Scientists from Georgia Tech have found a way to reliably harvest the energy from 5G at 28Ghz, overcoming antenna problems that previously required such solutions to be within line of sight of a tower.
For years now, companies have teased the ability to charge devices truly wirelessly, receiving power through the air like your device receives Wi-Fi, but despite new demos from Xiaomi and Lenovo's Motorola last week, you can't buy an air charger yet.
Wireless charging technologies using awkward charging pads are a half-way house to irrelevancy, with Ossia’s COTA system a wireless power revolution.
So the battery is not part of the phone?
The iPhone didn’t “catch” fire. It was accidentally snapped in two and the lithium battery contents mixed and caught fire.
I recently acquired a 5G modem from Telstra. It’s made by ZTE - a Chinese partly state-owned technology company. Go[…]
Sock it to 'em, Sam!
Warthunder is the most despicable game for banning. they introduced "easy anticheat" to all game modes EXCEPT the most popular[…]