The growing number of smartphone thefts, both in the United States and abroad, has prompted manufacturers and software developers to built more resilient security measures. Fujitsu, for instance, recently released the Arrows NX F04G smartphone...
Simple low-power wireless-charging systems, which often operate in an “open-loop” configuration, is acceptable for low output-power levels but becomes inefficient at higher levels, often generating lots of heat.
New standards have emerged that allow for interoperability of charging surfaces and portable devices across different manufacturers, as well as higher efficiency and higher power levels up to several watts.
The Internet of Things is driving wireless connectivity, and wireless bootloading offers many benefits for product development and deployment.