See the latest buzz about eCoupled.
Treehugger.com (video) – January 11, 2010 – Wireless charging was a popular technology being shown around CES. I stopped to talk with eCoupled, a wireless charging company working to put wireless charging in households and businesses everywhere.
Popular Mechanics – January 10, 2010 – If the size, complexity and staff-size of a booth is any indication, wireless electricity company Fulton Innovation has taken off this year. Add to this a hefty list of partners—from LG to Marriott, Bosch, Energizer and Texas instruments—and it's clear that in the near future, we will see wireless power become even more commonplace.
pocket-lint.com – January 9, 2010 – Wireless power is about to become a lot more consumer savvy, if one company has its way. Rather than offering charging "mats" on which to place your gadgets to charge Fulton innovations, has taken the next logical step and embedded its technology called eCoupled into furniture hidden out of sight. Launching a new offering with Texas Instruments
ohgizmo.com – January 9, 2010 – I wouldn't necessarily say that charging my iPhone with the included sync cable is inconvenient, but I can definitely see the advantage of being able to just drop it on a table to top off the battery.
Las Vegas Sun – January 9, 2010 – Fulton Innovation, a little-known company that is providing e-coupled technology across a wide range of industries, is back at the Consumer Electronics Show this year — and with a bigger booth. Its newest partnerships with companies like Dell, Toyoda Gosei, KI, JW Marriott and B/E Aeronautics provide a much larger platform for showcasing wireless powe
technomoly.com (Video) – January 9, 2010 – A very interesting bit of technology, a wireless power countertop, was shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show. The demonstrators heated water, toasted air and blended water all wirelessly. Having a few of these around the kitchen or the house would be really awesome, or on the bar.
Computerworld – January 8, 2010 – The group developing a standard for wireless charging expects to complete its first specification within six months, opening the door for makers of cell phones, digital cameras and other devices to bring compatible products to market.
The Irish Times – January 8, 2010 – Products that charge your phone, MP3 player or games console wirelessly by simply dropping them onto a mat that is plugged into the mains are all the rage at CES.
The Grand Rapids Press – January 8, 2010 – Wireless recharging systems developed by two West Michigan companies could soon enable electric golf carts and electric cars to re-energize without tangled cords or bulky plugs.
Fox Business (video) – January 7, 2010 – Fulton Innovations Director David Baarman and Powermat CEO Ran Poliakine on wireless charging.
Fox News (video) – January 7, 2010 – You've probably heard of the Consumer Electronic Show (or CES), but unless you've been here, know someone who has, or are a gadget freak, understanding electronic heaven can be tough to grasp.
Fulton Unveils Availability of eCoupled™-enabled case-mate Product and Texas Instruments Evaluation Kit.
Fulton Innovation Adds West Michigan Based Gill Industries as New Partner.
Ada, MI – January 6, 2010 – Fulton Innovation (Fulton), the creator and exclusive licensor of eCoupled™ intelligent wireless power, announced its partnership with Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW) today. The agreement with the ITW Appliance Group covers the use of Fulton's inductive power technology for lighting applications in appliances.