The Power Matter Alliance and the Alliance for Wireless Power have announced today that they will be merging into a singular entity in an effort to push market adoption of wireless charging technology
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The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) has announced a new wireless charging standard which would allow manufacturers to bring the capability to bigger devices such as laptops and tablets.
The wireless charging group, Power Matters Alliance, has announced Microsoft has now become a member, just a few weeks after the company joined the rival Wireless Power Consortium.