By Rick Richardson
Wireless charging can be a great convenience, cutting out the need to carry cords and plugs around in case your phone's battery dies. Today, though, it requires a phone be stationary and in contact with a charging pad.
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Wireless charging at a distance could make life easier not just for people with smartphones, and for drones and electric vehicles, but also for patients with electronic medical implants.
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