It’s called the Ring Clock, and is meant to be a time telling device worn on one of your fingers. It allegedly uses “ultra-thin mono-color LEDs” and a “6mAh, ultrathin rechargeable lithium polymer battery” to display the time at the twist of its body. The battery, though small, would be enough to give the ring one week of autonomy. Charging would be done wirelessly, through induction using the Qi standard and would involve nothing more than placing it on a charging plate.
Apple hasn't given up on wireless charging for the iPhone yet Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com In public Apple has never had many positive words to say about the state of wireless phone charging but a patent filed by the company and published this week suggests that its engineers are busy working on possible cable-free solutions. As Patently Apple reports the document deals mainly with the best ways of polishing and brushing metal but there is a mention of…
Charge your smartphone or tablet like never before using this wireless charging pad. It's compatible with a range of devices and utilizes Qi inductive charging technology which eliminates the need to attach a charging cable.
The Ferrari Millenio is not just any normal beautifully crafted, futuristic super car, the Ferrari Millenio is an electric Ferrari. The vehicle is outfitted with dual electric motors that can be charged in two different ways including an inductive power transfer system and a more standard solar panel system.