The AirFuel Alliance has announced the launch of its first resonance-based smart city ecosystem in Shenzhen City, China. The system is designed to make it easy for Chinese consumers and businesses to stay connected without wires.Read More ❯
Wireless charging technology has been around for a while now, but a new deal to incorporate the technology into Dell equipment should launch it into the mainstream later this year.Read More ❯
Topics: wireless technologies
Battery life is one of the most important considerations when designing wireless products. If it is too short, users will have to charge or change batteries often, leading to frustration and possibly less use of the product. But as well as making sure your battery has enough capacity, you need to make sure your product is using it effectively.Read More ❯
Are you creating a wearable product, but not sure of what wireless technology to choose? The way modern APIs work, developers don’t necessarily need to know the technical details. But having a basic understanding of the underlying technology will help you make apps that are more efficient, more responsive and easier to use.
Which solution is best for your wearable product? This depends on your requirements for bandwidth, power considerations and range. Here’s a brief overview of the 6 most common wireless technologies to consider.Read More ❯