A new space race? Japan can now transmit solar power from space

March 17, 2015 by  
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If you think the idea  of powering the whole world with solar power is still many years away, prepare to be amazed. The inspired minds at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has succeeded in transmitting solar energy  right through the air. Using wireless power transmission may be the best way to gather solar energy from space in order to use it here on Earth. Read the rest of A new space race? Japan can now transmit solar power from space Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative power , fukishima japan , fukishima reactor , japan solar power , japanese solar power , nuclear power , renewable energy , Solar Power , solar power in space , space solar power

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Your Next Dell Could Come with Wireless Charging Capabilities

March 4, 2014 by  
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Dell likes to be first. They were the first to market laptops directly to college freshmen through bro-friendly language , first to ship their computers in mushroom-based packaging , and, if their recent move is any indication, the first to take wireless charging capabilities mainstream. According to a press release, Dell recently became the first major PC manufacturer to support a wireless charging standard by joining the Alliance for Wireless Power  (A4WP). Despite the obvious genius of wireless charging technology, technology makers have been slow to adopt it, and though growing, the number of third-party wireless charging options are ridiculously low. That’s all something that could change with Dell and other A4WP members leading the way. Read the rest of Your Next Dell Could Come with Wireless Charging Capabilities Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: A4WP , Alliance for Wireless Power , dell computers , dell laptops , wireless chargers , wireless charging , wireless charging capabilities , wireless charging laptops        

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Floating Lights Could Illuminate Your House Without The Need For Wires!

August 9, 2012 by  
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Within three years, according to Back To The Future Pt. II , we should have flying cars and hoverboards. We’ve got a lot of work to do before that becomes a reality, but designer Chris Rieger has been working on something that could be levitating in our lives in the near future — lights! Rieger is developing a levitating lamp that could eliminate the need for wires. Read the rest of Floating Lights Could Illuminate Your House Without The Need For Wires! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Chris Rieger , floating lights , LevLight , LevLight project , magnetic levitation , Wireless Power

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Panasonic Introduces Solar Table Concept with wireless power transmission

March 12, 2011 by  
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Garima_goel: The Security Show is a huge exhibition held every year in Japan. As the name suggests, this exhibition includes all the products of the security and safety industry.

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