour quel gadgets craquerez-vous en 2011? Sélection depuis les allées du Consumer Electronics Show, qui s'est achevé dimanche, à Las Vegas.
upi.com – January 10, 2011 – LAS VEGAS, Jan. 10 (UPI) -- A future can of soup could be heated just by placing it on a counter, a creative Michigan firm revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
neworleanscitybusiness.com – January 10, 2011 – The idea of spending the weekend inside of the Las Vegas Convention Center filled with some of the most cutting-edge devices in the world was appealing enough to entice more than 100,000 guests to the Consumer Electronics Show, which ended Sunday.
blogs.amway.com – January 10, 2011 – Things really heated up at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2011) last week in Las Vegas. For our Fulton Innovation eCoupled wireless power brand, you might even have said things were really cooking. That’s because the eCoupled exhibit at CES featured applications of wireless power in the kitchen, where the technolog
redorbit.com – January 09, 2011 – Nikola Tesla would be happy with the demonstration of wireless power eCoupled put on during the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Michigan-based eCoupled showed off a new revolution of technology that has the potential to power devices like iPhones to electric-vehicles.
voices.washingtonpost.com – January 09, 2011 – LAS VEGAS -- One of the cardinal rules of reporting from the Consumer Electronics Show is "If you're sitting next to an outlet, recharge devices." Batteries will have to get a lot better before that ritual goes away, but a few companies here want to eliminate the plug from that equation by letting you place a power-starved device on a
intomobile.com – January 09, 2011 – We’ve all wanted wireless charging to be as quick, easy and effective but there have just been too many disconnects. Sure PowerMat works pretty well but you still have to buy a new case for your device. Fulton Innovation Qi walked us through its wireless power demo at CES 2011 and we’re very excited about it.
nytimes.com – January 09, 2011 – Every once in a while at a trade show, you get to see a magic trick. At the booth of a company called Fulton Innovation, there were two.
sub5zero.com – January 09, 2011 – ...would it be possible to scale it up to charge a bigger electrical device? Like, for example, a car? Turns out the answer is yes, and GM is already collaborating with Powermat on a system for wirelessly charging the Chevrolet Volt.
bestbuyon.com – January 09, 2011 – Video from the floor of 2011 CES from the Best Buy blogs.
gizmosforgeeks.com – January 09, 2011 – Green technologies have been hot for the past four to five years at CES, and 2011 was no exception with everything from energy-efficient gadgets to fully electric cars were on display at CES this year. Below are seven Green trends spotted at the 2011 CES show: