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packagingnews.co.uk – January 06, 2011 – Wireless power specialist Fulton Innovation has developed a soup container that heats the contents without the need for a cooker or microwave.
tecnologia.terra.com.br – January 06, 2011 – Internet sem fio já não é novidade para quase ninguém, mas energia sem fio ainda é uma tecnologia muito mais rara. Uma parceria entre a eCoupled, empresa especializada neste tipo de transmissão energética, e a Fulton Innovations está sendo apresentada durante a CES 2011, Las Vegas.
blog.lefigaro.fr – January 06, 2011 – On tombe parfois sur d'étonnants produits, au Consumer Electronics Show de Las Vegas. Voici par exemple ce pot de soupe de poulet aux vermicelles, qui semble tout droit importé du supermarché du coin.
detroit.cbslocal.com – January 06, 2011 – My favorite thing about covering the International Consumer Eectronics Show is seeing all these cool Michigan companies – many of which you never hear of outside their occasional mention in GLITR, but which are often giants in their respective high-tech niches.
Gizmodo.com – January 06, 2011 – Quick free association exercise: What do you think of when I say "wireless power?" My answer, as of twenty minutes ago: a cup of soup cooking instantly when set on a wireless charging surface. While still in its packaging.
beyondthekitchensink.com – January 6, 2011 – A few years ago I witnessed an eCoupled presentation of wireless power. While the underlying tech is nothing new, the execution is probably miles away from what Nikola Tesla imagined. For example, news coming out of CES 2011… food that cooks directly in the packaging… and no, not in a microwave.
dvice.com – January 06, 2011 – The future is definitely going to be wireless, and not just when it comes to data. eCoupled has been figuring out ways to power and charge all of your stuff without wires, from cell phones to laptops to Tesla Roadsters.
engadget.com – January 06, 2011 – Wondering what your future kitchen looks like? Take a gander at what Fulton Innovation is showing at CES this year. They're also giving a peek at the future of retail shopping, and even parking lots. It's all the magic of inductive charging, and now that the Qi standard has been finalized it seems like things are coming together.
technogorilla.com – January 05, 2011 – With "Press Day" winding down, the booths for the Consumer Electronics Show are still under construction at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Within all that action, we were granted early access to the booth from Fulton Innovat
eCoupled™ Technology to Wirelessly Charge an Electric Vehicle and Heat Instant Soup in its Container – Without a Microwave
gigaom.com – January 04, 2011 – Wireless power technology has perpetually been over hyped and under delivered. That isn’t stopping industry groups from continuing to talk about it.
American School & University – December 01, 2010 – KI. The company has partnered with Fulton Innovation, creator and licensor of eCoupled technology—an intelligent wireless power solution that can charge portable devices without traditional power cords. eCoupled provides wireless power management to any applicable furniture surface.