By Rick Richardson
Charging your mobile device wirelessly is undoubtedly less of a hassle than plugging it in, but still requires the device be in physical contact with its charging station actually to work.
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That’s about to change now that the Federal Communications Commission has approved the first wireless charger that works from up to three feet away.