Wireless power system shown off

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    Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8165928.stm

    A system that can deliver power to devices without the need for wires has been shown off at a hi-tech conference.

    The technique exploits simple physics and can be used to charge a range of electronic devices.

    Eric Giler, chief executive of US firm Witricity, showed mobile phones and televisions charging wirelessly at the TED Global conference in Oxford.

    He said the system could replace the miles of expensive power cables and billions of disposable batteries.

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    utsav damn busy...

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    lol nice thing but will take atleast 2 decades to get practical use of this technology
     
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    that's great news... But sad thing is, it still needs electricity to 'work'. So even if we get that thing in India it's of no use as load shedding will still be there :p (kidding of course)
     
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