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Motorola Mobility tease wireless charging, will be announced at CES 2012

Motorola Mobility have released a teaser video declaring they will be showing off wireless charging at CES 2012. The video — viewable below — is all CGI which shows a generic Motorola wall-socket USB charger crying, as it’s obviously not going to be used any more. Conductive charging isn’t anything new at all, but it’s always nice to see some cool stuff being done wirelessly. Maybe they can also announce denser batteries? One can dream..

 
Source: Motorola.

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Anabelle
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Anabelle

You people are so mental. It is obviously nothing to do with wireless charging. It has to do with the fact that they are releasing new phones which have longer battery life.

SomeRandomClown
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SomeRandomClown

I think when the article mentioned “conductive” it actually meant “inductive”.
And yes, they have found a way to charge safely without cables – it’s called inductive charging….

Anthonaut
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Anthonaut

Something along these lines perhaps?

Jason Cartwright
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If this is just an inductive charging pad, that’s lame. But if they’ve actually found a way to charge (safely) without cables, then I’m all for it. Very exciting week ahead.

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